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Esterase activity. pea, 20:388-389 vascular tissue, specific antigen production, maize, 20:386 organogenesis from explants cytokinin-induced habituation, 20:378-380 juvenile and adult tissues, Citrus grandis, Hedera helix, 20:375 leaf primordia, Osmunda cinamomea, 20:374 leaves and stems, Citrus grandis, 20:376 pith parenchyma, tobacco region near base of young leaves, Sorghum bicolor; 20:374-375 single apical cell, root formation, fern Azolla, 20:377 stem, cytokinin and auxin effects, tobacco, 20:375,386 totipotentiality, 20:376 primary of lens and epidermal cells, mouse, 20: 157-159 chicken S-crystallin gene expression.
30:29. 64-65. 88 release mechanisms, 30:30, 32, 70. 71-73. 4,5-triphosphate receptor dependent. 5 phosphorylation. 30533 ruthenium red, 30:76 ryanodine receptor dependent, 3052. 88 species comparison. 30:72-73 reorganization in frog egg. 2657 sperm, 30:46, 85-87 steroidogenesia regulation. 30: 122 transforming growth factor-p, 24: I21 transient characteristics. 30:28-30, 67-7 I inositol 1,4,5-triphosphate. 3 0 3 I. 74-75 origination, 30:26-27. 77-78. 80. 164-165 species comparison. 30:27 voltage-gated ion channel development, 39: 159- 164 early embryos, 39: 160-164 cell cycle modulation role.