Sars, 1896: Habitus, Gnatopodo 1 (Gn1), Gnatopodo 2 (Gn2
), segun Bousfield & Hendrycks (1995).
Compression tests of GN1 and GN2
scaffolds were performed in wet conditions using PBS solutions by means of a universal testing machine until 75% deformation (10 N load cell at a displacement rate = 0.01 mm/s).
The taxonomic identification of the GN2
was based on 16s rDNA analysis.
The authors soon found, however, that nutrient utilization patterns obtained with Biolog GN2
microtiter plates that best discriminated among isolates from humans and geese with respect to Wyth Lake (the study reported here) were not the same as those that best discriminated between humans and geese in the Silver Lake study.
The same bristle hair stimulation traces were also adequate to identify spikes originating from GN2
. Although this neuron's spike also originates at the point of stimulation and propagates in both directions, it is smaller in amplitude and conduction velocity than GN1 (0.41 mV and 2.6 m/s), and does not appear on our segment 10 recording site (Fig.
Soils in the study site are typically Gn2
.15 according to Northcote (1979).
(1996) (1979) (1968) 1 & 2 Yellow Kandosol Uc2.23 Yellow earth 3 Yellow Kandosol Uc2.23 Yellow earth 4 Yellow Kandosol Uc2.23 Yellow earth 5 & 6 Red Kandosol Gn2
.14 Red earth Site A1 Horizon A2 Horizon Depth Texture (A) Structure Depth Texture Structure (mm) (mm) 1 & 2 150 LS Massive 700 LS Massive 3 250 LS Massive 650 LS Massive 4 150 LS Massive 1000 LS Massive 5 & 6 150 LS Massive 300 SL Massive (A) See McDonald et al.
Location of soil collection sites in south-western Australia (SWA), soil classification, and some properties of the <2mm fraction of the top 10 cm soil that was used for the glasshouse experiment Soil Location Soil Soil in WA(A) code(A) classification Great Soil Group(B) Northcote(C) 1 Merredin Kell 4 Red duplex soil Dr4.82 2 Karridale DP 6 Red earth Gn2
.11 3 S.