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Phylogenetically Widespread Multiple Paternity in New World Natricine Snakes
(Herpetological Conservation and Biology, 2010)
We used microsatellite DNA markers to identify the extent to which multiple paternity within litters occurs among species of New World natricine snakes. We selected seven species to represent the three major clades ...
Soybean Leaves Contain Multiple Lipoxygenases
(American Society of Plant Biologists, 1991)
Chromatofocusing of soybean (Glycine max L.) leaf lipoxygenases revealed three distinct peaks of activity. Based on their isoelectric points (pis), pH optima, and mutant analysis it appears that the leaf isozymes are ...
Role of Nitric Oxide and Flavohemoglobin Homolog Genes in Aspergillus nidulans Sexual Development and Mycotoxin Production
(American Society for Microbiology, 2011-08)
Flavohemoglobins are widely distributed in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes. These proteins are involved in reducing nitric oxide levels. Deletion of the Aspergillus nidulans flavohemoglobin gene fhbA induced sexual development ...
Complex Transitions Between C3 and C4 Photosynthesis During the Evolution of Paniceae: A Phylogenetic Case Study Emphasizing the Position of Steinchisma Hians (Poaceae), A C3-C4 Intermediate
(University of Chicago Press, 2003)
A two-tiered, nested molecular phylogenetic study of panicoid grasses to explore character state transitions between the C3 and C4 adaptive syndromes is presented. A broad survey of 92 panicoid species was sampled for ...
The Mitochondrial Genome of the Peronosporomycete Saprolegnia Ferax: Organization, Gene Content, and Nucleotide Sequence
(Mycological Society of America, 2004-09)
The mitochondrial genome of the peronosporomycete water mold Saprolegnia ferax has been characterized as a 46 930 bp circle containing an 8618 bp large inverted repeat (LIR). Eighteen reading frames encode identified ...