Sample records for CLOROPLASTOS (chloroplasts)
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Variación en el número de cloroplastos por estoma en series trisómicas primarias de remolacha azucarera

Gracia Gimeno, María Pilar; Lasa Dolhagaray, José Manuel; Romagosa, Ignacio; Medina del Río, Blanca
1983-01-01

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El cloroplasto: composición, función y estructura

Val Falcón, Jesús; Heras Cobo, Luis; Monge Pacheco, Emilio
1987-01-01

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Anatomía comparada de la lámina foliar de las especies de heliotropium l. (boraginaceae) presentes en venezuela

Fariña, Ángel; Arrieche, Dwight; Boada-Sucre, Alpidio; Velázquez, Dilia
2003-02-01

Resumen en portugués Resumo O gênero Heliotropium está representado na Venezuela por dez espécies. Estas espécies podem apresentar problemas de identificação, particularmente as da sessão Ortostachys. Com o fim de detectar novos caracteres para sua identificação, se realizou um estudo anatômico da lamina foliar das espécies de Heliotropium presentes no país. Foram de utilidade como caracteres diagnósticos, a presença e localização de cristais parecidos a cistólitos, as caract (mas) erísticas do indumento, a densidade de estomas e uma anatomia parecida a do tipo Kranz em algumas espécies. A localização de cristais similares a cistólitos nos feixes vasculares de H. filiforme parecera ser um caráter não utilizado previamente com fins diagnósticos para o gênero nem para a família. A presença de uma tira de células envolventes do feixe vascular com cloroplastos distintos aos do resto do mesófilo, em H. fruticosum, H. Purdiei e H. ternatum, pudera estar indicando um possível metabolismo C4 para a fixação de Carbono. A ausência deste caráter em outras espécies pertencentes a mesma subseção poderia marcar o inicio para uma reconsideração taxonômica. Resumen en español Resumen El género Heliotropium está representado en Venezuela por diez especies. Estas especies pueden presentar problemas de identificación, en particular las de la sección Ortostachys. A fin de detectar nuevos caracteres para su identificación, se llevó a cabo un estudio anatómico de la lámina foliar de las especies de Heliotropium presentes en el país. Fueron de utilidad como caracteres diagnósticos, la presencia y ubicación de cristales parecidos a cistolit (mas) os, las características del indumento, la densidad de estomas y una anatomía parecida a la del tipo Kranz en algunas especies. La localización de cristales similares a cistolitos en los haces vasculares de H. filiforme pareciera ser un carácter no utilizado previamente con fines diagnósticos para el género ni para la familia. La presencia de una vaina de células envolventes del haz vascular con cloroplastos distintos a los del resto del mesófilo, en H. fruticosum, H. Purdiei y H. ternatum, pudiera estar indicando un posible metabolismo C4 para la fijación de Carbono. La ausencia de este carácter en otras especies pertenecientes a la misma subsección podría marcar el inicio para una reconsideración taxonómica. Resumen en inglés Summary The genus Heliotropium is represented in Venezuela by ten species. These species can present problems in taxonomic identification, particularly in the Ortostachys section. In order to detect new characters for their identification, an anatomical study of leaves of Heliotropium species found in this country was performed. The occurrence and localization of crystals resembling cystoliths, the characteristics of the indumentum, the density of stomata and a particular (mas) anatomy similar to Kranz in some species, were useful diagnostic characters. The position of crystals resembling cystoliths in the bundle sheath of H. filiforme could be a character not previously used with diagnostic purposes. The occurrence of a bundle sheath with chloroplasts different to those in the rest of the mesophyll in H. fruticosum, H. Purdiei y H. ternatum, could be indicative of a possible C4 metabolism for Carbon uptake. The absence of this character in other species in the same subsection could be the beginning of a taxonomic reconsideration.

