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    1. Rozema, J; Noordijk, AJ; Broekman, RA; van Beem, A; Meijkamp, BM; de Bakker, NVJ; van de Staaij, JWM; Stroetenga, M; Bohncke, SJP; Konert, M; Kars, S; Peat, H; Smith, RIL; Convey, P
      (Poly)phenolic compounds in pollen and spores of Antarctic plants as indicators of solar UV-B - A new proxy for the reconstruction of past solar UV-B?

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    2. Bolink, EM; van Schalkwijk, I; Posthumus, F; van Hasselt, PR
      Growth under UV-B radiation increases tolerance to high-light stress in pea and bean plants

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    3. Tosserams, M; Visser, A; Groen, M; Kalis, G; Magendans, E; Rozema, J
      Combined effects of CO2 concentration and enhanced UV-B radiation on faba bean

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    4. Lytle, JS; Lytle, TF
      Use of plants for toxicity assessment of estuarine ecosystems

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    5. Keiller, DR; Holmes, MG
      Effects of long-term exposure to elevated UV-B radiation on the photosynthetic performance of five broad-leaved tree species

      PHOTOSYNTHESIS RESEARCH
    6. Keiller, DR; Holmes, MG
      Effects of long-term exposure to elevated UV-B radiation on the photosynthetic performance of five broad-leaved tree species

      PHOTOSYNTHESIS RESEARCH
    7. Eddins, SGN
      Calculation of terrestrial inputs to particulate organic carbon in an anthropogenically impacted estuary in the southeastern United States

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    8. Ounis, A; Cerovic, ZG; Briantais, JM; Moya, I
      Dual-excitation FLIDAR for the estimation of epidermal UV absorption in leaves and canopies

      REMOTE SENSING OF ENVIRONMENT
    9. Fu, FF; Akagi, T; Yabuki, S; Iwaki, M
      The variation of REE (rare earth elements) patterns in soil-grown plants: a new proxy for the source of rare earth elements and silicon in plants

      PLANT AND SOIL
    10. Dixon, P; Weinig, C; Schmitt, J
      Susceptibility to UV damage in Impatiens capensis (Balsaminaceae): Testingfor opportunity costs to shade-avoidance and population differentiation

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    11. Maffei, M; Scannerini, S
      UV-B effect on photomorphogenesis and essential oil composition in peppermint (Mentha piperita L.)

      JOURNAL OF ESSENTIAL OIL RESEARCH
    12. Stephenson, GL; Koper, N; Atkinson, GF; Solomon, KR; Scroggins, RP
      Use of nonlinear regression techniques for describing concentration-response relationships of plant species exposed to contaminated site soils

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    13. Boutin, C; Lee, HB; Peart, ET; Batchelor, PS; Maguire, RJ
      Effects of the sulfonylurea herbicide metsulfuron methyl on growth and reproduction of five wetland and terrestrial plant species

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    14. Smith, JL; Burritt, DJ; Bannister, P
      Shoot dry weight, chlorophyll and UV-B-absorbing compounds as indicators of a plant's sensitivity to UV-B radiation

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    15. Skorska, E
      Comparison of responses of bean, pea and rape plants to UV-B radiation in darkness and in light

      ACTA PHYSIOLOGIAE PLANTARUM
    16. Full, C; Jung, S; Schulte, C
      Plant protection products: assessing the risk for terrestrial plants

      CHEMOSPHERE
    17. Turunen, MT; Vogelmann, TC; Smith, WK
      UV screening in lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta ssp. latifolia) cotyledons and needles

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCES
    18. Correia, CM; Areal, ELV; Torres-Pereira, MS; Torres-Pereira, JMG
      Intraspecific variation in sensitivity to ultraviolet-B radiation in maizegrown under field conditions - II. Physiological and biochemical aspects

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    19. Correia, CM; Torres-Pereira, MS; Torres-Pereira, JMG
      Growth, photosynthesis and UV-B absorbing compounds of Portuguese Barbela wheat exposed to ultraviolet-B radiation

