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  1. Unravelling the Roles of Nitrogen Nutrition in Plant Disease Defences
  2. S92 Calcium-sensing receptor as a therapeutic target for pulmonary fibrosis
  3. Illuminating the dynamic rare biosphere of the Greenland Ice Sheet's Dark Zone
  4. Host Genotype and Precipitation Influence of Fungal Endophyte Symbiosis and Mycotoxin Abundance in a Locoweed
  5. A multi-channel chemical sensor and its application in detecting hydrothermal vents
  6. Nitrogen drives plant growth to the detriment of leaf sugar and steviol glycosides metabolisms in Stevia (Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni)
  7. The Anti-mycobacterial Activity of a Diterpenoid-Like Molecule Operates Through Nitrogen and Amino Acid Starvation
  8. Illuminating the functional rare biosphere of the Greenland Ice Sheet’s Dark Zone
  9. The role of nitrite and nitric oxide under low oxygen conditions in plants
  10. Antischistosomal Properties of Sclareol and Its Heck-Coupled Derivatives: Design, Synthesis, Biological Evaluation, and Untargeted Metabolomics
  11. Current approaches to measure nitric oxide in plants
  12. Defining the Genetic Basis of Plant–Endophytic Bacteria Interactions
  13. Transcriptional and Metabolomic Analyses Indicate that Cell Wall Properties are Associated with Drought Tolerance in Brachypodium distachyon
  14. Nitrite and nitric oxide are important in the adjustment of primary metabolism during the hypersensitive response in tobacco
  15. Defining Metabolic Rewiring in Lung Squamous Cell Carcinoma
  16. OsTSD2 ‐mediated cell wall modification affects ion homeostasis and salt tolerance
  17. Exploring the Roles of Aquaporins in Plant–Microbe Interactions
  18. Lung cancer: a new frontier for microbiome research and clinical translation
  19. Redox imbalance contributed differently to membrane damage of cucumber leaves under water stress and Fusarium infection
  20. Fatty Acid Profile Changes During Gradual Soil Water Depletion in Oats Suggests a Role for Jasmonates in Coping With Drought
  21. Okra growth and drought tolerance when exposed to water regimes at different growth stages
  22. Plant Species and Heavy Metals Affect Biodiversity of Microbial Communities Associated With Metal-Tolerant Plants in Metalliferous Soils
  23. A novel chemical sensor with multiple all-solid-state electrodes and its application in freshwater environmental monitoring
  24. A discrete role for alternative oxidase under hypoxia to increase nitric oxide and drive energy production
  25. An altered tocopherol composition in chloroplasts reduces plant resistance to Botrytis cinerea
  26. Target discovery focused approaches to overcome bottlenecks in the exploitation of antimycobacterial natural products
  27. Identification and pathogenicity of Fusarium species associated with sesame ( Sesamum indicum L.) seeds from the Punjab, Pakistan
  28. DIMEdb: an integrated database and web service for metabolite identification in direct infusion mass spectrometery
  29. Untargeted metabolomics reveals a new mode of action of pretomanid (PA-824)
  30. Quantum Cascade Lasers-Based Detection of Nitric Oxide
  31. Extensive gene content variation in the Brachypodium distachyon pan-genome correlates with population structure
  32. Reduced nitric oxide levels during drought stress promote drought tolerance in barley and is associated with elevated polyamine biosynthesis
  33. Saprotrophic proteomes of biotypes of the witches' broom pathogen Moniliophthora perniciosa
  34. Non-targeted integrative multi-omics approaches on sputum reveal potential diagnostic and monitoring biomarkers for respiratory diseases
  35. P40 Alchornea cordifolia Leaf-Extracts Confer Protection from DNA Damage and Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS)
  36. Favouring NO over H 2 O 2 production will increase Pb tolerance in Prosopis farcta via altered primary metabolism
  37. Corrigendum to Metabolomic-based biomarker discovery for non-invasive lung cancer screening: A case study [Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) – General subjects, vol. 1860 (2016), pp. 2682–2687]
  38. An All-Solid-State Phosphate Electrode with H3PO4 Doped Polyaniline as the Sensitive Layer
