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    1. Pillonel, C
      Identification of a 2,6-dichloroisonicotinic-acid-sensitive protein kinasefrom tobacco by affinity chromatography on benzothiadiazole-sepharose and NIM-metal chelate adsorbent

      PEST MANAGEMENT SCIENCE
    2. Dilustro, JJ; Day, FP; Drake, BG
      Effects of elevated atmospheric CO2 on root decomposition in a scrub oak ecosystem

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    3. Sallas, L; Kainulainen, P; Utriainen, J; Holopainen, T; Holopainen, JK
      The influence of elevated O-3 and CO2 concentrations on secondary metabolites of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) seedlings

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    4. Simojoki, A
      Morphological responses of barley roots to soil compaction and modified supply of oxygen

      AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD SCIENCE IN FINLAND
    5. Bezemer, TM; Knight, KJ
      Unpredictable responses of garden snail (Helix aspersa) populations to climate change

      ACTA OECOLOGICA-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    6. Wilsey, BJ
      Effects of elevated CO2 on the response of Phleum pratense and Poa pratensis to aboveground defoliation and root-feeding nematodes

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCES
    7. Yalpani, N; Altier, DJ; Barbour, E; Cigan, AL; Scelonge, CJ
      Production of 6-methylsalicyclic acid by expression of a fungal polyketidesynthase activates disease resistance in tobacco

      PLANT CELL
    8. Valverde, PL; Fornoni, J; Nunez-Farfan, J
      Defensive role of leaf trichomes in resistance to herbivorous insects in Datura stramonium

      JOURNAL OF EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
    9. Melayah, D; Bonnivard, E; Chalhoub, B; Audeon, C; Grandbastien, MA
      The mobility of the tobacco Tnt1 retrotransposon correlates with its transcriptional activation by fungal factors

      PLANT JOURNAL
    10. Kloek, AP; Verbsky, ML; Sharma, SB; Schoelz, JE; Vogel, J; Klessig, DF; Kunkel, BN
      Resistance to Pseudomonas syringae conferred by an Arabidopsis thaliana coronatine-insensitive (coi1) mutation occurs through two distinct mechanisms

      PLANT JOURNAL
    11. Yoshioka, K; Nakashita, H; Klessig, DF; Yamaguchi, I
      Probenazole induces systemic acquired resistance in Arabidopsis with a novel type of action

      PLANT JOURNAL
    12. Santos, R; Herouart, D; Sigaud, S; Touati, D; Puppo, A
      Oxidative burst in alfalfa-Sinorhizobium meliloti symbiotic interaction

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    13. Paolacci, AR; D'Ovidio, R; Marabottini, R; Nali, C; Lorenzini, G; Abenavoli, MR; Badiani, M
      Ozone induces a differential accumulation of phenyalanine ammonia-lyase, chalcone synthase and chalcone isomerase RNA transcripts in sensitive and resistant bean cultivars

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    14. Morris, K; Ganf, GG
      The response of an emergent sedge Bolboschoenus medianus to salinity and nutrients

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    15. Schutz, M; Fangmeier, A
      Growth and yield responses of spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L. cv. Minaret) to elevated CO2 and water limitation

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    16. Mitchell-Olds, T
      Arabidopsis thaliana and its wild relatives: a model system for ecology and evolution

      TRENDS IN ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION
    17. Vazquez, MM; Azcon, R; Barea, JM
      Compatibility of a wild type and its genetically modified Sinorhizobium strain with two mycorrhizal fungi on Medicago species as affected by drought stress

      PLANT SCIENCE
    18. Luo, JP; Jiang, ST; Pan, LJ
      Enhanced somatic embryogenesis by salicylic acid of Astragalus adsurgens Pall.: relationship with H2O2 production and H2O2-metabolizing enzyme activities

