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Lepidium


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Lepidium

Lepidium

Genetic Variability ofLepidium meyeniiand other AndeanLepidiumSpecies (Brassicaceae) Assessed by Molecular Markers

Lepidium as a model system for studying the evolution of fruit development in Brassicaceae

Brassinazole, an Inhibitor of Brassinosteroid Biosynthesis, Inhibits Development of Secondary Xylem in Cress Plants (Lepidium sativum)

A bicontinental origin of polyploid Australian/New Zealand Lepidium species (Brassicaceae)? Evidence from genomic in situ hybridization

Differentiation of the seed coat and composition of the mucilage of Lepidium perfoliatum L.: a desert annual with typical myxospermy

Potent endogenous allelopathic compounds in Lepidium sativum seed exudate: effects on epidermal cell growth in Amaranthus caudatus seedlings

Members of the gibberellin receptor gene family GID1 (GIBBERELLIN INSENSITIVE DWARF1) play distinct roles during Lepidium sativum and Arabidopsis thaliana seed germination

Role of a respiratory burst oxidase of Lepidium sativum (cress) seedlings in root development and auxin signalling

Peroxidases identified in a subtractive cDNA library approach show tissue-specific transcript abundance and enzyme activity during seed germination of Lepidium sativum

Embryo growth, testa permeability, and endosperm weakening are major targets for the environmentally regulated inhibition of Lepidium sativum seed germination by myrigalone A

Endosperm-limited Brassicaceae Seed Germination: Abscisic Acid Inhibits Embryo-induced Endosperm Weakening of Lepidium sativum (cress) and Endosperm Rupture of Cress and Arabidopsis thaliana

Chemoprotective effects of garden cress (Lepidium sativum) and its constituents towards 2-amino-3-methyl-imidazo[4,5-f]quinoline (IQ)-induced genotoxic effects and colonic preneoplastic lesions

 

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(family Brassicaceae)

A genus of herbs that have alternate leaves without stipules. The inflorescence is usually a raceme and flowers have 4 sepals, 4 petals, and 6 stamens. The genus is cosmopolitan and found in all arid regions. There are about 150 species, which include L. sativum, the common garden cress, which is grown for food.

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