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- Sørensen, Steen, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Journal of plant growth regulation 2019 v.38 no.4 pp. 1354-1361
- Abies nordmanniana; Angiospermae; auxins; budbreak; cell walls; cytokinins; staining
- ... Our understanding of the developmental changes that occur during top leader elongation in gymnosperms lags behind that in angiosperms. We developed a semiquantitative method for determining epidermal cell size, by measuring the Feret diameter after cell wall staining of stem epidermal peels. This method allowed a large number of cells to be measured at various locations in the top leader of the Ch ...
- Hansen, Steen Laugesen, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Plant physiology 2011 v.155 no.1 pp. 246-258
- Internet; Solanum tuberosum; cell wall components; cell walls; computer software; mechanical properties; modulus of elasticity; mutants; phenotype; polymers; potatoes; tubers
- ... Transformants and mutants with altered cell wall composition are expected to display a biomechanical phenotype due to the structural role of the cell wall. It is often quite difficult, however, to distinguish the mechanical behavior of a mutant's or transformant's cell walls from that of the wild type. This may be due to the plant's ability to compensate for the wall modification or because the bi ...
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- Steen, Anton, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Applied and environmental microbiology 2008 v.74 no.15 pp. 4671-4679
- Lactococcus lactis subsp. lactis; Plasmodium falciparum; proteins; cell walls; galactose; glucose; carbon; cell wall components; trichloroacetic acid; bacteria
- ... When Lactococcus lactis subsp. lactis IL1403 or L. lactis subsp. cremoris MG1363 is grown in a medium with galactose as the carbon source, the culture lyses to a lesser extent in stationary phase than when the bacteria are grown in a medium containing glucose. Expression of AcmA, the major autolysin of L. lactis, is not influenced by the carbon source. Binding studies with a fusion protein consist ...
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