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    1. Kuzyakov, YV
      Tracer studies of carbon translocation by plants from the atmosphere into the soil (A review)

      EURASIAN SOIL SCIENCE
    2. Woo, HR; Chung, KM; Park, JH; Oh, SA; Ahn, T; Hong, SH; Jang, SK; Nam, HG
      ORE9, an F-box protein that regulates leaf senescence in Arabidopsis

      PLANT CELL
    3. Prakash, JSS; Baig, MA; Mohanty, P
      Differential changes in the steady state levels of thylakoid membrane proteins during senescence in Cucumis sativus cotyledons

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR NATURFORSCHUNG C-A JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCES
    4. Reidy, B; McQueen-Mason, S; Nosberger, J; Fleming, A
      Differential expression of alpha- and beta-expansin genes in the elongating leaf of Festuca pratensis

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    5. Virkajarvi, P; Jarvenranta, K
      Leaf dynamics of timothy and meadow fescue under Nordic conditions

      GRASS AND FORAGE SCIENCE
    6. Craven, KD; Blankenship, JD; Leuchtmann, A; Hignight, K; Schardl, CL
      Hybrid fungal endophytes symbiotic with the grass Lolium pratense

      SYDOWIA
    7. Thomas, H; Ougham, H; Hortensteiner, S
      Recent advances in the cell biology of chlorophyll catabolism

      ADVANCES IN BOTANICAL RESEARCH, VOL 35
    8. Blankenship, JD; Spiering, MJ; Wilkinson, HH; Fannin, FF; Bush, LP; Schardl, CL
      Production of loline alkaloids by the grass endophyte, Neotyphodium uncinatum, in defined media

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    9. Bausenwein, U; Millard, P; Raven, JA
      Remobilized old-leaf nitrogen predominates for spring growth in two temperate grasses

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    10. Reidy, B; Nosberger, J; Fleming, A
      Differential expression of XET-related genes in the leaf elongation zone of F-pratensis

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    11. Lesniewska, A; Ponitka, A; Slusarkiewicz-Jarzina, A; Zwierzykowska, E; Zwierzykowski, Z; James, AR; Thomas, H; Humphreys, MW
      Androgenesis from Festuca pratensis x Lolium multiflorum amphidiploid cultivars in order to select and stabilize rare gene combinations for grass breeding

      HEREDITY
    12. Kuzyakov, Y; Domanski, G
      Carbon input by plants into the soil. Review

      JOURNAL OF PLANT NUTRITION AND SOIL SCIENCE-ZEITSCHRIFT FUR PFLANZENERNAHRUNG UND BODENKUNDE
    13. Bakken, AK; Gautneb, H; Sveistrup, T; Myhr, K
      Crushed rocks and mine tailings applied as K fertilizers on grassland

      NUTRIENT CYCLING IN AGROECOSYSTEMS
    14. Gavrovic-Jankulovic, M; Cirkovic, T; Bukilica, M; Fahlbusch, B; Petrovic, S; Jankov, RM
      Isolation and partial characterization of Fes p 4 allergen

      JOURNAL OF INVESTIGATIONAL ALLERGOLOGY & CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    15. Plazek, A; Skrzypek, E; Zur, I
      The change of heat emission and phenolic compound level in Hordeum vulgare(L.) and Festuca pratensis (Huds.) calli treated with Bipolaris sorokiniana (Sacc.) shoem. phytotoxins

      JOURNAL OF AGRONOMY AND CROP SCIENCE-ZEITSCHRIFT FUR ACKER UND PFLANZENBAU
    16. Bonesmo, H
      Regrowth rates of Timothy and meadow fescue as related to the content of remaining water-soluble carbohydrates and non-elongated tillers

      ACTA AGRICULTURAE SCANDINAVICA SECTION B-SOIL AND PLANT SCIENCE
    17. Matile, P
      Biochemistry of Indian summer: physiology of autumnal leaf coloration

      EXPERIMENTAL GERONTOLOGY
    18. Plazek, A; Rapacz, M; Skoczowski, A
      Effects of ozone fumigation on photosynthesis and membrane permeability inleaves of spring barley, meadow fescue, and winter rape

      PHOTOSYNTHETICA
    19. Hortensteiner, S; Chinner, J; Matile, P; Thomas, H; Donnison, IS
      Chlorophyll breakdown in Chlorella protothecoides: characterization of degreening and cloning of degreening-related genes

