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Selected Publications of Professor Eliezer Zeiger

Selected publications:

  • Amodeo, G., Escobar, A., Zeiger, E. A cationic channel in the guard cell tonoplast of Allium Cepa. Plant Physiol. 105, 999-1006, 1994.
  • Quiñones, M.A., Zeiger, E. A putative role of the xanthophyll, zeaxanthin, in blue light photoreception of corn coleoptiles. Science 264, 558-561, 1994.
  • Radin, J.W., Lu, Z., Percy, R. G., Zeiger, E. Genetic variability for stomatal conductance in Pima cotton and its relation to improvements of heat adaptation. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., USA, 91, 7217-7221, 1994.
  • Lu, Z., Zeiger, E. Selection for higher yields and heat resistance in Pima cotton has caused genetically determined changes in stomatal conductances. Physiol. Plant. 92, 273-278, 1994.
  • Lu, Z., Radin, J.W., Turcotte, E.L., Percy, R.G., Zeiger, E. High yields in advanced lines of Pima cotton are associated with higher stomatal conductance, reduced leaf area and lower leaf temperature. Physiol. Plant. 92, 266-272, 1994.
  • Srivastava, A., Zeiger, E. The inhibitor of zeaxanthin formation, dithiothreitol, inhibits blue-light-stimulated stomatal opening in Vicia faba. Planta 196, 445-449, 1995.
  • Srivastava, A., Lu, Z., Zeiger, E. Modification of guard cell properties in advanced lines of Pima cotton bred for higher yields and heat resistance. Plant Science 108, 125-131, 1995.
  • Zhu, J., Zeiger, R. Zeiger, E. Structural and functional properties of the coleoptile chloroplast: Photosynthesis and photosensory transduction. Photosyn. Res. 44, 207- 219, 1995.
  • Lu, Z-M., Chen, J-W., Percy, R., Sharifi, M.R., Rundel, P.W., Zeiger, E. Genetic variation in carbon isotope discrimination and its relation to stomatal conductance in Pima cotton (Gossypium barbadense). Aust. J. of Plant Physiol. 23, 127-132, 1996.
  • Percy, R.G., Lu, Z-M., Radin, J.W., Turcotte, E.L., Zeiger, E. Inheritance of stomatal conductance in cotton (Gossypium barbadense). Physiologia Plantarum 96, 389-394, 1996.
  • Quiñones, M.A., Lu, Z-M., Zeiger, E. Close correspondence between the action spectra for the blue light responses of the guard cell and coleoptile chloroplasts, and the spectra for blue light-dependent stomatal opening and coleoptile phototropism. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 93, 2224-2228, 1996.
  • Talbott, L.D., Zeiger, E. Central roles for potassium and sucrose in guard-cell osmoregulation. Plant Physiology, 111, 1051-1057, 1996.
  • Zhu, J., Gomez, S.M., Mawson, B.T., Jin, X., Zeiger, E. The coleoptile chloroplast: Distinct distribution of xanthophyll cycle pigments, and enrichment in photosystem II. Photosynthesis Research, 51, 137-147, 1997.
  • Lu, Z., Percy, R.G., Qualset, C.O., Zeiger, E. Stomatal conductance predicts yields in irrigated Pima cotton and bread wheat grown at high temperatures. Journal of Experimental Botany, 49, 453-460, 1998.
  • Talbott, L.D., Zeiger, E. The role of sucrose in guard cell osmoregulation. Journal of Experimental Botany, 49, 329-337, 1998.
  • Zeiger, E., Zhu, J. Role of zeaxanthin in blue light photoreception and the modulation of light-CO2 interactions in guard cells. Journal of Experimental Botany, 49, 433-442, 1998.
  • Taiz, L.; Zeiger, E. Plant physiology, Second edition.Sinauer Associates, Sunderland, Mass., USA, 1998.
  • Frechilla, S, Zhu, J., Talbott, L.D., Zeiger, E. Stomata from npq1, a zeaxanthin-less Arabidopsis mutant, lacks a specific response to blue light. Plant & Cell Physiology, 40, 949- 954, 1999.
  • Zeiger, Eduardo. Sensory transduction of blue light in guard cells. In: Trends in Plant Science May, 2000. 5 (5): 183-184.


 

 

 

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