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    1. Tazawa, M; Shimmen, T
      How characean cells have contributed to the progress of plant membrane biophysics

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    2. Beilby, MJ; Shepherd, VA
      Modeling the current-voltage characteristics of charophyte membranes - III. K+ state of Lamprothamnium

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    3. Iwata, K; Tazawa, M; Itoh, T
      Turgor pressure regulation and the orientation of cortical microtubules inSpirogyra cells

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    4. Beilby, MJ; Shepherd, VA
      Modeling the current-voltage characteristics of charophyte membranes. II. The effect of salinity on membranes of Lamprothamnium papulosum

      JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE BIOLOGY
    5. Blindow, I
      Distribution of Charophytes along the Swedish coast in relation to salinity and eutrophication

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    6. Pinontoan, R; Yuasa, T; Anderca, MI; Matsuoka, T; Uozumi, N; Mori, H; Muto, S
      Cloning of a cDNA encoding a 66-kDa Ca2+-dependent protein kinase (CDPK) from Dunaliella tertiolecta (Chlorophyta)

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    7. Shabala, S; Babourina, O; Newman, I
      Ion-specific mechanisms of osmoregulation in bean mesophyll cells

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    8. Shepherd, VA; Beilby, MJ; Heslop, DJ
      Ecophysiology of the hypotonic response in the salt-tolerant charophyte alga Lamprothamnium papulosum

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    9. Winter, U; Kirst, GO; Grabowski, V; Heinemann, U; Plettner, I; Wiese, S
      Salinity tolerance in Nitellopsis obtusa

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    10. Martre, P; Bogeat-Triboulot, MB; Durand, JL
      Measurement of a growth-induced water potential gradient in tall fescue leaves

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    11. Beilby, MJ; Bisson, MA
      Transport systems of Ventricaria ventricosa: I/V analysis of both membranes in series as a function of [K+](o)

      JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE BIOLOGY
    12. Shepherd, VA; Beilby, MJ
      The effect of an extracellular mucilage on the response to osmotic shock in the charophyte alga Lamprothamnium papulosum

      JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE BIOLOGY
    13. HERDE O; PENACORTES H; WILLMITZER L; FISAHN J
      TIME-RESOLVED ANALYSIS OF SIGNALS INVOLVED IN SYSTEMIC INDUCTION OF PIN2 GENE-EXPRESSION

      Botanica acta
    14. JOHANNES E; CROFTS A; SANDERS D
      CONTROL OF CL- EFFLUX IN CHARA-CORALLINA BY CYTOSOLIC PH, FREE CA2-MEMBRANE ANION CHANNELS IN CYTOSOLIC PH REGULATION(, AND PHOSPHORYLATIONINDICATES A ROLE OF PLASMA)

      Plant physiology
    15. TEODORO AE; ZINGARELLI L; LADO P
      EARLY CHANGES OF CL(-)EFFLUX AND H-STRESS IN ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA CELLS( EXTRUSION INDUCED BY OSMOTIC)

      Physiologia Plantarum
    16. Lew, RR
      Immediate and steady state extracellular ionic fluxes of growing Arabidopsis thaliana root hairs under hyperosmotic and hypoosmotic conditions

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    17. SHABALA SN; NEWMAN IA
      OSMOTIC SENSITIVITY OF CA2- EFFECT ON FLUXES AND THEIR OSCILLATIONS IN THE ELONGATION REGION( AND H+ TRANSPORTERS IN CORN ROOTS )

      The Journal of membrane biology
    18. TAKAHASHI K; ISOBE M; KNIGHT MR; TREWAVAS AJ; MUTO S
      HYPOOSMOTIC SHOCK INDUCES INCREASES IN CYTOSOLIC CA2-CULTURE CELLS( IN TOBACCO SUSPENSION)

      Plant physiology
    19. KIKUYAMA M; KUCHITSU K; SHIBUYA N
      MEMBRANE DEPOLARIZATION-INDUCED BY N-ACETYLCHITOOLIGOSACCHARIDE ELICITOR IN SUSPENSION-CULTURED RICE CELLS

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    20. YUASA T; OKAZAKI Y; IWASAKI N; MUTO S
      INVOLVEMENT OF A CALCIUM-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-KINASE IN HYPOOSMOTIC TURGOR REGULATION IN A BRACKISH-WATER CHARACEAE LAMPROTHAMNIUM-SUCCINCTUM