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    20. Sindhoj, E; Hansson, AC; Andren, O; Katterer, T; Marissink, M; Pettersson, R
      Root dynamics in a semi-natural grassland in relation to atmospheric carbon dioxide enrichment, soil water and shoot biomass

      PLANT AND SOIL
    21. Thomas, H; Thomas, HM; Ougham, H
      Annuality, perenniality and cell death

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    22. Thomas, H; Howarth, CJ
      Five ways to stay green

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    23. Casler, MD; van Santen, E
      Patterns of variation in a collection of meadow fescue accessions

      CROP SCIENCE
    24. Jenkins, G; Head, J; Forster, JW
      Probing meiosis in hybrids of Lolium (Poaceae) with a discriminatory repetitive genomic sequence

      CHROMOSOMA
    25. Hortensteiner, S
      Chlorophyll breakdown in higher plants and algae

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
    26. Hakala, K; Helio, R; Tuhkanen, E; Kaukoranta, T
      Photosynthesis and Rubisco kinetics in spying wheat and meadow fescue under conditions of simulated climate change with elevated CO2 and increased temperatures

      AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD SCIENCE IN FINLAND
    27. Matile, P; Hortensteiner, S
      Chlorophyll degradation

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    28. Zimmermann, M; Nosberger, J
      Effect of management intensities and sward structures on dry-matter production of meadow fescue (Festuca pratensis Huds.) in permanent grassland

      JOURNAL OF AGRONOMY AND CROP SCIENCE-ZEITSCHRIFT FUR ACKER UND PFLANZENBAU
    29. Zurek, G
      Effect of seed storage on germplasm integrity of meadow fescue (Festuca pratensis Huds.)

      GENETIC RESOURCES AND CROP EVOLUTION
    30. Bonesmo, H; Skjelvag, AO
      Regrowth rates of timothy and meadow fescue cut at five phenological stages

      ACTA AGRICULTURAE SCANDINAVICA SECTION B-SOIL AND PLANT SCIENCE
    31. Bonesmo, H
      Modelling spring growth of timothy and meadow fescue by an expolinear growth equation

      ACTA AGRICULTURAE SCANDINAVICA SECTION B-SOIL AND PLANT SCIENCE
    32. Paterson, E; Sim, A
      Rhizodeposition and C-partitioning of Lolium perenne in axenic culture affected by nitrogen supply and defoliation

      PLANT AND SOIL
    33. Carlen, C; Kolliker, R; Nosberger, J
      Dry matter allocation and nitrogen productivity explain growth responses to photoperiod and temperature in forage grasses

      OECOLOGIA
    34. 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
    35. Akhtar, MS; Goldschmidt, EE; John, I; Rodoni, S; Matile, P; Grierson, D
      Altered patterns of senescence and ripening in gf, a stay-green mutant of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.)

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    36. Kolliker, R; Stadelmann, FJ; Reidy, B; Nosberger, J
      Genetic variability of forage grass cultivars: A comparison of Festuca pratensis Huds., Lolium perenne L., and Dactylis glomerata L.

      EUPHYTICA
    37. KOLLIKER R; STADELMANN FJ; REIDY B; NOSBERGER J
      FERTILIZATION AND DEFOLIATION FREQUENCY AFFECT GENETIC DIVERSITY OF FESTUCA-PRATENSIS HUDS. IN PERMANENT GRASSLANDS

      Molecular ecology
    38. HAUGLAND E; HOLEN B; SKUTERUD R
      YIELD, FORAGE QUALITY AND HERBICIDE RESIDUES OF 4 GRASS SPECIES AFTERSPRING APPLICATION OF MCPA AND DICHLORPROP

      Acta agriculturae Scandinavica. Section B, Soil and plant science
    39. RODONI S; SCHELLENBERG M; MATILE P
      CHLOROPHYLL BREAKDOWN IN SENESCING BARLEY LEAVES AS CORRELATED WITH PHAEOPHORBIDE A OXYGENASE ACTIVITY

      Journal of plant physiology
    40. CHEN C; SLEPER DA; JOHAL GS
      COMPARATIVE RFLP MAPPING OF MEADOW AND TALL FESCUE

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    41. BAKKEN AK; MACDUFF JH; COLLISON M
      DYNAMICS OF NITROGEN REMOBILIZATION IN DEFOLIATED PHLEUM-PRATENSE ANDFESTUCA-PRATENSIS UNDER SHORT AND LONG PHOTOPERIODS