  39. A pilot study using metagenomic sequencing of the sputum microbiome suggests potential bacterial biomarkers for lung cancer
  40. Nitric Oxide Has a Concentration-Dependent Effect on the Cell Cycle Acting via EIN2 in Arabidopsis thaliana Cultured Cells
  41. Expression of FlHMA3 , a P 1B2 -ATPase from Festulolium loliaceum , correlates with response to cadmium stress
  42. Linking Dynamic Phenotyping with Metabolite Analysis to Study Natural Variation in Drought Responses of Brachypodium distachyon
  43. Compromised Photosynthetic Electron Flow and H2O2 Generation Correlate with Genotype-Specific Stomatal Dysfunctions during Resistance against Powdery Mildew in Oats
  44. Metabolomic-based biomarker discovery for non-invasive lung cancer screening: A case study
  45. Extreme metagenomics using nanopore DNA sequencing: a field report from Svalbard, 78 N
  46. Moving nitrogen to the centre of plant defence against pathogens
  47. Metabolomic-based biomarker discovery for non-invasive lung cancer screening: A case study
  48. Ectopic expression and functional characterization of type III polyketide synthase mutants from Emblica officinalis Gaertn
  49. Taxon interactions control the distributions of cryoconite bacteria colonizing a High Arctic ice cap
  50. Metabolome-mediated biocryomorphic evolution promotes carbon fixation in Greenlandic cryoconite holes
  51. ABA Suppresses Botrytis cinerea Elicited NO Production in Tomato to Influence H2O2 Generation and Increase Host Susceptibility
  52. Terminator Operon Reporter: combining a transcription termination switch with reporter technology for improved gene synthesis and synthetic biology applications
  53. The metabolomic detection of lung cancer biomarkers in sputum
  54. Metagenomic Sequencing of the Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Upper Bronchial Tract Microbiome Reveals Functional Changes Associated with Disease Severity
  55. Modulation of Pb-induced stress in Prosopis shoots through an interconnected network of signaling molecules, phenolic compounds and amino acids
  56. Laser-Based Methods for Detection of Nitric Oxide in Plants
  57. The human salivary microbiome exhibits temporal stability in bacterial diversity
  58. Environmental niche variation and evolutionary diversification of the Brachypodium distachyon grass complex species in their native circum-Mediterranean range
  59. Alternative respiratory pathways in higher plants
  60. Regulatory role of nitric oxide in plants
  61. RapGene: a fast and accurate strategy for synthetic gene assembly in Escherichia coli
  62. Integrating classical and alternative respiratory pathways
  63. The development of tea blister caused byExobasidium vexansin tea (Camellia sinensis) correlates with the reduced accumulation of some antimicrobial metabolites and the defence signals salicylic and jasmonic acids
  64. Genome-wide association study for crown rust (Puccinia coronata f. sp. avenae) and powdery mildew (Blumeria graminis f. sp. avenae) resistance in an oat (Avena sativa) collection of commercial varieties and landraces
  65. A metabolomic study in oats (Avena sativa) highlights a drought tolerance mechanism based upon salicylate signalling pathways and the modulation of carbon, antioxidant and photo-oxidative metabolism
  66. Brachypodium: A Model Temperate Grass
  67. Effects of bovine colostrum supplementation on upper respiratory illness in active males
  68. Update on the genomics and basic biology of Brachypodium
  69. Guarding the guard cells?
  70. Trichoderma asperelloidesSuppresses Nitric Oxide Generation Elicited byFusarium oxysporuminArabidopsisRoots
  71. Coupled cryoconite ecosystem structure-function relationships are revealed by comparing bacterial communities in alpine and Arctic glaciers
  72. Stomatal lock‐up following pathogenic challenge: source or symptom of costs of resistance in crops?
  73. Comparative Metabolite Fingerprinting of the Rumen System during Colonisation of Three Forage Grass (Lolium perenne L.) Varieties
  74. An assessment of the biotechnological use of hemoglobin modulation in cereals
  75. Genetic Diversity and Population Structure Among Oat Cultivars and Landraces
  76. Control of lodging and reduction in plant length in rice (Oryza sativa L.) with the treatment of Trinexapac-Ethyl and sowing density
