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    1. Xia, LQ; Guo, SD
      Integration and inheritance stability of foreign Bt toxin gene in the bivalent insect-resistant transgenic cotton plants

      CHINESE SCIENCE BULLETIN
    2. Ragazzi, A; Moricca, S; Dellavalle, I; Turco, E
      Fusarium eumartii growth in resistant and susceptible oak species

      JOURNAL OF PHYTOPATHOLOGY-PHYTOPATHOLOGISCHE ZEITSCHRIFT
    3. Turnbull, AP; Rafferty, JB; Sedelnikova, SE; Slabas, AR; Schierer, TP; Kroon, JTM; Nishida, J; Murata, N; Simon, JW; Rice, DW
      Crystallization and preliminary X-ray analysis of the glycerol-3-phosphate1-acyltransferase from squash (Cucurbita moschata)

      ACTA CRYSTALLOGRAPHICA SECTION D-BIOLOGICAL CRYSTALLOGRAPHY
    4. Couty, A; de la Vina, G; Clark, SJ; Kaiser, L; Pham-Delegue, MH; Poppy, GM
      Direct and indirect sublethal effects of Galanthus nivalis agglutinin (GNA) on the development of a potato-aphid parasitoid, Aphelinus abdominalis (Hymenoptera : Aphelinidae)

      JOURNAL OF INSECT PHYSIOLOGY
    5. Couty, A; Down, RE; Gatehouse, AMR; Kaiser, L; Pham-Delegue, MH; Poppy, GM
      Effects of artificial diet containing GNA and GNA-expressing potatoes on the development of the aphid parasitoid Aphidius ervi Haliday (Hymenoptera :Aphidiidae)

      JOURNAL OF INSECT PHYSIOLOGY
    6. Couty, A; Poppy, GM
      Does host-feeding on GNA-intoxicated aphids by Aphelinus abdominalis affect their longevity and/or fecundity?

      ENTOMOLOGIA EXPERIMENTALIS ET APPLICATA
    7. Kaniuga, Z; Saczynska, V; Miskiewcz, E; Garstka, M
      The fatty acid composition of phosphatidylglycerol and sulfoquinovosyldiacylglycerol of Zea mays genotypes differing in chilling susceptibility

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    8. Kaniuga, Z; Saczynska, V; Miskiewicz, E; Garstka, M
      Changes in fatty acids of leaf polar lipids during chilling and post-chilling rewarming of Zea mays genotypes differing in response to chilling

      ACTA PHYSIOLOGIAE PLANTARUM
    9. Kaniuga, Z; Sqczynska, Y; Miskiewicz, E; Garstka, M
      Degradation of leaf polar lipids during chilling and post-chilling rewarming of Zea mays genotypes reflects differences in their response to chillingstress. The role of galactolipase

      ACTA PHYSIOLOGIAE PLANTARUM
    10. Malone, LA; Burgess, EPJ; Stefanovic, D
      Effects of a Bacillus thuringiensis toxin, two Bacillus thuringiensis biopesticide formulations, and a soybean trypsin inhibitor on honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) survival and food consumption

      APIDOLOGIE
    11. Verslues, PE; Sharp, RE
      Proline accumulation in maize (Zea mays L.) primary roots at low water potentials. II. Metabolic source of increased proline deposition in the elongation zone

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    12. Gavidia, I; Perez-Bermudez, P
      Variants of Digitalis obscura from irradiated shoot tips

      EUPHYTICA
    13. Hilbeck, A; Bigler, F
      Long-term questions related to agroecological effects of transgenic Bt-crops

      METHODS FOR RISK ASSESSMENT OF TRANSGENIC PLANTS, VOL III
    14. YOKOI S; HIGASHI S; KISHITANI S; MURATA N; TORIYAMA K
      INTRODUCTION OF THE CDNA FOR ARABIDOPSIS GLYCEROL-3-PHOSPHATE ACYLTRANSFERASE (GPAT) CONFERS UNSATURATION OF FATTY-ACIDS AND CHILLING TOLERANCE OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS ON RICE

