Physiologia Plantarum

Cover image for Physiologia Plantarum

August 1992

Volume 85, Issue 4

Pages 561–718

  1. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology

    1. Top of page
    2. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    3. Ecophysiology and stress
    4. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    5. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    6. Ecophysiology and stress
    7. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    8. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    9. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    10. Ecophysiology and stress
    11. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    12. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    13. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    1. Regulation of maize root nitrate reductase mRNA levels (pages 561–566)

      Deborah M. Long, Ann Oaks and Steven J. Rothstein

      Version of Record online: 28 APR 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1992.tb04755.x

  2. Ecophysiology and stress

    1. Top of page
    2. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    3. Ecophysiology and stress
    4. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    5. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    6. Ecophysiology and stress
    7. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    8. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    9. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    10. Ecophysiology and stress
    11. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    12. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    13. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    1. Respiratory pathways in germinating maize radicles correlated with desiccation tolerance and soluble sugars (pages 581–588)

      Olivier Leprince, Adrie van der Werf, Roger Deltour and Hans Lambers

      Version of Record online: 28 APR 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1992.tb04758.x

  3. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture

    1. Top of page
    2. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    3. Ecophysiology and stress
    4. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    5. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    6. Ecophysiology and stress
    7. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    8. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    9. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    10. Ecophysiology and stress
    11. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    12. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    13. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    1. Effect of light and riboflavin on indolebutyric acid-induced root formation on apple in vitro (pages 589–594)

      Wim M. van der Krieken, Hans Breteler, Marcel H. M. Visser and Wilco Jordi

      Version of Record online: 28 APR 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1992.tb04759.x

  4. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology

    1. Top of page
    2. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    3. Ecophysiology and stress
    4. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    5. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    6. Ecophysiology and stress
    7. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    8. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    9. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    10. Ecophysiology and stress
    11. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    12. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    13. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    1. Synthesis of proteins during the development of the first leaf of oat (Avena sativa) (pages 595–605)

      H. Klerk, S. Tophof and L. C. Van Loon

      Version of Record online: 28 APR 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1992.tb04760.x

  5. Ecophysiology and stress

    1. Top of page
    2. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    3. Ecophysiology and stress
    4. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    5. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    6. Ecophysiology and stress
    7. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    8. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    9. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    10. Ecophysiology and stress
    11. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    12. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    13. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
  6. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture

    1. Top of page
    2. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    3. Ecophysiology and stress
    4. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    5. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    6. Ecophysiology and stress
    7. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    8. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    9. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    10. Ecophysiology and stress
    11. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    12. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    13. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    1. The fate of apoplastic sucrose in sink and source leaves of Urtica dioica (pages 618–624)

      Ina Möller and Erwin Beck

      Version of Record online: 28 APR 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1992.tb04763.x

  7. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology

    1. Top of page
    2. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    3. Ecophysiology and stress
    4. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    5. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    6. Ecophysiology and stress
    7. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    8. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    9. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    10. Ecophysiology and stress
    11. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    12. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    13. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    1. Comparison of three DNA fluorochromes for flow cytometric estimation of nuclear DNA content in plants (pages 625–631)

      Jaroslav Doležel, Sergio Sgorbati and Sergio Lucretti

      Version of Record online: 28 APR 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1992.tb04764.x

  8. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis

    1. Top of page
    2. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    3. Ecophysiology and stress
    4. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    5. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    6. Ecophysiology and stress
    7. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    8. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    9. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    10. Ecophysiology and stress
    11. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    12. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    13. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
  9. Ecophysiology and stress

    1. Top of page
    2. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    3. Ecophysiology and stress
    4. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    5. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    6. Ecophysiology and stress
    7. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    8. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    9. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    10. Ecophysiology and stress
    11. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    12. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    13. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
  10. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology

    1. Top of page
    2. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    3. Ecophysiology and stress
    4. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    5. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    6. Ecophysiology and stress
    7. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    8. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    9. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    10. Ecophysiology and stress
    11. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    12. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    13. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    1. Growth, photosynthesis, respiration, and intracellular free amino acid profiles in the unicellular alga Cyanidium caldarium. Effect of nutrient limitation and resupply (pages 652–658)

      Vincenza Vona, Vittoria Di Martino Rigano, Sergio Esposito, Catello Di Martino and Carmelo Rigano

      Version of Record online: 28 APR 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1992.tb04768.x

  11. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis

    1. Top of page
    2. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    3. Ecophysiology and stress
    4. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    5. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    6. Ecophysiology and stress
    7. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    8. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    9. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    10. Ecophysiology and stress
    11. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    12. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    13. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    1. Isoelectric focusing of pigment-protein complexes solubilized from non-irradiated and irradiated prolamellar bodies (pages 659–669)

      Bengt Wiktorsson, Margareta Ryberg, Simon Gough and Christer Sundqvist

      Version of Record online: 28 APR 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1992.tb04769.x

  12. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology

    1. Top of page
    2. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    3. Ecophysiology and stress
    4. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    5. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    6. Ecophysiology and stress
    7. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    8. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    9. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    10. Ecophysiology and stress
    11. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    12. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    13. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    1. Differential expression of CuZn-superoxide dismutases in Pinus sylvestris needles exposed to SO2 and NO2 (pages 689–696)

      Stanislaw Karpinski, Gunnar Wingsle, Barbara Karpinska and Jan-Erik Hällgren

      Version of Record online: 28 APR 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1992.tb04772.x

    2. Growth kinetics, polyamine pattern and biosynthesis in hairy root lines of Nicotiana tabacum (pages 697–703)

      Marisa Mengoli, Anna Ghelli, Dominique Chriqui and Nello Bagni

      Version of Record online: 28 APR 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1992.tb04773.x

    3. Species-specificity of the lytic activity of the cell wall in the genus Chlorella (pages 704–709)

      Naoko Araki and Hiroshi Takeda

      Version of Record online: 28 APR 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1992.tb04774.x

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