1987-88 NASA space/gravitational biology accomplishments
United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Division
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Division, 1988 - Science - 196 pages
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Abstract Accomplishments Finding activity altered animals ASGSB Bulletin asymmetry auxin auxin transport Bandurski Biology bone formation Ca2+ calcium calmodulin cell cycle cell wall cellular centrifuged changes circadian circadian rhythm clinostat coleoptiles collagenase components concentration culture cytoplasmic decrease demonstrated Description of Research differentiation effects embryos endogenous environment enzyme ephyrae exposure fibers function gene gravistimulated gravitropic response gravitropism growth hormone hair cells horizontal hypergravity increased induced inhibition inhibitor laboratory light lignification mammalian mechanical stress metabolism microgravity molecular mRNA muscle mutant NASA nerve neural neurons normal organs osteoblast otolith pathways peroxidase phosphorylation plant growth Plant Physiology plastids potential prostaglandin protein pulvini receptor regulation renin rhopalia rhythm role root cap rotational seedlings semicircular canal sensitivity sensory signal Significance Space spaceflight specific statoconia statoconial membrane statocyst stem stimulation stretch-activated ion channels studies suggests surface synthesis temperature tissue transduction University unloading vestibular system vivo wall peroxidase weightlessness