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AvrRxv is a member of a family of pathogen effectors present in pathogens of both plant and mammalian species. Xanthomonas campestris pv. vesicatoria strains carrying AvrRxv induce a hypersensitive response (HR) in the tomato cultivar Hawaii 7998. Using a yeast two-hybrid screen, we identified a 14-3-3 protein from tomato that interacts with AvrRxv called… (More)
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Albritton, R. L. (1991). Assessing early outcomes of the intern-scholar program at the university of missouri-columbia.
(1999). Factors that influence students in their choice of a graduate library and information science program: Implications for recruitment. Bartlett, C. (2000). Supervisory communication and subordinate job satisfaction: The relationship between superiors' self-disclosure, offers of help, offers of cooperation, frequency of contact, trust and subordinates'… (More)
This paper discusses the clinical perceptions of levels of attachment disorder as theorized by John Bowlby. The findings are based on interview data of juvenile delinquent offenders who have committed criminal acts that are serious enough to warrant their being tried as adults. The data are based on clinical interviews, and the interviewer encourages… (More)
As we begin the new year, this is my last column as chair of the Dietetics Section as Susan Carlson, MMSc, RD,CNSD will assume chair responsibilities at Nutrition Week. It's been a busy year and I think we've accomplished a lot. I would like to thank not only Susan, but also for their time and efforts over the past year to keep our section continuing to… (More)