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    1. Ogawa, E; Matsuzawa, H; Iwahashi, M
      Conformational transition of gellan gum of sodium, lithium, and potassium types in aqueous solutions

      FOOD HYDROCOLLOIDS
    2. Cascone, MG; Barbani, N; Maltinti, S; Lazzeri, L
      Gellan/poly(vinyl alcohol) hydrogels: characterization and evaluation as delivery systems

      POLYMER INTERNATIONAL
    3. Karjalainen, H; Stefansdottir, G; Tuominen, L; Kairesalo, T
      Do submersed plants enhance microbial activity in sediment?

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    4. Videira, P; Fialho, A; Geremia, RA; Breton, C; Sa-Correia, I
      Biochemical characterization of the beta-1,4-glucuronosyltransferase GelK in the gellan gum-producing strain Sphingomonas paucimobilis ATCC 31461

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    5. van Ginkel, LC; Bowes, G; Reiskind, JB; Prins, HBA
      A CO2-flux mechanism operating via pH-polarity in Hydrilla verticillata leaves with C-3 and C-4 photosynthesis

      PHOTOSYNTHESIS RESEARCH
    6. Riis, T; Sand-Jensen, K
      Historical changes in species composition and richness accompanying perturbation and eutrophication of Danish lowland streams over 100 years

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    7. Strand, JA; Weisner, SEB
      Dynamics of submerged macrophyte populations in response to biomanipulation

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    8. Gross, EM; Johnson, RL; Hairston, NG
      Experimental evidence for changes in submersed macrophyte species composition caused by the herbivore Acentria ephemerella (Lepidoptera)

      OECOLOGIA
    9. West, TP; Fullenkamp, NA
      Effect of culture medium pH on bacterial gellan production

      MICROBIOS
    10. Annaka, M; Ogata, Y; Nakahira, T
      Swelling behavior of covalently cross-linked gellan gels

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B
    11. Thorne, L; Mikolajczak, MJ; Armentrout, RW; Pollock, TJ
      Increasing the yield and viscosity of exopolysaccharides secreted by Sphingomonas by augmentation of chromosomal genes with multiple copies of clonedbiosynthetic genes

      JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MICROBIOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLOGY
    12. Jampen, S; Britt, IJ; Tung, MA
      Gellan polymer solution properties: dilute and concentrated regimes

      FOOD RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL
    13. West, TP; Strohfus, B; Santiago, MF
      A colorimetric assay for gellan elaborated by Sphingomonas paucimobilis ATCC 31461

      WORLD JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLOGY
    14. Banik, RM; Kanari, B; Upadhyay, SN
      Exopolysaccharide of the gellan family: prospects and potential

      WORLD JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLOGY
    15. Vanderpoorten, A; Lambinon, J; Tignon, M
      Morphological and molecular evidence of the confusion between Elodea callitrichoides and E-nuttallii in Belgium and Northern France

      BELGIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    16. Giavasis, I; Harvey, LM; McNeil, B
      Gellan gum

      CRITICAL REVIEWS IN BIOTECHNOLOGY
    17. Rooney, N; Kalff, J
      Inter-annual variation in submerged macrophyte community biomass and distribution: the influence of temperature and lake morphometry

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    18. Kupper, H; Setlik, I; Trtilek, M; Nedbal, L
      A microscope for two-dimensional measurements of in vivo chlorophyll fluorescence kinetics using pulsed measuring radiation, continuous actinic radiation, and saturating flashes

      PHOTOSYNTHETICA
    19. Evageliou, V; Richardson, RK; Morris, ER
      Effect of pH, sugar type and thermal annealing on high-methoxy pectin gels

      CARBOHYDRATE POLYMERS
    20. Van Ginkel, LC; Schutz, I; Prins, HBA
      Elodea canadensis under N and CO2 limitation: Adaptive changes in Rubisco and PEPCase activity in a bicarbonate user

      PHYTON-ANNALES REI BOTANICAE
    21. Jones, IJ; Moss, B; Eaton, JW; Young, JO
      Do submerged aquatic plants influence periphyton community composition forthe benefit of invertebrate mutualists?

