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  • Ultraviolet radiation and cyanobacteria. 

    Rastogi, RP; Sinha, RP; Moh, SH; Lee, TK; Kottuparambil, S; Kim, Y-J; Rhee, J-S; Choi, E-M; Brown, MT; Häder, D-P; Han, T (Switzerland, 2014-12)
    Cyanobacteria are the dominant photosynthetic prokaryotes from an ecological, economical, or evolutionary perspective, and depend on solar energy to conduct their normal life processes. However, the marked increase in ...
  • The use of HyPer to examine spatial and temporal changes in H2O2 in high light-exposed plants. 

    Exposito-Rodriguez, M; Laissue, PP; Littlejohn, GR; Smirnoff, N; Mullineaux, PM (United States, 2013)
    Exposure of photosynthetic cells of leaf tissues of Arabidopsis thaliana (Arabidopsis) to high light intensities (HL) may provoke a rapid rise in hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) levels in chloroplasts and subcellular compartments, ...

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