Robert E Sharp
Robert E Sharp
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Root growth maintenance during water deficits: physiology to functional genomics*
RE Sharp, V Poroyko, LG Hejlek, WG Spollen, GK Springer, HJ Bohnert, ...
Journal of experimental botany 55 (407), 2343-2351, 2004
7062004
Solute regulation and growth by roots and shoots of water-stressed maize plants
RE Sharp, WJ Davies
Planta 147 (1), 43-49, 1979
6031979
Growth of the maize primary root at low water potentials: I. Spatial distribution of expansive growth
RE Sharp, WK Silk, TC Hsiao
Plant Physiology 87 (1), 50-57, 1988
5551988
ABA, ethylene and the control of shoot and root growth under water stress
RE Sharp, ME LeNoble
Journal of experimental botany 53 (366), 33-37, 2002
5442002
Increased endogenous abscisic acid maintains primary root growth and inhibits shoot growth of maize seedlings at low water potentials
IN Saab, RE Sharp, J Pritchard, GS Voetberg
Plant physiology 93 (4), 1329-1336, 1990
5031990
Interaction with ethylene: changing views on the role of abscisic acid in root and shoot growth responses to water stress
RE Sharp
Plant, cell & environment 25 (2), 211-222, 2002
4902002
Peroxidase activity in the leaf elongation zone of tall fescue I. Spatial distribution of ionically bound peroxidase activity in genotypes differing in length of the elongation …
JW MacAdam, CJ Nelson, RE Sharp
Plant Physiology 99 (3), 872-878, 1992
4091992
Growth of the maize primary root at low water potentials: III. Role of increased proline deposition in osmotic adjustment
GS Voetberg, RE Sharp
Plant Physiology 96 (4), 1125-1130, 1991
4001991
Abscisic acid accumulation maintains maize primary root elongation at low water potentials by restricting ethylene production
WG Spollen, ME LeNoble, TD Samuels, N Bernstein, RE Sharp
Plant Physiology 122 (3), 967-976, 2000
3962000
Growth of the maize primary root at low water potentials: II. Role of growth and deposition of hexose and potassium in osmotic adjustment
RE Sharp, TC Hsiao, WK Silk
Plant Physiology 93 (4), 1337-1346, 1990
3781990
Root growth and water uptake by maize plants in drying soil
RE Sharp, WJ Davies
Journal of Experimental Botany 36 (9), 1441-1456, 1985
3441985
Growth of Arabidopsis thaliana seedlings under water deficit studied by control of water potential in nutrient‐agar media
CM Van der Weele, WG Spollen, RE Sharp, TI Baskin
Journal of experimental botany 51 (350), 1555-1562, 2000
3222000
Endogenous ABA maintains shoot growth in tomato independently of effects on plant water balance: evidence for an interaction with ethylene
RE Sharp, ME LeNoble, MA Else, ET Thorne, F Gherardi
Journal of Experimental Botany 51 (350), 1575-1584, 2000
3202000
Involvement of abscisic acid in controlling plant growth in soil of low water potential
R Munns, RE Sharp
Functional Plant Biology 20 (5), 425-437, 1993
2671993
Kok effect and the quantum yield of photosynthesis: light partially inhibits dark respiration
RE Sharp, MA Matthews, JS Boyer
Plant Physiology 75 (1), 95-101, 1984
2501984
Growth maintenance of the maize primary root at low water potentials involves increases in cell-wall extension properties, expansin activity, and wall susceptibility to expansins
Y Wu, RE Sharp, DM Durachko, DJ Cosgrove
Plant Physiology 111 (3), 765-772, 1996
2491996
Non-hydraulic signals from maize roots in drying soil: inhibition of leaf elongation but not stomatal conductance
IN Saab, RE Sharp
Planta 179 (4), 466-474, 1989
2411989
Root growth and oxygen relations at low water potentials. Impact of oxygen availability in polyethylene glycol solutions
PE Verslues, ES Ober, RE Sharp
Plant physiology 116 (4), 1403-1412, 1998
2351998
Confirmation that abscisic acid accumulation is required for maize primary root elongation at low water potentials
RE Sharp, Y Wu, GS Voetberg, IN Saab, ME LeNoble
Journal of Experimental Botany, 1743-1751, 1994
2281994
Regulation of growth and development of plants growing with a restricted supply of water
RE Sharp
Plants under stress, 71-93, 1989
2251989
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