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    1. Beyschlag, W; Eckstein, J
      Towards a causal analysis of stomatal patchiness: the role of stomatal size variability and hydrological heterogeneity

      ACTA OECOLOGICA-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    2. Robinson, JM; Britz, SJ
      Ascorbate-dehydroascorbate level and redox status in leaflets of field-grown soybeans exposed to elevated ozone

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCES
    3. Sharkey, TD; Yeh, SS
      Isoprene emission from plants

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    4. Kiddle, G; Bennett, RN; Botting, NP; Davidson, NE; Robertson, AAB; Wallsgrove, RM
      High-performance liquid chromatographic separation of natural and synthetic desulphoglucosinolates and their chemical validation by UV, NMR and chemical ionisation-MS methods

      PHYTOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS
    5. Verhoeven, AS; Bugos, RC; Yamamoto, HY
      Transgenic tobacco with suppressed zeaxanthin formation is susceptible to stress-induced photoinhibition

      PHOTOSYNTHESIS RESEARCH
    6. Kalbin, G; Hidema, J; Brosche, M; Kumagai, T; Bornman, JF; Strid, A
      UV-B-induced DNA damage and expression of defence genes under UV-B stress:tissue-specific molecular marker analysis in leaves

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    7. McCarthy, I; Romero-Puertas, MC; Palma, JM; Sandalio, LM; Corpas, FJ; Gomez, M; Del Rio, LA
      Cadmium induces senescence symptoms in leaf peroxisomes of pea plants

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    8. Brader, G; Tas, E; Palva, ET
      Jasmonate-dependent induction of indole glucosinolates in Arabidopsis by culture filtrates of the nonspecific pathogen Erwinia carotovora

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    9. Tierens, KFMJ; Thomma, BPH; Brouwer, M; Schmidt, J; Kistner, K; Porzel, A; Mauch-Mani, B; Cammue, BPA; Broekaert, WF
      Study of the role of antimicrobial glucosinolate-derived isothiocyanates in resistance of arabidopsis to microbial pathogens

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    10. Larbi, A; Morales, F; Lopez-Millan, AF; Gogorcena, Y; Abadia, A; Moog, PR; Abadia, J
      Technical advance: Reduction of Fe(III)-chelates by mesophyll leaf disks of sugar beet. Multi-component origin and effects of Fe deficiency

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    11. Fischbach, RJ; Zimmer, W; Schnitzler, JP
      Isolation and functional analysis of a cDNA encoding a myrcene synthase from holm oak (Quercus ilex L.)

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    12. Yassaa, N; Brancaleoni, E; Frattoni, M; Ciccioli, P
      Trace level determination of enantiomeric monoterpenes in terrestrial plant emission and in the atmosphere using a beta-cyclodextrin capillary columncoupled with thermal desorption and mass spectrometry

      JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY A
    13. Horemans, N; Foyer, CH; Asard, H
      Transport and action of ascorbate at the plant plasma membrane

      TRENDS IN PLANT SCIENCE
    14. Yassaa, N; Meklati, BY; Cecinato, A
      Evaluation of monoterpenic biogenic volatile organic compounds in ambient air around Eucalyptus globulus, Pinus halepensis and Cedrus atlantica treesgrowing in Algiers city area by chiral and achiral capillary gas chromatography

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    15. Walling, LL
      The myriad plant responses to herbivores

      JOURNAL OF PLANT GROWTH REGULATION
    16. Serpe, MD; Matthews, MA
      Turgor and cell wall yielding in dicot leaf growth in response to changes in relative humidity

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    17. Passioura, JB; Munns, R
      Rapid environmental changes that affect leaf water status induce transientsurges or pauses in leaf expansion rate

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    18. Soldatini, GF; Tognini, M; Castagna, A; Baldan, B; Ranieri, A
      Alterations in thylakoid membrane composition induced by iron starvation in sunflower plants

      JOURNAL OF PLANT NUTRITION
    19. Rask, L; Andreasson, E; Ekbom, B; Eriksson, S; Pontoppidan, B; Meijer, J
      Myrosinase: gene family evolution and herbivore defense in Brassicaceae

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    20. Robinson, JM; Britz, SJ
      Tolerance of a field grown soybean cultivar to elevated ozone level is concurrent with higher leaflet ascorbic acid level, higher ascorbate-dehydroascorbate redox status, and long term photosynthetic productivity

      PHOTOSYNTHESIS RESEARCH
    21. Morales, F; Belkhodja, R; Abadia, A; Abadia, J
      Photosystem II efficiency and mechanisms of energy dissipation in iron-deficient, field-grown pear trees (Pyrus communis L.)

