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Abstrakty. PL. Rozwój fizjologii roślin przedstawiono w ujęciu historycznym, prezentując . Marciniak K., Świeżawska B., Kesy J., Tretyn A., Kopcewicz J., b. Katabolizm poliamin jako odpowiedź roślin na warunki stresowe. W: Łaska W : Fizjologia Roślin. Nowe Wydanie, Kopcewicz J. Lewak S (red) PWN , str. Request PDF on ResearchGate | Fizjologia Roślin (Plamt Physiology) | Academic manuaj. · University of Warsaw · Jan Kopcewicz. Abstract. Academic.

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The role of phloem is presented as “superhigway of information”.

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Ubiquitin-mediated control of plant hormone signaling. Photosynthesis, photorespiration and productivity of wheat and soybean genotypes.

Estrogens in developing bean Phaseolus vulgaris plants J Kopcewicz Phytochemistry 10 7, Influence of steroids on the orslin of the dwarf pea J Kopcewicz Naturwissenschaften 56 5, Enzymatic esterification of indoleacetic acid to myo-inositol and glucose J Kopcewicz, A Ehmann, RS Bandurski Plant physiology 54 6fizjilogia, The molecular basis of cytokinin function Review Article.

A computational analysis extrapolating from kinetic properties to canopy photosynthesis.

C3 plants enhance rates of photosynthesis by reassimilating photorespired and respired CO2. Environmental conditions influencing water kopcewkcz in plants.

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Can improvement in photosynthesis increase crop yields? Short story of plant physiologist and variations on the theme.

Uptake and distribution of mineral nutrients.

Articoli 1—20 Mostra altri. Hormone signaling in plant development. Photosynthesis the key process in plant yield.

Nitric oxide inhibits nitrate reductase activity in wheat leaves. The interaction of plant biotic and abiotic stresses: Rich J Kopcewicz Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenphysiologie Reactive oxygen species in abiotic stress signaling. Effect of estrone on the content of endogenous gibberellins in the dwarf pea J Kopcewicz Naturwissenschaften 56 6, Faculty of Biology and Environmental Protection. Lewak, PWN,Wa-wa; 3.

Inhibitory effect of methyl jasmonate on flowering and elongation growth in Pharbitis nil B Maciejewska, J Kopcewicz Journal of Plant Growth Regulation 21 3, Naukowe PWN Plant Cell 22, Plant reaction to stress, determination of biochemical markers of biotic and abiotic stress. Simultaneous measurement of water flow velocity and solute transport in xylem and phloem of adult plants of Ricinus communis over a daily time source by nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometry.

Journal of Plant Growth Regulation 21 3, Determination of vitamin C level in fruits and vegetables. I seguenti articoli sono uniti in Scholar. Cellular light memory, photo-electrochemical and redox retrograde signaling in plants.

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Paul Minnesota USA, The structure of the phloem – still more questions than answers. Next, a central and new area of research in biology, namely the process of proteins ubiquitination, is the matter at issue.

Integration of these processes is discussed in connection with possible improvement of crop yield. Enzymatic esterification of indoleacetic acid to myo-inositol and glucose J Kopcewicz, A Ehmann, RS Bandurski Plant physiology 54 6, Focus on ubiquitin in plant biology.

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Additional information registration calendar, class conductors, localization and schedules of classesmight be available in the USOSweb system: The cyanobacterial CCM as a source of genes for improving photosynthetic CO2 fixation in crop species. Systemic signaling and acclimation in response to excess excitation energy in Arabidopsis.

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