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Enhanced carbon dioxide leads to a modified diurnal rhythm of nitrate reductase activity in older plants, and a large stimulation of nitrate reductase activity and higher levels of amino acids in young tobacco plants
Geiger, M.; Walch-Liu, P.; Engels, C.; Harnecker, J.; Schulze, E.-D.; Ludewig, F.; Sonnewald, U.; Scheible, W.-R.; Stitt, M.
Diurnal variation of Δ13CO2, ΔC18O16O and evaporative site enrichment of δH218O in Piper aduncum under field conditions in Trinidad
Harwood, K. G.; Gillon, J. S.; Griffiths, H.; Broadmeadow, M. S. J.
Sucrose metabolism in cold-stored potato tubers with decreased expression of sucrose phosphate synthase
Krause, K.-P.; Hill, L.; Reimholz, R.; Hamborg Nielsen, T.; Sonnewald, U.; Stitt, M.
Carbon mobilization in shoot parts and roots of wheat during grain filling: assessment by 13C/12C steady-state labelling, growth analysis and balance sheets of reserves
Gebbing, T.; Schnyder, H.; Kühbauch, W.
Adaptation to high CO2 concentration in an optimal environment: radiation capture, canopy quantum yield and carbon use efficiency
Monje, O.; Bugbee, B.
Influence of phosphate starvation on phosphohydrolases during development of tomato seedlings
Bosse, D.; Köck, M.
Can source–sink relations explain responses of tobacco to infection by the root holoparasitic angiosperm Orobanche cernua?
Hibberd, J. M.; Quick, W. P.; Press, M. C.; Scholes, J. D.
In vitro effect of formaldehyde on Douglas fir pollen
Shirazi, A. M.; Muir, P. S.
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