J. von Maltzahn1
1J. von Maltzahn
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Over the past century, human activities and their side effects have significantly threatened both ecosystems and resident species. Nevertheless, the genetic patterns of large felids that depend heavily on large and well-conserved continuous habitat remain poorly studied. Using the largest-ever contemporary genetic survey of wild jaguars (Panthera onca), we… (More)
Aqueous Si limits Cu uptake by a Si-accumulating plant via physicochemical mechanisms occurring at the root level. Sufficient Si supply may alleviate Cu toxicity in Cu-contaminated soils. Little information is available on the role of silicon (Si) in copper (Cu) tolerance while Cu toxicity is widespread in crops grown on Cu-contaminated soils. A hydroponic… (More)
Programs have been developed that will accurately display restriction enzyme maps, open translational reading frames and the results of specific searches on a high resolution graphics terminal (Retrographics VT640). Many of our earlier programs have been upgraded to allow online access to GENBANK, the NIH data bank of DNA sequences and also to deal with… (More)