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Constitutive activation of a plasma membrane H+‐ATPase prevents abscisic acid‐mediated stomatal closure
Light activates proton (H+)‐ATPases in guard cells, to drive hyperpolarization of the plasma membrane to initiate stomatal opening, allowing diffusion of ambient CO2 to photosynthetic tissues. LightExpand
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Mast, a conserved microtubule‐associated protein required for bipolar mitotic spindle organization
Through mutational analysis in Drosophila, we have identified the gene multiple asters (mast), which encodes a new 165 kDa protein. mast mutant neuroblasts are highly polyploid and show severeExpand
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A three‐dimensional perspective on exon binding by a group II self‐splicing intron
We have used chemical footprinting, kinetic dissection of reactions and comparative sequence analysis to show that in self‐splicing introns belonging to subgroup IIB, the sites that bind the 5′ andExpand
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The dance of the Hox genes: patterning the anteroposterior body axis of Caenorhabditis elegans.
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A data mining based system for credit-card fraud detection in e-tail
The design and implementation of a fraud detection system is reported. Expand
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A Survey on Web Archiving Initiatives
This study presents a survey that draws a picture of worldwide initiatives to preserve information published on the web. Expand
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Annotations as multiple perspectives of video content
This paper describes a video annotation tool based on a new and flexible model, that gives several perspectives over the same video content. Expand
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A Multi-Criteria Decision Support System for a Routing Problem in Waste Collection
We propose a decision support system that includes route optimization, waste generation prediction, and multiple-criteria decision analysis (MCDA). Expand
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SIDRA: a Flexible Web Search System
Sidra is a new indexing, searching and ranking system for Web contents. Expand
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Modeling RNA tertiary structure from patterns of sequence variation.
Publisher Summary Comparative sequence analysis (CSA) is the most reliable way to obtain biologically pertinent secondary structures of RNA molecules in the absence of crystallographic data. InExpand
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