1995 Publications


162. Brown, Jr. R. M. 1995. A tribute to Herman Mark and his influence on cellulose research at The University of Texas at Austin. 1994. Cellulose Chemistry & Technology. 29:525-532

163. Kudlicka, K., Brown, Jr. R. M., Li, L., Lee, J. H., and S. Kuga. 1995. ß-glucan synthesis in the cotton fiber: IV. In vitro assembly of the cellulose I allomorph. Plant Physiology 107:111-123.

164. Saxena, I. M., Brown, Jr. R. M., Fevre, M., Geremia, R., and B. Henrissat. 1995. Multidomain architecture of glycosyl transferases: Implications for mechanism of action. J. Bacteriology. 177: 1419-1324.

165. Shibazaki, H., Kuga, S., Onabe, F., and R. M. Brown, Jr. 1995. Acid hydrolysis behaviour of microbial cellulose II. Polymer 36: 4971-4976.

166. French, A. D., Dowd, M. K., Cousins, S. K., Brown, Jr. R. M., and D. P. Miller. 1995. Molecular deformation and lattice energies of models of solid saccharides. In "Enzymatic Degradation of Insoluble Carbohydrates: ACS Symposium Series 618" (Ed. John N. Saddler and Michael H, Penner); American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C. pp. 13-37.

167. Cousins, S. K., and R. M. Brown, Jr. 1995. Cellulose I microfibril assembly: computational molecular mechanics energy analysis favours bonding by van der Waals forces as the initial step in crystallization. Polymer 36: 3885-3888.

 

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