references – plant physiology

a

  • Adamec,L. (2007), Oxygen concentrations inside the traps of the carnivorous plants Utricularia and Genlisea (Lentibulariaceae), Annals of Botany, vol. 100, 849 – 856. Link
  • Ahtiainen,J.H. et al (2003), Effects of different plant protection programs on soil microbes, Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, vol. 54, 56 – 64. Link
  • Albareda,M. et al (2014), Maturation of Rhizobium leguminosarum Hydrogenase in the Presence of Oxygen Requires the Interaction of the Chaperone HypC and the Scaffolding Protein HupK, J.Biol.Chem., vol. 289, 21217 – 21229. Link
  • Argus,R.E. et al (2015), Early physiological flood tolerance is followed by slow post-flooding root recovery in the dryland riparian tree Eucalyptus camaldulensis subsp. refulgens, Plant, Cell & Environment, vol. 38, 1189 – 1199. Link
  • Allewalt,J.P. et al (2006), Effect of temperature and light on growth of and photosynthesis by Synechococcus isolates typical of those predominating in the octopus spring microbial mat community of Yellowstone National Park, Appl Environ Microbiol, vol. 72, 544 – 550. Link

 

b

  • Binzer,T. et al (2005), Flow velocity affects internal oxygen conditions in the seagrass Cymodocea nodosa, Aquatic Botany, vol. 83, 239 – 247. Link
  • Binzer,T. et al (2005), From thallus to communities: scale effects and photosynthetic performance in macroalgae communities, Marine Ecology Progress Series, vol. 287, 65 – 75. Link
  • Binzer,T. et al (2006), Community photosynthesis of aquatic macrophytes, Limnology and Oceanography, vol. 51, 2722 – 2733. Link
  • Borum,J. et al (2005), The potential role of plant oxygen and sulphide dynamics in die-off events of the tropical seagrass, Thalassia testudinum, Journal of Ecology, vol. 93, 148 – 158. Link
  • Borum,J. et al (2005), Oxygen Movement in Seagrass, Seagrass Biology, vol. , 255 – 270

 

c

  • Christensen,P.B. et al (1994), Microsensor Analysis of Oxygen in the Rhizosphere of the Aquatic Macrophyte Littorella-Uniflora (L) Ascherson, Plant Physiology, vol. 105, 847 – 852. Link
  • Colmer,T.D. et al (2008), Underwater photosynthesis and respiration in leaves of submerged wetland plants: gas films improve CO2 and O2 exchange, New Phytologist, vol. 177, 918 – 926. Link
  • Colmer,T.D. et al (2008), Oxygen dynamics in submerged rice (Oryza sativa), New Phytologist, vol. 178, 326 – 334. Link

 

d-g

  • Frederiksen,M.S. et al (2006), Oxygen dynamics in the rhizosphere of Zostera marina: A two-dimensional planar optode study, Limnol Oceanography, vol. 51, 1072 – 1083. Link
  • Gacia,E. et al (2005), Light-dependence of the metabolic balance of a highly productive Philippine seagrass community, Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, vol. 316, 55 – 67. Link

 

h-k

  • Hu,Zhen et al (2015), Effect of plant species on nitrogen recovery in aquaponics, Bioresource Technology, vol. 188, 92 – 98. 
  • Jensen,S.I. et al (2005), Oxic microzones and radial oxygen loss from roots of Zostera marina, Marine Ecology Progress Series, vol. 293, 49 – 58. Link

 

l

  • Laskov,C. et al (2003), Root oxygen release of Potamogeton crispus (L.): Regulating factors and quantification, Jahresforschungsbericht 2003, vol. , 53 – 
  • Lassen,C. et al (1998), A method to improve the spatial resolution of photosynthetic rates obtained by oxygen microsensors, Journal of Phycology, vol. 34, 89 – 93. Link
  • Lassen,C. et al (1997), Macrophyte development and resuspension regulate the photosynthesis and production of benthic microalgae, Hydrobiologia (The Hague), vol. 350, 1 – 11.
  • Lee,S.C. et al (2011), Molecular characterization of the submergence response of the Arabidopsis thaliana ecotype Columbia, New Phytologist, vol. 190, 457 – 471. Link
  • Long,Matthew H. et al (2015), Seagrass metabolism across a productivity gradient using the eddy covariance, Eulerian control volume, and biomass addition techniques, Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, vol. 120, 3624 – 3639. Link
  • Longhi,D. et al (2008), Decomposition of four macrophytes in wetland sediments: Organic matter and nutrient decay and associated benthic processes , Aquatic Botany, vol. 89, 303 – 310. Link

 

m-o

  • Middelboe,A.L. et al (2004), Importance of conopy structure of photosynthesis in single- and multi-species assemblages of marine macroalgae, OIKOS, vol. 107, 422 – 432. Link
  • Mommer,L. et al (2004), Acclimation of a terrestrial plant to submergence facilitates gas exchange under water, Plant, Cell and Environment, vol. 27, 1281 – 1287. Link

