# Browse Dept. of Plant Biology by Title

• (2010-05-19)
The demand for alternative fuel sources for oil has been increasing in recent years. From 2000 to 2010, worldwide ethanol fuel production has increased from 4.49 billion gallons to 19.5 billion gallons. A large source of ...

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• (1985)
Reproductive effort, or the proportion of an organism's resources allocated to reproduction is a crucial aspect of an organism's life history and the optimal allocation of resources to reproduction in different environments ...

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• (1987)
Bicarbonate (HCO$\sb{3}\sp{-}$) is required for photosystem II (PS II) electron transport. Depleting thylakoids of HCO$\sb{3}\sp{-}$ slows down electron transfer from the primary quinone acceptor Q$\sb{\rm A}$ to the ...

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• (1986)
Cell enlargement in plants is often inhibited at low water potentials (low (psi)(,w)), but the cause is not completely understood. This work was conducted to identify the primary signal(s) that initiate the inhibition and ...

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• (1954)

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• (1999)
In a complex metabolic system, collective behaviors can emerge which are not obvious consequences of the individual components, because each of the components interacts with others in unpredictable ways. In the particular ...

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• (1954)

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• (1969)

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• (1966)

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• (1987)
Abscisic acid (ABA) induces at least 16 polypeptides in barley aleurone layers as determined by two-dimensional gel electrophoretic analysis. The induction seems to be at the mRNA level because the message levels of the ...

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• (1972)

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• (2012-06-27)
Sex chromosomes are of great interest due to their role in sexual reproduction. Sex chromosomes evolve through the suppression of recombination in the sex determining region between the X and Y chromosomes which allows ...

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• (1992)
This dissertation focuses on the characterization of cdc2-type cell cycle regulators in Pisum sativum (garden pea). Immunoblot patterns indicate that $\sim$34 kDa cdc2-type proteins present in protein complexes may be ...

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• (2004)
Taken together, the evidence suggests that nitrogen mediated regulatory pathways are key steps in regulating expression of amino acid transporter AAP1, this may lead to modulated phloem loading of amino acids and finally ...

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• (2003)
Amino acids are the currency of nitrogen exchange in plants and their physiological and molecular analysis is essential. The objective of this thesis was to identify and analyze plant amino acid transporters using the model ...

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• (1998)
To explore other functionally-important domains, the AtSUC1 cDNA was randomly mutagenized and transformed yeast were screened on sucrose- or maltose-limited media for growth. Three point mutations were identified---H65Q, ...

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• (2008)
Artemisia is the largest genus in the tribe Anthemideae and is composed of ecologically, morphologically, and chemically diverse species found primarily throughout the Northern Hemisphere. Delimitation within Artemisia ...

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• (1994)
The molecular systematics of Plasmodiophora brassicae Woronin, the causal agent of clubroot in crucifers were investigated using the small subunit ribosomal RNA gene sequence. Plasmodiophoromycetes, a group of obligate ...

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• (1962)

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• (2015-12-02)
Freshwater fungi are important agents decomposing submerged dead plant material. Roughly ten percent of the known teleomorphic (sexually reproducing) freshwater ascomycetes have been referred to or included in the family ...

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