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    1. Gounaris, Y
      A qualitative model for the mechanism of sugar accumulation in cold-stressed plant tissues

      THEORY IN BIOSCIENCES
    2. Gurusinghe, S; Bradford, KJ
      Galactosyl-sucrose oligosaccharides and potential longevity of primed seeds

      SEED SCIENCE RESEARCH
    3. Riggs, CR; Zeman, K; DeGuzman, R; Rzepczyk, A; Taylor, AA
      Antisense inhibition of a tomato meiotic proteinase suggests functional redundancy of proteinases during microsporogenesis

      GENOME
    4. Foolad, MR; Zhang, LP; Lin, GY
      Identification and validation of QTLs for salt tolerance during vegetativegrowth in tomato by selective genotyping

      GENOME
    5. Sato, S; Peet, MM; Gardner, RG
      Formation of parthenocarpic fruit, undeveloped flowers and aborted flowersin tomato under moderately elevated temperatures

      SCIENTIA HORTICULTURAE
    6. Guichard, S; Bertin, N; Leonardi, C; Gary, C
      Tomato fruit quality in relation to water and carbon fluxes

      AGRONOMIE
    7. Williams, LV; Lambertini, PML; Shohara, K; Biderbost, EB
      Occurrence and geographical distribution of tospovirus species infecting tomato crops in Argentina

      PLANT DISEASE
    8. Xu, GH; Wolf, S; Kafkafi, U
      Interactive effect of nutrient concentration and container volume on flowering, fruiting, and nutrient uptake of sweet pepper

      JOURNAL OF PLANT NUTRITION
    9. Gonzali, S; Pistelli, L; De Bellis, L; Alpi, A
      Characterization of two Arabidopsis thaliana fructokinases

      PLANT SCIENCE
    10. Peres, LEP; Morgante, PG; Vecchi, C; Kraus, JE; van Sluys, MA
      Shoot regeneration capacity from roots and transgenic hairy roots of tomato cultivars and wild related species

      PLANT CELL TISSUE AND ORGAN CULTURE
    11. Malone, M; Andrews, J
      The distribution of xylem hydraulic resistance in the fruiting truss of tomato

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    12. Thomas, H; Ougham, H; Hortensteiner, S
      Recent advances in the cell biology of chlorophyll catabolism

      ADVANCES IN BOTANICAL RESEARCH, VOL 35
    13. Pich, A; Manteuffel, R; Hillmer, S; Scholz, G; Schmidt, W
      Fe homeostasis in plant cells: Does nicotianamine play multiple roles in the regulation of cytoplasmic Fe concentration?

      PLANTA
    14. Werner, M; Uehlein, N; Proksch, P; Kaldenhoff, R
      Characterization of two tomato aquaporins and expression during the incompatible interaction of tomato with the plant parasite Cuscuta reflexa

      PLANTA
    15. Barry, CS; Fox, EA; Yen, HC; Lee, S; Ying, TJ; Grierson, D; Giovannoni, JJ
      Analysis of the ethylene response in the epinastic mutant of tomato

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    16. Petreikov, M; Dai, N; Granot, D; Schaffer, AA
      Characterization of native and yeast-expressed tomato fruit fructokinase enzymes

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    17. Matsui, K; Fukutomi, S; Wilkinson, J; Hiatt, B; Knauff, V; Kajwara, T
      Effect of overexpression of fatty acid 9-hydroperoxide lyase in tomatoes (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.)

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY
    18. Atanassova, B; Daskalov, S; Shtereva, L; Balatcheva, E
      Anthocyanin mutations improving tomato and pepper tolerance to adverse climatic conditions

      EUPHYTICA
    19. Goto, T; Takaya, N; Yoshioka, N; Yoshida, Y; Kageyama, Y; Konishi, K
      Effects of water and nutrient stresses on reduction of vegetative growth in chrysanthemum grown under restricted root zone volume

      JOURNAL OF THE JAPANESE SOCIETY FOR HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE
    20. Philip, LJ; Posluszny, U; Klironomos, JN
      The influence of mycorrhizal colonization on the vegetative growth and sexual reproductive potential of Lythrum salicaria L.

