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The Xylariaceae is one of the best-known pyrenomycete families (Ascomycota) and is distributed throughout the world. The majority are wood inhabitants and are prevalent in tropical and subtropical regions. Halorosellinia oceanicum is the most widely distributed in mangroves and can be regarded as truly manglicolous being frequently recorded as the dominant(More)
Members of Xylariaceae (Ascomycota) are recognized and classified mainly on the morphological features of their sexual state. In a number of genera high morphological variation of stromatal characters has made confident recognition of generic and specific boundaries difficult. There are, however, a range of microscopical characteristics which can in most(More)
The diffractometer SXD at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory ISIS pulsed neutron source has been used to record high resolution time-of-flight Laue fiber diffraction data from DNA. These experiments, which are the first of their kind, were undertaken using fibers of DNA in the A conformation and prepared using deuterated DNA in order to minimise incoherent(More)
  • North-Holland, Opal Collaboration, +309 authors G T Zorn
  • 2002
The hfetlme of the B ° meson has been measured with the OPAL detector at LEP A sample of B ° (~s) decays has been obtained using D s g+ (and charge conjugate, where g denotes a lepton) combinations, where the D s was reconstructed in e~ther the q~n-or K*°K-channel The decay lengths of D~-g + combinations were measured using vertex reconstructmn Proper decay(More)
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