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The survey was extended to include cryptogams and surface soil characteristics.
In the United States, cryptogam species are common in the Arctic and boreal North, the Pacific Northwest, the upper Midwest, and northern New England where suitable climatic conditions prevail (Walker, 1995; Longton, 1997; Bedford and Godwin, 2003).
Cryptogams (mosses, lichens, liverworts) are abundant in the pastures and appear to make a substantial contribution to surface soil protection.
In cryptogam tundra, the peat is the result of the growth and accumulation of bryophytes together with cyanobacteria, algae, diatoms, and, occasionally, lichens.
Generally, expectations are that, at equilibrium, the ratio of the erosion rates for cryptogam covered and completely bare soil surfaces ([C.
coli (commonly known as Travelers' Diarrhea) and has another product, CryptoGAM, in clinical trials to prevent cryptosporidiosis in AIDS patients.
Myco-photobiontal selection in a Mediterranean cryptogam community with Fulgensia fulgida New Phytologist 153:317-326.
Cryptogam cover and physical and micromorphological properties.
Other news: In a revision to a previously disclosed clinical trial progress goal, ImmuCell announced that it expects to have results from a Phase I/II prophylactic clinical trial of its product, CryptoGAM, by the second quarter of 1996.
ImmuCell has another product, CryptoGAM, in clinical trials to prevent cryptosporidiosis in AIDS patients.
Cryptogam species composition on decaying logs in the Duke Forest (North Carolina, USA; 36 [degrees] N, 79 [degrees] W) appears to be strongly related to the species of the log and to the presence or absence of bark (S.
NASDAQ/ICCC, BSE/IMU) today announced that it has reacquired the marketing rights to CryptoGAM from Univax Biologics Inc.