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    22. Lehtonen, J; Saari, J
      Illumination does not affect the membrane potential or the plasma membraneH+-ATPase activity in Micrasterias

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    23. West, TP; Fullenkamp, NA
      Ability of casamino acids to support gellan production by Sphingomonas paucimobilis ATCC 31461

      MICROBIOS
    24. Gao, JP; Garrison, AW; Hoehamer, C; Mazur, CS; Wolfe, NL
      Uptake and phytotransformation of o,p '-DDT and p,p '-DDT by axenically cultivated aquatic plants

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY
    25. West, TP; Strohfus, B
      Effect of carbon source on exopolysaccharide production by Sphingomonas paucimobilis ATCC 31461

      MICROBIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    26. Kedzierewicz, F; Lombry, C; Rios, R; Hoffman, M; Maincent, P
      Effect of the formulation on the in-vitro release of propranolol from gellan beads

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICS
    27. Omoto, T; Uno, Y; Asai, I
      The latest technologies for the application of gellan gum

      PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY AND INDUSTRIAL APPLICATION OF GELLAN GUM
    28. Hofstra, DE; Clayton, J; Green, JD; Auger, M
      Competitive performance of Hydrilla verticillata in New Zealand

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    29. Miyoshi, E; Nishinari, K
      Non-Newtonian flow behaviour of gellan gum aqueous solutions

      COLLOID AND POLYMER SCIENCE
    30. Masi, F; Martinuzzi, N; Loiselle, S; Peruzzi, P; Bacci, M
      The tertiary treatment pilot plant of PubliSer SpA (Florence, Tuscany): A multistage experience

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    31. Mazen, F; Milas, M; Rinaudo, M
      Conformational transition of native and modified gellan

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL MACROMOLECULES
    32. Rascio, N; Cuccato, F; Dalla Vecchia, F; La Rocca, N; Larcher, W
      Structural and functional features of the leaves of Ranunculus trichophyllus Chaix., a freshwater submerged macrophophyte

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    33. Fialho, AM; Martins, LO; Donval, ML; Leitao, JH; Ridout, MJ; Jay, AJ; Morris, VJ; Sa-Correia, I
      Structures and properties of gellan polymers produced by Sphingomonas paucimobilis ATCC 31461 from lactase compared with those produced from glucose and from cheese whey

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    34. Crum, SJH; van Kammen-Polman, AMM; Leistra, M
      Sorption of nine pesticides to three aquatic macrophytes

      ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY
    35. Forchhammer, NC
      Production potential of aquatic plants in systems mixing floating and submerged macrophytes

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    36. McCurdy, DW
      Is 2,3-butanedione monoxime an effective inhibitor of myosin-based activities in plant cells?

      PROTOPLASMA
    37. Zingarelli, L; Marre, MT; Massardi, F; Lado, P
      Effects of hyper-osmotic stress on K+ fluxes, H+ extrusion, transmembrane electric potential difference and comparison with the effects of fusicoccin

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    38. West, TP; Strohfus, B
      Influence of yeast extract on gellan production by Sphingomonas paucimobilis ATCC 31461

      MICROBIOS
    39. James, CS; Eaton, JW; Hardwick, K
      Competition between three submerged macrophytes, Elodea canadensis Michx, Elodea nuttallii (Planch.) St John and Lagarosiphon major (Ridl.) moss

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    40. Miyoshi, E; Takaya, T; Nishinari, K
      Effects of glucose, mannose and konjac glucomannan on the gel-sol transition in gellan gum aqueous solutions by rheology and DSC

      POLYMER GELS AND NETWORKS
    41. BARRATSEGRETAIN MH; BORNETTE G; HERINGVILASBOAS A
      COMPARATIVE ABILITIES OF VEGETATIVE REGENERATION AMONG AQUATIC PLANTSGROWING IN DISTURBED HABITATS

