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    1. Armesto, JJ; Diaz, I; Papic, C; Willson, MF
      Seed rain of fleshy and dry propagules in different habitats in the temperate rainforests of Chiloe Island, Chile

      AUSTRAL ECOLOGY
    2. Roe, JD; Haugland, RA; Vesper, SJ; Wymer, LJ
      Quantification of Stachybotrys chartarum conidia in indoor dust using realtime, fluorescent probe-based detection of PCR products

      JOURNAL OF EXPOSURE ANALYSIS AND ENVIRONMENTAL EPIDEMIOLOGY
    3. Skinner, R; Sheldon, F; Walker, KF
      Propagules in dry wetland sediments as indicators of ecological health: Effects of salinity

      REGULATED RIVERS-RESEARCH & MANAGEMENT
    4. Diagne, O; Ingleby, K; Deans, JD; Lindley, DK; Diaite, I; Neyra, M
      Mycorrhizal inoculum potential of soils from alley cropping plots in Senegal

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    5. Laaka-Lindberg, S
      Biomass allocation to sexual and asexual reproduction in a leafy hepatic Lophozia silvicola Buch

      JOURNAL OF BRYOLOGY
    6. Martin, J; Bereau, M; Louisanna, E; Ocampo, JA
      Arbuscular mycorrhizas in Dicorynia guianensis and Eperua falcata trees from primary tropical rain forest of French Guiana

      SYMBIOSIS
    7. Moustafa, TA; Badenes, ML; Martinez-Calvo, J; Llacer, G
      Determination of resistance to sharka (plum pox) virus in apricot

      SCIENTIA HORTICULTURAE
    8. Delgado, P; Hensel, PF; Jimenez, JA; Day, JW
      The importance of propagule establishment and physical factors in mangrovedistributional patterns in a Costa Rican estuary

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    9. Dudgeon, S; Kubler, JE; Wright, WA; Vadas, RL; Petraitis, PS
      Natural variability in zygote dispersal of Ascophyllum nodosum at small spatial scales

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    10. Stieglitz, T; Ridd, PV
      Trapping of mangrove propagules due to density-driven secondary circulation in the Normanby River estuary, NE Australia

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    11. Menzies, MI; Holden, DG; Klomp, BK
      Recent trends in nursery practice in New Zealand

      NEW FORESTS
    12. Ren, P; Jankun, TM; Belanger, K; Bracken, MB; Leaderer, BP
      The relation between fungal propagules in indoor air and home characteristics

      ALLERGY
    13. Staddon, PL; Fitter, AH
      The differential vitality of intraradical mycorrhizal structures and its implications

      SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
    14. Iken, K; Amsler, CD; Greer, SR; McClintock, JB
      Qualitative and quantitative studies of the swimming behaviour of Hincksiairregularis (Phaeophyceae) spores: ecological implications and parameters for quantitative swimming assays

      PHYCOLOGIA
    15. Cousyn, C; De Meester, L; Colbourne, JK; Brendonck, L; Verschuren, D; Volckaert, F
      Rapid, local adaptation of zooplankton behavior to changes in predation pressure in the absence of neutral genetic changes

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    16. Clarke, PJ; Kerrigan, RA; Westphal, CJ
      Dispersal potential and early growth in 14 tropical mangroves: do early life history traits correlate with patterns of adult distribution?

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    17. Berggren, A
      Colonization success in Roesel's bush-cricket Metrioptera roeseli: The effects of propagule size

      ECOLOGY
    18. Sussmann, AV; DeWreede, RE
      Life history of Acrosiphonia (Codiolales, Chlorophyta) in southwestern British Columbia, Canada

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    19. Pieckova, E; Samson, RA
      Heat resistance of Paecilomyces variotii in sauce and juice

      JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MICROBIOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLOGY
    20. Boubriak, I; Dini, M; Berjak, P; Osborne, DJ
      Desiccation and survival in the recalcitrant seeds of Avicennia marina: DNA replication, DNA repair and protein synthesis

      SEED SCIENCE RESEARCH
    21. Calistru, C; McLean, M; Pammenter, NW; Berjak, P
      The effects of mycofloral infection on the viability and ultrastructure ofwet-stored recalcitrant seeds of Avicennia marina (Forssk.) Vierh.

