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Systematic distribution of foliar trichome types in Croton (Euphorbiaceae)
Abstract Variation in foliar trichomes in Croton (Euphorbiaceae) is reviewed, and the terminology clarified by redefinitions and illustrations of terms. Evolution of trichome types appears to proceed…
Variability at the telomeres of the human X/Y pseudoautosomal region.
Relationship between Vital Staining and Subculture Growth during the Senescence of Plant Tissue Cultures.
The vital staining properties of rose cultures (Rosa cv Paul's Scarlet) of increasing age were compared with their ability to be subcultured, and staining with either Evans blue or fluorescein diacetate was demonstrated to be a good means of establishing when senescing cells died.
High densities of the masked shrew, Sorex cinereus, in jack pine plantations in northern Ontario.
A combination of greater cover (and thus a more suitable microclimate) and more of a preferred food (insect larvae) may explain why juvenile recruitment was much greater in the medium-age stands than in the young stands.
DNA adduct formation and aromatic amine tumorigenesis.
DNA adduct formation in relation to tumorigenesis in mice continuously administered 4-aminobiphenyl.
DNA adduct formation in relation to tumorigenesis in mice chronically fed 2-acetylaminofluorene.
Evidence for the presence of messenger ribonucleic acid in Allomyces macrogynus mitospores
It was demonstrated that [3H]uridine was taken up by the spores and converted to uridine triphosphate, and Lack of incorporation of 3H into RNA indicated that the spores do not synthesize RNA.
Pattern of ribonucleic acid synthesis during germination of Allomyces macrogynus mitospores
Investigation of the relationship between ribonucleic acid (RNA) synthesis and germination of Allomyces macrogynus mitospores and precursor pool measurement indicated that the apparent increase in the rate of RNA synthesis during germination was largely due to increased specific activity of the RNA precursor pool.
Adenylate energy charge during fruiting body formation by Myxococcus xanthus
The adenylate energy charge of developing Myxococcus xanthus cells was measured and it was found that myxospores, which are resistant, resting cells present in the fruiting body, have a relatively high energy charge.