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Reactive oxygen species in the elongation zone of maize leaves are necessary for leaf extension
AA Rodrıguez, KA Grunberg, EL Taleisnik
Plant physiology 129 (4), 1627-1632, 2002
2902002
Salt tolerant tomato plants show increased levels of jasmonic acid
H Pedranzani, G Racagni, S Alemano, O Miersch, I Ramírez, ...
Plant Growth Regulation 41 (2), 149-158, 2003
2332003
A saline irrigation regime for improving tomato fruit quality without reducing yield
Y Mizrahi, E Taleisnik, V Kagan-Zur, Y Zohar, R Offenbach, E Matan, ...
AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE, JOURNAL, 1988
1981988
Drought induces distinct growth response, protection, and recovery mechanisms in the maize leaf growth zone
V Avramova, H AbdElgawad, Z Zhang, B Fotschki, R Casadevall, ...
Plant physiology 169 (2), 1382-1396, 2015
1282015
Oxidative stress indicators as selection tools for salt tolerance
C Luna, L Garcia‐Seffino, C Arias, E Taleisnik
Plant Breeding 119 (4), 341-345, 2000
1012000
Ion balance in tomato cultivars differing in salt tolerance. I. Sodium and potassium accumulation and fluxes under moderate salinity
E Taleisnik, K Grunherg
Physiologia Plantarum 92 (3), 528-534, 1994
951994
Effects of salinity on germination and seedling growth of Prosopis flexuosa (DC)
L Catalán, M Balzarini, E Taleisnik, R Sereno, U Karlin
Forest ecology and Management 63 (2-3), 347-357, 1994
911994
Salinity effects on hydraulic conductance, lignin content and peroxidase activity in tomato roots
G Peyrano, E Taleisnik, M Quiroga, SM de Forchetti, H Tigier
Plant physiology and biochemistry (Paris) 35 (5), 387-393, 1997
891997
Cell growth pattern and wall microfibrillar arrangement: experiments with Nitella
ET Gertel, PB Green
Plant physiology 60 (2), 247-254, 1977
851977
Changes in water relation parameters under osmotic and salt stresses in maize and sorghum
L Erdei, E Taleisnik
Physiologia plantarum 89 (2), 381-387, 1993
821993
Response of Chloris gayana cultivars to salinity. 1. Germination and early vegetative growth
E Taleisnik, G Peyrano, C Arias
Tropical Grasslands 31, 232-240, 1997
811997
Water retention capacity in root segments differing in the degree of exodermis development
E Taleisnik, G Peyrano, A Cordoba, C Arias
Annals of Botany 83 (1), 19-27, 1999
741999
Leaf expansion in grasses under salt stress
E Taleisnik, AA Rodríguez, D Bustos, L Erdei, L Ortega, ME Senn
Journal of plant physiology 166 (11), 1123-1140, 2009
652009
Decreased reactive oxygen species concentration in the elongation zone contributes to the reduction in maize leaf growth under salinity
AA Rodríguez, AR Córdoba, L Ortega, E Taleisnik
Journal of Experimental Botany 55 (401), 1383-1390, 2004
632004
Salinity effects on growth and carbon balance in Lycopersicon esculentum and L. pennellii
EL Taleisnik
Physiologia plantarum 71 (2), 213-218, 1987
501987
Salt Glands in Pappophorum (Poaceae)
EL Taleisnik, ANAM ANTON
Annals of Botany 62 (4), 383-388, 1988
491988
Carbon Metabolism Alterations in Sunflower Plants Infected with the Sunflower Chlorotic Mottle Virus
MC Arias, S Lenardon, E Taleisnik
Journal of Phytopathology 151 (5), 267-273, 2003
462003
Salt glands in the Poaceae family and their relationship to salinity tolerance
G Céccoli, J Ramos, V Pilatti, I Dellaferrera, JC Tivano, E Taleisnik, ...
The Botanical Review 81 (2), 162-178, 2015
442015
Why are Chloris gayana leaves shorter in salt-affected plants? Analyses in the elongation zone
L Ortega, SC Fry, E Taleisnik
Journal of experimental Botany 57 (14), 3945-3952, 2006
432006
Salinity-induced decrease in NADPH oxidase activity in the maize leaf blade elongation zone
AA Rodríguez, HR Lascano, D Bustos, E Taleisnik
Journal of plant physiology 164 (3), 223-230, 2007
382007
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