      SEED SCIENCE RESEARCH
    22. Meyer, UM; Dewey, FM
      Efficacy of different immunogens for raising monoclonal antibodies to Botrytis cinerea

      MYCOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    23. Mari, M; Cembali, T; Casalini, L; Pratella, GC
      Mucor species in orchard soil - population dynamics and pathogenicity on pear fruit

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY
    24. Spencer, DF; Ksander, GC
      Interactions between American pondweed and monoecious hydrilla grown in mixtures

      JOURNAL OF AQUATIC PLANT MANAGEMENT
    25. Koch, A; Heilemann, KJ; Bischof, W; Heinrich, J; Wichmann, HE
      Indoor viable mold spores - a comparison between two cities, Erfurt (eastern Germany) and Hamburg (western Germany)

      ALLERGY
    26. Jana, TK; Srivastva, AK; Csery, K; Arora, DK
      Agglutination potential of Pseudomonas fluorescens in relation to energy stress and colonization of Macrophomina phaseolina

      SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
    27. Fracchia, S; Garcia-Romera, I; Godeas, A; Ocampo, JA
      Effect of the saprophytic fungus Fusarium oxysporum on arbuscular mycorrhizal colonization and growth of plants in greenhouse and field trials

      PLANT AND SOIL
    28. Forrest, BM; Brown, SN; Taylor, MD; Hurd, CL; Hay, CH
      The role of natural dispersal mechanisms in the spread of Undaria pinnatifida (Laminariales, Phaeophyceae)

      PHYCOLOGIA
    29. Petrova-Nikitina, AD; Mokeeva, VL; Zheltikova, TM; Chekunova, LN; Antropova, AB; Mokronosova, MA; Bilanenko, EN; Sizova, TP
      Mycobiota of house dust in the City of Moscow

      MIKOLOGIYA I FITOPATOLOGIYA
    30. Wu, PC; Su, HJJ; Ho, HM
      A comparison of sampling media for environmental viable fungi collected ina hospital environment

      ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH
    31. Cecere, E; Saracino, OD; Fanelli, M; Petrocelli, A
      Phenology of two Acanthophora najadiformis (Rhodophyta, Ceramiales) populations in the Ionian Sea (Mediterranean Sea)

      BOTANICA MARINA
    32. Thornton, CR; Gilligan, CA
      Quantification of the effect of the hyperparasite Trichoderma harzianum onthe saprotrophic growth dynamics of Rhizoctonia solani in compost using a monoclonal antibody-based ELISA

      MYCOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    33. Pattinson, GS; Hammill, KA; Sutton, BG; McGee, PA
      Simulated fire reduces the density of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi at the soil surface

      MYCOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    34. Brundrett, MC; Abbott, LK; Jasper, DA
      Glomalean mycorrhizal fungi from tropical Australia I. Comparison of the effectiveness and specificity of different isolation procedures

      MYCORRHIZA
    35. Brundrett, MC; Jasper, DA; Ashwath, N
      Glomalean mycorrhizal fungi from tropical Australia II. The effect of nutrient levels and host species on the isolation of fungi

      MYCORRHIZA
    36. Smolinska, U; Horbowicz, M
      Fungicidal activity of volatiles from selected cruciferous plants against resting propagules of soil-borne fungal pathogens

      JOURNAL OF PHYTOPATHOLOGY-PHYTOPATHOLOGISCHE ZEITSCHRIFT
    37. Dales, RE; Miller, D; White, J
      Testing the association between residential fungus and health using ergosterol measures and cough recordings

      MYCOPATHOLOGIA
    38. Stiger, V; Payri, CE
      Spatial and temporal patterns of settlement of the brown macroalgae Turbinaria ornata and Sargassum mangarevense in a coral reef on Tahiti