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FASE SEXUAL DE CYCLOPELTIS SEMICORDATA (LOMARIOPSIDACEAE)/ The sexual Phase of Cyclopeltis semicordata (Lomariopsidaceae)

RINCÓN-BARÓN, EDGAR J.; ORTIZ-BÁEZ, SUSANA; ROCHA-NUÑEZ, NICOLÁS; MANTILLA-MARTÍNEZ, MARCELA; TORRES-MONTAGUT, OSCAR; PÉREZ- GARCÍA, BLANCA
2008-12-01

Resumen en español Se describe la morfogénesis del gametofito de Cyclopeltis semicordata (Lomariopsidaceae). El material fue recolectado en Bucaramanga, Departamento de Santander, Colombia. Las esporas son monoletes, elipsoidales con perina plegada y no clorofílicas. La germinación es del tipo Vittaria y se inicia entre los 8 y los 12 días después de la siembra; el desarrollo protálico es del tipo Aspidium; los gametofitos adultos son cordiforme-espatulados, monoicos, con tricomas uni (mas) celulares, ligeramente capitados, generalmente con secreción de aceite extracelular, éstos se ubican marginal y superficialmente en el prótalo. Los rizoides del prótalo no poseen cloroplastos. Los gametangios son del tipo común de los helechos leptosporangiados; son protándricos; las primeras hojas del esporofito se desarrollaron después del día 131 a partir de la germinación de las esporas. El desarrollo protálico de C. semicordata es similar al citado para las especies de Tectariaceae y Dryopteridaceae. Resumen en inglés Morphogenesis of the gametophyte of Cyclopeltis semicordata (Lomariopsidaceae) is describedfrom material collected in Bucaramanga, Santander Department, Colombia. The spores are monolete, ellipsoid with folded perina, and non-chlorophyllous. The germination is Vittaria- type and occurs 8 to 12 days after the spores are sown; the prothallial development is Aspidium-type; adult gametophytes are cordiform-spatulate, monoecious, with unicellular, slightly capitate trichomes, (mas) generally secreting extracellular oilsand located marginally and superficially in the prothallus. Rhizoids of the prothallus lack chloroplasts. Gametangia are of the type commonly found in leptosporangiate homosporous ferns; they are protandrous.The first leaves of the sporophyte were observed after the 131st day following spore germination. The prothallial development of the species C. semicordata is similar to that registered for other species belonging to Tectariaceae and Dryopteridaceae.

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Caracterización de Typhlocybella maidica (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) y descripción del daño producido en plantas de maíz y gramíneas asociadas en la Argentina/ Characterization of Typhlocybella maidica (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) and description of the damage caused in maize plants and associated gramineous in Argentina

Brentassi, María E.; Catalano, María I.; Paradell, Susana; Marino de Remes L, Ana M.
2010-06-01