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    21. KITAMURA S; MIZUNO A; KATOU K
      ADAPTIVE GROWTH-RESPONSES TO OSMOTIC-STRESS OF HYPOCOTYL SECTIONS OF VIGNA-UNGUICULATA - ROLES OF THE XYLEM PROTON PUMP AND IAA

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    22. OKAZAKI Y
      TURGOR REGULATION IN A BRACKISH-WATER CHAROPHYTE, LAMPROTHAMNIUM-SUCCINCTUM

      Journal of plant research
    23. KARSTEN U; BARROW KD; NIXDORF O; KING RJ
      THE COMPABILITY WITH ENZYME-ACTIVITY OF UNUSUAL ORGANIC OSMOLYTES FROM MANGROVE RED ALGAE

      Australian journal of plant physiology
    24. BEILBY MJ; SHEPHERD VA
      TURGOR REGULATION IN LAMPROTHAMNIUM-PAPULOSUM .1. I V-ANALYSIS AND PHARMACOLOGICAL DISSECTION OF THE HYPOTONIC EFFECT/

      Plant, cell and environment
    25. DAVENPORT R; REID RJ; SMITH FA
      CONTROL OF SODIUM INFLUX BY CALCIUM AND TURGOR IN 2 CHAROPHYTES DIFFERING IN SALINITY TOLERANCE

      Plant, cell and environment
    26. KIM HY; COTE GG; CRAIN RC
      INOSITOL 1,4,5-TRISPHOSPHATE MAY MEDIATE CLOSURE OF K+ CHANNELS BY LIGHT AND DARKNESS IN SAMANEA SAMAN MOTOR CELLS

      Planta
    27. LEW RR
      PRESSURE REGULATION OF THE ELECTRICAL-PROPERTIES OF GROWING ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA L ROOT HAIRS

      Plant physiology
    28. PRITCHARD J; FRICKE W; TOMOS D
      TURGOR-REGULATION DURING EXTENSION GROWTH AND OSMOTIC-STRESS OF MAIZEROOTS - AN EXAMPLE OF SINGLE-CELL MAPPING

      Plant and soil
    29. SHIMADA K; KIKUYAMA M; TAZAWA M
      THE HYDRATION-INDUCED CA2+ RELEASE IS A GENERAL PHENOMENON IN CHARACEAE

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    30. BISSON MA; KIEGLE E; BLACK D; KIYOSAWA K; GERBER N
      THE ROLE OF CALCIUM IN TURGOR REGULATION IN CHARA-LONGIFOLIA

      Plant, cell and environment
    31. WANG JN; BENZ R; ZIMMERMANN U
      EFFECTS OF LIGHT AND INHIBITORS OF ATP-SYNTHESIS ON THE CHLORIDE CARRIER OF THE ALGA VALONIA-UTRICULARIS - IS THE CARRIER A CHLORIDE PUMP

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Biomembranes
    32. COTE GG; CRAIN RC
      WHY DO PLANTS HAVE PHOSPHOINOSITIDES

      BioEssays
    33. GARRILL A; TYERMAN SD; FINDLAY GP
      ION CHANNELS IN THE PLASMA-MEMBRANE OF PROTOPLASTS FROM THE HALOPHYTIC ANGIOSPERM ZOSTERA-MUELLERI

      The Journal of membrane biology
    34. CUMMINGS SP; WILLIAMSON MP; GILMOUR DJ
      TURGOR REGULATION IN A NOVEL HALOMONAS SPECIES

      Archives of microbiology
    35. KIYOSAWA K
      LOSS OF IONIC AND OSMOTIC REGULATION IN CHARA INTERNODAL CELLS IN CONCENTRATED KCL SOLUTIONS

      Physiologia Plantarum
    36. SPIESS I; WANG JN; BENZ R; ZIMMERMANN U
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE CHLORIDE CARRIER IN THE PLASMALEMMA OF THE ALGA VALONIA-UTRICULARIS - THE INHIBITION BY 4,4'-DIISOTHIOCYANATOSTILBENE-2,2'-DISULFONIC ACID

      Biochimica et biophysica acta


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