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1.

Resistance of citrus fruit to mass transport of water vapor and other gases.

Ben-Yehoshua S, Burg SP, Young R.

Plant Physiol. 1985 Dec;79(4):1048-53.

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Role of ethylene in phytochrome-induced anthocyanin synthesis.

Kang BG, Burg SP.

Planta. 1973 Sep;110(3):227-35. doi: 10.1007/BF00387635.

PMID:
24474400
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Ethylene in plant growth.

Burg SP.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1973 Feb;70(2):591-7.

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Ethylene as a natural agent inducing plumular hook formation in pea seedlings.

Kang BG, Burg SP.

Planta. 1972 Dec;104(4):275-81. doi: 10.1007/BF00386311.

PMID:
24481786
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Involvement of Ethylene in Phytochrome-mediated Carotenoid Synthesis.

Kang BG, Burg SP.

Plant Physiol. 1972 Apr;49(4):631-3.

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Altered Cell Microfibrillar Orientation in Ethylene-treated Pisum sativum Stems.

Apelbaum A, Burg SP.

Plant Physiol. 1971 Nov;48(5):648-52. No abstract available.

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Rapid change in water flux induced by auxins.

Kang BG, Burg SP.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1971 Aug;68(8):1730-3.

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Mechanism of Auxin-induced Ethylene Production.

Kang BG, Newcomb W, Burg SP.

Plant Physiol. 1971 Apr;47(4):504-9.

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Regulation of root growth by auxin-ethylene interaction.

Chadwick AV, Burg SP.

Plant Physiol. 1970 Feb;45(2):192-200.

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Ethylene, plant senescence and abscission.

Burg SP.

Plant Physiol. 1968 Sep;43(9 Pt B):1503-11.

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Ethylene and auxin participation in pollen induced fading of vanda orchid blossoms.

Burg SP, Dijkman MJ.

Plant Physiol. 1967 Nov;42(11):1648-50. No abstract available.

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Inhibition of polar auxin transport by ethylene.

Burg SP, Burg EA.

Plant Physiol. 1967 Sep;42(9):1224-8.

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Lateral auxin transport in stems and roots.

Burg SP, Burg EA.

Plant Physiol. 1967 Jun;42(6):891-3. No abstract available.

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Ethylene and carbon dioxide: mediation of hypocotyl hook-opening response.

Kang BG, Yocum CS, Burg SP, Ray PM.

Science. 1967 May 19;156(3777):958-9.

PMID:
6023263
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Conversion of methionine to ethylene in vegetative tissue and fruits.

Burg SP, Clagett CO.

Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 1967 Apr 20;27(2):125-30. No abstract available.

PMID:
6035478
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An explanation of the inhibition of root growth caused by indole-3-acetic Acid.

Chadwick AV, Burg SP.

Plant Physiol. 1967 Mar;42(3):415-20.

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Molecular requirements for the biological activity of ethylene.

Burg SP, Burg EA.

Plant Physiol. 1967 Jan;42(1):144-52.

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Dichlorohexafluorobutene concentration in clinical vaporizers.

Nagel EL, Moya F, Burg SP, Vestal B, Jalowayski A.

Anesthesiology. 1966 Sep-Oct;27(5):673-80. No abstract available.

PMID:
5919008
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Fruit storage at subatmospheric pressures.

Burg SP, Burg EA.

Science. 1966 Jul 15;153(3733):314-5.

PMID:
17780008
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Auxin-induced ethylene formation: its relation to flowering in the pineapple.

Burg SP, Burg EA.

Science. 1966 May 27;152(3726):1269.

PMID:
5937118
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The interaction between auxin and ethylene and its role in plant growth.

Burg SP, Burg EA.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1966 Feb;55(2):262-9. No abstract available.

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ETHYLENE ACTION AND THE RIPENING OF FRUITS.

BURG SP, BURG EA.

Science. 1965 May 28;148(3674):1190-6. Review.

PMID:
14280001
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BIOSYNTHESIS OF ETHYLENE.

BURG SP, BURG EA.

Nature. 1964 Aug 22;203:869-70. No abstract available.

PMID:
14204075
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Relationship of Solute Leakage to Solution Tonicity in Fruits and Other Plant Tissues.

Burg SP, Burg EA, Marks R.

Plant Physiol. 1964 Mar;39(2):185-95. No abstract available.

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Role of Ethylene in Fruit Ripening.

Burg SP, Burg EA.

Plant Physiol. 1962 Mar;37(2):179-89. No abstract available.

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The conversion of glucose-C-14 to ethylene by apple tissue.

BURG SP, THIMANN KV.

Arch Biochem Biophys. 1961 Dec;95:450-7. No abstract available.

PMID:
13874788
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Studies on the Ethylene Production of Apple Tissue.

Burg SP, Thimann KV.

Plant Physiol. 1960 Jan;35(1):24-35. No abstract available.

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Tracer experiments on the formation of ethylene by apple tissue.

BURG SP.

Arch Biochem Biophys. 1959 Oct;84:543-6. No abstract available.

PMID:
13806049
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THE PHYSIOLOGY OF ETHYLENE FORMATION IN APPLES.

Burg SP, Thimann KV.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1959 Mar;45(3):335-44. No abstract available.

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The vitamin A of the lobster.

WALD G, BURG SP.

J Gen Physiol. 1957 Mar 20;40(4):609-25.

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