Rosa M Rivero
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Abiotic and biotic stress combinations
N Suzuki, RM Rivero, V Shulaev, E Blumwald, R Mittler
New Phytologist 203 (1), 32-43, 2014
Reactive oxygen species, abiotic stress and stress combination
FK Choudhury, RM Rivero, E Blumwald, R Mittler
The Plant Journal 90 (5), 856-867, 2017
Delayed leaf senescence induces extreme drought tolerance in a flowering plant
RM Rivero, M Kojima, A Gepstein, H Sakakibara, R Mittler, S Gepstein, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (49), 19631-19636, 2007
Resistance to cold and heat stress: accumulation of phenolic compounds in tomato and watermelon plants
RM Rivero, JM Ruiz, PC Garcıa, LR Lopez-Lefebre, E Sánchez, L Romero
Plant Science 160 (2), 315-321, 2001
Role of grafting in horticultural plants under stress conditions
RM Rivero, JM Ruiz, L Romero
Journal of Food Agriculture and Environment 1, 70-74, 2003
Cytokinin-dependent photorespiration and the protection of photosynthesis during water deficit
RM Rivero, V Shulaev, E Blumwald
Plant Physiology 150 (3), 1530-1540, 2009
Evaluation of some nutritional and biochemical indicators in selecting salt-resistant tomato cultivars
M Juan, RM Rivero, L Romero, JM Ruiz
Environmental and Experimental Botany 54 (3), 193-201, 2005
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
Enhanced Cytokinin Synthesis in Tobacco Plants Expressing PSARK::IPT Prevents the Degradation of Photosynthetic Protein Complexes During Drought
RM Rivero, J Gimeno, A Van Deynze, H Walia, E Blumwald
Plant and cell physiology 51 (11), 1929-1941, 2010
Does grafting provide tomato plants an advantage against H2O2 production under conditions of thermal shock?
RM Rivero, JM Ruiz, E Sánchez, L Romero
Physiologia Plantarum 117 (1), 44-50, 2003
ABA is required for plant acclimation to a combination of salt and heat stress
N Suzuki, E Bassil, JS Hamilton, MA Inupakutika, SI Zandalinas, ...
PloS one 11 (1), e0147625, 2016
The CBL-interacting protein kinase CIPK23 regulates HAK5-mediated high-affinity K+ uptake in Arabidopsis roots
P Ragel, R Ródenas, E García-Martín, Z Andrés, I Villalta, ...
Plant Physiology 169 (4), 2863-2873, 2015
Tolerance to stress combination in tomato plants: New insights in the protective role of melatonin
V Martinez, M Nieves-Cordones, M Lopez-Delacalle, R Rodenas, ...
Molecules 23 (3), 535, 2018
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
Proline metabolism and NAD kinase activity in greenbean plants subjected to cold-shock
JM Ruiz, E Sanchez, PC Garcıa, LR Lopez-Lefebre, RM Rivero, L Romero
Phytochemistry 59 (5), 473-478, 2002
Accumulation of flavonols over hydroxycinnamic acids favors oxidative damage protection under abiotic stress
V Martinez, TC Mestre, F Rubio, A Girones-Vilaplana, DA Moreno, ...
Frontiers in plant science 7, 838, 2016
Changes in biomass, enzymatic activity and protein concentration in roots and leaves of green bean plants (Phaseolus vulgaris L. cv. Strike) under high NH4NO3 application rates
E Sánchez, RM Rivero, JM Ruiz, L Romero
Scientia Horticulturae 99 (3-4), 237-248, 2004
Can grafting in tomato plants strengthen resistance to thermal stress?
RM Rivero, JM Ruiz, L Romero
Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 83 (13), 1315-1319, 2003
Response of phenolic metabolism to the application of carbendazim plus boron in tobacco
JM Ruiz, PC Garcia, RM Rivero, L Romero
Physiologia Plantarum 106 (2), 151-157, 1999
The role of fungicides in the physiology of higher plants: implications for defense responses
PC García, RM Rivero, JM Ruiz, L Romero
The botanical review 69 (2), 162-172, 2003
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