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  1. May 17, 2018 · Here we highlight key insights, with particular emphasis on Sachs' detailed discussion of sexual reproduction at the cellular level and his endorsement of Darwinian evolution. Figures - uploaded...

  2. Dec 13, 2019 · Diagram of the mechanism of state transitions in plants and algae. In the diagram, the system is shown to be initially in ‘state 1’, with the absorption cross section (CS) of photosystem (PS) II being larger than that of PSI (it will have high Chl fluorescence yield because Chl in PSII is much more fluorescent than in PSI).

    • Alexandrina Stirbet, Dušan Lazár, Ya Guo, Ya Guo, Govindjee Govindjee
    • 2020
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  4. Three years later, Sachs (1868) described in great detail the morphology of chloroplasts, based on his observations on the phyllids of the moss Funaria hygrometrica (Fig. 2B). Moreover, he depicted the shape and number of starch grains per chloroplast, as well as documented the process of chloroplast division.

  5. Sep 15, 2020 · Diagram of the ET reactions used in the model of Lazár (2009) (A), the O-J-I-P ChlF transients measured on control (= untreated) leaves, as well as on leaves treated with 2,5-dibromo-3-methyl-6 ...

  6. Sep 1, 2015 · Figure 1: Julius Sachs (1832–1897) at around 36 years old. During his tenure at the Agricultural Academy in Poppelsdorf, the junior scientist wrote his seminal book Experimental Physiology of...

    • Ulrich Kutschera
    • 2015
  7. The year 2018 marks the 150th anniversary of the first publication of Julius von Sachs' (1832-1897) Lehrbuch der Botanik (Textbook of Botany), which provided a comprehensive summary of what was then known about the plant sciences.

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