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    20. Shimizu, T; Akada, S; Senda, M; Ishikawa, R; Harada, T; Niizeki, M; Dube, SK
      Enhanced expression and differential inducibility of soybean chalcone synthase genes by supplemental UV-B in dark-grown seedlings

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    21. Germ, M; Gaberscik, A
      The effect of UV-B radiation and nutrient availability on growth and photochemical efficiency of PSII in common duckweed

      PHYTON-ANNALES REI BOTANICAE
    22. Singh, M; Pal, M; Sharma, RP
      Biological activity of the labdane diterpenes

      PLANTA MEDICA
    23. Day, TA; Ruhland, CT; Grobe, CW; Xiong, F
      Growth and reproduction of Antarctic vascular plants in response to warming and UV radiation reductions in the field

      OECOLOGIA
    24. Hoffmann, S
      The effect of photoselective cladding materials on the growth of ornamental plants II. Effect of UV range on stem elongation

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

      GARTENBAUWISSENSCHAFT
    26. Dammgen, U; Weigel, HJ
      Agriculture and climate - current topics and contributions of agriculturalresearch

      BERICHTE UBER LANDWIRTSCHAFT
    27. CHATURVEDI R; SHYAM R; SANE PV
      STEADY-STATE LEVELS OF D1 PROTEIN AND PSBA TRANSCRIPT DURING UV-B INACTIVATION OF PHOTOSYSTEM-II IN WHEAT

      Biochemistry and molecular biology international
    28. PARISI AV; WONG JCF; GALEA VJ
      A STUDY OF THE TOTAL ULTRAVIOLET EXPOSURE TO ALL THE LEAVES FOR SMALL-PLANT GROWTH

      Journal of photochemistry and photobiology.B, Biology
    29. Kleiman, ID; Cogliatti, DH
      Chromium removal from aqueous solutions by different plant species

      ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
    30. KOLLI BK; TIWARI S; MOHANTY P
      ULTRAVIOLET-B INDUCED DAMAGE TO PHOTOSYSTEM-II IN INTACT FILAMENTS OFSPIRULINA-PLATENSIS

      Zeitschrift fur Naturforschung. C, A journal of biosciences
    31. PARISI AV; WONG JCF; RANDALL C
      SIMULTANEOUS ASSESSMENT OF PHOTOSYNTHETICALLY ACTIVE AND ULTRAVIOLET SOLAR-RADIATION

      Agricultural and forest meteorology
    32. MIDGLEY GF; WAND SJE; MUSIL CF
      REPEATED EXPOSURE TO ENHANCED UV-B RADIATION IN SUCCESSIVE GENERATIONS INCREASES DEVELOPMENTAL INSTABILITY (LEAF FLUCTUATING ASYMMETRY) IN A DESERT ANNUAL

      Plant, cell and environment
    33. ROUSSEAUX MC; BALLARE CL; SCOPEL AL; SEARLES PS; CALDWELL MM
      SOLAR ULTRAVIOLET-B RADIATION AFFECTS PLANT-INSECT INTERACTIONS IN A NATURAL ECOSYSTEM OF TIERRA-DEL-FUEGO (SOUTHERN ARGENTINA)

      Oecologia
    34. SCHEINER SM; REYBENAYAS JM
      PLACING EMPIRICAL LIMITS ON METAPOPULATION MODELS FOR TERRESTRIAL PLANTS

      Evolutionary ecology
    35. KLEIMAN ID; COGLIATTI DH
      UPTAKE OF CHROMATE IN SULFATE DEPRIVED WHEAT PLANTS

      Environmental pollution
    36. ROZEMA J; VANDESTAAIJ J; BJORN LO; CALDWELL M
      UV-B AS AN ENVIRONMENTAL-FACTOR IN PLANT LIFE - STRESS AND REGULATION

      Trends in ecology & evolution
    37. HUANG SB; DAI QJ; PENG SB; CHAVEZ AQ; MIRANDA LL; VISPERAS RM; VERGARA BS
      INFLUENCE OF SUPPLEMENTAL ULTRAVIOLET-B ON INDOLEACETIC-ACID AND CALMODULIN IN THE LEAVES OF RICE (ORYZA-SATIVA L)

