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    1. Albrechtova, JTP; Metzger, CS; Wagner, E
      pH-patterning at the shoot apical meristem as related to time of day during different light treatments

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    2. Nakazawa, A; Nozue, M; Yasuda, H; Takeba, G; Kubo, H
      Expression pattern and gene structure of phenylalanine ammonia-lyase in Pharbitis nil

      JOURNAL OF PLANT RESEARCH
    3. Mitani, N; Yang, YY; Nakajima, M; Kamiya, Y; Yokota, T; Yamaguchi, I
      Preparation and validation of an antibody against gibberellin glucosides

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE JAPAN ACADEMY SERIES B-PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    4. Hoshino, A; Johzuka-Hisatomi, Y; Iida, S
      Gene duplication and mobile genetic elements in the morning glories

      GENE
    5. Blazkova, A; Machackova, I; Eder, J; Krekule, J
      Benzyladenine-induced inhibition of flowering in Chenopodium rubrum in vitro is not related to the levels of isoprenoid cytokinins

      PLANT GROWTH REGULATION
    6. Kamuro, Y; Onwona-Agyeman, S; Matsui, S
      The promotive effect of applying mixtures of (S)-(+)-abscisic acid and gibberellic acid on flowering in long-day plants

      PLANT GROWTH REGULATION
    7. Zielinska, M; Michniewicz, M
      The effect of calcium on the production of ethylene and abscisic acid by fungus Fusarium culmorum and by wheat seedlings infected with that pathogen

      ACTA PHYSIOLOGIAE PLANTARUM
    8. Sakamoto, T; Kobayashi, M; Itoh, H; Tagiri, A; Kayano, T; Tanaka, H; Iwahori, S; Matsuoka, M
      Expression of a gibberellin 2-oxidase gene around the shoot apex is related to phase transition in rice

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    9. Matsui, T; Ueda, T; Oki, T; Sugita, K; Terahara, N; Matsumoto, K
      alpha-glucosidase inhibitory action of natural acylated anthocyanins. 2. alpha-glucosidase inhibition by isolated acylated anthocyanins

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY
    10. Maeda, T; Asami, T; Yoshida, S; Takeno, K
      The processes inhibited and promoted by abscisic acid in photoperiodic flowering of Pharbitis nil

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    11. Yoshizaki, M; Furumoto, T; Hata, S; Shinozaki, M; Izui, K
      cDNA cloning and expression analysis of a non-photosynthetic ferredoxin gene in morning glory (Pharbitis nil)

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-GENE STRUCTURE AND EXPRESSION
    12. Bassett, CL; Nickerson, ML; Cohen, RA; Rajeevan, MS
      Alternative transcript initiation and novel post-transcriptional processing of a leucine-rich repeat receptor-like protein kinase gene that responds to short-day photoperiodic floral induction in morning glory (Ipomoea nil)

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    13. Walczysko, P; Wagner, E; Albrechtova, JTP
      Use of co-loaded Fluo-3 and Fura Red fluorescent indicators for studying the cytosolic Ca2+ concentrations distribution in living plant tissue

      CELL CALCIUM
    14. Szmidt-Jaworska, A; Jaworski, K; Kesy, J; Kopcewicz, J
      Production and purification of polyclonal antibodies to Pisum and Avena labile phytochrome which cross-react with phyA from Pharbitis nil

      ACTA PHYSIOLOGIAE PLANTARUM
    15. Nagata, N; Saito, C; Sakai, A; Kuroiwa, H; Kuroiwa, T
      Unique positioning of mitochondria in developing microspores and pollen grains in Pharbitis nil: mitochondria cover the nuclear surface at specific developmental stages

      PROTOPLASMA
    16. Tofern, B; Jenett-Siems, K; Siems, K; Jakupovic, J; Eich, E
      Bonaspectins and neobonaspectins, first sesquilignans and sesquineolignansfrom a convolvulaceous species

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    17. Carter, CE; Szmidt-Jaworska, A; Hughes, M; Thomas, B; Jackson, S
      Phytochrome regulation of phytochrome A mRNA levels in the model short-day-plant Pharbitis nil

