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The cap of the primary root of maize produces several thousand border cells that are shed from the outside of the cap each day. Border cell production is important in the penetration of soil by roots, and in influencing the activity of both beneficial and pathogenic organisms in the rhizosphere....
RAPD variation was examined in nine populations of Campanula microdonta Koidz., endemic to the Izu Islands, Japan. Ninety-eight bands were obtained for all populations, 94% of which were polymorphic at least within a population. Shannon's H values were calculated; these have frequently been used...
Our goal was to construct a simple muskmelon phenology model that could be run with easily obtainable weather station data and used by growers to quantify phenological development and aid in projecting harvest dates. A growth chamber experiment was conducted with two cultivars of muskmelon...
Recently, global and some regional observations of soil carbon stocks and turnover times have implied that warming may not deplete soil carbon as much as predicted by ecosystem models. The proposed explanation is that microbial respiration of carbon in ‘old’ mineral pools is accelerated less...
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