      PLANT SCIENCE
    19. Valdenegro, M; Barea, JM; Azcon, R
      Influence of arbuscular-mycorrhizal fungi, Rhizobium meliloti strains and PGPR inoculation on the growth of Medicago arborea used as model legume forre-vegetation and biological reactivation in a semi-arid mediterranean area

      PLANT GROWTH REGULATION
    20. Griffith, JA; Price, KP; Martinko, EA
      A multivariate analysis of biophysical parameters of tallgrass prairie among land management practices and years

      ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT
    21. Murillo, I; Jaeck, E; Cordero, MJ; Segundo, BS
      Transcriptional activation of a maize calcium-dependent protein kinase gene in response to fungal elicitors and infection

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    22. Sonnleitner, MA; Gunthardt-Goerg, MS; Bucher-Wallin, IK; Attinger, W; Reis, S; Schulin, R
      Influence of soil type on the effects of elevated atmospheric CO2 and N deposition on the water balance and growth of a young spruce and beech forest

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    23. Grayston, SJ; Griffith, GS; Mawdsley, JL; Campbell, CD; Bardgett, RD
      Accounting for variability in soil microbial communities of temperate upland grassland ecosystems

      SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
    24. Rao, MV; Davis, KR
      The physiology of ozone induced cell death

      PLANTA
    25. Desikan, R; Mackerness, SAH; Hancock, JT; Neill, SJ
      Regulation of the Arabidopsis transcriptome by oxidative stress

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    26. Binet, MN; Humbert, C; Lecourieux, D; Vantard, M; Pugin, A
      Disruption of microtubular cytoskeleton induced by cryptogein, an elicitorof hypersensitive response in tobacco cells

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    27. Liao, H; Rubio, G; Yan, XL; Cao, AQ; Brown, KM; Lynch, JP
      Effect of phosphorus availability on basal root shallowness in common bean

      PLANT AND SOIL
    28. Ain-Lhout, F; Zunzunegui, M; Barradas, MCD; Tirado, R; Clavijo, A; Novo, FG
      Comparison of proline accumulation in two mediterranean shrubs subjected to natural and experimental water deficit

      PLANT AND SOIL
    29. Wilby, A; Shachak, M; Boeken, B
      Integration of ecosystem engineering and trophic effects of herbivores

      OIKOS
    30. Bueno, P; Soto, MJ; Rodriguez-Rosales, MP; Sanjuan, J; Olivares, J; Donaire, JP
      Time-course of lipoxygenase, antioxidant enzyme activities and H2O2 accumulation during the early stages of Rhizobium-legume symbiosis

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    31. Bethenod, O; Ruget, F; Katerji, N; Combe, L; Renard, D
      Impact of atmospheric CO2 concentration on water use efficiency of maize

      MAYDICA
    32. Finzi, AC; Allen, AS; DeLucia, EH; Ellsworth, DS; Schlesinger, WH
      Forest litter production, chemistry, and decomposition following two yearsof free-air CO2 enrichment

      ECOLOGY
    33. Morgan, JA; Skinner, RH; Hanson, JD
      Nitrogen and CO2 affect regrowth and biomass partitioning differently in forages of three functional groups

      CROP SCIENCE
    34. Saltz, D; Ward, D
      Responding to a three-pronged attack: desert lilies subject to herbivory by dorcas gazelles

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    35. Schortemeyer, M; Dijkstra, P; Johnson, DW; Drake, BG
      Effects of elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration on C and N pools and rhizosphere processes in a Florida scrub oak community

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    36. Curtis, PS; Vogel, CS; Wang, XZ; Pregitzer, KS; Zak, DR; Lussenhop, J; Kubiske, M; Teeri, JA
      Gas exchange, leaf nitrogen, and growth efficiency of Populus tremuloides in a CO2-enriched atmosphere

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    37. McDowell, JM; Cuzick, A; Can, C; Beynon, J; Dangl, JL; Holub, EB
      Downy mildew (Peronospora parasitica) resistance genes in Arabidopsis varyin functional requirements for NDR1, EDS1, NPR1 and salicylic acid accumulation

