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Bromus tectorum in the Intermountain West and Great Plains (USA): Population Variation and Regional Environment Influence the Course of an Invasion
Biological invasions are an important component of anthropogenic global change and are a major source of environmental and economic damage. Future distributions of invasive species are expected to shift as a result of ...
Sieve Element Structure and Function
The distribution of photosynthetically derived assimilates through plants occurs in specialized cells called sieve elements that are connected to each other forming a microfluidic system within the plant. Sieve elements ...
ADVANCED MICROSCOPY IMAGING OF PHLOEM PROTEINS IN ARABIDOPSIS REVEAL INSIGHTS INTO MUNCH'S PRESSURE FLOW HYPOTHESIS
Phloem proteins have been widely regarded as a wound response mechanism. All imagery showing apparent occlusions of this protein at a sieve plate have been dismissed as preparation artifact and ignored. Unfortunately, these ...
A phylogenetic analysis of the genus Mertensia (Boraginaceae): taxonomy, divergence times, and biogeography
This study explores the taxonomy, systematics, and biogeography of