      PHOTOSYNTHESIS RESEARCH
    22. Ludwig-Muller, J; Krishna, P; Forreiter, C
      A glucosinolate mutant of Arabidopsis is thermosensitive and defective in cytosolic Hsp90 expression after heat stress

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    23. Borstlap, AC; Schuurmans, JAMJ
      Proton-symport of L-valine in plasma membrane vesicles isolated from leaves of the wild-type and the Val(r)-2 mutant of Nicotiana tabacum L.

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    24. Ramanarayan, K; Bhat, A; Shripathi, V; Swamy, GS; Rao, KS
      Triacontanol inhibits both enzymatic and nonenzymatic lipid peroxidation

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    25. Rahoutei, J; Garcia-Luque, I; Baron, M
      Inhibition of photosynthesis by viral infection: Effect on PSII structure and function

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    26. Popova, LP; Outlaw, WH; Aghoram, K; Hite, DRC
      Abscisic acid - an intraleaf water-stress signal

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    27. Proseus, TE; Zhu, GL; Boyer, JS
      Turgor, temperature and the growth of plant cells: using Chara corallina as a model system

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    28. Munns, R; Passioura, JB; Guo, JM; Chazen, O; Cramer, GR
      Water relations and leaf expansion: importance of time scale

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    29. Chen, SX; Halkier, BA
      Characterization of glucosinolate uptake by leaf protoplasts of Brassica napus

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    30. Pasqualini, S; Batini, P; Ederli, L; Antonielli, M
      Responses of the xanthophyll cycle pool and ascorbate-glutathione cycle toozone stress in two tobacco cultivars

      FREE RADICAL RESEARCH
    31. Ranieri, A; Castagna, A; Padu, E; Moldau, H; Rahi, M; Soldatini, GF
      The decay of O-3 through direct reaction with cell wall ascorbate is not sufficient to explain the different degrees of O-3-sensitivity in two poplarclones

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    32. Giorio, P; Sorrentino, G; d'Andria, R
      Stomatal behaviour, leaf water status and photosynthetic response in field-grown olive trees under water deficit

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    33. Ludwig-Muller, J; Pieper, K; Ruppel, M; Cohen, JD; Epstein, E; Kiddle, G; Bennett, R
      Indole glucosinolate and auxin biosynthesis in Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) Heynh. glucosinolate mutants and the development of clubroot disease

      PLANTA
    34. Takechi, K; Sakamoto, W; Utsugi, S; Murata, M; Motoyoshi, F
      Characterization of a flower-specific gene encoding a putative myrosinase binding protein in Arabidopsis thaliana

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    35. Kahl, J; Hoffmann, T; Klockow, D
      Differentiation between de novo synthesized and constitutively released terpenoids from Fagus sylvatica

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    36. Hoque, E; Remus, G
      Natural UV-screening mechanisms of Norway spruce (Picea abies [L] Karst) needles

      PHOTOCHEMISTRY AND PHOTOBIOLOGY
    37. Yun, SC; Laurence, JA
      The response of sensitive and tolerant clones of Populus tremuloides to dynamic ozone exposure under controlled environmental conditions

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    38. Hanstein, S; Mattsson, M; Jaeger, HJ; Schjoerring, JK
      Uptake and utilization of atmospheric ammonia in three native Poaceae species: leaf conductances, composition of apoplastic solution and interactionswith root nitrogen supply

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    39. van Doorn, JE; van der Kruk, GC; van Holst, GJ; Schoofs, M; Broer, JB; de Nijs, JJM
      Quantitative inheritance of the progoitrin and sinigrin content in Brussels sprouts

      EUPHYTICA
    40. Li, Y; Kiddle, G; Bennett, RN; Wallsgrove, RM
      Local and systemic changes in glucosinolates in Chinese and European cultivars of oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.) after inoculation with Sclerotiniasclerotiorum (stem rot)

      ANNALS OF APPLIED BIOLOGY
    41. Li, YC; Kiddle, G; Bennett, R; Doughty, K; Wallsgrove, R
      Variation in the glucosinolate content of vegetative tissues of Chinese lines of Brassica napus L

