Bio Library Assignment - One quantified variable number of...

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Christie Lynn Moore 995148095 1W102, Rob C., Due: Jan. 23, 08 Library Assignment Code: 1-95 Steps used to find articles: 1) went to http://www.library.utoronto.ca/gerstein/ 2) clicked on database: “web of science” 3) clicked “general search” 4) entered key words: “fungus-farming ants” into the topics category 5) looked for and found relevant articles Article 1: Reynolds, H., and Currie, C. 2004. Pathogenicity of Escovopsis weberi: The parasite of the attine ant-microbe symbiosis directly consumes the ant-cultivated fungus. Mycologia, 96(5): 955-959. Name: Pathogenicity of Escovopsis weberi: The parasite of the attine ant-microbe symbiosis directly consumes the ant-cultivated fungus. UT Library Location: UTS, UTM, Noranda, and electronically One organism being studied: Atta colombica, commonly known as leaf-cutter ants Study conducted: in a laboratory, mathematical models were done
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Unformatted text preview: One quantified variable: number of leaf pieces reached Peer-review evidence: There is and acknowledgement section at the and in this section it thanks a list of people thanking them for their review. Article 2: Samson, P. 2007. Farming practices for managing Inopus rubriceps (Macquart) (Diptera: Stratiomyidae) in sugarcane in Australia. Crop Protection, 26: 983-990. Name: Farming practices for managing Inopus rubriceps (Macquart) (Diptera: Stratiomyidae) in sugarcane in Australia UT Library Location: electronically One organism being studied: Inopus rubriceps, commonly known as the sugarcane soldier fly Study conducted: field experiment, math One quantified variable: amount of reduced sugarcane Peer-review evidence: There is and acknowledgement section at the and in this section it thanks a list of people thanking them for their review....
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