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    21. Atkinson, CJ; Webster, AD; Vaughan, SP; Taylor, L; Kingswell, G
      Interactions between root restriction, irrigation and rootstock treatmentson 'Queen Cox' apple trees: Effects of soil and plant water relations

      JOURNAL OF HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE & BIOTECHNOLOGY
    22. Pego, JV; Smeekens, SCM
      Plant fructokinases: a sweet family get-together

      TRENDS IN PLANT SCIENCE
    23. Pendleton, RL
      Pre-inoculation by an arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus enhances male reproductive output of Cucurbita foetidissima

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCES
    24. Asai, T; Stone, JM; Heard, JE; Kovtun, Y; Yorgey, P; Sheen, J; Ausubel, FM
      Fumonisin B1-induced cell death in Arabidopsis protoplasts requires jasmonate-, ethylene-, and salicylate-dependent signaling pathways

      PLANT CELL
    25. Dumville, JC; Fry, SC
      Uronic acid-containing oligosaccharins: Their biosynthesis, degradation and signalling roles in non-diseased plant tissues

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    26. Jing, HC; Bergervoet, JHW; Jalink, H; Klooster, M; Du, SL; Bino, RJ; Hilhorst, HWM; Groot, SPC
      Cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.) seed performance as influenced by ovary and ovule position

      SEED SCIENCE RESEARCH
    27. Beckman, CH
      Phenolic-storing cells: keys to programmed cell death and periderm formation in wilt disease resistance and in general defence responses in plants?

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY
    28. Lemaire-Chamley, M; Petit, J; Causse, M; Raymond, P; Chevalier, C
      Identification of differentially expressed genes during early development of tomato fruit. Characterisation of a novel cDNA coding for a RAD23 protein

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    29. Bertin, N; Guichard, S; Leonardi, C; Longuenesse, JJ; Langlois, D; Navez, B
      Seasonal evolution of the quality of fresh glasshouse tomatoes under Mediterranean conditions, as affected by air vapour pressure deficit and plant fruit load

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    30. Navarrete, M; Jeannequin, B
      Effect of frequency of axillary bud pruning on vegetative growth and fruityield in greenhouse tomato crops

      SCIENTIA HORTICULTURAE
    31. Leonardi, C; Guichard, S; Bertin, N
      High vapour pressure deficit influences growth, transpiration and quality of tomato fruits

      SCIENTIA HORTICULTURAE
    32. Walker, DJ; Cerda, A; Martinez, V
      The effects of sodium chloride on ion transport in potassium-deficient tomato

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    33. Kalantari, KM; Smith, AR; Hall, MA
      The effect of water stress on 1-(malonylamino)cyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid concentration in plant tissues

      PLANT GROWTH REGULATION
    34. Berova, M; Zlatev, Z
      Physiological response and yield of paclobutrazol treated tomato plants (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.)

      PLANT GROWTH REGULATION
    35. Tonneijck, AEG; Jansen, BP; Bakker, C
      Assessing the effects of atmospheric ethylene on epinasty and tuber yield of potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) near polyethylene manufacturing plants

      ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT
    36. Thompson, AJ; Jackson, AC; Parker, RA; Morpeth, DR; Burbidge, A; Taylor, IB
      Abscisic acid biosynthesis in tomato: regulation of zeaxanthin epoxidase and 9-cis-epoxycarotenoid dioxygenase mRNAs by light/dark cycles, water stress and abscisic acid

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    37. Rengel, Z
      Manganese uptake and transport in plants

      METAL IONS IN BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS, VOL 37
    38. Sato, S; Peet, MM; Thomas, JF
      Physiological factors limit fruit set of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) under chronic, mild heat stress

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    39. Burgos, NR; Talbert, RE
      Differential activity of allelochemicals from Secale cereale in seedling bioassays

      WEED SCIENCE
    40. Doganlar, S; Frary, A; Tanksley, SD
      The genetic basis of seed-weight variation: tomato as a model system

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    41. Kolomiets, MV; Chen, H; Gladon, RJ; Braun, EJ; Hannapel, DJ
      A leaf lipoxygenase of potato induced specifically by pathogen infection

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    42. Wenzel, CL; Williamson, RE; Wasteneys, GO
      Gibberellin-induced changes in growth anisotropy precede gibberellin-dependent changes in cortical microtubule orientation in developing epidermal cells of barley leaves. Kinematic and cytological studies on a gibberellin-responsive dwarf mutant, M489

