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    Componentes del amor y bienestar psicol贸gico en estudiantes de una Universidad Privada de Trujillo

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    RESUMEN En la presente investigaci贸n se explor贸 la relaci贸n entre Componentes del amor y el Bienestar psicol贸gico, llev谩ndose a cabo un Dise帽o de estudio Correlacional, cuya muestra de tipo probabil铆stica estuvo conformada por 125 estudiantes universitarios entre 20 y 24 a帽os de edad de la ciudad de Trujillo y se utilizaron para su medici贸n La Escala Triangular del amor de Sternberg y la Escala de Bienestar Psicol贸gico de Ryff, adaptado por Van Dierendonck. Los resultados evidencian que se encuentra correlaci贸n negativa y significativa (r=-.17, p<.05) entre el componente Intimidad y la dimensi贸n autonom铆a, asimismo se correlaciona positiva y altamente significativa el mismo componente con la dimensi贸n crecimiento personal (r=.28, p<.01); en lo que respecta al segundo componente (Pasi贸n) se correlaciona de manera negativa y significativamente (r=-.19, p<.05) con la dimensi贸n dominio del entorno, empero se correlaciona de forma positiva y altamente significativa (r=.25, p<.01)con la dimensi贸n crecimiento personal; adem谩s en lo que respecta al tercer componente (Compromiso) se evidencia correlaci贸n positiva y significativa (r=.20, p<.05) con la dimensi贸n dominio del entorno, no obstante correlaci贸n negativa y altamente significativa (r=-.24, p<01) con la dimensi贸n crecimiento personal. En lo concerniente a los resultados descriptivos se observa que el componente de amor con tendencia de medio a alto en la muestra de estudio es Intimidad (52.8% y 29.6%); y finalmente en lo concerniente a bienestar psicol贸gico todas las dimensiones presentan una tendencia de nivel medio; excepto Prop贸sito en la vida, cuyo puntaje se ubic贸 en un nivel de medio a bajo (60.0% y 26.4%). PALABRAS CLAVE: componentes del amor, bienestar psicol贸gico, relaci贸n de pareja.ABSTRACT The present research explored the relationship between Components of Love and Psychological Well-Being, carrying out a correlational study design, whose sample of probabilistic type was formed by 125 university students between 20 and 24 years old from Trujillo city and were used for measurement of Sternberg鈥檚 Triangular Scale of Love and the Ryff Psychological Well-Being Scale adapted by Van Dierendonck. The results show that there is a negative and significant correlation (r=-.17, p<.05) between the Intimacy component and the Autonomy dimension, and the same component is correlated positively and highly significant with the Personal Growth dimension (r=.28, p<.01), with respect to the second component Passion is negatively and significantly correlated (r=-.19, p<.05) with the dimension Domain of the Environment, however is correlated in a positive way and highly significant (r=.25, p<.01) with the Personal Growth dimension. In addition to the third component (Commitment) evidence positive and significant correlation (r=.20, p<01) with the dimension Domain of the Environment, however negative and highly significant correlation (r=-.24, p<01) with the Personal Growth dimension. Regarding to the descriptive results it is observed that the love component with tendency medium to high in the study sample is Intimacy (52.8% and 29.6%); and finally with respect to Psychological Well-Being all the dimensions present a mediumlevel tendency, except Purpose in life whose score was placed in a level of medium to low (60.0% and 26.4%). KEYWORDS: components of love, psychological wellbeing, relationship

    Additional file 2: of Elevated growth temperature decreases levels of the PEX5 peroxisome-targeting signal receptor and ameliorates defects of Arabidopsis mutants with an impaired PEX4 ubiquitin-conjugating enzyme

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    Validation of the PEX4 antibody. Seedlings were grown as in the legend of Fig.聽1. Means of dark-grown hypocotyl lengths (A), normalized dark-grown hypocotyl lengths (B, C), and standard deviations of the means are shown (n鈥夆墺鈥18). (D) Protein extracts of dark-grown seedlings from 0.5聽% sucrose-supplemented medium were processed for immunoblotting. The membrane was serially probed with the indicated antibodies. Thiolase is synthesized as a PTS2-containing precursor (p) and cleaved in the peroxisome into a mature (m) form. HSC70 was used to monitor protein loading. The positions of molecular mass markers (in kDa) are indicated on the left. (PDF 3182 kb

    The IBR5 phosphatase promotes Arabidopsis auxin responses through a novel mechanism distinct from TIR1-mediated repressor degradation-5

