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Physical maps and recombination frequency of six rice chromosomes.
  • J. Wu, H. Mizuno, +19 authors T. Sasaki
  • Medicine, Biology
  • The Plant journal : for cell and molecular…
  • 1 December 2003
We constructed physical maps of rice chromosomes 1, 2, and 6-9 with P1-derived artificial chromosome (PAC) and bacterial artificial chromosome (BAC) clones. These maps, with only 20 gaps, cover moreExpand
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A Recessive Arabidopsis Mutant That Grows Photoautotrophically under Salt Stress Shows Enhanced Active Oxygen Detoxification
Mutagenized Arabidopsis seedlings (ecotype Columbia) were screened for the ability to grow photoautotrophically on solid medium containing 200 mM NaCl. A novel mutant line, designated pst1 (forExpand
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Composition and Structure of the Centromeric Region of Rice Chromosome 8
Understanding the organization of eukaryotic centromeres has both fundamental and applied importance because of their roles in chromosome segregation, karyotypic stability, and artificialExpand
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The effects of pCO2 on yeast growth and metabolism under continuous fermentation
SummaryThe effects of pCO2 were investigated by changing the aeration rate, the purging gas and the total pressure in a chemostat cultivatioa Under glucose supply limitation, an increase in pCO2 fromExpand
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How 2-year-old children learn novel part names of unfamiliar objects
The present study examined whether 2-year-olds can learn a novel part name of an unfamiliar object when an adult demonstrates an action upon a part of the object. In the experiment, an experimenterExpand
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Chromosome elimination in the Japanese hagfish, Eptatretus burgeri (Agnatha, Cyclostomata).
The modal number of chromosomes in Eptatretus burgeri was 36 in 297 (81.8%) of 363 somatic cells, 52 in 13 (30.2%) of 43 spermatogonia, and 25 (46.8%) or 26 (40.3%) in 162 of 186 first spermatocytes.Expand
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The role of actions in making inferences about the shape and material of solid objects among Japanese 2 year-old children
This study examined whether 2 year-old children attend to the relevant properties (shape or material) of solid objects in making inferences when adults demonstrate appropriate actions. In ExperimentExpand
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The influence of adults' actions on children's inferences about word meanings
This article first establishes the effect of adults' actions on children's inferences about the shape and material of solid objects, based on data from Japanese 2-, 4-, and 6-year-olds. JapaneseExpand
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cDNA cloning, expression and chromosome mapping of the human STAT4 gene: both STAT4 and STAT1 genes are mapped to 2q32.2-->q32.3.
Studies of transcriptional activation by interferons and a variety of cytokines have led to the identification of a family of proteins that serve as signal transducers and activators of transcriptionExpand
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