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    39. Douwes, J; van der Sluis, B; Doekes, G; van Leusden, F; Wijnands, L; van Strien, R; Verhoeff, A; Brunekreef, B
      Fungal extracellular polysaccharides in house dust as a marker for exposure to fungi: Relations with culturable fungi, reported home dampness, and respiratory symptoms

      JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    40. Reddell, P; Gordon, V; Hopkins, MS
      Ectomycorrhizas in Eucalyptus tetrodonta and E-miniata forest communities in tropical northern Australia and their role in the rehabilitation of these forests following mining

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    41. Fontenla, S; Garcia-Romera, I; Ocampo, JA
      Negative influence of non-host plants on the colonization of Pisum sativumby the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Glomus mosseae

      SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
    42. Lotze, HK; Schramm, W; Schories, D; Worm, B
      Control of macroalgal blooms at early developmental stages: Pilayella littoralis versus Enteromorpha spp.

      OECOLOGIA
    43. Graham, MH
      Identification of kelp zoospores from in situ plankton samples

      MARINE BIOLOGY
    44. Amsler, CD; Shelton, KL; Britton, CJ; Spencer, NY; Greer, GP
      Nutrients do not influence swimming behavior or settlement rates of Ectocarpus siliculosus (Phaeophyceae) spores

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    45. Santelices, B; Aedo, D
      Evaluating substances that facilitate algal spore adhesion

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    46. Kendrick, GA; Lavery, PS; Phillips, JC
      Influence of Ecklonia radiata kelp canopy on structure of macro-algal assemblages in Marmion Lagoon, Western Australia

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    47. Jolicoeur, M; Williams, RD; Chavarie, C; Fortin, JA; Archambault, J
      Production of Glomus intraradices propagules, an arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus, in an airlift bioreactor

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    48. DUKE NC; BALL MC; ELLISON JC
      FACTORS INFLUENCING BIODIVERSITY AND DISTRIBUTIONAL GRADIENTS IN MANGROVES

      Global ecology and biogeography letters
    49. Teal, TH; Guillemette, T; Chapman, M; Margulis, L
      Acronema sippewissettensis gen nov sp nov, microbial mat bicosoecid (Bicosoecales = Bicosoecida)

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PROTISTOLOGY
    50. SAINTILAN N
      RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN HEIGHT AND GIRTH OF MANGROVES AND SOIL-WATER CONDITIONS IN THE MARY AND HAWKESBURY RIVER ESTUARIES, EASTERN AUSTRALIA

      Australian journal of ecology
    51. AN ZQ; GUO BZ; HENDRIX JW
      VIABILITY OF SOILBORNE SPORES OF GLOMALEAN MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI

      Soil biology & biochemistry
    52. MONDAL SN; HYAKUMACHI M
      CARBON LOSS AND GERMINABILITY, VIABILITY, AND VIRULENCE OF CHLAMYDOSPORES OF FUSARIUM-SOLANI F-SP. PHASEOLI AFTER EXPOSURE TO SOIL AT DIFFERENT PH LEVELS, TEMPERATURES, AND MATRIC POTENTIALS

      Phytopathology
    53. MOYERSOEN B; FITTER AH; ALEXANDER IJ
      SPATIAL-DISTRIBUTION OF ECTOMYCORRHIZAS AND ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAS INKORUP NATIONAL-PARK RAIN-FOREST, CAMEROON, IN RELATION TO EDAPHIC PARAMETERS

      New phytologist
    54. STRUNNIKOVA OK; SHAKHNAZAROVA VY; VISHNEVSKAYA NA; MUROMTSEV GS
      EMPLOYMENT OF MEMBRANE FILTERS AND IMMUNOFLUORESCENT STAINING IN INVESTIGATIONS OF SOIL MICROMYCETES

      Mikologia i fitopatologia
    55. Polyanskaya, LM; Golovchenko, AV; Zvyagintsev, DG
      Determination of the viability of fungal spores and mycelium in soil

