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Fields of Wheat

Researchers in Harvey Millar's lab at the University of Western Australia are studying the proteome of wheat during respiration and under different salinity levels, reports the Australian Life Scientist. Chung Pong Lee, a PhD student, found that the mitochondrial proteome changed throughout the course of a day. "Some proteins were effectively morning proteins, midday proteins and evening proteins, that cycled in response to external cues, changing entire biochemical pathways.

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