Michael R. Wozny

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The mitochondrion is an organelle originating from an endosymbiotic event and playing a role in several fundamental processes such as energy production, metabolite syntheses, and programmed cell death. This organelle is delineated by two membranes whose synthesis requires an extensive exchange of phospholipids with other cellular organelles such as(More)
Multi-colored fluorescent proteins targeted to plastids have provided new insights on the dynamic behavior of these organelles and their interactions with other cytoplasmic components and compartments. Sub-plastidic components such as thylakoids, stroma, the inner and outer membranes of the plastid envelope, nucleoids, plastoglobuli, and starch grains have(More)
There is intense disagreement among researchers regarding the role of systems science in the solution of sociotechnical problems. On one extreme, we see allegations that systems science is vacuous and completely inappropriate for handing the varied issues which arise in socio-technical problems. On the other extreme, we are led to believe that the existing(More)
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