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  • Yu, Feng; Qian, Lichao; Nibau, Candida Sofia; Duan, Qiaohong; Kita, Daniel; Levasseur, Kathryn; Li, Xiaoqian; Lu, Changqing; Li, Hui; Hou, Congcong; Li, Legong; Buchanan, Bob B.; Chen, Liangbi; Cheung, Alice Y.; Li, Dongping; Luan, Sheng (2012-09-04)
    Plant growth and development are controlled by a delicate balance of hormonal cues. Growth-promoting hormones and growth-inhibiting counterparts often antagonize each other in their action, but the molecular mechanisms ...
  • Winters, A. L.; Gallagher, J. A. (2009)
  • Ghesquiere, Marc; Humphreys, Michael Warren; Zwierzykowski, Zbigniew (Springer, 2010)
    Festulolium refers to natural or synthetic intergeneric hybrids between obligate outbreeding species of the Festuca (fescue) and Lolium (ryegrass) genera, species considered frequently as ideal components of agricultural ...
  • Marc; Michael W.; Zbigniew (Springer Science+Business Media, 2010-08-20)
    Festulolium refers to natural or synthetic intergeneric hybrids between obligate outbreeding species of the Festuca (fescue) and Lolium (ryegrass) genera, species considered frequently as ideal components of agricultural ...
  • Care, A. D. (1997-06)
    The mammalian fetus is maintained hypercalcaemic relative to its mother primarily by the action of a placental calcium pump located in the basal plasma membrane of the trophoblast. It is suggested that the activity of this ...
  • Le Blanc, Katarina; Götherström, Cecilia; Ringdén, Olle; Hassan, Moustapha; McMahon, Robert; Horwitz, Edwin; Anneren, Göran; Axelsson, Ove; Nunn, Janice; Ewald, Uwe; Nordén-Lindeberg, Solveig; Jansson, Monika; Dalton, Ann; Aström, Eva; Westgren, Magnus (2005-06-15)
    Mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) are progenitors of mesenchymal tissues such as bone, cartilage, and adipose. Adult human leukocyte antigen (HLA)-matched MSC have been used in cellular therapies of bone disorders such as ...
  • Richards, R. G.; Frauchiger, V.; Baxter, L. C.; ap Gwynn, Iolo A.; Textor, M. (2002)
    Implant loosening in bone fixation is an unresolved complication associated with internal fixation. It is generally accepted that this problem can be overcome by modifying the implant/bone interface for improved osseointegration. ...
  • Bidinger, F. R.; Serraj, R.; Rizvi, S. M. H.; Howarth, Catherine J.; Yadav, Rattan S.; Hash, C. T. (2005-10-14)
    Marker-assisted breeding could significantly increase progress in improving crop drought tolerance, if QTL with significant effects on crop yield in stress environments can be identified. The objective of this research was ...
  • Timothy L. W.; S. J. (John Wiley & Sons, 2006)
    A much clearer picture is now emerging of the fine structure of the plant cuticle and its surface, the composition of cuticular waxes and the biosynthetic pathways leading to them. Studies assessing the impact of UV radiation ...
  • Jackson, A.; Lampkin, Nic H. (2006)
    Organic farming systems are increasingly recognised throughout the world as a realistic alternative to intensive industrial agriculture. Consequently there is also an increasing amount of research activity both formal and ...
  • A.; R. (2003-04-01)
    Over the past two decades, many of the major controversies in historical linguistics have centred on language classification. Some of these controversies have been concentrated within linguistics, as in the methodological ...
  • Conrad L.; Barbara; Vincent; Duong; Gianluigi; Laszlo; Wieland; R. Henrik; Karen W.; Andrew N.; Paul M.; Kessy; M. Catherine; Hiran A.; Martin.; Ten; B; Qing; Jie; Ana; Pedro W; Ulrike; Z. Wilhelm; Bryn T. M.; Pradeep K.; Margarita; Nicolas; Katerina; Miguel A.; Zai-Wei; Gareth Wyn; Johannes Z; Marizeth; Martin; Marieka; Cécile; Liangdong; Sarah; Richard; Karen; Valérie; Seung-Beom; Jos; Kevin D.; Patrik; Peter R; Samantha C.; Urmas; Gabor M.; Ekaphan; Krisztina; Cletus P.; Karl-Henrik; Steven; Peter M.; Kare; Jian-Kui; Jean D.; Janet J.; H Thorsten; Sajeewa S. N.; Dimuthu; María P.; Andrew M.; Jean-Marc; Giuseppina; Karen K.; Tuula; Ibai; Tamás; Tamás; Raquel; Martha J.; Huzefa A.; Dirk; J.M.; Keith A.; Bhushan; Soili; Benjamin; Sung-Oui; Kazuaki; Leho; M. Teresa; Dhanushka; Wendy A.; Javier; Krishna V.; Csaba; Johann; Kerstin; Donald M.; Bevan S.; Michael; Nalin N.; Michael J; J. P.; Yang; Ning; Wen-Ying; Scott (2014-05-28)
    DNA phylogenetic comparisons have shown that morphology-based species recognition often underestimates fungal diversity. Therefore, the need for accurate DNA sequence data, tied to both correct taxonomic names and clearly ...
  • Allen; Robert John (2010)
    Successful navigation is fundamental to the survival of nearly every animal on earth, and achieved by nervous systems of vastly different sizes and characteristics. Yet surprisingly little is known of the detailed neural ...
  • Peter M.; Andreas; Jan P.; Thomas; Nils; Takashi; Thi-Ha-Giang (2010-11)
    The barley mutant allele sdw3 confers a gibberellin-insensitive, semi-dwarf phenotype with potential for breeding of new semi-dwarfed barley cultivars. Towards map-based cloning, sdw3 was delimited by high-resolution genetic ...
  • Sehgal, D.; Skot, L.; Armstead, I. P.; Hash, C. T.; Yadav, R. S. (2010)
    Pearl millet [Pennisetum glaucum (L.) R. Br.] is the sixth most important global cereal crop (after rice, wheat, maize, barley and sorghum) grown as a rainfed grain and fodder crop in the hottest, driest regions of sub-Saharan ...
  • Cavalcanti, Jaime J. V.; Wilkinson, Michael J. (2007-09-01)
    Cashew (Anacardium occidentale) is a widespread tropical tree crop that is grown primarily for its nuts and has a global production of over 2 million Mt. In spite of its economic importance to many countries, however, no ...
  • Littlewood, D. T. J.; Waeschenbach, Andrea; Taylor, Paul D.; Cox, Cymon; Porter, Joanne S. (2009-07-01)
    The Cyclostomata are the only extant representatives of the class Stenolaemata, an ancient group of exclusively marine bryozoans. Previous cladistic analyses of cyclostome bryozoans, based exclusively on skeletal characters, ...
  • Woodall, L. C.; Koldewey, H. J.; Santos, S. V.; Shaw, P. W. (2009)
    A seahorse specimen from Banco Acores (Azores Archipelago) was identified using morphological and molecular genetic data as Hippocampus erectus. This specimen represents the first record of H. erectus in the eastern Atlantic ...

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