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Henry, Beverley K., Atkin, Owen K, Farquhar, Graham D, Day, David A, Millar, A Harvey, & Menz, R Ian (1999) Calculation of the oxygen isotope discrimination factor for studying plant respiration. Functional Plant Biology, 26(8), pp. 773-780.
Hoang, Thi My Linh, Moghaddam, Lalehvash, Williams, Brett, Khanna, Harjeet K., Dale, James L., & Mundree, Sagadevan (2015) Development of salinity tolerance in rice by constitutive-overexpression of genes involved in the regulation of programmed cell death. Frontiers in Plant Science, 6, Article Number:-175.
Hoang, Thi My Linh, Williams, Brett, Khanna, Harjeet, Dale, James, & Mundree, Sagadevan G. (2014) Physiological basis of salt stress tolerance in rice expressing the antiapoptotic gene SfIAP. Functional Plant Biology, 41(11), pp. 1168-1177.
Karbaschi, Mohammad Reza, Williams, Brett, Taji, Acram, & Mundree, Sagadevan (2016) Tripogon loliiformis elicits a rapid physiological and structural response to dehydration for desiccation tolerance. Functional Plant Biology. (In Press)
Rokitta, Markus, Medek, Danielle, Pope, James M., & Critchley, Christa (2004) 23Na NMR micro-imaging – a tool for non-invasive monitoring of sodium distribution in living plants. Functional Plant Biology, 31(9), pp. 879-887.
Williams, Brett, Njaci, Isaac, Moghaddam, Lalehvash, Long, Hao, Dickman, Martin B., Zhang, Xiuren, et al. (2015) Trehalose accumulation triggers autophagy during plant desiccation. PLoS Genetics, 11(12), Article Number:-e1005705.
McCue, Scott W., Bartsch, Thomas, Dyson, Rosemary, Beguerisse-Diaz, Mariano, & Jensen, Oliver (2009) Modelling cell separation during plant organ abscission. The Centre for Plant Integrative Biology, University of Nottingham.