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Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) has been implicated in many stress conditions. Control of H2O2 levels is complex and dissection of mechanisms generating and relieving H2O2 stress is difficult, particularly… (More)
Estimates of gross primary production (GPP) based on fast repetition rate fluorometer (FRRF) measurements were compared with independent 14 C and O2 at three stations during a spring bloom in the… (More)
Iron starvation induced marked increases in flavodoxin abundance and decreases in light-saturated and light-limited photosynthesis rates in the diatom Chaetoceros muelleri. Consistent with the… (More)
The interaction between iron and light limitation was investigated in 3 marine diatom species: 2 Antarctic diatom isolates, Chaetoceros brevis and C. dichaeta, and an isolate from temper- ate waters,… (More)
Methylotroph strain M2, isolated from soil, was capable of growth on methanesulphonic acid (MSA) as sole carbon and energy source. MSA was oxidized by cell suspensions with an MSA: oxygen… (More)
Vibrio anguillarum strains expressed increased amounts of a novel 60-kDa protein when cells were grown at physiologically elevated temperatures. The relative amounts of the 60-kDa protein were… (More)
This article is a revision of the previous edition article by A.M. Nuutila, K.-M. Oksman-Caldentey, volume 3, pp. 1388–1395, © 2003, Elsevier Ltd.
Objective: To describe the characteristics of the Host Family Respite Program and its value within the community, and to discuss some of the issues associated with the use of respite care services.… (More)
This article is a revision of the previous edition article by R.E. Litz, volume 3, pp. 1408–1417, © 2003, Elsevier Ltd.
BackgroundTibolone is an analogue of the progestin, norethynodrel. After ingestion, it is converted to three metabolites, namely 3 alpha and 3 beta hydroxytibolone which have oestrogenic effects, and… (More)