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 $20 VISA gift card. Please sign up via webform. # Browse Dept. of Plant Biology by Title • (2004) Response of the CHS gene family to the pathogen Pseudomonas syringae was studied in leaves of the cultivar Williams (ii) that suppresses CHS expression in the seed coats. Interestingly, significant accumulation of CHS7/CHS8 ... application/pdf PDF (10MB) • (1965) application/pdf PDF (6MB) • (1969) application/pdf PDF (3MB) • (1972) application/pdf PDF (12MB) • (1985) Accumulation of the abundant enzymes (beta)-1,3-glucanase and chitinase in cultured tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L. cv. Havana 425) tissues is inhibited by the hormones auxin and cytokinin. As judged by immunosorption and ... application/pdf PDF (6MB) • (1976) application/pdf PDF (4MB) • (1983) The regulatory aspects of several added metabolites on photosynthetic carbon metabolism in isolated spinach chloroplasts were examined. Under conditions of ambient O(,2), saturating HCO(,3)('-) and a range of phosphate ... application/pdf PDF (4MB) • (1984) The niche-variation hypothesis, which predicts a correlation between niche breadth and level of genetic variation, was tested using nine populations of the annual plant, Phlox drummondii, from south central Texas. Niche ... application/pdf PDF (5MB) • (1967) application/pdf PDF (3MB) • (1981) The recognition that populations generally harbor large quantities of variation has resulted in a wide ranging effort to relate this variation to that of the environment. There have been primarily two approaches to the ... application/pdf PDF (3MB) • (1960) application/pdf PDF (5MB) • (1995) Decreases in shoot nitrogen (N) and increases in root or rhizome N often appear to coincide with drought in several perennial C$\sb4\$ grasses native to tallgrass prairie. This suggests that remobilization of shoot N may ...

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A novel Arabidopsis chloroplast protein, named PIFI, with a similar C-extension as activase was identified as functioning in chlororespiration and possibly cyclic electron transport by reverse genetics. In a pifi mutant, ...

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Global climate change and dwindling supplies of fossil based resources have led to increasing interest in the use of plant biomass as an alternative fuel source. One of the major limitations is in the amount of land area ...

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Fusion of two cell lines with different amino acid analog or herbicide resistances allows selection of heterokaryons from unfused and homologous fusion products through the use of resistance complementation.

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Sex chromosomes are found throughout many diverse lineages across the animal and plant kingdom. Most of the sex chromosomes that have been studied are well established and have already experienced many evolutionary forces, ...

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Aquatic hyphomycetes contribute to energy flow and nutrient spiraling in rivers by making energy and fixed carbon in autumn-shed leaves available to aquatic invertebrates. These fungi are haploid, predominantly or exclusively ...

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