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AJBAmerica’s Job Bank
AJBAfrican Journal of Biotechnology
AJBAmerican Journal of Botany
AJBAlsjeblieft (Dutch: Please)
AJBAmt für Jugend und Berufsberatung (German: office for youth and vocational guidance)
AJBAnglo Japanese Brewing Co. (Nagano, Japan)
AJBAssociação Junguiana do Brasil (Portugese)
AJBAsociación Judicial Bonaerense
AJBAustralian Journal of Botany
AJBArthur's Job Base (website)
AJBAssociation des Journalistes du Burkina (French: Journalists Association of Burkina; Burkina Faso)
AJBAlice James Books
AJBAstronomischer Jahresbericht (German)
AJBAssorted Jelly Beans (band)
AJBAmerican Journal of Bioethics
AJBArizona Judicial Branch
AJBArrondissementaal Justitieel Beraad (Dutch)
AJBAmbler Junior Baseball (Pennsylvania)
AJBAgeless Jazz Band (Ithaca, New York)
AJBAbdurajak Janjalani Brigade
AJBAluminum Adjustable Brackets
AJBAlliance Judo Ballancourt (French judo club)
AJBAir Jordan Boots (Nike, Inc.)
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Interspecific nutrient transfer in a tallgrass prairie plant community American Journal of Botany 83:180-184.
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Another test suggested that this difference came not from the delivery of extra pollen, but from the effect of the flowers' orientation on pollen growth, the researchers say in the May American Journal of Botany.
Patterns of resource allocation in wildflower populations of fields and woodsu American Journal of Botany 66:71-79.
The effect boosted pollen production 84 percent compared with unheated plots, the researchers report in the November 2002 American Journal of Botany.
Two species sprouted--moth mullein and a mallow called cheeses (Malva rotundifolia)--the researchers report in the August American Journal of Botany.
Maternal effects at four levels in Senecio vulgaris (Asteraceae) grown on a soil nutrient gradient American Journal of Botany 77:1231-1240.
That tendency may limit how far north an early spring flower can grow, the researchers propose in the March American Journal of Botany.
Pushed down at their centers, blooms with intact fringes required nearly 50 percent more force to dunk, Armstrong reports in the February American Journal of Botany.
Goethe-University of Frankfurt in Germany and her colleagues in the January American Journal of Botany.
In the January American Journal of Botany, they say they'd never heard of such a seed-dispersal mechanism.
In one sandy area tested, the gerbils do most of the pollination for the plant, his team reports in the October AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY.
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