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Index Vol. XIX, Issue 1, 2014

Cytohistological studies conducted at the foliar and caulinar level in Sedum telephium ssp. maximum L. plants grown in natural or in „ in vitro” conditions I: Cytohistological investigation at the level of vitroplantlets leaves
M. ARDELEAN, D. M. CACHIŢĂ, C. V. MIHALI, C. CRĂCIUN pp. 1 - 9
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The genetic variability of the invasive Perccottus glenii from Siret River, using the cytochrome b gene M. LUCA, D. URECHE, D. NICUȚĂ, G. GHIORGHIȚĂ, R. C. DRUICĂ, L. D. GORGAN pp. 11 – 20
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Cytohistological studies conducted at the foliar and caulinar level in Sedum telephium ssp. Maximum plants grown in natural or „in vitro” conditions II: Cytohistological investigations performed at the level of the plants grown in natural or septic conditions M. ARDELEAN, D. M. CACHIŢĂ, A. ARDELEAN, C. CRĂCIUN pp. 21 – 26
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Effects of nutrients and hydrogen peroxide on hydrocarbon biodegradation in marine sandy sediment microcosms
D. R. POPOVICIU, R. BERCU pp. 27 – 31
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Anatomical study of Ficus carica L. leaf
R. BERCU, D. R. POPOVICIU pp. 33 - 36
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Effects of Red Bull on cardiac muscle in physically trained and untrained Wistar rats
M. CRIŞAN, C. MUNTEANU, C. JULA, C. LANG, C. ROŞIORU pp. 37 – 41
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Molecular identification of selected yeast strains isolated from Sebeș-Apold vineyard, Apoldu de Jos viticultural area
L. OPREAN pp. 43 – 46
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Regeneration possibilities of the skeletal muscle cell around a titan implant
B. A. BUMBU, V. RUS, F. RUXANDA, A. BUMBU, I. OSWALD pp. 47 - 52
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Serum microRNA profiling of hyperlipidemic and/or hyperglycemic patients reveals specifically increased levels of miR-122, miR-125a, miR-486 and miR-92a
N. SIMIONESCU, L. S. NICULESCU, G.M. SANDA, D. MARGINA, A. V. SIMA pp. 53 – 64
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Detection of In Situ Transglutaminase 1 Activity in Romanian Patients with Autosomal Recessive Congenital Ichthyosis
D. MAIER, M. C. TILINCA, R. COSGAREA pp. 65 – 72
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Antimicrobial activity of active biodegradable starch films on pathogenic microorganisms D. NAIRETTI, M. MIRONESCU, O. TITA pp. 73 – 78
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