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Embryo development in the lady's slipper orchid, Paphiopedilum delenatii, with emphasis on the ultrastructure of the suspensor.
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The morphological features of the transfer cell and the absence of cuticular material in the Suspensor cell wall corroborate the hypothesis that the suspensor is the major nutrient uptake site for the developing embryo in the lady's slipper orchid. Expand
A new potassium channel toxin from the sea anemone Heteractis magnifica: isolation, cDNA cloning, and functional expression.
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The recombinant toxin was shown to be identical to native HmK in its N-terminal sequence, chromatographic behavior, and binding to dendrotoxin binding sites on rat brain membranes. Expand
Embryo Development of Cypripedium formosanum in Relation to Seed Germination In Vitro
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For seed germination, the results indicate that the timing of seed collection outweighs the composition of medium and the seed pretreatments. Expand
The duplicated B-class MADS-box genes display dualistic characters in orchid floral organ identity and growth.
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A Homeotic Orchid Tepal (HOT) model is proposed, in which dualistic characters of duplicated B-class MADS-box genes are involved in orchid perianth development and growth. Expand
Chromosomal polymorphism of ribosomal genes in the genus Oryza
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It is suggested that chromosomal inversion and the amplification and transposition of rDNA might occur during Oryza species evolution. Expand
Flower development of Phalaenopsis orchid involves functionally divergent SEPALLATA-like genes
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Findings reveal the important roles of PeSEP in Phalaenopsis floral organ formation throughout the developmental process by the formation of various multiple protein complexes. Expand
Ferredoxin from sweet pepper (Capsicum annuum L.) intensifying harpinpss-mediated hypersensitive response shows an enhanced production of active oxygen species (AOS)
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Results demonstrate enhanced generation of AOS is necessary to cause enhanced hypersensitive cell death in Pflp transgenic tobacco cells and it is plasma membrane-bound NADPH-oxidase-dependent. Expand
Embryology of Phalaenopsis amabilis var. formosa: embryo development
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The results of Nile red staining indicate that a cuticular layer is present only on the surface walls of the embryo proper, but is absent from the suspensor cell wall Cuticular material is also present in the outermost layer of the seed coat and persists through seed maturation. Expand
OSTF1: a HD-GL2 family homeobox gene is developmentally regulated during early embryogenesis in rice.
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In situ hybridization analysis on developing grains revealed that OSTF1 was strongly and uniformly expressed in the embryo at the globular stage and preferentially localized to the protoderm at 3-6 d after pollination. Expand
Cloning and characterization of a DEAD box RNA helicase from the viable seedlings of aged mung bean
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Northern blot analysis showed the presence of mRNAs hybridized with a full-length cDNA fragment of VrRH1 (VrRH transcripts) in mung bean seeds that were imbibed for 16 to 32 h after accelerated aging treatment, suggesting that Vr RH1 may play a role in the viability of mungbean seeds. Expand
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