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    1. Ng, M; Yanofsky, MF
      Function and evolution of the plant MADS-box gene family

      NATURE REVIEWS GENETICS
    2. Shabala, S; Wilson, S
      Fluctuations in light intensity modulate ion fluxes from grape berry mesocarp: direct evidence from microelectrode ion flux estimations

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF GRAPE AND WINE RESEARCH
    3. Day, FP; Crawford, ER; Dilustro, JJ
      Aboveground plant biomass change along a coastal barrier island dune chronosequence over a six-year period

      JOURNAL OF THE TORREY BOTANICAL SOCIETY
    4. Ebi, GC; Kamalu, TN
      Phytochemical and antimicrobial properties of constituents of 'Ogwu Odenigbo', a popular Nigerian herbal medicine for typhoid fever

      PHYTOTHERAPY RESEARCH
    5. Bouma, TJ; Nielsen, KL; Van Hal, J; Koutstaal, B
      Root system topology and diameter distribution of species from habitats differing in inundation frequency

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    6. Lara, C; Ornelas, JF
      Nectar 'theft' by hummingbird flower mites and its consequences for seed set in Moussonia deppeana

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    7. Hashimoto, K; Sato, N
      Characterization of the mitochondrial nad7 gene in Physcomitrella patens: Similarity with angiosperm nad7 genes

      PLANT SCIENCE
    8. Hara, K; Sugita, M; Aoki, S
      Cloning and characterization of the cDNA for a plastid sigma factor(1) from the moss Physcomitrella patens

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-GENE STRUCTURE AND EXPRESSION
    9. Gonneau, M; Pagant, S; Brun, F; Laloue, M
      Photoaffinity labelling with the cytokinin agonist azido-CPPU of a 34 kDa peptide of the intracellular pathogenesis-related protein family in the moss Physcomitrella patens

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    10. Miller, WD; Neubauer, SC; Anderson, IC
      Effects of sea level induced disturbances on high salt marsh metabolism

      ESTUARIES
    11. Mendelssohn, IA; McKee, KL; Kong, T
      A comparison of physiological indicators of sublethal cadmium stress in wetland plants

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    12. Hester, MW; Mendelssohn, IA; McKee, KL
      Species and population variation to salinity stress in Panicum hemitomon, Spartina patens, and Spartina alterniflora: morphological and physiologicalconstraints

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    13. Pezeshki, SR
      Wetland plant responses to soil flooding

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    14. Sato, Y; Wada, M; Kadota, A
      External Ca2+ is essential for chloroplast movement induced by mechanical stimulation but not by light stimulation

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    15. Ingvardsen, C; Veierskov, B
      Ubiquitin- and proteasome-dependent proteolysis in plants

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    16. Pennings, SC; Moore, DJ
      Zonation of shrubs in western Atlantic salt marshes

      OECOLOGIA
    17. Thiessen, G; Munster, T; Henschel, K
      Why don't mosses flower?

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    18. Sato, Y; Wada, M; Kadota, A
      Choice of tracks, microtubules and/or actin filaments for chloroplast photo-movement is differentially controlled by phytochrome and a blue light receptor

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    19. Hara, K; Morita, M; Takahashi, R; Sugita, M; Kato, S; Aoki, S
      Characterization of two genes, Sig1 and Sig2, encoding distinct plastid sigma factors(1) in the moss Physcomitrella patens: phylogenetic relationships to plastid sigma factors in higher plants

      FEBS LETTERS
    20. La Peyre, MKG; Grace, JB; Hahn, E; Mendelssohn, IA
      The importance of competition in regulating plant species abundance along a salinity gradient

      ECOLOGY
    21. Garcia-Franco, JG; Burgoa, DM; Perez, TM
      Hummingbird flower mites and Tillandsia spp. (Bromeliaceae): Polyphagy in a cloud forest of Veracruz, Mexico

      BIOTROPICA
    22. Oliver, MJ; Velten, J; Wood, AJ
      Bryophytes as experimental models for the study of environmental stress tolerance: Tortula ruralis and desiccation-tolerance in mosses

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    23. Lee, X; Benoit, G; Hu, XZ
      Total gaseous mercury concentration and flux over a coastal saltmarsh vegetation in Connecticut, USA

