List of Journal Publications on Stomata by Pepperdine Undergraduates
(* indicates undergraduate student)
Heaton*, T., A. Lee*, and G. Tallman 1987. Stomata in senescing leaves: Guard cell viability and regulation of stomatal function in Nicotiana glauca. In Plant Senescence: Its Biochemistry and Physiology. W. Thomson, E. Nothnagel, and R. Huffaker (Editors). American Society of Plant Physiologists. Rockville, MD. 198-214.
Kruse*, T., G. Tallman, and E. Zeiger 1989. Isolation of guard cell protoplasts from mechanically prepared epidermis of Vicia faba leaves. Plant Physiology. 90: 1382-1386.
Green, D. B., S. M. Dodge*, J. R. Lee*, and G. Tallman 1990. Effect of sodium hexanitrocobaltate (III) decomposition on its staining of intracellular potassium ions. Stain Technology. 65: 15-24.
Stoddard*, R. J. and S. D. Davis 1990. Comparative photosynthesis, water relations, and nutrient status of burned, unburned, and clipped Rhus laurina after chaparral wildfire. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Science. 89: 26-38.
Cupples*, W., J. Lee*, and G. Tallman 1991. Division of guard cell protoplasts of Nicotiana glauca (Graham) in liquid cultures. Plant, Cell, and Environment. 14: 691-697.
Thomas*, C., S. D. Davis, and G. Tallman 1991. Responses of stomata of senescing and nonsenescing leaves of Nicotiana glauca to change in intercellular concentrations of leaf carbon dioxide. Plant, Cell and Environment. 14: 971-978.
Dodge*, S. M., P. B. Marsh*, and G. Tallman 1992. Comparison of physiological responses of guard cell protoplasts of Nicotiana glauca isolated from leaves collected before dawn or at midday. Physiologia Plantarum. 86: 221-230.
Poffenroth*, M., D. B. Green, and G. Tallman 1992. Sugar concentrations in guard cells of Vicia faba illuminated with red or blue light: analysis by high performance liquid chromatography. Plant Physiology. 98: 1460-1471.
Roberts*, C., P. Sahgal*, F. Merritt*, B. Perlman*, and G. Tallman 1995. Temperature and abscisic acid can be used to regulate survival, growth, and differentiation of cultured guard cell protoplasts of tree tobacco. Plant Physiology. 109: 1411-1420.
Klein*, M., G. Cheng*, M. R. Chung*, and G. Tallman 1996. Effects of turgor potentials of epidermal cells neighboring guard cells on stomatal opening in detached leaf epidermis and intact leaflets of Vicia faba L. (faba bean). Plant, Cell and Environment. 19:1399-1407.
Taylor, J.E., B. Abram, G. Boorse*, and G. Tallman. 1998. Approaches to evaluating the extent to which guard cell protoplasts of Nicotiana glauca (tree tobacco) retain their characteristics when cultured under conditions that affect their survival, growth, and differentiation. Journal of Experimental Botany 49 (special issue), 377-386.
Boorse*, G. and G. Tallman. 1999. Guard cell protoplasts: Isolation, culture, and regeneration of plants. In Methods in Molecular Biology, R.D. Hall, ed., Vol. 111: Plant Cell culture Protocols. Humana Press, Totowa, NJ, USA, PP. 243-257.
Merritt*, F. A. Kemper and G. Tallman. 2001. Inhibitors of ethylene synthesis reduce auxin-induced stomatal opening in leaf epidermis detached from Vicia faba L. Plant and Cell Physiology 42:223-230.
Olsen*, R. L., R.B. Pratt*, P. Gump*, A. Kemper and G. Tallman 2002. Guard cells of Vicia faba L. (faba bean) respond to reduced CO2 concentrations during stomatal opening by accumulating potassium ions through a red light-activated, chloroplast-dependent signal transduction pathway. New Phytologist. 153:497-508.
Pratt, R.B., F.W. Ewers, M.C. Lawson, A.L. Jacobsen*, M. Brediger*, S.D.
Davis 2005. Mechanisms for tolerating freeze-thaw stress of two evergreen chaparral species: Rhus ovata and Malosma laurina (Anacardiaceae). American Journal Botany. 92:1102-1113.
Davis, S.D., F.W. Ewers, R.B. Pratt, P.L. Brown*, T.J. Bowen* 2005. Interactive effects of freezing and drought on long distance transport: A case study for chaparral shrubs of California. In: Vascular Transport in Plants, N. Michele Holbrook, Maciej A. Zwieniecki (Ed.). Elsevier/AP co-imprint, Oxford, 20:425-435.