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Photoprotective Energy Dissipation Involves the Reorganization of Photosystem II Light-Harvesting Complexes in the Grana Membranes of Spinach Chloroplasts[W]
The rapidly reversible macrostructural changes in higher-plant chloroplast thylakoid membrane organization accompanying photoprotective energy dissipation (qE) are studied using freeze-fractureExpand
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Stomatal differentiation and abnormal stomata in hornworts
Abstract This light and electron microscope study reveals considerable uniformity in hornwort stomata morphology and density in contrast to common spatial and developmental abnormalities inExpand
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IPM Strategies and Their Dilemmas Including an Introduction to www. eurowheat.org
Information about disease management in winter wheat (Triticum aestiva) in eight European countries was collated and analysed by scientists and extension workers within the European Network for theExpand
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Light-harvesting antenna composition controls the macrostructure and dynamics of thylakoid membranes in Arabidopsis.
We characterized a set of Arabidopsis mutants deficient in specific light-harvesting proteins, using freeze-fracture electron microscopy to probe the organization of complexes in the membrane andExpand
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Visualizing the mobility and distribution of chlorophyll proteins in higher plant thylakoid membranes: effects of photoinhibition and protein phosphorylation.
The diffusion of proteins in chloroplast thylakoid membranes is believed to be important for processes including the photosystem-II repair cycle and the regulation of light harvesting. However, toExpand
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Preservational Pathways of Corresponding Brains of a Cambrian Euarthropod
The record of arthropod body fossils is traceable back to the "Cambrian explosion," marked by the appearance of most major animal phyla. Exceptional preservation provides crucial evidence forExpand
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Seasonal Patterns of Spore Dispersal of Phaeosphaeria spp. and Stagonospora spp.
The spatial and temporal patterns of discharge and dissemination of airborne spores of Phaeosphaeria spp. and Stagonospora spp. were studied. Both ascospores and pycnidiospores of the pathogens wereExpand
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Identification of Shell Colour Pigments in Marine Snails Clanculus pharaonius and C. margaritarius (Trochoidea; Gastropoda)
Colour and pattern are key traits with important roles in camouflage, warning and attraction. Ideally, in order to begin to understand the evolution and ecology of colour in nature, it is importantExpand
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Toxigenic Fusarium species infecting wheat heads in Poland
Toxigenic Fusarium species are common pathogens of wheat and other cereals worldwide. In total, 449 wheat heads from six localities in Poland, heavily infected with Fusarium during 2009 season, wereExpand
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Transmission of Stagonospora nodorum and Fusarium spp. on Triticale and Wheat Seed and the Effect of Seedborne Stagonospora nodorum on Disease Severity under Field Conditions
Spring and winter triticale and wheat were used to study seed transmission and the effect of seedborne inoculum on Stagonospora nodorum blotch in the field. Infected seed was shown to serve as aExpand
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