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Physiological and genetic control of photosynthetic CO2 flux in maize leaves
The carbon-concentrating mechanism of C4 photosynthesis requires a complex set of anatomical and biochemical adaptations. Although there is growing interest in using components of C4 photosynthesis for enhancing photosynthetic ...
MONOLIGNOL AND LIGNAN BIOSYNTHETIC STUDIES: FROM REACTION MECHANISMS TO NEXT GENERATION SEQUENCING
Three objectives were studied: determination of the biochemical mechanisms of an
ADVANCED MICROSCOPY IMAGING OF PHLOEM PROTEINS IN ARABIDOPSIS REVEAL INSIGHTS INTO MUNCH'S PRESSURE FLOW HYPOTHESIS
Phloem proteins have been widely regarded as a wound response mechanism. All imagery showing apparent occlusions of this protein at a sieve plate have been dismissed as preparation artifact and ignored. Unfortunately, these ...
INVESTIGATION INTO PROPERTIES OF C4 PHOTOSYNTHESIS FROM SINGLE-CELL AND KRANZ TYPE SPECIES IN SUAEDOIDEAE (CHENOPODIACEAE)
Although the majority of C4 plants have an anatomy that separates carboxylation and decarboxylation activities between two cell types (Kranz anatomy), some terrestrial plants Bienertia cycloptera, B. sinuspersici and Suaeda ...