 

p-q

  • Patton,C.J. et al (2002), Corn leaf nitrate reductase–a nontoxic alternative to cadmium for photometric nitrate determinations in water samples by air-segmented continuous-flow analysis, Environ Sci Technol, vol. 36, 729 – 735. Link
  • Pedersen,O. et al (2004), Sulphide intrusion in eelgrass (Zostera marina L.), Plant, Cell and Environment, vol. 27, 595 – 602. Link
  • Pedersen,O. et al (1998), Oxygen dynamics in the rhizosphere of Cymodocea rotundata, Marine Ecology Progress Series, vol. 169, 283 – 288. Link
  • Pedersen,O. et al (2012), Physical gills prevent drowning of many wetland insects, spiders and plants, The Journal of Experimental Biology, vol. 215, 705 – 709. Link
  • Pedersen,O. et al (2011), In situ O2 dynamics in submerged Isoetes australis: varied leaf gas permeability influences underwater photosynthesis and internal O2, Journal of experimental botany, vol. 62, 4691 – 4700.
  • Pedersen,O. et al (2011), Crassulacean acid metabolism enhances underwater photosynthesis and diminishes photorespiration in the aquatic plant Isoetes australis, New Phytologist, vol. 190, 332 – 339. Link
  • Pedersen,O. et al (2006), Oxygen dynamics during submergence in the halophytic stem succulent Halosarcia pergranulata, Plant, Cell and Environment, vol. 29, 1388 – 1399. Link
  • Pedersen,Ole et al (2009), Surviving floods: leaf gas films improve O2 and CO2 exchange, root aeration, and growth of completely submerged rice, The Plant Journal, vol. 58, 147 – 156. Link
  • Pulido,C. et al (2012), Elevated alkalinity and sulfate adversely affect the aquatic macrophyte Lobelia dortmanna, Aquatic Ecology, vol. , 1 – 13. Link
  • Pulido,C. et al (2011), Influence of quantity and lability of sediment organic matter on the biomass of two isoetids, Littorella uniflora and Echinodorus repens, Freshwater Biology, vol. 56, 939 – 951. Link
  • Pulido,C. et al (2012), Improved prediction of vegetation composition in NW European softwater lakes by combining location, water and sediment chemistry, Aquatic Sciences-Research Across Boundaries, vol. 74, 351 – 360. 

 

r

  • Randerson,P,F. et al (2011), Oxygen transfer capacity of willow (Salix viminalis L.), Biomass and Bioenergy, vol. 35, 2306 – 2309. 
  • Revsbech,N.P. et al (1999), Microsensor analysis of oxygen and pH in the rice rhizosphere under field and laboratory conditions, Biology and fertility of soils, vol. 29, 379 – 385. Link
  • Rheuban,Jennie E. et al (2014), Multiple timescale processes drive ecosystem metabolism in eelgrass (Zostera marina) meadows, Marine Ecology Progress Series, vol. 507, 1 – 13. Link
  • Riber,Willi et al (2015), The greening after extended darkness 1 is an N-end rule pathway mutant with high tolerance to submergence and starvation, Plant Physiology, vol. , 114 – 114. Link

 

s-u

  • Sand-Jensen,K. et al (2005), Tvepibet lobelia – særegen og fascinerende, URT, vol. 2, 65 – 71
  • Sand-Jensen,K. et al (2005), Oxygen stress and reduced growth of Lobelia dortmanna in sandy lake sediments subject to organic enrichment, Freshwater Biology, vol. 50, 1034 – 1048. Link
  • Sand-Jensen,K. et al (2005), Contrasting oxygen dynamics in the freshwater isoetid Lobelia dortmanna and the marine seagrass Zostera marina, Annals of Botany, vol. 96, 613 – 623. Link
  • Sand-Jensen,Kaj et al (2015), High resistance of oligotrophic isoetid plants to oxic and anoxic dark exposure, Freshwater Biology, vol. 60, 1044 – 1051. Link
  • Uteau,Daniel et al (2015), Oxygen and redox potential gradients in the rhizosphere of alfalfa grown on a loamy soil, Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science, vol. 178, 278 – 287. Link

 

v

  • van Bodegom,P.M. et al (2008), Separating the effects of partial submergence and soil oxygen demand on plant physiology, Ecology, vol. 89, 193 – 204. Link
  • van Veen,Hans et al (2013), Two Rumex species from contrasting hydrological niches regulate flooding tolerance through distinct mechanisms, The Plant cell, vol. 25, 4691 – 4707. Link
  • Vashisht,D. et al (2011), Natural variation of submergence tolerance among Arabidopsis thaliana accessions, New Phytologist, vol. 190, 299 – 310. Link
  • Verboven,P. et al (2011), Root aeration via aerenchymatous phellem: three dimensional micro imaging and radial O2 profiles in Melilotus siculus, New Phytologist, vol. 193, 420 – 431. Link

 

w-z

  • WINKEL,A. et al (2011), Leaf gas films of Spartina anglica enhance rhizome and root oxygen during tidal submergence, Plant, Cell & Environment, vol. 34, 2083 – 2092. Link
  • Winkel,Anders et al (2013), Internal aeration of paddy field rice (Oryza sativa) during complete submergence GÇô importance of light and floodwater O2, New Phytologist, vol. 197, 1193 – 1203. 
  • WITTY,J.F. (1991), Microelectrode Measurements of Hydrogen Concentrations and Gradients in Legume Nodules, Journal of experimental botany, vol. 42, 765 – 771. Link
  • Zivanovic ,BD et al (2005), Light-induced transient ion flux responses from maize leaves and their association with leaf growth and photosynthesis, Plant, Cell & Environment, vol. 28, 340 – 352. Link