By James B. Bassingthwaighte
Collage of Washington, Seattle. Physiological study on fractals and chaos. Fractals are items or techniques with multiple-scale houses. For physiologists or mathematicians.
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The 2D fractions analyzed contained hyphal growth/branching factors as had been reported previously (Nagahashi and Douds 2000). 2 ppm), putative adducts, and the percent natural abundance of elements (C13 isotope). 2 The scatter plot distribution of metabolites in the crude exudates that are altered in relative abundance between –Pi and +Pi treatments. Comparisons of the average levels of the detected masses based on absolute intensities of –Pi and +Pi crude fractions were conducted using the Student t-test.
These compounds are elevated in the exudates of plant roots grown under phosphorus (Pi) stress (Nagahashi and Douds 2000; Akiyama et al. 2002; Yoneyama et al. 2007b), and the enhanced exudation of these compounds can increase appressoria formation and therefore enhance the colonization of the host root by AM fungi (Tawaraya et al. 1998). Some of these exuded compounds stimulate elongation growth (Nair et al. 1991; Becard et al. 1992; Scervino et al. 2005; Nagahashi and Douds 2007) which probably allows the fungus to explore the soil at farther distances from the germinated spore.
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