      Plant growth regulation
    38. IHLE C
      DEGRADATION AND RELEASE FROM THE THYLAKOID MEMBRANE OF PHOTOSYSTEM-IISUBUNITS AFTER UV-B IRRADIATION OF THE LIVERWORT CONOCEPHALUM-CONICUM

      Photosynthesis research
    39. KRAUSS P; MARKSTADTER C; RIEDERER M
      ATTENUATION OF UV-RADIATION BY PLANT CUTICLES FROM WOODY SPECIES

      Plant, cell and environment
    40. VISSER AJ; TOSSERAMS M; GROEN MW; MAGENDANS GWH; ROZEMA J
      THE COMBINED EFFECTS OF CO2 CONCENTRATION AND SOLAR UV-B RADIATION ONFABA BEAN GROWN IN OPEN-TOP CHAMBERS

      Plant, cell and environment
    41. MACKERNESS SAH; SURPLUS SL; JORDAN BR; THOMAS B
      ULTRAVIOLET-B EFFECTS ON TRANSCRIPT LEVELS FOR PHOTOSYNTHETIC GENES ARE NOT MEDIATED THROUGH CARBOHYDRATE-METABOLISM

      Plant, cell and environment
    42. XIONG FS; KOMENDA J; KOPECKY J; NEDBAL L
      STRATEGIES OF ULTRAVIOLET-B PROTECTION IN MICROSCOPIC ALGAE

      Physiologia Plantarum
    43. JUNEAU P; EULLAFFROY P; POPOVIC R
      EVIDENCE OF UVB EFFECT ON THE PHOTOCONVERSION OF ACTIVE PROTOCHLOROPHYLLIDES INTO CHLOROPHYLLIDES IN ETIOLATED BARLEY LEAVES

      Photochemistry and photobiology
    44. CONNER JK; ZANGORI LA
      A GARDEN STUDY OF THE EFFECTS OF ULTRAVIOLET-B RADIATION ON POLLINATION SUCCESS AND LIFETIME FEMALE FITNESS IN BRASSICA

      Oecologia
    45. TOSSERAMS M; BOLINK E; ROZEMA J
      THE EFFECT OF ENHANCED ULTRAVIOLET-B RADIATION ON GERMINATION AND SEEDLING DEVELOPMENT OF PLANT-SPECIES OCCURRING IN A DUNE GRASSLAND ECOSYSTEM

      Plant ecology
    46. ERNST WHO; VANDESTAAIJ JWM; NELISSEN HJM
      REACTION OF SAVANNA PLANTS FROM BOTSWANA ON UV-B RADIATION

      Plant ecology
    47. VISSER AJ; TOSSERAMS M; GROEN MW; KALIS G; KWANT R; MAGENDANS GWH; ROZEMA J
      THE COMBINED EFFECTS OF CO2 CONCENTRATION AND ENHANCED UV-B RADIATIONON FABA BEAN .3. LEAF OPTICAL-PROPERTIES, PIGMENTS, STOMATAL INDEX AND EPIDERMAL-CELL DENSITY

      Plant ecology
    48. BJORN LO; CALLAGHAN TV; JOHNSEN I; LEE JA; MANETAS Y; PAUL ND; SONESSON M; WELLBURN AR; COOPS D; HEIDEJORGENSEN HS; GEHRKE C; GWYNNJONES D; JOHANSON U; KYPARISSIS A; LEVIZOU E; NIKOLOPOULOS D; PETROPOULOU Y; STEPHANOU M
      THE EFFECTS OF UV-B RADIATION ON EUROPEAN HEATHLAND SPECIES

      Plant ecology
    49. TOSSERAMS M; MAGENDANS E; ROZEMA J
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF ELEVATED ULTRAVIOLET-B RADIATION ON PLANT-SPECIES OF A DUNE GRASSLAND ECOSYSTEM

      Plant ecology
    50. HADER DP
      EFFECTS OF SOLAR-RADIATION ON LOCAL AND GERMAN WHEAT SEEDLINGS IN A CHILEAN HIGH-MOUNTAIN STATION

