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    1. Tosserams, M; Visser, A; Groen, M; Kalis, G; Magendans, E; Rozema, J
      Combined effects of CO2 concentration and enhanced UV-B radiation on faba bean

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    2. Sussex, IM; Kerk, NM
      The evolution of plant architecture

      CURRENT OPINION IN PLANT BIOLOGY
    3. Muleo, R; Morini, S; Casano, S
      Photoregulation of growth and branching of plum shoots: Physiological action of two photosystems

      IN VITRO CELLULAR & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY-PLANT
    4. Martin, RC; Mok, DWS; Smets, R; Van Onckelen, HA; Mok, MC
      Development of transgenic tobacco harboring a zeatin O-glucosyltransferasegene from Phaseolus

      IN VITRO CELLULAR & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY-PLANT
    5. Maslova, SP
      The effect of the apical bud on the growth of lateral buds on subterraneanshoots

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    6. Feito, I; Gonzalez, A; Centeno, ML; Fernandez, B; Rodriguez, A
      Transport and distribution of benzyladenine in Actinidia deliciosa explants cultured in liquid and solid media

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    7. Tantikanjana, T; Yong, JWH; Letham, DS; Griffith, M; Hussain, M; Ljung, K; Sandberg, G; Sundaresan, V
      Control of axillary bud initiation and shoot architecture in Arabidopsis through the SUPERSHOOT gene

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    8. Cline, MG; Chatfield, SP; Leyser, O
      NAA restores apical dominance in the axr3-1 mutant of Arabidopsis thaliana

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    9. Cook, NC; Bellstedt, DU
      Chilling response of 'Granny Smith' apple lateral buds inhibited by distalshoot tissues

      SCIENTIA HORTICULTURAE
    10. Ito, A; Hayama, H; Kaskimura, Y; Yoshioka, H
      Effect of maleic hydrazide on endogenous cytokinin contents in lateral buds, and its possible role in flower bud formation on the Japanese pear shoot

      SCIENTIA HORTICULTURAE
    11. Pereira-Netto, AB
      Effect of inhibitors of ethylene biosynthesis and signal transduction pathway on the multiplication of in vitro-grown Hancornia speciosa

      PLANT CELL TISSUE AND ORGAN CULTURE
    12. Morris, SE; Turnbull, CGN; Murfet, IC; Beveridge, CA
      Mutational analysis of branching in pea. Evidence that Rms1 and Rms5 regulate the same novel signal

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    13. Foo, E; Turnbull, CGN; Beveridge, CA
      Long-distance signaling and the control of branching in the rms1 mutant ofpeal

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    14. Geuns, JMC; Smets, R; Struyf, T; Prinsen, E; Valcke, R; Van Onckelen, H
      Apical dominance in Pssu-ipt-transformed tobacco

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    15. McIntyre, GI
      Control of plant development by limiting factors: A nutritional perspective

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    16. Grossmann, K; Hansen, H
      Ethylene-triggered abscisic acid: A principle in plant growth regulation?

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    17. Zvereva, EL; Kozlov, MV
      Effects of pollution-induced habitat disturbance on the response of willows to simulated herbivory

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    18. Ngamau, K
      Promoting side shoot development in Zantedeschia aethiopica 'Green Goddess'

      GARTENBAUWISSENSCHAFT
    19. Chatfield, SP; Stirnberg, P; Forde, BG; Leyser, O
      The hormonal regulation of axillary bud growth in Arabidopsis

      PLANT JOURNAL
    20. Deyholos, MK; Cordner, G; Beebe, D; Sieburth, LE
      The SCARFACE gene is required for cotyledon and leaf vein patterning

      DEVELOPMENT
    21. Demongeot, J; Thomas, R; Thellier, M
      A mathematical model for storage and recall functions in plants

      COMPTES RENDUS DE L ACADEMIE DES SCIENCES SERIE III-SCIENCES DE LA VIE-LIFE SCIENCES
    22. Davenport, TL; Pearce, DW; Rood, SB
      Correlation of endogenous gibberellic acid with initiation of mango shoot growth

      JOURNAL OF PLANT GROWTH REGULATION
    23. Kapchina-Toteva, V; van Telgen, HJ; Yakimova, E
      Role of phenylurea cytokinin CPPU in apical dominance release in in vitro cultured Rosa hybrida L.

