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comparative mechanisms

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Department of Plant Biology - Facilities
... Room TP248.E5U37 Underwood, Larry S. Tieszen, Larry L. Callahan, Arthur B. Folk, G. Edgar Comparative Mechanisms of Cold Adaptation Academic Press, London   1977 Row 1 QP82.2C6C64 Union internationale de chimie ...
carnegiedpb.stanford.edu

plants without water - Project Proposal
... "Desiccation Tolerance in Animals, Microbes, and Plants: Comparative Mechanisms and Evolution" to be held at the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology meeting, January 4-8, 2005, San Diego, ... , biochemistry, genetics, anatomy, physiology, and ecology of tolerance to help understand the comparative mechanisms of tolerance and the evolutionary basis for the apparent trade off between ...
ucjeps.berkeley.edu

Comparative screening of bacteria for biological control of potato late blight (strain US-8), using in-vitro, detached-leaves, and whole-plant testing systems
... (strain US-8), using in-vitro, detached-leaves, and whole-plant testing systems Comparative screening of bacteria for biological control of potato late blight (strain US-8), ... . Bacteria with biocontrol activity were from the genera Bacillus, Pseudomonas, Rahnella, and Serratia. Mechanisms of inhibition characterized included those occurring directly, through antibiosis, and (or) indirectly, through ...
pubs.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca

plants without water
... in plants, microbes, and animals will be held at the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology meeting, January 4-8, 2005, San Diego, California." [more info] Plants die without ... to uncover the genes and mechanisms by which Tortula ruralis and other desiccation tolerant plants regenerate after extreme drought. The understanding of such mechanisms might allow the genetic engineering of ...
ucjeps.berkeley.edu

APSnet Feature - Return of an Old Problem:Fusarium Head Blight of Small Grains
... type I resistance is reduced incidence of infection. This needs to be determined in comparative trials using moderate airborne inoculum and under moderately favorable environmental conditions, since Type I ... expression of resistance of each of these types may well involve several different physiological mechanisms, since multiple genes on different chromosomes are known (2, 38). In addition to these ...
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Department of Biology: Plant Ecophysiology Group: People: Phd students: Sasidharan
... 6838, room Z407, email: R.Sasidharan@bio.uu.nl Light regulation of the molecular mechanisms underlying cell wall extension and concomitant growth responses. When plant cells expand, they do ... response in both ecotypes. This then constitutes a good comparative system in which to investigate the light regulation of the molecular mechanisms of cell wall extensibility. Possible means of regulation ...
www.bio.uu.nl

UMass Amherst: Biology Department -> Faculty
... of Thyroid, and the Mechanisms of Thyroid Hormone Action on Brain Development Elizabeth Brainerd* Adjunct Associate Professor Functional Morphology, Comparative Physiology, and Biomechanics ... Adjunct Associate Professor Diane M. Kelly* Adjunct Research Assistant Professor Functional & Comparative Reproductive Morphology Steve McCormick Adjunct Assistant Professor Environmental and endocrine control ...
www.bio.umass.edu

Department of Biology: Plant Ecophysiology Group: Publications: 2000
... Kooijman SALM. A dynamic whole-plant model of integrated metabolism of nitrogen and carbon. 1. Comparative ecological implications of ammonium-nitrate interactions. Plant Soil 220: 49-69. Bijlsma RJ and Lambers ... to high light conditions in mature leaves of Coffea arabica L.: role of xanthophylls, quenching mechanisms and nitrogen nutrion. Austr. J. Plant Physiol. 27: 43-51. Rijkers T, Pons TL and ...
www.bio.uu.nl

UMass Amherst Microbiology | Faculty
... completely overlapping set of genes coding for key metabolic control points and defense mechanisms. This unusual regulatory circuit design was assembled fairly recently in the ancestor of ... , these transcriptional activators historically bound the same set of genes we are using comparative experimental and computational approaches for determining the regulatory network structure and creating models ...
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UGA Plant Biology | Faculty
... . Work is currently being done on a variety of problems ranging from genetic regulatory mechanisms to plant speciation and community disturbance ecology. Equal to the breadth of research problems ... cell and molecular biology e-mail homepage Katrien Devos University of Ghent, Belgium, 1992 Grass Comparative Genomics e-mail homepage Lisa Donovan Utah, 1992 Plant physiological ecology e-mail homepage ...
www.botany.uga.edu




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