      MICROBIOLOGY
    56. PIECKOVA E; JESENSKA Z
      MOLDS ON HOUSE WALLS AND THE EFFECT OF THEIR CHLOROFORM-EXTRACTABLE METABOLITES ON THE RESPIRATORY CILIA MOVEMENT OF ONE-DAY-OLD CHICKS IN-VITRO

      Folia microbiologica
    57. QI MQ; SCARRATT JB
      EFFECT OF HARVESTING METHOD ON SEED BANK DYNAMICS IN A BOREAL MIXEDWOOD FOREST IN NORTHWESTERN ONTARIO

      Canadian journal of botany
    58. GOULD AB; HENDRIX JW
      RELATIONSHIP OF MYCORRHIZAL ACTIVITY TO TIME FOLLOWING RECLAMATION OFSURFACE MINE LAND IN WESTERN KENTUCKY - II - MYCORRHIZAL FUNGAL COMMUNITIES

      Canadian journal of botany
    59. TOGASHI T; MOTOMURA T; ICHIMURA T
      GAMETE DIMORPHISM IN BRYOPSIS-PLUMOSA PHOTOTAXIS, GAMETE MOTILITY ANDPHEROMONAL ATTRACTION

      Botanica marina
    60. SEELEY SD; AYANOGLU H; FRISBY JW
      PEACH SEEDLING EMERGENCE AND GROWTH IN RESPONSE TO ISOTHERMAL AND CYCLED STRATIFICATION TREATMENTS REVEAL 2 DORMANCY COMPONENTS

      Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science
    61. VERHOEFF AP; BURGE HA
      HEALTH RISK ASSESSMENT OF FUNGI IN-HOME ENVIRONMENTS

      Annals of allergy, asthma, & immunology
    62. MOTETE N; PAMMENTER NW; BERJAK P; FREDERIC JC
      RESPONSE OF THE RECALCITRANT SEEDS OF AVICENNIA-MARINA TO HYDRATED STORAGE - EVENTS OCCURRING AT THE ROOT PRIMORDIA

      Seed science research
    63. RASHID A; AHMED T; AYUB N; KHAN AG
      EFFECT OF FOREST-FIRE ON NUMBER, VIABILITY AND POSTFIRE REESTABLISHMENT OF ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAE

      Mycorrhiza
    64. MYERS SP; FOLEY ME; NICHOLS MB
      DEVELOPMENTAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN GERMINATING AFTER-RIPENED AND DORMANT EXCISED AVENA-FATUA L EMBRYOS

      Annals of botany
    65. SPENCER DF; RYAN FJ; KSANDER GG
      CONSTRUCTION COSTS FOR SOME AQUATIC PLANTS

      Aquatic botany
    66. MATHERON ME; PORCHAS M; MATEJKA JC
      DISTRIBUTION AND SEASONAL POPULATION-DYNAMICS OF PHYTOPHTHORA-CITROPHTHORA AND PHYTOPHTHORA-PARASITICA IN ARIZONA-CITRUS ORCHARDS AND EFFECT OF FUNGICIDES ON TREE HEALTH

      Plant disease
    67. KAEHLER S; WILLIAMS GA
      DO FACTORS INFLUENCING RECRUITMENT ULTIMATELY DETERMINE THE DISTRIBUTION AND ABUNDANCE OF ENCRUSTING ALGAE ON SEASONAL TROPICAL SHORES

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    68. PASANEN P; KORPI A; KALLIOKOSKI P; PASANEN AL
      GROWTH AND VOLATILE METABOLITE PRODUCTION OF ASPERGILLUS VERSICOLOR IN-HOUSE DUST

      Environment international
    69. SPENCER DF; KSANDER GG
      DILUTE ACETIC-ACID EXPOSURE ENHANCES ELECTROLYTE LEAKAGE BY HYDRILLA-VERTICILLATA AND POTAMOGETON PECTINATUS TUBERS

      Journal of aquatic plant management
    70. ABELSON A; DENNY M
      SETTLEMENT OF MARINE ORGANISMS IN FLOW

