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    1. Guralnick, LJ; Ku, MSB; Edwards, GE; Strand, D; Hockema, B; Earnest, J
      Induction of PEP carboxylase and Crassulacean acid metabolism by gibberellic acid in Mesembryanthemum crystallinum

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    2. Hausler, RE; Baur, B; Scharte, J; Teichmann, T; Eicks, M; Fischer, KL; Flugge, UI; Schubert, S; Weber, A; Fischer, K
      Plastidic metabolite transporters and their physiological functions in theinducible crassulacean acid metabolism plant Mesembryanthemum crystallinum

      PLANT JOURNAL
    3. Bohnert, HJ; Cushman, JC
      The ice plant cometh: Lessons in abiotic stress tolerance

      JOURNAL OF PLANT GROWTH REGULATION
    4. Bolte, S; Schiene, K; Dietz, KJ
      Characterization of a small GTP-binding protein of the rab 5 family in Mesembryanthemum crystallinum with increased level of expression during early salt stress

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    5. Yen, HE; Wu, SM; Hung, YH; Yen, SK
      Isolation of 3 salt-induced low-abundance cDNAs from light-grown callus ofMesembryanthemum crystallinum by suppression subtractive hybridization

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    6. Cushman, JC; Bohnert, HJ
      Crassulacean acid metabolism: Molecular genetics

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    7. ANDERSON LE; LI AD; STEVENS FJ
      THE ENOLASES OF ICE PLANT AND ARABIDOPSIS CONTAIN A POTENTIAL DISULFIDE AND ARE REDOX-SENSITIVE

      Phytochemistry
    8. THOMAS JC; MALICK FK; ENDRESZL C; DAVIES EC; MURRAY KS
      DISTINCT RESPONSES TO COPPER STRESS IN THE HALOPHYTE MESEMBRYANTHEMUM-CRYSTALLINUM

      Physiologia Plantarum
    9. ADAMS P; NELSON DE; YAMADA S; CHMARA W; JENSEN RG; BOHNERT HJ; GRIFFITHS H
      GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF MESEMBRYANTHEMUM-CRYSTALLINUM (AIZOACEAE)

      New phytologist
    10. ZHU JK; HASEGAWA PM; BRESSAN RA
      MOLECULAR ASPECTS OF OSMOTIC-STRESS IN PLANTS

      Critical reviews in plant sciences
    11. RIPPMANN JF; MICHALOWSKI CB; NELSON DE; BOHNERT HJ
      INDUCTION OF A RIBOSOME-INACTIVATING PROTEIN UPON ENVIRONMENTAL-STRESS

      Plant molecular biology
    12. EASTMOND PJ; ROSS JD
      EVIDENCE THAT THE INDUCTION OF CRASSULACEAN ACID METABOLISM BY WATER-STRESS IN MESEMBRYANTHEMUM-CRYSTALLINUM (L.) INVOLVES ROOT SIGNALING

      Plant, cell and environment
    13. MAGNIN NC; COOLEY BA; REISKIND JB; BOWES G
      REGULATION AND LOCALIZATION OF KEY ENZYMES DURING THE INDUCTION OF KRANZ-LESS, C-4-TYPE PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN HYDRILLA-VERTICILLATA

      Plant physiology
    14. CUSHMAN JC; BOHNERT HJ
      MOLECULAR-GENETICS OF CRASSULACEAN ACID METABOLISM

      Plant physiology
    15. YEN HE; ZHANG DZ; LIN JH; EDWARDS GE; KU MSB
      SALT-INDUCED CHANGES IN PROTEIN-COMPOSITION IN LIGHT-GROWN CALLUS OF MESEMBRYANTHEMURN CRYSTALLINUM

      Physiologia Plantarum
    16. ISHIMARU K; SAITOU K; KUBOTA F; AGATA W
      TEMPERATURE RESPONSE OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS AN D ACTIVITIES OF PHOSPHOENOLPYRUVATE CARBOXYLASE AND RIBULOSE 1,5-BISPHOSPHATE CARBOXYLASE IN GREENED CALLI INDUCED FROM ICEPLANT, MESEMBRYANTHEMUM-CRYSTALLINUM L., LEAVES

