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SummaryIn the past function of mycorrhizas has been examined at the level either of the isolated individual root or of the individual entire plant. It is shown here that ectomycorrhizal mycelial… (More)
Plants can respond to changes in their external environment by making physiological adaptations and by altering their growth patterns. These adaptations are made against an overall developmental… (More)
The suggestion that the two chaetognath species Sagitta setosa and S. elegans were ‘indicators’ of different water masses was first made by Meek (1928), working off Northumberland, and subsequently… (More)
The brown algae represent a group in which multicellularity arose independently. These organisms display many common features of distant groups such as higher plants but there are also some… (More)
Ion fluxes through membrane channels are involved in m any basic plant cell functions, including nutrient uptake, photosynthesis, respiration and responses to environm ental changes. Plants exhibit a… (More)
Several species of marine algae show characteristics of fertilisation which are at least superficially more typical of animals than plants. The most distinctive feature is the liberation of free eggs… (More)