      ANNALS OF APPLIED BIOLOGY
    42. PIERONI A; HEIMLER D; HUANG Y
      A TLC METHOD FOR SEPARATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF FLAVONES AND FLAVONE GLYCOSIDES FROM BIFLAVONES IN VEGETABLE EXTRACT

      JPC. Journal of planar chromatography, modern TLC
    43. WEBER P; THOENE B; RENNENBERG H
      ABSORPTION OF ATMOSPHERIC NO2 BY SPRUCE (PICEA-ABIES) TREES - III - INTERACTION WITH NITRATE REDUCTASE-ACTIVITY IN THE NEEDLES AND PHLOEM TRANSPORT

      Botanica acta
    44. LORETO F; CICCIOLI P; BRANCALEONI E; CECINATO A
      MEASUREMENT OF ISOPRENOID CONTENT IN LEAVES OF MEDITERRANEAN QUERCUS SPP. BY A NOVEL AND SENSITIVE METHOD AND ESTIMATION OF THE ISOPRENOID PARTITION BETWEEN LIQUID AND GAS-PHASE INSIDE THE LEAVES

      PLANT SCIENCE
    45. SUELVES M; PUIGDOMENECH P
      SPECIFIC MESSENGER-RNA ACCUMULATION OF A GENE CODING FOR AN O-METHYLTRANSFERASE IN ALMOND (PRUNUS-AMYGDALUS, BATSCH) FLOWER TISSUES

      PLANT SCIENCE
    46. BELKHODJA R; MORALES F; QUILEZ R; LOPEZMILLAN AF; ABADIA A; ABADIA J
      IRON-DEFICIENCY CAUSES CHANGES IN CHLOROPHYLL FLUORESCENCE DUE TO THEREDUCTION IN THE DARK OF THE PHOTOSYSTEM-II ACCEPTOR SIDE

      Photosynthesis research
    47. HSIAO TC; FRENSCH J; ROJASLARA BA
      THE PRESSURE-JUMP TECHNIQUE SHOWS MAIZE LEAF GROWTH TO BE ENHANCED BYINCREASES IN TURGOR ONLY WHEN WATER STATUS IS NOT TOO HIGH

      Plant, cell and environment
    48. Horemans, N; Potters, G; Caubergs, RJ; Asard, H
      Transport of ascorbate into protoplasts of Nicotiana tabacum Bright Yellow-2 cell line

      PROTOPLASMA
    49. ORLICH G; HOFBRUCKL M; SCHULZ A
      A SYMPLASMIC FLOW OF SUCROSE CONTRIBUTES TO PHLOEM LOADING IN RICINUSCOTYLEDONS

      Planta
    50. BOGOSLAVSKY L; NEUMANN PM
      RAPID REGULATION BY ACID PH OF CELL-WALL ADJUSTMENT AND LEAF GROWTH IN MAIZE PLANTS RESPONDING TO REVERSAL OF WATER-STRESS

      Plant physiology (Bethesda)
    51. Horemans, N; Asard, H; Van Gestelen, P; Caubergs, RJ
      Facilitated diffusion drives transport of oxidised ascorbate molecules into purified plasma membrane vesicles of Phaseolus vulgaris

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    52. HUTZLER P; FISCHBACH R; HELLER W; JUNGBLUT TP; REUBER S; SCHMITZ R; VEIT M; WEISSENBOCK G; SCHNITZLER JP
      TISSUE LOCALIZATION OF PHENOLIC-COMPOUNDS IN PLANTS BY CONFOCAL LASER-SCANNING MICROSCOPY

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    53. ROBLIN G; SAKR S; BONMORT J; DELROT S
      REGULATION OF A PLANT PLASMA-MEMBRANE SUCROSE TRANSPORTER BY PHOSPHORYLATION

      FEBS letters
    54. HOREMANS N; ASARD H; CAUBERGS RJ
      CARRIER-MEDIATED UPTAKE OF DEHYDROASCORBATE INTO HIGHER-PLANT PLASMA-MEMBRANE VESICLES SHOWS TRANS-STIMULATION

      FEBS letters
    55. Lambdon, PW; Hassall, M; Mithen, R
      Feeding preferences of woodpigeons and flea-beetles for oilseed rape and turnip rape