      Aquatic botany
    42. JAY AJ; COLQUHOUN IJ; RIDOUT MJ; BROWNSEY GJ; MORRIS VJ; FIALHO AM; LEITAO JH; SACORREIA I
      ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF GELLANS WITH DIFFERENT SUBSTITUTION PATTERNS

      Carbohydrate polymers
    43. ROMANI G; PALLINI S; BEFFAGNA N
      DOWN-REGULATION OF THE PLASMALEMMA H-INDUCED INTRACELLULAR ALKALINIZATION - A BALANCE BETWEEN BASE ACCUMULATION, BIOCHEMICAL PH-STAT RESPONSE AND INTRACELLULAR PH INCREASE( PUMP ACTIVITY BY NICOTINE)

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    44. WEST TP; STROHFUS B
      EFFECT OF COMPLEX NITROGEN-SOURCES UPON GELLAN PRODUCTION BY SPHINGOMONAS-PAUCIMOBILIS ATCC-31461

      Microbios
    45. Pieczynska, E; Kolodziejczyk, A; Rybak, JI
      The responses of littoral invertebrates to eutrophication-linked changes in plant communities

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    46. VANGINKEL LC; PRINS HBA
      BICARBONATE UTILIZATION AND PH POLARITY - THE RESPONSE OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC ELECTRON-TRANSPORT TO CARBON LIMITATION IN POTAMOGETON LUCENS LEAVES

      Canadian journal of botany
    47. MILLER MW; BRAYMAN AA; ABRAMOWICZ JS
      OBSTETRIC ULTRASONOGRAPHY - A BIOPHYSICAL CONSIDERATION OF PATIENT SAFETY - THE RULES HAVE CHANGED

      American journal of obstetrics and gynecology
    48. MAUREL C
      AQUAPORINS AND WATER PERMEABILITY OF PLANT MEMBRANES

      Annual review of plant physiology and plant molecular biology
    49. YUGUCHI Y; URAKAWA H; KAJIWARA K
      STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CROSS-LINKING DOMAIN IN GELLAN GUM GEL

      Macromolecular symposia
    50. TAKO M; HANASHIRO I
      EVIDENCE FOR A CONFORMATIONAL TRANSITION IN CURDLAN

      Polymer gels and networks
    51. MILLER MW; BRAYMAN AA
      BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF ULTRASOUND - THE PERCEIVED SAFETY OF DIAGNOSTICULTRASOUND WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF ULTRASOUND BIOPHYSICS - A PERSONAL PERSPECTIVE

      Echocardiography
    52. CARR GM; DUTHIE HC; TAYLOR WD
      MODELS OF AQUATIC PLANT PRODUCTIVITY - A REVIEW OF THE FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE GROWTH

      Aquatic botany
    53. ADAMEC L
      PHOTOSYNTHETIC CHARACTERISTICS OF THE AQUATIC CARNIVOROUS PLANT ALDROVANDA-VESICULOSA

      Aquatic botany
    54. DAVIS JF; MCDONNELL AJ
      DEVELOPMENT OF A PARTITIONED-BIOMASS MODEL FOR ROOTED MACROPHYTE GROWTH

      Aquatic botany
    55. RYBOVA R; NESPURKOVARAUFEROVA L; LAZAROVAMATOUSKOVA J; JANACEK K
      SALICYLHYDROXAMIC-ACID-STIMULATED CHLORIDE TRANSPORT IN HYDRODICTYON RETICULATUM

      Journal of plant physiology
    56. CAMPANA SP; REGIANI A; FROLLINI E
      ON THE STIFFNESS OF THE WELAN CHAIN

      Polymer bulletin
    57. REISKIND JB; MADSEN TV; VANGINKEL LC; BOWES G
      EVIDENCE THAT INDUCIBLE C-4-TYPE PHOTOSYNTHESIS IS A CHLOROPLASTIC CO2-CONCENTRATING MECHANISM IN HYDRILLA, A SUBMERSED MONOCOT

