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Isolation and classification of chlorophyll-deficient xantha mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana
Mutant lines of Arabidopsis thaliana that are either blocked at various steps of the biosynthetic pathway of chlorophyll (Chl) or that are disturbed in one of the subsequent steps leading to theExpand
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Pigment-Protein Complexes, Plastid Development and Photooxidative Protection
Etiolated seedlings of angiosperms, the most highly evolved and diverse group of higher plants, synthesize chlorophyll (Chl) only upon exposure to light (1). In contrast, most oxygenic photosyntheticExpand
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Effective temperature for electrons in band tails
Abstract A new Monte-Carlo simulation algorithm has been developed for carrier hopping through band-tail states under the influence of various factors, such as temperature T, electric field F, etc.Expand
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Evidence for a general light-dependent negative control of NADPH-protochlorophyllide oxidoreductase in angiosperms
The effect of light on NADPH-protochlorophyllide oxidoreductase and its mRNA has been studied in five different species of dicotyledonous plants, bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.), pea (Pisum sativum L.),Expand
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Induction by nitrogen and low temperature of storage-protein synthesis in poplar trees exposed to long days
The synthesis of storage proteins in trees of poplar (Populus x canadensis Moench) could not only be induced by a shift from long-day to short-day conditions but also by either a low-temperatureExpand
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Biochemical and Ultrastructural Results during Starch-Sugar-Conversion in Ray Parenchyma Cells of Populus during Cold Adaptation
Summary In wood ray parenchyma cells of Populus x canadensis Moench «robusta» the content of starch, individual sugars, protein and fat were followed biochemically during cold adaptation in fall,Expand
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Immunochemical Localization of a Storage Protein in Poplar Wood
Summary A protein of about 32 kilodalton was detected in poplar wood during wintertime that vanished during budbreak. After isolation and purification of this protein an antibody was raised againstExpand
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Poplar storage protein in xylem sap
Summary During the dormant period and especially during budbreak a poplar storage protein could be detected in xylem sap on SDS-PAGE and immunoblot; after budbreak it was absent. The permeability ofExpand
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Light-induced changes in the distribution of the 36000-Mr polypeptide of NADPH-protochlorophyllide oxidoreductase within different cellular compartments of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.)
The cellular distribution of the 36000-Mr polypeptide of NADPH-protochlorophyllide oxidoreductase has been determined in ultrathin sections of barley leaves by the method of immunogold labelling. InExpand
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Monte Carlo simulation of bimolecular exciton annihilation in an energetically random hopping system
Abstract The kinetics of bimolecular annihilation of neutral excitations in hopping systems in which the energy of the hopping sites varies according to a Gaussian distribution has been studiedExpand
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