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Effect of Radiocollars on Survival of Root Voles

Negative cooperativity in Root-effect hemoglobins: role of heterogeneity

Effect of measurement CO2 concentration on sugar maple root respiration

Effect of Root System Morphology on Root-sprouting and Shoot-rooting Abilities in 123 Plant Species from Eroded Lands in North-east Spain

The Effect of Nitrogen Nutrition on Cluster Root Formation and Proton Extrusion by Lupinus albus

Effect of lithospheric root on decompression melting in plume–lithosphere interaction models

Positional effect of cell inactivation on root gravitropism using heavy‐ion microbeams

Effect of root length on epicotyl dormancy release in seeds of Paeonia ludlowii, Tibetan peony

EFFECT OF PARTIAL ROOT COVERAGE ON CONTROL OF WEEVIL ADULTS WITH MULTIPLE ROOTS, 2002

EVALUATION OF INSECTICIDES FOR CONTROL OF SWEETPOTATO WEEVILS IN STORAGE: EFFECT OF PARTIAL ROOT COVERAGE, 2002

Effect of interleukin-4 on orthodontic tooth movement and associated root resorption

Constant versus dissipating forces in orthodontics: the effect on initial tooth movement and root resorption

Orthodontically induced root and alveolar bone resorption: inhibitory effect of systemic doxycycline administration in rats

The effect of roots and litter of Calamagrostis canadensis on root sucker regeneration of Populus tremuloides

Effect of Temperature on Development, Survivorship, and Reproduction of Rice Root Aphid (Homoptera: Aphididae)

Effect of Root Extracts of Mexican Marigold, Tagetes minuta (Asterales: Asteraceae), on Six Nontarget Aquatic Macroinvertebrates

Effect of soil temperature on root resistance: implications for different trees under Mediterranean conditions

Effect of Localized Placement of Nutrients on Root Competition in Self-thinning Populations

 

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The lowering of ligand affinity and of cooperativity of ligand binding (in hemoglobin) brought about by a low pH. [After R. W. Root who reported it in 1931.]

Subjects: Chemistry.


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