• Nanometer-scale elongation rate fluctuations in the <em>Myriophyllum aquaticum</em> (Parrot feather) stem were altered by radio-frequency electromagnetic radiation
  • Selective autophagy receptor Joka2 co-localizes with cytoskeleton in plant cells
  • Superoxide and its metabolism during germination and axis growth of <em>Vigna radiata</em> (L.) Wilczek seeds
  • ABA induces H<sub>2</sub>O<sub>2</sub> production in guard cells, but does not close the stomata on <i>Vicia faba</i> leaves developed at high air humidity
  • A genetic screen for mutants defective in IAA1-LUC degradation in <em>Arabidopsis thaliana</em> reveals an important requirement for <em>TOPOISOMERASE6B</em> in auxin physiology

Nanometer-scale elongation rate fluctuations in the Myriophyllum aquaticum (Parrot feather) stem were altered by radio-frequency electromagnetic radiation

Mudalige Don Hiranya Jayasanka Senavirathna, Takashi Asaeda, Bodhipaksha Lalith Sanjaya Thilakarathne and Hirofumi Kadono

Selective autophagy receptor Joka2 co-localizes with cytoskeleton in plant cells

Katarzyna Zientara-Rytter and Agnieszka Sirko


21 May 2014

Superoxide and its metabolism during germination and axis growth of Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek seeds

Khangembam Lenin Singh, Abira Chaudhuri and Rup Kumar Kar


15 May 2014

 ABA induces H2O2 production in guard cells, but does not close the stomata on Vicia faba leaves developed at high air humidity

Louise E Arve, Dália RA Carvalho, Jorunn E Olsen and Sissel Torre


15 Aug 2014

A genetic screen for mutants defective in IAA1-LUC degradation in Arabidopsis thaliana reveals an important requirement for TOPOISOMERASE6B in auxin physiology

Jonathan Gilkerson and Judy Callis

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15
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12
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