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    24. Nishiyama, T; Hiwatashi, Y; Sakakibara, K; Kato, M; Hasebe, M
      Tagged mutagenesis and gene-trap in the moss, Physcomitrella patens by shuttle mutagenesis

      DNA RESEARCH
    25. Pezeshki, SR; Anderson, PH; DeLaune, RD
      Effects of nursery pre-conditioning on Panicum hemitomon and Sagittaria lancifolia used for wetland restoration

      RESTORATION ECOLOGY
    26. Takenaka, M; Yamaoka, S; Hanajiri, T; Shimizu-Ueda, Y; Yamato, KT; Fukuzawa, H; Ohyama, K
      Direct transformation and plant regeneration of the haploid liverwort Marchantia polymorpha L.

      TRANSGENIC RESEARCH
    27. Kranz, H; Scholz, K; Weisshaar, B
      c-MYB oncogene-like genes encoding three MYB repeats occur in all major plant lineages

      PLANT JOURNAL
    28. Kataoka, H; Takahashi, F; Ootaki, T
      Bimodal polarotropism of Vaucheria to polarized blue light: Parallel polarotropism at high fluence rate corresponds to negative phototropism

      JOURNAL OF PLANT RESEARCH
    29. Neff, MM; Fankhauser, C; Chory, J
      Light: an indicator of time and place

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    30. Cove, D
      The moss, Physcomitrella patens

      JOURNAL OF PLANT GROWTH REGULATION
    31. Bailac, PN; Dellacasa, AD; Bernasconi, HO; Firpo, NH; Ponzi, MI
      Composition of the essential oil and antimicrobial activity of Eupatorium patens.

      BOLETIN DE LA SOCIEDAD CHILENA DE QUIMICA
    32. Krol, E; Trebacz, K
      Ways of ion channel gating in plant cells

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    33. Zank, TK; Zahringer, U; Lerchl, J; Heinz, E
      Cloning and functional expression of the first plant fatty acid elongase specific for Delta(6)-polyunsaturated fatty acids

      BIOCHEMICAL SOCIETY TRANSACTIONS
    34. Otero, XL; Sanchez, JM; Macias, F
      Nutrient status in tall and short forms of Spartina maritima in the salt marshes of ortigueira (NW Iberian Peninsula) as related to physicochemical properties of the soils

      WETLANDS
    35. Schulz, P; Reski, R; Maldiney, R; Laloue, M; von Schwartzenberg, K
      Kinetics of cytokinin production and bud formation in Physcomitrella: Analysis of wild type, a developmental mutant and two of its ipt transgenics

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    36. Spalding, EP
      Ion channels and the transduction of light signals

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    37. Tan, KH; Nishida, R
      Mutual reproductive benefits between a wild orchid, Bulbophyllum patens, and Bactrocera fruit flies via a floral synomone

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY
    38. Brucker, G; Zeidler, M; Kohchi, T; Hartmann, E; Lamparter, T
      Microinjection of heme oxygenase genes rescues phytochrome-chromophore-deficient mutants of the moss Ceratodon purpureus

      PLANTA
    39. Ashton, NW; Champagne, CEM; Weiler, T; Verkoczy, LK
      The bryophyte Physcomitrella patens replicates extrachromosomal transgenicelements

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    40. Cove, DJ
      The generation and modification of cell polarity

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    41. Castillo, JM; Fernandez-Baco, L; Castellanos, EM; Luque, CJ; Figueroa, ME; Davy, AJ
      Lower limits of Spartina densiflora and S-maritima in a Mediterranean saltmarsh determined by different ecophysiological tolerances

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    42. Pennings, SC; Callaway, RM
      The advantages of clonal integration under different ecological conditions: A community-wide test

      ECOLOGY
    43. Wood, AJ; Oliver, MJ; Cove, DJ
      Bryophytes as model systems

      BRYOLOGIST
    44. Ortiz-Pulido, R; Laborde, J; Guevara, S
      Fruit-eating habits of birds in a fragmented landscape: Implications for seed dispersal

      BIOTROPICA
    45. Colwell, RK
      Rensch's rule crosses the line: Convergent allometry of sexual size dimorphism in hummingbirds and flower mites

