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    1. Sharkey, TD; Yeh, SS
      Isoprene emission from plants

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    2. Sharkey, TD; Badger, MR; von Caemmerer, S; Andrews, TJ
      Increased heat sensitivity of photosynthesis in tobacco plants with reduced Rubisco activase

      PHOTOSYNTHESIS RESEARCH
    3. Hanson, DT; Sharkey, TD
      Effect of growth conditions on isoprene emission and other thermotolerance-enhancing compounds

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    4. Hanson, DT; Sharkey, TD
      Rate of acclimation of the capacity for isoprene emission in response to light and temperature

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    5. Laporte, MM; Galagan, JA; Prasch, AL; Vanderveer, PJ; Hanson, DT; Shewmaker, CK; Sharkey, TD
      Promoter strength and tissue specificity effects on growth of tomato plants transformed with maize sucrose-phosphate synthase

      PLANTA
    6. Sharkey, TD; Chen, XY; Yeh, S
      Isoprene increases thermotolerance of fosmidomycin-fed leaves

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    7. Singsaas, EL; Sharkey, TD
      The effects of high temperature on isoprene synthesis in oak leaves

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    8. Sharkey, TD
      Plant biology - Some like it hot

      SCIENCE
    9. Fuentes, JD; Lerdau, M; Atkinson, R; Baldocchi, D; Bottenheim, JW; Ciccioli, P; Lamb, B; Geron, C; Gu, L; Guenther, A; Sharkey, TD; Stockwell, W
      Biogenic hydrocarbons in the atmospheric boundary layer: A review

      BULLETIN OF THE AMERICAN METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY
    10. Sharkey, TD; Lerdau, MT
      Atmospheric chemistry and hydrocarbon emissions from plants

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    11. Sharkey, TD; Singsaas, EL; Lerdau, MT; Geron, CD
      Weather effects on isoprene emission capacity and applications in emissions algorithms

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    12. Singsaas, EL; Laporte, MM; Shi, JZ; Monson, RK; Bowling, DR; Johnson, K; Lerdau, M; Jasentuliytana, A; Sharkey, TD
      Kinetics of leaf temperature fluctuation affect isoprene emission from redoak (Quercus rubra) leaves

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    13. Schleucher, J; Vanderveer, P; Markley, JL; Sharkey, TD
      Intramolecular deuterium distributions reveal disequilibrium of chloroplast phosphoglucose isomerase

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    14. Saeed, IAM; MacGuidwin, AE; Rouse, DI; Sharkey, TD
      Limitation to photosynthesis in Pratylenchus penetrans- and Verticillium dahliae-infected potato

      CROP SCIENCE
    15. Hanson, DT; Swanson, S; Graham, LE; Sharkey, TD
      Evolutionary significance of isoprene emission from mosses

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    16. Singsaas, EL; Sharkey, TD
      The regulation of isoprene emission responses to rapid leaf temperature fluctuations

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    17. HECKATHORN SA; DOWNS CA; SHARKEY TD; COLEMAN JS
      THE SMALL, METHIONINE-RICH CHLOROPLAST HEAT-SHOCK-PROTEIN PROTECTS PHOTOSYSTEM-II ELECTRON-TRANSPORT DURING HEAT-STRESS

      Plant physiology
    18. Schleucher, J; Vanderveer, PJ; Sharkey, TD
      Export of carbon from chloroplasts at night

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    19. SHARKEY TD; LORETO F; BALDOCCHI D; GUENTHER A
      THE BEMA-PROJECT - A NORTH-AMERICAN PERSPECTIVE

      Atmospheric environment
    20. MACINTYRE HL; SHARKEY TD; GEIDER RJ
      ACTIVATION AND DEACTIVATION OF RIBULOSE-1,5-BISPHOSPHATE CARBOXYLASE OXYGENASE (RUBISCO) IN 3 MARINE MICROALGAE/

      Photosynthesis research
    21. LAPORTE MM; GALAGAN JA; SHAPIRO JA; BOERSIG MR; SHEWMAKER CK; SHARKEY TD
      SUCROSE-PHOSPHATE SYNTHASE ACTIVITY AND YIELD ANALYSIS OF TOMATO PLANTS TRANSFORMED WITH MAIZE SUCROSE-PHOSPHATE SYNTHASE

      Planta
    22. SINGSAAS EL; LERDAU M; WINTER K; SHARKEY TD
      ISOPRENE INCREASES THERMOTOLERANCE OF ISOPRENE-EMITTING SPECIES

