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Studies on the Genus Nephroma II. The Southern Temperate Species
This paper reassesses the southern temperate South American and Australasian species of Nephroma , analyses their chemistry and provides a key to the 14 species and three varieties accepted. N.Expand
PROTECTING SEEDS FROM PRIMATES : EXAMPLES FROM DIOSPYROS SPP. IN THE LOPE RESERVE, GABON
The fruit of six species of Diospyros (Ebenaceae) provide food for eight species of diurnal primates in the Lope Reserve, Gabon. Both succulent flesh and immature seeds are eaten but patterns ofExpand
Studies on the Genus Nephroma I. The European and Macaronesian Species
This paper reassesses the European and Macaronesian species of Nephroma , analyses their chemistry, and provides a key to the 14 species accepted. The investigation employs chemical techniques whichExpand
Distribution of Trypetesa lampas (Cirripedia, Acrothoracica) in various gastropod shells
The distribution of Trypetesa lampas (Hanoock) and its rates of infection of different species of gastropod shells in the waters of Anglesey were studied. T. lampas was found in depths from 3 to atExpand
Dihydrostreptomycin and anaerobiosis: comparison with other antibiotics and its selectivity with regard to obligate anaerobes.
SUMMARY: The sensitivity to various antibiotics of certain facultatively anaerobic bacteria when growing under aerobic or anaerobic conditions was compared. The antibiotics tested were:Expand
The chromosomes of Trypetesa lampas (Cirripedia, Acrothoracica)
Observations were made of the chromosomes of the burrowing barnacle Trypetesa lampas (Hancock). A method of squash preparation was used, which incorporated staining the material in a solution of 2%Expand
Isolation of a non-tumor-inducing mutant of the Ti plasmid of Agrobacterium tumefaciens strain B6.
A nonpathogenic mutant of Agrobacterium tumefaciens strain B6 was isolated and its properties compared with the parental strain in an effort to localize the mutation. Both B6 and its mutant (B6-95)Expand
Evolution and taxonomy of myrmecophytes with particular reference to Myrmecodia and Hydnophytum
Those epiphytes which are inhabited by ants are reviewed; they comprise nine genera in four families. All are tropical and most are from the Far East. They probably all gain mineral nutrients fromExpand
Tumorinduction byAgrobacterium rhizogenes involves thetransfer ofplasmid DNA totheplant genome
ABSTRACT TheDNAfrom tumors ofNicotiana glauca ini-tiatedbystrainsof Agrobacterium rhizogeneswasshowntocontainsequences that arehomologous to the root-inducing (Ri) plasmid ofthebacterium.TwoExpand