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to those exhibited by xanthophyll cycle-dependent energy dissipation. The patterns of acclimation of The acclimation of photochemistry, xanthophyll cycle-glutathione reductase are discussed in the context of dependent energy dissipation, and antioxidants was the multiple roles for reduced glutathione. Catalase characterized in leaves of Cucurbita pepo L.(More)
Although plants rely on light to drive energy production via photosynthesis, excess light can be harmful. Plants have evolved photoprotective mechanisms to mitigate this threat, including thermal energy dissipation, the most common form of which involves de-epoxidized constituents of the xanthophyll cycle facilitating the conversion of excess excitation(More)
The enzymatic component of the antioxidant system is discussed as one of the defensive mechanisms providing protection against excessive light absorption in plants. We present an analysis of attempts to improve stress tolerance by means of the creation of transgenic plants with elevated antioxidant enzyme activities and conclude that the effect of such(More)
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Red spruces are less severely impacted by the parasite eastern dwarf mistletoe than white spruce. Differences in stem vulnerabilities to cavitation do not seem to explain this pattern. Parasitic dwarf mistletoes are damaging forest pathogens, yet the physiological mechanisms by which infections contribute to host decline remain poorly understood. In this(More)
These are the abstracts of the 2017 American College of Medical Toxicology (ACMT) Annual Scientific Meeting. Included here are 120 abstracts that will be presented in March 2017, including research studies from around the globe and the ToxIC collaboration, clinically significant case reports describing new toxicologic phenomena, and encore presentations(More)
As the Arctic warms, tundra vegetation is becoming taller and more structurally complex, as tall deciduous shrubs become increasingly dominant. Emerging studies reveal that shrubs exhibit photosynthetic resource partitioning, akin to forests, that may need accounting for in the “big leaf” net ecosystem exchange models. We conducted a lab experiment on sun(More)
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