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Review - Flavins as photoreceptors of blue light and their spectroscopic properties

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Photosynthetic light reactions in Oryza sativa L. under Cd stress: Influence of iron, calcium, and zinc supplements

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Phytochemistry, HPLC profile and antioxidant activity of aqueous extracts of fenugreek (Trigonella foenum graecum L.) seeds grown in arid zones of Algeria

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Finding Hidden Structures, Hierarchies, and Cores in Networks via Isospectral Reduction

. Red vertices are symmetric and the yellow vertex is latently symmetric with the two red vertices. (Right) A Metabolic network of the eukaryotic organism Arabidopsis Thaliana [ 23 ]. Latently symmetric vertices are colored red. A second example of a latent symmetry in real-world network data is in the metabolic network for the cellular processes in Arabidopsis thaliana , a eukaryotic organism [23]. This is a biological network of chemical reactions. Figure 4 (right) shows the the largest strongly connected component of this network. Here vertices represent

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Allelic composition of the TaCwi-A1 and TaSus2-2В genes affecting grain weight in the collection of winter wheat cultivars

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Large-scale Identification of Expressed Sequence Tags (ESTs) from Nicotianatabacum by Normalized cDNA Library Sequencing

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Proteases with caspase 3-like activity participate in cell death during stress-induced microspore embryogenesis of Brassica napus

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Cell wall gene expression in two sub-species of flax

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Genetic bases of tomatо marker-assisted selection in Belarus

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GSTF1 gene expression at local Albanian wheat cultivar Dajti under salinity and heat conditions

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