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A re-examination of the root cortex in wetland flowering plants with respect to aerenchyma.
AIMS We review literature and present new observations on the differences among three general patterns of aerenchyma origin and their systematic distributions among the flowering plants, and weExpand
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Effects of triclosan on seed germination and seedling development of three wetland plants: Sesbania herbacea, Eclipta prostrata, and Bidens frondosa.
Three wetland macrophytes, Sesbania herbacea, Bidens frondosa, and Eclipta prostrata, were exposed (0.4-1,000-ppb nominal concentrations) to the antimicrobial triclosan for 28 d in a flow-throughExpand
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Magnetic Barkhausen noise analysis of stress in steel
Abstract When a changing magnetic field is applied to a magnetic material, the domain walls move so domains aligned close to the field direction grow at the expense of those that are less aligned.Expand
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Effects of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on seedling growth and development of two wetland plants, Bidens frondosa L., and Eclipta prostrata (L.) L., grown under three levels of water availability
To identify the importance of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) colonizing wetland seedlings following flooding, we assessed the effects of AMF on seedling establishment of two pioneer species,Expand
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Triclosan inhibits arbuscular mycorrhizal colonization in three wetland plants.
In terrestrial ecosystems, plant growth, plant community structure, and ultimately the ecosystem services provided by plants are dependent on the presence and composition of below ground arbuscularExpand
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How Abundant are Root-Colonizing Fungi in Southeastern Louisiana’s Degraded Marshes?
Despite earlier notions that fungi are not important in wetlands, it is becoming clear that root endophytes are abundant in wetlands and potentially can influence plant community dynamics. Little isExpand
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The effect of a water gradient on the vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal status of Lythrum salicaria L. (purple loosestrife)
Abstract The mycorrhizal status of Lythrum salicaria (Lythraceae) was assessed under growth room and field conditions. Growth room studies indicated that L. salicaria is facultatively mycorrhizal andExpand
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Stress dependence of ferromagnetic hysteresis loops for two grades of steel
Abstract Residual stress is an essential input into calculations of the remaining life of operational plant. However, many life predictions are inherently conservative because measurements of theExpand
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Dark septate endophyte and arbuscular mycorrhizal status of vegetation colonizing a bottomland hardwood forest after a 100 year flood
Levels of arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) colonization and dark septate endophyte (DSE) colonization were assessed in the vegetation recolonizing a remnant bottomland hardwood forest in north centralExpand
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Phosphorus, arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and performance of the wetland plant Lythrum salicaria L. under inundated conditions
Abstract. The role of arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi in aquatic and semi-aquatic environments is poorly understood, although they may play a significant role in the establishment and maintenanceExpand
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