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Protein Degradation Rate in Arabidopsis thaliana Leaf Growth and Development[OPEN]
The degradation rate of 1228 Arabidopsis proteins was measured, their variation assessed, and the data used to calculate the protein turnover energy costs in different leaves of the rosette. WeExpand
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Refining the Definition of Plant Mitochondrial Presequences through Analysis of Sorting Signals, N-Terminal Modifications, and Cleavage Motifs1[W][OA]
Mitochondrial protein import is a complex multistep process from synthesis of proteins in the cytosol, recognition by receptors on the organelle surface, to translocation across one or bothExpand
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Flooding-induced membrane damage, lipid oxidation and activated oxygen generation in corn leaves
Flooding effects on membrane permeability, lipid peroxidation and activated oxygen metabolism in corn (Zea mays L.) leaves were investigated to determine if activated oxygens are involved in cornExpand
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Anticoagulant repertoire of the hookworm Ancylostoma caninum.
Hookworms are hematophagous nematodes that infect a wide range of mammalian hosts, including humans. There has been speculation for nearly a century as to the identity of the anticoagulantExpand
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Response of oxidative stress defense systems in rice (Oryza sativa) leaves with supplemental UV-B radiation
The impact of elevated ultraviolet-B radiation (UV-B, 280-320 nm) on membrane systems and lipid peroxidation, and possible involvement of active oxygen radicals was investigated in leaves of two UV-BExpand
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Mitochondrial complex II has a key role in mitochondrial-derived reactive oxygen species influence on plant stress gene regulation and defense
Mitochondria are both a source of ATP and a site of reactive oxygen species (ROS) production. However, there is little information on the sites of mitochondrial ROS (mROS) production or theExpand
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Does anoxia tolerance involve altering the energy currency towards PPi?
Oxygen deficit is an important abiotic stress influencing plants, because this condition results in an 'energy crisis'. Most species only survive short periods of anoxia, but several wetland speciesExpand
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Protein synthesis by rice coleoptiles during prolonged anoxia: implications for glycolysis, growth and energy utilization.
BACKGROUND AND AIMS Anoxia-tolerant plant tissues synthesize a number of proteins during anoxia, in addition to the 'classical anaerobic proteins' involved in glycolysis and fermentation. The presentExpand
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The Roles of Mitochondrial Reactive Oxygen Species in Cellular Signaling and Stress Response in Plants1[OPEN]
Generation of reactive oxygen species by plant mitochondria contributes to cellular signaling and stress response. Mitochondria produce ATP via respiratory oxidation of organic acids and transfer ofExpand
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Ancylostoma caninum anticoagulant peptide: a hookworm-derived inhibitor of human coagulation factor Xa.
Human hookworm infection is a major cause of gastrointestinal blood loss and iron deficiency anemia, affecting up to one billion people in the developing world. These soil-transmitted helminths causeExpand
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