Manuela Matos

Fernanda Fidalgo1
Hamada AbdElgawad1
1Fernanda Fidalgo
1Hamada AbdElgawad
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We investigated whether cluster formation by noninvasive cells can be explained by a global attractive potential. Indices quantifying the persistence of migration in experimental conditions were compared to the same indexes computed from simulations with a density-based cellular automaton. The results indicate that the attractive potential hypothesis must(More)
One of the major limitations to plant growth and yield in acidic soils is the prevalence of soluble aluminum ions (Al(3+)) in the soil solution, which can irreversible damage the root apex cells. Nonetheless, many Al-tolerant species overcome Al toxicity and are well-adapted to acidic soils, being able to complete their life cycle under such stressful(More)
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