      Nippon Sakumotsu Gakkai Kiji
    17. FORSTHOEFEL NR; VERNON DM; CUSHMAN JC
      A SALINITY-INDUCED GENE FROM THE HALOPHYTE M-CRYSTALLINUM ENCODES A GLYCOLYTIC ENZYME, COFACTOR-INDEPENDENT PHOSPHOGLYCEROMUTASE

      Plant molecular biology
    18. SCHAEFFER HJ; FORSTHOEFEL NR; CUSHMAN JC
      IDENTIFICATION OF ENHANCER AND SILENCER REGIONS INVOLVED IN SALT-RESPONSIVE EXPRESSION OF CRASSULACEAN ACID METABOLISM (CAM) GENES IN THE FACULTATIVE HALOPHYTE MESEMBRYANTHEMUM-CRYSTALLINUM

      Plant molecular biology
    19. THOMAS JC; SMIGOCKI AC; BOHNERT HJ
      LIGHT-INDUCED EXPRESSION OF IPT FROM AGROBACTERIUM-TUMEFACIENS RESULTS IN CYTOKININ ACCUMULATION AND OSMOTIC-STRESS SYMPTOMS IN TRANSGENIC TOBACCO

      Plant molecular biology
    20. FORSTHOEFEL NR; CUSHMAN MAF; CUSHMAN JC
      POSTTRANSCRIPTIONAL AND POSTTRANSLATIONAL CONTROL OF ENOLASE EXPRESSION IN THE FACULTATIVE CRASSULACEAN ACID METABOLISM PLANT MESEMBRYANTHEMUM-CRYSTALLINUM L

      Plant physiology
    21. PIEPENBROCK M; VONALBERT C; SCHMITT JM
      DECREASING LEAF WATER-CONTENT INDUCES CRASSULACEAN ACID METABOLISM INWELL-IRRIGATED MESEMBRYANTHEMUM-CRYSTALLINUM

      Photosynthetica
    22. BREITENEDER H; MICHALOWSKI CB; BOHNERT HJ
      ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS-MEDIATED DIFFERENTIAL 3' END FORMATION OF CHLOROPLAST RNA-BINDING PROTEIN TRANSCRIPTS

      Plant molecular biology
    23. RATAJCZAK R; RICHTER J; LUTTGE U
      ADAPTATION OF THE TONOPLAST V-TYPE H-ATPASE OF MESEMBRYANTHEMUM-CRYSTALLINUM TO SALT STRESS, C-3-CAM TRANSITION AND PLANT-AGE()

      Plant, cell and environment
    24. DAI Z; KU MSB; ZHANG DZ; EDWARDS GE
      EFFECTS OF GROWTH-REGULATORS ON THE INDUCTION OF CRASSULACEAN ACID METABOLISM IN THE FACULTATIVE HALOPHYTE MESEMBRYANTHEMUM-CRYSTALLINUM L

      Planta
    25. SAITOU K; AGATA W; MASUI Y; ASAKURA M; KUBOTA F
      ISOFORMS OF NADP-MALIC ENZYME FROM MESEMBRYANTHEMUM-CRYSTALLINUM L THAT ARE INVOLVED IN C-3 PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND CRASSULACEAN ACID METABOLISM

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    26. DEROCHER EJ; BOHNERT HJ
      DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL-STRESS EMPLOY DIFFERENT MECHANISMS IN THE EXPRESSION OF A PLANT GENE FAMILY

      The Plant cell
    27. VERNON DM; OSTREM JA; BOHNERT HJ
      STRESS PERCEPTION AND RESPONSE IN A FACULTATIVE HALOPHYTE - THE REGULATION OF SALINITY-INDUCED GENES IN MESEMBRYANTHEMUM-CRYSTALLINUM

      Plant, cell and environment
    28. THOMAS JC; BOHNERT HJ
      SALT STRESS PERCEPTION AND PLANT-GROWTH REGULATORS IN THE HALOPHYTE MESEMBRYANTHEMUM-CRYSTALLINUM

      Plant physiology
    29. LUTTGE U
      THE ROLE OF CRASSULACEAN ACID METABOLISM (CAM) IN THE ADAPTATION OF PLANTS TO SALINITY

      New phytologist


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