Helen Bramley
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Plant aquaporins: multifunctional water and solute channels with expanding roles
SD Tyerman, CM Niemietz, H Bramley
Plant, cell & environment 25 (2), 173-194, 2002
Heat stress in wheat during reproductive and grain-filling phases
M Farooq, H Bramley, JA Palta, KHM Siddique
Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences 30 (6), 491-507, 2011
Neglecting legumes has compromised human health and sustainable food production
CH Foyer, HM Lam, HT Nguyen, KHM Siddique, RK Varshney, TD Colmer, ...
Nature plants 2 (8), 1-10, 2016
Roles of morphology, anatomy, and aquaporins in determining contrasting hydraulic behavior of roots
H Bramley, NC Turner, DW Turner, SD Tyerman
Plant physiology 150 (1), 348-364, 2009
Water flow in the roots of crop species: the influence of root structure, aquaporin activity, and waterlogging
H Bramley, DW Turner, SD Tyerman, NC Turner
Advances in agronomy 96, 133-196, 2007
Can elevated CO2 combined with high temperature ameliorate the effect of terminal drought in wheat?
ED de Oliveira, H Bramley, KHM Siddique, S Henty, J Berger, JA Palta
Functional Plant Biology 40 (2), 160-171, 2013
Energy costs of salt tolerance in crop plants
R Munns, DA Day, W Fricke, M Watt, B Arsova, BJ Barkla, J Bose, CS Byrt, ...
New Phytologist 225 (3), 1072-1090, 2020
Comparison between gradient‐dependent hydraulic conductivities of roots using the root pressure probe: the role of pressure propagations and implications for the relative roles …
H Bramley, NC Turner, DW Turner, SD Tyerman
Plant, Cell & Environment 30 (7), 861-874, 2007
Floodwater infiltration through root channels on a sodic clay floodplain and the influence on a local tree species Eucalyptus largiflorens
H Bramley, J Hutson, SD Tyerman
Plant and Soil 253 (1), 275-286, 2003
The contrasting influence of short-term hypoxia on the hydraulic properties of cells and roots of wheat and lupin
H Bramley, NC Turner, DW Turner, SD Tyerman
Functional Plant Biology 37 (3), 183-193, 2010
Reprint of “Contrasting stomatal regulation and leaf ABA concentrations in wheat genotypes when split root systems were exposed to terminal drought”
R Saradadevi, H Bramley, KHM Siddique, E Edwards, JA Palta
Field Crops Research 165, 5-14, 2014
High temperature reduces the positive effect of elevated CO< sub> 2</sub> on wheat root system growth
M Benlloch-Gonzalez, R Bochicchio, J Berger, H Bramley, JA Palta
Field Crops Research 165, 71-79, 2014
Non-invasive pressure probes magnetically clamped to leaves to monitor the water status of wheat
H Bramley, W Ehrenberger, U Zimmermann, JA Palta, S Rüger, ...
Plant and soil 369 (1-2), 257-268, 2013
The plasticity of the growth and proliferation of wheat root system under elevated CO2
M Benlloch-Gonzalez, J Berger, H Bramley, G Rebetzke, JA Palta
Plant and Soil 374 (1-2), 963-976, 2014
Water use efficiency
H Bramley, NC Turner, KHM Siddique
Genomics and breeding for climate-resilient crops, 225-268, 2013
Root water transport under waterlogged conditions and the roles of aquaporins
H Bramley, S Tyerman
Waterlogging signalling and tolerance in plants, 151-180, 2010
Water flow in the roots of three crop species: the influence of root structure, aquaporin activity and waterlogging
H Bramley
University of Western Australia, 2006
Regional impacts of climate change on agriculture and the role of adaptation
P Berry, J Ramirez-Villegas, H Bramley, MA Mgonja, S Mohanty
Plant genetic resource and climate change. CABI, Boston, 78-97, 2013
Response of wheat restricted‐tillering and vigorous growth traits to variables of climate change
EA Dias de Oliveira, KHM Siddique, H Bramley, K Stefanova, JA Palta
Global Change Biology 21 (2), 857-873, 2015
Root growth of lupins is more sensitive to waterlogging than wheat
H Bramley, SD Tyerman, DW Turner, NC Turner
Functional Plant Biology 38 (11), 910-918, 2011
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