craig Atkins
craig Atkins
Emeritus professor University fo Western Australia
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Optimising biological N 2 fixation by legumes in farming systems
G Hardarson, C Atkins
Plant and soil 252 (1), 41-54, 2003
Asparagine metabolism—key to the nitrogen nutrition of developing legume seeds
CA Atkins, JS Pate, PJ Sharkey
Plant Physiology 56 (6), 807-812, 1975
Purine biosynthesis. Big in cell division, even bigger in nitrogen assimilation
PMC Smith, CA Atkins
Plant Physiology 128 (3), 793-802, 2002
Nitrate, nitrite and ammonia assimilation by leaves: effect of light, carbon dioxide and oxygen
DT Canvin, CA Atkins
Planta 116 (3), 207-224, 1974
Economy of carbon and nitrogen in a nodulated and nonnodulated (NO3-grown) legume
JS Pate, DB Layzell, CA Atkins
Plant Physiology 64 (6), 1083-1088, 1979
Nitrogen nutrition and xylem transport of nitrogen in ureide-producing grain legumes
JS Pate, CA Atkins, ST White, RM Rainbird, KC Woo
Plant Physiology 65 (5), 961-965, 1980
Photosynthesis and CO2 evolution by leaf discs: gas exchange, extraction, and ion-exchange fractionation of 14C-labeled photosynthetic products
CA Atkins, DT Canvin
Canadian Journal of Botany 49 (7), 1225-1234, 1971
Allantoin and allantoic acid in the nitrogen economy of the cowpea (Vigna unguiculata [L.] Walp.)
DF Herridge, CA Atkins, JS Pate, RM Rainbird
Plant Physiology 62 (4), 495-498, 1978
Nutrition of a developing legume fruit: functional economy in terms of carbon, nitrogen, water
JS Pate, PJ Sharkey, CA Atkins
Plant Physiology 59 (3), 506-510, 1977
Partitioning of carbon and nitrogen and the nutrition of root and shoot apex in a nodulated legume
DB Layzell, JS Pate, CA Atkins, DT Canvin
Plant Physiology 67 (1), 30-36, 1981
Significance of photosynthetic and respiratory exchanges in the carbon economy of the developing pea fruit
AM Flinn, CA Atkins, JS Pate
Plant Physiology 60 (3), 412-418, 1977
The forms and sources of cytokinins in developing white lupine seeds and fruits
RJN Emery, Q Ma, CA Atkins
Plant Physiology 123 (4), 1593-1604, 2000
Ion circulation via phloem and xylem between root and shoot of nodulated white lupin
WD Jeschke, CA Atkins, JS Pate
Journal of Plant Physiology 117 (4), 319-330, 1985
A comprehensive draft genome sequence for lupin (Lupinus angustifolius), an emerging health food: insights into plant–microbe interactions and legume evolution
JK Hane, Y Ming, LG Kamphuis, MN Nelson, G Garg, CA Atkins, PE Bayer, ...
Plant biotechnology journal 15 (3), 318-330, 2017
Branch development in Lupinus angustifolius L. II. Relationship with endogenous ABA, IAA and cytokinins in axillary and main stem buds
RJN Emery, NE Longnecker, CA Atkins
Journal of Experimental Botany 49 (320), 555-562, 1998
Economy of photosynthate use in nitrogen-fixing legume nodules: observations on two contrasting symbioses
DB Layzell, RM Rainbird, CA Atkins, JS Pate
Plant Physiology 64 (5), 888-891, 1979
cis-Isomers of cytokinins predominate in chickpea seeds throughout their development
RJN Emery, L Leport, JE Barton, NC Turner, CA Atkins
Plant Physiology 117 (4), 1515-1523, 1998
Evidence for a purine pathway of ureide synthesis in N2-fixing nodules of cowpea [Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp.]
CA Atkins, R Rainbird, JS Pate
Zeitschrift für Pflanzenphysiologie 97 (3), 249-260, 1980
Plant carbonic anhydrases: I. Distribution of types among species
CA Atkins, BD Patterson, D Graham
Plant Physiology 50 (2), 214-217, 1972
Transport of organic solutes in phloem and xylem of a nodulated legume
JS Pate, CA Atkins, K Hamel, DL McNeil, DB Layzell
Plant Physiology 63 (6), 1082-1088, 1979
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