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Fossil flora of the Paleocene Ravenscrag Formation, southwestern Saskatchewan, Canada
The Paleocene Ravenscrag Formation of southwestern Saskatchewan, Canada, is a lignite-bearing clay, silt, and sand unit which, in places, bears abundant, well preserved plant fossils. These sediments conformably ...
Rehabilitation studies on saline land caused by potash mining activity
The salinity at the waste management areas at potash mines is extreme. Saturated brine seeps from the tailings pile and contaminates the surrounding land killing vegetation and affecting soil structure. Conventional ...
Endocytosis of cationized ferritin by soybean (glycine max L.) protoplasts
Protoplasts derived from soybean SB-I suspension cell cultures were incubated in buffered osmoticum containing cationized ferritin (CF) or native ferritin (NF) to demonstrate the process of endocytosis in plant ...
BIOGEOGRAPHY OF HEPTAGENIID MAYFLIES IN SASKATCHEWAN: A MULTIVARIATE ECOLOGICAL STUDY
The distributions of 22 species of heptageniid mayflies (Ephemeroptera: Heptageniidae) in Saskatchewan and west-central Manitoba are described. The distribution patterns of 16 species are examined intensively at 35 sites ...