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Thomas B. Kinraide
Thomas B. Kinraide
Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture (retired)
Verified email at kinraide.net
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Identity of the rhizotoxic aluminium species
TB Kinraide
Plant-soil interactions at low pH, 717-728, 1991
5801991
Interactive Effects of Al3+, H+, and Other Cations on Root Elongation Considered in Terms of Cell-Surface Electrical Potential
TB Kinraide, PR Ryan, LV Kochian
Plant Physiology 99 (4), 1461-1468, 1992
3491992
Cation amelioration of aluminum toxicity in wheat
TB Kinraide, DR Parker
Plant Physiology 83 (3), 546-551, 1987
3001987
Three mechanisms for the calcium alleviation of mineral toxicities
TB Kinraide
Plant Physiology 118 (2), 513-520, 1998
2901998
Comparison of three spectrophotometric methods for differentiating mono‐and polynuclear hydroxy‐aluminum complexes
DR Parker, LW Zelazny, TB Kinraide
Soil Science Society of America Journal 52 (1), 67-75, 1988
2481988
Interactions among Ca2+, Na+ and K+ in salinity toxicity: quantitative resolution of multiple toxic and ameliorative effects
TB Kinraide
Journal of Experimental Botany 50 (338), 1495-1505, 1999
2391999
Aluminum speciation and phytotoxicity in dilute hydroxy‐aluminum solutions
DR Parker, TB Kinraide, LW Zelazny
Soil Science Society of America Journal 52 (2), 438-444, 1988
2171988
Reconsidering the rhizotoxicity of hydroxyl, sulphate, and fluoride complexes of aluminium
TB Kinraide
Journal of Experimental Botany 48 (5), 1115-1124, 1997
2021997
Improvements to the program GEOCHEM
DR Parker, LW Zelazny, TB Kinraide
Soil Science Society of America Journal 51 (2), 488-491, 1987
2011987
Fine root diameters can change in response to changes in nutrient concentrations
RW Zobel, TB Kinraide, VC Baligar
Plant and Soil 297 (1), 243-254, 2007
1912007
Aluminum enhancement of plant growth in acid rooting media. A case of reciprocal alleviation of toxicity by two toxic cations
TB Kinraide
Physiologia Plantarum 88 (4), 619-625, 1993
1851993
Relative effectiveness of calcium and magnesium in the alleviation of rhizotoxicity in wheat induced by copper, zinc, aluminum, sodium, and low pH
TB Kinraide, JF Pedler, DR Parker
Plant and Soil 259 (1), 201-208, 2004
1742004
Toxicity factors in acidic forest soils: attempts to evaluate separately the toxic effects of excessive Al3+ and H+ and insufficient Ca2+ and Mg2+ upon root elongation
TB Kinraide
European Journal of Soil Science 54 (2), 323-333, 2003
1602003
Assessing the phytotoxicity of mononuclear hydroxy‐aluminum
TB Kinraide, DR Parker
Plant, Cell & Environment 12 (5), 479-487, 1989
1551989
Non‐phytotoxicity of the aluminum sulfate ion, AlSO+4
TB Kinraide, DR Parker
Physiologia Plantarum 71 (2), 207-212, 1987
1501987
Use of a Gouy-Chapman-Stern model for membrane-surface electrical potential to interpret some features of mineral rhizotoxicity
TB Kinraide
Plant Physiology 106 (4), 1583-1592, 1994
1331994
A scale of metal ion binding strengths correlating with ionic charge, Pauling electronegativity, toxicity, and other physiological effects
TB Kinraide, U Yermiyahu
Journal of inorganic biochemistry 101 (9), 1201-1213, 2007
1322007
Al3+-Ca2+ interactions in aluminum rhizotoxicity. I.
PR Ryan, TB Kinraide, LV Kochian
Planta 192 (1), 98-103, 1993
1271993
Al3+-Ca2+ interactions in aluminum rhizotoxicity. II.
TB Kinraide, PR Ryan, LV Kochian
Planta 192 (1), 104-109, 1993
1141993
Proton extrusion by wheat roots exhibiting severe aluminum toxicity symptoms
TB Kinraide
Plant Physiology 88 (2), 418-423, 1988
1101988
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