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    43. Liu, A; Hamel, C; Hamilton, RI; Smith, DL
      Mycorrhizae formation and nutrient uptake of new corn (Zea mays L.) hybrids with extreme canopy and leaf architecture as influenced by soil N and P levels

      PLANT AND SOIL
    44. Maul, F; Sargent, SA; Sims, CA; Baldwin, EA; Balaban, MO; Huber, DJ
      Tomato flavor and aroma quality as affected by storage temperature

      JOURNAL OF FOOD SCIENCE
    45. Powell, AA; Yule, LJ; Jing, HC; Groot, SPC; Bino, RJ; Pritchard, HW
      The influence of aerated hydration seed treatment on seed longevity as assessed by the viability equations

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    46. Bidel, LPR; Renault, P; Pages, L; Riviere, LM
      Mapping meristem respiration of Prunus persica (L.) Batsch seedlings: potential respiration of the meristems, O-2 diffusional constraints and combined effects on root growth

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    47. Franklin, G; Pius, PK; Ignacimuthu, S
      Factors affecting in vitro flowering and fruiting of green pea (Pisum sativum L.)

      EUPHYTICA
    48. Matthes-Sears, U; Larson, DW
      Limitations to seedling growth and survival by the quantity and quality ofrooting space: Implications for the establishment of Thuja occidentalis oncliff faces

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCES
    49. Navarre, DA; Wolpert, TJ
      Victorin induction of an apoptotic/senescence-like response in oats

      PLANT CELL
    50. Kochevenko, AS; Ratushnyak, YI; Korneev, DY; Stasik, OO; Shevchenko, VV; Kochubei, SM; Gleba, YY
      Photosynthetic apparatus in a cytoplasmic hybrid of cultured tomato carrying the nucleocytoplasmic incompatibility trait

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    51. Caines, AM; Shennan, C
      Interactive effects of Ca2+ and NaCl salinity on the growth of two tomato genotypes differing in Ca2+ use efficiency

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    52. Downie, B; Gurusinghe, S; Bradford, KJ
      Internal anatomy of individual tomato seeds: relationship to abscisic acidand germination physiology

      SEED SCIENCE RESEARCH
    53. Artes, F; Conesa, MA; Hernandez, S; Gil, MI
      Keeping quality of fresh-cut tomato

      POSTHARVEST BIOLOGY AND TECHNOLOGY
    54. Kim, J; Solomos, T; Gross, KC
      Changes in cell wall galactosyl and soluble galactose content in tomato fruit stored in low oxygen atmospheres

      POSTHARVEST BIOLOGY AND TECHNOLOGY
    55. O'Sullivan, J; Thomas, RJ; Bouw, WJ
      Effect of flumetsulam plus clopyralid soil residues on several vegetable crops and on sweet corn (Zea mays) cultivars grown in rotation

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    56. Foolad, MR
      Comparison of salt tolerance during seed germination and vegetative growthin tomato by QTL mapping

      GENOME
    57. Pien, H; Lemeur, R; De Cordt, W; Baets, W
      The use of TOMGRO as a simplified diagnostic tool for growers

      PROCEEDING OF THE THIRD INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON MODELS FOR PLANT GROWTH AND CONTROL OF THE SHOOT AND ROOT ENVIRONMENTS IN GREENHOUSES
    58. Willits, DH; Peet, MM
      Using chlorophyll fluorescence to model leaf photosynthesis in greenhouse pepper and tomato

      PROCEEDING OF THE THIRD INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON MODELS FOR PLANT GROWTH AND CONTROL OF THE SHOOT AND ROOT ENVIRONMENTS IN GREENHOUSES
    59. Tei, F; Benincasa, P; Guiducci, M
      Nitrogen fertilisation of lettuce, processing tomato and sweet pepper: Yield, nitrogen uptake and the risk of nitrate leaching

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON ECOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF VEGETABLE FERTILISATION IN INTEGRATED CROP PRODUCTION IN THE FIELD
    60. Izaguirre-Mayoral, M; de Mallorca, MS
      Responses of Rhizobium-inoculated and nitrogen-supplied Phaseolus vulgarisand Vigna unguiculata plants to root volume restriction

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    61. Zekki, H; Gary, C; Gosselin, A; Gauthier, L
      Validation of a photosynthesis model through the use of the CO2 balance ofa greenhouse tomato canopy