      Molecular breeding
    15. SONOIKE K
      VARIOUS ASPECTS OF INHIBITION OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS UNDER LIGHT CHILLING STRESS - PHOTOINHIBITION AT CHILLING TEMPERATURES VERSUS CHILLING DAMAGE IN THE LIGHT/

      Journal of plant research
    16. KANIUGA Z; SACZYNSKA V; MISKIEWICZ E
      GALACTOLIPASE ACTIVITY BUT NOT THE LEVEL OF HIGH-MELTING-POINT PHOSPHATIDYLGLYCEROL IS RELATED TO CHILLING TOLERANCE IN DIFFERENTIALLY SENSITIVE ZEA-MAYS INBRED LINES

      Plant cell reports
    17. BERTIN P; BULLENS P; BOUHARMONT J; KINET JM
      SOMACLONAL VARIATION AND CHILLING TOLERANCE IMPROVEMENT IN RICE - CHANGES IN FATTY-ACID COMPOSITION

      Plant growth regulation
    18. HILBECK A; MOAR WJ; PUSZTAICAREY M; FILIPPINI A; BIGLER F
      TOXICITY OF BACILLUS-THURINGIENSIS CRY1AB TOXIN TO THE PREDATOR CHRYSOPERLA-CARNEA (NEUROPTERA, CHRYSOPIDAE)

      Environmental entomology
    19. FUJITA T; MAGGIO A; GARCIARIOS M; BRESSAN RA; CSONKA LN
      COMPARATIVE-ANALYSIS OF THE REGULATION OF EXPRESSION AND STRUCTURES OF 2 EVOLUTIONARILY DIVERGENT GENES FOR DELTA(1)-PYRROLINE-5-CARBOXYLATE SYNTHETASE FROM TOMATO

      Plant physiology (Bethesda)
    20. MALONE LA; BURGESS EPJ; CHRISTELLER JT; GATEHOUSE HS
      IN-VIVO RESPONSES OF HONEY-BEE MIDGUT PROTEASES TO 2 PROTEASE INHIBITORS FROM POTATO

      Journal of insect physiology
    21. WEDGE DE; TAINTER FH
      IN-VITRO DETECTION OF CORNUS-FLORIDA CALLUS INSENSITIVE TO TOXIC METABOLITES OF DISCULA-DESTRUCTIVA

      In vitro cellular & developmental biology. Plant
    22. YU HL; WILLEMOT C
      EFFECT OF CHILLING ON LIPID BIOSYNTHESIS IN TOMATO PERICARP DISKS

      PLANT SCIENCE
    23. XU YN; SIEGENTHALER PA
      LOW-TEMPERATURE TREATMENTS INDUCE AN INCREASE IN THE RELATIVE CONTENTOF BOTH LINOLENIC AND DELTA(3)-TRANS-HEXADECENOIC ACIDS IN THYLAKOID MEMBRANE PHOSPHATIDYLGLYCEROL OF SQUASH COTYLEDONS

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    24. MAGGIO A; BRESSAN RA; HASEGAWA PM; LOCY RD
      MODERATELY INCREASED CONSTITUTIVE PROLINE DOES NOT ALTER OSMOTIC-STRESS TOLERANCE

      Physiologia Plantarum
    25. MURATA N; TASAKA Y
      GLYCEROL-3-PHOSPHATE ACYLTRANSFERASE IN PLANTS

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, L. Lipids and lipid metabolism
    26. FERRI SR; TOGURI T
      SUBSTRATE-SPECIFICITY MODIFICATION OF THE STROMAL GLYCEROL-3-PHOSPHATE ACYLTRANSFERASE

      Archives of biochemistry and biophysics
    27. KANIUGA Z
      GALACTOLIPASE AND CHILLING SENSITIVITY OF PLANTS

