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, Figure 2. Small RNA composition segregates with KRAS status., vol.5

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, Figure 4: TEM (A) and EDX (B) images of the hyphae ofF. velutipesafter selenite treatment.

, TEM-Induced Structural Evolution in Amorphous Fe Oxide Nanoparticles

, Figure S2: Selected Area Electron Diffraction (SAED) of cytoplasmic inclusion of A.franciscana, EDXS revealed that those nanoparticles had an O:Fe ratio of 2.1 ± 0.2 (table 1 in the main text), indicating Feoxyhydroxide (FeOOH)

, Supplemental Information 4: Dataset 3, corresponding to 95 angiosperm chloroplasts where the main regions were not detected.