Resumen en español Los muestreos realizados en el área maicera centro de la Argentina durante las campañas 2006-2008, con el fin de identificar la composición específica de auquenorrincos presentes permitieron detectar altas densidades de "chicharritas", pertenecientes a la subfamilia Typhlocybinae, que causaban evidentes daños. Este hallazgo motivó la primera mención para la Argentina del género Typhlocybella Baker y la descripción de una nueva especie: Typhlocybella maidica Catal (mas) ano. El objetivo fue describir los perjuicios ocasionados por la alimentación de T. maidica sobre sus hospederos naturales y dar a conocer las características más sobresalientes para su identificación. T. maidica se reconoce por su pequeño tamaño (3mm), coloración castaño-amarillenta con dos manchas fuscas a ambos lados de la corona, alas anteriores con manchas anaranjadas y castañas, y por su característico vuelo corto y rápido entre las plantas hospederas. El daño consiste en típicas áreas cloróticas alineadas en zig-zag sobre ambas epidermis foliares. El examen microscópico reveló la pérdida de cloroplastos de las células del mesófilo y de la vaina parenquimática que rodea al haz vascular, así como una alteración morfológica de aquellos presentes en la vaina. Depósitos salivales, asociados particularmente con el floema, también fueron detectados. T. maidica se alimenta principalmente del contenido de las células del mesófilo, usando la estrategia de alimentación conocida como "cell-rupturing". La alta frecuencia de lesiones observadas sobre el maíz motiva a proseguir con los estudios de evaluación de perjuicios causados por esta especie y de su importancia en la sanidad del cultivo. Resumen en inglés In surveys performed during 2006-2008 in order to identify the specific composition of auchenorrhynchous present in maize crops in the central area of Argentina, high densities of leafhoppers belonging to the Typhlocybinae subfamily were found in several sites associated with damage to corn leaves. This finding prompted the first mention of the Typhlocybella Baker genus for Argentina, and also the description of a new species: Typhlocybella maidica Catalano. The objective (mas) was to describe the feeding damage caused by T. maidica on its host plants and to show its main characteristics for identification. T. maidica is recognized by its small size (3mm), brown-yellowish color with two lateral fuscous spots on its crown, forewings with orange and brown marks, and the typical short and active flight movement among host plants. The damage produced consisted in typical chlorotic areas arranged in zigzag, on both foliar epidermises. Microscopic examination revealed lost of chloroplasts in mesophyll and vascular bundle parenchymal sheath cells and changes in the morphology of the chloroplasts of the bundle sheath. Also, the presence of salivary deposits particularly in relation to phloem was observed. T. maidica feeds primarily from mesophyll cell contents using the cell rupturing feeding strategy. The high frequency of leaf injuries on maize stimulates the pursuit of new studies in order to evaluate the importance of the damages caused by this species, as well as to determine if they play a role in the health of the crop.

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Zea mays L. transglutaminase expression in Escherichia coli

Carvajal, Patricia; Villalobos, Enrique; Campos, Alexandre; Torné, J. Mª.; Barberà, Eduard; Santos, Mireya
2006-10-10

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Unusual tolerance to high temperatures in a new herbicide-resistant D1 mutant from Glycine max (L.) Merr. cell cultures deficient in fatty acid desaturation

Alfonso Lozano, Miguel; Yruela Guerrero, Inmaculada; Almarcegui, S.; Torrado, Elena; Pérez, M. A.; Picorel Castaño, Rafael
2001-03-01

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Tribal and Subtribal Delimitation and Phylogeny of the Cardueae (Asteraceae): A Combined Nuclear and Chloroplast DNA Analysis

Garcia-Jacas, Núria; Garnatje, Teresa; Susanna de la Serna, Alfonso; Vilatersana, Roser
2001-01-01

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The polyploid series of Centaurea toletana: Glacial migrations and introgression revealed by nrDNA and cpDNA sequence analyzes

Garcia-Jacas, Núria; Soltis, Pamela S.; Font, Mónica; Vilatersana, Roser; Soltis, Douglas; Susanna de la Serna, Alfonso
2009-08-01

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The glutathione peroxidase gene family of Lotus japonicus. Characterization of genomic clones, expression analyses and immunolocalization in legumes

Ramos Escribano, Javier; Matamoros Galindo, Manuel Antonio; Naya, Loreto; James, Euan K.; Rouhier, Nicolas; Sato, Shusei; Tabata, Satoshi; Becana Ausejo, Manuel
2009-01-01

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The Cardueae (Compositae) revisited: insights from a combined ITS, trnL-trnF and matK nuclear and chloroplast DNA analysis.

