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Resistance to potato leafroll virus in potato plants transformed with the coat protein gene or with vector control constructs
The results of greenhouse evaluations of potato leafroll virus (PLRV) resistance in transgenic potato plants are reported. Russet Burbank and Ranger Russet plants were transformed viaExpand
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The identification of a sequence related to apicomplexan enolase from Sarcocystis neurona
Equine protozoal myeloencephalitis (EPM) is a neurological disease caused by Sarcocystis neurona, an apicomplexan parasite. S. neurona is also associated with EPM-like diseases in marine and smallExpand
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Metabolism and thermoregulation of individual and clustered long-fingered bats, Miniopterus schreibersii, and the implications for roosting
Oxygen consumption of individual long-fingered bats, Miniopterus schreibersii, was measured at air temperatures (Tr) between 2 and 42°C and that of clusters of four and six bats between 5 and 30°C.Expand
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Human PRRX1 and PRRX2 genes: cloning, expression, genomic localization, and exclusion as disease genes for Nager syndrome
Abstract. In this study, we extend our examination of the function of the Prrx1 (a.k.a. Mhox, Prx1, K-2, and Pmx1) as well as Prrx2 (a.k.a. S8 and Prx2) genes by characterizing the expression of theExpand
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Immunocytochemical localization of acrosin in the anterior segment of the acrosomes of ram, boar and bull spermatozoa
Acrosin, a trypsin-like proteinase found in spermatozoa, is believed to play an essential role in fertilization by aiding the spermatozoon to penetrate the zona pellucida surrounding the egg (McExpand
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Sperm Maturation Antigens
The acquisition of motility and fertilizing capacity by spermatozoa during their passage through the epididymis is accompanied by morphological and biochemical changes to the nucleus, acrosome andExpand
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