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Characterization of Photosynthetic Performance during Senescence in Stay-Green and Quick-Leaf-Senescence Zea mays L. Inbred Lines
The net photosynthetic rate, chlorophyll content, chlorophyll fluorescence and 820 nm transmission were investigated to explore the behavior of the photosynthetic apparatus, including lightExpand
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Systemic Regulation of Leaf Anatomical Structure, Photosynthetic Performance, and High-Light Tolerance in Sorghum1[C]
Leaf anatomy of C3 plants is mainly regulated by a systemic irradiance signal. Since the anatomical features of C4 plants are different from that of C3 plants, we investigated whether the systemicExpand
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Antitumor-promoting constituents from Dioscorea bulbifera L. in JB6 mouse epidermal cells.
An antitumor-promoting effect was found in the extracts/ingredients of a plant used as a traditional medicine in mainland China, using the neoplastic transformation assay of mouse epidermal JB6 cellExpand
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The mitochondrial alternative oxidase pathway protects the photosynthetic apparatus against photodamage in Rumex K-1 leaves
BackgroundIt is known that excess reducing equivalents in the form of NADPH in chloroplasts can be transported via shuttle machineries, such as the malate-oxaloacetate (OAA) shuttle, into theExpand
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Heterogeneous behavior of PSII in soybean (Glycine max) leaves with identical PSII photochemistry efficiency under different high temperature treatments.
The purpose of this study is to demonstrate the heterogeneous behavior of PSII in soybean (Glycine max) leaves and identical maximum PSII photochemistry efficiency (F(V)/F(M)) under different highExpand
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Leaf orientation, photorespiration and xanthophyll cycle protect young soybean leaves against high irradiance in field
In order to fully understand the adaptive strategies of young leaves in performing photosynthesis under high irradiance, leaf orientation, chloroplast pigments, gas exchange, as well as chlorophyll aExpand
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Mitochondrial alternative oxidase pathway protects plants against photoinhibition by alleviating inhibition of the repair of photodamaged PSII through preventing formation of reactive oxygen species
The purpose of this study was to explore how the mitochondrial AOX (alternative oxidase) pathway alleviates photoinhibition in Rumex K-1 leaves. Inhibition of the AOX pathway decreased the initialExpand
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Constituents with α-glucosidase and advanced glycation end-product formation inhibitory activities from Salvia miltiorrhiza Bge.
The 75% ethanol extract from roots of Salvia miltiorrhiza Bge. (Dan shen) afforded two new compounds, 3-hydroxy-2-(2′-formyloxy-1′-methylethyl)-8-methyl-1,4-phenanthrenedione (1),Expand
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Characterization of PSII photochemistry and thermostability in salt-treated Rumex leaves.
A study was conducted, using chlorophyll fluorescence, rapid fluorescence induction kinetics, and polyphasic fluorescence transients, to determine the effect of salt treatment and heat stress on PSIIExpand
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Enhanced photoprotection at the early stages of leaf expansion in field-grown soybean plants
Abstract Gas exchange, chlorophyll a fluorescence kinetics, chloroplast pigments and antioxidant enzymes were investigated to explore the development of photoprotective mechanisms in soybean leavesExpand
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