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Genome-wide Association Mapping Identifies a New Arsenate Reductase Enzyme Critical for Limiting Arsenic Accumulation in Plants
A genome-wide association study identifies the enzyme in plants that transforms arsenate into arsenite, allowing its extrusion into the soil and thereby controlling arsenic accumulation.
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Estimation of Hymenopteran Parasitism in Cereal Aphids by Using Molecular Markers
Abstract Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) primers were designed and tested for identification of immature parasitoids in small grain cereal aphids and for estimation of parasitism rates. PCR techniqueExpand
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Cross-Species Transmission in the Speciation of the Currently Known Murinae-Associated Hantaviruses
ABSTRACT To gain more insight into the phylogeny of Dabieshan virus (DBSV), carried by Niviventer confucianus and other Murinae-associated hantaviruses, genome sequences of novel variants of DBSVExpand
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Targeting and assembly of components of the TOC protein import complex at the chloroplast outer envelope membrane
The translocon at the outer envelope membrane of chloroplasts (TOC) initiates the import of thousands of nuclear encoded preproteins required for chloroplast biogenesis and function. The multimericExpand
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Knock-Down of a Tonoplast Localized Low-Affinity Nitrate Transporter OsNPF7.2 Affects Rice Growth under High Nitrate Supply
The large nitrate transporter 1/peptide transporter family (NPF) has been shown to transport diverse substrates, including nitrate, amino acids, peptides, phytohormones, and glucosinolates. However,Expand
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Hantaviruses in small mammals and humans in the coastal region of Zhejiang Province, China
To gain more insights into the epidemiology of hantaviruses in the coastal region of Zhejiang Province, China, the morbidity and mortality of hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome (HFRS) wereExpand
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Seohaeicola westpacificensis sp. nov., A Novel Member of Genera Seohaeicola Isolated from Deep West Pacific Sea Water
Strain JL2247T, an aerobic, Gram-negative, gliding motile bacterium, was isolated from the western Pacific at the depth of 2,000 m. The cell was spindle-shaped with two narrow poles, and flagellaExpand
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A new subtype of Thottapalayam virus carried by the Asian house shrew (Suncus murinus) in China.
Recently, many novel hantavirus species carried by insectivore had been found. In order to know whether the insectivore-associated hantaviruses exist in China, Asian house shrew (Suncus murinus) wereExpand
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Targeted Proteomics Allows Quantification of Ethylene Receptors and Reveals SlETR3 Accumulation in Never-Ripe Tomatoes
Ethylene regulates fruit ripening and several plant functions (germination, plant growth, plant-microbe interactions). Protein quantification of ethylene receptors (ETRs) is essential to study theirExpand
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Detection and sequence analysis of two novel co-infecting double-strand RNA mycoviruses in Ustilaginoidea virens
Four novel double-stranded RNA molecules, named dsRNA 1 (5124 bp), dsRNA 2(1711 bp), dsRNA 3 (1423 bp) and dsRNA 4 (855 bp), were detected in strain HNHS-1 of Ustilaginoidea virens, the causal agentExpand
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