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Taxon-specific oligonucleotide primers for detection of two ancient endomycorrhizal fungi, Glomus occultum and Glomus brasilianum.
A unique oligonucleotide pair, GOCC56:GOCC427, was designed that correctly primed specific amplification of a approximately 370-bp sequence spanning the ITS and 5.8S rDNA regions of Glomus occultumExpand
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Aspects of evaporative water loss in the mud turtles kinosternon hirtipes and Kinosternon flavescens
Abstract 1. 1. Kinosternon hirtipes, a primarily aquatic turtle, consistently demonstrates greater rates of evaporative water loss (EWL) compared to the more terrestrial congener K. flaivscens . 2.Expand
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Taxon-specific oligonucleotide primers for detection of Glomus etunicatum
Abstract The 5.8S subunit and flanking internal transcribed spacer (ITS) regions in nuclear ribosomal DNA (rDNA) from spores of Glomus etunicatum MD107, MD127, TN101, and FL329 were amplified byExpand
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A taxon-specific oligonucleotide probe for temperate zone soil isolates of Glomus mosseae
Abstract The 5.8 S subunit and flanking internal transcribed spacer (ITS) regions in nuclear ribosomal DNA (rDNA) from spores of Glomus mosseae FL156 and UK118 were amplified by polymerase chainExpand
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Specific effects of soybean mosaic virus on total N, ureide-N, and symbiotic N2-fixation activity in Glycine max and G. soja.
Effets du SMV sur les teneurs en N total et en N-ureide, sur la fixation de l'azote, sur l'activite specifique des nodosites chez le soja cultive et le soja sauvage. Recherche de genotypesExpand
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Morphological Homogeneity in the Turtle Sternotherus odoratus (Kinosternidae) Throughout its Range
Multivariate discriminant analysis of 19 morphological characters in S. odoratus re- vealed substantial intrapopulational variation but relatively little divergence among populations throughout theExpand
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Growth and nitrogen fixation activity of soybeans in the presence of bean pod mottle virus.
Pathological and physiological responses associated with the host-microsymbiont interaction of soybeans (Glycine max‘Franklin’, ‘Dyer’, ‘Centennial’, ‘Marshall’, ‘Williams’, ‘Bedford’, and ‘Peking’),Expand
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