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    1. Foyer, CH; Theodoulou, FL; Delrot, S
      The functions of inter- and intracellular glutathione transport systems inplants

      TRENDS IN PLANT SCIENCE
    2. Provencher, LM; Miao, L; Sinha, N; Lucas, WJ
      Sucrose export defective1 encodes a novel protein implicated in chloroplast-to-nucleus signaling

      PLANT CELL
    3. Sowinski, P; Rudzinska-Langwald, A; Dalbiak, A; Sowinska, A
      Assimilate export from leaves of chilling-treated seedlings of maize. The path to vein

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    4. Mattanovich, J; Ehrenhofer, M; Schafellner, C; Tausz, M; Fuhrer, E
      The role of sulphur compounds for breeding success of Ips typographus L. (Col., Scolytidae) on Norway Spruce (Picea abies [L.] Karst.)

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED ENTOMOLOGY-ZEITSCHRIFT FUR ANGEWANDTE ENTOMOLOGIE
    5. Peuke, AD; Rokitta, M; Zimmermann, U; Schreiber, L; Haase, A
      Simultaneous measurement of water flow velocity and solute transport in xylem and phloem of adult plants of Ricinus communis over a daily time courseby nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometry

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    6. Sasaki, N; Fujita, Y; Mise, K; Furusawa, I
      Site-specific single amino acid changes to Lys or Arg in the central region of the movement protein of a hybrid bromovirus are required for adaptation to a nonhost

      VIROLOGY
    7. Kiyomiya, S; Nakanishi, H; Uchida, H; Nishiyama, S; Tsukada, H; Ishioka, NS; Watanabe, S; Osa, A; Mizuniwa, C; Ito, T; Matsuhashi, S; Hashimoto, S; Sekine, T; Tsuji, A; Mori, S
      Light activates (H2O)-O-15 flow in rice: Detailed monitoring using a positron-emitting tracer imaging system (PETIS)

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    8. Herschbach, C; Rennenberg, H
      Sulfur nutrition of deciduous trees

      NATURWISSENSCHAFTEN
    9. Van de Water, PK; Levetin, E
      Contribution of upwind pollen sources to the characterization of Juniperusashei phenology

      GRANA
    10. Goldbaum, B; Branover, H; Moiseev, SS
      Certain features of a helical vortex

      PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY OF THE EARTH PART B-HYDROLOGY OCEANS AND ATMOSPHERE
    11. Zambryski, P; Crawford, K
      Plasmodesmata: Gatekeepers for cell-to-cell transport of developmental signals in plants

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF CELL AND DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    12. Xoconostle-Cazares, B; Ruiz-Medrano, R; Lucas, WJ
      Proteolytic processing of CmPP36, a protein from the cytochrome b(5) reductase family, is required for entry into the phloem translocation pathway

      PLANT JOURNAL
    13. Cheng, NH; Su, CL; Carter, SA; Nelson, RS
      Vascular invasion routes and systemic accumulation patterns of tobacco mosaic virus in Nicotiana benthamiana

      PLANT JOURNAL
    14. Hayashi, H; Fukuda, A; Suzui, N; Fujimaki, S
      Proteins in the sieve element-companion cell complexes: their detection, localization and possible functions

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    15. Sijen, T; Kooter, JM
      Post-transcriptional gene-silencing: RNAs on the attack or on the defense?

      BIOESSAYS
    16. Barabas, NK; Omarov, RT; Erdei, L; Lips, SH
      Distribution of the Mo-enzymes aldehyde oxidase, xanthine dehydrogenase and nitrate reductase in maize (Zea mays L.) nodal roots as affected by nitrogen and salinity

      PLANT SCIENCE
    17. Kuzuhara, Y; Isobe, A; Awazuhara, M; Fujiwara, T; Hayashi, H
      Glutathione levels in phloem sap of rice plants under sulfur deficient conditions

      SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT NUTRITION
    18. Herschbach, C; van der Zalm, E; Schneider, A; Jouanin, L; De Kok, LJ; Rennenberg, H
      Regulation of sulfur nutrition in wild-type and transgenic poplar over-expressing gamma-glutamylcysteine synthetase in the cytosol as affected by atmospheric H2S