      JOURNAL OF PLANT GROWTH REGULATION
    24. Sorce, C; Lorenzi, R; Ceccarelli, N; Ranalli, P
      Changes in free and conjugated IAA during dormancy and sprouting of potatotubers

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    25. Sadras, VO; Quiroz, F; Echarte, L; Escande, A; Pereyra, VR
      Effect of Verticillium dahliae on photosynthesis, leaf expansion and senescence of field-grown sunflower

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    26. Collin, P; Epron, D; Alaoui-Sosse, B; Badot, PM
      Growth responses of common ash seedlings (Fraxinus excelsior L.) to total and partial defoliation

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    27. Lehtila, K
      Modelling compensatory regrowth with bud dormancy and gradual activation of buds

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    28. Huhta, AP; Hellstrom, K; Rautio, P; Tuomi, J
      A test of the compensatory continuum: fertilization increases and below-ground competition decreases the grazing tolerance of tall wormseed mustard (Erysimum strictum)

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    29. Huhta, AP; Lennartsson, T; Tuomi, J; Rautio, P; Laine, K
      Tolerance of Gentianella campestris in relation to damage intensity: an interplay between apical dominance and herbivory

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    30. Haukioja, E; Koricheva, J
      Tolerance to herbivory in woody vs. herbaceous plants

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    31. Li, CJ; Zhu, XP; Zhang, FS
      Role of shoot in regulation of iron deficiency responses in cucumber and bean plants

      JOURNAL OF PLANT NUTRITION
    32. Kotov, AA; Kotova, LM
      The contents of auxins and cytokinins in pea internodes as related to the growth of lateral buds

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    33. Beveridge, CA
      Long-distance signalling and a mutational analysis of branching in pea

      PLANT GROWTH REGULATION
    34. Bangerth, F; Li, CJ; Gruber, J
      Mutual interaction of auxin and cytokinins in regulating correlative dominance

      PLANT GROWTH REGULATION
    35. Ahmadi, M; Baker, DA
      Identification and quantification of the major endogenous cytokinins in pistachio seedlings

      PLANT GROWTH REGULATION
    36. Beveridge, CA; Symons, GM; Turnbull, CGN
      Auxin inhibition of decapitation-induced branching is dependent on graft-transmissible signals regulated by genes rms1 and rms2

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    37. Madoka, Y; Mori, H
      Acropetal disappearance of PsAD1 protein in pea axillary buds after the release of apical dominance

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    38. Madoka, Y; Mori, H
      Two novel transcripts expressed in pea dormant axillary buds

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    39. Deppong, DO; Cline, MG
      Do leaves control episodic shoot growth in woody plants?

      OHIO JOURNAL OF SCIENCE
    40. Monaco, TA; Briske, DD
      Does resource availability modulate shade avoidance responses to the ratioof red to far-red irradiation? An assessment of radiation quantity and soil volume

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    41. Ruel, JC; Messier, C; Doucet, R; Claveau, Y; Comeau, P
      Morphological indicators of growth response of coniferous advance regeneration to overstorey removal in the boreal forest

      FORESTRY CHRONICLE
    42. Ito, A; Hayama, H; Yoshioka, H
      Effects of plant growth regulators and their time of application on flowerbud formation of Japanese pear 'Kosui'

      JOURNAL OF THE JAPANESE SOCIETY FOR HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE
    43. Huhta, AP; Tuomi, J; Rautio, P
      Cost of apical dominance in two monocarpic herbs, Erysimum strictum and Rhinanthus minor

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    44. Franklin, G; Pius, PK; Ignacimuthu, S
      Differential morphogenetic responses of cotyledonary explants of Vigna mungo

      BIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    45. Coleman, WK
      Physiological ageing of potato tubers: A review

      ANNALS OF APPLIED BIOLOGY
    46. Cline, MG
      Execution of the auxin replacement apical dominance experiment in temperate woody species

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    47. Lortie, CJ; Aarssen, LW
      A test of the reserve meristem hypothesis using Verbascum thapsus (Scrophulariaceae)

