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The centromere1 (CEN1) region of Arabidopsis thaliana: architecture and functional impact of chromatin.
We have analysed the centromere 1 (CEN1) of Arabidopsis thaliana by integration of genetic, sequence and fluorescence in situ hybridisation (FISH) data. CEN1 is considered to include the centromericExpand
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Chloroplast Movement: from Phenomenology to Molecular Biology
In the second half of the 19th century, botanists discovered and became interested in the displacement and reorientation of chloroplasts in the cell, particularly with respect to light. As usual, inExpand
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TERMINOLOGY OF BEHAVIORAL RESPONSES OF MOTILE MICROORGANISMS*
The ad hoc Committee on Behavioral Tcrminology convened at the Conference on Sensory Transduction in Microorganisms in Santa Barbara, California, in January 1976, has considered recommendations forExpand
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New trends in photobiology
Abstract Intracellular rearrangements of chloroplasts with respect to the direction of light, e.g. as found in Vaucheria, Adiantum, Mougeotia and Mesotaenium , are model systems for investigating theExpand
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THE BLUE LIGHT GRADIENT IN UNILATERALLY IRRADIATED MAIZE COLEOPTILES: MEASUREMENT WITH A FIBER OPTIC PROBE
Abstract— The blue light (450 nm) gradient was measured with a fiber optic microsensor in etiolated maize coleoptiles that were irradiated unilaterally. Patterns of transmitted and scattered lightExpand
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Flagellar Activity of the Colony Members of Volvox aureus Ehrbg. during Light Stimulation
SYNOPSIS. The flagellar behavior of the colonial Volvox aureus Ehrbg. was examined by placing 1.01 μ polystyrene particles in suspension with Volvox, and recording particle movementExpand
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[Experimental studies on the course and consequences of infection with Graphidium strigosum (Nematoda, Trichostrongylidae) in Oryctolagus cuniculus (domestic rabbit)].
After oral infection of domesticated rabbits with 1,500 Graphidium strigosum-larvae III third-stage larvae were discovered in the stomach during the next 6 d, fourth-stage larvae from the 8th d andExpand
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The effect of several nucleic acid binding drugs on the cleavage of d(GGAATTCC) and pBR 322 by the Eco RI restriction endonuclease.
The endonucleolytic action of the EcoRI restriction enzyme on the double-stranded oligonucleotide d(GGAATTCC) and the supercoiled plasmid DNA pBR 233 is inhibited by actinomycin D, ethidium bromide,Expand
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Role of Light in Chloroplast Movement
In all photoautotrophic plants, i.e., those which are able to use light as energy source for synthesizing organic material from CO2 and H20, the photosynthetic pigments are bound to membranousExpand
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