Vicente Martinez
Vicente Martinez
Profesor de investigación CSIC
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Changes in the contents of antioxidant compounds in pepper fruits at different ripening stages, as affected by salinity
JM Navarro, P Flores, C Garrido, V Martinez
Food Chemistry 96 (1), 66-73, 2006
Hormonal changes in relation to biomass partitioning and shoot growth impairment in salinized tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) plants
A Albacete, ME Ghanem, C Martínez-Andújar, M Acosta, J Sánchez-Bravo, ...
Journal of Experimental Botany 59 (15), 4119-4131, 2008
Molecular mechanisms of potassium and sodium uptake in plants
P Mäser, M Gierth, JI Schroeder
Progress in Plant Nutrition: Plenary Lectures of the XIV International Plant …, 2002
GW190425: Observation of a compact binary coalescence with total mass∼ 3.4 M⊙
BP Abbott, R Abbott, TD Abbott, S Abraham, F Acernese, K Ackley, ...
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 892 (1), L3, 2020
Salinity induced potassium deficiency in maize plants
MA Botella, V Martinez, J Pardines, A Cerda
Journal of Plant Physiology 150 (1-2), 200-205, 1997
The combined effect of salinity and heat reveals a specific physiological, biochemical and molecular response in tomato plants
RM Rivero, TC Mestre, RON Mittler, F Rubio, F Garcia‐Sanchez, ...
Plant, cell & environment 37 (5), 1059-1073, 2014
Citrus response to salinity: growth and nutrient uptake
D Ruiz, V Martínez, A Cerdá
Tree physiology 17 (3), 141-150, 1997
Physiological function of water channels as affected by salinity in roots of paprika pepper
M Carvajal, V Martínez, CF Alcaraz
Physiologia Plantarum 105 (1), 95-101, 1999
Root K+ Acquisition in Plants: The Arabidopsis thaliana Model
F Alemán, M Nieves-Cordones, V Martínez, F Rubio
Plant and Cell Physiology 52 (9), 1603-1612, 2011
The biochemical reaction of maize (Zea mays L.) to salt stress is characterized by a mitigation of symptoms and not by a specific adaptation
C Zörb, S Schmitt, A Neeb, S Karl, M Linder, S Schubert
Plant Science 167 (1), 91-100, 2004
Relative contribution of AtHAK5 and AtAKT1 to K+ uptake in the high‐affinity range of concentrations
F Rubio, M Nieves‐Cordones, F Alemán, V Martínez
Physiologia plantarum 134 (4), 598-608, 2008
K+ uptake in plant roots. The systems involved, their regulation and parallels in other organisms
M Nieves-Cordones, F Alemán, V Martínez, F Rubio
Journal of plant physiology 171 (9), 688-695, 2014
Fruit quality of grafted tomato plants grown under saline conditions
N Fernández-Garcí, V Martínez, A Cerdá, M Carvajal
The Journal of Horticultural Science and Biotechnology 79 (6), 995-1001, 2004
GW190814: gravitational waves from the coalescence of a 23 solar mass black hole with a 2.6 solar mass compact object
R Abbott, TD Abbott, S Abraham, F Acernese, K Ackley, C Adams, ...
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 896 (2), L44, 2020
Effect of salinity on growth, mineral composition, and water relations of grafted tomato plants
N Fernández‐García, V Martínez, M Carvajal
Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 167 (5), 616-622, 2004
The Arabidopsis thaliana HAK5 K+ transporter is required for plant growth and K+ acquisition from low K+ solutions under saline conditions
M Nieves-Cordones, F Alemán, V Martínez, F Rubio
Molecular plant 3 (2), 326-333, 2010
Does calcium ameliorate the negative effect of NaCl on melon root water transport by regulating aquaporin activity?
M Carvajal, A Cerda, V Martinez
New Phytologist 145 (3), 439-447, 2000
Salt tolerance of tomato plants as affected by stage of plant development
FM Del Amor, V Martinez, A Cerda
HortScience 36 (7), 1260-1263, 2001
A signaling and control architecture for mobility support in wireless ATM networks
R Yuan, SK Biswas, LJ French, J Li, D Raychaudhuri
Mobile Networks and Applications 1 (3), 287-298, 1996
Water and nutrient uptake of grafted tomato plants grown under saline conditions
N Fernández-García, V Martínez, A Cerdá, M Carvajal
Journal of Plant Physiology 159 (8), 899-905, 2002
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