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    19. Shalitin, D; Wolf, S
      Cucumber mosaic virus infection affects sugar transport in melon plants

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    20. Jeschke, WD; Hartung, W
      Root-shoot interactions in mineral nutrition

      PLANT AND SOIL
    21. Degenhardt, B; Gimmler, H; Hose, E; Hartung, W
      Effect of alkaline and saline substrates on ABA contents, distribution andtransport in plant roots

      PLANT AND SOIL
    22. Hartmann, T; Mult, S; Suter, M; Rennenberg, H; Herschbach, C
      Leaf age-dependent differences in sulphur assimilation and allocation in poplar (Populus tremula x P-alba) leaves

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    23. Jokhan, AD; Harink, RJ; Jackson, MB
      Concentration and delivery of abscisic acid in xylem sap are greater at the shoot base than at a target leaf nearer to the shoot apex

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    24. Jackson, RE; Cockram, MS; Goddard, PJ; Doherty, OM; McGilp, IM; Waran, NK
      The effects of 24H water deprivation when associated with some aspects of transportation on the behaviour and blood chemistry of sheep

      ANIMAL WELFARE
    25. Cockram, MS; Kent, JE; Waran, NK; McGilp, IM; Jackson, RE; Amory, JR; Southall, EL; O'Riordan, T; McConnell, TI; Wilkins, BS
      Effects of a 15H journey followed by either 12H starvation or ad libitum hay on the behaviour and blood chemistry of sheep

      ANIMAL WELFARE
    26. Sowinski, P
      Transport of photoassimilates in plants under unfavourable environmental conditions

      ACTA PHYSIOLOGIAE PLANTARUM
    27. Cour, P; Zheng, Z; Duzer, D; Calleja, M; Yao, Z
      Vegetational and climatic significance of modern pollen rain in northwestern Tibet

      REVIEW OF PALAEOBOTANY AND PALYNOLOGY
    28. Rennenberg, H
      The significance of ectomycorrhizal fungi for sulfur nutrition of trees

      PLANT AND SOIL
    29. Davies, PJ; Simko, I; Mueller, SM; Yencho, GC; Lewis, C; McMurry, S; Taylor, MA; Ewing, EE
      Quantitative trait loci for polyamine content in an RFLP-mapped potato population and their relationship to tuberization

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    30. Faugeron, C; Sakr, S; Lhernould, S; Michalski, JC; Delrot, S; Morvan, H
      Long-distance transport and metabolism of unconjugated N-glycans in tomatoplants

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    31. PARROTT RF; HALL SJG; LLOYD DM; GOODE JA; BROOM DM
      EFFECTS OF A MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE JOURNEY TIME (31 H) ON PHYSIOLOGICAL-RESPONSES OF FLEECED AND SHORN SHEEP TO TRANSPORT, WITH OBSERVATIONS ON BEHAVIOR DURING A SHORT (1 H) REST-STOP

      Animal Science
    32. MATSUMOTO K; NAGAO I; TANAKA H; MIYAJI H; IIDA T; IKEBE Y
      SEASONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF ORGANIC AND INORGANIC SPECIES AND THEIR SIZE DISTRIBUTIONS IN ATMOSPHERIC AEROSOLS OVER THE NORTHWEST PACIFIC-OCEAN

      Atmospheric environment
    33. KOSTNER B; SCHUPP R; SCHULZE ED; RENNENBERG H
      ORGANIC AND INORGANIC SULFUR TRANSPORT IN THE XYLEM SAP AND THE SULFUR BUDGET OF PICEA-ABIES TREES

      Tree physiology
    34. GRIGOR PN; GODDARD PJ; LITTLEWOOD CA
      THE BEHAVIORAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL REACTIONS OF FARMED RED DEER TO TRANSPORT - EFFECTS OF SEX, GROUP-SIZE, SPACE ALLOWANCE AND VEHICULAR MOTION

      Applied animal behaviour science
    35. SCHULTE M; HERSCHBACH C; RENNENBERG H
      INTERACTIVE EFFECTS OF ELEVATED ATMOSPHERIC CO2, MYCORRHIZATION AND DROUGHT ON LONG-DISTANCE TRANSPORT OF REDUCED SULFUR IN YOUNG PEDUNCULATE OAK TREES (QUERCUS-ROBUR L.)

