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EXTOXNET PIP - MCPA
... concentrating in the actively growing regions of a plant (meristematic tissue), where it interferes with protein synthesis, cell division, and ultimately the growth of non-resistant plants [7]. It is actively broken ...
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EXTOXNET PIP - ACETOCHLOR
... , with higher concentrations in vegetative parts rather than in reproductive parts. Acetochlor appears to inhibit protein synthesis in susceptible plants (205, 207). PHYSICAL PROPERTIES AND GUIDELINES Physical Properties: Appearance: Technical acetochlor is ...
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Tree Physiology, Volume 4, 1988: Contents
... . Garrett and G. S. Cox Tree Physiology 4:19–26 [ Summary ] [ Full Text ] Inhibition of protein synthesis in loblolly pine hypocotyls by mannitol-induced water stress C. Hulbert, E. A. Funkhouser, E ...
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Plant Physiology
... Chemistry. Professor of Biochemistry and Plant Physiology. M.D. 1968, Nebraska. Protein synthesis and localization; processing of proteins in plant secretory pathways; vacuole biogenesis. CROTEAU ... Scripps Institution of Oceanography, U.C. San Diego. Biochemistry of starch synthesis and protein localization; metabolic genetic engineering of plants for increased productivity; mRNA localization ...
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Qβ replicase
... I- Qβ replicase 1- "Replicase" - makes copies of template (through (-) strand intermediate) 2- Autocatalytic synthesis (product is also a template) 3- Qβ RNA is the only effective natural ... tightly) II- Polypeptide composition - 4 polypeptides 1- S1 - ribosomal protein (plus strand RNA binding site) 2- Tu, Ts - host protein synthesis chain elongation factors III- Template specificity 1- Qβ RNA ...
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Glossary
... gamete-producing gametophyte anisogametes motile gametes which differ slightly in size autotrophic nutrition synthesis of organic food molecules from inorganic compounds such as carbon dioxide benthic ... more planes rhizoid hair-like filamentous anchorage/absorbing organ ribosome organelle responsible for protein synthesis seed fern extinct seed-bearing plants with fern-like leaves sorus cluster of ...
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Biology 201 Lecture Notes
... /17/06 DNA Structure and Function - Chapter 16 Updated 11/24/06 DNA, RNA and Protein Synthesis - Chapter 17 Updated 11/26/06 Gene Alterations and Mutations - Chapter 15, pp. 286 - 288 ...
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Structure and Function of Organelles
... is the site of ribosome formation. Ribosomes Ribosomes are the sites of protein synthesis , where RNA is translated into protein. Protein synthesis is extremely important to cells, and so large numbers of ribosomes are ... the site of many metabolic cycles and synthetic pathways, as well as the location of protein synthesis. All of these are absolutely necessary to the survival of the cell, and are ...
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Tranlation of RNA to protein
... of RNA to protein Central Dogma Translation The Ribosome How do messenger RNAs direct protein synthesis ? The cellular factory responsible for synthesizing proteins is the ribosome. The ribosome consists of structural ... has a specific anticodon and acceptor site. Each tRNA also has a specific charger protein; this protein can only bind to that particular tRNA and attach the correct amino acid to ...
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Lab Manual Exercise #2
... duplicate. B. S-Phase: DNA replication (chomosomes become doubled). C. G2 Phase: Cell growth and protein synthesis. II. M-Phase (Period of Cell Division): (2 hours) A. Karyokinesis (Mitosis or Nuclear Division ... is composed of ribosomal RNA and is the site of protein synthesis within the cell. Prior to cell division, two pairs of protein bodies called centrioles are present in the cytoplasm at one ...
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