Susanna de la Serna, Alfonso; Garcia-Jacas, Núria; Hidalgo, O.; Vilatersana, Roser; Garnatje, Teresa
2006-01-01

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Subcellular compartmentalisation of cadmium in white lupins determined by energy-dispersive X-ray microanalysis

Vázquez, S.; Fernández Pascual, Mercedes; Sánchez Pardo, Beatriz; Carpena, R. O.; Zornoza, Pilar
2007-01-01

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Subcellular Effects of Drought Stress in Rosmarinus officinalis

Olmos, Enrique; Sánchez-Blanco, María Jesús; Ferrández, Trinitario; Alarcón Cabañero, Juan José
2008-02-14

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17

Stay-green phenotype slows the carotenogenic process in Capsicum annuum (L.) fruits

Roca, María; Hornero Méndez, Dámaso; Gandul Rojas, Beatriz; Mínguez Mosquera, María Isabel
2006-10-25

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Rice NTRC Is a High-Efficiency Redox System for Chloroplast Protection against Oxidative Damage

Pérez-Ruiz, Juan Manuel; Spínola, María Cristina; Kirchsteiger, Kerstin; Moreno, Javier; Sahrawy, Mariam; Cejudo, Francisco Javier
2006-09-01

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Plastid cues posttranscriptionally regulate the accumulation of key enzymes of the methylerythritol phosphate pathway in Arabidopsis

Sauret Güeto, Susanna; Botella Pavía, Patricia; Flores Pérez, Úrsula; Martínez García, Jaime F.; San Román, Carolina; León, Patricia; Boronat, Albert; Rodríguez Concepción, Manuel
2006-03-10

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Phylogenetic, morphological, and chemotaxonomic incongruence in the North American endemic genus Echinacea

Flagel, Lex E.; Rapp, Ryan A.; Grover, Corrinne E.; Widrlechner, Mark P.; Hawkins, Jennifer; Grafenberg, Jessie L.; Álvarez, Inés; Chung, Gyu Young; Wendel, Jonathan F.
2008-01-01

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Photosynthetic activity of the solar-powered lagoon mollusc Elysia timida (Risso, 1818) (Opisthobranchia: Sacoglossa)

Giménez Casalduero, Francisca; Muniain, Claudia

The sacoglossan Elysia timida (Risso, 1818) is typical of shallow sea areas and coastal lagoons. It retains symbiotic functional chloroplasts derived from its algal food Acetabularia acetabulum (Linnaeus) for 45 days. However, some aspects of the photosynthetic behaviour of the mollusc-chloroplast a...

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Photoinhibition and recovery in a herbicide-resistant mutant from Glycine max (L.) Merr. cell cultures deficient in fatty acid unsaturation

Alfonso Lozano, Miguel; Collados, Raquel; Yruela Guerrero, Inmaculada; Picorel Castaño, Rafael
2004-07-01

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Photochemical Apparatus Organization in the Chloroplasts of Two Beta vulgaris Genotypes

Abadía Bayona, Javier; Glick, Richard E.; Taylor, Scott E.; Terry, Norman; Melis, Anastasios
1985-11-01

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Peroxynitrite inhibits electron transport on the acceptor side of higher plant photosystem II

González-Pérez, Sergio ; Quijano, Celia ; Romero, Natalia ; Melo, Thor Bernt ; Radi, Rafael ; Arellano, Juan B.

Peroxynitrite is a strong oxidant that has been proposed to form in chloroplasts. The interaction between peroxynitrite and photosystem II (PSII) has been investigated to determine whether this oxidant could be a hazard for PSII. Peroxynitrite is shown to inhibit oxygen evolution in PSII membranes i...

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Peroxynitrite inhibits electron transport on the acceptor side of higher plant photosystem II

González-Pérez, Sergio; Quijano, Celia; Romero, Natalia; Melo, Thor Bernt; Radi, Rafael; Arellano, Juan B.
2008-05-01

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Oxidative stress induced by long-term plum pox virus infection in peach (Prunus persica)

Hernández, José Antonio; Rubio, Manuel; Olmos, Enrique; Ros Barceló, Alfonso; Martínez-Gómez, Pedro
2004-11-25

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Oxidative Damage in Pea Plants Exposed to Water Deficit or Paraquat

Iturbe-Ormaetxe, I.; Escuredo, P. R.; Arrese-Igor, César; Becana Ausejo, Manuel
1998-01-01

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Overproduction of salicylic acid in plants by bacterial transgenes enhances pathogen resistance

