Monthly Archives: May 2016

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Zorrilla-Lopez U, Masip G, Arjo G, Bai C, Banakar R, Bassie L, Berman J, Farre G, Miralpeix B, Perez-Massot E, Sabalza M, Sanahuja G, Vamvaka E, Twyman RM, Christou P, Zhu C, Capell T. 2013. Engineering metabolic pathways in plants by multigene transformation. International Journal of Developmental Biology 57, 565-576.

Applied Plant Biotechnology

Zhu C, Yang Q, Ni X, Bai C, Sheng Y, Shi L, Capell T, Sandmann G, Christou P. 2014. Cloning and functional analysis of the promoters that upregulate carotenogenic gene expression during flower development in Gentiana lutea. Physiologia Plantarum 150, 493-504.

Applied Plant Biotechnology

Zhu C, Sanahuja G, Yuan D, Farre G, Arjo G, Berman J, Zorrilla-Lopez U, Banakar R, Bai C, Perez-Massot E, Bassie L, Capell T, Christou P. 2013. Biofortification of plants with altered antioxidant content and composition: genetic engineering strategies. Plant biotechnology journal 11, 129-141.

Applied Plant Biotechnology

Zhang YB, Castane C, Gabarra R, Albajes R, Wan FH. 2015. Host selection by the autoparasitoid Encarsia pergandiella on primary (Bemisia tabaci) and secondary (Eretmocerus mundus) hosts. Insect Science 22, 793-802.

Crop Protection

Zanga D, Capell T, Zhu C, Christou P, Thangaraj H. 2016. Freedom-to-operate analysis of a transgenic multivitamin corn variety. Plant biotechnology journal 14, 1225-1240.

Applied Plant Biotechnology

Voltas J, Lucabaugh D, Regina Chambel M, Pedro Ferrio J. 2015. Intraspecific variation in the use of water sources by the circum-Mediterranean conifer Pinus halepensis. New Phytologist 208, 1031-1041.

Tree Physiology

Voltas J, Julio Camarero J, Carulla D, Aguilera M, Ortiz A, Pedro Ferrio J. 2013. A retrospective, dual-isotope approach reveals individual predispositions to winter-drought induced tree dieback in the southernmost distribution limit of Scots pine. Plant Cell and Environment 36, 1435-1448.

Tree Physiology

Vilanova L, Torres R, Usall J, Teixido N, Gonzalez-Candelas L, Viñas I, Fiori S. 2014 Effect of Fruit Maturity Stage of Orange on the Wound Response to Penicillium digitatum (Pathogen) and P-expansum (Non-Host Pathogen)., 177-181 pp.

Postharvest Biology and Technology

Vilanova L, Viñas I, Torres R, Usall J, Buron-Moles G, Teixido N. 2014. Increasing maturity reduces wound response and lignification processes against Penicillium expansum (pathogen) and Penicillium digitatum (non-host pathogen) infection in apples. Postharvest Biology and Technology 88, 54-60.

Postharvest Biology and Technology

Vilanova L, Wisniewski M, Norelli J, Viñas I, Torres R, Usall J, Phillips J, Droby S, Teixido N. 2014. Transcriptomic Profiling of Apple in Response to Inoculation with a Pathogen (Penicillium expansum) and a Non-pathogen (Penicillium digitatum). Plant Molecular Biology Reporter 32, 566-583.

Postharvest Biology and Technology