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Chilling stress response of postemergent cotton seedlings.

DeRidder BP, Crafts-Brandner SJ.

Physiol Plant. 2008 Nov;134(3):430-9. doi: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.2008.01147.x. Epub 2008 Jun 28.

PMID:
18573190
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Fructans and freezing tolerance.

Crafts-Brandner SJ.

New Phytol. 2005 Jun;166(3):708-9. No abstract available.

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The piercing-sucking herbivores Lygus hesperus and Nezara viridula induce volatile emissions in plants.

Williams L 3rd, Rodriguez-Saona C, Paré PW, Crafts-Brandner SJ.

Arch Insect Biochem Physiol. 2005 Feb;58(2):84-96.

PMID:
15660365
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Volatile emissions triggered by multiple herbivore damage: beet armyworm and whitefly feeding on cotton plants.

Rodriguez-Saona C, Crafts-Brandner SJ, Cañas LA.

J Chem Ecol. 2003 Nov;29(11):2539-50.

PMID:
14682532
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Plant nitrogen status rapidly alters amino acid metabolism and excretion in Bemisia tabaci.

Crafts-Brandner SJ.

J Insect Physiol. 2002 Jan;48(1):33-41.

PMID:
12770130
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Lygus hesperus feeding and salivary gland extracts induce volatile emissions in plants.

Rodriguez-Saona C, Crafts-Brandner SJ, Williams L 3rd, Paré PW.

J Chem Ecol. 2002 Sep;28(9):1733-47.

PMID:
12449502
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Sensitivity of photosynthesis in a C4 plant, maize, to heat stress.

Crafts-Brandner SJ, Salvucci ME.

Plant Physiol. 2002 Aug;129(4):1773-80.

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Exceptional sensitivity of Rubisco activase to thermal denaturation in vitro and in vivo.

Salvucci ME, Osteryoung KW, Crafts-Brandner SJ, Vierling E.

Plant Physiol. 2001 Nov;127(3):1053-64.

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Exogenous methyl jasmonate induces volatile emissions in cotton plants.

Rodriguez-Saona C, Crafts-Brandner SJ, Paré PW, Henneberry TJ.

J Chem Ecol. 2001 Apr;27(4):679-95.

PMID:
11446293
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Rubisco activase constrains the photosynthetic potential of leaves at high temperature and CO2.

Crafts-Brandner SJ, Salvucci ME.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2000 Nov 21;97(24):13430-5.

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Effects of temperature and dietary sucrose concentration on respiration in the silverleaf whitefly, Bemisia argentifolii.

Salvucci ME, Crafts-Brandner SJ.

J Insect Physiol. 2000 Nov 1;46(11):1461-1467.

PMID:
10891574
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The Two Forms of Ribulose-1,5-Bisphosphate Carboxylase/Oxygenase Activase Differ in Sensitivity to Elevated Temperature.

Crafts-Brandner SJ, Van De Loo FJ, Salvucci ME.

Plant Physiol. 1997 Jun;114(2):439-444.

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Cloning and developmental expression of the sucrose-phosphate-synthase gene from spinach.

Klein RR, Crafts-Brandner SJ, Salvucci ME.

Planta. 1993;190(4):498-10.

PMID:
7763823
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Phosphorus nutrition influence on leaf senescence in soybean.

Crafts-Brandner SJ.

Plant Physiol. 1992 Mar;98(3):1128-32.

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Fruit removal in soybean induces the formation of an insoluble form of ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase in leaf extracts*.

Crafts-Brandner SJ, Salvucci ME, Egli DB.

Planta. 1991 Jan;183(2):300-6. doi: 10.1007/BF00197802.

PMID:
24193634
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Changes in ribulosebisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase and ribulose 5-phosphate kinase abundances and photosynthetic capacity during leaf senescence.

Crafts-Brandner SJ, Salvucci ME, Egli DB.

Photosynth Res. 1990 Feb;23(2):223-30. doi: 10.1007/BF00035013.

PMID:
24421064
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Sink removal and leaf senescence in soybean : cultivar effects.

Crafts-Brandner SJ, Egli DB.

Plant Physiol. 1987 Nov;85(3):662-6.

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Effect of foliar applications of urea on accelerated senescence of maize induced by ear removal.

Below FE, Crafts-Brandner SJ, Hageman RH.

Plant Physiol. 1985 Dec;79(4):1077-9.

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Effect of nodulation on assimilate remobilization in soybean.

Crafts-Brandner SJ, Below FE, Harper JE, Hageman RH.

Plant Physiol. 1984 Oct;76(2):452-5.

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Differential Senescence of Maize Hybrids following Ear Removal : II. Selected Leaf.

Crafts-Brandner SJ, Below FE, Wittenbach VA, Harper JE, Hageman RH.

Plant Physiol. 1984 Feb;74(2):368-73.

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Differential Senescence of Maize Hybrids following Ear Removal : I. Whole Plant.

Crafts-Brandner SJ, Below FE, Harper JE, Hageman RH.

Plant Physiol. 1984 Feb;74(2):360-7.

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Metabolism of carbon and nitrogen by soybean seedlings in response to vegetative apex removal.

Crafts-Brandner SJ, Below FE, Harper JE, Hageman RH.

Plant Physiol. 1983 Sep;73(1):6-10.

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Nitrate Reduction by Roots of Soybean (Glycine max [L.] Merr.) Seedlings.

Crafts-Brandner SJ, Harper JE.

Plant Physiol. 1982 Jun;69(6):1298-303.

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