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Gene Expression Profiling in Single Cell C4 and Related Photosynthetic Species in Suaedoideae
Slightly over a decade ago
Understanding Structural Flexibility of Photosynthetic Membranes
The survival and fitness of photosynthetic organisms is critically dependent on the flexible response of the thylakoid membrane, harboring the photosynthetic machinery, and environmental changes. The first part of this ...
DETECTION OF THE ACTINIDES AND CESIUM FROM ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLES
Detection of the actinides and cesium in the environment is important for a variety of applications ranging from environmental remediation to safeguards and nuclear forensics. The utilization of multiple different elemental ...
CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL TRANSFORMATIONS OF SIMPLE MOLECULAR SYSTEMS UNDER EXTREME PRESSURES AND TEMPERATURES
Under sufficient compression molecules behave in exotic ways leading to interesting solid state transformations such as disorder-order transitions, polymerization/ionization, or path dependent metastable phases. These ...
A COMBINED CYANEX-923 AND HEH[EHP] PROCESS FOR PARTITIONING USED NUCLEAR FUELS: CHARACTERIZING COMPLEX INTERACTIONS
The efficient separation of used nuclear fuel into its components remains a significant challenge in the operation of a closed nuclear fuel cycle. Many solvent extraction processes have been either successfully applied or ...
Application of Hadamard Transform Ion Mobility Mass Spectrometry to Global Metabolomics
Conventional Ion mobility mass spectrometry (IMMS) provides rapid separation and detection of complex mixtures. It is merging as a powerful analytical platform for the field of metabolomics but is limited in throughput. ...
Optimization of the Electrochemical Pre-Concentration of f-Elements
Rapid pre-concentration of trace lanthanide cations in aqueous solution has been achieved using mercury film electrodes. Although effective, this technique has shown minimal sample carryover when used to pre-concentrate ...
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 ...
PROXIMATE CAUSES AND ULTIMATE CONSEQUENCES OF PHENOTYPIC VARIATION IN MALE RED-BACKED FAIRY-WRENS
Sexual signals are often plastic, and should therefore be adjusted to match an individual's phenotype and optimize lifetime fitness. However, little is known of physiological mechanisms permitting such phenotypic integration, ...
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 ...