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KINETICS OF NITRATE, AMMONIUM, AND UREA UPTAKE BY FOUR INTERTIDAL SEAWEEDS FROM NEW ZEALAND 1
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It is concluded that intertidal seaweeds in southeast New Zealand are adapted to maximizing N acquisition in a potentially N‐limiting environment.
A test of a functional group approach to detecting shifts in macroalgal communities along a disturbance gradient
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A chronology of key events and figures leading to and from the invention of the determinants of infectious disease and their role in the development and spread in the literature and medicine is provided.
Nitrogen ecophysiology of intertidal seaweeds from New Zealand: N uptake, storage and utilisation in relation to shore position and season
TLDR
Estimates of the amount of N that each species could acquire during a tidal cycle indicated that the high intertidal S. arbuscula had the greatest capacity for N acquisition, regardless of season.
Influence of Ecklonia radiata kelp canopy on structure of macro-algal assemblages in Marmion Lagoon, Western Australia
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The results demonstrate that assemblage structure at local scales, between replicate quadrats, was influenced by density of the kelp canopy just as much as gradients in exposure to ocean swells between reef lines.
Evaluation of the PG-Numeric assay for semi-automated analysis for phosphatidylglycerol in amniotic fluid.
TLDR
The Cobas-Bio adaptation of the PGN test performed well analytically and clinically, and allowed the determination of PG in less than 1 h, and compared favorably with those of the other PG assays for tests of fetal lung maturation.
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