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Control of basal jasmonate signalling and defence through modulation of intracellular cation flux capacity.
Unknown mechanisms tightly regulate the basal activity of the wound-inducible defence mediator jasmonate (JA) in undamaged tissues. However, the Arabidopsis fatty acid oxygenation upregulated2 (fou2)Expand
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GOLLUM [FeFe]-hydrogenase-like proteins are essential for plant development in normoxic conditions and modulate energy metabolism.
[FeFe]-hydrogenase-like genes encode [Fe4 S4]-containing proteins that are ubiquitous in eukaryotic cells. In humans, iron-only hydrogenase-like protein 1 (IOP1) represses hypoxia inducible factor-1αExpand
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Determination of the Ion Temperature in a Plasma Created by Optical Field Ionization
The evolution with time of the ion temperature of a xenon gas during and after the irradiation with a high intensity laser beam is determined. The processes taken into account are (i) directExpand
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An increasing opine carbon bias in artificial exudation systems and genetically modified plant rhizospheres leads to an increasing reshaping of bacterial populations
To investigate how exudation shapes root‐associated bacterial populations, transgenic Arabidopsis thaliana plants that exuded the xenotopic compound octopine at low and high rates were grown in aExpand
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Leaf numbering for experiments on long distance signalling in Arabidopsis
Two of the major features of long distance signals are where they travel and how fast this occurs. The spatial analysis of long distance signals is often necessary prior to temporal analysis.Expand
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Paired Hierarchical Organization of 13-Lipoxygenases in Arabidopsis
Embryophyte genomes typically encode multiple 13-lipoxygenases (13-LOXs) that initiate the synthesis of wound-inducible mediators called jasmonates. Little is known about how the activities of theseExpand
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Risk-Adapted Lung SBRT for Central and Ultra-Central Tumors
Purpose: Stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT) is a widely-accepted treatment for earlystage lung cancer, however, safety concerns in the treatment of central (C) lung tumors have been raised.Expand
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