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Uptake of C14-D.D.T. by river fungi and the effect of D.D.T. on their growth and respiration.
S. A. Dalton
PhD thesis, Biological Sciences.
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tests effectiveness of each chemical control agent on 3 species of pathogenic bacteria. Salmonella choleraesuis, Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Degree of growth is the measure of effectiveness. (viruses, endospore-forming bacteria, mycobacteria, and fungi can also be used). Plant-growth-promoting bacteria and N nutrition. Nutritionally beneficial plant–bacteria interactions (i.e. mutualistic symbiosis) can increase nutrient accessibility, uptake, or both (Bertrand et al., ; Park et al., ).Bacteria that contribute to plant nutrition have positive effects on plant growth and are generally referred to as plant-growth-promoting bacteria (PGPB).Cited by:
Introduction. The carbon isotopic composition (δ 13 C) of plant- and soil-respired CO 2 is often used to infer plant physiological responses (e.g., review by ) and compare the responses of plants and ecosystems to changes in environmental conditions (e.g., ).However, our understanding of the biological mechanisms generating the C isotopic signature of plant and soil respiration fluxes is Cited by: 2. Water demand in Korea has triggered the need for fresh water to be used for agriculture. Agricultural drainage water (ADW) is a way of coping with the growing demand for fresh water for agriculture. In this study, a water quality model (WQM), and an algorithm were used in order to determine the water quality and optimize the water reuse quantity in the Osan stream drain, South by: 1.
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Uptake of CD.D.T. by river fungi and the effect of D.D.T. on their growth and respiration Author: Dalton, S. ISNI: Awarding Body: University of Salford Current Institution: University of Salford Date of Award: Fungal Growth in Soils Bailey, D.J.
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Sphagnum (peat) mesocosm is characterized by bacteria and fungi associations having a beneficial effect for Sphagnum moss growth. Different bacteria of Sphagnum mesocosms, such as methanotrophs, phototrophs, and nitrogen-fixing bacteria, occupy space outside and inside the nonphotosynthetic hyaline Sphagnum cells (Kostka et al., ).
In order to study the effect of light intensity on the expression of toxicity symptoms, plants were cultured under the different light conditions, thereafter their growth and metal uptake and. Chakravarty P, SS Sidhu () Effect of glyphosate, hexazinone, and triclopyr on in vitro growth of five species of ectomycorrhizal fungi.
J For Path –Cited by: The results of modeling with STV dataset, R 2 values changed from (fungi) to (general bacteria) for MLR, from (fungi) to (actinobacteria) for RF, and from (fungi) to (total PLFA) for ANN models.
In modeling with TV data as the input variables, similar accuracy was found compared to the STV : Samaneh Tajik, Shamsollah Ayoubi, Nicola Lorenz.
No effect of light on vegetative growth can be demonstrated. On the malt medium, increased fruiting occurs with increase of nutrient up to 4 per cent, malt, but at higher concentrations fruiting.
Decomposition is the physical and chemical breakdown of detritus (i.e., dead plant, animal, and microbial material). Decomposition causes a decrease in detrital mass, as materials are fragmented, converted to other organic compounds, and ultimately to inorganic nutrients and CO there were no decomposition, ecosystems would quickly accumulate large quantities of detritus, Cited by: 7.
Effect of subsoil compaction and three densities of simulated root channels in the subsoil on growth, carbon gain and water uptake of Pinus radiata. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology Article: D. Headley and N. Bassuk D.
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A characteristic that places fungi in a different kingdom from plants, bacteria, and some protists is chitin in their cell r to animals, fungi are heterotrophs; they acquire their food by absorbing dissolved molecules, typically by secreting digestive enzymes into their environment.
Fungi do not is their means of mobility, except for spores (a few of which (unranked): Opisthokonta. For example, Manzoni et al. (), in their synthesis paper, draw on theory and empirical evidence to highlight how increased CUE (i.e., increased nutrient availability) could delay the mineralization of plant residues by reducing overflow respiration, leading to a build-up of organic N and reduced availability of inorganic N for plant uptake Author: Catriona A Macdonald, Manuel Delgado-Baquerizo, David S Reay, Lettice C Hicks, Brajesh K Singh.
4. Fungal Biofilm Resistance Mechanisms. One of the defining characteristics of biofilms is their increased resistance to antimicrobial agents. Fungi have been reported to be up to fold more resistant to antifungal agents than planktonic free-floating cells, yet this recalcitrance to antimicrobial therapy has yet to be fully elucidated [14, 58, 88].Cited by: Conducting studies on the fungi that are present in the soils of preserved biomes of natural ecosystems is important; such research leads to knowledge regarding the biodiversity of species and to the discovery of new products of importance to human health.
However there is little information about the biodiversity of the filamentous fungi in the cerrado biome of Brazil. -Maintain their slender form by growing only at their tips-When resources are low, growth is slow or may stop entirely-Provide fungi with a large surface area for absorbing nutrients-Elongating hyphae penetrate even further into their environment, encountering new food resources as they go, growing faster and branching repeatedly.
The effect of molluscs on sediment oxygen uptake and nutrient flux was simultaneously examined using 6 treatments representing a combination of temperature (15 and 25 degrees C) and biota (C. Hence, their vulnerability to fungal diseases echoes the experimental findings in rabbits whereby high resistance is conferred by a combination of high temperature and vertebrate-level immunity.
Amphibians can be cured of chrytridomycosis if placed at 37°C .Cited by: Seagrass meadows are ecologically and economically important components of many coastal areas worldwide. Ecosystem services provided by seagrasses include reducing the number of microbial pathogens in the water, providing food, shelter and nurseries for many species, and decreasing the impact of waves on the shorelines.
A global assessment reported that 29% of the known areal extent Cited by:. The Laurentian Great Lakes coverkm 2 and contain the largest total volume of nonsaline water on earth, approximat km 3, which is 21% of the world's surface freshwater (Wetzel, ).Because of their importance as a water supply, in fisheries, recreation, and other commerce, studies on the phytoplankton and algal dynamics in the Great Lakes have been conducted for many Cited by: 7.The dependence of nightly CO 2 efflux on CO 2 uptake was similar for both species, although the response of CO 2 uptake to leaf nitrogen was much steeper in the C 4 species, Amaranthus retroflexus.
Rates of growth and maintenance respiration by whole plants of both species were similar, with both species displaying higher rates at higher leaf Cited by: The maintenance of healthy, productive soils in rangelands is a critical management issue, determining vegetation production, cover, and composition, and the livelihood of over billion people, most of whom live in poverty and directly rely upon the ecosystem services of rangelands for their well-being and survival (MEA ; Reynolds et al.
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