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Light sensing in plant- and rock-associated black fungi.
Corpus ID: 214101519
Fungi that share light-flooded habitats with phototrophs may profit from their excess photosynthetic products. But to cope with…
Hidden diversity in waterfall environments: The genus Acrorbis (Gastropoda: Planorbidae) from the Upper-Paraná Atlantic Forest
Juana G. Peso
Corpus ID: 198134177
High-energy freshwater environments such as rapids and waterfalls in the Upper-Paraná Atlantic Forest are home to highly endemic…
K. petricola and its melanin-deficient mutant: two ways to dissolve olivine
Corpus ID: 136376731
Soil formation on rock surfaces is intrinsically coupled to primary microbial colonisation of the atmosphere-lithosphere…
Black microcolonial fungi as deteriogens of two famous marble statues in Florence, Italy
Corpus ID: 55153026
Abstract Blackened areas on outdoor marble statues are a significant esthetic problem due to the presence of deteriorating agents…
Haemostatic and immune role of cellular clotting in the sipunculan Themiste petricola
Elida M. C. Álvarez
Cell and Tissue Research
Corpus ID: 462666
Sipunculans, a small phylum of coelomated marine worms closely related to polychaete annelids, lack a true circulatory system. We…
The ultrastructure of Heleopera petricola an agglutinate soil amoeba; with comments on feeding and silica deposition.
C. G. Ogden
European journal of protistology
Corpus ID: 36892203
The ultrastructure of H. petricola is described from cultured specimens. Siliceous shell plates are bound by a continuous layer…
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