      Plant physiology
    23. TRIVETT CL; VANDERVEER PJ; SHARKEY TD; RUSSIN WA
      A RAPID TISSUE-PROCESSING METHOD FOR MICROAUTORADIOGRAPHY USING MICROWAVE ACCELERATION

      Plant physiology
    24. SINGSAAS EL; SHARKEY TD
      EFFECTS OF TRANSIENT CHANGES IN PAR AND LEAF TEMPERATURE ON ISOPRENE EMISSION

      Plant physiology
    25. GERON CD; NIE D; ARNTS RR; SHARKEY TD; SINGSAAS EL; VANDERVEER PJ; GUENTHER A; SICKLES JE; KLEINDIENST TE
      BIOGENIC ISOPRENE EMISSION - MODEL EVALUATION IN A SOUTHEASTERN UNITED-STATES BOTTOMLAND DECIDUOUS FOREST

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    26. SHARKEY TD
      EMISSION OF LOW-MOLECULAR-MASS HYDROCARBONS FROM PLANTS

      Trends in plant science
    27. RUSSIN WA; EVERT RF; VANDERVEER PJ; SHARKEY TD; BRIGGS SP
      MODIFICATION OF A SPECIFIC CLASS OF PLASMODESMATA AND LOSS OF SUCROSEEXPORT ABILITY IN THE SUCROSE EXPORT DEFECTIVE1 MAIZE MUTANT

      The Plant cell
    28. SHARKEY TD; SINGSAAS EL; VANDERVEER PJ; GERON C
      FIELD-MEASUREMENTS OF ISOPRENE EMISSION FROM TREES IN RESPONSE TO TEMPERATURE AND LIGHT

      Tree physiology
    29. SHARKEY TD
      ISOPRENE SYNTHESIS BY PLANTS AND ANIMALS

      Endeavour
    30. LITVAK ME; LORETO F; HARLEY PC; SHARKEY TD; MONSON RK
      THE RESPONSE OF ISOPRENE EMISSION RATE AND PHOTOSYNTHETIC RATE TO PHOTON FLUX AND NITROGEN SUPPLY IN ASPEN AND WHITE OAK TREES

      Plant, cell and environment
    31. MICALLEF BJ; SHARKEY TD
      GENETIC AND PHYSIOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF FLAVERIA-LINEARIS PLANTS HAVING A REDUCED ACTIVITY OF CYTOSOLIC FRUCTOSE-1,6-BISPHOSPHATASE

      Plant, cell and environment
    32. MICALLEF BJ; VANDERVEER PJ; SHARKEY TD
      RESPONSES TO ELEVATED CO2 OF FLAVERIA-LINEARIS PLANTS HAVING A REDUCED ACTIVITY OF CYTOSOLIC FRUCTOSE-1,6-BISPHOSPHATASE

      Plant, cell and environment
    33. MICALLEF BJ; DENNIS DT; SHARKEY TD
      HOW DO PLANTS OF FLAVERIA-LINEARIS HAVING NO ACTIVITY OF THE ESSENTIAL ENZYME CYTOSOLIC FRUCTOSE BISPHOSPHATASE SURVIVE

      Plant physiology
    34. LORETO F; CICCIOLI P; BRANCALEONI E; CECINATO A; FRATTONI M; SHARKEY TD
      DIFFERENT SOURCES OF REDUCED CARBON CONTRIBUTE TO FORM 3 CLASSES OF TERPENOID EMITTED BY QUERCUS-ILEX L LEAVES

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    35. MONSON RK; LERDAU MT; SHARKEY TD; SCHIMEL DS; FALL R
      BIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF CONSTRUCTING VOLATILE ORGANIC-COMPOUND EMISSIONINVENTORIES

      Atmospheric environment
    36. MOORE BD; SHARKEY TD; SEEMANN JR
      INTRACELLULAR-LOCALIZATION OF CA1P AND CA1P PHOSPHATASE-ACTIVITY IN LEAVES OF PHASEOLUS-VULGARIS L

      Photosynthesis research
    37. TENNESSEN DJ; BULA RJ; SHARKEY TD
      EFFICIENCY OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN CONTINUOUS AND PULSED-LIGHT EMITTING DIODE IRRADIATION

