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  • A Journal of Zeitschrift fr Naturforschung C

    Founded 1946 in the Institutes of the Max-Planck-Gesellschaft

    Volume 45 Number 6 June 1990

  • Z E I T S C H R I F T F R N A T U R F O R S C H U N G

    Section C

    A Journa l of Biosciences

    I S S N 0341-0382

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  • Contents

    31 07.90 Z. Naturforsch. Vol. 45 c, No. 6, June 1990

    Invited Trends Article

    Elicitor Recognition and Signal Transduction in Plant Defense Gene Activation D . S C H E E L and J . E . P A R K E R 569

    Original Communications

    Porin of Rhodobacter capsulatus: Biochemical and Functional Characterization D . W O I T Z I K , J . W E C K E S S E R , R. B E N Z , S. S T E V A -

    N O V I C , G . J U N G , and J . P. R O S E N B U S C H 576

    The Biflavonoid Pattern of Rhytidiadelphus squar-rosus (Hedw.) Warnst. T. S E E G E R , H . D . Z I N S M E I S T E R , and H . G E I G E R

    583

    Phenolic Composition of Bud Exudates ofPopulus deltoides W . G R E E N A W A Y , S. E N G L I S H , and F . R. W H A T -

    L E Y 587

    Hybrid Origin of Populus x j a c k i i Conflrmed by Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry Analysis of Its Bud Exudate W . G R E E N A W A Y , C. G . D A V I D S O N , T. S C A Y S -

    B R O O K , J . M A Y , and F . R. W H A T L E Y 594

    Epicuticular Waxes from Leaves of Maple {Acer pseudoplatanus L.) R. B. N . P R A S A D and P . -G. G L Z 599

    Comparative Investigation on Formation and A c -cumulation of Rare Phenylpropanoids in Plants and in vitro Cultures of P i m p i n e l l a major B. M E R K E L and J . R E I C H L I N G 602

    Adenylate Kinase from Maize Leaves: True Sub-strates, Inhibition by P ,,P 5-di(adenosine-5')pentaphosphate and Kinetic Mechanism L . A . K L E C Z K O W S K I , D . D . R A N D A L L , and

    W. L . Z A H L E R 607

    Ascorbic Ac id and Chlorophyll Content in Cell Cultures of Spruce ( P i c e a abies): Changes by Cell Culture Conditions and A i r Pollutants B. M E S S N E R and J . B E R N D T 614

    Characterization of Conformers of D 1 of Photo-system II Using Site-Directed Antibodies R. T. B E S F O R D , B. T H O M A S , N . S. H U S K I S S O N ,

    and G . W. B U T C H E R 621

    Surface Charge Density Changes in Isolated Pho-tosystem II Membranes Induced by Depletion of the Extrinsic Polypeptides of the Oxygen Evolving System A . G . I v A N O v , M . C. B U S H E V A , and M . Y .

    V E L I T C H K O V A 627

    Ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate Carboxylase-Binding Chloroplast Thylakoid Membrane Proteins. In vitro Evidence that H + - A T P Synthase may Serve as a Membrane Receptor K . - H . Sss 633

    UVA-Induced Genetic Effects of Thioridazine, Mesoridazine and Sulforidazine: an in vitro Study S. A . S C H O O N D E R W O E R D , G . M . J . B E U E R S B E R -

    G E N V A N H E N E G O U W E N , and I. R. P A N D A Y 638

    X-Ray Induced Inactivation of the Sulfhydryl En-zyme Malate Synthase in the Presence of Var-ious Additives. Probing the Extent of Primary and Post-Irradiation Inactivation and Repair by Rapid Screening on the Microlevel H . D U R C H S C H L A G and P. Z I P P E R 645

    Ribonucleosides in Mi lk : Characterization and Determination of the Concentration Profile of these Minor Components throughout a Lacta-tion Period (In German) K . - P . R A E Z K E and E. S C H L I M M E 655

    Stimulation of Calmodulin Binding to Skeletal Muscle Membrane Proteins by 1,25-Dihydroxy-Vitamin D 3 V . M A S S H E I M E R , L . M . F E R N A N D E Z , and A . R.

    D E B O L A N D 663

    On the Problem of Season and Cold Dependence of Calcium Transport by Skeletal Muscle Sarco-plasmic Reticulum B. A G O S T I N I , L . D E M A R T I N O , and W. H A S S E L -

    B A C H 671

    Efficacy of Different Hexacyanoferrates(II) in Inhibiting the Intestinal Absorption of Radio-caesium in Rats B. D R E S O W , P. N I E L S E N , and H . C. H E I N R I C H 676

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  • Contents Z. Naturforsch. Vol. 45 c, No. 6, June 1990

    Bioavailability of Iron and Cyanide from 5 9 Fe-and 1 4 C-Labelled Hexacyanoferrates(II) in Rats P. N I E L S E N , B. D R E S O W , R. F I S C H E R , and H . C.

    H E I N R I C H 681

    Morphology and Chemical Contents of Dufour Glands of Pseudomyrmex Ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) A . B. A T T Y G A L L E , J . P. J . B I L L E N , B. D . J A C K -

    S O N , and E . D . M O R G A N 691

    Determination of Relative Volatility of Lepido-ptera Sex Pheromones by Closed Loop Strip-ping (In German) H . J . B E S T M A N N , J . E R L E R , and O. V O S T R O W S K Y

    698

    14-Deoxyecdysteroids in an Insect ( G r y l l u s hi-maculatus ) K . H . H O F F M A N N , E . T H I R Y , and R. L A F O N T 7 0 3

    Ontogenetic Patterns in Amounts and Proportions of Dufour's Glan

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