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The organization and regulation of plant glycolysis
WC Plaxton
Annual review of plant biology 47 (1), 185-214, 1996
10021996
The role of acid phosphatases in plant phosphorus metabolism
SMG Duff, G Sarath, WC Plaxton
Physiologia plantarum 90 (4), 791-800, 1994
8601994
Opportunities for improving phosphorus‐use efficiency in crop plants
EJ Veneklaas, H Lambers, J Bragg, PM Finnegan, CE Lovelock, ...
New phytologist 195 (2), 306-320, 2012
7592012
Metabolic adaptations of phosphate-starved plants
WC Plaxton, HT Tran
Plant physiology 156 (3), 1006-1015, 2011
5132011
The functional organization and control of plant respiration
WC Plaxton, FE Podestá
Critical reviews in plant sciences 25 (2), 159-198, 2006
5012006
Metabolic adaptations of plant respiration to nutritional phosphate deprivation
ME Theodorou, WC Plaxton
Plant physiology 101 (2), 339-344, 1993
4961993
Phosphate Starvation Inducible `Bypasses' of Adenylate and Phosphate Dependent Glycolytic Enzymes in Brassica nigra Suspension Cells
SMG Duff, GBG Moorhead, DD Lefebvre, WC Plaxton
Plant Physiology 90 (4), 1275-1278, 1989
3341989
The remarkable diversity of plant PEPC (phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase): recent insights into the physiological functions and post-translational controls of non-photosynthetic …
B O'Leary, J Park, WC Plaxton
Biochemical Journal 436 (1), 15-34, 2011
3062011
Phosphite (phosphorous acid): its relevance in the environment and agriculture and influence on plant phosphate starvation response
AE McDonald, BR Grant, WC Plaxton
Journal of plant nutrition 24 (10), 1505-1519, 2001
2922001
Feeding hungry plants: the role of purple acid phosphatases in phosphate nutrition
HT Tran, BA Hurley, WC Plaxton
Plant Science 179 (1-2), 14-27, 2010
2622010
Metabolic aspects of the phosphate starvation response in plants
WC Plaxton, MC Carswell
Plant responses to environmental stresses, 349-372, 2018
2542018
Purification and properties of nonproteolytic degraded ADPglucose pyrophosphorylase from maize endosperm
WC Plaxton, J Preiss
Plant Physiology 83 (1), 105-112, 1987
2251987
Response to Phosphate Deprivation in Brassica nigra Suspension Cells Enhancement of Intracellular, Cell Surface, and Secreted Phosphatase Activities …
DD Lefebvre, SMG Duff, CA Fife, C Julien-Inalsingh, WC Plaxton
Plant Physiology 93 (2), 504-511, 1990
1981990
Purification and characterization of two secreted purple acid phosphatase isozymes from phosphate‐starved tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum) cell cultures
GG Bozzo, KG Raghothama, WC Plaxton
European Journal of Biochemistry 269 (24), 6278-6286, 2002
1902002
Effects of Phosphorus Limitation on Respiratory Metabolism in the Green Alga Selenastrum minutum
ME Theodorou, IR Elrifi, DH Turpin, WC Plaxton
Plant Physiology 95 (4), 1089-1095, 1991
1841991
Trehalose 6–phosphate coordinates organic and amino acid metabolism with carbon availability
CM Figueroa, R Feil, H Ishihara, M Watanabe, K Kölling, U Krause, ...
The Plant Journal 85 (3), 410-423, 2016
1752016
The fungicide phosphonate disrupts the phosphate-starvation response in Brassica nigra seedlings
C Carswell, BR Grant, ME Theodorou, J Harris, JO Niere, WC Plaxton
Plant Physiology 110 (1), 105-110, 1996
1651996
Biochemical and molecular characterization of AtPAP26, a vacuolar purple acid phosphatase up-regulated in phosphate-deprived Arabidopsis suspension cells and seedlings
V Veljanovski, B Vanderbeld, VL Knowles, WA Snedden, WC Plaxton
Plant Physiology 142 (3), 1282-1293, 2006
1492006
Phosphate-starvation response in plant cells: de novo synthesis and degradation of acid phosphatases.
SM Duff, WC Plaxton, DD Lefebvre
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 88 (21), 9538-9542, 1991
1491991
The dual-targeted purple acid phosphatase isozyme AtPAP26 is essential for efficient acclimation of Arabidopsis to nutritional phosphate deprivation
BA Hurley, HT Tran, NJ Marty, J Park, WA Snedden, RT Mullen, ...
Plant physiology 153 (3), 1112-1122, 2010
1362010
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