Anne Arnold

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The possibility of controlling the Calvin cycle has paramount implications for increasing the production of biomass. Multistationarity, as a dynamical feature of systems, is the first obvious candidate whose control could find biotechnological applications. Here we set out to resolve the debate on the multistationarity of the Calvin cycle. Unlike the(More)
  • Dennis Gee, Jennie Campbell, Executive Mrs, Anne Arnold, Peter Buck
  • 2004
LEME's objective is apply regolith science to the problems facing Australia in the areas of mineral exploration and natural resource management. The two main research priorities are: 1. Understanding regolith architecture and processes in the third dimension 2. Making geochemistry work through transported regolith. LEME has four core research programs which(More)
Ultrashort flashes of THz light with low photon energies of a few meV, but strong electric or magnetic field transients have recently been employed to prepare various fascinating nonequilibrium states in matter. Here we present a new class of sources based on superradiant enhancement of radiation from relativistic electron bunches in a compact electron(More)
Plants as sessile organisms cannot escape their environment and have to adapt to any changes in the availability of sunlight and nutrients. The quantification of synthesis costs of metabolites, in terms of consumed energy, is a prerequisite to understand trade-offs arising from energetic limitations. Here, we examine the energy consumption of amino acid(More)
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