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Toward uncovering an operating system in plant organs. Davis, G. V., de Souza Moraes, T., Khanapurkar, S., Dromiack, H., Ahmad, Z., Bayer, E. M., Bhalerao, R. P., Walker, S. I., & Bassel, G. W. Trends in Plant Science, 29(7): 742–753. July 2024.
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Obscurity of chlorophyll tails - Is chlorophyll with farnesyl tail incorporated into PSII complexes?. Graça, A. T., Lihavainen, J., Hussein, R., & Schröder, W. P. Physiologia Plantarum, 176(4): e14428. July 2024. Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd
Obscurity of chlorophyll tails - Is chlorophyll with farnesyl tail incorporated into PSII complexes? [link]Paper   doi   link   bibtex   abstract  
Integrity of xylan backbone affects plant responses to drought. Barbut, F. R., Cavel, E., Donev, E. N., Gaboreanu, I., Urbancsok, J., Pandey, G., Demailly, H., Jiao, D., Yassin, Z., Derba-Maceluch, M., Master, E. R., Scheepers, G., Gutierrez, L., & Mellerowicz, E. J. Frontiers in Plant Science, 15. June 2024. Publisher: Frontiers
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Unraveling the unique structural motifs of glucuronoxylan from hybrid aspen wood. Sivan, P., Heinonen, E., Escudero, L., Gandla, M. L., Jiménez-Quero, A., Jönsson, L. J., Mellerowicz, E. J., & Vilaplana, F. Carbohydrate Polymers, 343: 122434. November 2024.
Unraveling the unique structural motifs of glucuronoxylan from hybrid aspen wood [link]Paper   doi   link   bibtex   abstract  
“Ectomycorrhizal exploration type” could be a functional trait explaining the spatial distribution of tree symbiotic fungi as a function of forest humus forms. Khalfallah, F, Bon, L, El Mazlouzi, M, Bakker, M., Fanin, N, Bellanger, R, Bernier, F, De Schrijver, A, Ducatillon, C, Fotelli, M., Gateble, G, Gundale, M., Larsson, M, Legout, A, Mason, W., Nordin, A, Smolander, A, Spyroglou, G, Vanguelova, E., Vesterdal, L, Zeller, B, Augusto, L, Derrien, D, & Buée, M Mycorrhiza. May 2024.
“Ectomycorrhizal exploration type” could be a functional trait explaining the spatial distribution of tree symbiotic fungi as a function of forest humus forms [link]Paper   doi   link   bibtex   abstract  
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