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    18. Szmidt-Jaworska, A; Jaworski, K; Kopcewicz, J
      The level of phyA in Pharbitis nil Chois during the photoperiodic flower induction

      ACTA SOCIETATIS BOTANICORUM POLONIAE
    19. Ando, T; Saito, N; Tatsuzawa, F; Kakefuda, T; Yamakage, K; Ohtani, E; Koshi-ishi, M; Matsusake, Y; Kokubun, H; Watanabe, H; Tsukamoto, T; Ueda, Y; Hashimoto, G; Marchesi, E; Asakura, K; Hara, R; Seki, H
      Floral anthocyanins in wild taxa of Petunia (Solanaceae)

      BIOCHEMICAL SYSTEMATICS AND ECOLOGY
    20. Isobe, S; Ishida, N; Koizumi, M; Kano, H; Hazlewood, CF
      Effect of electric field on physical states of cell-associated water in germinating morning glory seeds observed by H-1-NMR

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-GENERAL SUBJECTS
    21. Ueno, E; Shinozaki, M
      Effects of the inhibitors of biosynthesis and degradation of catecholamines on photoperiodic induction of flowering in Pharbitis nil

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    22. Nagata, N; Saito, C; Sakai, A; Kuroiwa, H; Kuroiwa, T
      Decrease in mitochondrial DNA and concurrent increase in plastid DNA in generative cells of Pharbitis nil during pollen development

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    23. Kondoh, M; Fukusada, Y; Murakami, A; Shigeta, C; Tanimoto, S
      Flowering may be controlled by a quantitative balance between flower-inducing and -inhibiting substances in Pharbitis nil

      PLANT GROWTH REGULATION
    24. Kondoh, M; Murakami, A; Shigeta, C; Tanimoto, S
      Flower-inducing and -inhibiting activities of phloem exudate from cotyledons of Pharbitis seedlings

      PLANT GROWTH REGULATION
    25. Tatsuzawa, F; Ando, T; Saito, N; Yoda, K; Kokubun, H; Watanabe, H; Hashimoto, G; Asakura, K; Hara, R; Seki, H
      Acylated malvidin 3-rutinosides in dusky violet flowers of Petunia integrifolia subsp inflata

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    26. Figueiredo, P; George, F; Tatsuzawa, F; Toki, K; Saito, N; Brouillard, R
      New features of intramolecular copigmentation by acylated anthocyanins

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    27. Yoshida, I; Yamagata, H; Hirasawa, E
      Blue- and red-light regulation and circadian control of gene expression ofS-adenosylmethionine decarboxylase in Pharbitis nil

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    28. Kulikowska-Gulewska, H; Kopcewicz, J
      Ethylene in the control of photoperiodic flower induction in Pharbitis nilChois.

      ACTA SOCIETATIS BOTANICORUM POLONIAE
    29. GAHAN PB; ISHKHANES ST; CREVECOEUR M; GREPPIN H
      CALCIUM STIMULATION OF GLUCOSE-6-PHOSPHATE-DEHYDROGENASE ACTIVITY IN SHOOT APICES OF SPINACIA-OLERACEA DURING FLORAL EVOCATION

      Cell biochemistry and function
    30. KOO JC; LEE SY; CHUN HJ; CHEONG YH; CHOI JS; KAWABATA S; MIYAGI M; TSUNASAWA S; HA KS; BAE DW; HAN CD; LEE BL; CHO MJ
      2 HEVEIN HOMOLOGS ISOLATED FROM THE SEED OF PHARBITIS-NIL L. EXHIBIT POTENT ANTIFUNGAL ACTIVITY

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Protein structure and molecular enzymology
    31. SAITO N; TATSUZAWA F; KASAHARA K; IIDA S; HONDA T
      ACYLATED CYANIDIN 3-SOPHOROSIDES IN THE BROWNISH-RED FLOWERS OF IPOMOEA-PURPUREA

      Phytochemistry
    32. Yoshida, I; Hirasawa, E
      Photoinduction of arginine decarboxylase activity in leaves of Pharbitis nil

