P E H Minchin
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Electrical signalling and systemic proteinase inhibitor induction in the wounded plant
DC Wildon, JF Thain, PEH Minchin, IR Gubb, AJ Reilly, YD Skipper, ...
Nature 360 (6399), 62-65, 1992
5281992
SNF1-related kinases allow plants to tolerate herbivory by allocating carbon to roots
J Schwachtje, PEH Minchin, S Jahnke, JT van Dongen, U Schittko, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (34), 12935-12940, 2006
3392006
A simple mechanistic model of phloem transport which explains sink priority
PEH Minchin, MR Thorpe, JF Farrar
Journal of experimental botany 44 (5), 947-955, 1993
2131993
New understanding on phloem physiology and possible consequences for modelling long‐distance carbon transport
PEH Minchin, A Lacointe
New Phytologist 166 (3), 771-779, 2005
1522005
Measurement of unloading and reloading of photo-assimilate within the stem of bean
PEH Minchin, MR Thorpe
Journal of Experimental Botany 38 (2), 211-220, 1987
1451987
What determines carbon partitioning between competing sinks?
PEH Minchin, MR Thorpe
Journal of Experimental Botany, 1293-1296, 1996
1021996
Phloem import and storage metabolism are highly coordinated by the low oxygen concentrations within developing wheat seeds
JT van Dongen, GW Roeb, M Dautzenberg, A Froehlich, H Vigeolas, ...
Plant Physiology 135 (3), 1809-1821, 2004
952004
Direct measurements of sieve element hydrostatic pressure reveal strong regulation after pathway blockage
N Gould, PEH Minchin, MR Thorpe
Functional Plant Biology 31 (10), 987-993, 2004
892004
Modelling phloem and xylem transport within a complex architecture
A Lacointe, PEH Minchin
Functional Plant Biology 35 (10), 772-780, 2008
872008
Using the short-lived isotope 11C in mechanistic studies of photosynthate transport
PEH Minchin, MR Thorpe
Functional plant biology 30 (8), 831-841, 2003
862003
Apoplastic phloem unloading in the stem of bean
PEH Minchin, MR Thorpe
Journal of Experimental Botany 35 (4), 538-550, 1984
691984
Phloem hydrostatic pressure relates to solute loading rate: a direct test of the Münch hypothesis
N Gould, MR Thorpe, O Koroleva, PEH Minchin
Functional Plant Biology 32 (11), 1019-1026, 2005
642005
Quantitative interpretation of phloem translocation data
PEH Minchin, JH Troughton
Annual Review of Plant Physiology 31 (1), 191-215, 1980
631980
Jasmonic acid treatment to part of the root system is consistent with simulated leaf herbivory, diverting recently assimilated carbon towards untreated roots within an hour
GJ Henkes, MR Thorpe, PEH Minchin, U Schurr, USR Roese
Plant, Cell & Environment 31 (9), 1229-1236, 2008
602008
Exudation of recently fixed carbon by non-sterile roots
PEH Minchin, GS McNaughton
Journal of Experimental Botany 35 (1), 74-82, 1984
561984
Further evidence of apoplastic unloading into the stem of bean: identification of the phloem buffering pool
PEH Minchin, KG Ryan, MR Thorpe
Journal of Experimental Botany 35 (12), 1744-1753, 1984
531984
On the mechanism of C4 photosynthesis intermediate exchange between Kranz mesophyll and bundle sheath cells in grasses
P Sowiński, J Szczepanik, PEH Minchin
Journal of experimental botany 59 (6), 1137-1147, 2008
522008
Seed coat unloading in Pisum sativum—osmotic effects in attached versus excised empty ovules
MA GRUSAK, PEH Minchin
Journal of Experimental botany 39 (5), 543-559, 1988
511988
Mechanisms of long-and short-distance transport from sources to sinks
MR Thorpe, PEH Minchin
Photoassimilate Distribution in Plants and Crops: Source-Sink Relationships …, 1996
491996
Partitioning of carbon in split root systems of barley: effect of temperature of the root
PEH Minchin, JF Farrar, MR Thorpe
Journal of Experimental Botany 45 (8), 1103-1109, 1994
491994
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