Rapid Extraction and Analysis of Nonstructural Carbohydrates in Plant Tissues
- D. Hendrix
- 1 November 1993
A laboratory method was developed to carry out in situ conversion of starch to glucose by enzymes using an enzyme-coupled colorimetric reaction which was highly specific for glucose.
Homopteran honeydew sugar composition is determined by both the insect and plant species
- D. Hendrix, Yuan-an Wei, J. E. Leggett
Abscisic Acid Movement into the Apoplastic solution of Water-Stressed Cotton Leaves: Role of Apoplastic pH.
- W. Hartung, J. Radin, D. Hendrix
- Environmental SciencePlant Physiology
- 1 March 1988
The data indicate that dehydration causes large changes in apoplastic pH, perhaps by effects on ATPases; the altered pH then enhances the release of ABA from mesophyll cells into the Apoplastic fluid.
Artifacts in the analysis of plant tissues for soluble carbohydrates.
- D. Hendrix, Kimberly K. Peelen
- 1 July 1987
A thermoprotective role for sorbitol in the silverleaf whitefly, Bemisia argentifolii.
- M. Salvucci, D. Hendrix, G. Wolfe
- BiologyJournal of insect physiology
- 1 July 1998
Carbon exchange rates, chlorophyll content, and carbohydrate status of two forest tree species exposed to carbon dioxide enrichment.
- S. Wullschleger, R. Norby, D. Hendrix
- Chemistry, MedicineTree Physiology
All seedlings exhibited a substantial reduction in dark respiration as CO(2) concentration increased, but the significance of this increase to the carbohydrate status and carbon economy of plants grown in CO( 2)-enriched air remains unclear.
Effect of cotton nitrogen fertilization on Bemisia argentifolii populations and honeydew production
- J. Bi, G. Ballmer, D. Hendrix, T. Henneberry, N. Toscano
- 1 April 2001
Significant correlations between whitefly numbers and other cotton physiological parameters occurred on only a few sampling dates, and petiole glucose levels were significantly correlated with numbers of whitefly adults on leaves during their peak populations.
Antioxidants in sun and shade leaves of sour orange trees (Citrus aurantium) after long-term acclimation to elevated CO2
- P. Schwanz, B. Kimball, S. Idso, D. Hendrix, A. Polle
- 1 December 1996
Antioxidative systems and the contents of pigments, malondialdehyde, soluble protein, and carbohydrate were investigated in sun- and shade-acclimated leaves of sour orange (Citrus aurantium) trees…
Presence of trehalulose and other oligosaccharides in hemipteran honeydew, particularly Aleyrodidae
- D. N. Byrne, D. Hendrix, Livy H. Williams
- 1 June 2003
The data suggest that trehalulose, being less susceptible to hydrolysis than sucrose, is involved in osmoregulation in whiteflies.
Different Food Sources Affect the Gustatory Response of Anaphes iole, an Egg Parasitoid of Lygus spp.
- J. Beach, Livy Williams, D. Hendrix, L. Price
- Biology, MedicineJournal of Chemical Ecology
- 1 May 2003
A broad and sensitive range of gustatory perception might be helpful in the development of a food source for the wasp that is not exploited by the host, and had lower acceptance thresholds than other hymenopterans for many of the sugars.