      ANNALS OF APPLIED BIOLOGY
    56. Duran-Carril, MV; Bujan, CR
      Antioxidant systems in the leaf apoplast compartment of Pinus pinaster Ait. and Pinus radiata D. Don plants exposed to SO2

      ANNALS OF APPLIED BIOLOGY
    57. REPELLIN A; THI ATP; TASHAKORIE A; SAHSAH Y; DANIEL C; ZUILYFODIL Y
      LEAF MEMBRANE-LIPIDS AND DROUGHT TOLERANCE IN YOUNG COCONUT PALMS (COCOS-NUCIFERA L)

      European journal of agronomy
    58. VAGEESHBABU HS; CHOPRA VL
      GENETIC AND BIOTECHNOLOGICAL APPROACHES FOR REDUCING GLUCOSINOLATES FROM RAPESEED-MUSTARD MEAL

      Journal of Plant Biochemistry and Biotechnology
    59. NADERI M; BERGER PH
      EFFECTS OF CHLOROPLAST TARGETED POTATO-VIRUS-Y COAT-PROTEIN ON TRANSGENIC PLANTS

      Physiological and molecular plant pathology
    60. BERMAN ME; DEJONG TM
      CROP LOAD AND WATER-STRESS EFFECTS ON DAILY STEM GROWTH IN PEACH (PRUNUS-PERSICA)

      Tree physiology
    61. HALDIMANN P
      CHILLING-INDUCED CHANGES TO CAROTENOID COMPOSITION, PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND THE MAXIMUM QUANTUM YIELD OF PHOTOSYSTEM-II PHOTOCHEMISTRY IN 2 MAIZE GENOTYPES DIFFERING IN TOLERANCE TO LOW-TEMPERATURE

      Journal of plant physiology
    62. NEDUNCHEZHIAN N; MORALES F; ABADIA A; ABADIA J
      DECLINE IN PHOTOSYNTHETIC ELECTRON-TRANSPORT ACTIVITY AND CHANGES IN THYLAKOID PROTEIN PATTERN IN-FIELD GROWN IRON-DEFICIENT PEACH (PRUNUS-PERSICA L.)

      PLANT SCIENCE
    63. FUNAYAMA S; SONOIKE K; TERASHIMA I
      PHOTOSYNTHETIC PROPERTIES OF LEAVES OF EUPATORIUM-MAKINOI INFECTED BYA GEMINIVIRUS

      Photosynthesis research
    64. HOFFMANNBENNING S; WILLMITZER L; FISAHN J
      ANALYSIS OF GROWTH, COMPOSITION AND THICKNESS OF THE CELL-WALLS OF TRANSGENIC TOBACCO PLANTS EXPRESSING A YEAST-DERIVED INVERTASE

      Protoplasma
    65. BENNETT RN; KIDDLE G; WALLSGROVE RM
      INVOLVEMENT OF CYTOCHROME-P450 IN GLUCOSINOLATE BIOSYNTHESIS IN WHITEMUSTARD - A BIOCHEMICAL ANOMALY

      Plant physiology
    66. ELZENGA JTM; VANVOLKENBURGH E
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A LIGHT-CONTROLLED ANION CHANNEL IN THE PLASMA-MEMBRANE OF MESOPHYLL-CELLS OF PEA

      Plant physiology
    67. WAKABAYASHI K; HOSON T; KAMISAKA S
      OSMOTIC-STRESS SUPPRESSES CELL-WALL STIFFENING AND THE INCREASE IN CELL WALL-BOUND FERULIC AND DIFERULIC ACIDS IN WHEAT COLEOPTILES

      Plant physiology
    68. TATTINI M; LOMBARDINI L; GUCCI R
      THE EFFECT OF NACL STRESS AND RELIEF ON GAS-EXCHANGE PROPERTIES OF 2 OLIVE CULTIVARS DIFFERING IN TOLERANCE TO SALINITY

      Plant and soil
    69. LUDWIGMULLER J; SCHUBERT B; PIEPER K; IHMIG S; HILGENBERG W
      GLUCOSINOLATE CONTENT IN SUSCEPTIBLE AND RESISTANT CHINESE-CABBAGE VARIETIES DURING DEVELOPMENT OF CLUBROOT DISEASE

      Phytochemistry
    70. BERMAN ME; DEJONG TM
      DIURNAL PATTERNS OF STEM EXTENSION GROWTH IN PEACH (PRUNUS-PERSICA) -TEMPERATURE AND FLUCTUATIONS IN WATER STATUS DETERMINE GROWTH-RATE

