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10/24/08 1 Nutrient procurement concepts & terms alimentary tract ammonium autotroph Bacteroides brush border calcium carbon diazotroph ectomicorrhizae endomicorrhizae enzymatic hydrolysis epiphyte Escherichia coli essential amino acid essential fatty acid filter feeder flavonoid fungal hyphae gut evolution heterotroph humus hydrogen hydroponic infection thread legume leghemoglobin macronutrients magnesium micronutrients mineral molybdenum mycelium Mycorrhizae niacin nitrate nitrite nitrogen fixation nitrogenase nutrient deficiency oxygen pantothenic acid parasitic phosphorus potassium Rhizobium riboflavin root nodules
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Unformatted text preview: root hair scurvy sulfur symbiont vitamin A vitamin B 2 vitamin C vitamin D vitamin K BIOLOGY DINING DISCUSSIONS Fall 2008 – Cornell University Monday, 27 Oct. 2008 Guest: Dr. Laurel Southard Room 302AB APPEL DINING HALL 5:45 PM Meeting place: West Entrance to Appel Center at 5:45pm Saturday October 25, 2008 9am-3pm Cornell University Comstock Hall Visit the arthropod zoo! Bet on roach races! “Fish” for aquatic insects! Participate in insect art! Learn about: Mosquitoes and Disease How a bug’s brain works Insects and Plants Insect Film Festival 10/24/08 2 10/24/08 3 10/24/08 4 10/24/08 5...
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