Verberne, Marianne C.; Verpoorte, Rob; Bol, John F.; Mercado-Blanco, Jesús; Linthorst, Huub J.M.
2000-07-01

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On the origin of artichoke and cardoon from the Cynara gene pool as revealed by rDNA sequence variation

Vilatersana, Roser; Sonnante, Gabriella; Carluccio, Anna Vittoria; Pignone, Domenico
2007-01-01

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Natural genetic variation of Arabidopsis thaliana is geographically structured in the Iberian peninsula

Picó, F. Xavier; Méndez-Vigo, Belén; Martínez-Zapater, José M.; Alonso-Blanco, Carlos
2008-08-20

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Molecular confirmation of the position of Gossypium trifurcatum Vollesen

Rapp, Ryan A.; Álvarez, Inés; Wendel, Jonathan F.
2005-09-01

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Molecular characterization of almond cultivars and related wild species using nuclear and chloroplast DNA markers

Zeinalabedini, Mehrshad; Majourhat, Khalid; Khayam-Nekoui, Mojtaba; Grigorian, Vazgin; Toorchi, M.; Dicenta, Federico; Martínez-Gómez, Pedro
2007-01-01

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Long-term plum pox virus infection produces an oxidative stress in a susceptible apricot, Prunus armeniaca, cultivar but not in a resistant cultivar

Hernández, José Antonio; Díaz-Vivancos, Pedro; Rubio, Manuel; Olmos, Enrique; Ros Barceló, Alfonso; Martínez-Gómez, Pedro
2005-11-25

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Localization in Roots and Flowers of Pea Chloroplastic Thioredoxin f and Thioredoxin m Proteins Reveals New Roles in Nonphotosynthetic Organs

Barajas-López, Juan de Dios; Serrato, Antonio Jesús; Olmedilla, Adela; Chueca, Ana; Sahrawy, Mariam
2007-11-01

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In Situ Molecular Identification of the Plastid ω3 Fatty Acid Desaturase FAD7 from Soybean: Evidence of Thylakoid Membrane Localization

Andreu, Vanesa; Collados Collados, Raquel; Sánchez-Testillano, Pilar; Risueño, María del Carmen; Picorel Castaño, Rafael; Alfonso Lozano, Miguel
2007-10-01

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Identification and subcellular localization of the soybean copper P1B-ATPase GmHMA8 transporter

Bernal Ibáñez, María; Sánchez-Testillano, Pilar; Alfonso Lozano, Miguel; Risueño, María del Carmen; Picorel Castaño, Rafael; Yruela Guerrero, Inmaculada
2007-04-01

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Generic boundaries and evolution of characters in the Arctium group : a nuclear and chloroplast DNA analysis

Susanna de la Serna, Alfonso; Garcia-Jacas, Núria; Vilatersana, Roser; Garnatje, Teresa
2003-01-01

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Generic Delimitation and Phylogeny of the Subtribe Centaureinae (Asteraceae): A Combined Nuclear and Chloroplast DNA Analysis

Garcia-Jacas, Núria; Susanna de la Serna, Alfonso; Garnatje, Teresa; Vilatersana, Roser
2001-01-01

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Functional characterization of the evolutionarily divergent fern plastocyanin

Navarro, José A.; Lowe, Christian E.; Amons, Reinout; Kohzuma, Takamitsu; Canters, Gerard W.; Rosa, Miguel A. de la; Ubbink, Marcellus; Hervás, Manuel
2004-07-30

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Functional Characterization and Expression of a Cytosolic Iron-Superoxide Dismutase from Cowpea Root Nodules

Morán, José F.; James, E. K.; Rubio Luna, Mari Carmen; Sarath, G.; Klucas, R. V.; Becana Ausejo, Manuel
2003-09-01

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Expression of allene oxide cyclase and accumulation of jasmonates during organogenic nodule formation from hop (Humulus lupulus var. Nugget) internodes