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    33. SANAN N; SOPORY SK
      A ROLE OF G-PROTEINS AND CALCIUM IN LIGHT-REGULATED PRIMARY LEAF FORMATION IN SORGHUM-BICOLOR

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    34. YOSHIDA I; YAMAGATA H; HIRASAWA E
      LIGHT-REGULATED GENE-EXPRESSION OF S-ADENOSYLMETHIONINE DECARBOXYLASEIN PHARBITIS-NIL

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    35. Luczkiewicz, M; Cisowski, W
      The RP-HPLC analysis of anthocyanins

      CHROMATOGRAPHIA
    36. DOUGALL DK; BAKER DC; GAKH EG; REDUS MA; WHITTEMORE NA
      STUDIES ON THE STABILITY AND CONFORMATION OF MONOACYLATED ANTHOCYANINS PART 2 - ANTHOCYANINS FROM WILD CARROT SUSPENSION-CULTURES ACYLATED WITH SUPPLIED CARBOXYLIC-ACIDS

      Carbohydrate research
    37. KULIKOWSKAGULEWSKA H; GALOCH E; KOPCEWICZ J
      ABA IN PHOTOPERIODIC INDUCTION OF PHARBITIS-NIL

      Acta Societatis Botanicorum Poloniae
    38. WIJAYANTI L; KOBAYASHI M; FUJIOKA S; SAKURAI A
      GIBBERELLIN TRANSPORT FROM THE COTYLEDON TO PLUMULE IN THE FLOWERING OF PHARBITIS-NIL

      Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry
    39. WIJAYANTI L; FUJIOKA S; KOBAYASHI M; SAKURAI A
      INVOLVEMENT OF ABSCISIC-ACID AND INDOLE-3-ACETIC-ACID IN THE FLOWERING OF PHARBITIS-NIL

      Journal of plant growth regulation
    40. ALBRECHTOVA JTP; SLAVIK J; WAGNER E
      CONFOCAL PH-TOPOGRAPHY IN THE SHOOT APEX OF CHENOPODIUM-RUBRUM IN RELATION TO DIFFERENT PHOTOPERIODS

      Endocytobiosis and cell research
    41. LALL N; BOSA A; NIKOLOVA RV
      MORPHOLOGICAL-CHARACTERISTICS OF IMPATIENS-FLANAGANIAE HEMSL. GROWN UNDER DIFFERENT LIGHT CONDITIONS

      South African journal of botany
    42. BELLAMINE J; GREPPIN H
      INVOLVEMENT OF CALCIUM IN THE IN-VITRO SENSITIVITY CHANGE OF THE PLASMA-MEMBRANE H-ATPASE TO INDOLE-3-ACETIC-ACID()

      Acta Physiologiae Plantarum
    43. LUKASIEWICZRUTKOWSKA H; TRETYN A; CYMERSKI M; KOPCEWICZ J
      THE EFFECT OF EXOGENOUS ACETYLCHOLINE AND OTHER CHOLINERGIC AGENTS ONPHOTOPERIODIC FLOWER INDUCTION OF PHARBITIS-NIL

      Acta Societatis Botanicorum Poloniae
    44. RUNGE S; SPERLING U; FRICK G; APEL K; ARMSTRONG GA
      DISTINCT ROLES FOR LIGHT-DEPENDENT NADPH-PROTOCHLOROPHYLLIDE OXIDOREDUCTASES (POR) A AND B DURING GREENING IN HIGHER-PLANTS

      Plant journal
    45. WIJAYANTI L; FUJIOKA S; KOBAYASHI M; SAKURAI A
      EFFECT OF UNICONAZOLE AND GIBBERELLIN ON THE FLOWERING OF PHARBITIS-NIL

      Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry
    46. CLINE MG
      EXOGENOUS AUXIN EFFECTS ON LATERAL BUD OUTGROWTH IN DECAPITATED SHOOTS

      Annals of botany
    47. ISHIMARU A; TAKENO K; SHINOZAKI M
      CORRELATION OF FLOWERING INDUCED BY LOW-TEMPERATURE AND ENDOGENOUS LEVELS OF PHENYLPROPANOIDS IN PHARBITIS-NIL - A STUDY WITH A SECONDARY-METABOLISM MUTANT