      Plant, cell and environment
    58. BEFFAGNA N; ROMANI G; MERAVIGLIA G; PALLINI S
      EFFECTS OF ABSCISIC-ACID AND CYTOPLASMIC PH ON POTASSIUM AND CHLORIDEEFFLUX IN ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA SEEDLINGS

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    59. MILLER RJ; DEATH RG
      SEASONAL AND SPATIAL DYNAMICS IN THE PHYTOMACROFAUNAL COMMUNITY OF LAKE HENLEY, NEW-ZEALAND

      New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research
    60. WELLS RDS; DEWINTON MD; CLAYTON JS
      SUCCESSIVE MACROPHYTE INVASIONS WITHIN THE SUBMERGED FLORA OF LAKE TARAWERA, CENTRAL NORTH-ISLAND, NEW-ZEALAND

      New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research
    61. MCINTIRE TM; BRANT DA
      IMAGING OF INDIVIDUAL BIOPOLYMERS AND SUPRAMOLECULAR ASSEMBLIES USINGNONCONTACT ATOMIC-FORCE MICROSCOPY

      Biopolymers
    62. ADAMEC L
      RELATIONS BETWEEN K+ UPTAKE AND PHOTOSYNTHETIC UPTAKE OF INORGANIC CARBON BY AQUATIC PLANTS

      Biologia plantarum
    63. SUTHERLAND IW
      MICROBIAL BIOPOLYMERS FROM AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS - PRODUCTION AND POTENTIAL

      International biodeterioration & biodegradation
    64. BAUR M; MEYER AJ; HEUMANN HG; LUTZELSCHWAB M; MICHALKE W
      DISTRIBUTION OF PLASMA-MEMBRANE H-ATPASE AND POLAR CURRENT PATTERNS IN LEAVES AND STEMS OF ELODEA-CANADENSIS()

      Botanica acta
    65. MARTINS LO; FIALHO AM; RODRIGUES PL; SACORREIA I
      GELLAN GUM PRODUCTION AND ACTIVITY OF BIOSYNTHETIC-ENZYMES IN SPHINGOMONAS-PAUCIMOBILIS MUCOID AND NON-MUCOID VARIANTS

      Biotechnology and applied biochemistry
    66. BRAYMAN AA; AZADNIV M; COX C; MILLER MW
      HEMOLYSIS OF ALBUNEX-SUPPLEMENTED, 40-PERCENT HEMATOCRIT HUMAN ERYTHROCYTES IN-VITRO BY 1-MHZ PULSED ULTRASOUND - ACOUSTIC PRESSURE AND PULSE LENGTH DEPENDENCE

      Ultrasound in medicine & biology
    67. MERAVIGLIA G; ROMANI G; BEFFAGNA N
      THE CHL1 ARABIDOPSIS MUTANT IMPAIRED IN THE NITRATE-INDUCIBLE NO3- TRANSPORTER HAS AN ACIDIC INTRACELLULAR PH IN THE ABSENCE OF NITRATE

      Journal of plant physiology
    68. HELSEL DR; GERBER DT; ENGEL S
      COMPARING SPRING TREATMENTS OF 2,4-D WITH BOTTOM FABRICS TO CONTROL ANEW INFESTATION OF EURASIAN WATERMILFOIL

      Journal of aquatic plant management
    69. YUGUCHI Y; MIMURA M; URAKAWA H; KITAMURA S; OHNO S; KAJIWARA K
      SMALL-ANGLE X-RAY CHARACTERIZATION OF GELLAN GUM CONTAINING A HIGH CONTENT OF SODIUM IN AQUEOUS-SOLUTION

      Carbohydrate polymers
    70. MIYOSHI E; TAKAYA T; NISHINARI K
      RHEOLOGICAL AND THERMAL STUDIES OF GEL-SOL TRANSITION IN GELLAN GUM AQUEOUS-SOLUTIONS

