sobota, 17 lipca 2010

The Plant Journal (Volume 61, number 5 & 6)

Spis treści Number 5, March 2010 :

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Two functionally distinct members of the MATE (multi-drug and toxic compound extrusion) family of transporters potentially underlie two major aluminum tolerance QTLs in maize

Structure and evolutionary conservation of the plant N-end rule pathway

A dynamic gene expression atlas covering the entire life cycle of rice

Functional conservation and diversification of class E floral homeotic genes in rice (Oryza sativa)

An engineered C-terminal disulfide bond can partially replace the phaseolin vacuolar sorting signal

The MtSNF4b subunit of the sucrose non-fermenting-related kinase complex connects after-ripening and constitutive defense responses in seeds of Medicago truncatula

The NAC transcription factor RIM1 of rice is a new regulator of jasmonate signaling

Dynamic regulation of guard cell anion channels by cytosolic free Ca2+ concentration and protein phosphorylation

Vacuolar sorting receptors (VSRs) and secretory carrier membrane proteins (SCAMPs) are essential for pollen tube growth

Xylem ionic relations and salinity tolerance in barley

G-fibres in storage roots of Trifolium pratense (Fabaceae): tensile stress generators for contraction

Ethylene perception is involved in female cucumber flower development

Targeted forward mutagenesis by transitive RNAi

Probing plant membranes with FM dyes: tracking, dragging or blocking?

An efficient system to detect protein ubiquitination by agroinfiltration in Nicotiana benthamiana

Spis treści Number 6, March 2010:

Arabidopsis: A rich harvest 10 years after completion of the genome sequence

The development of Arabidopsis as a model plant

Shotguns and SNPs: how fast and cheap sequencing is revolutionizing plant biology

Linking genotype to phenotype using the Arabidopsis unimutant collection

Small RNAs - secrets and surprises of the genome

Embryogenesis - the humble beginnings of plant life

Arabidopsis seed secrets unravelled after a decade of genetic and omics-driven research

Light signal transduction: an infinite spectrum of possibilities

Getting to the root of plant biology: impact of the Arabidopsis genome sequence on root research

Seasonal and developmental timing of flowering

The flowering of Arabidopsis flower development

The ubiquitin-proteasome system regulates plant hormone signaling

Research on plant abiotic stress responses in the post-genome era: past, present and future

Arabidopsis and the plant immune system

Arabidopsis and primary photosynthetic metabolism - more than the icing on the cake

Lipid biochemists salute the genome

Arabidopsis - a powerful model system for plant cell wall research


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