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water and water types

Converging patterns of uptake and hydraulic redistribution of soil water in contrasting woody vegetation types

Edge type affects leaf-level water relations and estimated transpiration of Eucalyptus arenacea

Differences in Aquaporin Levels among Cell Types of Radish and Measurement of Osmotic Water Permeability of Individual Protoplasts

Drought Stress Alters Water Relations and Expression of PIP-Type Aquaporin Genes in Nicotiana tabacum Plants

Above- and belowground controls on water use by trees of different wood types in an eastern US deciduous forest

Mosquitoes in Bromeliads at Ground Level of the Brazilian Atlantic Forest: the Relationship Between Mosquito Fauna, Water Volume, and Plant Type

New technique of air-cooled absorption system to be competitive with water-cooled type and vapour compression systems

Influence of Drought on Mitochondrial Activity, Photosynthesis, Nocturnal Acid Accumulation and Water Relations in the CAM Plants Prenia sladeniana(ME-type) and Crassula lycopodioides(PEPCK-type)

Three types of phenol and p-cresol catabolism in phenol- and p-cresol-degrading bacteria isolated from river water continuously polluted with phenolic compounds

Binding Diversity of a Noncovalent-Type Low-Molecular-Weight Serine Protease Inhibitor and Function of a Catalytic Water Molecule: X-Ray Crystal Structure of PKSI-527-Inhibited Trypsin

Simultaneous CO2- and 16O2/18O2-gas exchange and fluorescence measurements indicate differences in light energy dissipation between the wild type and the phytochrome-deficient aurea mutant of tomato during water stress

Design, development of water tank-type lung phantom and dosimetric verification in institutions participating in a phase I study of stereotactic body radiation therapy in patients with T2N0M0 non-small cell lung cancer: Japan Clinical Oncology Group trial (JCOG0702)

 

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Water, the essence of life, is also a fundamental component of the dynamic Earth system; water participates in nearly every geological process. It alters, sculpts, and creates landforms while wearing ...

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