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differential species


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differential species

differential species

differential species

differential species

Differential consumption of four aphid species by four lady beetle species

Differential expression of proteolytic enzymes in endosymbiont-harboring Crithidia species

Differential responses in sympatric tree species exposed to waterlogging

Effect of marine animal excretions on differential growth of phytoplankton species

Differential Susceptibility of Two Species of Macaques to Experimental Vaginal Candidiasis

Differential transcriptional regulation of sulfur assimilation gene homologues in the Saccharomyces carlsbergensis yeast species hybrid

Microbial interactions and differential protein expression in Staphylococcus aureus–Candida albicans dual-species biofilms

Live and lyophilized Lactobacillus species elicit differential immunomodulatory effects on immune cells

Differential divergences of obligately insect-pathogenic Entomophthora species from fly and aphid hosts

Differential tolerance of UV radiation between Chaoborus species and role of photoprotective compounds

Unexpected Diversity and Differential Success of DNA Transposons in Four Species of Entamoeba Protozoans

Differential ecophysiological response of a major Mediterranean pine species across a climatic gradient

Differential effects of plant diversity on functional trait variation of grass species

P723. Differential DNA flexibility for symbiotic species involved in gastrointestinal symbiotic interactions

Differential production of reactive oxygen species by subsets of human spermatozoa at different stages of maturation

 

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In phytosociology, species that seem to be mutually exclusive in a comparison of two community types, but which examination of other communities reveals are not necessarily characteristic for either community. See also kennarten species.

Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry — Ecology and Conservation.


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