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Plant Pathology: Infection Process: Plant Defenses: Genetics of Resistance
... and Pseudomonas, which are extracellular plant pathogens, this event is dependent upon a bacterial membrane transport protein that delivers the elicitor into the plant cell, and is encoded by ... specific protein capable of forming destructive membrane pores, whereas HC-toxin from C. carbonum inhibits a cultivar-specific version of an enzyme that modifies DNA-bound proteins to cause disturbances in ...
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Mycology - Structure and Function - Wall Composition
... structural role. Mating, recognition, wall modification and nutrition involve wall-bound proteins. Hydrophobins are expressed constitutively, and become bound in the wall when the hyphae emerge in air. Lipids ... the monomer shown right) and the glucans are synthesised at the plasma membrane by enzymes embedded in the membrane. Nucleotide sugar precursors are accepted from the cytoplasm, linked and ...
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EXTOXNET PIP - COPPER SULFATE
... sulfate into the blood occurs primarily under the acidic conditions of the stomach. The mucous membrane lining of the intestines acts as a barrier to absorption of ingested copper [8]. After ... in soil and groundwater: Since copper is an element it will persist indefinitely. Copper is bound, or adsorbed, to organic materials, and to clay and mineral surfaces. The degree of adsorption ...
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EXTOXNET PIP - DIQUAT DIBROMIDE
... dermal dosing did cause mild redness, thickening, and scabbing [58]. Moderate to severe eye membrane irritation occurred when diquat dibromide was administered to rabbits [88]. Ingestion of sufficient doses ... erosion of diquat-treated soils near bodies of water indicate that diquat dibromide stays bound to soil particles, remaining biologically inactive in surface waters, such as lakes, rivers, and ...
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Phenol extraction
... 1956). It also separates glycoproteins (Howe, et al, Meth Enzymology 28, 236, 1972) from erythrocyte membrane non-glycoproteins. Basic principles Phenol dissolves proteins (for an interesting example see Cohn, E.J ... it is likely that mRNA binding proteins are the culprits. Extracting DNA Nuclear DNA has bound histones; higher pH's and salt concentrations (or various additives) help to strip ...
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LaMarco/Regulation of Gene Expression
... regulatory DNA sequence elements that represent binding sites for multiple transcription factors. DNA-bound transcriptional regulatory proteins come together [through protein-protein interactions] to form gene- ... contact surface is also used by other proteins like the red blood cell membrane protein ankyrin, the transcriptional repressor protein IkB, and the developmental regulatory protein Notch ...
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www.seaweed.ie
... of a box with an overlapping lid. Diatoms are unicellular or colonial coccoid algae. Have membrane-bound chloroplasts and nuclei. Most are aquatic, occurring in the sea or in freshwater, but some ...
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UCMP Glossary: G
... the primary product of photosynthesis. It is polymerized to make cellulose and chitin. glycoprotein -- a membrane-bound protein which has attached branching carbohydrates. These may function in cell-cell recognition, such as ...
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UCMP Glossary: N
... In vertebrates, the backbone is deposited around the notochord and nerve cord. nuclear membrane -- The double membrane which surrounds the eukaryotic nucleus. It has many pores in its surface ... bound by a membrane. nucleotide -- unit from which nucleic acids are constructed by polymerization. It contains a sugar, a phosphate group, and an organic base. ATP is a nucleotide. nucleus -- Membrane-bound ...
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Dr. Robert T. Mullen, Faculty Profile: Publications, Department of Botany, University of Guelph
... P. Kim, P.K., Andrews, D.W., McNew, J.A. and Mullen, R.T. 2004. Membrane-bound fatty acid desaturases are inserted cotranslationally into the ER and contain different ER retrieval motifs ... R.T. 2003. Characterization of the targeting signal of the Arabidopsis 22 kilodalton integral peroxisomal membrane protein. Plant Physiology, 133: 813-828. This paper describes the results of a comprehensive ...
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