      PLANT JOURNAL
    38. Ruiz-Lozano, JM; Azcon, R
      Symbiotic efficiency and infectivity of an autochthonous arbuscular mycorrhizal Glomus sp from saline soils and Glomus deserticola under salinity

      MYCORRHIZA
    39. Nagy, M; Ogawa, K; Hagihara, A
      Interactive effect of CO2 enrichment and temperature on the photosynthesisof field-grown hinoki cypress (Chamaecyparis obtusa) branches

      TREES-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
    40. Clark, D; Durner, J; Navarre, DA; Klessig, DF
      Nitric oxide inhibition of tobacco catalase and ascorbate peroxidase

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    41. Chen, H; Chen, F
      Effect of yeast elicitor on the secondary metabolism of Ti-transformed Salvia miltiorrhiza cell suspension cultures

      PLANT CELL REPORTS
    42. Lehtila, K
      Modelling compensatory regrowth with bud dormancy and gradual activation of buds

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    43. Huhta, AP; Hellstrom, K; Rautio, P; Tuomi, J
      A test of the compensatory continuum: fertilization increases and below-ground competition decreases the grazing tolerance of tall wormseed mustard (Erysimum strictum)

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    44. Juenger, T; Lennartsson, T; Tuomi, J
      The evolution of tolerance to damage in Gentianella campestris: natural selection and the quantitative genetics of tolerance

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    45. Tiffin, P
      Mechanisms of tolerance to herbivore damage: what do we know?

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    46. Sandermann, H
      Ozone/biotic disease interactions: molecular biomarkers as a new experimental tool

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    47. Burkart, S; Manderscheid, R; Weigel, HJ
      Interacting effects of photosynthetic photon flux density and temperature on canopy CO2 exchange rate of spring wheat under different CO2-concentrations

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    48. Dat, JF; Lopez-Delgado, H; Foyer, CH; Scott, IM
      Effects of salicylic acid on oxidative stress and thermotolerance in tobacco

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    49. Donnelly, A; Jones, MB; Burke, JI; Schnieders, B
      Elevated CO2 provides protection from O-3 induced photosynthetic damage and chlorophyll loss in flag leaves of spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L., cv. 'Minaret')

      AGRICULTURE ECOSYSTEMS & ENVIRONMENT
    50. Alvarez, ME
      Salicylic acid in the machinery of hypersensitive cell death and disease resistance

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    51. Chen, CH; Chen, ZX
      Isolation and characterization of two pathogen- and salicylic acid-inducedgenes encoding WRKY DNA-binding proteins from tobacco

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    52. Zinser, C; Jungblut, T; Heller, W; Seidlitz, HK; Schnitzler, JP; Ernst, D; Sandermann, H
      The effect of ozone in Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.): gene expression, biochemical changes and interactions with UV-B radiation

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    53. Kuzniak, E; Urbanek, H
      The involvement of hydrogen peroxide in plant responses to stresses

      ACTA PHYSIOLOGIAE PLANTARUM
    54. Wu, DX; Wang, GX
      Interaction of CO2 enrichment and drought on growth, water use, and yield of broad bean (Vicia faba)

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    55. Gunse, B; Poschenrieder, C; Barcelo, J
      The role of ethylene metabolism in the short-term responses to aluminium by roots of two maize cultivars different in Al-resistance

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    56. Ayres, MP; Lombardero, MJ
      Assessing the consequences of global change for forest disturbance from herbivores and pathogens

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    57. Work, TT; McCullough, DG
      Lepidopteran communities in two forest ecosystems during the first gypsy moth outbreaks in northern Michigan

      ENVIRONMENTAL ENTOMOLOGY
    58. Plochl, M; Lyons, T; Ollerenshaw, J; Barnes, J
      Simulating ozone detoxification in the leaf apoplast through the direct reaction with ascorbate

