Microbiology. Leaf bacteria fertilize trees, researchers claim.

Microbiology. Leaf bacteria fertilize trees, researchers claim. - PDF Download Free
1MB Sizes 2 Downloads 26 Views

Recommend Documents

Leaf water maintains daytime transpiration in young Cryptomeria japonica trees.
Compared with stem water storage, leaf water storage is understudied although it may be important for alleviating water stress by contributing quickly and directly to transpiration demand. To quantify the relative contribution of stem versus leaf wat

Phylogenetic conservation of substrate use specialization in leaf litter bacteria.
Environmental change will influence the ecosystem processes regulated by microbial communities, including leaf litter decomposition. To assess how microbial communities and their functioning might respond to increases in temperature, we quantified th

Spatial scales of interactions among bacteria and between bacteria and the leaf surface.
Microbial life on plant leaves is characterized by a multitude of interactions between leaf colonizers and their environment. While the existence of many of these interactions has been confirmed, their spatial scale or reach often remained unknown. I

Leaf Extracts of Selected Gardening Trees Can Attenuate Quorum Sensing and Pathogenicity of Pseudomonas aeruginosa PAO1.
An increasing concern on resistance to multiple-antibiotics has led to the discovery of novel agents and the establishment of new precaution strategy. Numerous plant sources have been widely studied to reduce virulence of pathogenic bacteria by inter

Quantifying PM2.5 capture capability of greening trees based on leaf factors analyzing.
As PM2.5 affect human health, it is important to target tree planting in the role of reducing air pollution concentrations. PM2.5 capture capability of greening trees is associated with leaf morphology, while quantitative research is scanty. In this

Limited acclimation in leaf anatomy to experimental drought in tropical rainforest trees.
Dry periods are predicted to become more frequent and severe in the future in some parts of the tropics, including Amazonia, potentially causing reduced productivity, higher tree mortality and increased emissions of stored carbon. Using a long-term (

Characterization saprobic fungi on leaf litter of two species of trees in the Atlantic Forest, Brazil.
We investigated the composition and structure of fungal communities associated with leaf litter generated by Clusia nemorosa and Vismia guianensis that belong to phylogenetically-related botanical families and exist together in a remnant of the Atlan

Gap effects on leaf traits of tropical rainforest trees differing in juvenile light requirement.
The relationships of 16 leaf traits and their plasticity with the dependence of tree species on gaps for regeneration (gap association index; GAI) were examined in a Neotropical rainforest. Young saplings of 24 species with varying GAI were grown und

Perception of photoperiod in individual buds of mature trees regulates leaf-out.
Experimental data on the perception of day length and temperature in dormant temperate zone trees are surprisingly scarce. In order to investigate when and where these environmental signals are perceived, we carried out bagging experiments in which b

Height-related changes in leaf photosynthetic traits in diverse Bornean tropical rain forest trees.
Knowledge of variations in morphophysiological leaf traits with forest height is essential for quantifying carbon and water fluxes from forest ecosystems. Here, we examined changes in leaf traits with forest height in diverse tree species and their r