Soil is a massive reservoir of carbon, holding three times the amount of carbon than in the atmosphere. Soil is a massive reservoir of carbon, holding three times the amount of carbon than in the atmosphere.
The results of this study are consistent with the idea that the stress of chronic salinity exposure changes tree leaf shape and function, weakening their physiology and setting in motion processes that lead to death.
Scientists developed a process (or pipeline) that combined molecular probes—a specific chemical that binds to microbes carrying out a particular function—with a method that isolated these cells from their complex community.
The diversity and function of organic matter in rivers at a large scale are influenced by factors, such as the types of vegetation covering the land, the energy characteristics, and the breakdown potential of the molecules.
This study profiled the 24-hour rhythmicity in bile salt hydrolase enzyme activity using simple fluorescence assay and the results showed that this rhythmicity is influenced by feeding patterns of the host.
The ChemSpace Tool, when fully developed, is intended to divide chemical space into three subsets: the detectable space, the identifiable space, and the region that includes compounds that are not detectable or identifiable.