  77. Integrating nitric oxide into salicylic acid and jasmonic acid/ ethylene plant defense pathways
  78. Physiological and growth responses to water deficit in the bioenergy crop Miscanthus x giganteus
  79. Striking a balance: does nitrate uptake and metabolism regulate both NO generation and scavenging?
  80. Nitric oxide in plants: an assessment of the current state of knowledge
  81. The form of nitrogen nutrition affects resistance against Pseudomonas syringae pv. phaseolicola in tobacco
  82. Latent soil effects of grazing and ammonium deposition on Deschampsia flexuosa tillers inserted and grown in heather moorland soil
  83. Haemoglobin modulates NO emission and hyponasty under hypoxia-related stress in Arabidopsis thaliana
  84. Targeting sources of drought tolerance within an Avena spp. collection through multivariate approaches
  85. Haemoglobin modulates salicylate and jasmonate/ethylene-mediated resistance mechanisms against pathogens
  86. NO and ROS homeostasis in mitochondria: a central role for alternative oxidase
  87. Spectroscopic monitoring of NO traces in plants and human breath: applications and perspectives
  88. Nitric oxide counters ethylene effects on ripening fruits
  89. Evidence of a role for foliar salicylic acid in regulating the rate of post-ingestive protein breakdown in ruminants and contributing to landscape pollution
  90. Monitoring of African Swine Fever in the Wild Boar Population of the Most Recent Endemic Area of Spain
  91. Evolution and taxonomic split of the model grass Brachypodium distachyon
  92. Methods of nitric oxide detection in plants: A commentary
  93. Plant hemoglobins: Important players at the crossroads between oxygen and nitric oxide
  94. A novel function for a redox-related LEA protein (SAG21/AtLEA5) in root development and biotic stress responses
  95. Nitric oxide, nitrate reductase and UV-B tolerance
  96. Brachypodium as a Model for the Grasses: Today and the Future
  97. Metabolomic approaches reveal that cell wall modifications play a major role in ethylene-mediated resistance against Botrytis cinerea
  98. Exploiting the Brachypodium Tool Box in cereal and grass research
  99. Are stomatal responses the key to understanding the cost of fungal disease resistance in plants?
  100. Using Fourier Transform Infra-Red (FTIR) On Sputum To Develop A Predictive Model To Differentiate Lung Cancer From Healthy Controls
  101. Morphological classification of plant cell deaths
  102. Separating the Inseparable: The Metabolomic Analysis of Plant–Pathogen Interactions
  103. NO way to treat a cold
  104. Evaluation of FTIR Spectroscopy as a diagnostic tool for lung cancer using sputum
  105. S38 Fourier transform infra-red (FTIR) spectroscopy on sputum from lung cancer patients, healthy controls and a high-risk cohort
  106. Accumulation of chlorophyll catabolites photosensitizes the hypersensitive response elicited by Pseudomonas syringae in Arabidopsis
  107. Dual metabolomics: A novel approach to understanding plant–pathogen interactions
  108. Blumeria graminisInteractions with Barley Conditioned by Different SingleRGenes Demonstrate a Temporal and Spatial Relationship Between Stomatal Dysfunction and Cell Death
  109. Identification of genes involved in the floral transition at the shoot apical meristem of Lolium perenne L. by use of suppression subtractive hybridisation
  110. Biphasic ethylene production during the hypersensitive response in Arabidopsis
  111. The phytohormone salicylic acid influences autolysis in ruminantingested plant cells
  112. Aspirin, salicylates, and cancer
  113. Jasmonates act with salicylic acid to confer basal thermotolerance in Arabidopsis thaliana
  114. Nitric Oxide Interacts with Salicylate to Regulate Biphasic Ethylene Production during the Hypersensitive Response
  115. Identification of coincident QTL for days to heading, spike length and spikelets per spike in Lolium perenne L.
  116. The control of chlorophyll catabolism and the status of yellowing as a biomarker of leaf senescence
  117. Pathogen-derived nitric oxide influences formation of the appressorium infection structure in the phytopathogenic fungus Blumeria graminis
  118. Nitric oxide generation inVicia fabaphloem cells reveals them to be sensitive detectors as well as possible systemic transducers of stress signals
  119. Using Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy to evaluate metabolic markers in sputum in patients with and without lung cancer
  120. Development of Genetic and Genomic Research Resources for , a New Model System for Grass Crop Research
  121. The hypersensitive response; the centenary is upon us but how much do we know?
  122. Hypersensitive Response in Plants
  123. P. C. Ronald (ed): Plant-Pathogen Interactions, Methods in Molecular Biology Series, Vol. 354
  124. Enemy at the Gates
  125. The application of MANOVA to analyse Arabidopsis thaliana metabolomic data from factorially designed experiments
  126. Throwing new light on the hypersensitive response
  127. NO provides mainly avr-dependent inputs into cell death mechanisms associated with the hypersensitive response in tobacco