      Annual review of ecology and systematics
    71. SCHMIDT O; DOUBE BM; RYDER MH; KILLHAM K
      POPULATION-DYNAMICS OF PSEUDOMONAS-CORRUGATA 2140R LUX8 IN EARTHWORM FOOD AND IN EARTHWORM CASTS

      Soil biology & biochemistry
    72. DOUBE BM; SCHMIDT O; KILLHAM K; CORRELL R
      INFLUENCE OF MINERAL SOIL ON THE PALATABILITY OF ORGANIC-MATTER FOR LUMBRICID EARTHWORMS - A SIMPLE FOOD PREFERENCE STUDY

      Soil biology & biochemistry
    73. BENDAVIDVAL R; RABINOWITCH HD; KATAN J; KAPULNIK Y
      VIABILITY OF VA-MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI FOLLOWING SOIL SOLARIZATION AND FUMIGATION

      Plant and soil
    74. THORNTON CR; DEWEY FM; GILLIGAN CA
      PRODUCTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODY RAISED AGAINST SURFACE-ANTIGENS FROM MYCELIUM OF GAEUMANNOMYCES-GRAMINIS VAR TRITICI - EVIDENCE FOR AN EXTRACELLULAR POLYPHENOL OXIDASE

      Phytopathology
    75. PATTINSON GS; MCGEE PA
      HIGH-DENSITIES OF ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI MAINTAINED DURING LONGFALLOWS IN SOILS USED TO GROW COTTON EXCEPT WHEN SOIL IS WETTED PERIODICALLY

      New phytologist
    76. FIGUEIREDO MADO; NORTON TA; KAIN JM
      SETTLEMENT AND SURVIVAL OF EPIPHYTES ON 2 INTERTIDAL CRUSTOSE CORALLINE ALGA

      Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology
    77. FLANNIGAN B
      AIR SAMPLING FOR FUNGI IN INDOOR ENVIRONMENTS

      Journal of aerosol science
    78. STEWARD KK
      INFLUENCE OF PHOTOPERIOD ON TUBER PRODUCTION IN VARIOUS RACES OF HYDRILLA (HYDRILLA-VERTICILLATA)

      Hydrobiologia
    79. PEREZGONZALEZ S
      GENOTYPIC DIFFERENTIATION IN TEMPERATURE REQUIREMENTS FOR STRATIFICATION IN SUBTROPICAL PEACH SEEDS

      HortScience
    80. KENDRICK GA; BREARLEY A
      INFLUENCE OF SARGASSUM SPP. ATTACHED TO RHODOLITHS ON SAMPLING EFFORTAND DEMOGRAPHIC-ANALYSES OF SARGASSUM SPP. (SARGASSACEAE, PHAEOPHYTA)ATTACHED TO A REEF

      Botanica marina
    81. KENDRICK GA; BURT JS
      SEASONAL-CHANGES IN EPIPHYTIC MACROALGAE ASSEMBLAGES BETWEEN OFFSHOREEXPOSED AND INSHORE PROTECTED POSIDONIA-SINUOSA CAMBRIDGE-ET-KUO-SEAGRASS-MEADOWS, WESTERN-AUSTRALIA

      Botanica marina
    82. CREED JC; NORTON TA; HARDING SP
      THE DEVELOPMENT OF SIZE STRUCTURE IN A YOUNG FUCUS-SERRATUS POPULATION

      European journal of phycology
    83. SIDDIQUI ZA; MAHMOOD I
      BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL OF HETERODERA-CAJANI AND FUSARIUM-UDUM ON PIGEONPEA BY GLOMUS-MOSSEAE, TRICHODERMA-HARZIANUM, AND VERTICILLIUM-CHLAMYDOSPORIUM

      Israel journal of plant sciences
    84. SHOLBERG PL; HAAG PD
      INCIDENCE OF POSTHARVEST PATHOGENS OF STORED APPLES IN BRITISH-COLUMBIA