      Journal of plant physiology
    48. TAKENO K
      INFLUENCES OF PLANT HORMONES ON PHOTOPERIODIC FLOWERING IN PHARBITIS-NIL - REEVALUATION BY THE PERFUSION TECHNIQUE

      Plant growth regulation
    49. GALOCH E; BURKACKALAUKAJTYS E; KOPCEWICZ J
      EFFECT OF CYTOKININS ON FLOWER DIFFERENTIATION IN CULTURED PLANTLETS OF PHARBITIS-NIL CHOIS

      Acta Physiologiae Plantarum
    50. CAFFARO SV; MATEOS JL; VICENTE C
      CHANGES IN THE ACTIVITY OF AN ENZYMATIC MARKER BOUND TO PLASMALEMMA DURING THE PHOTOPERIODIC FLOWERING INDUCTION IN SOYBEAN

      Phyton
    51. PERILLEUX C; ONGENA P; BERNIER G
      CHANGES IN GENE-EXPRESSION IN THE LEAF OF LOLIUM-TEMULENTUM L CERES DURING THE PHOTOPERIODIC INDUCTION OF FLOWERING

      Planta
    52. YEO D; ABE T; ABE H; SAKURAI A; TAKIO K; DOHMAE N; TAKAHASHI N; YOSHIDA S
      PARTIAL CHARACTERIZATION OF A 17 KDA ACIDIC PROTEIN, EFP, INDUCED BY THIOCARBAMATE IN THE EARLY FLOWERING PHASE IN ASPARAGUS SEEDLINGS

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    53. ONO M; SAGEONO K; INOUE M; KAMADA H; HARADA H
      TRANSIENT INCREASE IN THE LEVEL OF MESSENGER-RNA FOR A GERMIN-LIKE PROTEIN IN LEAVES OF THE SHORT-DAY PLANT PHARBITIS-NIL DURING THE PHOTOPERIODIC INDUCTION OF FLOWERING

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    54. YANG YY; YAMAGUCHI I; MUROFUSHI N
      METABOLISM AND TRANSLOCATION OF GIBBERELLINS IN THE SEEDLINGS OF PHARBITIS-NIL .2. PHOTOPERIODIC EFFECTS ON METABOLISM AND TRANSLOCATION OFGIBBERELLINS APPLIED TO COTYLEDONS

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    55. SAITO N; TATSUZAWA F; YOKOI M; KASAHARA K; IIDA S; SHIGIHARA A; HONDA T
      ACYLATED PELARGONIDIN GLYCOSIDES IN RED-PURPLE FLOWERS OF IPOMOEA-PURPUREA

      Phytochemistry
    56. SAITO N; TOKI K; OZDEN S; HONDA T
      ACYLATED DELPHINIDIN GLYCOSIDES IN THE BLUE-VIOLET FLOWERS OF CONSOLIDA-ARMENIACA

      Phytochemistry
    57. SAITO N; TATSUZAWA F; KASAHARA K; YOKOI M; IIDA S; SHIGIHARA A; HONDA T
      ACYLATED PEONIDIN GLYCOSIDES IN THE SLATE FLOWERS OF PHARBITIS-NIL

      Phytochemistry
    58. SAITO N; TATSUZAWA F; HONGO A; WIN KW; YOKOI M; SHIGIHARA A; HONDA T
      ACYLATED PELARGONIDIN 3-SAMBUBIOSIDE-5-GLUCOSIDES IN MATTHIOLA-INCANA

      Phytochemistry
    59. TATSUZAWA F; SAITO N; YOKOI M; SHIGIHARA A; HONDA T
      ACYLATED CYANIDIN 3,7,3'-TRIGLUCOSIDES IN FLOWERS OF X LAELIOCATTLEYACV MINI-PURPLE AND ITS RELATIVES

