Francisca Domínguez Guerrero

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The turgor of pea (Pisum sativum) leaves was reduced by exposing excised pea shoots to a stream of 23 degrees C air for 20 min. Poly(A)(+) RNA was isolated from control and wilted shoots, translated in vitro and radiolabeled translation products separated by electrophoresis on two-dimensional (isoelectric focusing-sodium dodecyl sulfate) polyacrylamide(More)
Excised pea plants were rapidly dehydrated to turgor pressures of 1.5 to 2.0 bars. After a 30 minute lag, abscisic acid (ABA) levels increased approximately 100-fold in the dehydrated plants. Pretreatment of plants with the transcription inhibitors actinomycin D or cordycepin or with an inhibitor of cytoplasmic protein synthesis prior to plant dehydration(More)
PURPOSE To determine the type and frequency of chief complaints reported by parents of pediatric patients younger than 8 years of age in an optometry clinic. There have been many reports on prevalence of pediatric eye and vision disorders; however, the frequency of presenting complaints has not been carefully investigated. METHODS 578 patient charts were(More)
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