      Photosynthesis research
    38. MICALLEF BJ; HASKINS KA; VANDERVEER PJ; ROH KS; SHEWMAKER CK; SHARKEY TD
      ALTERED PHOTOSYNTHESIS, FLOWERING, AND FRUITING IN TRANSGENIC TOMATO PLANTS THAT HAVE AN INCREASED CAPACITY FOR SUCROSE SYNTHESIS

      Planta
    39. LAPORTE MM; SHARKEY TD
      EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE ON PHOTOSYNTHESIS, PARTITIONING, AND GROWTH INSPS TRANSFORMED TOMATO PLANTS

      Plant physiology
    40. SHARKEY TD; SINGSAAS EL; VANDERVEER PJ; GERON C
      RESPONSES OF ISOPRENE AND PHOTOSYNTHESIS TO TEMPERATURE AND LIGHT IN A NORTH-CAROLINA FOREST

      Plant physiology
    41. SHARKEY TD; SINGSAAS EL
      WHY PLANTS EMIT ISOPRENE

      Nature
    42. CUSHMAN KE; TIBBITTS TW; SHARKEY TD; WISE RR
      CONSTANT-LIGHT INJURY OF POTATO - TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL PATTERNS OF CARBON-DIOXIDE ASSIMILATION, STARCH CONTENT, CHLOROPLAST INTEGRITY, AND NECROTIC LESIONS

      Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science
    43. LORETO F; DIMARCO G; TRICOLI D; SHARKEY TD
      MEASUREMENTS OF MESOPHYLL CONDUCTANCE, PHOTOSYNTHETIC ELECTRON-TRANSPORT AND ALTERNATIVE ELECTRON SINKS OF FIELD-GROWN WHEAT LEAVES

      Photosynthesis research
    44. TENNESSEN DJ; SINGSAAS EL; SHARKEY TD
      LIGHT-EMITTING-DIODES AS A LIGHT-SOURCE FOR PHOTOSYNTHESIS RESEARCH

      Photosynthesis research
    45. HARLEY PC; LITVAK ME; SHARKEY TD; MONSON RK
      ISOPRENE EMISSION FROM VELVET BEAN-LEAVES - INTERACTIONS AMONG NITROGEN AVAILABILITY, GROWTH PHOTON FLUX-DENSITY, AND LEAF DEVELOPMENT

      Plant physiology
    46. LORETO F; SHARKEY TD
      ISOPRENE EMISSION BY PLANTS IS AFFECTED BY TRANSMISSIBLE WOUND SIGNALS

      Plant, cell and environment
    47. DELWICHE CF; SHARKEY TD
      RAPID APPEARANCE OF C-13 IN BIOGENIC ISOPRENE WHEN (CO2)-C-13 IS FED TO INTACT LEAVES

      Plant, cell and environment
    48. MICALLEF BJ; ROH KS; SHARKEY TD
      ALTERING PHOTOSYNTHETIC PERFORMANCE IN PLANTS BY GENETICALLY MANIPULATING SUCROSE BIOSYNTHESIS

      Plant physiology
    49. SINGSAAS EL; TENNESSEN DJ; SHARKEY TD
      ISOPRENE EMISSION AND PHOTOSYNTHESIS RESPONSES TO IRRADIATION BY RED-LIGHT AND WHITE-LIGHT FROM A XENON ARC LAMP

      Plant physiology
    50. MICALLEF BJ; SHARKEY TD
      THE RATE OF SUCROSE BIOSYNTHESIS CAN LIMIT THE RATE OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS

      Plant physiology
    51. TENNESSEN DJ; SHARKEY TD
      QUANTUM REQUIREMENT OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN TOMATO IRRADIATED WITH LIGHT-EMITTING-DIODES

      Plant physiology
    52. SHARKEY TD; LORETO F
      WATER-STRESS, TEMPERATURE, AND LIGHT EFFECTS ON ISOPRENE EMISSION ANDPHOTOSYNTHESIS OF KUDZU LEAVES

      Plant physiology
    53. SHARKEY TD; LORETO F
      WATER-STRESS, TEMPERATURE, AND LIGHT EFFECTS ON THE CAPACITY FOR ISOPRENE EMISSION AND PHOTOSYNTHESIS OF KUDZU LEAVES

      Oecologia
    54. DEKKER JH; SHARKEY TD
      REGULATION OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN TRIAZINE-RESISTANT AND TRIAZINE-SUSCEPTIBLE BRASSICA-NAPUS

      Plant physiology


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