      Phytochemistry
    60. FIGUEIREDO P; ELHABIRI M; TOKI K; SAITO N; DANGLES O; BROUILLARD R
      NEW ASPECTS OF ANTHOCYANIN COMPLEXATION - INTRAMOLECULAR COPIGMENTATION AS A MEANS FOR COLOR LOSS

      Phytochemistry
    61. TAKENO K; MAEDA T
      ABSCISIC-ACID BOTH PROMOTES AND INHIBITS PHOTOPERIODIC FLOWERING OF PHARBITIS-NIL

      Physiologia Plantarum
    62. TAKENO K; TSURUTA T; MAEDA T
      GIBBERELLINS ARE NOT ESSENTIAL FOR PHOTOPERIODIC FLOWER INDUCTION OF PHARBITIS-NIL

      Physiologia Plantarum
    63. DAY JS; LOVEYS BR; ASPINALL D
      CYTOKININ AND CARBOHYDRATE CHANGES DURING FLOWERING OF BORONIA-MEGASTIGMA

      Australian journal of plant physiology
    64. CYMERSKI M; KOPCEWICZ J
      KCN BLOCKS THE INHIBITING EFFECT OF RED-LIGHT NIGHT-BREAK ON THE FLOWERING OF PHARBITIS-NIL

      Journal of plant physiology
    65. LUMSDEN PJ; YOUNGS JA; THOMAS B; VINCEPRUE D
      EVIDENCE THAT PHOTOPERIODIC, DARK TIME MEASUREMENT IN PHARBITIS-NIL INVOLVES A CIRCADIAN RATHER THAN A SEMIDIAN RHYTHM

      Plant, cell and environment
    66. GALOCH E; CZAPLEWSKA J; KOPCEWICZ J
      FLOWER-PROMOTING ACTIVITY OF GIBBERELLIN-A(3) IN PHARBITIS-NIL APEX CULTURES EXPOSED TO VARIOUS PHOTOPERIODS

      Acta Physiologiae Plantarum
    67. YOSHIDA K; CHEN RM; TANAKA A; TERAMOTO H; TANAKA R; TIMKO MP; TSUJI H
      CORRELATED CHANGES IN THE ACTIVITY, AMOUNT OF PROTEIN, AND ABUNDANCE OF TRANSCRIPT OF NADPH - PROTOCHLOROPHYLLIDE OXIDOREDUCTASE AND CHLOROPHYLL ACCUMULATION DURING GREENING OF CUCUMBER COTYLEDONS

      Plant physiology
    68. HIRAI N; KOJIMA Y; SHINOZAKI M; KOSHIMIZU K; MUROFUSHI N; TAKIMOTO A
      ACCUMULATION OF ASCORBIC-ACID IN THE COTYLEDONS OF MORNING GLORY (PHARBITIS-NIL) SEEDLINGS DURING THE INDUCTION OF FLOWERING BY LOW-TEMPERATURE TREATMENT AND THE EFFECT OF PRIOR EXPOSURE TO HIGH-INTENSITY LIGHT

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    69. NAKANISHI F; KUSUMI T; INOUE Y; FUJII T
      DIHYDROKAEMPFEROL GLUCOSIDE FROM COTYLEDONS PROMOTES FLOWERING IN PHARBITIS-NIL

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    70. KAMACHI S; HIRASAWA E
      SENSITIVITY TO HUMIDITY AND TEMPERATURE IN DARKNESS OF THE PHOTOINDUCTION OF S-ADENOSYL-L-METHIONINE DECARBOXYLASE ACTIVITY IN LEAVES OF PHARBITIS-NIL

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    71. YANG YY; YAMAGUCHI I; TAKENOWADA K; SUZUKI Y; MUROFUSHI N
      METABOLISM AND TRANSLOCATION OF GIBBERELLINS IN SEEDLINGS OF PHARBITIS-NIL .1. EFFECT OF PHOTOPERIOD ON STEM ELONGATION AND ENDOGENOUS GIBBERELLINS IN COTYLEDONS AND THEIR PHLOEM EXUDATES

