Physiologia Plantarum

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September 1975

Volume 35, Issue 1

Pages 1–76

  1. DUMU AND LIGHT ENINCED ION ABSORPTION IN LEAVES

    1. Top of page
    2. DUMU AND LIGHT ENINCED ION ABSORPTION IN LEAVES
    3. QUANTACORRECTED SPECTROMETER
    4. ABSCISIC ACID AS INHIBITOR OF α-AMYLASE
    5. RADIAL OXYGEN LOSS FROM ROOTS
    6. CYTOKININS AND RIBOSOMES
    7. ACIDES CHLOROGÉNIQUE ET “ISOCHLOROGÉNIQUE’ CHEZ CICHORIUM
    8. PROTEIN METABOLISM IN TOBACCO TISSUES
    9. IDENTIFICATION OF THE NONPRECURSOR POOL
    10. PHOTOSYNTHETIC AT CONSTANT CO2-LEVEL
  2. QUANTACORRECTED SPECTROMETER

    1. Top of page
    2. DUMU AND LIGHT ENINCED ION ABSORPTION IN LEAVES
    3. QUANTACORRECTED SPECTROMETER
    4. ABSCISIC ACID AS INHIBITOR OF α-AMYLASE
    5. RADIAL OXYGEN LOSS FROM ROOTS
    6. CYTOKININS AND RIBOSOMES
    7. ACIDES CHLOROGÉNIQUE ET “ISOCHLOROGÉNIQUE’ CHEZ CICHORIUM
    8. PROTEIN METABOLISM IN TOBACCO TISSUES
    9. IDENTIFICATION OF THE NONPRECURSOR POOL
    10. PHOTOSYNTHETIC AT CONSTANT CO2-LEVEL
    1. Quantacorrected Spectrometer for Recording Different Types of Photobiological, Photochemical, and Spectrophotometric Measurements (pages 5–10)

      PER HALLDAL, BERTIL NORDSTRÖM and GUNNAR ÖQUIST

      Article first published online: 28 APR 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1975.tb03858.x

  3. ABSCISIC ACID AS INHIBITOR OF α-AMYLASE

    1. Top of page
    2. DUMU AND LIGHT ENINCED ION ABSORPTION IN LEAVES
    3. QUANTACORRECTED SPECTROMETER
    4. ABSCISIC ACID AS INHIBITOR OF α-AMYLASE
    5. RADIAL OXYGEN LOSS FROM ROOTS
    6. CYTOKININS AND RIBOSOMES
    7. ACIDES CHLOROGÉNIQUE ET “ISOCHLOROGÉNIQUE’ CHEZ CICHORIUM
    8. PROTEIN METABOLISM IN TOBACCO TISSUES
    9. IDENTIFICATION OF THE NONPRECURSOR POOL
    10. PHOTOSYNTHETIC AT CONSTANT CO2-LEVEL
    1. Abscisic Acid as Inhibitor of α-Amylase from Aspergillus and Bacillus subtilis (pages 11–15)

      TORSTEN HEMBERG

      Article first published online: 28 APR 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1975.tb03859.x

    1. Differential Reactivity in Epidermal Cells of Begonia rex Excised and Grown in vitro (pages 16–20)

      AVERIL CHLYAH and MARIE TRAN THANH VAN

      Article first published online: 28 APR 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1975.tb03860.x

  4. RADIAL OXYGEN LOSS FROM ROOTS

    1. Top of page
    2. DUMU AND LIGHT ENINCED ION ABSORPTION IN LEAVES
    3. QUANTACORRECTED SPECTROMETER
    4. ABSCISIC ACID AS INHIBITOR OF α-AMYLASE
    5. RADIAL OXYGEN LOSS FROM ROOTS
    6. CYTOKININS AND RIBOSOMES
    7. ACIDES CHLOROGÉNIQUE ET “ISOCHLOROGÉNIQUE’ CHEZ CICHORIUM
    8. PROTEIN METABOLISM IN TOBACCO TISSUES
    9. IDENTIFICATION OF THE NONPRECURSOR POOL
    10. PHOTOSYNTHETIC AT CONSTANT CO2-LEVEL
  5. CYTOKININS AND RIBOSOMES

    1. Top of page
    2. DUMU AND LIGHT ENINCED ION ABSORPTION IN LEAVES
    3. QUANTACORRECTED SPECTROMETER
    4. ABSCISIC ACID AS INHIBITOR OF α-AMYLASE
    5. RADIAL OXYGEN LOSS FROM ROOTS
    6. CYTOKININS AND RIBOSOMES
    7. ACIDES CHLOROGÉNIQUE ET “ISOCHLOROGÉNIQUE’ CHEZ CICHORIUM
    8. PROTEIN METABOLISM IN TOBACCO TISSUES
    9. IDENTIFICATION OF THE NONPRECURSOR POOL
    10. PHOTOSYNTHETIC AT CONSTANT CO2-LEVEL
    1. Rubidium Absorption by Corn Root Tissue after a Brief Period of Water Stress and during Recovery (pages 34–38)

