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Impact of Oxygen Stress and Energy Availability on Membrane Stability of Plant Cells

Ionic basis for membrane potential changes induced by hypoosmotic stress in guinea-pig ventricular myocytes

Managing membrane stress: the phage shock protein (Psp) response, from molecular mechanisms to physiology

Antibiotic stress induces a large amount of outer membrane protein in Pseudomonas aeruginosa

Response of plasma membrane H+-ATPase to heavy metal stress in Cucumis sativus roots

Expression of Plasma Membrane Water Channel Genes under Water Stress in Nicotiana excelsior

Analysis of DNA fragmentation, plasma membrane translocation of phosphatidylserine and oxidative stress in human spermatozoa

On a quest for stress tolerance genes: membrane transporters in sensing and adapting to hostile soils

Peroxynitrite-mediated nitrosative stress decreases motility and mitochondrial membrane potential in human spermatozoa

SP408EFFECTS OF MEMBRANE MATERIAL AND HDF DILUTION METHODS ON RADICAL STRESS

Malonyldialdehyde content of cell membranes is the most important marker of oxidative stress in haemodialysis patients.

Thermal stresses in a thin membrane covering an arbitrarily shaped object: equilibrium and derived identities

Salt stress and plasma-membrane fluidity in selected extremophilic yeasts and yeast-like fungi

Membrane fluxes, bypass flows, and sodium stress in rice: the influence of silicon

Evidence for a role of Trp proteins in the oxidative stress-induced membrane conductances of porcine aortic endothelial cells1

Response of Halomonas campisalis to saline stress: changes in growth kinetics, compatible solute production and membrane phospholipid fatty acid composition

 

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The stress on a tectonic plate resulting from its motion over an Earth with a non-spherical shape. It is largely restricted to plates with a latitudinal motion, i.e. moving away from, or towards, the equatorial bulge and therefore adjusting to the new curvature.

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