Publicaciones Científicas- 2019

First blog post

Nieves-Cordones, M., Lara, A., Ródenas, R., Amo, J., Rivero, R.M., Martínez, V., Rubio, F. (2019)
Modulation of K+ translocation by AKT1 and AtHAK5 in Arabidopsis plants
Plant Cell and Environment, 42 (8), pp. 2357-2371.

Navarro-León, E., Ruiz, J.M., Albacete, A., Blasco, B. (2019)
Effect of CAX1a TILLING mutations and calcium concentration on some primary metabolism processes in Brassica rapa plants
Journal of Plant Physiology, 237, pp. 51-60.

Simón-Grao, S., Nieves, M., Martínez-Nicolás, J.J., Alfosea-Simón, M., Cámara-Zapata, J.M., Fernández-Zapata, J.C., García-Sánchez, F. (2019)
Arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis improves tolerance of Carrizo citrange to excess boron supply by reducing leaf B concentration and toxicity in the leaves and roots
Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 173, pp. 322-330.

Shahid, M.A., Balal, R.M., Khan, N., Simón-Grao, S., Alfosea-Simón, M., Cámara-Zapata, J.M., Mattson, N.S., Garcia-Sanchez, F. (2019)
Rootstocks influence the salt tolerance of Kinnow mandarin trees by altering the antioxidant defense system, osmolyte concentration, and toxic ion accumulation
Scientia Horticulturae, 250, pp. 1-11.

Nieves-Cordones, M., López-Delacalle, M., Ródenas, R., Martínez, V., Rubio, F., Rivero, R.M. (2019)
Critical responses to nutrient deprivation: A comprehensive review on the role of ROS and RNS
Environmental and Experimental Botany, 161, pp. 74-85.

Ródenas, R., Martínez, V., Nieves-Cordones, M., Rubio, F. (2019)
High external K+ concentrations impair pi nutrition, induce the phosphate starvation response, and reduce arsenic toxicity in arabidopsis plants
International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 20 (9), art. no. 2237, .

Nieves-Cordones, M., Andrianteranagna, M., Cuéllar, T., Chérel, I., Gibrat, R., Boeglin, M., Moreau, B., Paris, N., Verdeil, J.-L., Zimmermann, S., Gaillard, I. (2019)
Characterization of the grapevine Shaker K + channel VvK3.1 supports its function in massive potassium fluxes necessary for berry potassium loading and pulvinus-actuated leaf movements
New Phytologist, 222 (1), pp. 286-300.

Farcuh, M., Toubiana, D., Sade, N., Rivero, R.M., Doron-Faigenboim, A., Nambara, E., Sadka, A., Blumwald, E. (2019)
Hormone balance in a climacteric plum fruit and its non-climacteric bud mutant during ripening
Plant Science, 280, pp. 51-65.

Conesa, A., Manera, F.C., Brotons, J.M., Fernández-Zapata, J.C., Simón, I., Simón-Grao, S., Alfosea-Simón, M., Martínez Nicolás, J.J., Valverde, J.M., García-Sanchez, F. (2019)
Changes in the content of chlorophylls and carotenoids in the rind of Fino 49 lemons during maturation and their relationship with parameters from the CIELAB color space
Scientia Horticulturae, 243, pp. 252-260.

Belmecheri-Cherifi, H., Albacete, A., Martínez-Andújar, C., Pérez-Alfocea, F., Abrous-Belbachir, O. (2019)
The growth impairment of salinized fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum L.) plants is associated to changes in the hormonal balance
Journal of Plant Physiology, 232, pp. 311-319.

Zamora-Izquierdo, M.A., Santa, J., Martínez, J.A., Martínez, V., Skarmeta, A.F. (2019)
Smart farming IoT platform based on edge and cloud computing
Biosystems Engineering, 177, pp. 4-17. Cited 1 time.

Tyerman, S.D., Munns, R., Fricke, W., Arsova, B., Barkla, B.J., Bose, J., Bramley, H., Byrt, C., Chen, Z., Colmer, T.D., Cuin, T., Day, D.A., Foster, K., Gilliham, M., Henderson, S.W., Horie, T., Jenkins, C.L.D., Kaiser, B.N., Katsuhara, M., Plett, D., Miklavcic, S.J., Roy, S.J., Rubio, F., Shabala, S., Shelden, M., Soole, K., Taylor, N.L., Tester, M., Watt, M., Wege, S., Wegner, L.H., Wen, Z. (2019)
Energy costs of salinity tolerance in crop plants
New Phytologist, 221 (1), pp. 25-29.

Simón-Grao, S., Nieves, M., Cámara-Zapata, J.M., Martínez-Nicolás, J.J., Rivero, R.M., Fernández-Zapata, J.C., García-Sánchez, F. (2019)
The Forner Alcaide nº 5 citrus genotype shows a different physiological response to the excess of boron in the irrigation water in relation to its two genotype progenitors
Scientia Horticulturae, 245, pp. 19-28.


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