SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

references

  • Adler, L. (1986). Physiological and biochemical characteristics of the yeast Debaryomyces hansenii in relation to salinity. In: The Biology of Marine Fungi (Ed. by S. T.Moss), pp. 8189. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge .
  • Adler, A., Blomberg, A. & Nilsson, A. (1985). Glycerol metabolism and osmoregulation in the salt-tolerant yeast Debaryomyces hansenii. Journal of Bacteriology 162, 300306.
  • Bellinger, Y. & Larher, F. (1987). Proline accumulation in higher plants: a redox buffer Plant Physiology (Life Sciences Advances) 6, 2327.
  • Brown, A. D. (1978). Compatible solutes and water stress in eukaryotic micro-organisms. Advances in Microbial Physiology 17, 181242.
  • Brown, A. D. (1983). Halophylic prokaryotes. In: Encyclopaedia of Plant Physiology, New Series, vol. 12C, Physiological Plant Ecology III (Ed. by O. L.Lange, P. S.Nobel, C. B.Osmond & H.Zeigler), pp. 137162. Springer-Verlag, Berlin , Heidelberg , New York .
  • Brown, A. D. & Simpson, J. R. (1972). Water relations of sugar-tolerant yeasts: the role of intracellular polyols. Journal of General Microbiology 72, 589591.
  • Burke, R. M. & Jennings, D. H. (1990). The effect of sodium chloride on the growth characteristics of the marine yeast Debaryomyces hansenii in batch culture and in continuous culture under carbon and under potassium limitation. My-cological Research 94, 378388.
  • Clipson, N. J. W., Hajibagheri, M. A. & Jennings, D. H. (1990). Ion compartmentation in the marine fungus Dendryphiella salina in response to salinity: X-ray micro-analysis. Journal of Experimental Botany 41, 199202.
  • Clipson, N. J. W. & Jennings, D. H. (1990). The role of potassium and sodium in the generation of the osmotic potential of the marine fungus Dendryphiella salina. Mycological Research (in the press).
  • Clipson, N. J. W., Jennings, D. H. & Smith, J. L. (1989). The response to salinity at the microscopic level of the marine fungus Dendryphiella salina Nicot and Pugh as investigated stereologically. New Phytologist 113, 21270.
  • Cooper, T. G. (1982). Nitrogen metabolism in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. In: Molecular Biology of the Yeast Saccharomyces: Metabolism and Gene Expression (Ed. by J. N.Strathern, E. W.Jones & J. R.Broach), pp. 399461. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, New York .
  • Dijkema, C, Kester, H. C. M. & Visser, J. (1985). 13C-NMR studies of carbon metabolism in the hyphal fungus Aspergillus nidulans. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the U.S.A. 82, 1418.
  • Douce, R. & Neuberger, M. (1989). The uniqueness of plant mitochondria. Annual Review of Plant Physiology 40, 371414.
  • Eamus, D. & Jennings, D. H. (1986). Water, turgor and solute potentials in fungi. In: Water, Fungi and Plants (Ed. by P. G.Ayres & L.Boddy), pp. 2748. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge .
  • Farrar, J. F. (1976). The lichen as an ecosystem: observation and experiment. In: Lichenology: Progress and Problems (Systematic Association Special Volume No. 8) (Ed. by D. H.Brown, D. L.Hawksworth & R. H.Bailey), pp. 385406. Academic Press, London , New York .
  • Flowers, T. J., Hajibagheri, M. A. & Clipson, N. J. W. (1986). Halophytes. Quarterly Review of Biology 61, 313337.
  • Flowers, T. J., Troke, P. F. & Yeo, A. R. (1977). The mechanism of salt tolerance in halophytes. Annual Review of Plant Physiology 28, 89121.
  • Gustafsson, L. (1979). The ATP pool in relation to the production of glycerol and heat during growth of the halotolerant yeast Debaryomyces hansenii. Archives of Microbiology 120, 1523.
  • Gustafsson, L. & Norkrans, B. (1976). On the mechanism of salt tolerance. Production of glycerol and heat during growth of Debaryomyces hansenii. Archives of Microbiology 110, 177183.
  • Harley, J. L. (1978). Ectomycorrhizas as nutrient absorbing organs. Proceedings of the Royal Society B203, 121.
