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Soil Nutrients and Phosphorus: The Molecular View

[Light, electronic music fades in.] [Light, electronic music fades in.] Dr. Barbara Cade-Menun: My name is Dr. Barbara Cade-Menun… …and I am a nutrient cycling scientist… …based in Swift Current, Saskatchewan. Well nutrient cycling is when… …nutrients are taken up by plants and then eventually… …returned back to the soil where they’re broken down again… […]

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This Underground Economy Exists in a Secret Fungi Kingdom

New research has revealed that fungi—you know, like mushrooms—barter and trade with other organisms like little stockbrokers. Basically, there’s a whole economy of nutrients right beneath our feet that we are just uncovering. And yes, it can be pronounced either fun-guy or fun-gee, don’t even start, and their classification has been difficult, to say the […]

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Populations Distribution | Biology | Ecology

organisms may live in flocks herds pears or as solitary individuals or they may cluster around resources such as water holes distribution may vary with time changing with the breeding season for example ecologist recognized three major types of spatial distribution aggregated uniform and random the most common pattern of distribution is aggregated in which […]

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