The following is a list of recent publications from our lab. Click on the title to read the abstract.
Publications are also available for download in PDF format.
107. Kudlicka, K., Wardrop, A., Itoh, T.,
and R. M. Brown, Jr. 1987. Further evidence from sectioned material
in support of a linear terminal complex in cellulose synthesis.
Protoplasma 136:96-103. Up to Publication Listing Page
108. Lee, S. Y. and R. M. Brown, Jr. 1987. Experimental cell fusion with selected siphonocladalean algal cells. IN: Cell Fusion. Art Sowers, Ed. Plenum Press, New York, NY. pp 167-178.
109. Hayashi, T., Read, S. M., Bussell, J., Thelen, M., Lin, F. C., Brown, Jr. R. M., and D. P. Delmer. 1987. UDP-Glucose (1-3)-b->Glucan synthesis from mung bean and cotton. Plant Physiology 83:1054-1062.
110. Hotchkiss, Jr. A. T., and R. M. Brown, Jr. 1987. The association of rosette and globule terminal complexes with cellulose microfibril assembly in Nitella translucens var. axillaris (Charophyceae). J. Phycol. 23:229-237.
111. Kuga, S. and R. M. Brown, Jr. 1987. Practical aspects of lattice imaging of cellulose. J. Electron Mic. Tech. 6:349-356.
112. Bureau, T. E. and R. M. Brown, Jr. 1987. In vitro synthesis of cellulose II from a cytoplasmic membrane fraction of Acetobacter xylinum. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 84:6985-6989.
113. Brown, Jr. R. M. 1987. Sources of cellulose: A different perspective. IN: TAPPI Proc. Intl. Dis. Pulps Conference, Geneva. pp. 1-5.
114. Brown, Jr. R. M. 1987. The biosynthesis of cellulose. Food Hydrocolloids, 1(5/6):345-351.
115. Kuga, S. and R. M. Brown, Jr. 1987. Lattice imaging of Ramie cellulose. Polymer Communications 28:311-314.
116. Folsom, D. B. and R. M. Brown, Jr. 1987. Changes in cellulose microfibril orientation during differential growth in oat coleoptiles. IN: Physiology of Cell Expansion During Plant Growth. D. J. Cosgrove and D. P. Knievel, eds. Amer. Soc. Plant Physiologists. pp 58-73.
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