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Beck, C. and R. Uhl (1994).  On the localization of voltage-
sensitive calcium channels in the flagella of Chlamydomonas 
reinhardtii.  J. Cell Biol. 125, 1119-1125.

McLennan, A.G., E. Mayers, S. Hankin, N. Thorne, M. Prescott and 
R. Powls (1994).  The green alga Scenedesmus obliquus contains 
both diadenosine 5',5'''-P1,P4-tetraphosphate (asymmetrical) 
pyrophosphohydrolase and phosphorylase activities.  Biochem. J 
300, 183-189.

Nelson, J., P.B. Savereide and P.A. Lefebvre (1994).  The CRY1 
gene in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii: Structure and use as a dominant 
selectable marker for nuclear transformation.  Mol. Cell. Biol. 
14, 4011-4019.

Orsat, B., A. Spielmann, S. Marc-Martin, T. Lemberger and E. Stutz 
(1994).  Analysis of the 22 kbp long psbD-psbC gene cluster of 
Euglena gracilis chloroplast DNA: Evidence for overlapping 
transcription units undergoing differential processing.  Biochim. 
Biophys. Acta Gene Struct. Expression 1218, 75-81.

Piperno, G., K. Mead, M. LeDizet and A. Moscatelli (1994).  
Mutations in the "dynein regulatory complex" alter the ATP-
insensitive binding sites for inner arm dyneins in Chlamydomonas 
axonemes.  J. Cell Biol. 125, 1109-1117.

Roffey, R.A., D.M. Kramer, Govindjee and R.T. Sayre (1994).  
Lumenal side histidine mutations in the D1 protein of Photosystem 
II affect donor side electron transfer in Chlamydomonas 
reinhardtii.  Biochim. Biophys. Acta Bio Energetics 1185, 257-270.

Schiedlmeier, B., R. Schmitt, W. Mueller, M.M. Kirk, H. Gruber, W. 
Mages and D.L. Kirk (1994).  Nuclear transformation of Volvox 
carteri.  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 91, 5080-5084.

Sineshchekov, O.A., E.G. Govorunova, A. Der, L. Keszthelyi and W. 
Nultsch (1994).  Photoinduced electric currents in carotenoid-
deficient Chlamydomonas mutants reconstituted with retinal and its 
analogs.  Biophys. J 66, 2073-2084.

Takahashi, Y., H. Matsumoto, M. Goldschmidt-Clermont and J.D. 
Rochaix (1994).  Directed disruption of the Chlamydomonas 
chloroplast psbK gene destabilizes the photosystem II reaction 
center complex.  Plant Mol. Biol. 779-788.





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