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Scott Heckathorn
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Mitochondrial adaptations to NaCl. Complex I is protected by anti-oxidants and small heat shock proteins, whereas complex II is protected by proline and betaine
EW Hamilton III, SA Heckathorn
Plant physiology 126 (3), 1266-1274, 2001
5202001
The small, methionine-rich chloroplast heat-shock protein protects photosystem II electron transport during heat stress
SA Heckathorn, CA Downs, TD Sharkey, JS Coleman
Plant Physiology 116 (1), 439-444, 1998
3911998
A meta-analysis of plant physiological and growth responses to temperature and elevated CO2
D Wang, SA Heckathorn, X Wang, SM Philpott
Oecologia 169, 1-13, 2012
3572012
Effects of drought on nutrient uptake and the levels of nutrient-uptake proteins in roots of drought-sensitive and-tolerant grasses
DR Bista, SA Heckathorn, DM Jayawardena, S Mishra, JK Boldt
Plants 7 (2), 28, 2018
2592018
Heat stress decreases levels of nutrient-uptake and-assimilation proteins in tomato roots
A Giri, S Heckathorn, S Mishra, C Krause
Plants 6 (1), 6, 2017
1752017
The mitochondrial small heat-shock protein protects NADH: ubiquinone oxidoreductase of the electron transport chain during heat stress in plants
CA Downs, SA Heckathorn
FEBS letters 430 (3), 246-250, 1998
1731998
Chloroplast small heat‐shock proteins protect photosynthesis during heavy metal stress
SA Heckathorn, JK Mueller, S LaGuidice, B Zhu, T Barrett, B Blair, Y Dong
American Journal of Botany 91 (9), 1312-1318, 2004
1632004
Effects of elevated CO2 on the tolerance of photosynthesis to acute heat stress in C3, C4, and CAM species
D Wang, SA Heckathorn, D Barua, P Joshi, EW Hamilton, JJ LaCroix
American Journal of Botany 95 (2), 165-176, 2008
1612008
In vivo evidence from an Agrostis stolonifera selection genotype that chloroplast small heat-shock proteins can protect photosystem II during heat stress
SA Heckathorn, SL Ryan, JA Baylis, D Wang, EW Hamilton III, L Cundiff, ...
Functional Plant Biology 29 (8), 935-946, 2002
1442002
The effect of soil drought on water‐use efficiency in a contrasting Great Basin desert and Sierran montane species
EH DeLucia, SA Heckathorn
Plant, Cell & Environment 12 (9), 935-940, 1989
1381989
The contribution of drought‐related decreases in foliar nitrogen concentration to decreases in photosynthetic capacity during and after drought in prairie grasses
SA Heckathorn, EH DeLucia, RE Zielinski
Physiologia Plantarum 101 (1), 173-182, 1997
1291997
Heat-shock proteins and thermotolerance: linking molecular and ecological perspectives.
JS Coleman, SA Heckathorn, RL Hallberg
Trends in ecology & evolution 10 (8), 305-306, 1995
1281995
Assessment of Microcystis growth rate potential and nutrient status across a trophic gradient in western Lake Erie
JD Chaffin, TB Bridgeman, SA Heckathorn, S Mishra
Journal of Great Lakes Research 37 (1), 92-100, 2011
1272011
Limitations of Photosynthesis in Pinus taeda L. (Loblolly Pine) at Low Soil Temperatures
TA Day, SA Heckathorn, EH DeLucia
Plant physiology 96 (4), 1246-1254, 1991
1271991
Nitrogen availability alters patterns of accumulation of heat stress-induced proteins in plants
SA Heckathorn, GJ Poeller, JS Coleman, RL Hallberg
Oecologia 105, 413-418, 1996
1231996
Drought‐induced nitrogen retranslocation in perennial C4 grasses of tallgrass prairie
SA Heckathorn, EH DeLucia
Ecology 75 (7), 1877-1886, 1994
1191994
Effects of soil temperature on growth, biomass allocation and resource acquisition of Andropogon gerardii Vitman
EH DeLucia, SA Heckathorn, TA Day
New Phytologist 120 (4), 543-549, 1992
1141992
Variation in chloroplast small heat-shock protein function is a major determinant of variation in thermotolerance of photosynthetic electron transport among ecotypes of …
D Barua, CA Downs, SA Heckathorn
Functional Plant Biology 30 (10), 1071-1079, 2003
1132003
Interactive Effects of Elevated CO2 and Growth Temperature on the Tolerance of Photosynthesis to Acute Heat Stress in C3 and C4 Species
EW Hamilton III, SA Heckathorn, P Joshi, D Wang, D Barua
Journal of Integrative Plant Biology 50 (11), 1375-1387, 2008
1052008
The methionine‐rich low‐molecular‐weight chloroplast heat‐shock protein: evolutionary conservation and accumulation in relation to thermotolerance
CA Downs, SA Heckathorn, JK Bryan, JS Coleman
American Journal of Botany 85 (2), 175-183, 1998
901998
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