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Biological studies on Saldula palustris (Douglas) with emphasis on factors influencing wing pigmentation (Heteroptera:Saldidae)

Mary Wilford Stock

Biological studies on Saldula palustris (Douglas) with emphasis on factors influencing wing pigmentation (Heteroptera:Saldidae)

by Mary Wilford Stock

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Statementby Mary Wilford Stock.
The Physical Object
Pagination[14], 172 leaves, bound :
Number of Pages172
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Open LibraryOL14243544M

The longleaf pine (Pinus palustris) is a pine native to the Southeastern United States, found along the coastal plain from East Texas to southern Maryland, extending into northern and central Florida. It reaches a height of 30–35 m (98– ft) and a diameter of m (28 in). In the past, before extensive logging, they reportedly grew to 47 m ( ft) with a diameter of m (47 in).   Linnavuori, R.E. Studies on the Nepomorpha, Gerromorpha, Leptopodomorpha, and Miridae excluding Phylini (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) of Khuzestan and the adjacent provinces of Iran. Acta Entomologica Musei Nationalis Pragae, 1– Abstract.

  Fluorine-containing compounds are widely used because they have properties required in textiles and coatings for electronic, automotive, and outdoor products. However, fluorinated compounds do not easily break down in nature, which has resulted in their accumulation in the environment as well as the human body. Recently, the enzymatic defluorination of fluorine-containing compounds has gained Missing: Saldula palustris. Director, Natural History Minor Education B.S., , University of Pennsylvania, Geology M.S., , University of Wisconsin Madison, Soil Science Ph.D., , University of Wisconsin Madison, Forestry and Soil Science Curriculum vitae John Pastor received his Ph.D. in Forestry and Soil Science in from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and did post-doctoral research in the Missing: Saldula palustris.

Upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) produces the most widely used natural fibers, yet the regulatory mechanisms governing fiber cell elongation are not well understood. Through sequencing of a cotton fiber cDNA library and subsequent microarray analysis, we found that ethylene biosynthesis is one of the most significantly upregulated biochemical pathways during fiber elongation. The 1. The present study was conducted to study the possible effect of season on blood biochemical parameters of mugger crocodiles (Crocodylus palustris) housed in captivity at Crocodile Conservation Park, Kotmi-Sonar (Chhattisgarh). The blood samples were collected from supra-occipital plexus and/or ventral tail vein (06 adult male crocodiles each) during winter, summer and rainy season.


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Biological studies on Saldula palustris (Douglas) with emphasis on factors influencing wing pigmentation (Heteroptera:Saldidae). Stock MW, Lattin JD () Biology of intertidal Saldula palustris (Douglas) on the Oregon coast (Heteroptera: Saldidae).

J Kans Entomol Soc Beitrag zur Kenntnis der Uferwanzen (Hem. A revised diagnosis of the genus Saldula Van Duzee based upon synapomorphic characters of male genitalia and hemelytral pigmentation patterns is given.

According to this concept ca. 55% of the species World-wide currently assigned to Saldula will have to be transferred to other by: 5. We induce the coating of biocompatible cadmium sulfide (CdS) nanoparticles (NPs) on the living cell surface of a versatile photoheterotrophic bacterium, Rhodopseudomonas palustris.

The photo-induced electrons from the CdS NPs significantly improve the biological nitrogen fixation in pure cultures of R. palus Energy and Environmental Science HOT Articles.

Micracanthia ornatula (Reuter, ) is found for the first time in Nepal and Vietnam, Saldula burmanica Lindskog, and S. palustris (Douglas, ), in Pakistan, and S. pilosella (Thomson. Stock, M. Biological studies on Saldula palustris (Douglas) with emphasis on factors influencing wing pigmentation (Heteroptera: Saldidae).

Ph.D. Thesis, Oregon State University, Corvallis. Stroud, L. & Cooper, A. Color-infrared aerial photographic interpretation and net primary productivity of a regularly-flooded North Carolina salt marsh.

Biological and ecological investigations of islands are crucial to explain ecosystem functioning. Many studies on island biodiversity are carried out on oceanic islands.