      Acta Biochimica Polonica
    28. ROBINSON DJ
      ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ASSESSMENT OF RELEASES OF TRANSGENIC PLANTS CONTAINING VIRUS-DERIVED INSERTS

      Transgenic research
    29. HU ZL; GULACAR FO; BAO H; BUCHS A
      COMPOSITION AND POSITIONAL DISTRIBUTION OF FATTY-ACIDS IN LEAF PHOSPHOLIPIDS

      Archives des sciences et compte rendu des seances de la Societe
    30. YU HL; THOMPSON JE; YELLE S; WILLEMOT C
      IMPAIRMENT OF GALACTOLIPID BIOSYNTHESIS IN TOMATO PERICARP AT CHILLING TEMPERATURE

      Journal of plant physiology
    31. YU HL; WILLEMOT C
      INHIBITION OF EUKARYOTIC GALACTOLIPID BIOSYNTHESIS IN MATURE-GREEN TOMATO FRUITS AT CHILLING TEMPERATURE

      PLANT SCIENCE
    32. XU YN; SIEGENTHALER PA
      EFFECT OF NON-CHILLING TEMPERATURE AND LIGHT-INTENSITY DURING GROWTH OF SQUASH COTYLEDONS ON THE COMPOSITION OF THYLAKOID MEMBRANE-LIPIDS AND FATTY-ACIDS

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    33. SONOIKE K
      PHOTOINHIHITION OF PHOTOSYSTEM-I - ITS PHYSIOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE IN THE CHILLING SENSITIVITY OF PLANTS

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    34. XU YN; SIEGENTHALER PA
      PHOSPHATIDYLGLYCEROL MOLECULAR-SPECIES OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC MEMBRANES ANALYZED BY HIGH-PERFORMANCE LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHY - THEORETICAL CONSIDERATIONS

      Lipids
    35. BURGESS EPJ; MALONE LA; CHRISTELLER JT
      EFFECTS OF 2 PROTEINASE-INHIBITORS ON THE DIGESTIVE ENZYMES AND SURVIVAL OF HONEY-BEES (APIS-MELLIFERA)

      Journal of insect physiology
    36. AHMED KZ; MESTERHAZY A; BARTOK T; SAGI F
      IN-VITRO TECHNIQUES FOR SELECTING WHEAT (TRITICUM-AESTIVUM L) FOR FUSARIUM-RESISTANCE .2. CULTURE FILTRATE TECHNIQUE AND INHERITANCE OF FUSARIUM-RESISTANCE IN THE SOMACLONES

      Euphytica
    37. BERTIN P; KINET JM; BOUHARMONT J
      EVALUATION OF CHILLING SENSITIVITY IN DIFFERENT RICE VARIETIES - RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SCREENING PROCEDURES APPLIED DURING GERMINATION AND VEGETATIVE GROWTH

      Euphytica
    38. WU JR; BROWSE J
      ELEVATED LEVELS OF HIGH-MELTING-POINT PHOSPHATIDYLGLYCEROLS DO NOT INDUCE CHILLING SENSITIVITY IN AN ARABIDOPSIS MUTANT

      The Plant cell
    39. SUTHERLAND ML; PEGG GF
      PURIFICATION OF A TOXIN FROM FUSARIUM-OXYSPORUM F-SP LYCOPERSICI RACE-1

      Physiological and molecular plant pathology
    40. SCHNEIDER JC; NIELSEN E; SOMERVILLE C
      A CHILLING-SENSITIVE MUTANT OF ARABIDOPSIS IS DEFICIENT IN CHLOROPLAST PROTEIN ACCUMULATION AT LOW-TEMPERATURE

      Plant, cell and environment
    41. TATSUZAWA H; TAKIZAWA E
      CHANGES IN LIPID AND FATTY-ACID COMPOSITION OF PAVLOVA-LUTHERI

