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Maize is unique since it is both monoecious and diclinous (separate male and female flowers on the same plant). We investigated the proteome and phosphoproteome of maize pollen containing modified proteins and here we provide a comprehensive pollen proteome and phosphoproteome which contain 100,990 peptides from 6750 proteins and 5292 phosphorylated sites(More)
Phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase (PEPCK)—the major decarboxylase in PEPCK-type C4 plants—is also present in appreciable amounts in the bundle sheath cells of NADP-malic enzyme-type C4 plants, such as maize (Zea mays), where it plays an apparent crucial role during photosynthesis (Wingler et al., in Plant Physiol 120(2):539–546, 1999; Furumoto et al., in(More)
Particle size distributions (PSDs) are often rendered as cumulative functions, either as number of particles larger than a certain diameter, or as mass smaller than a certain diameter. According to the application status of low rank brown coals of Inner Mongolia, the fractal characteristics of particle size distribution function of raw brown coals and(More)
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