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    62. Romera, FJ; Alcantara, E; De la Guardia, MD
      Ethylene production by Fe-deficient roots and its involvement in the regulation of Fe-deficiency stress responses by strategy I plants

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    63. Auerswald, H; Schwarz, D; Kornelson, C; Krumbein, A; Bruckner, B
      Sensory analysis, sugar and acid content of tomato at different EC values of the nutrient solution

      SCIENTIA HORTICULTURAE
    64. Cuartero, J; Fernandez-Munoz, R
      Tomato and salinity

      SCIENTIA HORTICULTURAE
    65. McDonald, MB
      Seed deterioration: physiology, repair and assessment

      SEED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    66. Boscherini, G; Muleo, R; Montagni, G; Cinelli, F; Pellegrini, MG; Bernardini, M; Buiatti, M
      Characterization of salt tolerant plants derived from a Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. somaclone

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    67. Polking, GF; Hannapel, DJ; Gladon, RJ
      Regulation of glutamate-1-semialdehyde aminotransferase expression during tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) fruit development

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    68. Kuzniak, E; Sklodowska, M
      The effect of Botrytis cinerea infection on ascorbate-glutathione cycle intomato leaves

      PLANT SCIENCE
    69. Gawronska, H; Kielkiewicz, M
      Effect of the carmine spider mite (Acarida : Tetranychidae) infestation and mechanical injury on the level of ABA in tomato plants

      ACTA PHYSIOLOGIAE PLANTARUM
    70. Yu, JQ
      Allelopathic suppression of Pseudomonas solanacearum infection of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum) in a tomato-Chinese chive (Allium tuberosum) intercropping system

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY
    71. Kadir, JB; Charudattan, R; Stall, WM; Bewick, TA
      Effect of Dactylaria higginsii on interference of Cyperus rotundus with L-esculentum

      WEED SCIENCE
    72. Foolad, MR; Chen, FQ
      RFLP mapping of QTLs conferring salt tolerance during the vegetative stagein tomato

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    73. Kharkina, TG; Ottosen, CO; Rosenqvist, E
      Effects of root restriction on the growth and physiology of cucumber plants

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    74. Qin, XQ; Zeevaart, JAD
      The 9-cis-epoxycarotenoid cleavage reaction is the key regulatory step of abscisic acid biosynthesis in water-stressed bean

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    75. 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
    76. Cheng, ZY; Bradford, KJ
      Hydrothermal time analysis of tomato seed germination responses to primingtreatments

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    77. Gurusinghe, SH; Cheng, ZY; Bradford, KJ
      Cell cycle activity during seed priming is not essential for germination advancement in tomato

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    78. Schaffer, AA; Petreikov, M; Miron, D; Fogelman, M; Spiegelman, M; Bnei-Moshe, Z; Shen, S; Granot, D; Hadas, R; Dai, N; Levin, I; Bar, M; Friedman, M; Pilowsky, M; Gilboa, N; Chen, L
      Modification of carbohydrate content in developing tomato fruit

      HORTSCIENCE
    79. Hoffmann, S
      The effect of UV-radiation on colours of leaves and flowers of ornamental plants

      GARTENBAUWISSENSCHAFT
    80. HONG JH; GROSS KC
      SURFACE STERILIZATION OF WHOLE TOMATO FRUIT WITH SODIUM-HYPOCHLORITE INFLUENCES SUBSEQUENT POSTHARVEST BEHAVIOR OF FRESH-CUT SLICES

      Postharvest biology and technology
    81. HERSHENHORN J; PLAKHINE D; GOLDWASSER Y; WESTWOOD JH; FOY CL; KLEIFELD Y
      EFFECT OF SULFONYLUREA HERBICIDES ON EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF EGYPTIAN BROOMRAPE (OROBANCHE AEGYPTIACA) IN TOMATO (LYCOPERSICON-ESCULENTUM)

      Weed technology
    82. HERSHENHORN J; GOLDWASSER Y; PLAKHINE D; LAVAN Y; HERZLINGER G; GOLAN S; CHILF T; KLEIFELD Y
      EFFECT OF SULFONYLUREA HERBICIDES ON EGYPTIAN BROOMRAPE (OROBANCHE AEGYPTIACA) IN TOMATO (LYCOPERSICON-ESCULENTUM) UNDER GREENHOUSE CONDITIONS