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    Or the indicated time, then stained for GUS activity. (B) Auxin-response defects of lines. Lengths of primary roots of 8-day-old seedlings grown under yellow-filtered light at 22掳C on medium supplemented with various concentrations of 2,4-D are shown. Error bars represent standard errors of the means (= 20). (C) 8-day-old Col-0 (Wt) and carrying [16] were heat-shocked for 2 hours, mock (ethanol) treated or treated with 10 渭M IBA for 40 minutes, then stained for GUS activity. (D) 8-day-old Col-0 (Wt), , , and carrying [16] were heat shocked for 2 hours. Midway through a 2-hour heat shock, DMSO (mock) or 50 渭M MG132 treatment was initiated. Seedlings were stained for GUS activity 2 hours after return to room temperature. Separate experiments revealed that inclusion of DMSO during the heat shock (included as an MG132 carrier in panel D) resulted in more intense AXR3NT-GUS staining (L.C.S., unpublished), which could account for the higher apparent GUS activity in panel D when compared to panel A.<p><b>Copyright information:</b></p><p>Taken from "The IBR5 phosphatase promotes Arabidopsis auxin responses through a novel mechanism distinct from TIR1-mediated repressor degradation"</p><p>http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2229/8/41</p><p>BMC Plant Biology 2008;8():41-41.</p><p>Published online 18 Apr 2008</p><p>PMCID:PMC2374786.</p><p></p

    The IBR5 phosphatase promotes Arabidopsis auxin responses through a novel mechanism distinct from TIR1-mediated repressor degradation-3

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    R patterning defects. Cleared cotyledons of 8-day-old Col-0 (Wt), , , and seedlings are shown. Scale bar = 1 mm. (C, D) auxin-response defects. Lengths of primary roots of 8-day-old seedlings grown under yellow-filtered light at 22掳C on medium supplemented with various concentrations of IBA (C) or 2,4-D (D) are shown. roots were significantly longer than and roots in the absence of hormone and on 5, 10, and 20 渭M IBA (鈮 0.001) in two-tailed -tests assuming unequal variance. roots were significantly longer than and roots on 20 (鈮 0.01), 40 (鈮 0.01), 80 (鈮 0.0001), and 120 (鈮 0.001) nM 2,4-D in two-tailed -tests assuming unequal variance. Error bars represent standard errors of the means (鈮 16).<p><b>Copyright information:</b></p><p>Taken from "The IBR5 phosphatase promotes Arabidopsis auxin responses through a novel mechanism distinct from TIR1-mediated repressor degradation"</p><p>http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2229/8/41</p><p>BMC Plant Biology 2008;8():41-41.</p><p>Published online 18 Apr 2008</p><p>PMCID:PMC2374786.</p><p></p

    The IBR5 phosphatase promotes Arabidopsis auxin responses through a novel mechanism distinct from TIR1-mediated repressor degradation-8

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    R patterning defects. Cleared cotyledons of 8-day-old Col-0 (Wt), , , and seedlings are shown. Scale bar = 1 mm. (C, D) auxin-response defects. Lengths of primary roots of 8-day-old seedlings grown under yellow-filtered light at 22掳C on medium supplemented with various concentrations of IBA (C) or 2,4-D (D) are shown. roots were significantly longer than and roots on control media and on all auxins tested (鈮 0.001) in -tests assuming unequal variance. Error bars represent standard errors of the means (鈮 18).<p><b>Copyright information:</b></p><p>Taken from "The IBR5 phosphatase promotes Arabidopsis auxin responses through a novel mechanism distinct from TIR1-mediated repressor degradation"</p><p>http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2229/8/41</p><p>BMC Plant Biology 2008;8():41-41.</p><p>Published online 18 Apr 2008</p><p>PMCID:PMC2374786.</p><p></p

    <i>Arabidopsis</i> PEX19 is farnesylated.

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    <p>(A) Proteins with a C-terminal CaaX motif (Cys-aliphatic-aliphatic-X; where X can be Ser, Met, Ala, Asn, or Cys) can be farnesylated by a protein farnesyl-transferase complex composed of PLP and ERA1, cleaved of the three carboxyl-terminal residues, and methylated (me) on the carboxyl group of the prenylated Cys residue [<a href="http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0148335#pone.0148335.ref059" target="_blank">59</a>]. (B) Proteins with a C-terminal a CaaL motif (Cys-aliphatic-aliphatic-Leu) can be geranylgeranylated by protein geranylgeranyl-transferase complex composed of PLP and GGB [<a href="http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0148335#pone.0148335.ref059" target="_blank">59</a>]. (C) PEX19 is farnesylated <i>in vivo</i>. Protein from 8-day-old light-grown seedlings was separated using 12% PAGE and processed for immunoblotting with antibodies recognizing PEX19 and HSC70 (loading control). The positions of the molecular mass markers (in kDa) are indicted at the right. The positions of unfarnesylated (u) and farnesylated (f) PEX19 are indicated at the left. An asterisk marks a protein that cross-reacts with the PEX19 antibody. (D) HA-PEX19 expression decreases farnesylation of endogenous PEX19. Protein extracted from 4-day-old light-grown seedlings was separated using 12% PAGE and processed for immunoblotting with antibodies recognizing PEX19 (top panel), the HA epitope (middle panel), and HSC70 (bottom panel; loading control). The positions of the molecular mass markers (in kDa) are indicted at the left. The positions of unfarnesylated (u), farnesylated (f), and HA-tagged PEX19 are indicated at the right. An asterisk marks a protein that cross-reacts with the PEX19 antibody.</p
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