Physiologia Plantarum

Cover image for Physiologia Plantarum

February 1993

Volume 87, Issue 2

Pages 109–247

  1. Ecophysiology and stress

    1. Top of page
    2. Ecophysiology and stress
    3. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    4. Uptake and transport
    5. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    6. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    7. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    8. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    9. Ecophysiology and stress
    10. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    11. Ecophysiology and stress
    12. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    13. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    14. Ecophysiology and stress
    1. Influence of UV-B radiation on developmental changes, ethylene, CO2 flux and polyamines in cv. Doyenne d'Hiver pear shoots grown in vitro (pages 109–117)

      Stefano Predieri, Donald T. Krizek, Chien Y. Wang, Roman M. Mirecki and Richard H. Zimmerman

      Version of Record online: 28 APR 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1993.tb00132.x

  2. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology

    1. Top of page
    2. Ecophysiology and stress
    3. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    4. Uptake and transport
    5. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    6. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    7. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    8. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    9. Ecophysiology and stress
    10. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    11. Ecophysiology and stress
    12. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    13. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    14. Ecophysiology and stress
    1. Effect of temperature on plasma membrane and tonoplast ion channels in Arabidopsis thaliana (pages 118–124)

      Roberta Colombo and Raffaella Cerana

      Version of Record online: 28 APR 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1993.tb00133.x

  3. Uptake and transport

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

    1. Top of page
    2. Ecophysiology and stress
    3. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    4. Uptake and transport
    5. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    6. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    7. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    8. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    9. Ecophysiology and stress
    10. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    11. Ecophysiology and stress
    12. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    13. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    14. Ecophysiology and stress
    1. Induction and activation of the alternative oxidase of potato tuber mitochondria (pages 134–141)

      Annika C. Lidén and Hans-Erik Åkerlund

      Version of Record online: 28 APR 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1993.tb00135.x

  5. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture

    1. Top of page
    2. Ecophysiology and stress
    3. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    4. Uptake and transport
    5. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    6. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    7. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    8. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    9. Ecophysiology and stress
    10. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    11. Ecophysiology and stress
    12. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    13. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    14. Ecophysiology and stress
    1. Role of xyloglucan breakdown in epidermal cell walls for auxininduced elongation of azuki bean epicotyl segments (pages 142–147)

      Takayuki Hoson, Yoshiaki Sone, Akira Misaki and Yoshio Masuda

      Version of Record online: 28 APR 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1993.tb00136.x

    2. Cytokinins in photoperiodic induction of flowering in Chenopodium species (pages 160–166)

      Ivana Macháčková, Jan Krekule, Josef Eder, Frideta Seidlová and Miroslav Strnad

      Version of Record online: 28 APR 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1993.tb00138.x

    3. Cellular changes in early development of regenerating thin cell layer-explants of rapeseed analyzed by light and electron microscopy (pages 167–176)

      K. Pihakaski-Maunsbach, K. Brauner Nygaard, K. H. Jensen and O. Rasmussen

      Version of Record online: 28 APR 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1993.tb00139.x

  6. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology

    1. Top of page
    2. Ecophysiology and stress
    3. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    4. Uptake and transport
    5. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    6. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    7. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    8. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    9. Ecophysiology and stress
    10. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    11. Ecophysiology and stress
    12. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    13. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    14. Ecophysiology and stress
    1. Garlic (Allium sativum) chitinases: characterization and molecular cloning (pages 177–186)

      Els J. M. Van Damme, Pieter Willems, Sophie Torrekens, Fred Van Leuven and Willy J. Peumans

      Version of Record online: 28 APR 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1993.tb00140.x

  7. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis

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

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

    1. Top of page
    2. Ecophysiology and stress
    3. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    4. Uptake and transport
    5. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    6. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    7. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    8. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    9. Ecophysiology and stress
    10. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    11. Ecophysiology and stress
    12. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    13. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    14. Ecophysiology and stress
    1. Abscisic acid content at defined levels of bud dormancy and frost tolerance in two contrasting populations of Picea abies grown in a phytotron (pages 203–210)

      Mohammed Qamaruddin, Ingegerd Dormling, Inger Ekberg, Gösta Erikason and Elisabeth Tillberg

      Version of Record online: 28 APR 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1993.tb00143.x

  10. Ecophysiology and stress

    1. Top of page
    2. Ecophysiology and stress
    3. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    4. Uptake and transport
    5. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    6. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    7. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    8. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    9. Ecophysiology and stress
    10. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    11. Ecophysiology and stress
    12. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    13. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    14. Ecophysiology and stress
    1. Chemical changes and O2˙− production in thylakoid membranes under water stress (pages 211–216)

      Cristima Luisa Maria Sgherri, Calogero Pinzino and Flavia Navari-Izzo

      Version of Record online: 28 APR 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1993.tb00144.x

    2. On the interaction of UV-B radiation (280–315 nm) with water stress in crop plants (pages 217–222)

      T. Balakumar, V. Hani Babu Vincent and Kailash Paliwal

      Version of Record online: 28 APR 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1993.tb00145.x

  11. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology

    1. Top of page
    2. Ecophysiology and stress
    3. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    4. Uptake and transport
    5. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    6. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    7. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    8. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    9. Ecophysiology and stress
    10. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    11. Ecophysiology and stress
    12. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    13. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    14. Ecophysiology and stress
    1. The unusual sugar composition in leaves of the resurrection plant Myrothamnus flabellifolia (pages 223–226)

      Giorgio Bianchi, Anna Gamba, Rita Limiroli, Nicoletta Pozzi, Ralph Elster, Francesco Salamini and Dorothea Bartels

      Version of Record online: 28 APR 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1993.tb00146.x

    2. Antioxidative protection in a drought-resistant maize strain during leaf senescence (pages 227–231)

      G. M. Pastori and V. S. Trippi

      Version of Record online: 28 APR 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1993.tb00147.x

  12. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis

    1. Top of page
    2. Ecophysiology and stress
    3. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    4. Uptake and transport
    5. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    6. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    7. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    8. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    9. Ecophysiology and stress
    10. Growth and development; cell and tissue culture
    11. Ecophysiology and stress
    12. Plant biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
    13. Photobiophysics and photosynthesis
    14. Ecophysiology and stress
    1. Accumulation of canthaxanthin in Chlorella emersonii (pages 232–236)

      S. Arad Malis, E. Cohen and A. Ben Amotz

      Version of Record online: 28 APR 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1993.tb00148.x

  13. Ecophysiology and stress

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

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