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Differentiation of Plantlets in Longleaf Pine (Pinus palustris Mill.) Tissue Cultured In vitro
Embryos of longleaf pine (Pinus palustris Mill.) were induced to form numerous adventitious buds along their cotyledons when placed in culture on chemically defined nutrient media. The buds whenExpand
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Trees of Georgia and Adjacent States
This field guide identifies 205 species and varieties, with plant descriptions that highlight differences between similar taxa. It also includes range maps and botanical keys for summer and winter.
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The Effects of Flooding on the Swamp Forest in Lake Ocklawaha, Florida
A 26-km stretch of the Oklawaha River in north-central Florida was impounded in 1968, forming a 5265-ha reservoir and flooding 1620 ha of mixed deciduous hardwood swamp to depths up to 3 m. CarolinaExpand
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Cell Surface Ectodomain Cleavage of Human Amphiregulin Precursor Is Sensitive to a Metalloprotease Inhibitor
Biosynthesis and processing of amphiregulin (AR) have been investigated in human colorectal (HCA-7, Caco-2) and mammary (MCF-7) cancer cell lines, as well as in Madin-Darby canine kidney cells stablyExpand
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Aeration in Trees
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Tyrosine Phosphorylation and Proteolysis
Enhancement of tyrosine phosphorylation in cells by the application of pervanadate, an extremely potent phosphotyrosine phosphatase inhibitor, provokes the rapid metalloprotease-dependent cleavage ofExpand
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SHOOT GROWTH AND HISTOGENESIS OF TREES POSSESSING DIVERSE PATTERNS OF SHOOT DEVELOPMENT
Shoot growth and histogenesis were followed in five unrelated tree taxa possessing inherently diverse patterns of shoot development. Following the resumption of growth in spring, each species differsExpand
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THE INFLUENCE OF PRESSURE ON THE DIFFERENTIATION OF SECONDARY TISSUES
BROWN, CLAUD L. (U. Georgia, Athens), and KARL SAX. The influence of pressure on the differentiation of secondary tissues. Amer. Jour. Bot. 49(7): 683-691. Illus. 1962.-When longitudinal bark stripsExpand
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In vivo binding of (3H)Ro 15-1788 in mice: comparison with the in vivo binding of (3H)flunitrazepam.
Benzodiazepine binding sites have generally been labelled with benzodiazepine agonists: (3H)flunitrazepam and (3H)diazepam in vivo. We studied the in vivo binding of the antagonist (3H)Ro 15-1788 inExpand
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Membrane potential defect in hygromycin B-resistant pma1 mutants of Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
The proton transport properties of hygromycin B-resistant pma1 mutants which show kinetic defects in the plasma membrane H+-ATPase were examined. It was found that net proton efflux, as measured byExpand
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