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Let native species take their course: Ambrosia artemisiifolia replacement during natural or “artificial” succession
Abstract Ambrosia artemisiifolia is able to dominate the early stages of vegetation succession in open/disturbed habitats, spreading out into available empty niches, after which it can beExpand
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Mutant p53 protein in serum could be used as a molecular marker in human breast cancer.
p53 wild-type is a tumor suppressor gene involved in DNA gene transcription or DNA repair mechanisms. When damage to DNA is unrepairable, p53 induces programmed cell death (apoptosis). The mutant p53Expand
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More nature in the city
Abstract According to projects and practices that the Italian botanists and ecologists are carrying out for bringing “more nature in the city”, new insights for a factual integration betweenExpand
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Mutant p 53 protein in serum could be used as a molecular marker in human breast cancer
p53 wild-type is a tumor suppressor gene involved in DNA gene transcription or DNA repair mechanisms. When damage to DNA is unrepairable, p53 induces programmed cell death (apoptosis). The mutant p53Expand
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A first checklist of the alien-dominated vegetation in Italy
This study provides a first step toward the knowledge of the alien-dominated and co-dominated plant communities present in Italy. The first ever checklist of the alien phytocoenoses described orExpand
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Glacier shrinkage and slope processes create habitat at high elevation and microrefugia across treeline for alpine plants during warm stages
Abstract The temperature rise at the global level and glacier shrinkage are deemed to induce new dynamics between biotic and abiotic factors, especially in mountain regions. In this work, we aimed toExpand
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