Jeremy Barnes
Jeremy Barnes
Professor of Environmental Biology, Newcastle University
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A reappraisal of the use of DMSO for the extraction and determination of chlorophylls a and b in lichens and higher plants
JD Barnes, L Balaguer, E Manrique, S Elvira, AW Davison
Environmental and Experimental botany 32 (2), 85-100, 1992
The function of ascorbate oxidase in tobacco
C Pignocchi, JM Fletcher, JE Wilkinson, JD Barnes, CH Foyer
Plant Physiology 132 (3), 1631-1641, 2003
Dissecting a wheat QTL for yield present in a range of environments: from the QTL to candidate genes
SA Quarrie, S Pekic Quarrie, R Radosevic, D Rancic, A Kaminska, ...
Journal of experimental botany 57 (11), 2627-2637, 2006
Effects of ozone on wild plants
AW Davison, JD Barnes
New Phytologist 139 (1), 135-151, 1998
Over-expression of ascorbate oxidase in the apoplast of transgenic tobacco results in altered ascorbate and glutathione redox states and increased sensitivity to ozone
M Sanmartin, PD Drogoudi, T Lyons, I Pateraki, J Barnes, AK Kanellis
Planta 216 (6), 918-928, 2003
The use of ozone in the remediation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon contaminated soil
MM O’Mahony, ADW Dobson, JD Barnes, I Singleton
Chemosphere 63 (2), 307-314, 2006
Impact of atmospheric ozone-enrichment on quality-related attributes of tomato fruit
N Tzortzakis, A Borland, I Singleton, J Barnes
Postharvest Biology and Technology 45 (3), 317-325, 2007
Ascorbate oxidase-dependent changes in the redox state of the apoplast modulate gene transcript accumulation leading to modified hormone signaling and orchestration of defense†…
C Pignocchi, G Kiddle, I HernŠndez, SJ Foster, A Asensi, T Taybi, ...
Plant physiology 141 (2), 423-435, 2006
The influence of UV-B radiation on the physicochemical nature of tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L.) leaf surfaces
JD Barnes, KE Percy, ND Paul, P Jones, CK McLaughlin, PM Mullineaux, ...
Journal of Experimental Botany 47 (1), 99-109, 1996
The architecture of plant crowns: from design rules to light capture and performance
F Valladares, ‹ Niinemets
Functional plant ecology, 101-150, 2007
The influence of ozone on the winter hardiness of Norway spruce [Picea abies (L.) Karst.]
JD Barnes, AW Davison
New Phytologist 108 (2), 159-166, 1988
Simulating ozone detoxification in the leaf apoplast through the direct reaction with ascorbate
M PlŲchl, T Lyons, J Ollerenshaw, J Barnes
Planta 210 (3), 454-467, 2000
Does ascorbate in the mesophyll cell walls form the first line of defence against ozone? Testing the concept using broad bean ( Vicia faba L.)
E Turcsányi, T Lyons, M Plöchl, J Barnes
Journal of Experimental Botany 51 (346), 901-910, 2000
Deployment of low-level ozone-enrichment for the preservation of chilled fresh produce
N Tzortzakis, I Singleton, J Barnes
Postharvest Biology and Technology 43 (2), 261-270, 2007
The influence of CO2 and O3, singly and in combination, on gas exchange, growth and nutrient status of radish (Raphanus sativus L.)
JD Barnes, T Pfirrmann
New Phytologist 121 (3), 403-412, 1992
Altered stomatal dynamics in ascorbate oxidase over-expressing tobacco plants suggest a role for dehydroascorbate signalling
V Fotopoulos, MC De Tullio, J Barnes, AK Kanellis
Journal of Experimental Botany 59 (4), 729-737, 2008
Production and utilization of assimilates in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) leaves exposed to elevated O3 and/or CO2
L Balaguer, JD Barnes, A Panicucci, AM Borland
New Phytologist 129 (4), 557-568, 1995
Ozone accelerates structural degradation of epicuticular wax on Norway spruce needles
JD Barnes, AW Davison, TA Booth
New Phytologist 110 (3), 309-318, 1988
Responses to ultraviolet‐B radiation (280–315 nm) of pea (Pisum sativum) lines differing in leaf surface wax
R Gonzalez, ND Paul, K Percy, M Ambrose, CK McLaughlin, JD Barnes, ...
Physiologia plantarum 98 (4), 852-860, 1996
Effects of elevated CO2 and/or O3 on growth, development and physiology of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
JD Barnes, JH Ollerenshaw, CP Whitfield
Global Change Biology 1 (2), 129-142, 1995
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