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Plant adaptations to the combination of drought and high temperatures
SI Zandalinas, R Mittler, D Balfagón, V Arbona, A Gómez‐Cadenas
Physiologia plantarum 162 (1), 2-12, 2018
6772018
Metabolomics as a tool to investigate abiotic stress tolerance in plants
V Arbona, M Manzi, C de Ollas, A Gómez-Cadenas
International journal of molecular sciences 14 (3), 4885-4911, 2013
4902013
Gibberellin/abscisic acid antagonism in barley aleurone cells: site of action of the protein kinase PKABA1 in relation to gibberellin signaling molecules
A Gómez-Cadenas, R Zentella, MK Walker-Simmons, THD Ho
The Plant Cell 13 (3), 667-679, 2001
3372001
Evidence for a role of gibberellins in salicylic acid-modulated early plant responses to abiotic stress in Arabidopsis seeds
A Alonso-Ramírez, D Rodríguez, D Reyes, JA Jiménez, G Nicolás, ...
Plant Physiology 150 (3), 1335-1344, 2009
3302009
Antioxidant enzymatic activity is linked to waterlogging stress tolerance in citrus
V Arbona, Z Hossain, MF López‐Climent, RM Pérez‐Clemente, ...
Physiologia Plantarum 132 (4), 452-466, 2008
3122008
Simultaneous determination of multiple phytohormones in plant extracts by liquid chromatography− electrospray tandem mass spectrometry
A Durgbanshi, V Arbona, O Pozo, O Miersch, JV Sancho, ...
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 53 (22), 8437-8442, 2005
2842005
Leaf abscission induced by ethylene in water-stressed intact seedlings of Cleopatra mandarin requires previous abscisic acid accumulation in roots
A Gómez-Cadenas, FR Tadeo, M Talon, E Primo-Millo
Plant physiology 112 (1), 401-408, 1996
2571996
An abscisic acid-induced protein kinase, PKABA1, mediates abscisic acid-suppressed gene expression in barley aleurone layers
A Gómez-Cadenas, SD Verhey, LD Holappa, Q Shen, THD Ho, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 96 (4), 1767-1772, 1999
2531999
Chloride absorption in salt‐sensitive Carrizo citrange and salt‐tolerant Cleopatra mandarin citrus rootstocks is linked to water use
JL Moya, A Gómez‐Cadenas, E Primo‐Millo, M Talon
Journal of experimental botany 54 (383), 825-833, 2003
2512003
Root exudates: from plant to rhizosphere and beyond
V Vives-Peris, C de Ollas, A Gómez-Cadenas, RM Pérez-Clemente
Plant cell reports 39 (1), 3-17, 2020
2322020
Modulation of the antioxidant system in citrus under waterlogging and subsequent drainage
Z Hossain, MF López-Climent, V Arbona, RM Pérez-Clemente, ...
Journal of plant physiology 166 (13), 1391-1404, 2009
2262009
Hydrogel substrate amendment alleviates drought effects on young citrus plants
V Arbona, DJ Iglesias, J Jacas, E Primo-Millo, M Talon, ...
Plant and Soil 270 (1), 73-82, 2005
2222005
Relationship between salt tolerance and photosynthetic machinery performance in citrus
MF López-Climent, V Arbona, RM Pérez-Clemente, A Gómez-Cadenas
Environmental and experimental botany 62 (2), 176-184, 2008
2212008
Hormonal regulation of fruitlet abscission induced by carbohydrate shortage in citrus
A Gómez-Cadenas, J Mehouachi, FR Tadeo, E Primo-Millo, M Talon
Planta 210 (4), 636-643, 2000
2212000
Enzymatic and non-enzymatic antioxidant responses of Carrizo citrange, a salt-sensitive citrus rootstock, to different levels of salinity
V Arbona, V Flors, J Jacas, P García-Agustín, A Gómez-Cadenas
Plant and cell physiology 44 (4), 388-394, 2003
2102003
Jasmonic acid transient accumulation is needed for abscisic acid increase in citrus roots under drought stress conditions
C de Ollas, B Hernando, V Arbona, A Gómez‐Cadenas
Physiologia plantarum 147 (3), 296-306, 2013
2022013
Involvement of abscisic acid and ethylene in the responses of citrus seedlings to salt shock
A Gómez‐Cadenas, FR Tadeo, E Primo‐Millo, M Talón
Physiologia Plantarum 103 (4), 475-484, 1998
1951998
Abscisic acid reduces leaf abscission and increases salt tolerance in citrus plants
A Gómez-Cadenas, V Arbona, J Jacas, E Primo-Millo, M Talon
Journal of Plant Growth Regulation 21 (3), 234-240, 2002
1652002
Tolerance of citrus plants to the combination of high temperatures and drought is associated to the increase in transpiration modulated by a reduction in abscisic acid levels
SI Zandalinas, RM Rivero, V Martínez, A Gómez-Cadenas, V Arbona
BMC plant biology 16 (1), 1-16, 2016
1552016
Biotechnological approaches to study plant responses to stress
RM Pérez-Clemente, V Vives, SI Zandalinas, MF López-Climent, V Muñoz, ...
BioMed research international 2013, 2013
1502013
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