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*  Deinococcus-Thermus
"Analysis of Deinococcus radiodurans's transcriptional response to ionizing radiation and desiccation reveals novel proteins ...
*  Desiccation
... is the state of extreme dryness, or the process of extreme drying. A desiccant is a hygroscopic (attracts and holds ... In biology and ecology, desiccation refers to the drying out of a living organism, such as when aquatic animals are taken out ... NHEJ appears to be the preferred pathway for repairing double-strand breaks caused by desiccation during stationary phase. NHEJ ... Ecologists frequently study and assess various organisms' susceptibility to desiccation. For example, in the study performed by ...
*  Crop desiccation
Pre-harvest desiccation is used in agriculture in crops including: Maize Cereals such as barley, wheat, and oats Oilseed rape ... Pre-harvest crop desiccation (also siccation) refers to the application of a herbicide to a crop shortly before harvest. ... Some crop may be mechanically destroyed when crop desiccation machinery moves through the field. The application of glyphosate ... Arnason, Robert (28 May 2015). "Richardson Milling says glyphosate dessication [sic] acceptable for its oats". The Western ...
*  Desiccation tolerance
In general, insects selected for desiccation resistance also exhibit longer larval stages than those sensitive to desiccation. ... exhibit a variety of strategies to avoid desiccation. In general, desiccation resistance in insects is measured by the change ... Desiccation tolerance refers to the ability of an organism to withstand or endure extreme dryness, or drought-like conditions. ... Insects at a greater risk for water loss face the challenge of either a depleted oxygen supply or desiccation, leading to an ...
*  Acarospora schleicheri
Plant Desiccation Tolerance. Springer Science & Business Media. p. 129. ISBN 978-3-642-19106-0. Acarospora schleicheri in Index ...
*  Moisture stress
Lee, J. A.; Stewart, G. R. (1 January 1971). "Desiccation Injury in Mosses. I. Intra-Specific Differences in the Effect of ...
*  Desert
Mellanby, Kenneth (1942). "Metabolic water and desiccation". Nature. 150: 21. Bibcode:1942Natur.150...21M. doi:10.1038/150021a0 ...
*  Syneresis crack
... are a sedimentary structure developed by the shrinkage of sediment without desiccation - not to be confused with desiccation ... which in turn has caused some confusion as to the differences between desiccation cracks and syneresis cracks. Desiccation ... The markings would have been formed subaqueously on the bedding surface and could resemble desiccation mudcracks, but are not ... doi:10.1016/S0037-0738(98)00023-2. P. S. Plummer (2), V. A. Gostin (1981). "Shrinkage Cracks: Desiccation or Synaeresis?". SEPM ...
*  Conservation and restoration of herbaria
High temperatures contribute to desiccation. The rate of any chemical reaction that damages specimens will double with each 10 ...
*  Torridonian
The sequence is made up of 22 m thick cycles, each with a basal erosion surface followed by dark grey shales with desiccation ... The siltstones show desiccation features. The formation shows an overall upward-fining trend, which continued with the ... The shales show the effects of desiccation with mudcracks preserved by being filled by overlying sandstone layers. In the upper ... are almost unbedded being replaced upwards by half metre thick beds capped by siltstones often with well-preserved desiccation ...
*  Aral Sea
The inflow of groundwater into the South Aral Sea will probably not in itself be able to stop the desiccation, especially ... Micklin, P. P. (1988). "Desiccation of the Aral Sea: A water management disaster in the Soviet Union". Science. 241: 1170-76. ... Philip P. Micklin (1988). "Desiccation of the Aral Sea". CIESIN, Columbia University. Retrieved January 6, 2013. "The Aral Sea ...
*  Cytorrhysis
"Desiccation Tolerance in the Moss Polytrichum Formosum: Physiological and Fine-structural Changes during Desiccation and ... and oxidative stresses associated with desiccation are obstacles that must be overcome in order to maintain desiccation ... Desiccation (relative water content of less than or equal to 10%) resulting in cellular collapse occurs when the ability of the ... High desiccation tolerance is a trait typically observed in bryophytes, which includes the hornwort, liverwort and moss plant ...
*  Mucigel
... serves several functions, including: Protection of rootcap; prevents desiccation Lubrication of rootcap; allows root to ...
*  Desiccator
The substance needing desiccation is put in the upper compartment, usually on a glazed, perforated ceramic plate. The ground- ... Desiccation Alexeyev, V. Quantitative Analysis. Lightning source Inc. ISBN 0-89875-034-2. ...
*  Maerl
... has no tolerance for desiccation. Maerl has been extracted for centuries mainly for use as an agricultural fertilizer. ...
*  Magnolia polyhypsophylla
The seeds are sensitive to desiccation. They require no pre-germination treatment and can be sowed in a sand/soil mix. Calderon ...
*  Halobacterium salinarum
strain NRC1 to desiccation and gamma irradiation". Extremophiles. 9 (3): 219-27. doi:10.1007/s00792-005-0437-4. PMID 15844015. ... H. salinarum is polyploid and highly resistant to ionizing radiation and desiccation, conditions that induce DNA double-strand ...
*  Dragonfly
Some species are found in temporary water pools and are capable of tolerating changes in water level, desiccation, and the ... This may also help to avoid desiccation. Adult dragonflies hunt on the wing using their exceptionally acute eyesight and strong ...
*  Allomyces macrogynus
The RS can survive desiccation for years. Study requires synchronous culture in defined media. Allomyces macrogynus is commonly ...
*  Lepidurus packardi
The eggs can withstand a period of desiccation when the pool is dry; they will then hatch within three weeks of the pool ... Desiccation is not required for hatching, however. The larva hatches as a metanauplius. It undergoes ecdysis, or molting, ...
*  Xerophyta
Thus they are extremely tolerant of desiccation . Hence the name Xerophyta, from Ancient Greek ξηρός (xeros, "dry") and φυτά ( ... of photosynthetic CO2 assimilation and respiration in the poikilochlorophyllous plant Xerophyta scabrida during desiccation. Z ...
*  Cryptobiosis
Desiccation tolerance in plants is associated with the production of another sugar, sucrose. These sugars are thought to ... The term anhydrobiosis derives from the Greek for "life without water" and is most commonly used for the desiccation tolerance ... Play media Anhydrobiosis is the most studied form of cryptobiosis and occurs in situations of extreme desiccation. ... Erkut, Cihan; Penkov, Sider; Fahmy, Karim; Kurzchalia, Teymuras V (January 2012). "How worms survive desiccation: Trehalose pro ...
*  Ploidy
strain NRC1 to desiccation and gamma irradiation". Extremophiles. 9 (3): 219-27. doi:10.1007/s00792-005-0437-4. PMID 15844015. ... These two species are highly resistant to ionizing radiation and desiccation, conditions that induce DNA double-strand breaks. ...
*  Carex acuta
... does not tolerate prolonged desiccation. The community is distributed, in particular, in northern France, the Low ...
*  Pullulan
... ase Desiccation Rehm B.H.A (2009). Microbial production of biopolymers and polymers precursors. Caister Academic Press ... Pullulan is mainly used by the cell to resist desiccation and predation. The presence of this polysaccharide also facilitates ...