      PLANTA
    59. Felix, G; Regenass, M; Boller, T
      Sensing of osmotic pressure changes in tomato cells

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    60. van der Luit, AH; Piatti, T; van Doorn, A; Musgrave, A; Felix, G; Boller, T; Munnik, T
      Elicitation of suspension-cultured tomato cells triggers the formation of phosphatidic acid and diacylglycerol pyrophosphate

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    61. Torbert, HA; Prior, SA; Rogers, HH; Wood, CW
      Review of elevated atmospheric CO2 effects on agro-ecosystems: residue decomposition processes and soil C storage

      PLANT AND SOIL
    62. 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
    63. De Ascensao, ARDCF; Dubery, IA
      Panama disease: Cell wall reinforcement in banana roots in response to elicitors from Fusarium oxysporum f. sp cubense race four

      PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    64. Pleijel, H; Gelang, J; Sild, E; Danielsson, H; Younis, S; Karlsson, PE; Wallin, G; Skarby, L; Sellden, G
      Effects of elevated carbon dioxide, ozone and water availability on springwheat growth and yield

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    65. Dolch, R; Tscharntke, T
      Defoliation of alders (Alnus glutinosa) affects herbivory by leaf beetles on undamaged neighbours

      OECOLOGIA
    66. Hochwender, CG; Marquis, RJ; Stowe, KA
      The potential for and constraints on the evolution of compensatory abilityin Asclepias syriaca

      OECOLOGIA
    67. Pritchard, SG; Rogers, HH
      Spatial and temporal deployment of crop roots in CO2-enriched environments

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    68. Pringle, A; Moncalvo, JM; Vilgalys, R
      High levels of variation in ribosomal DNA sequences within and among spores of a natural population of the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Acaulospora colossica

      MYCOLOGIA
    69. Hsiao, TC; Xu, LK
      Sensitivity of growth of roots versus leaves to water stress: biophysical analysis and relation to water transport

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    70. Turcsanyi, E; Lyons, T; Plochl, M; Barnes, J
      Does ascorbate in the mesophyll cell walls form the first line of defence against ozone? Testing the concept using broad bean (Vicia faba L.)

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    71. Hsiao, TC
      Leaf and root growth in relation to water status

      HORTSCIENCE
    72. Juenger, T; Bergelson, J
      The evolution of compensation to herbivory in scarlet gilia, Ipomopsis aggregata: Herbivore-imposed natural selection and the quantitative genetics of tolerance

      EVOLUTION
    73. Heagle, AS; Miller, JE; Pursley, WA
      Growth and yield responses of winter wheat to mixtures of ozone and carbondioxide

      CROP SCIENCE
    74. Palta, JA; Ludwig, C
      Elevated CO2 during pod filling increased seed yield but not harvest indexin indeterminate narrow-leafed lupin

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    75. Lortie, CJ; Aarssen, LW
      Fitness consequences of branching in Verbascum thapsus (Scrophulariaceae)

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    76. Friedlingstein, P; Joel, G; Field, CB; Fung, IY
      Toward an allocation scheme for global terrestrial carbon models

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    77. Saleska, SR; Harte, J; Torn, MS
      The effect of experimental ecosystem warming on CO2 fluxes in a montane meadow

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    78. Tognetti, R; Johnson, JD
      Responses to elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration and nitrogen supply ofQuercus ilex L-seedlings from a coppice stand growing at a natural CO2 spring

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    79. Tognetti, R; Johnson, JD
      Responses of growth, nitrogen and carbon partitioning to elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration in live oak (Quercus virginiana Mill.) seedlings in relation to nutrient supply

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    80. Bender, J; Hertstein, U; Black, CR
      Growth and yield responses of spring wheat to increasing carbon dioxide, ozone and physiological stresses: a statistical analysis 'ESPACE-wheat' results

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF AGRONOMY
    81. van Oijen, M; Ewert, F
      The effects of climatic variation in Europe on the yield response of spring wheat cv. Minaret to elevated CO2 and O-3: an analysis of open-top chamber experiments by means of two crop growth simulation models

