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September 2018

Volume 17Issue 9p1650-1874
Open Access
On the Cover: Chlorotic Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 cells (left) resuscitate from dormancy upon nitrogen availability in a stepwise developmental program. Transmission electron micrographs reveal the re-assembly of thylakoid membranes (*) and reduction of storage polymers (PHB, polyhydroxybutyrate granules; G, glycogen granules) after 24 h of resuscitation (top). After 48-72 h, cells reach a vegetative growth state and full photosynthetic capacity (right). For details, see the article by Forchhammer et al., pages 1650–1669....
On the Cover: Chlorotic Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 cells (left) resuscitate from dormancy upon nitrogen availability in a stepwise developmental program. Transmission electron micrographs reveal the re-assembly of thylakoid membranes (*) and reduction of storage polymers (PHB, polyhydroxybutyrate granules; G, glycogen granules) after 24 h of resuscitation (top). After 48-72 h, cells reach a vegetative growth state and full photosynthetic capacity (right). For details, see the article by Forchhammer et al., pages 1650–1669.

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