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    72. HIRAI N; KUWANO Y; KOJIMA Y; KOSHIMIZU K; SHINOZAKI M; TAKIMOTO A
      INCREASE IN THE ACTIVITY OF PHENYLALANINE AMMONIA-LYASE DURING THE NON-PHOTOPERIODIC INDUCTION OF FLOWERING IN SEEDLINGS OF MORNING GLORY (PHARBITIS-NIL)

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    73. SAITO N; KU M; TATSUZAWA F; LU TS; YOKOI M; SHIGIHARA A; HONDA T
      ACYLATED CYANIDIN GLYCOSIDES IN THE PURPLE-RED FLOWERS OF BLETILLA-STRIATA

      Phytochemistry
    74. SAITO N; TATSUZAWA F; YODA K; YOKOI M; KASAHARA K; IIDA S; SHIGIHARA A; HONDA T
      ACYLATED CYANIDIN GLYCOSIDES IN THE VIOLET-BLUE FLOWERS OF IPOMOEA-PURPUREA

      Phytochemistry
    75. KOSHIOKA M; NISHIJIMA T; YAMAZAKI H; MANDER LN
      GIBBERELLIN METABOLISM IN SUSPENSION-CULTURED CELLS OF RAPHANUS-SATIVUS

      Phytochemistry
    76. BOROCHOV A; SPIEGELSTEIN H; HALEVY AH
      INVOLVEMENT OF SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION PATHWAY COMPONENTS IN PHOTOPERIODIC FLOWER INDUCTION IN PHARBITIS-NIL

      Physiologia Plantarum
    77. GOMEZ LA; SIMON E
      CIRCADIAN-RHYTHM OF ROBINIA-PSEUDOACACIA LEAFLET MOVEMENTS - ROLE OF CALCIUM AND PHYTOCHROME

      Photochemistry and photobiology
    78. KULIKOWSKAGULEWSKA H; CYMERSKI M; CZAPLEWSKA J; KOPCEWICZ J
      IAA IN THE CONTROL OF PHOTOPERIODIC FLOWER INDUCTION OF PHARBITIS-NILCHOIS

      Acta Societatis Botanicorum Poloniae
    79. KING RW; SHINOZAKI M; TAKIMOTO A; SWE KL
      GENES FOR DWARFING AND PHOTOPERIOD FLOWERING RESPONSE IN PHARBITIS-NIL CHOISY

      Journal of plant research
    80. GRINDAL G; MOE R
      EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE-DROP AND A SHORT DARK INTERRUPTION ON STEM ELONGATION AND FLOWERING IN BEGONIA X HIEMALIS FOTSCH

      Scientia horticulturae
    81. TRETYN A; CZAPLEWSKA J; CYMERSKI M; KOPCEWICZ J; KENDRICK RE
      THE MECHANISM OF CALCIUM ACTION ON FLOWER INDUCTION IN PHARBITIS-NIL

      Journal of plant physiology
    82. CZAPLEWSKA J; KOPCEWICZ J
      MITOTIC-ACTIVITY AS AN EARLY SYMPTOM OF FLOWER EVOCATION IN PHARBITIS-NIL CHOIS

      Acta Physiologiae Plantarum
    83. FUEDA W; HIRASAWA E
      CHLORIDE ABSORPTION AND DISTRIBUTION IN CHLORINE-DEFICIENT PHARBITIS-NIL

      Plant and soil
    84. HIRAI N; YAMAMURO M; KOSHIMIZU K; SHINOZAKI M; TAKIMOTO A
      ACCUMULATION OF PHENYLPROPANOIDS IN THE COTYLEDONS OF MORNING GLORY (PHARBITIS-NIL) SEEDLINGS DURING THE INDUCTION OF FLOWERING BY LOW-TEMPERATURE TREATMENT, AND THE EFFECT OF PRECEDENT EXPOSURE TO HIGH-INTENSITY LIGHT

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    85. WADA N; SHINOZAKI M; IWAMURA H
      FLOWER INDUCTION BY POLYAMINES AND RELATED-COMPOUNDS IN SEEDLINGS OF MORNING-GLORY (PHARBITIS-NIL CV. KIDACHI)

