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A phylogenetic analysis of the genus Mertensia (Boraginaceae): taxonomy, divergence times, and biogeography
This study explores the taxonomy, systematics, and biogeography 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 ...
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 ...