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PsbI Affects the Stability, Function, and Phosphorylation Patterns of Photosystem II Assemblies in Tobacco*
Photosystem II (PSII) core complexes consist of CP47, CP43, D1, D2 proteins and of several low molecular weight integral membrane polypeptides, such as the chloroplast-encoded PsbE, PsbF, and PsbIExpand
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Hybridization, polyploidy, and evolutionary transitions between monoecy and dioecy in Bryonia (Cucurbitaceae).
Correns's 1903 (Berichte der Deutschen Botanischen Gesellschaft 21: 133-147) crosses between a monoecious and a dioecious species of Bryonia revealed the simple Mendelian inheritance of dioecy andExpand
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Deletion of PsbM in Tobacco Alters the QB Site Properties and the Electron Flow within Photosystem II*
Photosystem II, the oxygen-evolving complex of photosynthetic organisms, includes an intriguingly large number of low molecular weight polypeptides, including PsbM. Here we describe the firstExpand
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Phylogeography of the ancient Eurasian medicinal plant genus Bryonia (Cucurbitaceae) inferred from nuclear and chloroplast sequences
Medicinal uses of Bryonia (Cucurbitaceae) have been recorded for over two millennia, and even today there is a considerable market for Bryonia preparations in homeopathic medicine. The long use as aExpand
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Construction, database integration, and application of an Oenothera EST library.
Coevolution of cellular genetic compartments is a fundamental aspect in eukaryotic genome evolution that becomes apparent in serious developmental disturbances after interspecific organelleExpand
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A sex‐linked SCAR marker in Bryonia dioica (Cucurbitaceae), a dioecious species with XY sex‐determination and homomorphic sex chromosomes
Genetic crosses between the dioecious Bryonia dioica (Cucurbitaceae) and the monoecious B. alba in 1903 provided the first clear evidence for Mendelian inheritance of dioecy and made B. dioica theExpand
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Deletion of PsbM in tobacco alters the QB site properties and the electron flow within photosystem II.
Pavan Umate, Serena Schwenkert, Izhar Karbat, Cristina Dal Bosco, Lada Mlcòchová, Stefanie Volz, Hagit Zer, Reinhold G. Herrmann, Itzhak Ohad, and Jörg Meurer The WT control in Fig. S2 and the D1,Expand
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Evolution of dioecy in the Cucurbitaceae genus Bryonia
Genetic crosses between the dioecious Bryonia dioica Jacq. (Cucurbitaceae) and the monoecious B. alba L. in 1903 provided the first clear evidence for Mendelian inheritance of dioecy and made B.Expand
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