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    • ...are transcription factors, involved in plant development, and response to... ...WT under salt stress. Overexpression plants were less sensitive to ABA...
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    • Most terrestrial carnivorous plants are specialized on insect prey... ...nitrogen is distributed within the plant. As ureases are necessary... ...of a urease for Nepenthes plant tissues. The corresponding urease... ...Nepenthes and five other carnivorous plants’ taxa, identified them as... ...plant...
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    • ...plastid-localized PPR proteins in plant male reproduction are poorly defined... ...OsPPR676, which is required for plant growth and pollen development in... ...resulted in growth retardation of plants and partial sterility of pollens...
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    • ...accurately predict K requirement by plants. The Diffusive Gradients in... ...DGT-measured K pool and plant available K is not clear... ...stage (GS30) with different plant K demands generated by varying... plant numbers and pot sizes.... ...is warranted to obtain accurate plant available K results.
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    • ...products. Meju samples fermented with plant extracts (10 mg/ml)... ...chromatographic mass spectroscopic analysis of plant extract-supplemented Meju samples and...
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    • ...presence of Cry proteins in plant material, artificial diet, and... ...fed with cotton leaves from plants infested with H. virescens... ...fed with leaves from uninfested plants, while no such effects...
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    • Plants produce and release a large... ...many ecological functions. These volatile plant metabolites serve as pollinator attractants... ...and pathogen repellents and protect plants from abiotic stresses. To... ...Miocene amber suggests that the plants from this period had evolved... ...in plant...
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    • ...of ecosystems by strongly colonising plants such as Phragmites australis is... ...of the greatest threats to plant diversity and soil properties.... ...of competitive abilities of native plants, by interfering with formation...
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    • Plants emission of Volatile Organic Compounds... ...play a crucial role in plants interactions with biotic and abiotic... ...VOCs spontaneously emitted by 109 plant species (belonging to 56... ...provide an alternative classification of plants species. In particular, by... ...hidden plants...
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    • ...as it correlates with whole plant growth. We aimed to... ...N mass) of four dominant plant genera along a 2500 km... ...will advance our understanding on plant resource use strategies.
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    • ...considerable uncertainty concerning changes in plant diversity of Chinese secondary forests... ...of the recovery of woody plant species richness in secondary forests... ...results indicated that the woody plant richness of secondary forests in... ...patterns of woody plant species richness in...
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    • Plant–microbe interactions play crucial roles... ...lineages of a globally distributed plant, Phragmites australis. We use... ...rhizosphere bacterial communities dictate individual plant growth in the common garden... ...both rhizosphere bacterial communities and plant fitness.