      Weed technology
    83. MALMBERG RL; WATSON MB; GALLOWAY GL; YU W
      MOLECULAR-GENETIC ANALYSES OF PLANT POLYAMINES

      Critical reviews in plant sciences
    84. BERTIN N; GARY C
      SHORT AND LONG-TERM FLUCTUATIONS OF THE LEAF MASS PER AREA OF TOMATO PLANTS - IMPLICATIONS FOR GROWTH-MODELS

      Annals of botany (Print)
    85. Bryla, DR; Koide, RT
      Mycorrhizal response of two tomato genotypes relates to their ability to acquire and utilize phosphorus

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    86. ISMAIL MR; DAVIES WJ
      ROOT RESTRICTION AFFECTS LEAF GROWTH AND STOMATAL RESPONSE - THE ROLEOF XYLEM SAP ABA

      Scientia horticulturae
    87. KOSEGARTEN H; SCHWED U; WILSON G; MENGEL K
      COMPARATIVE INVESTIGATION ON THE SUSCEPTIBILITY OF FABA BEAN (VICIA-FABA L.) AND SUNFLOWER (HELIANTHUS-ANNUUS L.) TO IRON CHLOROSIS

      Journal of plant nutrition
    88. CHEN BY; JANES HW; GIANFAGNA T
      PCR CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF MULTIPLE ADP-GLUCOSE PYROPHOSPHORYLASE CDNAS FROM TOMATO

      PLANT SCIENCE
    89. Willits, DH; Peet, MM
      The effect of night temperature on greenhouse grown tomato yields in warm climates

      AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY
    90. BOSSE D; KOCK M
      INFLUENCE OF PHOSPHATE STARVATION ON PHOSPHOHYDROLASES DURING DEVELOPMENT OF TOMATO SEEDLINGS

      Plant, cell and environment
    91. BLOOM AJ; RANDALL LB; MEYERHOF PA; STCLAIR DA
      THE CHILLING SENSITIVITY OF ROOT AMMONIUM INFLUX IN A CULTIVATED AND WILD TOMATO

      Plant, cell and environment
    92. PEET MM; SATO S; GARDNER RG
      COMPARING HEAT-STRESS EFFECTS ON MALE-FERTILE AND MALE-STERILE TOMATOES

      Plant, cell and environment
    93. Foolad, MR; Chen, FQ; Lin, GY
      RFLP mapping of QTLs conferring salt tolerance during germination in an interspecific cross of tomato

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    94. LIU DH; ADLER K; STEPHAN UW
      IRON-CONTAINING PARTICLES ACCUMULATE IN ORGANELLES AND VACUOLES OF LEAF AND ROOT-CELLS IN THE NICOTIANAMINE-FREE TOMATO MUTANT CHLORONERVA

      Protoplasma
    95. AUDRAN C; BOREL C; FREY A; SOTTA B; MEYER C; SIMONNEAU T; MARIONPOLL A
      EXPRESSION STUDIES OF THE ZEAXANTHIN EPOXIDASE GENE IN NICOTIANA-PLUMBAGINIFOLIA

      Plant physiology (Bethesda)
    96. COENEN C; LOMAX TL
      THE DIAGEOTROPICA GENE DIFFERENTIALLY AFFECTS AUXIN AND CYTOKININ RESPONSES THROUGHOUT DEVELOPMENT IN TOMATO

      Plant physiology
    97. Krumbein, A; Auerswald, H
      Characterization of aroma volatiles in tomatoes by sensory analyses

      NAHRUNG-FOOD
    98. UNDERHILL SJR; MCLAUCHLAN RL; DAHLER JM; BERTRAM J
      FLAVEDO AND ALBEDO CHANGES IN EUREKA LEMONS CAUSED BY STATIC COMPRESSION AND IMPACT LOADING

      Journal of texture studies
    99. GARY C; BERTIN N; FROSSARD JS; LEBOT J
      HIGH MINERAL CONTENTS EXPLAIN THE LOW CONSTRUCTION COST OF LEAVES, STEMS AND FRUITS OF TOMATO PLANTS

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    100. GARY C; LEBOT J; FROSSARD JS; ANDRIOLO JL
      ONTOGENIC CHANGES IN THE CONSTRUCTION COST OF LEAVES, STEMS, FRUITS, AND ROOTS OF TOMATO PLANTS

      Journal of Experimental Botany


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