      Plant, cell and environment
    36. Simonneau, T; Barrieu, P; Tardieu, F
      Accumulation rate of ABA in detached maize roots correlates with root water potential regardless of age and branching order

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    37. LOBE I; WILCKE W; KOBZA J; ZECH W
      HEAVY-METAL CONTAMINATION OF SOILS IN NORTHERN SLOVAKIA

      Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenernahrung und Bodenkunde
    38. KNOWLES TG; WARRISS PD; BROWN SN; EDWARDS JE
      EFFECTS OF STOCKING DENSITY ON LAMBS BEING TRANSPORTED BY ROAD

      Veterinary record
    39. OMAROV RT; SAGI M; LIPS SH
      REGULATION OF ALDEHYDE OXIDASE AND NITRATE REDUCTASE IN ROOTS OF BARLEY (HORDEUM-VULGARE L.) BY NITROGEN-SOURCE AND SALINITY

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    40. HARTUNG W; WILKINSON S; DAVIES WJ
      FACTORS THAT REGULATE ABSCISIC-ACID CONCENTRATIONS AT THE PRIMARY SITE OF ACTION AT THE GUARD-CELL

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    41. Rogers, CA; Levetin, E
      Evidence of long-distance transport of mountain cedar pollen into Tulsa, Oklahoma

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BIOMETEOROLOGY
    42. CABEZUDO B; RECIO M; SANCHEZLAULHE JM; TRIGO MD; TORO FJ; POLVORINOS F
      ATMOSPHERIC TRANSPORTATION OF MARIJUANA POLLEN FROM NORTH-AFRICA TO THE SOUTHWEST OF EUROPE

      Atmospheric environment
    43. KENT JE
      STRESS IN TRANSPORTED SHEEP

      Comparative haematology international
    44. MARSCHNER H; KIRKBY EA; ENGELS C
      IMPORTANCE OF CYCLING AND RECYCLING OF MINERAL NUTRIENTS WITHIN PLANTS FOR GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT

      Botanica acta
    45. AMZALLAG GN
      INFLUENCE OF PERIODIC FLUCTUATIONS IN ROOT ENVIRONMENT ON ADAPTATION TO SALINITY IN SORGHUM-BICOLOR

      Australian journal of plant physiology
    46. GRIGOR PN; GODDARD PJ; MACDONALD AJ; BROWN SN; FAWCETT AR; DEAKIN DW; WARRISS PD
      EFFECTS OF THE DURATION OF LAIRAGE FOLLOWING TRANSPORTATION ON THE BEHAVIOR AND PHYSIOLOGY OF FARMED RED DEER

      Veterinary record
    47. HYDE GJ; ASHFORD AE
      VACUOLE MOTILITY AND TUBULE-FORMING ACTIVITY IN PISOLITHUS-TINCTORIUSHYPHAE ARE MODIFIED BY ENVIRONMENTAL-CONDITIONS

      Protoplasma
    48. SUNARPI; ANDERSON JW
      EFFECT OF NITROGEN NUTRITION ON REMOBILIZATION OF PROTEIN SULFUR IN THE LEAVES OF VEGETATIVE SOYBEAN AND ASSOCIATED CHANGES IN SOLUBLE SULFUR METABOLITES

      Plant physiology
    49. LAPPARTIENT AG; TOURAINE B
      GLUTATHIONE-MEDIATED REGULATION OF ATP SULFURYLASE ACTIVITY, SO4(2-) UPTAKE, AND OXIDATIVE STRESS-RESPONSE IN INTACT CANOLA ROOTS

      Plant physiology
    50. LUCAS WJ
      APPLICATION OF MICROINJECTION TECHNIQUES TO PLANT NUTRITION

      Plant and soil
    51. AYLOR DE; SANOGO S
      GERMINABILITY OF VENTURIA-INAEQUALIS CONIDIA EXPOSED TO SUNLIGHT

      Phytopathology
    52. BRENCHLEY JL; RAVEN JA; JOHNSTON AM
      RESOURCE ACQUISITION IN 2 INTERTIDAL FUCOID SEAWEEDS, FUCUS-SERRATUS AND HIMANTHALIA-ELONGATA - SEASONAL-VARIATION AND EFFECTS OF REPRODUCTIVE DEVELOPMENT