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    86. HIRASAWA E; SHIMADA A
      THE PHOTORESPONSE OF S-ADENOSYLMETHIONINE DECARBOXYLASE ACTIVITY IN LEAVES OF PHARBITIS-NIL

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    87. TATSUZAWA F; SAITO N; YOKOI M; SHIGIHARA A; HONDA T
      AN ACYLATED CYANIDIN GLYCOSIDE IN THE RED-PURPLE FLOWERS OF XLAELIOCATTLEYA CV MINI PURPLE

      Phytochemistry
    88. SAITO N; TOKI K; UESATO K; SHIGIHARA A; HONDA T
      AN ACYLATED CYANIDIN GLYCOSIDE FROM THE RED-PURPLE FLOWERS OF DENDROBIUM

      Phytochemistry
    89. TOKI K; SAITO N; IIMURA K; SUZUKI T; HONDA T
      (DELPHINIDIN 3-GENTIOBIOSYL) (APIGENIN 7-GLUCOSYL) MALONATE FROM THE FLOWERS OF EICHHORNIA-CRASSIPES

      Phytochemistry
    90. TOKI K; SAITO N; KAWANO K; LU TS; SHIGIHARA A; HONDA T
      AN ACYLATED DELPHINIDIN GLYCOSIDE IN THE BLUE FLOWERS OF EVOLVULUS-PILOSUS

      Phytochemistry
    91. SAITO N; CHENG J; ICHIMURA M; YOKOI M; ABE Y; HONDA T
      FLAVONOIDS IN THE ACYANIC FLOWERS OF PHARBITIS-NIL

      Phytochemistry
    92. SAITO N; LU TS; AKAIZAWA M; YOKOI M; SHIGIHARA A; HONDA T
      ACYLATED PELARGONIDIN GLUCOSIDES IN THE MAROON FLOWERS OF PHARBITIS-NIL

      Phytochemistry
    93. SCHLIEMANN W; SCHALLER B; JENSEN E; SCHNEIDER G
      NATIVE GIBBERELLIN-O-GLUCOSIDES FROM MATURE SEEDS OF PHASEOLUS-COCCINEUS

      Phytochemistry
    94. DONNISON IS; FRANCIS D
      EXPERIMENTAL CONTROL OF FLORAL REVERSION IN ISOLATED SHOOT APICES OF THE LONG-DAY PLANT SILENE COELI-ROSA

      Physiologia Plantarum
    95. CYMERSKI M; KOPCEWICZ J
      LABILE PHYTOCHROME AND PHOTOPERIODIC FLOWER INDUCTION IN PHARBITIS-NIL CHOIS - THE IRREVERSIBLE PHYTOCHROME HYPOTHESIS

      Acta Societatis Botanicorum Poloniae
    96. ONO M; ONO KS; YASUI M; OKASAKI M; HARADA H
      CHANGES IN POLYPEPTIDES IN PHARBITIS COTYLEDONS DURING THE 1ST FLOWER-INDUCTIVE PHOTOPERIOD

      PLANT SCIENCE
    97. ZHENG CC; BUI AQ; ONEILL SD
      ABUNDANCE OF AN MESSENGER-RNA ENCODING A HIGH-MOBILITY GROUP DNA-BINDING PROTEIN IS REGULATED BY LIGHT AND AN ENDOGENOUS RHYTHM

      Plant molecular biology
    98. KINET JM; LEJEUNE P; BERNIER G
      SHOOT ROOT INTERACTIONS DURING FLORAL TRANSITION - A POSSIBLE ROLE FOR CYTOKININS

      Environmental and experimental botany
    99. HIRAI N; KOJIMA Y; KOSHIMIZU K; SHINOZAKI M; TAKIMOTO A
      ACCUMULATION OF PHENYLPROPANOIDS IN COTYLEDONS OF MORNING GLORY (PHARBITIS-NIL) SEEDLINGS DURING THE INDUCTION OF FLOWERING BY POOR NUTRITION

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    100. DANGLES O; SAITO N; BROUILLARD R
      ANTHOCYANIN INTRAMOLECULAR COPIGMENT EFFECT

      Phytochemistry


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