In contrast, information on continental islands, such as those in the Mediterranean Sea, is very often fragmented in space and time. Here, a synopsis of the Orchidaceae of Sardinia is presented based on literature surveys and.

The Rhodopseudomonas palustris (R. palustris) PSB06 (CCTCC NO:M), a wild-type stains, as a long-time established BCA, was successfully applied to suppress crop disease and promote plant growth.

In previous study, we found that the PSB06 had good effect on controlling various rice diseases. BIOLOGICAL STUDIES ON SALDULA PALUSTRIS (DOUGLAS) WITH EMPHASIS ON FACTORS INFLUENCING WING PIGMENTATION (HETEROPTERA:SALDIDAE) IN TR OD UC TION This investigation focuses upon variation in wing pigmentation in a population of Saldula palustris (Douglas) on the coast of Oregon.

This insect was selected for study because it exists in dense popula. Development of a genetic tool for visualization of photosynthetic bacteria (PSB) is essential for understanding microbial function during their interaction with plant and microflora.

In this study, Rhodopseudomonas palustris GJgfp harboring the vector pBBR1-pckAPT-gfp was constructed using an electroporation transformation method and was used for dynamic tracing of. The freshwater isopod Paramphisopus palustris is ubiquitous and abundant in the groundwater-fed wetlands of the Swan Coastal Plain around Perth, Western Australia.

Taxonomically, an additional variety (P. palustris fairbridgei) and species (P. montanus) are recognized from geographically outlying localities. Here a bp fragment of cytochrome c oxidase subunit I (COI) mtDNA was. It is rare to find terrestrial nematode lineages parasitizing arthropods inhabiting the intertidal or littoral zone of the oceans.

During an ecological study along the Oregon dunes, an allantonematid nematode (Tylenchomorpha: Allantonematidae) was discovered parasitizing the intertidal shore bug, Saldula laticollis (Reuter)(Hemiptera: Saldidae).

This shore bug is adapted to an intertidal environment and. This page was last edited on 21 Decemberat Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may Missing: Biological studies.

Rhodopseudomonas palustris is an alphaproteobacterium that has served as a model organism for studies of photophosphorylation, regulation of nitrogen fixation, production of hydrogen as a biofuel, and anaerobic degradation of aromatic compounds.

This bacterium is able to transition between anaerobic photoautotrophic growth, anaerobic photoheterotrophic growth, and aerobic heterotrophic growth.

CiteScore: ℹ CiteScore: CiteScore measures the average citations received per peer-reviewed document published in this title. CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a range of four years (e.g. ) to peer-reviewed documents (articles, reviews, conference papers, data papers and book chapters) published in the same four calendar years, divided by the number of Missing: Saldula palustris.

This book contains only the abstracts of the completed studies. For the entire thesis or dissertation, the reader should contact the researcher's university.

Most of the studies have resulted in additional papers or publications which are not listed. These can be obtained. were Notonecta viridis and Saldula Palustris, the latter hitherto unrecorded for the Vice-County of S. Devon.

The saltings yielded Zostera hornemanniana, numerous species of Salicornia, and Spartina maritima as well as S. tozwnsendii. By invitation of Professor J. Caldwell and Professor L. Harvey a. called D. palustris, DP, or Eastern Leatherwood.

"Palustris" refers to a boggy or wetland habitat. A third species was discovered in This species is D. mexicana, or DM. The map below, from Nesom and Mayfield (11), shows the widely disjunct species locations.

DO is located in the San Francisco Bay Area in Alameda, Contra Costa. Information and material biological legacies that persist after catastrophic forest disturbance collectively constitute the ecological memory of the system and may strongly influence future stand development.

Catastrophic disturbances often result in an influx of coarse woody debris (CWD), and this material legacy may provide beneficial microsites that affect successional and structural.Discover Life's page about the biology, natural history, ecology, identification and distribution of Saldula -- Discover Life.Among the described subspecies, a morphometrical study by Humphrey and Setzer separated only two—O.

p. natator from much of Florida (including O. p. coloratus, O. p. planirostris, O. p. sanibeli, and O. p. floridanus, as well as O. p. argentatus) and O. p. palustris from the .