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Plant Desiccation and Protein Synthesis : V. Stability of Poly (A) and Poly (A) RNA during Desiccation and Their Synthesis upon Rehydration in the Desiccation-Tolerant Moss Tortula ruralis and the
Upon desiccation of gametophytes of the desiccation-tolerant moss Tortula ruralis preexisting pools of poly(A)(-) RNA (rRNA) remain inact, regardless of the speed at which desiccation is achieved.Expand
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Plant Desiccation and Protein Synthesis. IV. RNA Synthesis, Stability, and Recruitment of RNA into Protein Synthesis during Desiccation and Rehydration of the Desiccation-Tolerant Moss, Tortula
Upon rehydration of desiccated Tortula ruralis, RNA synthesis is immediately resumed; this resumption is quicker in moss recovering from slow drying than from rapid drying. Newly synthesized RNAExpand
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The effects of lao on aldehyde, oxidase activity and cross-reacting-material in Drosophila melanogaster.
In Drosophila melanogaster aldehyde oxidase occurs in at least two forms that can be separated electrophoretically. The mutant allele lao (low aldehyde oxidase activity) causes a deficiency of theExpand
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Plant Desiccation and Protein Synthesis : VI. Changes in Protein Synthesis Elicited by Desiccation of the Moss Tortula ruralis are Effected at the Translational Level.
Upon rehydration of the moss Tortula ruralis following desiccation at a rapid or slow rate, there is increasing utilization of newly synthesized-poly(A)(+) RNA for protein synthesis. Initially,Expand
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The effects of molybate, tungstate and lxd on aldehyde oxidase and xanthine dehydrogenase in Drosophila melanogaster.
The effects of dietary sodium molybdate and sodium tungstate on eye color and aldehyde oxidase and xanthine dehydrogenase activities have been determined in Drosophila melanogaster. Dietary sodiumExpand
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Optimal Thermal Environments for Plant Metabolic Processes (Cucumis sativus L.) (Light-Harvesting Chlorophyll a/b Pigment-Protein Complex of Photosystem II and Seedling Establishment in Cucumber)
Analysis of the temperatures providing maximal photosystem II fluorescence reappearance following illumination and thermal kinetic windows (TKWs), obtained from the temperature characteristics ofExpand
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