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Ralph O. Erickson research assistant Penn
Albert Frey-Wyssling post-doc 1956-1959 ETH Zürich (Chemistry Tree)
Kurt Mühlethaler post-doc 1956-1959 ETH Zürich (Chemistry Tree)


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Jacques Dumais grad student Stanford (Physics Tree)
Daniel Joseph Cosgrove grad student 1979 Stanford (Chemistry Tree)
Tobias I. Baskin grad student 1986 Stanford
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Cosgrove DJ, Green PB. (2010) Rapid Suppression of Growth by Blue Light : BIOPHYSICAL MECHANISM OF ACTION. Plant Physiology. 68: 1447-53
Green PB. (1999) Expression of pattern in plants: combining molecular and calculus-based biophysical paradigms. American Journal of Botany. 86: 1059-1076
Green PB. (1996) Expression of form and pattern in plants — a role for biophysical fields Seminars in Cell & Developmental Biology. 7: 903-911
Green PB, Steele CS, Rennich SC. (1996) Phyllotactic patterns: A biophysical mechanism for their origin Annals of Botany. 77: 515-527
Green PB. (1994) Connecting gene and hormone action to form, pattern and organogenesis: biophysical transductions Journal of Experimental Botany. 45: 1775-1788
Selker JML, Steucek GL, Green PB. (1992) Biophysical mechanisms for morphogenetic progressions at the shoot apex Developmental Biology. 153: 29-43
Green PB, Havelange A, Bernier G. (1991) Floral morphogenesis in Anagallis: Scanning-electron-micrograph sequences from individual growing meristems before, during, and after the transition to flowering. Planta. 185: 502-512
Bret-Harte MS, Baskin TI, Green PB. (1991) Auxin stimulates both deposition and breakdown of material in the pea outer epidermal cell wall, as measured interferometrically. Planta. 185: 462-71
Hernández LF, Havelange A, Bernier G, et al. (1991) Growth behavior of single epidermal cells during flower formation: Sequential scanning electron micrographs provide kinematic patterns for Anagallis. Planta. 185: 139-47
Green PB. (1988) A theory for inflorescence development and flower formation based on morphological and biophysical analysis in Echeveria. Planta. 175: 153-169
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