      Physiologia Plantarum
    71. MEYER U; KOLLNER B; WILLENBRINK J; KRAUSE GHM
      PHYSIOLOGICAL-CHANGES ON AGRICULTURAL CROPS INDUCED BY DIFFERENT AMBIENT OZONE EXPOSURE REGIMES .1. EFFECTS ON PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND ASSIMILATE ALLOCATION IN SPRING WHEAT

      New phytologist
    72. BOOKER FL; REID CD; BRUNSCHONHARTI S; FISCUS EL; MILLER JE
      PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND PHOTORESPIRATION IN SOYBEAN [GLYCINE-MAX (L.) MERR.] CHRONICALLY EXPOSED TO ELEVATED CARBON-DIOXIDE AND OZONE

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    73. FRENSCH J
      PRIMARY RESPONSES OF ROOT AND LEAF ELONGATION TO WATER DEFICITS IN THE ATMOSPHERE AND SOIL SOLUTION

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    74. TAIPALENSUU J; FALK A; EK B; RASK L
      MYROSINASE-BINDING PROTEINS ARE DERIVED FROM A LARGE WOUND-INDUCIBLE AND REPETITIVE TRANSCRIPT

      European journal of biochemistry
    75. CICCIOLI P; FABOZZI C; BRANCALEONI E; CECINATO A; FRATTONI M; LORETO F; KESSELMEIER J; SCHAFER L; BODE K; TORRES L; FUGIT JL
      USE OF THE ISOPRENE ALGORITHM FOR PREDICTING THE MONOTERPENE EMISSIONFROM THE MEDITERRANEAN HOLM OAK QUERCUS-ILEX L - PERFORMANCE AND LIMITS OF THIS APPROACH

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    76. VONARNIM A; DENG XW
      LIGHT CONTROL OF SEEDLING DEVELOPMENT

      Annual review of plant physiology and plant molecular biology
    77. DAY TA; HOWELLS BW; RUHLAND CT
      CHANGES IN GROWTH AND PIGMENT CONCENTRATIONS WITH LEAF AGE IN PEA UNDER MODULATED UV-B RADIATION-FIELD TREATMENTS

      Plant, cell and environment
    78. FUHRBERG B; BALZER I; HARDELAND R; WERNER A; LUNING K
      THE VERTEBRATE PINEAL HORMONE MELATONIN IS PRODUCED BY THE BROWN ALGAPTERYGOPHORA-CALIFORNICA AND MIMICS DARK EFFECTS ON GROWTH-RATE IN THE LIGHT

      Planta
    79. SALAH HBH; TARDIEU F
      QUANTITATIVE-ANALYSIS OF THE COMBINED EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE, EVAPORATIVE DEMAND AND LIGHT ON LEAF ELONGATION RATE IN WELL-WATERED FIELD AND LABORATORY-GROWN MAIZE PLANTS

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    80. PALMER SJ; BERRIDGE DM; MCDONALD AJS; DAVIES WJ
      CONTROL OF LEAF EXPANSION IN SUNFLOWER (HELIANTHUS-ANNUUS L) BY NITROGEN NUTRITION

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    81. EAMUS D; DUFF GA; BERRYMAN CA
      PHOTOSYNTHETIC RESPONSES TO TEMPERATURE, LIGHT FLUX-DENSITY, CO2 CONCENTRATION AND VAPOR-PRESSURE DEFICIT IN EUCALYPTUS TETRODONTA CROWN UNDER CO2 ENRICHMENT

      Environmental pollution
    82. BENNETT R; LUDWIGMULLER J; KIDDLE G; HILGENBERG W; WALLSGROVE R
      DEVELOPMENTAL REGULATION GF ALDOXIME FORMATION IN SEEDLINGS AND MATURE PLANTS OF CHINESE-CABBAGE (BRASSICA-CAMPESTRIS SSP PEKINENSIS) AND OILSEED RAPE (BRASSICA-NAPUS) - GLUCOSINOLATE AND IAA BIOSYNTHETIC-ENZYMES

      Planta
    83. BENNETT RN; HICK AJ; DAWSON GW; WALLSGROVE RM
      GLUCOSINOLATE BIOSYNTHESIS - FURTHER CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ALDOXIMEFORMING MICROSOMAL MONOOXYGENASES IN OILSEED RAPE LEAVES

