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FUNGAL-SMALL MAMMAL INTERRELATIONSHIPS WITH EMPHASIS ON OREGON CONIFEROUS FORESTS"
Most higher plants have evolved with an obligatory symbiotic relationship with my- corrhizal fungi. Epigeous mycorrhiza formers have their spores dispersed by air currents, but hy- pogeousExpand
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The Fleas of the Pacific Northwest
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The northern flying squirrel: a mycophagist in southwestern Oregon
Fecal samples were collected over 27 months from the northern flying squirrel (Glaucomys sabrinus (Shaw)), a mycophagist in the Pacific Northwest portion of its range. Nine genera of hypogeousExpand
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Superior vena cava to pulmonary artery anastomosis: an adjunct to biventricular repair.
From May 1981 to September 1995, 38 patients received a superior vena cava-pulmonary artery anastomosis in association with biventricular repair. Patients were divided into four groups on the basisExpand
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Resolving environmental conflict Towards sustainable community development
PART 1. RESOLVING DESTRUCTIVE ENVIRONMENTAL CONFLICT Chapter 1. Approaches to Facilitation Facilitation at the Crossroad A Brief Look at the Facilitation I Practice Chapter 2. Conflict is a ChoiceExpand
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Trees, Truffles, and Beasts: How Forests Function
In today's world of specialization, people are attempting to protect the Earth's fragile state by swapping limousines for hybrids and pesticide-laced foods for organic produce. At other times,Expand
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Food habits of the northern flying squirrel (Glaucomys sabrinus) in Oregon
Digestive tracts of 91 northern flying squirrels (Glaucomys sabrinus) were analyzed for food items; 28 were from northwestern Oregon and 63 from northeastern Oregon. Ninety percent or more of theExpand
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Land-use planning for sustainable development
Foundations of Debate Over Land Use in America Property Rights and Responsibilities Our Economic Model Human Migratory Patterns Human Nature Attempts to Modify Conventional Land-Use Planning ZoningExpand
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Interactions among squirrels, mycorrhizal fungi, and coniferous forests in Oregon
We examined the mycophagy (ingestion of fungi) of squirrels of five genera and eight species in the coniferous forests of Oregon. Data from 644 dietary samples demonstrated that scjuirrels of allExpand
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