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Rho GTPase, called Rop (Rho-related GTPase) in plants, has different isomers in animals and fungi. Rho GTPases are widely distributed in plants, and the corresponding genes in Arabidopsis, maize, barley, rice, peas and alfalfa have ...
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Even simple carbohydrates that have the same number of atoms and the same mass may differ in only one binding angle. These almost identical molecules, called isomers, exhibit very different biological functions.

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