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The pathogen may find growth conditions unsuitable within the host, or the
invader's development may result in a response by the host plant to produce
structural changes or toxins against the invader. There are usually three
components of ...
The folding may be due to compression or tension in the earth's crust, or the
structure may result from the initial dip of beds deposited over and around buried
hills, or from localized uplifts caused by intrusion of salt or shale plugs (see
Cold death, or cell death below 5° C, may result from a general reduction of
metabolic rate as the temperature decreases; if a reaction has a temperature
coefficient (Qw) of two, for example, a temperature decrease from 40° C to 0° C
results in ...
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