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Background and Aims Aerenchyma develops in different plant organs and leads to the formation of intercellular spaces that can be used by the plant to transport volatile substances. Little is known about the role of cell walls in this process, although the mechanism of aerenchyma formation is known to involve programmed cell death and some cell wall(More)
Aposematism is a phenomenon, where poisonous or acrid prey signal their unprofitability to potential predators with conspicuous colouration or some other feature. The mechanisms of aposematism have – excluding a small number of exceptions – been studied from the vertebrate predators’ (especially birds) point of view. In contrast, the possible impact of(More)
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