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    48. Lortie, CJ; Aarssen, LW
      Fitness consequences of branching in Verbascum thapsus (Scrophulariaceae)

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    49. Birch, CPD; Hutchings, MJ
      Clonal segmentation - The development of physiological independence withinstolons of Glechoma hederacea L-(Lamiaceae)

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    50. Lortie, CJ; Aarssen, LW
      The advantage of being tall: Higher flowers receive more pollen in Verbascum thapsus L-(Scrophulariaceae)

      ECOSCIENCE
    51. Zhang, NG; Hasenstein, KH
      Initiation and elongation of lateral roots in Lactuca sativa

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCES
    52. De Pereira-Netto, AB; McCown, BH
      Thermally induced changes in shoot morphology of Hancornia speciosa microcultures: evidence of mediation by ethylene

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    53. White, JM; Wainwright, H; Ireland, CR
      Endodormancy and paradormancy in the raspberry cultivar 'Glen Clova'

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE SEVENTH INTERNATIONAL ROBUS-RIBES SYMPOSIUM
    54. Bergbusch, VL
      A note on the manipulation of flower symmetry in Antirrhinum majus

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    55. Kohmann, K
      Side-effects of formulations of permethrin and fenvalerate insecticides onfrost resistance and field performance of Picea abies seedlings

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH
    56. Cline, MG; Deppong, DO
      The role of apical dominance in paradormancy of temperate woody plants: A reappraisal

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    57. Blazkova, J; Krekule, J; Machackova, I; Prochazka, S
      Auxin and cytokinins in the control of apical dominance in pea - A differential response due to bud position

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    58. Strauss, SY; Agrawal, AA
      The ecology and evolution of plant tolerance to herbivory

      TRENDS IN ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION
    59. Devitt, ML; Maas, KJ; Stafstrom, JP
      Characterization of DRGs, developmentally regulated GTP-binding proteins, from pea and Arabidopsis

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    60. Li, CJ; Bangerth, F
      Autoinhibition of indoleacetic acid transport in the shoots of two-branched pea (Pisum sativum) plants and its relationship to correlative dominance

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    61. Zavaleta-Mancera, HA; Franklin, KA; Ougham, HJ; Thomas, H; Scott, IM
      Regreening of senescent Nicotiana leaves I. Reappearance of NADPH-protochlorophyllide oxidoreductase and light-harvesting chlorophyll a/b-binding protein

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    62. Derner, JD; Briske, DD
      Intraclonal regulation in a perennial caespitose grass: a field evaluationof above- and below-ground resource availability

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    63. Ito, A; Yaegaki, E; Hayama, H; Kusaba, S; Yamaguchi, I; Yoshioka, H
      Bending shoots stimulates flowering and influences hormone levels in lateral buds of Japanese pear

      HORTSCIENCE
    64. Cook, NC; Rabe, E; Jacobs, G
      Early expression of apical control regulates length and crotch angle of sylleptic shoots in peach and nectarine

      HORTSCIENCE
    65. SCHMIDT RJ; AMBROSE BA
      THE BLOOMING OF GRASS FLOWER DEVELOPMENT

      CURRENT OPINION IN PLANT BIOLOGY
    66. Honkanen, T; Haukioja, E
      Intra-plant regulation of growth and plant-herbivore interactions

      ECOSCIENCE
    67. RIBA M
      EFFECTS OF INTENSITY AND FREQUENCY OF CROWN DAMAGE ON RESPROUTING OF ERICA-ARBOREA L. (ERICACEAE)

      Acta oecologica
    68. Piola, F; Label, P; Vergne, P; von Aderkas, P; Rohr, R
      Effects of endogenous ABA levels and temperature on cedar (Cedrus libani Loudon) bud dormancy in vitro

      PLANT CELL REPORTS
    69. DIELEMAN JA; VERSTAPPEN FWA; KUIPER D
      BUD BREAK AND CYTOKININ CONCENTRATION IN BLEEDING SAP OF ROSA-HYBRIDAAS AFFECTED BY THE GENOTYPE OF THE ROOTSTOCK

