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Data and software code from two long-term experiments (1996-2011 and 2005-2018) at three sites on the Colorado Plateau of North America
These data were compiled to examine how climate change affects biocrust recovery from both physical and climate-induced disturbance. Objective(s) of our study were to uncover the trajectory of biological soil crust communities and soil stability following disturbance and under warming. These data represent biological soil crust surveys under 5 treatments at three sites. These data were collected at three sites: Arches National Park, Canyonlands National Park and Castle Valley. Data collection for a physical disturbance experiment where annual human-trampling occurred at the sites in Arches and Canyonlands began in 1996 and was concluded in 2018. Data collection for a 13-year full-factorial in situ climate manipulation...
Sensitivity of digoxigenin and biotin labelled probes for detection of human papillomavirus by in situ hybridisation.
Detection of avian infectious bronchitis viral infection using in situ hybridization and recombinant DNA.
Detection of infectious bursal disease viruses using in situ hybridization and non-radioactive probes.
Transcriptional activation of bovine leukemia virus in blood cells from experimentally infected, asymptomatic sheep with latent infections.
In situ hybridization: An optimised detection protocol for a biotinylated DNA probe renders it more sensitive than a comparable super(35)S-labelled probe.
Avian nephroblastomas induced by a retrovirus (MAV-2) lacking oncogene. III. Presence of defective MAV-2 proviruses in tumour DNA.