      Marine Biology
    53. JESCHKE WD; PEUKE AD; PATE JS; HARTUNG W
      TRANSPORT, SYNTHESIS AND CATABOLISM OF ABSCISIC-ACID (ABA) IN INTACT PLANTS OF CASTOR BEAN (RICINUS-COMMUNIS L.) UNDER PHOSPHATE DEFICIENCYAND MODERATE SALINITY

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    54. JESCHKE WD; HOLOBRADA M; HARTUNG W
      GROWTH OF ZEA-MAYS L PLANTS WITH THEIR SEMINAL ROOTS ONLY - EFFECTS ON PLANT DEVELOPMENT, XYLEM TRANSPORT, MINERAL-NUTRITION AND THE FLOW AND DISTRIBUTION OF ABSCISIC-ACID (ABA) AS A POSSIBLE SHOOT TO ROOT SIGNAL

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    55. FOLTESCU VL; LINDGREN ES; ISAKSON J; OBLAD M; TIEDE R; SOMMAR J; PACYNA JM; TOERSETH K
      AIRBORNE CONCENTRATIONS AND DEPOSITION FLUXES OF MAJOR AND TRACE SPECIES AT MARINE STATIONS IN SOUTHERN SCANDINAVIA

      Atmospheric environment
    56. SEEGMULLER S; SCHULTE M; HERSCHBACH C; RENNENBERG H
      INTERACTIVE EFFECTS OF MYCORRHIZATION AND ELEVATED ATMOSPHERIC CO2 ONSULFUR NUTRITION OF YOUNG PEDUNCULATE OAK (QUERCUS-ROBUR L) TREES

      Plant, cell and environment
    57. KNOWLES TG; WARRISS PD; BROWN SN; KESTIN SC; EDWARDS JE; PERRY AM; WATKINS PE; PHILLIPS AJ
      EFFECTS OF FEEDING, WATERING AND RESTING INTERVALS ON LAMBS TRANSPORTED BY ROAD AND FERRY TO FRANCE

      Veterinary record
    58. LAPPARTIENT AG; TOURAINE B
      DEMAND-DRIVEN CONTROL OF ROOT ATP SULFURYLASE ACTIVITY AND SO42- UPTAKE IN INTACT CANOLA - THE ROLE OF PHLOEM-TRANSLOCATED GLUTATHIONE

      Plant physiology
    59. SUNARPI; ANDERSON JW
      DISTRIBUTION AND REDISTRIBUTION OF SULFUR SUPPLIED AS [S-35] SULFATE TO ROOTS DURING VEGETATIVE GROWTH OF SOYBEAN

      Plant physiology
    60. MUNNS R; CRAMER GR
      IS COORDINATION OF LEAF AND ROOT-GROWTH MEDIATED BY ABSCISIC-ACID - OPINION

      Plant and soil
    61. HERSCHBACH C; RENNENBERG H
      STORAGE AND REMOBILIZATION OF SULFUR IN BEECH TREES (FAGUS-SYLVATICA)

      Physiologia Plantarum
    62. DODD IC; STIKIC R; DAVIES WJ
      CHEMICAL-REGULATION OF GAS-EXCHANGE AND GROWTH OF PLANTS IN DRYING SOIL IN THE FIELD

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    63. BLASCHKE L; SCHNEIDER A; HERSCHBACH C; RENNENBERG H
      REDUCED SULFUR ALLOCATION FROM 3-YEAR-OLD NEEDLES OF NORWAY SPRUCE (PICEA-ABIES [KARST] L)

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    64. MARSCHNER H; KIRKBY EA; CAKMAK I
      EFFECT OF MINERAL NUTRITIONAL-STATUS ON SHOOT-ROOT PARTITIONING OF PHOTOASSIMILATES AND CYCLING OF MINERAL NUTRIENTS