      Journal of plant physiology
    70. House, S; Dieters, M; Johnson, M; Haines, R
      Inhibition of orthotropic replacement shoots with auxin treatment on decapitated hoop pine, Araucaria cunninghamii, for seed orchard management

      NEW FORESTS
    71. HOOKER TS; THORPE TA
      EFFECTS OF FLURIDONE AND ABSCISIC-ACID ON LATERAL ROOT INITIATION ANDROOT ELONGATION OF EXCISED TOMATO ROOTS CULTURED IN-VITRO

      Plant cell, tissue and organ culture
    72. Galoch, E; Zielinska, M; Burkacka-Laukajtys, E
      The effect of decapitation on the levels of IAA and ABA in the lateral buds of Betula pendula Roth.

      ACTA PHYSIOLOGIAE PLANTARUM
    73. SANGOI L; SALVADOR RJ
      EFFECT OF MAIZE PLANT DETASSELING ON GRAIN-YIELD, TOLERANCE TO HIGH PLANT-DENSITY AND DROUGHT STRESS

      Pesquisa agropecuaria brasileira (1977)
    74. RAMEAU C; DENOUE D; FRAVAL F; HAUROGNE K; JOSSERAND J; LAUCOU V; BATGE S; MURFET IC
      GENETIC-MAPPING IN PEA - 2 - IDENTIFICATION OF RAPD AND SCAR MARKERS LINKED TO GENES AFFECTING PLANT ARCHITECTURE

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    75. STAFSTROM JP; RIPLEY BD; DEVITT ML; DRAKE B
      DORMANCY-ASSOCIATED GENE-EXPRESSION IN PEA AXILLARY BUDS

      Planta
    76. SHIMIZU S; MORI H
      ANALYSIS OF CYCLES OF DORMANCY AND GROWTH IN PEA AXILLARY BUDS BASED ON MESSENGER-RNA ACCUMULATION PATTERNS OF CELL CYCLE-RELATED GENES

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    77. SHIMIZU S; MORI H
      CHANGES IN PROTEIN INTERACTIONS OF CELL CYCLE-RELATED GENES DURING THE DORMANCY-TO-GROWTH TRANSITION IN PEA AXILLARY BUDS

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    78. VANDERSALM TPM; BOUWER R; VANDIJK AJ; KEIZER LCP; TENCATE CHH; VANDERPLAS LHW; DONS JJM
      STIMULATION OF SCION BUD RELEASE BY ROL GENE TRANSFORMED ROOTSTOCKS OF ROSA-HYBRIDA L

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    79. MIGUEL LC; LONGNECKER NE; MA Q; OSBORNE L; ATKINS CA
      BRANCH DEVELOPMENT IN LUPINUS-ANGUSTIFOLIUS-L. - I - NOT ALL BRANCHESHAVE THE SAME POTENTIAL GROWTH-RATE

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    80. EMERY RJN; LONGNECKER NE; ATKINS CA
      BRANCH DEVELOPMENT IN LUPINUS-ANGUSTIFOLIUS-L. - II - RELATIONSHIP WITH ENDOGENOUS ABA, IAA AND CYTOKININS IN AXILLARY AND MAIN STEM BUDS

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    81. ALJUBOORY KH; WILLIAMS DJ; SKIRVIN RM; BULLOCK DG
      INFLUENCE OF PHOTOPERIOD, PHOTOSYNTHETIC PHOTON FLUX, AND TEMPERATUREON GROWTH OF CANARY ISLAND IVY

      HortScience
    82. MCINTYRE GI; CESSNA AJ
      STUDIES ON THE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE RHIZOME AND LATERAL RHIZOME BUDS IN ELYTRIGIA-REPENS - SOME EFFECTS OF PARENT SHOOT EXCISION

      Canadian journal of botany
    83. Fournioux, JC
      Foliar effects in the controlled development of anticipated buds of Vitis vinifera

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    84. Horvath, DP
      The role of specific plant organs and polar auxin transport in correlativeinhibition of leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula) root buds

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    85. Jouve, L; Charron, Y; Couderc, C; Greppin, H; Degli Agosti, R
      Dependence of Arabidopsis thaliana floral stem growth and architecture on photoperiod

      BIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    86. BATSON MG
      LENGTH OF RHIZOME AND DEPTH OF BURIAL AFFECTS THE REGENERATION OF BENT GRASS (AGROSTIS-CASTELLANA BOISS. ET REUTER)

      Australian Journal of Agricultural Research
    87. VENECZ JI; AARSSEN LW
      EFFECTS OF SHOOT APEX REMOVAL IN LYTHRUM-SALICARIA (LYTHRACEAE) - ASSESSING THE COSTS OF REPRODUCTION AND APICAL DOMINANCE

      Annales botanici Fennici
    88. NABER AC; AARSSEN LW
      EFFECTS OF SHOOT APEX REMOVAL AND FRUIT HERBIVORY ON BRANCHING, BIOMASS AND REPRODUCTION IN VERBASCUM-THAPSUS (SCROPHULARIACEAE)

      The American midland naturalist
    89. DONNELLY SE; LORTIE CJ; AARSSEN LW
      POLLINATION IN VERBASCUM-THAPSUS (SCROPHULARIACEAE) - THE ADVANTAGE OF BEING TALL

      American journal of botany
    90. Laman, NA; Putyrskii, IN; Rosolenko, SI
      A method for estimation of autonomous development of shoots in the cereal shrub

      DOKLADY AKADEMII NAUK BELARUSI
    91. COENEN C; LOMAX TL
      AUXIN-CYTOKININ INTERACTIONS IN HIGHER-PLANTS - OLD PROBLEMS AND NEW TOOLS

      Trends in plant science
    92. OWENS SA; EWERS FW
      EXPERIMENTALLY-INDUCED CHANGES IN BUD FATES IN CERCIS-CANADENSIS L. (FABACEAE)

      International journal of plant sciences
    93. FAISS M; ZALUBILOVA J; STRNAD M; SCHMULLING T
      CONDITIONAL TRANSGENIC EXPRESSION OF THE IPT GENE INDICATES A FUNCTION FOR CYTOKININS IN PARACRINE SIGNALING IN WHOLE TOBACCO PLANTS

      Plant journal
    94. BEVERIDGE CA; MURFET IC; KERHOAS L; SOTTA B; MIGINIAC E; RAMEAU C
      THE SHOOT CONTROLS ZEATIN RIBOSIDE EXPORT FROM PEA ROOTS - EVIDENCE FROM THE BRANCHING MUTANT RMS4

      Plant journal
    95. PELTONENSAINIO P; PELTONEN J
      BREAKING UNICULM GROWTH HABIT OF SPRING CEREALS AT HIGH-LATITUDES BY CROP MANAGEMENT .1. LEAF-AREA INDEX AND BIOMASS ACCUMULATION

      Journal of agronomy and crop science
    96. PELTONEN J; PELTONENSAINIO P
      BREAKING UNICULM GROWTH HABIT OF SPRING CEREALS AT HIGH-LATITUDES BY CROP MANAGEMENT .2. TILLERING, GRAIN-YIELD AND YIELD COMPONENTS

      Journal of agronomy and crop science
    97. ISHIKAWA K; KAMADA H; HARADA H
      ANOTHER EVIDENCE FOR INHIBITORY EFFECT OF AUXIN IN ADVENTITIOUS BUD FORMATION OF DECAPITATED FLAX (LINUM-USITATISSIMUM L.) SEEDLINGS

      Journal of plant research
    98. FOSTER KR; LEE IJ; PHARIS RP; MORGAN PW
      EFFECTS OF RING D-MODIFIED GIBBERELLINS ON GIBBERELLIN LEVELS AND DEVELOPMENT IN SELECTED SORGHUM-BICOLOR MATURITY GENOTYPES

      Journal of plant growth regulation
    99. MCINTYRE GI
      THE ROLE OF NITRATE IN THE OSMOTIC AND NUTRITIONAL CONTROL OF PLANT DEVELOPMENT

      Australian journal of plant physiology
    100. CHEN JG; ZHAO HY; ZHOU X; MAO LS; CHEN XX
      FLUCTUATION IN LEVELS OF ENDOGENOUS HORMONES AFTER DECAPITATION AND 6-BENZYL AMINO PURINE TREATMENT IN AZALEA, AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO APICAL DOMINANCE

      Scientia horticulturae


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