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  1. Polyamines: Α bioenergetic smart switch for plant protection and development
  2. Biotechnology under extreme conditions: Lichens after extreme UVB radiation and extreme temperatures produce large amounts of hydrogen
  3. Microalgal photosynthesis induces alkalization of aquatic environment as a result of H+ uptake independently from CO2 concentration – New perspectives for environmental applications
  4. Microalgae strategy in anoxic atmospheres with various CO2 concentrations – Environmental and (astro)biotechnological perspectives
  5. Hydrogen gas as a central on-off functional switch of reversible metabolic arrest – New perspectives for biotechnological applications
  6. The Microalga Chlorella vulgaris as a Natural Bioenergetic System for Effective CO2 Mitigation—New Perspectives against Global Warming
  7. Solving Nuisance Cyanobacteria Eutrophication Through Biotechnology
  8. Microphytobenthic response to organic matter enrichment: Does the same stressor lead to identical communities?
  9. Comparative biodegradation of all chlorinated phenols by the microalga Scenedesmus obliquus — The biodegradation strategy of microalgae
  10. Lichen as Micro-Ecosystem: Extremophilic Behavior with Astrobiotechnological Applications
  11. Do genetic diversity patterns of soil ammonia-oxidizing microorganisms (AOM) match the habitat types of the NATURA2000 scheme?
  12. Exogenous induction of thermogenesis in Arum concinnatum by salicylic acid
  13. Bioenergetic reprogramming plasticity under nitrogen depletion by the unicellular green alga Scenedesmus obliquus
  14. Tyrosol and hydroxytyrosol biodegradation by microalgae
  15. The Over-expression of the Plastidial Transglutaminase from Maize in Arabidopsis Increases the Activation Threshold of Photoprotection
  16. Silencing S-Adenosyl-L-Methionine Decarboxylase (SAMDC) in Nicotiana tabacum Points at a Polyamine-Dependent Trade-Off between Growth and Tolerance Responses
  17. Spermine and lutein quench chlorophyll fluorescence in isolated PSII antenna complexes
  18. Spermine is a potent modulator of proton transport through LHCII
  19. Lichen Symbiosis: Nature's High Yielding Machines for Induced Hydrogen Production
  20. Could structural similarity of specific domains between animal globins and plant antenna proteins provide hints important for the photoprotection mechanism?
  21. Potassium deficiency, a “smart” cellular switch for sustained high yield hydrogen production by the green alga Scenedesmus obliquus
  22. Polyamines in chemiosmosis in vivo: A cunning mechanism for the regulation of ATP synthesis during growth and stress
  23. Putrescine, a fast-acting switch for tolerance against osmotic stress
  24. Polyamines in Cell Walls of Chlorococcalean Microalgae
  25. The Genetic Reprogramming of Polyamine Homeostasis During the Functional Assembly, Maturation, and Senescence-Specific Decline of the Photosynthetic Apparatus in Hordeum vulgare
  26. Correction: “Rational” Management of Dichlorophenols Biodegradation by the Microalga Scenedesmus obliquus
  27. “Rational” Management of Dichlorophenols Biodegradation by the Microalga Scenedesmus obliquus
  28. Bioenergetic Strategy for the Biodegradation of p-Cresol by the Unicellular Green Alga Scenedesmus obliquus
  29. High Yields of Hydrogen Production Induced by Meta-Substituted Dichlorophenols Biodegradation from the Green Alga Scenedesmus obliquus
  30. Role of Plastid Transglutaminase in LHCII Polyamination and Thylakoid Electron and Proton Flow
  31. Polyamines induce aggregation of LHC II and quenching of fluorescence in vitro
  32. Modeling the dynamic modulation of light energy in photosynthetic algae
  33. Evidence That Putrescine Modulates the Higher Plant Photosynthetic Proton Circuit
  34. Chemical Bonding of Chlorophylls and Plant Aminic Axial Ligands Impact Harvesting of Visible Light and Quenching of Fluorescence
  35. DCL3 and DCL4 are likely involved in the light intensity - RNA silencing cross talk inNicotiana benthamiana
  36. Polyamines stimulate non-photochemical quenching of chlorophyll a fluorescence in Scenedesmus obliquus
  37. Photosynthetic performance of lichen transplants as early indicator of climatic stress along an altitudinal gradient in the arid Mediterranean area
  38. The use of biochemical, sensorial and chromaticity attributes as indicators of postmortem changes in commercial-size, cultured red porgy Pagrus pagrus, stored on ice
