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Hydrological implications of soil water-repellency in Eucalyptus globulus forests, north-central Portugal
Ethene removal from gas by recycling a water-immiscible solvent through a packed absorber and a bioreactor
Acute toxicity of polar narcotics to three aquatic species (Daphnia magna, Poecilia reticulata and Lymnaea stagnalis) and its relation to hydrophobicity
Enhanced cell aggregation and liver functions using polymers modified with a cell-specific ligand in primary hepatocyte cultures
Influence of microplate material on the sensitivity of growth inhibition tests with bacteria assessing toxic organic substances in water and waste water
Over historic time Hawai‘i's dryland forests have been largely replaced by grasslands for grazing livestock. On-going efforts have been undertaken to restore dryland forests to bring back native species and reduce erosion. The reestablishment of native ecosystems on land severely degraded by long-term alternative use requires reversal of the impacts of erosion, organic-matter loss, and soil structural damage on soil hydraulic properties. This issue is perhaps especially critical in dryland forests where the soil must facilitate native plants' optimal use of limited water. These reforestation efforts depend on restoring soil ecological function, including soil hydraulic properties. We hypothesized that reforestation...
S4 Genome Segment of Baboon Reovirus Is Bicistronic and Encodes a Novel Fusion-Associated Small Transmembrane Protein