Caitlin A. Kelly

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Anaerobic lake sediment incubated in vitro was investigated for its ability to mimic natural in situ sediment activities, using rate of methane production for the comparison. Two lakes with different rates and seasonal patterns of methanogenic activity were compared. There was good agreement (at the 97.5% confidence level) between rates of in situ methane(More)
Plants produce a variety of secondary metabolites that function as a defense against their natural enemies. Production of these secondary metabolites is genetically controlled, but is also phenotypically plastic and varies in response to both biotic and abiotic factors. Therefore, plant species may vary widely in their chemical defenses and such variation(More)
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