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Extensive Natural Intraspecific Variation in Stoichiometric (C:N:P) Composition in Two Terrestrial Insect Species
Abstract Heterotrophic organisms must obtain essential elements in sufficient quantities from their food. Because plants naturally exhibit extensive variation in their elemental content, it isExpand
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Journal of Insect Science: Vol. 8 | Article 26
Heterotrophic organisms must obtain essential elements in sufficient quantities from their food. Because plants naturally exhibit extensive variation in their elemental content, it is important toExpand
Geochemical Evidence for Denitrification in a Yellowstone National Park Hot Spring
Introduction: Nitrogen (N) is a key nutrient element for all known forms of life. Microbial metabolisms have evolved ‘recipes’ that require N as well as carbon, C; phosphorus, P; iron, Fe; and otherExpand