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E-photosynthesis framework is a web-based platform for modeling and analysis of photosynthetic processes. Compared to its earlier version, the present platform employs advanced software methods and technologies to support an effective implementation of vastly diverse kinetic models of photosynthesis. We report on the first phase implementation of the tool(More)
The unicellular cyanobacterium Cyanothece sp. American Type Culture Collection (ATCC) 51142 is capable of performing oxygenic photosynthesis during the day and microoxic nitrogen fixation at night. These mutually exclusive processes are possible only by temporal separation by circadian clock or another cellular program. We report identification of a(More)
STRUCTURE AND DERIVATION oric acid, also called boracic acid or orthoboric acid, is an inorganic acid with the chemical formula H3BO3. It is available as a white, odorless powder and in crystalline and granular forms. Bo-ric acid vaginal suppositories are not commercially available and, therefore, must be compounded. Most studies documenting efficacy(More)
Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 is a widely used model cyanobacterium for studying responses and acclimation to different abiotic stresses. Changes in transcriptome, proteome, lipidome, and photosynthesis in response to short term heat stress are well studied in this organism, and histidine kinase 34 (Hik34) is shown to play an important role in mediating such(More)
E-PHOTOSYNTHESIS framework [3] is a web-based platform for modeling and analysis of photosynthetic processes which provides easy and intuitive navigation through the structure of photosynthetic organisms and aims on being intelligible for students and also experts in the field of system biology. 1. Background T HE tool focuses on providing a platform for(More)
E-cyanobacterium framework is a web-based platform for modelling and analysis of biological processes occurring in cyanobacteria. It provides an easy and intuitive navigation through the structure of cyanobacteria and aims on being intelligible for experts in the field. The platform facilitates simulation of complex mathematical models represented by ODE(More)
Two types of oscillators suitable for modeling the growth rate adaptation of biomass production process to circadian influences are presented and compared. These oscillators are forced by cyclic inputs representing basically the diurnal cycles corresponding to the periodical changes of light and dark phases and adapt their own natural circadian rhythm to(More)
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