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International Code of Nomenclature for algae, fungi, and plants
This book is intended to provide a jumping-off point for future generations of plant taxonomists to assess the phytochemical properties ofruits and vegetables in the context of E.coli.
Role of melt supply in oceanic detachment faulting and formation of megamullions
Normal faults are ubiquitous on mid-ocean ridges and are expected to develop increasing offset with reduced spreading rate as the proportion of tectonic extension increases. Numerous long-lived
Modes of faulting at mid-ocean ridges
Numerical models of plate separation, dyke intrusion and faulting require at least two distinct mechanisms of fault formation at ridges to explain a large range of fault sizes and orientations.
Bryophyte Biology: Morphology, anatomy, and classification of the Bryophyta
The origin of mosses dates back to the Ordovician and thus that their unique evolutionary history spans at least 400 million years, and phylogenetic reconstructions suggest that three lineages of early land plants compose an evolutionary grade that spans the transition to land and the origin of plants with branched sporophytes.
Self-consistent rolling-hinge model for the evolution of large-offset low-angle normal faults
The nature of the physical processes responsible for the formation of continental and oceanic metamorphic core complexes is widely debated. The controversy focuses primarily on whether the low-angle
Sub-ice geology inland of the Transantarctic Mountains in light of new aerogeophysical data
Abstract The Transantarctic Mountains are a major geologic boundary that bisects the Antarctic continent, separating the low-lying, tectonically active terrains of West Antarctica from the East
Continental and oceanic core complexes
Core-complex formation driven by lithospheric extension is a first-order process of heat and mass transfer in the Earth. Core-complex structures have been recognized in the continents, at slow- and