      AMERICAN NATURALIST
    46. Chabbi, A; McKee, KL; Mendelssohn, IA
      Fate of oxygen losses from Typha domingensis (Typhaceae) and Cladium jamaicense (Cyperaceae) and consequences for root metabolism

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    47. Falciatore, A; Casotti, R; Leblanc, C; Abrescia, C; Bowler, C
      Transformation of nonselectable reporter genes in marine diatoms

      MARINE BIOTECHNOLOGY
    48. Zimmermann, S; Ehrhardt, T; Plesch, G; Muller-Rober, B
      Ion channels in plant signaling

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
    49. Sanders, D; Brownlee, C; Harper, JF
      Communicating with calcium

      PLANT CELL
    50. Cho, SH; Chung, YS; Cho, SK; Rim, YW; Shin, JS
      Particle bombardment mediated transformation and GFP expression in the moss Physcomitrella patens

      MOLECULES AND CELLS
    51. Barbier-Brygoo, H; Frachisse, JM; Colcombet, J; Thomine, S
      Anion channels and hormone signalling in plant cells

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    52. Houba-Herin, N; Pethe, C; d'Alayer, J; Laloue, M
      Cytokinin oxidase from Zea mays: purification, cDNA cloning and expressionin moss protoplasts

      PLANT JOURNAL
    53. Fu, HY; Girod, PA; Doelling, JH; van Nocker, S; Hochstrasser, M; Finley, D; Vierstra, RD
      Structure and functional analyses of the 26S proteasome subunits from plants - Plant 26S proteasome

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY REPORTS
    54. O'Brien, DL; Freshwater, DW
      Genetic diversity within tall form Spartina alterniflora Loisel. Along theAtlantic and Gulf coasts of the United States

      WETLANDS
    55. Carter, J; Foote, AL; Johnson-Randall, LA
      Modeling the effects of nutria (Myocastor coypus) on wetland loss

      WETLANDS
    56. Andreeva, AV; Kutuzov, MA
      Physcomitrella patens gene/cDNA fragments related to genes encoding protein Ser/Thr phosphatases

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    57. Zeidler, M; Hartmann, E; Hughes, J
      Transgene expression in the moss Ceratodon purpureus

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    58. Bortolus, A; Iribarne, O
      Effects of the SW Atlantic burrowing crab Chasmagnathus granulata on a Spartina salt marsh

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    59. Sorrell, BK
      Effect of external oxygen demand on radial oxygen loss by Juncus roots in titanium citrate solutions

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    60. Walter, DE; Behan-Pelletier, V
      Mites in forest canopies: Filling the size distribution shortfall?

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF ENTOMOLOGY
    61. Esch, H; Hartmann, E; Cove, D; Wada, M; Lamparter, T
      Phytochrome-controlled phototropism of protonemata of the moss Ceratodon purpureus: physiology of the wild type and class 2 ptr-mutants

      PLANTA
    62. Kern, VD; Sack, FD
      Irradiance-dependent regulation of gravitropism by red light in protonemata of the moss Ceratodon purpureus

      PLANTA
    63. Reski, R
      Molecular genetics of Physcomitrella

      PLANTA
    64. Shabala, S; Newman, I
      Light-induced changes in hydrogen, calcium, potassium, and chloride ion fluxes and concentrations from the mesophyll and epidermal tissues of bean leaves. Understanding the Ionic basis of light-induced bioelectrogenesis

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    65. Machuka, J; Bashiardes, S; Ruben, E; Spooner, K; Cuming, A; Knight, C; Cove, D
      Sequence analysis of expressed sequence tags from an ABA-treated cDNA library identifies stress response genes in the moss Physcomitrella patens

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    66. Kadota, A; Wada, M
      Red light-aphototropic (rap) mutants lack red light-induced chloroplast relocation movement in the fern Adiantum capillus-veneris

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    67. Szarek, I; Trebacz, K
      The role of light-induced membrane potential changes in guttation in gametophytes of Asplenium trichomanes

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    68. Krol, E; Trebacz, K
      Calcium-dependent voltage transients evoked by illumination in the liverwort Conocephalum conicum