      Physiologia Plantarum
    42. FANG ZY; BOUWKAMP JC; SOLOMOS T
      CHLOROPHYLLASE ACTIVITIES AND CHLOROPHYLL DEGRADATION DURING LEAF SENESCENCE IN NONYELLOWING MUTANT AND WILD-TYPE OF PHASEOLUS-VULGARIS-L

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    43. JIANG CZ; RODERMEL SR; SHIBLES RM
      REGULATION OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN DEVELOPING LEAVES OF SOYBEAN CHLOROPHYLL-DEFICIENT MUTANTS

      Photosynthesis research
    44. HAUCK B; GAY AP; MACDUFF J; GRIFFITHS CM; THOMAS H
      LEAF SENESCENCE IN A NONYELLOWING MUTANT OF FESTUCA-PRATENSIS - IMPLICATIONS OF THE STAY-GREEN MUTATION FOR PHOTOSYNTHESIS, GROWTH AND NITROGEN NUTRITION

      Plant, cell and environment
    45. KINGSTONSMITH AH; THOMAS H; FOYER CH
      CHLOROPHYLL-A FLUORESCENCE, ENZYME AND ANTIOXIDANT ANALYSES PROVIDE EVIDENCE FOR THE OPERATION OF ALTERNATIVE ELECTRON SINKS DURING LEAF SENESCENCE IN A STAY-GREEN MUTANT OF FESTUCA-PRATENSIS

      Plant, cell and environment
    46. MATILE P; SCHELLENBERG M; VICENTINI F
      LOCALIZATION OF CHLOROPHYLLASE IN THE CHLOROPLAST ENVELOPE

      Planta
    47. JUSTUS M; WITTE L; HARTMANN T
      LEVELS AND TISSUE DISTRIBUTION OF LOLINE ALKALOIDS IN ENDOPHYTE-INFECTED FESTUCA-PRATENSIS

      Phytochemistry
    48. THOMAS H; EVANS C; THOMAS HM; HUMPHREYS MW; MORGAN G; HAUCK B; DONNISON I
      INTROGRESSION, TAGGING AND EXPRESSION OF A LEAF SENESCENCE GENE IN FESTULOLIUM

      New phytologist
    49. THOMAS H
      TANSLEY-REVIEW-NO-92 - CHLOROPHYLL - A SYMPTOM AND A REGULATOR OF PLASTID DEVELOPMENT

      New phytologist
    50. BAKKEN AK; MACDUFF J; HUMPHREYS M; RAISTRICK N
      A STAY-GREEN MUTATION OF LOLIUM-PERENNE AFFECTS NO3- UPTAKE AND TRANSLOCATION OF N DURING PROLONGED N STARVATION

      New phytologist
    51. MALINOWSKI D; LEUCHTMANN A; SCHMIDT D; NOSBERGER J
      SYMBIOSIS WITH NEOTYPHODIUM-UNCINATUM ENDOPHYTE MAY INCREASE THE COMPETITIVE ABILITY OF MEADOW FESCUE

      Agronomy journal
    52. HAKALA K; MELA T
      THE EFFECTS OF PROLONGED EXPOSURE TO ELEVATED-TEMPERATURES AND ELEVATED CO2 LEVELS ON THE GROWTH, YIELD AND DRY-MATTER PARTITIONING OF FIELD-SOWN MEADOW FESCUE

      Agricultural and food science in Finland
    53. GOSSAUER A; ENGEL N
      CHLOROPHYLL CATABOLISM - STRUCTURES, MECHANISMS, CONVERSIONS

      Journal of photochemistry and photobiology.B, Biology
    54. JACKOWSKI G
      SENESCENCE-RELATED CHANGES IN THE SUBCOMPLEX ARRANGEMENT OF THE MAJORLIGHT-HARVESTING CHLOROPHYLL A B-PROTEIN COMPLEX OF PHOTOSYSTEM-II (LHCCII) AS INFLUENCED BY CYTOKININ/

      Zeitschrift fur Naturforschung. C, A journal of biosciences
    55. CHORLTON KH; THOMAS ID; BOWEN DW; BULINSKARADMOSKA Z; GORSKI M
      A FORAGE GRASS AND SMALL-GRAIN LEGUME PLANT COLLECTING EXPEDITION IN SOUTH EAST POLAND, 1990

      Genetic resources and crop evolution
    56. HEATON JW; MARANGONI AG
      CHLOROPHYLL DEGRADATION IN PROCESSED FOODS AND SENESCENT PLANT-TISSUES