  39. Effects of ammonia from livestock farming on lichen photosynthesis
  40. Light intensity affects RNA silencing of a transgene in Nicotiana benthamiana plants
  41. Remodeling of tobacco thylakoids by over-expression of maize plastidial transglutaminase
  42. Do polyamines alter the sensitivity of lichens to nitrogen stress?
  43. Influence of the Habitat Altitude on the (Proto)Hypericin and (Proto)Pseudohypericin Levels ofHypericumPlants from Crete
  44. Inductive and resonance effects of substituents adjust the microalgal biodegradation of toxical phenolic compounds
  45. Fast and reversible response of thylakoid-associated polyamines during and after UV-B stress: a comparative study of the wild type and a mutant lacking chlorophyll b of unicellular green alga Scenedesmus obliquus
  46. Characterization of spermidine and spermine synthases in Lotus japonicus: induction and spatial organization of polyamine biosynthesis in nitrogen fixing nodules
  47. Bioenergetic changes in the microalgal photosynthetic apparatus by extremely high CO2concentrations induce an intense biomass production
  48. Photobiological Control of Crop Production and Plant Diseases
  49. Effects of polyamines on the functionality of photosynthetic membrane in vivo and in vitro
  50. Influence of the Developmental Stage on the (Proto)-Hypericin and (Proto)Pseudohypericin Levels of Hypericum Plants from Crete
  51. A comparative approach towards thylakoid membrane proteome analysis of unicellular green alga Scenedesmus obliquus
  52. Changes in the LHCII-mediated energy utilization and dissipation adjust the methanol-induced biomass increase
  53. Bioenergetic strategy of microalgae for the biodegradation of phenolic compounds—Exogenously supplied energy and carbon sources adjust the level of biodegradation
  54. A polyamine- and LHCII protease activity-based mechanism regulates the plasticity and adaptation status of the photosynthetic apparatus
  55. Salt stress impact on the molecular structure and function of the photosynthetic apparatus—The protective role of polyamines
  56. The involvement of LHCII-associated polyamines in the response of the photosynthetic apparatus to low temperature
  57. Putrescine stimulates chemiosmotic ATP synthesis
  58. Simulated solar irradiation with enhanced UV-B adjust plastid- and thylakoid-associated polyamine changes for UV-B protection
  59. A cell-based model for the photoacclimation and CO2-acclimation of the photosynthetic apparatus
  60. Polyamine Production in Lichens Under Metal Pollution Stress
  61. Involvement of G Proteins in the Mycelial Photoresponses of Phycomyces
  62. Involvement of G Proteins in the Mycelial Photoresponses of Phycomyces¶
  63. Thylakoid-associated polyamines adjust the UVB-sensitivity of the photosynthetic apparatus by means of LHCII changes
  64. The impact of high CO2 concentrations on the structure and function of the photosynthetic apparatus and the role of polyamines
  65. Thylakoid-associated Polyamines Adjust the UV-B Sensitivity of the Photosynthetic Apparatus by Means of Light-harvesting Complex II Changes¶
  66. Ozone impact on the photosynthetic apparatus and the protective role of polyamines
  67. Light-dependent induction of strongly increased microalgal growth by methanol
  68. Blue Light Signaling Chains in Phycomyces: Phototransduction of Carotenogenesis and Morphogenesis Involves Distinct Protein Kinase/Phosphatase Elements
  69. Characterization of the photoreceptor(s) responsible for the regulation of the intracellular polyamine level and the putative participation of heterotrimeric G-proteins in the signal transduction chain
  70. The regulatory role of polyamines in structure and functioning of the photosynthetic apparatus during photoadaptation
  71. Methanol as alternative carbon source for quicker efficient production of the microalgae Chlorella minutissima: Role of the concentration and frequence of administration
  72. Methanol as alternative carbon source for quicker efficient production of the microalgae Chlorella minutissima: Role of the concentration and frequence of administration
  73. Changes in the polyamine content of plastidal membranes in light- and dark-grown wildtype and pigment mutants of the unicellular green alga Scenedesmus obliquus and their possible role in chloroplast photodevelopment
  74. Changes in the biosynthesis and catabolism of polyamines in isolated plastids during chloroplast photodevelopment
  75. A Role for Chloroplast-Associated Polyamines?*
  76. Photosynthetic Characteristics of Three Strains of Cyanobacteria Grown under Low-or High-C02 Conditions
  77. Influence of acid soil on nodule numbers in relation to polyamine and tannin concentrations in roots of Phaseolus vulgaris
  78. Influence of polyamine inhibitors on light-independent and light-dependent chlorophyll biosynthesis and on the photosynthetic rate
  79. The influence of exogenously supplied spermine on protochlorophyllide and chlorophyll biosynthesis
  80. Free, Conjugated and Bound Polyamines during the Ceil Cycle in Synchronized Cultures of Scenedesmus obliquus
  81. A Narrow-Bore HPLC Method for the Identification and Quantitation of Free, Conjugated, and Bound Polyamines
  82. Polyamines in the photosynthetic apparatus
  83. Incorporation of photoreduced protochlorophyll into reaction centres
  84. Protochlorophyllide
  85. Temperature dependent reduction of protochlorophyllide in darkness followed by the assembly of active photosystems in pigment mutant C-2A' of Scenedesmus obliquus
  86. Temperature dependent reduction of protochlorophyllide in darkness followed by the assembly of active photosystems in pigment mutant C-2A' of Scenedesmus obliquus
  87. The Influence of 5-Aminolevulinic Acid on Protochlorophyllide and Protochlorophyll Accumulation in Dark-Grown Scenedesmus
  88. The inhibitory effect of 4,5-dioxovalerate on 5-aminolevulinate dehydratase and its implication in the regulation of light-dependent chlorophyll formation in pigment mutant C-2A′ of Scenedesmus obliquus
  89. Biosynthesis of chlorophyll b in pigment mutant C-2A' of Scenedesmus obliquus
  90. Stimulation of protochlorophyllide oxidoreductase by thioredoxin
  91. Evidence for the Presence of Chlorophyllide b in the Green AlgaScenedesmus obliquus in vivo
  92. Occurrence of protochlorophyll and its phototransformation to chlorophyll in mutant C-2A' of Scenedesmus obliquus
  93. Temperature inducible protochlorophyllide reduction in darkness in a pigment mutant of Scenedesmus obliquus
  94. Isolation and Characterization of 3 Protochlorophyllides from Pigment Mutant C-2 A′ of Scenedesmus obliquus
  95. Novel chlorophyllides in pigment mutant C-2a? of Scenedesmus obliquus