      Canadian journal of plant pathology
    85. HAMEL C; DALPE Y; LAPIERRE C; SIMARD RR; SMITH DL
      ENDOMYCORRHIZAE IN A NEWLY CULTIVATED ACIDIC MEADOW - EFFECTS OF 3 YEARS OF BARLEY CROPPING, TILLAGE, LIME, AND PHOSPHORUS ON ROOT COLONIZATION AND SOIL INFECTIVITY

      Biology and fertility of soils
    86. SMITH SM; YANG YY; KAMIYA Y; SNEDAKER SC
      EFFECT OF ENVIRONMENT AND GIBBERELLINS ON THE EARLY GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE RED MANGROVE, RHIZOPHORA-MANGLE L

      Plant growth regulation
    87. ROJA G; HEBLE MR
      INDOLE ALKALOIDS IN CLONAL PROPAGULES OF RAUWOLFIA-SERPENTINA BENTHE EX KURZ

      Plant cell, tissue and organ culture
    88. ADLER MT
      A COMPARATIVE-STUDY ON PUNCTELIA-COLOMBIANA AND PUNCTELIA-STICTICA (PARMELIACEAE, LICHENIZED ASCOMYCOTINA)

      Mycotaxon
    89. ARORA DK; PANDEY AK; SRIVASTVA AK
      EFFECTS OF HEAT-STRESS ON LOSS OF C, GERMINATION AND PATHOGENICITY FROM CHLAMYDOSPORES OF FUSARIUM-OXYSPORUM F-SP CICERI

      Soil biology & biochemistry
    90. BRUNDRETT MC; ASHWATH N; JASPER DA
      MYCORRHIZAS IN THE KAKADU REGION OF TROPICAL AUSTRALIA .1. PROPAGULESOF MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI AND SOIL PROPERTIES IN NATURAL HABITATS

      Plant and soil
    91. BRUNDRETT MC; ASHWATH N; JASPER DA
      MYCORRHIZAS IN THE KAKADU REGION OF TROPICAL AUSTRALIA .2. PROPAGULESOF MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI IN DISTURBED HABITATS

      Plant and soil
    92. ELMQVIST T; COX PA
      THE EVOLUTION OF VIVIPARY IN FLOWERING PLANTS

      Oikos
    93. KOHLMEYER J; VOLKMANNKOHLMEYER B
      FUNGI ON JUNCUS-ROEMERIANUS .6. GLOMEROBOLUS GEN-NOV, THE FIRST BALLISTIC MEMBER OF AGONOMYCETALES

      Mycologia
    94. SANTELICES B; BOBADILLA M
      GASTROPOD PEDAL MUCUS RETAINS SEAWEED PROPAGULES

      Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology
    95. PYWELL RF; WEBB NR; PUTWAIN PD
      HARVESTED HEATHER SHOOTS AS A RESOURCE FOR HEATHLAND RESTORATION

      Biological Conservation
    96. RAO CY; BURGE HA; CHANG JCS
      REVIEW OF QUANTITATIVE STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES FOR FUNGI IN INDOOR AIR

      Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association [1995]
    97. BARNA KS; WAKHLU AK
      MODIFIED SINGLE NODE CULTURE METHOD - A NEW MICROPROPAGATION METHOD FOR CHICKPEA

      In vitro cellular & developmental biology. Plant
    98. SIDDIQI NA
      ROLE OF CRABS IN THE NATURAL REGENERATION OF MANGROVES IN THE SUNDARBANS FOREST OF BANGLADESH

      Australian journal of ecology
    99. SPENCER DF; KSANDER GG
      INFLUENCE OF PROPAGULE SIZE, SOIL FERTILITY, AND PHOTOPERIOD ON GROWTH AND PROPAGULE PRODUCTION BY 3 SPECIES OF SUBMERSED MACROPHYTES

      Wetlands
    100. LIN GG; STERNBERG LDSL
      VARIATION IN PROPAGULE MASS AND ITS EFFECT ON CARBON ASSIMILATION ANDSEEDLING GROWTH OF RED MANGROVE (RHIZOPHORA MANGLE) IN FLORIDA, USA

      Journal of tropical ecology


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