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF AGRONOMY
    82. Heiden, AC; Hoffmann, T; Kahl, J; Kley, D; Klockow, D; Langebartels, C; Mehlhorn, H; Sandermann, H; Schraudner, M; Schuh, G; Wildt, J
      Emission of volatile organic compounds from ozone-exposed plants

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    83. Zhou, N; Tootle, TL; Glazebrook, J
      Arabidopsis PAD3, a gene required for camalexin biosynthesis, encodes a putative cytochrome P450 monooxygenase

      PLANT CELL
    84. Tarchevsky, IA; Maksyutova, NN; Yakovleva, VG; Grechkin, AN
      Succinic acid is a mimetic of salicylic acid

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    85. White, JA; Charvat, I
      The mycorrhizal status of an emergent aquatic, Lythrum salicaria L., at different levels of phosphorus availability

      MYCORRHIZA
    86. Kubo, A; Aono, M; Nakajima, N; Saji, H; Tanaka, K; Kondo, N
      Differential responses in activity of antioxidant enzymes to different environmental stresses in Arabidopsis thaliana

      JOURNAL OF PLANT RESEARCH
    87. Mhiri, C; De Wit, PJGM; Grandbastien, MA
      Activation of the promoter of the Tnt1 retrotransposon in tomato after inoculation with the fungal pathogen Cladosporium fulvum

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    88. McDonald, KL; Cahill, DM
      Evidence for a transmissible factor that causes rapid stomatal closure in soybean at sites adjacent to and remote from hypersensitive cell death induced by Phytophthora sojae

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY
    89. Jach, ME; Ceulemans, R
      Effects of elevated atmospheric CO2 on phenology, growth and crown structure of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) seedlings after two years of exposure in the field

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    90. Norton, LR; Firbank, LG; Gray, AJ; Watkinson, AR
      Responses to elevated temperature and CO2 in the perennial grass Agrostis curtisii in relation to population origin

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    91. Tang, Y; Chevone, BI; Hess, JL
      Ozone-responsive proteins in a tolerant and sensitive clone of white clover (Trifolium repens)

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    92. Hudak, C; Bender, J; Weigel, HJ; Miller, J
      Interactive effects of elevated CO2, O-3, and soil water deficit on springwheat (Triticum aestivum L-cv. Nandu)

      AGRONOMIE
    93. Van Pee, M; Berckmans, D
      Quality of modelling plant responses for environment control purposes

      COMPUTERS AND ELECTRONICS IN AGRICULTURE
    94. Desmet, PG; Cowling, RM
      Patch creation by fossorial rodents: a key process in the revegetation of phytotoxic arid soils

      JOURNAL OF ARID ENVIRONMENTS
    95. Houpis, JLJ; Anderson, PD; Pushnik, JC; Anschel, DJ
      Among-provenance variability of gas exchange and growth in response to long-term elevated CO2 exposure

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    96. Runion, GB; Mitchell, RJ; Green, TH; Prior, SA; Rogers, HH; Gjerstad, DH
      Longleaf pine photosynthetic response to soil resource availability and elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
    97. Heagle, AS; Booker, FL; Miller, JE; Pursley, WA; Stefanski, LA
      Influence of daily carbon dioxide exposure duration and root environment on soybean response to elevated carbon dioxide

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
    98. Andersson, TN; Lundegardh, B
      Growth of field horsetail (Equisetum arvense) under low light and low nitrogen conditions

      WEED SCIENCE
    99. Kauss, H; Fauth, M; Merten, A; Jeblick, W
      Cucumber hypocotyls respond to cutin monomers via both an inducible and a constitutive H2O2-generating system

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    100. Xie, ZX; Chen, ZX
      Salicylic acid induces rapid inhibition of mitochondrial electron transport and oxidative phosphorylation in tobacco cells

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY


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