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Keve T. Kiss, Rolf Klee, Luc Ector and Éva Ács

References ÁCS É., SZABÓ K., KISS K. T., 2002: Nature conservation oriented algal biodiversity monitoring investigations in the main arm and some dead arms of the River Tisza I. Benthic diatoms. Limnological Reports 34, 111-120. ÁCS, É., SZABÓ, K., KISS, Á. K., TÓTH, B., ZÁRAY, GY., KISS, K. T., 2006: Investigation of epilithic algae on the River Danube from Germany to Hungary and the effect of a very dry year on the algae of the River Danube. Archiv für Hydrobiologie Suppl. Large Rivers 16, 389-417. ÁCS

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Ágnes Bolgovics, Éva Ács, Gábor Várbíró, Keve Tihamér Kiss, Balázs A. Lukács and Gábor Borics

assessments in Europe. Journal of Applied Phycology 10, 215-224. KISS, K. T., l987: Phytoplankton studies in the Szigetköz section of the Danube during l98l- l982. Archiv für Hydrobiologie, Algological Studies 47, 247-273. KISS, K. T., ÁCS, É., 2009: The algal fl ora of the River Bodrog. Thaiszia - Journal of Botany, Kosice 19, Suppl. 1, 99-124. KISS, K. T., GENKAL, S. I., 1996: Phytoplankton of the Danube’s reservoirs in September 1995 from Germany to Hungary. Limnologische Berichte Donau 1, 143-148. KISS, K

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Acta Botanica Croatica

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Joanna Marchewka, Ina Beltrán de Heredia, Xavier Averós, Roberto Ruiz, Adroaldo J. Zanella, Julia Adriana Calderón Díaz and Inma Estevez

be reported in a separate manuscript. Behavioural changes observed in the current study were very frequent and had short durations; therefore, we considered them as events. The behavioural sequences were also video-recorded (Panasonic HDC-HS80, Osaka, Japan) as a precaution in case behavioural changes would occur too fast to be accurately recorded. Due to unexpected behaviours occurring during tests (i.e. exploratory climbs [ECs] and abrupt climbs (ACs) on the walls, defined as a climb on the pen walls requiring at least both front legs to be off the ground), and

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Mátyás Báder and Róbert Németh

faanyagának szorpciós tulajdonságaira [The effect of hydrothermal treatment on the sorption properties of black locust] Nyugatmagyarországi Egyetem. Sopron. 105 p. (in Hungarian) N iemz , P. (1993): Physik des Holzes und der Holzwerkstoffe. DRW-Verlag, Leinfelden-Echterdingen. 243 p. N iemz , P. – S onderegger , W. (2017): Holzphysik. Carl Hanser Verlag, München. 580 p. O lsson , A. M. – S almén , L. (2003): The softening behavior of hemicelluloses related to moisture. In: G atenholm , P. – T enkanen , M. (eds.): Hemicelluloses: Science and Technology. ACS

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Judita Koreivienė and Olga Belous

. - Chemical Research in Toxicology, 11(3): 159-163. Koskenniemi K., Lyra C., Raja niemi-Wack lin P., Jokela J., Sivonen K., 2007: Quantitative realtime PCR detection of toxic Nodularia cyanobacteria in the Baltic Sea. - Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 73: 2173-2179. Kováts N., Ács A., Paulovits G., Vaa s G., 2011: Response of Lemna minor clones to Microcystis toxicity. - Applied ecology and environmental research, (1): 17-26. Kurmayer R., Kutzenberger T., 2003: Application of real-time PCR for quantification of

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Ting Shan Yao, Xiao Feng Zhu, Jin Hee Jung and Yuan Hu Xuan

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Soluble N-ethyl-maleimide sensitive factor attachment adaptor protein receptor (SNARE) domain-containing proteins were mainly involved in vesicle-associated membrane fusion. Genetic screening has revealed the function of SNARE in different aspects of plant biology. Among them, Synthaxin-22 (SYP22) a Qa-SNARE has been reported to have a pleiotropic function in plant development including regulation of leaf waving, shoot gravitropism and flowering time. In this study, we identified a new role of SYP22 in regulation of brassinosteroid (BR) signaling, especially in the dark. SYP22 interacts with BR receptor, brassinosteroid insensitive 1 (BRI1), and overexpression of SYP22 enhanced a weak BRI1 mutant bri1-5 phenotype. syp22 mutant exhibits short hypocotyl and it is sensitive to exogenously treated BR while slightly insensitive to BR-biosynthesis inhibitor propiconazole (PCZ) in the dark. Expression levels of BR signaling maker genes ACS5, SAUR15 and IAA19 were slightly higher, while BR6OX2, a BR biosynthesis marker gene, was lower in syp22 compared to the wild-type. In addition, syp22 was sensitive to 2,4-D, a synthetic auxin, in the dark. In conclusion, SYP22 is involved in BR- and auxin-mediated hypocotyl growth inhibition in the dark, which might be via interaction with BR and auxin key regulators to alter their internalization in Arabidopsis.

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Olga S. Jakovljević, Slađana S. Popović, Danijela P. Vidaković, Katarina Z. Stojanović and Jelena Ž. Krizmanić

References Ács, É., Borics, G., Fehér, G., Kiss, K.T., Reskóne, N.M., Stenger-Kovács, Cs., Vábríró, G., 2009: Implementation of the European Water Framework Directive to assessment the water quality of Hungarian running waters with diatoms. Datomededelingen 33, 29–33. Àcs, É., Szabó, K., Tóth, B., Kiss, K.T., 2004: Investigation of benthic algal communities, especially diatoms of some Hungarian streams in connection with reference conditions of the water framework directives. Acta Botanica Hungarica 46, 255–277. Andrejić, J., 2012: Floristic

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Zsuzsanna Kókai, István Bácsi, Péter Török, Krisztina Buczkó, Enikő T-Krasznai, Csaba Balogh, Béla Tóthmérész and Viktória Béres

References ÁCS, É., SZABÓ, K., KISS, K. T., HINDÁK, F, 2003: Benthic algal investigations in the Danube river and some of its main tributaries from Germany to Hungary. Biologia 58, 545-554. ÁCS, É., SZABÓ, K., KISS, Á. K., TÓTH, B., ZÁRAY, G. Y., KISS, K. T., 2006: Investigation of epilithic algae on the River Danube from Germany to Hungary and the effect of a very dry year on the algae of the River Danube. Archiv für Hydrobiologie, Supplementband 158, 389-417. ANTONIADES, D., DOUGLAS, M. S. V., SMOL, J. P. 2004

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Koraljka Kralj Borojević, Marija Gligora Udovič, Petar Žutinić, Gábor Várbíró and Anđelka Plenković-Moraj

References Ács, É., Kiss, K. T., 1991: Investigation of periphytic algae in the Danube at Göd (1669 river km, Hungary). Archiv für Hydrobiologie- Algological Studies 62, 47-67. Ács, É., Szabó, K., Kiss, K. T., Hindák, F., 2003: Benthic algal investigations in the Danube river and some of its main tributaries from Germany to Hungary. Biologia 58, 545-554. Ács, É., Reskóné, M. N., Szabó, K., Taba, G., Kiss, K. T., 2005: Application of epiphytic diatoms in water quality monitoring of Lake Velence - recommendations