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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 20, Number 6, June 1997

Free Content An emerging molecular map of the phytochromes
pp. 657-665(9)
Author: QUAIL, P. H.

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Free Content Phytochrome gene diversity
pp. 666-671(6)
Authors: MATHEWS, S.; SHARROCK, R. A.

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Free Content The phytochrome gene family in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.)
pp. 672-677(6)
Authors: PRATT, L. H.; CORDONNIER-PRATT, M.-M.; KELMENSON, P. M.; LAZAROVA, G. I.; KUBOTA, T.; ALBA, R. M.

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Free Content Tobacco phytochromes: genes, structure and expression
pp. 678-684(7)
Authors: ADAM, E.; KOZMA-BOGNAR, L.; SCHAFER, E.; NAGY, F.

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Free Content Cryptogam phytochromes
pp. 685-690(6)
Authors: WADA, M.; KANEGAE, T.; NOZUE, K.; FUKUDA, S.

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Free Content Phytochrome photoconversion
pp. 700-706(7)
Authors: BRASLAVSKY, S. E.; GÄRTNER, W.; SCHAFFNER, K.

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Free Content Chromophore: apoprotein interactions in phytochrome A*
pp. 707-712(6)
Authors: SONG, P.-S.; PARK, M. H.; FURUYA, M.

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Free Content Phytochrome degradation
pp. 713-721(9)
Authors: CLOUGH, R. C.; VIERSTRA, R. D.

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Free Content Signal transduction in the photocontrol of chalcone synthase gene expression*
pp. 722-727(6)
Authors: SCHÄFER, E.; KUNKEL, T.; FROHNMEYER, H.

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Free Content The role of COP1 in light control of Arabidopsis seedling development
pp. 728-733(6)
Authors: TORII, K. U.; DENG, X. W.

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Free Content Phytochrome chromophore-deficient mutants
pp. 740-745(6)
Author: TERRY, M. J.

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Free Content Photomorphogenic mutants of tomato
pp. 746-751(6)
Authors: KENDRICK, R. E.; KERCKHOFFS, L. H. J.; VAN TUINEN, A.; KOORNNEEF, M.

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Free Content Roles of different phytochromes in Arabidopsis photomorphogenesis
pp. 752-758(7)
Authors: WHITELAM, G. C.; DEVLIN, P. F.

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Free Content Phytochrome A, phytochrome B and other phytochrome(s) regulate ATHB-2 gene expression in etiolated and green Arabidopsis plants
pp. 759-763(5)
Authors: STEINDLER, C.; CARABELLI, M.; BORELLO, U.; MORELLI, G.; RUBERTI, I.

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Free Content The cryptochrome family of photoreceptors
pp. 764-767(4)
Author: CASHMORE, A. R.

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Free Content UV and blue light signal transduction in Arabidopsis
pp. 773-778(6)
Author: JENKINS, G. I.

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Free Content Floral transition mutants in Arabidopsis
pp. 779-784(6)
Authors: KOORNNEEF, M.; PEETERS, A. J. M.

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Free Content Regulation of flowering by photoperiod in Arabidopsis
pp. 785-789(5)
Author: COUPLAND, G.

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Free Content Photoreceptors and signals in the photoperiodic control of development
pp. 790-795(6)
Authors: JACKSON, S.; THOMAS, B.

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Free Content Gravity, light and plant form
pp. 796-800(5)
Author: HANGARTER, R. P.

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Free Content Gibberellins, brassinosteroids and light-regulated development
pp. 801-806(6)
Authors: CHORY, J.; LI, J.

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Free Content Photomorphogenesis and phytohormones
pp. 807-812(6)
Authors: KRAEPIEL, Y.; MIGINIAC, E.

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Free Content The function of phytochrome A
pp. 813-819(7)
Authors: CASAL, J. J.; SANCHEZ, R. A.; YANOVSKY, M. J.

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Free Content Foraging for light: photosensory ecology and agricultural implications
pp. 820-825(6)
Authors: BALLARÉ, C. L.; SCOPEL, A. L.; SÁNCHEZ, R. A.

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Free Content Fundamental and biotechnological applications of phytochrome transgenes
pp. 831-839(9)
Authors: ROBSON, P. R. H.; SMITH, H.

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