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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 26, Number 11, November 2003

Free Content High rates of extracellular superoxide production by lichens in the suborder Peltigerineae correlate with indices of high metabolic activity
pp. 1827-1837(11)
Authors: BECKETT, R. P.; MINIBAYEVA, F. V.; VYLEGZHANINA, N. N.; TOLPYSHEVA, T.

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Free Content Nitric oxide production in tobacco leaf cells: a generalized stress response?
pp. 1851-1862(12)
Authors: GOULD, K. S.; LAMOTTE, O.; KLINGUER, A.; PUGIN, A.; WENDEHENNE, D.

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Free Content Hydrogen fertilization of soils – is this a benefit of legumes in rotation?
pp. 1875-1879(5)
Authors: DONG, Z.; WU, L.; KETTLEWELL, B.; CALDWELL, C. D.; LAYZELL, D. B.

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Free Content Comparative analysis of photosensitivity in photosystem I donor and acceptor side mutants of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii
pp. 1881-1892(12)
Authors: SOMMER, F.; HIPPLER, M.; BIEHLER, K.; FISCHER, N.; ROCHAIX, J.-D.

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Free Content Spatial patterning of pigmentation in evergreen leaves in response to freezing stress
pp. 1893-1904(12)
Authors: NICOTRA, A. B.; HOFMANN, M.; SIEBKE, K.; BALL, M. C.

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Free Content Relationship between boron and calcium in the N2-fixing legume–rhizobia symbiosis
pp. 1905-1915(11)
Authors: REDONDO-NIETO, M.; WILMOT, A. R.; EL-HAMDAOUI, A.; BONILLA, I.; BOLAÑOS, L.

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Free Content Characterization of Arabidopsis genes involved in biosynthesis of polyamines in abiotic stress responses and developmental stages
pp. 1917-1926(10)
Authors: URANO, K.; YOSHIBA, Y.; NANJO, T.; IGARASHI, Y.; SEKI, M.; SEKIGUCHI, F.; YAMAGUCHI-SHINOZAKI, K.; SHINOZAKI, K.

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Free Content Corrigendum
pp. 1927-1927(1)

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