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Kenneth Vivian Thimann grad student 1955 Harvard
 (The enzymatic oxidation of indoleacetic acid.)

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William Zacheus Cande grad student 1972 Stanford (Evolution Tree)
Ulrich Kutschera post-doc 1985-1987 Stanford
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Bret-Harte MS, Mack MC, Goldsmith GR, et al. (2008) Plant functional types do not predict biomass responses to removal and fertilization in Alaskan tussock tundra. The Journal of Ecology. 96: 713-726
Briggs WR, Ray PM. (2006) An Auxin Inactivation System Involving Tyrosinase. Plant Physiology. 31: 165-7
Dumais J, Shaw SL, Steele CR, et al. (2006) An anisotropic-viscoplastic model of plant cell morphogenesis by tip growth. The International Journal of Developmental Biology. 50: 209-22
Dietz A, Kutschera U, Ray PM. (1990) Auxin Enhancement of mRNAs in Epidermis and Internal Tissues of the Pea Stem and Its Significance for Control of Elongation. Plant Physiology. 93: 432-8
Gallagher S, Short TW, Ray PM, et al. (1988) Light-mediated changes in two proteins found associated with plasma membrane fractions from pea stem sections. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 85: 8003-7
Walton JD, Ray PM. (1982) Auxin controls Golgi-localized glucan synthetase activity in the maize mesocotyl. Planta. 156: 309-13
Walton JD, Ray PM. (1982) Inhibition by light of growth and Golgi-localized glucan synthetase in the maize mesocotyl. Planta. 156: 302-8
Roberts JK, Ray PM, Wade-Jardetzky N, et al. (1981) Extent of intracellular pH changes during H(+) extrusion by maize root-tip cells. Planta. 152: 74-8
Cande WZ, Ray PM. (1976) Nature of cell-to-cell transfer of auxin in polar transport. Planta. 129: 43-52
Goldsmith MH, Ray PM. (1973) Intracellular localization of the active process in polar transport of auxin. Planta. 111: 297-314
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