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A siliceous chrysophycean cyst-based pH transfer function for Central European lakes
The surface sediments of 50 Central European low to high mountain, acid-sensitive lakes were examined for chrysophycean stomatocysts. One hundred and twenty sic siliceous stomatocyst morphotypes wereExpand
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Plant cytokinesis is orchestrated by the sequential action of the TRAPPII and exocyst tethering complexes.
Plant cytokinesis is initiated in a transient membrane compartment, the cell plate, and completed by a process of maturation during which the cell plate becomes a cross wall. How the transition fromExpand
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Catch me if you can: the taxonomic identity of Scrippsiella trochoidea (F.Stein) A.R.Loebl. (Thoracosphaeraceae, Dinophyceae)
The species concept is challenged for the unicellular dinophytes, exhibiting both high intraspecific variability (in terms of morphology) and cryptic speciation (as inferred from molecular data). AsExpand
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The Membrane-Associated Sec1/Munc18 KEULE is Required for Phragmoplast Microtubule Reorganization During Cytokinesis in Arabidopsis.
Cytokinesis, the partitioning of the cytoplasm following nuclear division, requires extensive coordination between membrane trafficking and cytoskeletal dynamics. In plants, the onset of cytokinesisExpand
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SAME BUT DIFFERENT: TWO NOVEL BICARINATE SPECIES OF EXTANT CALCAREOUS DINOPHYTES (THORACOSPHAERACEAE, PERIDINIALES) FROM THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA 1
The diversity of extant calcareous dinophytes (Thoracosphaeraceae, Dinophyceae) is currently not sufficiently recorded. The majority of their coccoid stages are cryptotabulate or entirely atabulate,Expand
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Cell cycle-regulated PLEIADE/AtMAP65-3 links membrane and microtubule dynamics during plant cytokinesis.
Cytokinesis, the partitioning of the cytoplasm following nuclear division, requires extensive coordination between cell cycle cues, membrane trafficking and microtubule dynamics. Plant cytokinesisExpand
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Do Hydatellaceae belong to the monocotyledons or basal angiosperms? Evidence from seedling morphology
Abstract Tillich, H.-J., Tuckett, R. & Facher, E.: Do Hydatellaceae belong to the monocotyledons or basal angiosperms? Evidence from seedling morphology. — Willdenowia 37: 399–406. — ISSN 0511 9618;Expand
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Independent yet overlapping pathways ensure the robustness and responsiveness of trans-Golgi network functions in Arabidopsis
ABSTRACT The trans-Golgi-network (TGN) has essential housekeeping functions in secretion, endocytosis and protein sorting, but also more specialized functions in plant development. How the robustnessExpand
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