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    69. Seidel, V; Bailleul, F; Waterman, PG
      Partially acetylated tri- and tetrarhamnoside dodecanyl ether derivatives from Cleistopholis patens

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    70. Hofmann, AH; Codon, AC; Ivascu, C; Russo, VEA; Knight, C; Cove, D; Schaefer, DG; Chakhparonian, M; Zryd, JP
      A specific member of the Cab multigene family can be efficiently targeted and disrupted in the moss Physcomitrella patens

      MOLECULAR AND GENERAL GENETICS
    71. Kim, JD; Jugsujinda, A; Carbonell-Barrachina, AA; DeLaune, RD; Patrick, WH
      Physiological functions and methane and oxygen exchange in Koreas rice cultivars grown under controlled soil redox potential

      BOTANICAL BULLETIN OF ACADEMIA SINICA
    72. CARBONELL AK; AARABI MA; DELAUNE RD; GAMBRELL RP; PATRICK WH
      BIOAVAILABILITY AND UPTAKE OF ARSENIC BY WETLAND VEGETATION - EFFECTSON PLANT-GROWTH AND NUTRITION

      Journal of environmental science and health. Part A: Environmental science and engineering
    73. COOKE JC; LEFOR MW
      THE MYCORRHIZAL STATUS OF SELECTED PLANT-SPECIES FROM CONNECTICUT WETLANDS AND TRANSITION ZONES

      Restoration ecology
    74. HESTER MW; MENDELSSOHN IA; MCKEE KL
      INTRASPECIFIC VARIATION IN SALT TOLERANCE AND MORPHOLOGY IN PANICUM HEMITOMON AND SPARTINA-ALTERNIFLORA (POACEAE)

      International journal of plant sciences
    75. SCHUMAKER KS; DIETRICH MA
      HORMONE-INDUCED SIGNALING DURING MOSS DEVELOPMENT

      Annual review of plant physiology and plant molecular biology
    76. VONSCHWARTZENBERG K; KRUSE S; RESKI R; MOFFATT B; LALOUE M
      CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF AN ADENOSINE KINASE FROM PHYSCOMITRELLA INVOLVED IN CYTOKININ METABOLISM

      Plant journal
    77. RESKI R
      DEVELOPMENT, GENETICS AND MOLECULAR-BIOLOGY OF MOSSES

      Botanica acta
    78. SKLAR FH; BROWDER JA
      COASTAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS BROUGHT ABOUT BY ALTERATIONS TO FRESH-WATER FLOW IN THE GULF-OF-MEXICO

      Environmental management
    79. BALDWIN AH; MENDELSSOHN IA
      EFFECTS OF SALINITY AND WATER-LEVEL ON COASTAL MARSHES - AN EXPERIMENTAL TEST OF DISTURBANCE AS A CATALYST FOR VEGETATION CHANGE

      Aquatic botany
    80. LAMPARTER T; BRUCKER G; ESCH H; HUGHES J; MEISTER A; HARTMANN E
      SOMATIC HYBRIDIZATION WITH APHOTOTROPIC MUTANTS OF THE MOSS CERATODONPURPUREUS - GENOME SIZE, PHYTOCHROME PHOTOREVERSIBILITY, TIP-CELL PHOTOTROPISM AND CHLOROPHYLL REGULATION

      Journal of plant physiology
    81. REUTTER K; ATZORN R; HADELER B; SCHMULLING T; RESKI R
      EXPRESSION OF THE BACTERIAL IPT GENE IN PHYSCOMITRELLA RESCUES MUTATIONS IN BUDDING AND IN PLASTID DIVISION

      Planta
    82. LAMPARTER T; HUGHES J; HARTMANN E
      BLUE LIGHT-REVERSED AND GENETICALLY-REVERSED GRAVITROPIC RESPONSE IN PROTONEMATA OF THE MOSS CERATODON-PURPUREUS

      Planta
    83. CARBONELLBARRACHINA AA; AARABI MA; DELAUNE RD; GAMBRELL RP; PATRICK WH
      THE INFLUENCE OF ARSENIC CHEMICAL FORM AND CONCENTRATION ON SPARTINA PATENS AND SPARTINA-ALTERNIFLORA GROWTH AND TISSUE ARSENIC CONCENTRATION