      Plant physiology
    84. SEATON GGR; LEE K; ROHOZINSKI J
      PHOTOSYNTHETIC SHUTDOWN IN CHLORELLA NC64A ASSOCIATED WITH THE INFECTION CYCLE OF PARAMECIUM-BURSARIA CHLORELLA VIRUS-1

      Plant physiology
    85. FRENSCH J; HSIAO TC
      RAPID RESPONSE OF THE YIELD THRESHOLD AND TURGOR REGULATION DURING ADJUSTMENT OF ROOT-GROWTH TO WATER-STRESS IN ZEA-MAYS

      Plant physiology
    86. FERRERES F; ESTEBAN E; CARPENARUIZ R; JIMENEZ MA; TOMASBARBERAN FA
      ACYLATED FLAVONOL SOPHOROTRIOSIDES FROM PEA SHOOTS

      Phytochemistry
    87. DOUGHTY KJ; KIDDLE GA; PYE BJ; WALLSGROVE RM; PICKETT JA
      SELECTIVE INDUCTION OF GLUCOSINOLATES IN OILSEED RAPE LEAVES BY METHYL JASMONATE

      Phytochemistry
    88. DIONIGI CP
      EFFECTS OF CLOMAZONE ON BIOSYNTHESIS OF GEOSMIN BY STREPTOMYCES-TENDAE AND PENICILLIUM-EXPANSUM

      Weed science
    89. BLUM DE; NEFF MM; VANVOLKENBURGH E
      LIGHT-STIMULATED COTYLEDON EXPANSION IN THE BLU3 AND HY4 MUTANTS OF ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA

      Plant physiology
    90. BELKHODJA R; MORALES F; ABADIA A; GOMEZAPARISI J; ABADIA J
      CHLOROPHYLL FLUORESCENCE AS A POSSIBLE TOOL FOR SALINITY TOLERANCE SCREENING IN BARLEY (HORDEUM-VULGARE L)

      Plant physiology
    91. FRENSCH J; HSIAO TC
      TRANSIENT RESPONSES OF CELL TURGOR AND GROWTH OF MAIZE ROOTS AS AFFECTED BY CHANGES IN WATER POTENTIAL

      Plant physiology
    92. ATKIN OK; CUMMINS WR
      THE EFFECT OF ROOT TEMPERATURE ON THE INDUCTION OF NITRATE REDUCTASE ACTIVITIES AND NITROGEN UPTAKE RATES IN ARCTIC PLANT-SPECIES

      Plant and soil
    93. SERPE MD; MATTHEWS MA
      CHANGES IN CELL-WALL YIELDING AND STORED GROWTH IN BEGONIA-ARGENTEO-GUTTATA L LEAVES DURING THE DEVELOPMENT OF WATER DEFICITS

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    94. DAY TA; HOWELLS BW; RICE WJ
      ULTRAVIOLET-ABSORPTION AND EPIDERMAL-TRANSMITTANCE SPECTRA IN FOLIAGE

      Physiologia Plantarum
    95. PASSIOURA JB
      THE PHYSICAL-CHEMISTRY OF THE PRIMARY-CELL WALL - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE CONTROL OF EXPANSION RATE

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    96. BOGOMOLOV AA; DANILENKO AN; ANTONOV YA
      ISOLATION OF ALFALFA (MEDICAGO-SATIVA L) LEAF JUICE PROTEASE AND THE MECHANISM OF RUBISCO PROTEOLYSIS

      Biochemistry
    97. PRESS MC; WHITTAKER JB
      EXPLOITATION OF THE XYLEM STREAM BY PARASITIC ORGANISMS

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    98. DAWSON GW; DOUGHTY KJ; HICK AJ; PICKETT JA; PYE BJ; SMART LE; WADHAMS LJ
      CHEMICAL PRECURSORS FOR STUDYING THE EFFECTS OF GLUCOSINOLATE CATABOLITES ON DISEASES AND PESTS OF OILSEED RAPE (BRASSICA-NAPUS) OR RELATEDPLANTS

      Pesticide science
    99. RAMASUBRAMANIAN V; RAVICHANDRAN V; KANNAN N
      ANALYSIS OF INDUSTRIAL EFFLUENTS AND THEIR IMPACT ON THE GROWTH AND METABOLISM OF PHASEOLUS-MUNGO, L

      Communications in soil science and plant analysis


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