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A fungus among us: broad patterns of endophyte distribution in the grasses.
Plant-associated microbes have been increasingly recognized for influencing host populations, plant communities, and even herbivores and predators. Thus, understanding factors that affect theExpand
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Ant–Aphid Interactions: Are Ants Friends, Enemies, or Both?
Abstract Interactions between ants and aphids range from mutualistic to antagonistic. Understanding the ecological basis for such interactions requires understanding the costs and benefits to theExpand
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Meristem growth dynamics and branching patterns in the Cladoniaceae.
  • S. Hammer
  • Biology, Medicine
  • American journal of botany
  • 2000
Branching patterns in the lichen family Cladoniaceae are varied and taxonomically important. Branching occurs on the podetium, the erect secondary thallus that characterizes most species in theExpand
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Lateral growth patterns in the Cladoniaceae.
  • S. Hammer
  • Biology, Medicine
  • American journal of botany
  • 1 May 2001
Lateral growth from the apex of vertical structures is widespread in cladoniiform lichens. In the family Cladoniaceae, it is accomplished through a developmental shift in the meristem, in whichExpand
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An ecohydrological stream type classification of intermittent and ephemeral streams in the southwestern United States
Abstract An ecohydrological stream type classification was developed to improve decision making for ephemeral and intermittent streams at four military reservations in the southwestern U.S.: FortExpand
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An Ecohydrological Approach to Managing Intermittent and Ephemeral Streams on Department of Defense Lands in the Southwestern United States
Abstract : The objective of this project was to develop an ecohydrologically-based stream type classification and methodology for four military reservations in the southwestern United StatesExpand
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Oases of the future? Springs as potential hydrologic refugia in drying climates
C change predictions in some waterlimited regions, such as the southwestern US and central Australia, forecast increasing aridity and longer, hotter, and more frequent drought events (Chiew et al.Expand
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