      Trends in food science & technology
    57. OH SA; LEE SY; CHUNG IK; LEE CH; NAM HG
      A SENESCENCE-ASSOCIATED GENE OF ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA IS DISTINCTIVELYREGULATED DURING NATURAL AND ARTIFICIALLY INDUCED LEAF SENESCENCE

      Plant molecular biology
    58. MATILE P; HORTENSTEINER S; THOMAS H; KRAUTLER B
      CHLOROPHYLL BREAKDOWN IN SENESCENT LEAVES

      Plant physiology
    59. MORRIS K; THOMAS H; ROGERS LJ
      ENDOPEPTIDASES DURING THE DEVELOPMENT AND SENESCENCE OF LOLIUM-TEMULENTUM LEAVES

      Phytochemistry
    60. GUIAMET JJ; GIANNIBELLI MC
      NUCLEAR AND CYTOPLASMIC STAY-GREEN MUTATIONS OF SOYBEAN ALTER THE LOSS OF LEAF SOLUBLE-PROTEINS DURING SENESCENCE

      Physiologia Plantarum
    61. THOMAS H; DEVILLIERS L
      GENE-EXPRESSION IN LEAVES OF ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA INDUCED TO SENESCE BY NUTRIENT DEPRIVATION

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    62. THOMAS H; DALTON SJ; EVANS C; CHORLTON KH; THOMAS ID
      EVALUATING DROUGHT RESISTANCE IN GERMPLASM OF MEADOW FESCUE

      Euphytica
    63. BISWAL B
      CAROTENOID CATABOLISM DURING LEAF SENESCENCE AND ITS CONTROL BY LIGHT

      Journal of photochemistry and photobiology.B, Biology
    64. RASKINA OM; RODIONOV AV; SMIRNOV AF
      THE CHROMOSOMES OF FESTUCA-PRATENSIS HUDS (POACEAE) - FLUOROCHROME BANDING, HETEROCHROMATIN AND CONDENSATION

      Chromosome research
    65. JOHN I; DRAKE R; FARRELL A; COOPER W; LEE P; HORTON P; GRIERSON D
      DELAYED LEAF SENESCENCE IN ETHYLENE-DEFICIENT ACC-OXIDASE ANTISENSE TOMATO PLANTS - MOLECULAR AND PHYSIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS

      Plant journal
    66. KONAREV AV; VVEDENSKAYA IO; NASONOVA EA; PERCHUK IN
      USE OF PROLAMINE POLYMORPHISM IN STUDYING GENETIC-RESOURCES OF FORAGEGRASSES

      Genetic resources and crop evolution
    67. NISSINEN O; HAKKOLA H
      EFFECTS OF PLANT-SPECIES AND HARVESTING SYSTEM ON GRASSLAND PRODUCTION IN NORTHERN FINLAND

      Agricultural science in Finland
    68. SCHELLENBERG M; MATILE P
      ASSOCIATION OF COMPONENTS OF THE CHLOROPHYLL CATABOLIC SYSTEM WITH PIGMENT-PROTEIN COMPLEXES FROM SOLUBILIZED CHLOROPLAST MEMBRANES

      Journal of plant physiology
    69. JIANG CZ; RODERMEL SR
      REGULATION OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS DURING LEAF DEVELOPMENT IN RBCS ANTISENSE DNA MUTANTS OF TOBACCO

      Plant physiology
    70. CHAO WS; LIU V; THOMSON WW; PLATT K; WALLING LL
      IMPACT OF CHLOROPHYLL-RETENTION MUTATIONS, D1D2 AND CYT-G1, DURING EMBRYOGENY IN SOYBEAN

      Plant physiology
    71. VICENTINI F; HORTENSTEINER S; SCHELLENBERG M; THOMAS H; MATILE P
      CHLOROPHYLL BREAKDOWN IN SENESCENT LEAVES - IDENTIFICATION OF THE BIOCHEMICAL LESION IN A STAY-GREEN GENOTYPE OF FESTUCA-PRATENSIS HUDS

      New phytologist
    72. HUMPHREYS MW; THOMAS HM; MORGAN WG; MEREDITH MR; HARPER JA; THOMAS H; ZWIERZYKOWSKI Z; GHESQUIERE M
      DISCRIMINATING THE ANCESTRAL PROGENITORS OF HEXAPLOID FESTUCA-ARUNDINACEA USING GENOMIC IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION

      Heredity
    73. EMBRY JL; NOTHNAGEL EA
      PHOTOSYNTHETIC LIGHT-HARVESTING DURING LEAF SENESCENCE IN PANICUM-MILIACEUM

      PLANT SCIENCE
    74. KIANG AS; CONNOLLY V; MCCONNELL DJ; KAVANAGH TA
      PATERNAL INHERITANCE OF MITOCHONDRIA AND CHLOROPLASTS IN FESTUCA-PRATENSIS LOLIUM-PERENNE INTERGENERIC HYBRIDS

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    75. HUKMANI P; TRIPATHY BC
      CHLOROPHYLL BIOSYNTHETIC REACTIONS DURING SENESCENCE OF EXCISED BARLEY (HORDEUM-VULGARE L CV IB-65) LEAVES

      Plant physiology
    76. MEHARG AA
      A CRITICAL-REVIEW OF LABELING TECHNIQUES USED TO QUANTIFY RHIZOSPHERECARBON-FLOW

      Plant and soil
    77. ZAGAL E
      CARBON DISTRIBUTION AND NITROGEN PARTITIONING IN A SOIL-PLANT SYSTEM WITH BARLEY (HORDEUM-VULGARE L), RYEGRASS (LOLIUM-PERENNE) AND RAPE (BRASSICA-NAPUS L) GROWN IN A (CO2)-C-14 ATMOSPHERE

      Plant and soil
    78. BISWAL B; ROGERS LJ; SMITH AJ; THOMAS H
      CAROTENOID COMPOSITION AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO CHLOROPHYLL AND D1 PROTEIN DURING LEAF DEVELOPMENT IN A NORMALLY SENESCING CULTIVAR AND A STAY-GREEN MUTANT OF FESTUCA-PRATENSIS

      Phytochemistry
    79. GUIAMET JJ; GIANNIBELLI MC
      INHIBITION OF THE DEGRADATION OF CHLOROPLAST MEMBRANES DURING SENESCENCE IN NUCLEAR STAY GREEN MUTANTS OF SOYBEAN

      Physiologia Plantarum
    80. JORDI W; POT CS; STOOPEN GM; SCHAPENDONK AHCM
      EFFECT OF LIGHT AND GIBBERELLIC-ACID ON PHOTOSYNTHESIS DURING LEAF SENESCENCE OF ALSTROEMERIA CUT FLOWERS

      Physiologia Plantarum
    81. BACHMANN A; FERNANDEZLOPEZ J; GINSBURG S; THOMAS H; BOUWKAMP JC; SOLOMOS T; MATILE P
      STAY-GREEN GENOTYPES OF PHASEOLUS-VULGARIS L - CHLOROPLAST PROTEINS AND CHLOROPHYLL CATABOLITES DURING FOLIAR SENESCENCE

      New phytologist
    82. SMART CM
      GENE-EXPRESSION DURING LEAF SENESCENCE

      New phytologist
    83. GAY AP; HAUCK B
      ACCLIMATION OF LOLIUM-TEMULENTUM TO ENHANCED CARBON-DIOXIDE CONCENTRATION

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    84. FERGUSON DL; ALKHATIB K; GUIKEMA JA; PAULSEN GM
      DEGRADATION OF PROTEINS FROM THYLAKOID MEMBRANES IN SENESCING WHEAT LEAVES AT HIGH-TEMPERATURE

      Plant, cell and environment
    85. CUELLO J; LAHORA A
      CHLOROPHYLL DEGRADATION BY FREE-RADICALS DERIVED FROM LINOLENIC ACID IN INCUBATED BARLEY THYLAKOIDS

      Acta botanica neerlandica
    86. MAE T; THOMAS H; GAY AP; MAKINO A; HIDEMA J
      LEAF DEVELOPMENT IN LOLIUM-TEMULENTUM - PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND PHOTOSYNTHETIC PROTEINS IN LEAVES SENESCING UNDER DIFFERENT IRRADIANCES

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    87. HUMPHREYS MW; THOROGOOD D
      DISTURBED MENDELIAN SEGREGATIONS AT ISOZYME MARKER LOCI IN EARLY BACKCROSSES OF LOLIUM-MULTIFLORUM X FESTUCA-PRATENSIS HYBRIDS TO L-MULTIFLORUM

      Euphytica
    88. THOMAS H; SMART CM
      CROPS THAT STAY GREEN

      Annals of Applied Biology


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