Fortes, Ana M.; Miersch, Otto; Lange, Peter R.; Malhó, Rui; Sánchez-Testillano, Pilar; Risueño, María del Carmen; Wasternack, Claus; Pais, María S.
2005-08-12

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Excess copper induces structural changes in cultured photosynthetic soybean cells

Bernal Ibáñez, María; Sánchez-Testillano, Pilar; Risueño, María del Carmen; Yruela Guerrero, Inmaculada
2006-11-01

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Excess copper effect on growth, chloroplast ultrastructure, oxygen-evolution activity and chlorophyll fluorescence in Glycine max cell suspensions

Bernal Ibáñez, María; Ramiro Pascual, María Victoria; Cases, Rafael; Picorel Castaño, Rafael; Yruela Guerrero, Inmaculada
2006-06-01

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Evolutionary divergence of chloroplast FAD synthetase proteins

Yruela Guerrero, Inmaculada; Arilla-Luna, S.; Medina, M.; Contreras-Moreira, Bruno
2010-10-01

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Evidence for the involvement of lipoxygenase in the oxidative processes associated with the appearance of green staining alteration in the Gordal olive

Gallardo Guerrero, Lourdes; Jarén-Galán, M.; Hornero Méndez, Dámaso; Mínguez Mosquera, María Isabel
2003-11-01

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Etiology of UV-C-Induced Browning in Var. Superior White Table Grapes

González-Barrio, Rocío; Salmenkallio-Marttila, Marjatta; Tomás Barberán, Francisco; Cantos Villar, Emma; Espín de Gea, Juan Carlos
2005-06-25

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Electron Beam Ionization Induced Oxidative Enzymatic Activities in Pepper (Capsicum annuum L.), Associated with Ultrastructure Cellular Damages

Martínez-Solano, J. R.; Sánchez-bel, P.; Egea, I.; Olmos, Enrique; Hellín, Eladio; Romojaro Almela, Félix Ramón
2005-10-06

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Effects of sodium chloride on water potential components, hydraulic conductivity, gas exchange and leaf ultrastructure of Arbutus unedo plants

Navarro García, Alejandra; Bañón, Sebastián; Olmos, Enrique; Sánchez-Blanco, María Jesús
2007-03-01

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Effect of a Brassinosteroid Analogue and High Temperature Stress on Leaf Ultrastructure of Lycopersicon Esculentum

Sam, O.; Núñez, M.; Ruiz Sánchez, Mª Carmen; Dell' Amico, José; Falcón, V.; Rosa, M. C. de la; Seoane, J.
2001-06-01

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Effect of Plum Pox Virus infection on photosynthesis and antioxidant enzyme activity in peach 'GF305'

Hernández, José Antonio; Olmos, Enrique; Portillo, B.; Rubio, Manuel; Dicenta, Federico; Martínez-Gómez, Pedro
2004-01-01

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Differences in the Effects of Simulated Sea Aerosol on Water Relations, Salt Content, and Leaf Ultrastructure of Rock-Rose Plants

Sánchez-Blanco, María Jesús; Rodríguez, Pedro; Olmos, Enrique; Morales, María Angeles; Torrecillas Melendreras, Arturo
2003-04-06

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Differences in the Activity of Superoxide Dismutase, Polyphenol Oxidase and Cu-Zn Content in the Fruits of Gordal and Manzanilla Olive Varieties

Hornero Méndez, Dámaso; Gallardo Guerrero, Lourdes; Jarén-Galán, M.; Mínguez Mosquera, María Isabel
2002-01-01

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Development of the cotyledon cells during olive (Olea europaea L.) in vitro seed germination and seedling growth

Zienkiewicz, Agnieszka; Jiménez-López, José Carlos; Zienkiewicz, Krzysztof; Alché Ramírez, Juan de Dios; Rodríguez García, María I.
2010-01-01

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Determination of copper in different chloroplast preparations

Arellano, Juan B.; Barón Ayala, Matilde; Chueca, Ana; Lachica López, Manuel
1993-07-01

