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Quercus petraea (Matt.) Liebl. and Q. robur L. hybridize frequently and occupy similar, though distinct, ecological niches. So far, genetic discrimination between these species at the molecular level has been based mainly on neutral markers. Because such markers often exhibit low species differentiation because of high genetic compatibility and exchange(More)
Norway spruce is widely distributed across Europe and the predominant tree of the Alpine region. Fast growth and the fact that timber can be harvested cost-effectively in relatively young populations define its status as one of the economically most important tree species of Northern Europe. In this study, EST derived simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers(More)
Copper and other transition metal ions and their complexes are catalysts for the decomposition of nitrosothiols. In this way they catalyze the biological functions of nitrosothiols. The kinetics and mechanism of the reaction of two nitrosothiols, S-nitrosothiolactic acid and S-nitrosoglutathione (GSNO), with copper(I) are reported. The kinetics of the(More)
Auxin induces ethylene formation in several plants1' 2 and in segments cut from roots, stems, and fruits.3 If ethylene alters the metabolism of auxin, as has been suggested,2' 4, 5 then this auxin-induced ethylene formation might interfere with studies of the uptake, transport, and destruction of the applied growth hormone. Moreover, the newly synthesized(More)
Sesame (Sesamum indicum L.) is one of the most important ancient oilseed crops grown throughout the tropical and subtropical regions of the world. In Uganda, most of the cultivated sesame varieties are local landraces which are frequently traded between farmers. Although these traditional landraces are an important source of genetic diversity, knowledge of(More)
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