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417Auxin transport affects vessel structure and hydraulic properties in hybrid poplar
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PhysiologyEckart, Phoebe; Alsamadisi, Noah; Martin, Celia; Spicer, Rachel.auxin
vessel
hybrid poplar
xylem
wood anatomy
374Calcium application lowers the accumulation of heavy metal cadmium in chickpea and mungbean
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PhysiologySingh , Kamal Jit.abiotic stress
Legumes
Source-sink
Tolerance
Amalgum
152Cerium oxide nanoparticles improve Arabidopsis salinity stress tolerance by enabling leaf mesophyll K+ retention
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PhysiologyWU, HONGHONG; Shabala, Lana; Shabala, Sergey; Giraldo, Juan Pablo.cerium oxide nanoparticles
ion channels/transporters
ion fluxes
mesophyll K+ retention
RT-qPCR
salt stress
34Nitrogen uptake and foliar distribution during heavy metal accumulation by young Chromolaena odorata plants
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PhysiologyOmoregie, Gloria; Ikhajiagbe, Beckley; Anoliefo, Geoffrey.Phytoremediation
nitrogen assimilation
heavy metals
Chromolaena odorata
nitrate
ammonium
132Plant Nanobionic Protection from Abiotic Stress Enhances the Light and Carbon Reactions of Photosynthesis in Arabidopsis
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PhysiologyWU, HONGHONG; Tito, Nicolas; Giraldo, Juan Pablo.abiotic stress
cerium oxide nanoparticles
chloroplast
photosynthesis
plant nanobionics
361The physiological pollutant effects on tropical/subtropical  seagrass of diminution of light through turbidity,  of temperature, of salinity.  
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PhysiologyThorhaug, Anitra; Poulos, Helen Mills; Schwarz, Arthur; Berlyn, Graeme .Seagrass Temperature limits
Seagrass salinity limits
Seagrass light limits
Seagrass power plants
Tropical Atlantic Seagrass light limits
 Thalassia testudinum
Halodule wrightii
351The physiological pollutant effects on tropical/subtropical seagrass of diminution of light through turbidity, of temperature, of salinity.  
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PhysiologyThorhaug, Anitra; Berlyn, Graeme ; Schwarz, Arthur; Poulos, Helen Mills.Seagrass Temperature limits
Seagrass salinity limits
Seagrass light limits
Tropical seagrass pollution limits
Seagrass power plants
Tropical Atlantic Seagrass light limits
Thalassia testudinum
Halodule wrightii
Syringodium filiforme

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