      Journal of photochemistry and photobiology.B, Biology
    51. LINGAKUMAR K; KULANDAIVELU G
      REVERSAL OF ULTRAVIOLET-B (280-320 NM) RADIATION-INDUCED CHANGES IN VIGNA-UNGUICULATA L CHLOROPLASTS BY SUPPLEMENTAL WHITE-LIGHT

      Photosynthetica
    52. MUSIL CF
      ACCUMULATED EFFECT OF ELEVATED ULTRAVIOLET-B RADIATION OVER MULTIPLE GENERATIONS OF THE ARID-ENVIRONMENT ANNUAL DIMORPHOTHECA-SINUATA DC (ASTERACEAE)

      Plant, cell and environment
    53. DAY TA; DEMCHIK SM
      ULTRAVIOLET-B RADIATION SCREENING EFFECTIVENESS OF REPRODUCTIVE-ORGANS IN HESPERIS-MATRONALIS

      Environmental and experimental botany
    54. DAY TA; DEMCHIK SM
      INFLUENCE OF ENHANCED UV-B RADIATION ON BIOMASS ALLOCATION AND PIGMENT CONCENTRATIONS IN LEAVES AND REPRODUCTIVE STRUCTURES OF GREENHOUSE-GROWN BRASSICA-RAPA

      Vegetatio
    55. GORTON HL; VOGELMANN TC
      EFFECTS OF EPIDERMAL-CELL SHAPE AND PIGMENTATION ON OPTICAL-PROPERTIES OF ANTIRRHINUM PETALS AT VISIBLE AND ULTRAVIOLET WAVELENGTHS

      Plant physiology
    56. BALLARE CL; SCOPEL AL; STAPLETON AE; YANOVSKY MJ
      SOLAR ULTRAVIOLET-B RADIATION AFFECTS SEEDLING EMERGENCE, DNA INTEGRITY, PLANT MORPHOLOGY, GROWTH-RATE, AND ATTRACTIVENESS TO HERBIVORE INSECTS IN DATURA FEROX

      Plant physiology
    57. TOSSERAMS M; DESA AP; ROZEMA J
      THE EFFECT OF SOLAR UV-RADIATION ON 4 PLANT-SPECIES OCCURRING IN A COASTAL GRASSLAND VEGETATION IN THE NETHERLANDS

      Physiologia Plantarum
    58. MARK U; SAILEMARK M; TEVINI M
      EFFECTS OF SOLAR UVB RADIATION ON GROWTH, FLOWERING AND YIELD OF CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN EUROPEAN MAIZE CULTIVARS (ZEA-MAYS L)

      Photochemistry and photobiology
    59. BENNETT JP; BUCHEN MJ
      BIOLEFF - 3 DATABASES ON AIR-POLLUTION EFFECTS ON VEGETATION

      Environmental pollution
    60. FREEMARK K; BOUTIN C
      NONTARGET-PLANT RISK ASSESSMENT FOR PESTICIDE REGISTRATION

      Environmental management
    61. AZCUE J; MUDROCH A
      COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT WASHING, ASHING, AND DIGESTION METHODS FOR THE ANALYSIS OF TRACE-ELEMENTS IN VEGETATION

      International journal of environmental analytical chemistry
    62. SULTEMEYER D; SCHMIDT C; FOCK HP
      CARBONIC-ANHYDRASES IN HIGHER-PLANTS AND AQUATIC MICROORGANISMS

      Physiologia Plantarum
    63. JONASSON S; HAVSTROM M; JENSEN M; CALLAGHAN TV
      IN-SITU MINERALIZATION OF NITROGEN AND PHOSPHORUS OF ARCTIC SOILS AFTER PERTURBATIONS SIMULATING CLIMATE-CHANGE

      Oecologia
    64. WALSH GE; WEBER DE; ESRY LK; NGUYEN MT; NOLES J; ALBRECHT B
      SYNTHETIC SUBSTRATA FOR PROPAGATION AND TESTING OF SOIL AND SEDIMENT ORGANISMS

      Pedobiologia


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