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The exact term — wetwood, is used only once in the original article (Yip et al., 2018). Others have found that water content of heartwood tissue was the best predictor of methane flux across multiple plant species (Machacova et al., 2016; Wang et al., 2017), however this was not a strong predictor of methanogen relative abundance in our analyses. ...


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Keep in mind that microwaves kill organisms via heat, and in particular, heating mainly water. This is contrast to ionizing radiation, for example as obtained from the cobalt used in commercial food radiation. If the pathogen does not contain, or is not sufficiently adjacent to liquid water, or is not sensitive to heat, it may persist. As an explanation, ...


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I can't think of any pathogenic organisms that are completely resistant to the immune system. Some bacteria that cause chronic diseases (e.g. tuberculosis) are relatively resistant, and a handful of viruses (e.g. spumaviruses) are relatively invisible, but the nature of pathogen transmission would mean that completely resistant organisms would spread through ...


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Main function of the salt bridge is to conduct electrons. It should be in such a way that the agar within the PVC pipe from both end should be in contact with anode and cathode. so I would say keep it completely filled for better conduction.


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If you got your flu shots you could say that you got your vaccination, your immunization or your inoculation and you would be correct with all three words. However the words do have different yet overlapping meanings. Vaccination is the act of administering a vaccine. Although the word "vaccine" started with Jenner's cow pox it was expanded by Pasteur to ...


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