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The Arabidopsis elch mutant reveals functions of an ESCRT component in cytokinesis
Recently, an alternative route to the proteasomal protein-degradation pathway was discovered that specifically targets transmembrane proteins marked with a single ubiquitin to the endosomalExpand
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The AAA-type ATPase AtSKD1 contributes to vacuolar maintenance of Arabidopsis thaliana.
The vacuole is the most prominent organelle of plant cells. Despite its importance for many physiological and developmental aspects of plant life, little is known about its biogenesis andExpand
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The Arabidopsis ESCRT protein–protein interaction network
In yeast, endosomal sorting of monoubiquitylated transmembrane proteins is performed by a subset of the 19 “class E vacuolar protein sorting” proteins. The core machinery consists of 11 proteins thatExpand
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Secoiridoid content of Blackstonia perfoliata in vivo and in vitro
SummaryThis study reports the analysis of secondary metabolites of gentiopicrin, swertiamarin, and sweroside in shoot and root cultures of yellow wort (Blackstonia perfoliata), which were initiatedExpand
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Efficient one-step tissue culture protocol for propagation of endemic plant, Lilium martagon var. cattaniae Vis.
A rapid, one-step method for direct leafy and rooted bulblets regeneration of Lilium martagon var. cattaniae Vis. was established using seeds as the starting explants for in vitro culture initiation.Expand
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Axenically culturing the bryophytes : a case study of the moss Dicranum scoparium Hedw . ( Dicranaceae , Bryophyta )
Th e aim of this study was to establish axenic culture of the moss Dicranum scoparium a counterpart of rare and widly endangered D. viride. Th e media contents, as well as light and temperature wereExpand
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Comparative study on the effects of NaCl on selected moss and fern representatives
Salt demonstrates various osmotic and ionic effects on vascular plant growth, development and function, but very few data can be found on how salt affects non-tracheophytes. To explore this,Expand
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New national and regional bryophyte records, 47
L. T. Ellis1, M. Alataş2, A. K. Asthana3, K. K. Rawat3, V. Sahu3, A. Srivastava3, V. A. Bakalin4,5, N. Batan6, H. Bednarek-Ochyra7, S. P. Bester8, E. A. Borovichev9,10, D. De Beer11, J. Enroth12, P.Expand
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