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Leavening ability of baker's yeast exposed to hyperosmotic media

α-Tubulin is Rapidly Phosphorylated in Response to Hyperosmotic Stress in Rice and Arabidopsis

Hyper-osmotic condition enhances protein tyrosine phosphorylation and zona pellucida binding capacity of human sperm

Hyperosmotic stress‐induced actin filament reorganization in leaf cells of Chlorophyton comosum

Role of a serine-type d-alanyl-d-alanine carboxypeptidase on the survival of Ochrobactrum sp. 11a under ionic and hyperosmotic stress

Hyperosmotic Stress Induces Formation of Tubulin Macrotubules in Root-Tip Cells of Triticum turgidum: Their Probable Involvement in Protoplast Volume Control

Hyperosmotic Stress Induces a Rapid and Transient Increase in Inositol 1,4,5-Trisphosphate Independent of Abscisic Acid in Arabidopsis Cell Culture

Activation of 40-kDa Protein Kinases in Response to Hypo- and Hyperosmotic Shock in the Halotolerant Green Alga Dunaliella tertiolecta

Deciphering early events involved in hyperosmotic stress-induced programmed cell death in tobacco BY-2 cells

Expression of the yeast calcineurin subunits CNA1 and CNA2 during growth and hyper-osmotic stress

Activation of the plant mitochondrial potassium channel by free fatty acids and acyl-CoA esters: a possible defence mechanism in the response to hyperosmotic stress

SP453DEVELOPMENT OF AN IN VITRO MODEL OF CHRONIC HYPEROSMOTIC STRESS REVEALS THAT GLUCOSE AND MANNITOL HAVE DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS ON MESOTHELIAL CELL ADHESION, MIGRATION AND PROLIFERATION

 

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Describing a liquid that has a higher osmotic pressure; usually the comparison is with the physiological level (275–295 mOsmol/kg).

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