  128. Post-ingestion induction of plant cell death: Regulation and implications
  129. Ethylene signal perception and transduction: multiple paradigms?
  130. Metabolomic approaches to understand ethylene mediated defenses in Arabidopsis thaliana against Botrytis cinerea
  131. Stomatal lock-open, a consequence of epidermal cell death, follows transient suppression of stomatal opening in barley attacked by Blumeria graminis
  132. Metabolomic approaches reveal that phosphatidic and phosphatidyl glycerol phospholipids are major discriminatory non-polar metabolites in responses byBrachypodium distachyonto challenge byMagnaporthe grisea
  133. NO way to live; the various roles of nitric oxide in plant–pathogen interactions
  134. The Outcomes of Concentration-Specific Interactions between Salicylate and Jasmonate Signaling Include Synergy, Antagonism, and Oxidative Stress Leading to Cell Death
  135. The application of multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA) to evaluate plant metabolomic data from factorially designed experiments
  136. Harpin modulates the accumulation of salicylic acid by Arabidopsis cells via apoplastic alkalization
  137. Laser Photoacoustic Detection Allows in Planta Detection of Nitric Oxide in Tobacco following Challenge with Avirulent and Virulent Pseudomonas syringae Pathovars
  138. In planta measurements of oxidative bursts elicited by avirulent and virulent bacterial pathogens suggests that H2O2 is insufficient to elicit cell death in tobacco
  139. Nitric oxide contributes both to papilla-based resistance and the hypersensitive response in barley attacked byBlumeria graminisf. sp.hordei
  140. Molecular breeding for the genetic improvement of forage crops and turf
  141. The AoPR10 promoter and certain endogenous PR10 genes respond to oxidative signals in Arabidopsis
  142. A mutation in the Cap Binding Protein 20 gene confers drought
  143. Characterization of a proteinase inhibitor from Brachypodium distachyon suggests the conservation of defence signalling pathways between dicotyledonous plants and grasses
  144. Magnaporthe grisea interactions with the model grass Brachypodium distachyon closely resemble those with rice (Oryza sativa)
  145. Salicylate Accumulation Inhibits Growth at Chilling Temperature in Arabidopsis
  146. Salicylic acid dependent signaling promotes basal thermotolerance but is not essential for acquired thermotolerance inArabidopsis thaliana
  147. Ethylene Regulates Monomeric GTP-Binding Protein Gene Expression and Activity in Arabidopsis
  148. Ethylene Rapidly Up-Regulates the Activities of Both Monomeric GTP-Binding Proteins and Protein Kinase(s) in Epicotyls of Pea
  149. Brachypodium distachyon. A New Model System for Functional Genomics in Grasses
  150. Brachypodium distachyon. A New Model System for Functional Genomics in Grasses
  151. Corrigendum
  152. Ethylene signal perception and transduction: multiple paradigms?
  153. A thaumatin-like gene from Asparagus officinalis (AoPRT-L) exhibits slow activation following tissue maceration or salicylic acid treatment, suggesting convergent defence-related signalling in monocots
  154. A loss of resistance to avirulent bacterial pathogens in tobacco is associated with the attenuation of a salicylic acid-potentiated oxidative burst
  155. Cell-specific expression of salicylate hydroxylase in an attempt to separate localized HR and systemic signalling establishing SAR in tobacco
  156. A requirement for calcium and protein phosphatase in the jasmonate-induced increase in tobacco leaf acid phosphatase specific activity
  157. (—)-Jasmonic Acid Accumulation in Tobacco Hypersensitive Response Lesions
  158. Compromising early salicylic acid accumulation delays the hypersensitive response and increases viral dispersal during lesion establishment in TMV-infected tobacco
  159. Something in the air: Volatile signals in plant defence
  160. Avirulence geneavrPpiAfromPseudomonas syringaepv.pisiis not required for full virulence on pea
  161. Salicylic acid potentiates defence gene expression in tissue exhibiting acquired resistance to pathogen attack
  162. Hydrogen peroxide does not function downstream of salicylic acid in the induction of PR protein expression
  163. Gene Expression at Sites of Wounding, Pathogen Invasion & Phenylpropanoid Synthesis in Monocots and Dicots
  164. Functional Homologs of the Arabidopsis RPM1 Disease Resistance Gene in Bean and Pea
  165. Functional Homologs of the Arabidopsis RPM1 Disease Resistance Gene in Bean and Pea
  166. Isolation and characterization of cloned DNA conferring specific avirulence in Pseudomonas syringae pv. pisi to pea (Pisum sativum) cultivars, which possess the resistance allele, R2
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