Joseph Andrew Maxted Holtum
Joseph Andrew Maxted Holtum
Professor in Tropical Biology, James Cook University
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Predicting organismal vulnerability to climate warming: roles of behaviour, physiology and adaptation
RB Huey, MR Kearney, A Krockenberger, JAM Holtum, M Jess, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 367†…, 2012
7872012
Environmental and physiological determinants of carbon isotope discrimination in terrestrial plants
LA Cernusak, N Ubierna, K Winter, JAM Holtum, JD Marshall, ...
New Phytologist 200 (4), 950-965, 2013
3322013
Mechanisms and agronomic aspects of herbicide resistance
JS Holt, SB Powles, JAM Holtum
Annual Review of Plant Biology 44 (1), 203-229, 1993
3121993
Pit membrane porosity and water stress-induced cavitation in four co-existing dry rainforest tree species
B Choat, M Ball, J Luly, J Holtum
Plant Physiology 131 (1), 41-48, 2003
2382003
Herbicide resistance in plants: biology and biochemistry
SB Powles
CRC Press, 2018
2232018
Cross-resistance to herbicides in annual ryegrass (Lolium rigidum): II. Chlorsulfuron resistance involves a wheat-like detoxification system
JT Christopher, SB Powles, DR Liljegren, JAM Holtum
Plant Physiology 95 (4), 1036-1043, 1991
2131991
Resistance to acetolactate synthase-inhibiting herbicides in annual ryegrass (Lolium rigidum) involves at least two mechanisms
JT Christopher, SB Powles, JAM Holtum
Plant Physiology 100 (4), 1909-1913, 1992
1881992
Resistance to photosystem II inhibiting herbicides
JW Gronwald, SB Powles, JAM Holtum
Herbicide resistance in plants: Biology and biochemistry 27, 60, 1994
1731994
Activity of enzymes of carbon metabolism during the induction of Crassulacean acid metabolism in Mesembryanthemum crystallinum L.
JAM Holtum, K Winter
Planta 155 (1), 8-16, 1982
1721982
Hydraulic architecture of deciduous and evergreen dry rainforest tree species from north-eastern Australia
B Choat, MC Ball, JG Luly, JAM Holtum
Trees 19 (3), 305-311, 2005
1692005
Intracellular localization of enzymes of carbon metabolism in Mesembryanthemum crystallinum exhibiting C3 photosynthetic characteristics or performing Crassulacean acid metabolism
K Winter, JG Foster, GE Edwards, JAM Holtum
Plant Physiology 69 (2), 300-307, 1982
1661982
How closely do the δ13C values of crassulacean acid metabolism plants reflect the proportion of CO2 fixed during day and night?
K Winter, JAM Holtum
Plant Physiology 129 (4), 1843-1851, 2002
1552002
Crassulacean acid metabolism
CB Osmond, JAM Holtum
Photosynthesis, 283-328, 1981
1511981
Mechanisms responsible for cross resistance and multiple resistance
LM Hall, JAM Holtum, SB Powles
Herbicide Resistance in Plants, 243-262, 2018
1252018
A roadmap for research on crassulacean acid metabolism (CAM) to enhance sustainable food and bioenergy production in a hotter, drier world
X Yang, JC Cushman, AM Borland, EJ Edwards, SD Wullschleger, ...
New Phytologist 207 (3), 491-504, 2015
1242015
On the nature of facultative and constitutive CAM: environmental and developmental control of CAM expression during early growth of Clusia, KalanchoŽ, and Opuntia
K Winter, M Garcia, JAM Holtum
Journal of Experimental Botany 59 (7), 1829-1840, 2008
1202008
Cross-resistance to herbicides in annual ryegrass (Lolium rigidum): III. On the mechanism of resistance to diclofop-methyl
JAM Holtum, JM Matthews, RE Hšusler, DR Liljegren, SB Powles
Plant Physiology 97 (3), 1026-1034, 1991
1131991
Stable isotopes in leaf water of terrestrial plants
LA Cernusak, MM Barbour, SK Arndt, AW Cheesman, NB English, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment 39 (5), 1087-1102, 2016
1122016
Patterns of carbon partitioning in leaves of crassulacean acid metabolism species during deacidification
JT Christopher, JAM Holtum
Plant Physiology 112 (1), 393-399, 1996
1121996
Facultative crassulacean acid metabolism (CAM) plants: powerful tools for unravelling the functional elements of CAM photosynthesis
K Winter, JAM Holtum
Journal of experimental botany 65 (13), 3425-3441, 2014
1102014
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