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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 30, Number 12, December 2007

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Free Content Assessing the relationship between respiratory acclimation to the cold and photosystem II redox poise in Arabidopsis thaliana
pp. 1513-1522(10)
Authors: ARMSTRONG, ANNA F.; WARDLAW, KRISTEN D.; ATKIN, OWEN K.

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Free Content The different fates of mitochondria and chloroplasts during dark-induced senescence in Arabidopsis leaves
pp. 1523-1534(12)
Authors: KEECH, OLIVIER; PESQUET, EDOUARD; AHAD, ABDUL; ASKNE, ANNA; NORDVALL, DAG; VODNALA, SHARVANI MUNENDER; TUOMINEN, HANNELE; HURRY, VAUGHAN; DIZENGREMEL, PIERRE; GARDESTRÖM, PER

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Free Content The overexpression of an alternative oxidase gene triggers ozone sensitivity in tobacco plants
pp. 1545-1556(12)
Authors: PASQUALINI, STEFANIA; PAOLOCCI, FRANCESCO; BORGOGNI, ANDREA; MORETTINI, ROBERTA; EDERLI, LUISA

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Free Content Banksia species (Proteaceae) from severely phosphorus-impoverished soils exhibit extreme efficiency in the use and re-mobilization of phosphorus
pp. 1557-1565(9)
Authors: DENTON, MATTHEW D.; VENEKLAAS, ERIK J.; FREIMOSER, FLORIAN M.; LAMBERS, HANS

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Free Content Aquaporins and unloading of phloem-imported water in coats of developing bean seeds
pp. 1566-1577(12)
Authors: ZHOU, YUCHAN; SETZ, NATHAN; NIEMIETZ, CHRISTA; QU, HONGXIA; OFFLER, CHRISTINA E.; TYERMAN, STEPHEN D.; PATRICK, JOHN W.

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Free Content Chlororespiration is involved in the adaptation of Brassica plants to heat and high light intensity
pp. 1578-1585(8)
Authors: DÍAZ, MILAGROS; DE HARO, VIRGINIA; MUÑOZ, ROMUALDO; QUILES, MARÍA JOSÉ

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Free Content A test of the optimality approach to modelling canopy properties and CO2 uptake by natural vegetation
pp. 1586-1598(13)
Authors: SCHYMANSKI, STANISLAUS J.; RODERICK, MICHAEL L.; SIVAPALAN, MURUGESU; HUTLEY, LINDSAY B.; BERINGER, JASON

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Free Content Cavitation resistance and seasonal hydraulics differ among three arid Californian plant communities
pp. 1599-1609(11)
Authors: JACOBSEN, ANNA L.; PRATT, R. BRANDON; DAVIS, STEPHEN D.; EWERS, FRANK W.

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