      Carbohydrate polymers
    71. IZUMI Y; KIKUTA N; SAKAI K; TAKEZAWA H
      PHASE-DIAGRAMS AND MOLECULAR-STRUCTURES OF SODIUM-SALT TYPE GELLAN GUM

      Carbohydrate polymers
    72. OHTSUKA A; WATANABE T
      THE NETWORK STRUCTURE OF GELLAN GUM HYDROGELS BASED ON THE STRUCTURALPARAMETERS BY THE ANALYSIS OF THE RESTRICTED DIFFUSION OF WATER

      Carbohydrate polymers
    73. MORRIS ER; GOTHARD MGE; HEMBER MWN; MANNING CE; ROBINSON G
      CONFORMATIONAL AND RHEOLOGICAL TRANSITIONS OF WELAN, RHAMSAN AND ACYLATED GELLAN

      Carbohydrate polymers
    74. NISHINARI K; MIYOSHI E; TAKAYA T; WILLIAMS PA
      RHEOLOGICAL AND DSC STUDIES ON THE INTERACTION BETWEEN GELLAN GUM ANDKONJAC GLUCOMANNAN

      Carbohydrate polymers
    75. ALHAIQUE F; SANTUCCI E; CARAFA M; COVIELLO T; MURTAS E; RICCIERI FM
      GELLAN IN SUSTAINED-RELEASE FORMULATIONS - PREPARATION OF GEL CAPSULES AND RELEASE STUDIES

      Biomaterials
    76. KANG JY; GOULDER R
      EPIPHYTIC BACTERIA DOWNSTREAM OF SEWAGE-WORKS OUTFALLS

      Water research
    77. BARRATSEGRETAIN MH
      STRATEGIES OF REPRODUCTION, DISPERSION, AND COMPETITION IN RIVER PLANTS - A REVIEW

      Vegetatio
    78. ROMANI G; BEFFAGNA N; MERAVIGLIA G
      ROLE FOR THE VACUOLAR H-ATPASE IN REGULATING THE CYTOPLASMIC PH - AN IN-VIVO STUDY CARRIED OUT IN CHL1, AN ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA MUTANT IMPAIRED IN NO3- TRANSPORT()

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    79. GUNNING AP; KIRBY AR; RIDOUT MJ; BROWNSEY GJ; MORRIS VJ
      INVESTIGATION OF GELLAN NETWORKS AND GELS BY ATOMIC-FORCE MICROSCOPY

      Macromolecules
    80. OGAWA E
      CONFORMATIONAL TRANSITION OF POLYSACCHARIDE SODIUM-GELLAN GUM IN AQUEOUS-SOLUTIONS

      Macromolecules
    81. BUSCHMANN P; SACK H; KOHLER AE; DAHSE I
      MODELING PLASMALEMMA ION-TRANSPORT OF THE AQUATIC PLANT EGERIA-DENSA

      The Journal of membrane biology
    82. MIEDEMA H; STAAL H; PRINS HBA
      PH-INDUCED PROTON PERMEABILITY CHANGES OF PLASMA-MEMBRANE VESICLES

      The Journal of membrane biology
    83. MIYOSHI E; TAKAYA T; WILLIAMS PA; NISHINARI K
      EFFECTS OF SODIUM-CHLORIDE AND CALCIUM-CHLORIDE ON THE INTERACTION BETWEEN GELLAN GUM AND KONJAC GLUCOMANNAN

      Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
    84. JANES RA; EATON JW; HARDWICK K
      THE EFFECTS OF FLOATING MATS OF AZOLLA-FILICULOIDES LAM AND LEMNA-MINUTA KUNTH ON THE GROWTH OF SUBMERGED MACROPHYTES

      Hydrobiologia
    85. ABERNETHY VJ; SABBATINI MR; MURPHY KJ
      RESPONSE OF ELODEA-CANADENSIS MICHX AND MYRIOPHYLLUM-SPICATUM L TO SHADE, CUTTING AND COMPETITION IN EXPERIMENTAL CULTURE

