Dr. J. E. Hopper

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Immersion of Lilium longiflorum pistils in 49 °C water for increasing durations of 1,2,3, or 4 minutes immediately prior to incompatible pollination resulted in a correspondingly progressive decrease in the stylar self-incompatibility competence, as determined from the lengths attained by pollen tubes during 48 hours growth in the styles at 24 °C. Neither(More)
Biofouling is a process of ecological succession which begins with the attachment and colonization of micro-organisms to a submerged surface. For marine sensors and their housings, biofouling can be one of the principle limitations to long-term deployment and reliability. Conventional antibiofouling strategies using biocides can be hazardous to the(More)
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