Abstract Index, By Title

Abstracts received so far:

  1. Analysis of growth requirements of locally rare bladderworts (Utricularia spp.; Lentibulariaceae). - MCDERMOTT, MATTHEW AND DOUGLAS W. DARNOWSKI.*
  2. Antioxidant strategies of red versus green leaves. - NEILL, SAMUEL O.*, KEVIN S. GOULD, PAUL A. KILMARTIN, KENNETH R. MARKHAM, AND KEVIN A. MITCHELL.
  3. Calorimetric Studies of Desert Soil Crust Metabolism in Response to Temperature and Water. - WALKER, JILLIAN LEIGH*, T. THYGERSON, BRUCE SMITH, LEE HANSEN, R. CRIDDLE, AND ROSEMARY PENDLETON.
  4. Clonal propagation of Tectona philippinensis Bentham et Hooker f. ex Merrill of Family Verbenaceae. - FOLLOSCO, MINDA P.
  5. Differences in temperature dependence of respiration among subspecies and hybrid populations of big sagebrush: nature vs. nurture. - SMITH, BRUCE N.
  6. Effects of magnesium chloride on Pinus contorta seedlings. - BUCK, MEGHAN*, ROBERT REINSVOLD, GERRY SAUNDERS, AND TERESA HINZ.
  7. Effects of reflected light on the anatomy and photosynthesis of Ipomoea pes-caprae (L.) R. BR. (Convolvulaceae), a tropical sand dune vine, The. - GREAVER, TARA LIN.
  8. Endoproteases in Sorghum bicolor (Cv. Giza 10) during germination. - MOHAMED, SALEH M.
  9. Epicuticular leaf wax load on isogenic lines of sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench) and its contribution to water stress resistance. - LOPEZ-SANTILLAN, JOSE ALBERTO, ALFREDO J HUERTA*, AND SERGIO CASTRO-NAVA.
  10. Isotope ratio mass spectroscopy: a powerful tool for analyzing the respective contributions of environment and inheritance in plant growth. - JONES, CLAYTON A.
  11. Metabolic adaptation of plants to growth season temperature and temperature range along an altitudinal gradient. - MATHESON, TAINA.
  12. Metabolic pathways of oats. - OLSON, AARON.
  13. Microcalorimetric studies on winterfat, Eurotia lanata, metabolism in response to temperature. - THYGERSON, TONYA*, BRUCE N. SMITH, D. TERRANCE BOOTH, AND LEE D. HANSEN.
  14. Oxidative stress tolerance in cotton and spurred anoda under competition and drought. - RATNAYAKA, H. HARISH*, WILLIAM T. MOLIN, AND TRACY M. STERLING.
  15. Proline catabolism in Bradyrhizobium japonicum: Drought effects. - STRAUB, PETER F.
  16. Response of Sporobolus virginicus (Poaceae) to salinity. - BELL, HESTER L.* AND JAMES W. O'LEARY.
  17. Role of hurricanes, tornados and gale force winds in seagrass distribution in subtropical and tropical nearshore waters, The. - THORHAUG, ANITRA* AND HAROLD WANLESS.
  18. Sodium implication in the response of the halophyte species Atriplex halimus L. to various abiotic stresses. - LUTTS, S*, J P MARTINEZ, M BAJJI, AND J M KINET.
  19. Test Plots of Seagrass Species Affecting Long-term Survival of Restored Seagrass. - THORHAUG, ANITRA.
  20. Threshold for reversal of xylem embolism in Laurus nobilis, The. - HACKE, UWE G.* AND JOHN S. SPERRY.