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Transcriptional Mechanism of Jasmonate in Regulating Flowering Time in Arabidopsis Was Found (2015-09-29)
Large Polyglutamine Repeats Cause Muscle Degeneration (2015-09-21)
Establishment of a Novel Transgenic Pig Model for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (2015-09-14)
Plants Trick Bacterium with a Decoy (2015-09-10)
Allosteric Receptor Activation by the Plant Peptide Hormone Phytosulfokine (2015-08-27)
Application of an Old Hormone to Crop Yield Improvement (2015-08-18)
Modified VEGF Targets the Ischemic Myocardium and Promotes Functional Recovery after Myocardial Infarction (2015-07-27)
HLP1 Controls Plant Flowering by Alternative Polyadenylation (2015-07-17)
The OsSPL16-GW7 Regulatory Module Improves Rice Yield and Grain Quality Simultaneously (2015-07-16)
Exceptionally Low Metabolism of the Panda Linked to Mutation in the Thyroid Production System (2015-07-15)
MHZ6/OsEIL1 and OsEIL2 Negatively Affect Salt Tolerance in Rice (2015-06-03)
A Gibberellin-Mediated DELLA-NAC Signaling Cascade Regulates Cellulose Synthesis (2015-06-01)
GmWRKY27 Improves Salt and Drought Tolerance in Soybean Plants (2015-05-26)
Translationally Controlled Tumor Protein (TCTP) Stabilizes Ethylene Receptor NTHK1 and Promotes Plant Growth (2015-05-14)
Deficient Plastidic Fatty Acid Synthesis Triggers Cell Death in Plant (2015-05-04)
Scientists Found Melatonin Delays Leaf Senescence and Enhances Salt Stress Tolerance in Rice (2015-04-29)
Ethylene Responses in Rice Roots and Coleoptiles Are Differentially Regulated by a Carotenoid Isomerase-Med... (2015-04-08)
Tryptophan-independent Auxin Biosynthesis Contributes to Early Embryogenesis in Arabidopsis (2015-03-31)
Drosophila S6 Kinase Like Inhibits Neuromuscular Junction Growth by Downregulating the BMP Rece... (2015-03-19)
Sequential de novo Centromere Formation and Inactivation on a Chromosomal Fragment in Maize (2015-03-17)
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