References in Duckweed Genetics
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Population Genetics and Clonal Differences
Jordan, W.C., Courtney, M.W. and Neigel, J.E.
Low levels of intraspecific genetic variation at a rapidly evolving chloroplast DNA locus in North American duckweeds (Lemnaceae).Crawford, D.J. and Landolt, E.
American journal of botany. Apr 1996. v. 83 (4) p. 430-439.
Allozyme studies in Spirodela (Lemnaceae): variation among conspecific clones and divergence among the species.Crawford, D.J., Landolt, E. and Les, D.H.
Systematic botany. July/Sept 1993. v. 18 (3) p. 389-394.
An allozyme study of two sibling species of Lemna (Lemnaceae) with comments on their morphology, ecology and distribution.Cole, C.T. and Voskuil, M.I.
Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club. Jan/Mar 1996. v. 123 (1) p. 1-6.
Population genetic structure in duckweed (Lemna minor, Lemnaceae).Vasseur, L., Aarssen, L.W. and Lefebvre, D.D.
Canadian journal of botany = Journal canadien de botanique. Feb 1996. v. 74 (2) p. 222-230.
Plasticity of morphological and isozymic traits in response to short-term environmental variation in Lemna minor L.Vasseur, L., Aarssen, L.W. and Bennett, T.
Écoscience. Écoscience (Sainte-Foy, Quebec) 1994. v. 1 (3) p. 259-264.
Allozymic variation in local apomictic populations of Lemna minor (Lemnaceae).Van Steveninck, R.F.M., Van Steveninck, M.E. and Fernando, D.R.
American journal of botany. Aug 1993. v. 80 (8) p. 974-979.
Heavy-metal (Zn, Cd) tolerance in selected clones of duck weed (Lemna minor).Wimpee, C.F., Stiekema, W.J. and Tobin, E.M.
Developments in plant and soil sciences. 1993. v. 50 p. 387-396.
Sequence heterogeneity in the RuBP carboxylase small subunit gene family of Lemna gibba.Vasseur, L., Aarssen, L.W. and Lefebvre, D.D.
Cellular and molecular biology of plant stress. 1983. v. 12 p. 391-401.
Allozymic and morphometric variation in Lemna minor (Lemnaceae).Cowgill, U.M., Milazzo, D.P. and Landenberger, B.D.
Plant systematics and evolution. 1991. v. 177 (3/4) p. 139-148.
The sensitivity of Lemna gibba G-3 and four clones of Lemna minor to eight common chemicals using a 7-day test.Lange, L, de., Pieterse, A.H. and Baarsen-Beckers, I. van.
Research journal of the Water Pollution Control Federation. Nov/Dec 1991. v. 63 (7) p. 991-998.
The occurrence of mixed populations of different genotypes of the Lemna gibba-Lemna minor complex.Davidson, D. and Simon, J.P.
Acta botanica Neerlandica. May 1981. v. 30 (3) p. 191-197.
Thermal adaptation and acclimation of ecotypic populations of Spirodela polyrhiza (L.) Schleid. (Lemnaceae): temperature dependency of Km of NAD malate dehydrogenase.Davidson, D. and Simon, J.P.
Journal of thermal biology. July 1983. v. 8 (3) p. 289-296.
Thermal adaptation and acclimation of ecotypic populations of Spirodela polyrhiza (Lemnaceae): thermostability and apparent activation energy of NAD malate dehydrogenase.Datko, A.H., Mudd, S.H. and Giovanelli, J.
Canadian journal of botany. = Journal canadien de botanique. June 1981. v. 59 (6) p. 1061-1068.
Lemna paucicostata Hegelm. 6746. Life cycle and characterization of the colony types in a population.Also see this article on clonal differences in tissue culture response.
Plant physiology. May 1980. v. 65 (5) p. 913-923.
Akhtar TA, Lampi MA, Greenberg BM.
Identification of six differentially expressed genes in response to copper exposure in the aquatic plant Lemna gibba (Duckweed).
Environ Toxicol Chem. 2005 Jul;24(7):1705-15.
