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Analysis of nanoparticle delivery to tumours
This Perspective explores and explains the fundamental dogma of nanoparticle delivery to tumours and answers two central questions: ‘how many nanoparticles accumulate in a tumour?’ and ‘how does thisExpand
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Soil changes induced by Acacia mangium plantation establishment: Comparison with secondary forest and Imperata cylindrica grassland soils in South Sumatra, Indonesia
Abstract Acacia plantation establishment might cause soil acidification in strongly weathered soils in the wet tropics because the base cations in the soil are translocated rapidly to plant biomassExpand
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Spatial structures of N2O, CO2, and CH4 fluxes from Acacia mangium plantation soils during a relatively dry season in Indonesia
Abstract We investigated spatial structures of N2O, CO2, and CH4 fluxes during a relatively dry season in an Acacia mangium plantation stand in Sumatra, Indonesia. The fluxes and soil properties wereExpand
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Seasonal changes in the spatial structures of N2O, CO2, and CH4 fluxes from Acacia mangium plantation soils in Indonesia.
Abstract We evaluated the spatial structures of nitrous oxide (N2O), carbon dioxide (CO2), and methane (CH4) fluxes in an Acacia mangium plantation stand in Sumatra, Indonesia, in drier (August) andExpand
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Effects of phosphorus addition on N2O and NO emissions from soils of an Acacia mangium plantation
Abstract An incubation experiment was conducted to examine the effects of the phosphorus (P) application on nitrous oxide (N2O) and nitric oxide (NO) emissions from soils of an Acacia mangiumExpand
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Ultisols of "Lowland Dipterocarp Forest" in East Kalimantan, Indonesia : I. Morphology and Physical Properties
Morphological and physical properties of 35 Typic Paleudults and Typic Hapludults, the major soils of the “Lowland Dipterocarp Forest” in East Kalimantan were investigated. The soil morphology wasExpand
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Phosphorus application reduces N2O emissions from tropical leguminous plantation soil when phosphorus uptake is occurring
We examined the effects of phosphorus (P) fertilization on N2O emissions from an Acacia mangium plantation in Indonesia. We focused on the roles of microbial and plant root activities using aExpand
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Influence of deforestation on the soils of the Pantabangan Area, Central Luzon, the Philippines
Abstract To analyze the influences of prolonged grassland conditions after deforestation on tropical soils, soils under a natural Dipterocarp forest and grassland in Central Luzon, the PhilippinesExpand
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Principal Forest Types of Three Regions of Cambodia: Kampong Thom, Kratie, and Mondolkiri
We enumerated all trees 10 cm or more in DBH with respect to DBH, height, and species identity in 29 circular plots of 20-m radius from Kampong Thom, Kratie, and Mondolkiri Provinces, Cambodia. TheExpand
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Ultisols of “lowland Dipterocarp forest” in East Kalimantan, Indonesia
Abstract Thirty five Typic Paleudults and Typic Hapludults under a Lowland Dipterocarp Forest were characterized for clay minerals, free oxides, cation exchange capacity, and exchangeable bases.Expand
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