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1947 4
1948 2
1949 1
1950 3
1951 11
1952 14
1953 13
1954 11
1955 14
1956 14
1957 12
1958 11
1959 10
1960 15
1961 21
1962 21
1963 55
1964 102
1965 78
1966 113
1967 197
1968 245
1969 259
1970 244
1971 281
1972 332
1973 312
1974 405
1975 340
1976 344
1977 268
1978 194
1979 234
1980 202
1981 185
1982 172
1983 164
1984 143
1985 154
1986 166
1987 136
1988 161
1989 144
1990 153
1991 180
1992 165
1993 177
1994 212
1995 167
1996 236
1997 226
1998 238
1999 266
2000 284
2001 276
2002 290
2003 325
2004 309
2005 300
2006 255
2007 279
2008 308
2009 295
2010 275
2011 330
2012 300
2013 351
2014 286
2015 236
2016 211
2017 220
2018 201
2019 73
2020 1
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Dancing in the dark: darkness as a signal in plants.
Seluzicki A, et al. Plant Cell Environ 2017 - Review. PMID 28044340 Free PMC article.
In this review, we examine the effects of darkness on plant physiology and growth. We describe the similarities and differences between seedlings grown in the dark versus those grown in light-dark cycles, and the evolution of etiolated growth. ...
In this review, we examine the effects of darkness on plant physiology and growth. We describe the similarities and differences betwe …
Susceptibility to monocular deprivation following immersion in darkness either late into or beyond the critical period.
Duffy KR, et al. J Comp Neurol 2016. PMID 26878686
These results indicate that, although 10 days of darkness in adulthood does not enhance the susceptibility to 7 days of MD, darkness imposed near the trailing edge of the critical period can restore a heightened susceptibility to MD more typical of an earlier developmental stage. The loss of neurofilament in juveniles exposed to darkness prior to MD suggests that the enhanced capacity for structural plasticity is partially rooted in the ability of darkness to modulate molecules that inhibit plasticity. ...
These results indicate that, although 10 days of darkness in adulthood does not enhance the susceptibility to 7 days of MD, darkne
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