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Euglena gracilis

Euglena gracilis

Euglena gracilis

Purification and Characterization of ADP-Ribosyl Cyclase from Euglena gracilis

Transient Freezing Behavior in Photophobic Responses of Euglena gracilis Investigated in a Microfluidic Device

Circadian G2 Arrest as Related to Circadian Gating of Cell Population Growth in Euglena

Sequence Evidence for the Presence of Two Tetrapyrrole Pathways in Euglena gracilis

Ageing of Euglena chloroplasts in vitro I. Variations in pigment pattern and in morphology

Nucleus-encoded Precursors to Thylakoid Lumen Proteins of Euglena gracilis Possess Tripartite Presequences

Purification and Characterization of Arginine:Mono-ADP-Ribosylhydrolase from Euglena gracilis Z

Characterization of a photosynthetic Euglena strain isolated from an acidic hot mud pool of a volcanic area of Costa Rica

Isolation and Characterization of Oxygen-Evolving Photosystem II Complexes Retaining the PsbO, P and Q Proteins from Euglena gracilis

Immunocytochemical Localization of RuBisCO in the Compartmentalized Osmiophilic Body in Dark-Grown Cells of Euglena gracilis Z1

A Soluble Chloroplast Protease Processes the Euglena Polyprotein Precursor to the Light Harvesting Chlorophyll a/b Binding Protein of Photosystem II

Control by Ammonium Ion of the Change from Step-Up to Step-Down Photophobically Responding Cells in the Flagellate Alga Euglena gracilis

Identification and comparative analysis of the chloroplast α-subunit gene of DNA-dependent RNA polymerase from seven Euglena species


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A genus of fusiform, photosynthetic protozoa (sometimes classified as algae) of the division Euglenophyta. They are useful in biochemical research as unicellular photosynthetic organisms.

Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry.

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