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    65. GONEN Y; KIMMEL E; TELOR E; FRIEDLANDER M
      INTERCELLULAR ASSIMILATE TRANSLOCATION IN GRACILARIA-CORNEA (GRACILARIACEAE, RHODOPHYTA)

      Hydrobiologia
    66. ZIMMERMANN U; MEINZER F; BENTRUP FW
      HOW DOES WATER ASCEND IN TALL TREES AND OTHER VASCULAR PLANTS

      Annals of botany
    67. FORTMEIER R; SCHUBERT S
      SALT TOLERANCE OF MAIZE (ZEA-MAYS L) - THE ROLE OF SODIUM EXCLUSION

      Plant, cell and environment
    68. SOWINSKI P
      TRANSPORT OF ASSIMILATES FROM LEAVES TO ROOTS IN COLD TREATED MAIZE SEEDLINGS - KINETICS AND ASSIMILATE DISTRIBUTION

      Acta Physiologiae Plantarum
    69. SOWINSKI P; KROLIKOWSKI Z
      CHILLING-SENSITIVITY IN MAIZE (ZEA-MAYS L) SEEDLINGS .3. RELATIONS BETWEEN GROWTH AND FUNCTIONING AT LOW-TEMPERATURES AND DURING POSTSTRESSRECOVERY

      Acta Physiologiae Plantarum
    70. ISAKSON J; LINDGREN EAS; FOLTESCU VL; PACYNA JM; TORSETH K
      BEHAVIOR OF SULFUR AND NITROGEN-COMPOUNDS MEASURED AT MARINE STATIONSLISTA AND SABY IN SCANDINAVIA

      Water, air and soil pollution
    71. LODE O; EKLO OM; HOLEN B; SVENSEN A; JOHNSEN AM
      PESTICIDES IN PRECIPITATION IN NORWAY

      Science of the total environment
    72. HERSCHBACH C; RENNENBERG H
      LONG-DISTANCE TRANSPORT OF S-35 SULFUR IN 3-YEAR-OLD BEECH TREES (FAGUS-SYLVATICA)

      Physiologia Plantarum
    73. BELL CI; CLARKSON DT; CRAM WJ
      PARTITIONING AND REDISTRIBUTION OF SULFUR DURING S-STRESS IN MACROPTILIUM-ATROPURPUREUM CV SIRATRO

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    74. FRANZEN LG; HJELMROOS M; KALLBERG P; BRORSTROMLUNDEN E; JUNTTO S; SAVOLAINEN AL
      THE YELLOW-SNOW EPISODE OF NORTHERN FENNOSCANDIA, MARCH-1991 - A CASE-STUDY OF LONG-DISTANCE TRANSPORT OF SOIL, POLLEN AND STABLE ORGANIC-COMPOUNDS

      Atmospheric environment
    75. FERAY A; HOURMANT A; PENOT M; CAROFF J; CANNMOISAN C
      POLYAMINES AND MORPHOGENESIS - EFFECTS OF METHYLGLYOXAL-BIS(GUANYLHYDRAZONE)

      Botanica acta
    76. LUCAS WJ; GILBERTSON RL
      PLASMODESMATA IN RELATION TO VIRAL MOVEMENT WITHIN LEAF TISSUE

      Annual review of phytopathology
    77. SCHNEIDER A; SCHATTEN T; RENNENBERG H
      EXCHANGE BETWEEN PHLOEM AND XYLEM DURING LONG-DISTANCE TRANSPORT OF GLUTATHIONE IN SPRUCE TREES (PICEA-ABIES [KARST] L)

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    78. RINDERER TE; OLDROYD BP; LEKPRAYOON C; WONGSIRI S; BOONTHAI C; THAPA R
      EXTENDED SURVIVAL OF THE PARASITIC HONEY-BEE MITE TROPILAELAPS CLAREAE ON ADULT WORKERS OF APIS-MELLIFERA AND APIS-DORSATA

      Journal of Apicultural Research
    79. PENOT M; HOURMANT A; PENOT M
      COMPARATIVE-STUDY OF METABOLISM AND FORMS OF TRANSPORT OF PHOSPHATE BETWEEN ASCOPHYLLUM-NODOSUM AND POLYSIPHONIA-LANOSA

      Physiologia Plantarum


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