      Plant and soil
    84. WU JL; SELISKAR DM; GALLAGHER JL
      STRESS TOLERANCE IN THE MARSH PLANE SPARTINA PATENS - IMPACT OF NACL ON GROWTH AND ROOT PLASMA-MEMBRANE LIPID-COMPOSITION

      Physiologia Plantarum
    85. BALDWIN AH; MENDELSSOHN IA
      RESPONSE OF 2 OLIGOHALINE MARSH COMMUNITIES TO LETHAL AND NONLETHAL DISTURBANCE

      Oecologia
    86. Gough, L; Grace, JB
      Effects of flooding, salinity and herbivory on coastal plant communities, Louisiana, United States

      OECOLOGIA
    87. STREPP R; SCHOLZ S; KRUSE S; SPETH V; RESKI R
      PLANT NUCLEAR GENE KNOCKOUT REVEALS A ROLE IN PLASTID DIVISION FOR THE HOMOLOG OF THE BACTERIAL-CELL DIVISION PROTEIN FTSZ, AN ANCESTRAL TUBULIN

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    88. ORNES WH; SAJWAN KS; LOGANATHAN BG; CHETTY CS
      COMPARISON OF SELECTED ELEMENT CONCENTRATIONS IN TALL AND SHORT FORMSOF SPARTINA-ALTERNIFLORA

      Marine pollution bulletin
    89. CACERES EJ; PARODI ER
      FINE-STRUCTURE OF ZOOSPOROGENESIS, ZOOSPORE GERMINATION, AND EARLY GAMETOPHYTE DEVELOPMENT IN CLADOPHORA-SURERA (CLADOPHORALES, CHLOROPHYTA)

      Journal of phycology
    90. HUTTON JL; KNIGHT CD; MILLNER PA
      THE PHYSCOMITRELLA-PATENS GP-ALPHA-1 HOMOLOG IS LOCATED AT PROTONEMALCELL-JUNCTIONS

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    91. WU JL; SELISKAR DM
      SALINITY ADAPTATION OF PLASMA-MEMBRANE H-ATPASE IN THE SALT-MARSH PLANT SPARTINA PATENS - ATP HYDROLYSIS AND ENZYME-KINETICS()

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    92. BREWER JS; LEVINE JM; BERTNESS MD
      INTERACTIVE EFFECTS OF ELEVATION AND BURIAL WITH WRACK ON PLANT COMMUNITY STRUCTURE IN SOME RHODE-ISLAND SALT MARSHES

      Journal of Ecology
    93. VOGEL JP; SCHUERMAN P; WOESTE K; BRANDSTATTER I; KIEBER JJ
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF ARABIDOPSIS MUTANTS DEFECTIVE IN THE INDUCTION OF ETHYLENE BIOSYNTHESIS BY CYTOKININ

      Genetics
    94. GOUGH L; GRACE JB
      HERBIVORE EFFECTS ON PLANT-SPECIES DENSITY AT VARYING PRODUCTIVITY LEVELS

      Ecology
    95. SANCHEZ JM; OTERO XL; IZCO J
      RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN VEGETATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS INA SALT-MARSH SYSTEM ON THE COAST OF NORTHWEST SPAIN

      Plant ecology
    96. COVE DJ; KNIGHT CD; LAMPARTER T
      MOSSES AS MODEL SYSTEMS

      Trends in plant science
    97. SCHUMAKER KS; DIETRICH MA
      PROGRAMMED CHANGES IN FORM DURING MOSS DEVELOPMENT

      The Plant cell
    98. LESSMANN JM; MENDELSSOHN IA; HESTER MW; MCKEE KL
      POPULATION VARIATION IN GROWTH-RESPONSE TO FLOODING OF 3 MARSH GRASSES

      Ecological engineering
    99. KAGAWA T; LAMPARTER T; HARTMANN E; WADA M
      PHYTOCHROME-MEDIATED BRANCH FORMATION IN PROTONEMATA OF THE MOSS CERATODON PURPUREUS

      Journal of plant research
    100. WHITE WA; MORTON RA
      WETLAND LOSSES RELATED TO FAULT MOVEMENT AND HYDROCARBON PRODUCTION, SOUTHEASTERN TEXAS COAST

      Journal of coastal research


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