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2019Energy costs of salinity tolerance in crop plantsTyerman, S.; Munns, R.; Fricke, W.; Arsova, B.; Barkla, B.; Bose, J.; Bramley, H.; Byrt, C.; Chen, Z.; Colmer, T.; Cuin, T.; Day, D.; Foster, K.; Gilliham, M.; Henderson, S.; Horie, T.; Jenkins, C.; Kaiser, B.; Katsuhara, M.; Plett, D.; et al.
2007Comparison between gradient-dependent hydraulic conductivities of roots using the root pressure probe: the role of pressure propagations and implications for the relative roles of parallel radial pathwaysBramley, H.; Turner, N.; Turner, D.; Tyerman, S.
2009Roles of Morphology, Anatomy, and Aquaporins in Determining Contrasting Hydraulic Behavior of RootsBramley, H.; Turner, N.; Turner, D.; Tyerman, S.
2002Plant aquaporins: multifunctional water and solute channels with expanding rolesTyerman, S.; Niemietz, C.; Bramley, H.
2007Water flow in the roots of crop species: The influence of root structure, aquaporin activity, and waterloggingBramley, H.; Turner, D.; Tyerman, S.; Turner, N.
2010Root water transport under waterlogged conditions and the roles of aquaporinsBramley, H.; Tyerman, S.
2011Root growth of lupins is more sensitive to waterlogging than wheatBramley, H.; Tyerman, S.; Turner, D.; Turner, N.
2010The contrasting influence of short-term hypoxia on the hydraulic properties of cells and roots of wheat and lupinBramley, H.; Turner, N.; Turner, D.; Tyerman, S.
2003Floodwater infiltration through root channels on a sodic clay floodplain and the influence on a local tree species Eucalyptus largiflorensBramley, H.; Hutson, J.; Tyerman, S.