Ribosomes are essential molecular machines in the cell that translate mRNA sequences into proteins. Growing parts of an organism produce many ribosomes, so that after each cell division both daughter cells have enough to translate the proteins necessary for growth and development. Defects in ribosomes or in their abundance often cause lethality or diseases. Ribosome […]
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Eva Hellmann, The Sainsbury Laboratory, University of Cambridge, CB2 1LR Cambridge, United Kingdom firstname.lastname@example.org Phosphorus (P) is an essential plant nutrient and makes up part of membranes, DNA and RNA; it also serves as energy currency in the form of ATP cycling. It is involved in many signaling processes enabling proper growth and development. The […]
Eva Hellmann, The Sainsbury Laboratory, University of Cambridge, CB2 1LR Cambridge, United Kingdom, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4591-2973 email@example.com Small secreted peptides (SSPs) are short peptides that function as messengers and regulate a variety of processes in plants (Lease and Walker, 2006). They are coded in small open reading frames that give rise to pre-proteins of 100–250 amino […]