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Season, Irrigation, Leaf Age, and Escherichia coli Inoculation Influence the Bacterial Diversity in the Lettuce Phyllosphere
The developmental and temporal succession patterns and disturbance responses of phyllosphere bacterial communities are largely unknown. These factors might influence the capacity of human pathogens… Expand
My Brother's Keeper: Child and Sibling Caretaking [and Comments and Reply]
Children often act as caretakers responsible for other children. Such child caretaking varies widely in its frequency, as well as in the degree of institutionalization, relationship to parental… Expand
Phyllosphere Microbiota Composition and Microbial Community Transplantation on Lettuce Plants Grown Indoors
ABSTRACT The aerial surfaces of plants, or phyllosphere, are microbial habitats important to plant and human health. In order to accurately investigate microbial interactions in the phyllosphere… Expand
FRESHWATER CRABS AND SIMULIUM NEAVEI IN EAST AFRICA. II.FURTHER OBSERVATIONS MADE DURING A SECOND VISIT TO EAST AFRICA IN FEBRUARY-APRIL 1962 (THE DRY SEASON).
A survey of the fauna of streams on Mount Elgon, East Africa, with special reference to the Simuliidae (Diptera)
Summary The stream fauna of Mt Elgon is described from collections taken during a 6-week visit. Collections were mainly made on the cultivated slopes below the belt of montane forest, and although… Expand
Freshwater Crabs of the Nile System
- T. Williams
In 1931 Major S. S. Flower brought together the results of 25 years interest in the Crustacea in his ‘Notes on Freshwater Crabs in Egypt, Sinai and the Sudan’ (Proc, Zool. Soc. Lond.). In doing so he… Expand
Use of salt by elk in Idaho.
- Paul D. Dalke, Robert D. Beeman, Frederic J. Kindel, R. J. Robel, T. Williams
- Environmental Science
- 1 April 1965
The use of salt in the management of Rocky Mountain elk (Cervus canadensis nelsoni) in Idaho was investigated in 1955-60. Salt hunger developed in elk during May after they had been feeding on… Expand