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Correlated Biochemical and ultrastructural changes in nitrogen-starved Euglena Gracilis

García Ferris, Carlos; Ríos, Asunción de los; Ascaso, Carmen
1996-01-01

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Copper and photosystem II: A controversial relationship

Barón Ayala, Matilde; Arellano, Juan B.; López Gorgé, Julio
1995-05-01

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Complete sequence of Euglena gracilis chloroplast DNA

Hallick, Richard B.; Hong, Ling; Drager, Robert G.; Favreau, Mitchell R.; Monfort, Amparo; Orsat, Bernard; Spielman, Albert; Stutz, Erhard
1993-07-25

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Chloroplastic phosphoadenosine phosphosulfate metabolism regulates basal levels of the prohormone jasmonic acid in Arabidopsis leaves

Rodríguez Graña, Víctor Manuel; Chételat, Aurore; Majcherczyk, Paul; Farmer, Edward E.
2010-03-01

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Chloroplast DNA diversity in Prunus and its implication on genetic relationships

Bouhadida, Mariem; Martín, Juan Pedro; Eremin, G.; Pinochet, Jorge; Moreno Sánchez, María Ángeles; Gogorcena Aoiz, Yolanda
2007-01-01

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Changes in photosynthetic electron transfer and state transitions in an herbicide-resistant D1 mutant from soybean cell cultures

Roncel Gil, Mercedes; Yruela Guerrero, Inmaculada; Kirilovsky, D.; Guerrero, Fernando; Alfonso Lozano, Miguel; Picorel Castaño, Rafael; Ortega Rodríguez, Jose María
2007-06-01

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Carotenoid Biosynthesis Changes in Five Red Pepper (Capsicum annuum L.) Cultivars during Ripening. Cultivar Selection for Breeding

Hornero Méndez, Dámaso; Gómez-Ladrón de Guevara, Ricardo; Mínguez Mosquera, María Isabel
2000-08-08

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Arabidopsis S-Sulfocysteine Synthase Activity Is Essential for Chloroplast Function and Long-Day Light-Dependent Redox Control

Bermúdez, Maria Angeles; Páez-Ochoa, Maria Angeles; Gotor, Cecilia; Romero, Luis C.
2010-02-23

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Alterations in Photosystem II electron transport as revealed by thermoluminescence of Cu-poisoned chloroplasts

Horváth, Gábor ; Arellano, Juan B. ; Droppa, Magdolna ; Barón, Matilde

7 pages, 6 figures. | The thermoluminescence characteristics of functionally intact thylakoids and TRIS-washed BBY particles were studied under Cu(II) poisoned conditions. In thylakoids, both the A and B thermoluminescence bands corresponding to S3QA- and S2S3QB- charge recombinations, respectively ...

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Alterations in Photosystem II electron transport as revealed by thermoluminescence of Cu-poisoned chloroplasts

Horváth, Gábor; Arellano, Juan B.; Droppa, Magdolna; Barón Ayala, Matilde
1998-08-01

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Alteration in the chloroplastic metabolism leads to ROS accumulation in pea plants in response to plum pox virus

Díaz-Vivancos, Pedro; Clemente-Moreno, María José; Rubio, Manuel; Olmos, Enrique; García, Juan Antonio; Martínez-Gómez, Pedro; Hernández, José Antonio
2008-01-01

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Alteration in the chloroplastic metabolism leads to ROS accumulation in pea plants in response to Plum pox virus

Díaz-Vivancos, Pedro; Clemente-Moreno, María José; Rubio, Manuel; Olmos, Enrique; García, Juan Antonio; Martínez-Gómez, Pedro; Hernández, José Antonio
2009-01-01

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A proteomic approach to iron and copper homeostasis in cyanobacteria

Cerda, Berta de la; Castielli, Ornella; Durán, Raúl V.; Navarro, José A.; Hervás, Manuel; Rosa, Miguel A. de la
2007-12-01

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