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The latter was selected because in a wide variety of forages it appears to be the most dominant epiphytic LAB (Liu et al., 2012; Pang et al., 2011, 2012; Wang et al., 2017; Zhang et al., 2017).
Analysis of raw material: The fresh material was immediately sampled for the determination of crude protein (CP), crude ash, buffering capacity (BC), and the counts of epiphytic microorganisms.
The influence of humidity, nutrients and light on the establishment of the epiphytic bromeliad Tillandsia guatemalensis in the highlands of Chiapas, Mexico.
Epiphytic algae and littoral phytoplankton were studied in parallel, at the same ten stations in 2005-2015.
The study of elemental composition of epiphytic lichens will allow estimating the environmental quality.
In tropical aquatic ecosystems, floating mats are composed mainly by a mixture of free floating, epiphytic and emergent macrophytes (Bulla et al., 2007).
2012), which particularly affects epiphytic lichens that prefer mature trees, their richness is closely related to primitive (Dymytrova et al.
These soils are formed in places such as cracks, on branches, in tree bark, and in epiphytic associations, and they temporarily delay the organic matter from getting onto the surface of the soil [14].
This review focuses on the elemental composition of several environmental matrices from Siena urban area and control stations (soil, litter, epiphytic lichens, holm oak live foliage, earthworms, and land snails from green areas and roadside; biological crusts, epilithic mosses, and shells, soft tissues, and excreta of stone-dwelling snails from vegetated walls).
Climatic and structural factors influencing epiphytic bromeliad community assemblage along a gradient of water-limited environments in the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico.
Microorganisms such as fungi, bacteria, and viruses are related to the induced systemic resistance in plants, and can be epiphytic (which externally colonize plants) (Hallmann et al.