Robert E. Cleland

Botany University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
Plant physiology, Plant growth, auxin
"Robert Cleland"

Developed the acid growth theory of cell elongation
Cleland, Robert Erskine The hormonal control of cell wall properties. Dissertation (Ph.D.), California Institute of Technology (1957).


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James Frederick Bonner grad student 1957 Caltech (Neurotree)
 (The hormonal control of cell wall properties.)


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Thomas Kent Hodges collaborator 1975- Purdue
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Stahlberg R, Stephens NR, Cleland RE, et al. (2006) Shade-Induced Action Potentials in Helianthus annuus L. Originate Primarily from the Epicotyl. Plant Signaling & Behavior. 1: 15-22
Enns LC, Kanaoka MM, Torii KU, et al. (2005) Two callose synthases, GSL1 and GSL5, play an essential and redundant role in plant and pollen development and in fertility. Plant Molecular Biology. 58: 333-49
Stahlberg R, Cleland RE, Van Volkenburgh E. (2005) Decrement and amplification of slow wave potentials during their propagation in Helianthus annuus L. shoots. Planta. 220: 550-8
Stahlberg R, Van Volkenburgh E, Cleland RE. (2001) Long-distance signaling within Coleus x hybridus leaves; mediated by changes in intra-leaf CO2? Planta. 213: 342-51
Stahlberg R, Van Volkenburgh E, Cleland RE. (2000) Chlorophyll is not the primary photoreceptor for the stimulation of P-type H+ pump and growth in variegated leaves of Coleus x hybridus. Planta. 212: 1-8
Basel LE, Zukowski AT, Cleland RE. (1994) Modulation of Fusicoccin-Binding Protein Activity in Mung Bean (Vigna radiata L.) Hypocotyls by Tissue Maturation and by Fusicoccin. Plant Physiology. 104: 691-697
Basel LE, Cleland RE. (1992) Comparison of developmental gradients for growth, ATPase, and fusicoccin-binding activity in mung bean hypocotyls. Plant Physiology. 98: 827-34
Rayle DL, Cleland RE. (1992) The Acid Growth Theory of auxin-induced cell elongation is alive and well. Plant Physiology. 99: 1271-4
Cleland RE, Buckley G, Nowbar S, et al. (1991) The pH profile for acid-induced elongation of coleoptile and epicotyl sections is consistent with the acid-growth theory. Planta. 186: 70-4
Björkman T, Cleland RE. (1991) The role of extracellular free-calcium gradients in gravitropic signalling in maize roots. Planta. 185: 379-84
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