      ROLANDO T. PARRONDO, RICHARD C. SMITH and KENNETH LAZURICK

      Article first published online: 28 APR 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1975.tb03863.x

  6. ACIDES CHLOROGÉNIQUE ET “ISOCHLOROGÉNIQUE’ CHEZ CICHORIUM

    1. Top of page
    2. DUMU AND LIGHT ENINCED ION ABSORPTION IN LEAVES
    3. QUANTACORRECTED SPECTROMETER
    4. ABSCISIC ACID AS INHIBITOR OF α-AMYLASE
    5. RADIAL OXYGEN LOSS FROM ROOTS
    6. CYTOKININS AND RIBOSOMES
    7. ACIDES CHLOROGÉNIQUE ET “ISOCHLOROGÉNIQUE’ CHEZ CICHORIUM
    8. PROTEIN METABOLISM IN TOBACCO TISSUES
    9. IDENTIFICATION OF THE NONPRECURSOR POOL
    10. PHOTOSYNTHETIC AT CONSTANT CO2-LEVEL
  7. PROTEIN METABOLISM IN TOBACCO TISSUES

    1. Top of page
    2. DUMU AND LIGHT ENINCED ION ABSORPTION IN LEAVES
    3. QUANTACORRECTED SPECTROMETER
    4. ABSCISIC ACID AS INHIBITOR OF α-AMYLASE
    5. RADIAL OXYGEN LOSS FROM ROOTS
    6. CYTOKININS AND RIBOSOMES
    7. ACIDES CHLOROGÉNIQUE ET “ISOCHLOROGÉNIQUE’ CHEZ CICHORIUM
    8. PROTEIN METABOLISM IN TOBACCO TISSUES
    9. IDENTIFICATION OF THE NONPRECURSOR POOL
    10. PHOTOSYNTHETIC AT CONSTANT CO2-LEVEL
  8. IDENTIFICATION OF THE NONPRECURSOR POOL

    1. Top of page
    2. DUMU AND LIGHT ENINCED ION ABSORPTION IN LEAVES
    3. QUANTACORRECTED SPECTROMETER
    4. ABSCISIC ACID AS INHIBITOR OF α-AMYLASE
    5. RADIAL OXYGEN LOSS FROM ROOTS
    6. CYTOKININS AND RIBOSOMES
    7. ACIDES CHLOROGÉNIQUE ET “ISOCHLOROGÉNIQUE’ CHEZ CICHORIUM
    8. PROTEIN METABOLISM IN TOBACCO TISSUES
    9. IDENTIFICATION OF THE NONPRECURSOR POOL
    10. PHOTOSYNTHETIC AT CONSTANT CO2-LEVEL
  9. PHOTOSYNTHETIC AT CONSTANT CO2-LEVEL

    1. Top of page
    2. DUMU AND LIGHT ENINCED ION ABSORPTION IN LEAVES
    3. QUANTACORRECTED SPECTROMETER
    4. ABSCISIC ACID AS INHIBITOR OF α-AMYLASE
    5. RADIAL OXYGEN LOSS FROM ROOTS
    6. CYTOKININS AND RIBOSOMES
    7. ACIDES CHLOROGÉNIQUE ET “ISOCHLOROGÉNIQUE’ CHEZ CICHORIUM
    8. PROTEIN METABOLISM IN TOBACCO TISSUES
    9. IDENTIFICATION OF THE NONPRECURSOR POOL
    10. PHOTOSYNTHETIC AT CONSTANT CO2-LEVEL
    1. A System for Continuous Measurement of Photosynthetic Rate and Dark Respiration at Constant CO2-Level (pages 59–61)

      STEIN NILSEN, ERNST KRISTIANSEN and PER HALLDAL

      Article first published online: 28 APR 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1975.tb03867.x

    1. RNA Synthesis in Spring and Winter Wheat during Cold Acclimation (pages 62–65)

      F. SARHAN and M. J. D'AOUST

      Article first published online: 28 APR 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1975.tb03868.x

    2. Vegetative Propagation of Pinus sylvestris (pages 66–71)

      S. J. WHITEHILL and W. W. SCHWABE

      Article first published online: 28 APR 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1975.tb03869.x

    3. The Use of the Pressure Chamber Technique for Measurement of the Water Potential of Transpiring Plant Organs (pages 72–76)

      A. MEIRI, Z. PLAUT and D. SHIMSHI

      Article first published online: 28 APR 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1975.tb03870.x

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