      Hydrobiologia
    86. KORNIJOW R
      CUMULATIVE CONSUMPTION OF THE LAKE MACROPHYTE ELODEA BY ABUNDANT GENERALIST INVERTEBRATE HERBIVORES

      Hydrobiologia
    87. ARNDT ER; STEVENS ES
      VACUUM-ULTRAVIOLET CIRCULAR-DICHROISM OF GELLAN-FAMILY POLYMER-FILMS FROM WATER AND DIMETHYL-SULFOXIDE

      Carbohydrate research
    88. VARTAK NB; LIN CC; CLEARY JM; FAGAN MJ; SAIER MH
      GLUCOSE-METABOLISM IN SPHINGOMONAS-ELODEA - PATHWAY ENGINEERING VIA CONSTRUCTION OF A GLUCOSE-6-PHOSPHATE-DEHYDROGENASE INSERTION MUTANT

      Microbiology
    89. TARMANOWSKA A
      LABORATORY STUDIES ON THE INFLUENCE OF LIVING AND DECOMPOSING FILAMENTOUS ALGAE ON THE GROWTH OF ELODEA-CANADENSIS MICHX

      Acta botanica gallica
    90. ROBACH F; HAJNSEK I; EGLIN I; TREMOLIERES M
      PHOSPHORUS SOURCES FOR AQUATIC MACROPHYTES IN RUNNING WATERS - WATER OR SEDIMENT

      Acta botanica gallica
    91. ROLLAND T; TREMOLIERES M
      THE ROLE OF AMMONIUM NITROGEN IN THE DISTRIBUTION OF 2 SPECIES OF ELODEA

      Acta botanica gallica
    92. MIYOSHI E; TAKAYA T; NISHINARI K
      GEL-SOL TRANSITION IN GELLAN AQUEOUS-SOLUTIONS

      Macromolecular symposia
    93. BEFFAGNA N; ROMANI G; GATTI L
      CHANGES IN CHLORIDE FLUXES AND CYTOSOLIC PH INDUCED BY ABSCISIC-ACID IN ELODEA-DENSA LEAVES

      Botanica acta
    94. CHANDRASEKARAN R; RADHA A
      MOLECULAR ARCHITECTURES AND FUNCTIONAL-PROPERTIES OF GELLAN GUM AND RELATED POLYSACCHARIDES

      Trends in food science & technology
    95. KAWAGUCHI K; SATOMI K; YOKOYAMA M; ISHIDA Y
      STRUCTURAL STUDIES ON AN EXTRACELLULAR POLYSACCHARIDE PRODUCED BY A BACTERIUM KLEBSIELLA SP ISOLATED FROM RIVER WATER

      Fisheries science
    96. MORRIS VJ; TSIAMI A; BROWNSEY GJ
      WORK-HARDENING EFFECTS IN GELLAN GUM GELS

      Journal of carbohydrate chemistry
    97. TAYLOR BR; HELWIG J
      SUBMERGENT MACROPHYTES IN A COOLING POND IN ALBERTA, CANADA

      Aquatic botany
    98. SHERKAUL S; OERTLI B; CASTELLA E; LACHAVANNE JB
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BIOMASS AND SURFACE-AREA OF 6 SUBMERGED AQUATIC PLANT-SPECIES

      Aquatic botany
    99. DALECKI D; RAEMAN CH; CHILD SZ; CARSTENSEN EL
      THRESHOLDS FOR INTESTINAL HEMORRHAGE IN MICE EXPOSED TO A PIEZOELECTRIC LITHOTRIPTER

      Ultrasound in medicine & biology
    100. DALECKI D; RAEMAN CH; CHILD SZ; CARSTENSEN EL
      INTESTINAL HEMORRHAGE FROM EXPOSURE TO PULSED ULTRASOUND

      Ultrasound in medicine & biology


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