Rothwell GW, Van Atta MR, Ballard HE Jr, Stockey RA.
Molecular phylogenetic relationships among Lemnaceae and Araceae using the chloroplast trnL-trnF intergenic spacer.Yamamoto YT, Rajbhandari N, Lin X, Bergmann BA, Nishimura Y, Stomp AM.
Mol Phylogenet Evol. 2004 Feb;30(2):378-85.
Genetic Transformation of Duckweed Lemna gibba and Lemna minor.Okubara, P.A., Williams, S.A., Doxsee, R.A. and Tobin, E.M.
In Vitro Cellular and Developmental Biology Plant 2001. 37:349-353.
Analysis of genes negatively regulated by phytochrome action in Lemna gibba and identification of a promoter region required for phytochrome responsiveness.Posno, M., Vliet, A. van. and Groot, G.S.P.
Plant physiology. Plant physiology (Lancaster, Pa.) Mar 1993. v. 101 (3) p. 915-924.
Localization of chloroplast ribosomal protein genes on Spirodela oligorhiza chloroplast DNA.Posno, M., Verweij, W.R., Dekker, I.C., Waard, P.M. de. and Groot, G.S.P.
Current genetics. 1986. v. 10 (12) p. 923-930.
The genes encoding chloroplast ribosomal proteins S7 and S12 are located in the inverted repeat of Spirodela oligorhiza chloroplast DNA.Posno, M., Torenvliet, D.J., Lustig, H., Noort, M. van. and Groot, G.S.P.
Current genetics. 1986. v. 11 (1) p. 25-34.
Localization of three chloroplast ribosomal protein genes at the leaf junction of the large single copy region and the inverted repeat of Spirodela oligorhiza chloroplast DNA.Karlin-Neumann, G.A. Kohorn, B.D., Thornber, J.P. and Tobin, E.M.
Current genetics. 1985. v. 9 (3) p. 211-219.
A chlorophyll a/b-protein encoded by a gene containing an intron with characteristics of a transposable element.Heij, H.T. de., Lustig, H., Moeskops, D.J.M, Bovenberg, W.A. and Bisanz, C.
Journal of molecular and applied genetics. 1985. v. 3 (1) p. 45-61.
Chloroplast DNAs of Spinacia, Petunia and Spirodela have a similar gene organization.Keus, R.J.A., Roovers, D.J., Heerikhuizen, H. van., and Groot, G.S.P.
Current genetics. 1983. v. 7 (1) p. 1-6.
Molecular cloning and characterization of the chloroplast ribosomal RNA genes from Spirodela oligorhiza Aquatic plant .Groot, G.S.P. and Harten-Loosbroek, N. van.
Current genetics. 1983. v. 7 (1) p. 7-12.
Physical mapping of 4S RNA genes on chloroplast DNA of Spirodela oligorhiza Duckweed .
Current genetics. 1981. v. 4 (3) p. 187-190.
Callus induction and regeneration in Spirodela and Lemna.Moon HK, Rajbhandari N and Stomp AM
Plant Cell Reports. 2004 22(7): 457-464
Effect of media components and phytohormones on in vitro frond proliferation of Lemna gibba G3 and 24 additional L. gibba strains.Moon, H.K. and Stomp, A.M.
Plant Res. 1998 1(2): 98-104.
Effects of medium components and light on callus induction, growth, and frond regeneration in Lemna gibba (duckweed).Frick, H. and Morley, K.
In vitro cellular & developmental biology. Plant : journal of the Tissue Culture Association. Jan/Mar 1997. v. 33 (1) p. 20-25.
Metabolism of lactose by Lemna minor L. (duckweed) callus.Slovin, J.P. and Cohen, J.D.
Process biochemistry. Process biochemistry (Barking, London, England) 1995. v. 30 (1) p. 57-62.
Levels of indole-3-acetic acid in Lemna gibba G-3 and in a large Lemna mutant regenerated from tissue culture.
Plant physiology. Feb 1988. v. 86 (2) p. 522-526.
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