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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 10, Number 1, July 1996

Free Content A plant kinesin heavy chain-like protein is a calmodulin-binding protein
pp. 9-21(13)
Authors: Reddy, A.S.N.; Narasimhulu, S.B.; Safadi, F.; Golovkin, M.

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Free Content Expression of the early nodulin, ENOD40, in soybean roots in response to various lipo-chitin signal molecules
pp. 23-32(10)
Authors: Minami, Eiichi; Kouchi, Hiroshi; Cohn, Jonathan R.; Ogawa, Tomoya; Stacey, Gary

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Free Content Chemically induced expression of the rolC-encoded -glucosidase in transgenic tobacco plants and analysis of cytokinin metabolism: rolC does not hydrolyze endogenous cytokinin glucosides in planta
pp. 33-46(14)
Authors: Faiss, Martin; Strnad, Miroslav; Redig, Pascale; Doležal, Karel; Hanuš, Jan; Van Onckelen, Harry; Schmülling, Thomas

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Free Content The Petunia tra1 gene controls cell elongation and plant development, and mediates responses to cytokinins
pp. 47-59(13)
Authors: Dubois, F.; Dang Ha, D. Bui; Sangwan, R.S.; Durand, J.

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Free Content A benzothiadiazole derivative induces systemic acquired resistance in tobacco
pp. 61-70(10)
Authors: Friedrich, Leslie; Lawton, Kay; Ruess, Wilhelm; Masner, Peter; Specker, Nicole; Rella, Manuela Gut; Meier, Beatrice; Dincher, Sandra; Staub, Theodor; Uknes, Scott; Métraux, Jean-Pierre; Kessmann, Helmut; Ryals, John

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Free Content Benzothiadiazole induces disease resistance in Arabidopsis by activation of the systemic acquired resistance signal transduction pathway
pp. 71-82(12)
Authors: Lawton, Kay A.; Friedrich, Leslie; Hunt, Michelle; Weymann, Kris; Delaney, Terrance; Kessmann, Helmut; Staub, Theodor; Ryals, John

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Free Content Expression of Escherichia coli branching enzyme in tubers of amylose-free transgenic potato leads to an increased branching degree of the amylopectin
pp. 83-90(8)
Authors: Kortstee, Anne J.; Vermeesch, Angela M.S.; de Vries, Beja J.; Jacobsen, Evert; Visser, Richard G.F.

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Free Content Nod factors and cytokinins induce similar cortical cell division, amyloplast deposition and MsEnod12A expression patterns in alfalfa roots
pp. 91-105(15)
Authors: Bauer, Petra; Ratet, Pascal; Crespi, Martin D.; Schultze, Michael; Kondorosi, Adam

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Free Content Strong, constitutive expression of the Arabidopsis ACT2/ACT8 actin subclass in vegetative tissues
pp. 107-121(15)
Authors: An, Yong-Qiang; McDowell, John M.; Huang, Shurong; McKinney, Elizabeth C.; Chambliss, Sharon; Meagher, Richard B.

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Free Content Transcript processing internal to a mitochondrial open reading frame is correlated with fertility restoration in male-sterile sorghum
pp. 123-133(11)
Authors: Tang, Hoang V.; Pring, Daryl R.; Shaw, Lynn C.; Salazar, Reggie A.; Muza, Figuhr R.; Yan, Bin; Schertz, Keith F.

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Free Content The developmentally regulated bZIP factor ROM1 modulates transcription from lectin and storage protein genes in bean embryos
pp. 135-148(14)
Authors: Chern, Maw-Shenq; Eiben, Hans Georg; Bustos, Mauricio M.

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Free Content Protease-sensitive thylakoidal import machinery for the Sec-, ΔpH- and signal recognition particle-dependent protein targeting pathways, but not for CFoII integration
pp. 149-155(7)
Authors: Robinson, David; Karnauchov, Ivan; Herrmann, Reinhold G.; Klösgen, Ralf Bernd; Robinson, Colin

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Free Content A promoter for strong and ubiquitous anaerobic gene expression in tobacco
pp. 175-183(9)
Authors: Köhler, Uwe; Mendel, Ralf R.; Cerff, Rüdiger; Hehl, Reinhard

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