      Phytochemistry
    42. SOMERVILLE C
      DIRECT TESTS OF THE ROLE OF MEMBRANE LIPID-COMPOSITION IN LOW-TEMPERATURE-INDUCED PHOTOINHIBITION AND CHILLING SENSITIVITY IN PLANTS AND CYANOBACTERIA

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    43. MOON BY; HIGASHI SI; GOMBOS Z; MURATA N
      UNSATURATION OF THE MEMBRANE-LIPIDS OF CHLOROPLASTS STABILIZES THE PHOTOSYNTHETIC MACHINERY AGAINST LOW-TEMPERATURE PHOTOINHIBITION IN TRANSGENIC TOBACCO PLANTS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    44. MALONE LA; GIACON HA; BURGESS EPJ; MAXWELL JZ; CHRISTELLER JT; LAING WA
      TOXICITY OF TRYPSIN ENDOPEPTIDASE INHIBITORS TO HONEY-BEES (HYMENOPTERA, APIDAE)

      Journal of economic entomology
    45. KAVANAGH TA; SPILLANE C
      STRATEGIES FOR ENGINEERING VIRUS-RESISTANCE IN TRANSGENIC PLANTS

      Euphytica
    46. LYNCH PT; JONES J; BLACKHALL NW; DAVEY MR; POWER JB; COCKING EC; NELSON MR; BIGELOW DM; ORUM TV; ORTH CE; SCHUH W
      THE PHENOTYPIC CHARACTERIZATION OF R(2) GENERATION TRANSGENIC RICE PLANTS UNDER FIELD AND GLASSHOUSE CONDITIONS

      Euphytica
    47. DANDEKAR AM; MCGRANAHAN GH; VAIL PV; URATSU SL; LESLIE C; TEBBETS JS
      LOW-LEVELS OF EXPRESSION OF WILD-TYPE BACILLUS-THURINGIENSIS VAR KURSTAKI CRYIA(C) SEQUENCES IN TRANSGENIC WALNUT SOMATIC EMBRYOS

      PLANT SCIENCE
    48. WILLIAMS WP
      THE ROLE OF LIPIDS IN THE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC MEMBRANES

      Progress in lipid research
    49. TERASHIMA I; FUNAYAMA S; SONOIKE K
      THE SITE OF PHOTOINHIBITION IN LEAVES OF CUCUMIS-SATIVUS L AT LOW-TEMPERATURES IS PHOTOSYSTEM-I, NOT PHOTOSYSTEM-II

      Planta
    50. WU JR; JAMES DW; DOONER HK; BROWSE J
      A MUTANT OF ARABIDOPSIS DEFICIENT IN THE ELONGATION OF PALMITIC ACID

      Plant physiology
    51. KODAMA H; HAMADA T; HORIGUCHI G; NISHIMURA M; IBA K
      GENETIC ENHANCEMENT OF COLD TOLERANCE BY EXPRESSION OF A GENE FOR CHLOROPLAST OMEGA-3-FATTY-ACID DESATURASE IN TRANSGENIC TOBACCO

      Plant physiology
    52. HARIYADI P; PARKIN KL
      CHILLING-INDUCED OXIDATIVE STRESS IN CUCUMBER (CUCUMIS-SATIVUS L CV CALYPSO) SEEDLINGS

      Journal of plant physiology
    53. ALBERDI M; CORCUERA LJ; MALDONADO C; BARRIENTOS M; FERNANDEZ J; HENRIQUEZ O
      COLD-ACCLIMATION IN CULTIVARS OF AVENA-SATIVA

      Phytochemistry
    54. JOH T; YOSHIDA T; YOSHIMOTO M; MIYAMOTO T; HATANO S
      COMPOSITION AND POSITIONAL DISTRIBUTION OF FATTY-ACIDS IN POLAR LIPIDS FROM CHLORELLA-ELLIPSOIDEA DIFFERING IN CHILLING SUSCEPTIBILITY AND FROST HARDINESS

      Physiologia Plantarum


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