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vascular plant

any member of the division TRACHEOPHYTA, possessing a specialized transport system formed of VASCULAR BUNDLES.
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It showed that BnPIP-like protein, like other PIPs in higher plant, existed as homo- tetramers (Fig.
The relevance of higher plants in lead compound discovery programs.
47 acres) may contain over 750 types of trees and 1500 species of higher plants.
The 14 papers also discuss ferric uptake regulators, a superfamily of prokaryotic transcription factors that operate at the primary steps in the hierarchy of stress responses, and methods for detecting phytochelatins, a class of heavy metal binding peptides produced by higher plants, algae, and fungi.
Chlorophyll a, the standard type, is found in photosynthesizers from algae to higher plants.
The plant food items recorded in the gut content were Cyanophyceae, Chlorophyceae, Bacillariophyceae and aquatic higher plants.
Examples of mutagenic studies with 2, 4-D indicating the usefulness of higher plants as a monitoring system are reviewed.
Assessing effects of forecasted climate change on the diversity and distribution of European higher plants for 2050.
Cornish reports that natural rubber (cis-l,4-polyisoprene) is made by more than 2,500 species of higher plants, as well as some fungi.
coli organisms were genetically engineered by cloning the unique genes needed to direct the digestion of sugars into ethanol, the same pathway found in yeast and higher plants.
Korea) has patented a method for providing transgenic higher plants and transgenic plant cells thereof which have been transformed with a plant translationally controlled tumor protein (TCTP) gene to improve growth rate in a growth stage-dependent manner, especially in the earlier vegetative growth stage from seedlings to young plants.
About 300 higher plants were collected during this first trip, while the university students concentrated on soil micro-organisms associated with identified plants.

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