We are inviting IDEALS users, both people looking for materials in IDEALS and those who want to deposit their work, to give us feedback on improving this service through an interview. Participants will receive a $20 VISA gift card. Please sign up via webform. # Browse Dept. of Plant Biology by Title • (1978) application/pdf PDF (3MB) • (1998) ASF/SF2 protein is first time shown to be a potential substrate for the mitotic cdc2/cyclin kinase. UV crosslinkage assay demonstrate RNA binding ability of SF2a and RRM domain, but not SF2b protein. Immunostaining of TN-5 ... application/pdf PDF (6MB) • (1992) The main objective of this project is to study the components involved in electron transport between the cytochrome bf complex and photosystem I in the unicellular cyanobacterium Synechocystis 6803. Two soluble proteins, ... application/pdf PDF (4MB) • (1967) application/pdf PDF (4MB) • (1977) application/pdf PDF (3MB) • (1998) Messenger RNAs encoded by other maize P450 clones (CYP71C1, CYP51, CYP73A7, CYP73A6, CYP92A1, CYP95A1, and the ESTs 6c06b11 and 7c02c12) were also characterized with regard to their induction response to naphthalic anhydride ... application/pdf PDF (10MB) • (1992) Protonation and electron transfer events in reaction centers (RCs) from photosynthetic purple bacterium Rhodobacter sphaeroides were investigated by characterization of site-directed mutants. The RC deletion mutant GaKM(+) ... application/pdf PDF (7MB) • (1991) Plants vary in their whole plant strategies for managing the sodium (Na$\sp{+}$) present in their environment, but current models predict that they have a common strategy at the cellular level: exclusion from the cytoplasm. ... application/pdf PDF (6MB) • (1989) The effect of growth light intensity on the photosynthetic apparatus of pea thylakoid membranes was investigated. Peas were grown either in a growth chamber at light intensities that ranged from 8 to 1050$\mu$E/m$\sp2\$ ...

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Plant sex chromosomes have evolved from the autosomes of hermaphroditic species to maintain dioecy. The major barriers to sex chromosome characterization have been the inherent difficulties of working with a non-recombining ...

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The similarity in regulation between NR and sucrose phosphate synthase suggested that NR might be subject to low temperature disruptions in its endogenous rhythm as has been demonstrated for SPS in chilling-sensitive species ...

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The earth tongue fungi are a relatively small but captivating group of fungi that have fascinated mycologists for over three hundred years. From the first mention of “Fungus ophioglossoides” in 1667 to the latest molecular ...

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The perennial C4 grass genus Miscanthus has a long history of use as valued landscaping and garden ornamentals. More recently, interest in domestic energy security and sustainable fuel sources have brought it to the forefront ...

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*This dissertation is a compound document (contains both a paper copy and a CD as part of the dissertation). The CD requires the following system requirements: Internet Browser; Microsoft Office; Quicktime; Windows MediaPlayer ...

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Calmodulin (CaM) is a calcium-binding protein found in eukaryotes, and appears to be essential for growth and development. CaM is thought to play a pivotal role in modulating biochemical pathways in conjunction with transient ...

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Linking theories of invasion biology with that of associational herbivory, I found that (1) cheatgrass was a highly utilized food source for generalist grasshoppers, (2) among native plant species, the amount of herbivory ...

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