  • Higgins, C. F., Cairney, J., Stirling, D. A., Sutherland, L. & Booth, I. (1987). Osmotic regulation of gene expression: ionic strength as an intracellular signal. Trends in Biochemical Sciences 12, 339344.
  • Holligan, P. M. & Jennings, D. H. (1972a). Carbohydrate metabolism in the fungus Dendryphiella salina III. The effect of nitrogen source on the metabolism of [1−14C] and [6−14C]glucose. New Phytologist 71, 11191133.
  • Holligan, P. M. & Jennings, D. H. (1972b). Unexpected labelling patterns from radioactive sugars fed to plants containing mannitol. Phytochemistry 11, 34473451.
  • Hult, K. & Gatenbeck, S. (1979). Enzyme activities of the mannitol cycle and some connected pathways in Alternaria alternata, with comments on the regulation of the cycle. Acta Chemica Scandinavica B33, 239243.
  • Hult, K., Veide, A. & Gatenbeck, S. (1980). The distribution of the Nadph regenerating mannitol cycle among fungal species. Archives of Microbiology 128, 253255.
  • Jennings, D. H. (1973). Cations and filamentous fungi: invasion of the sea and hyphal functioning. In: Ion Transport in Plants (Ed. by W. P.Anderson), pp. 323335. Academic Press, London .
  • Jennings, D. H. (1983). Some aspects of the physiology and biochemistry of marine fungi. Biological Reviews 58, 423459.
  • Jennings, D. H. (1984). Polyol metabolism in fungi. Advances in Microbial Physiology 25, 149193.
  • Jennings, D. H. (1989). Some perspectives on nitrogen and phosphorous metabolism in fungi. In: Physiology of Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Sulphur Utilization in Fungi (Ed. by L.Boddy, R.Marchant & D. J.Read), pp. 131. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge .
  • Jennings, D. H. (1990). Osmophiles. In: Microbiology of Extreme Environments (Ed. by C.Edwards), pp. 117146. Open University Press, Milton Keynes .
  • Jones, E. B. G. (1976). Lignicolous and algicolous fungi. In: Recent Advances in Aquatic Mycology (Ed. by E. B. G.Jones), pp. 149. Elek Science, London .
  • Kulkarni, R. K. (1990). Mannitol metabolism in Lentinus edodus, the shiitake mushroom Applied and Envrionmental Microbiology 56, 250253.
  • Lambers, H. (1980). The physiological significance of cyanide-resistant respiration. Plant, Cell and Environment 3, 293302.
  • Leisinger, T. (1987). Biosynthesis of proline. In: Escherichia coli and Salmonella typhimurium Cellular and Molecular Biology (Ed. by F. C.Neidhardt), pp. 345351. American Society for Microbiology, Washington , D.C. .
  • Lewis, D. H. & Smith, D. C. (1967). Sugar alcohols (polyols) in fungi and green plants. 1. Distribution, physiology and metabolism. New Phytologist 66, 143184.
  • Luard, E. J. (1982a). Accumulation of intracellular solutes by two filamentous fungi in response to growth at low steady state osmotic potential. Journal of General Microbiology 128, 25632574.
  • Luard, E. J. (1982b). Growth and accumulation of solutes by Phytophthora cinnamomi and other lower fungi in response to changes in external osmotic potential. Journal of General Microbiology 128, 25832590.
  • Murasugi, A., Wada, C. & Hayashi, Y. (1981). Purification and unique properties in UV and CD spectra of Cd-binding peptide 1 from Schizosaccharomyces pombe. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 103, 10211028.
  • Neijssel, O. M. & Tempest, D. W. (1975). The regulation of carbohydrate metabolism in Klebsiella aerogenes Nctc 418 organisms, growing in chemostat culture. Archives of Microbiology 106, 251258.
  • Neijssel, O. M. & Tempest, D. W. (1976). Bioenergetic aspects of aerobic growth of Klebseilla aerogenes Nctc 418 in carbon-limited and carbon-sufficient chemostat culture. Archives of Microbiology 107, 215221.
  • Newsholme, E. A. & Crabtree, B. (1976). Substrate cycles in metabolic regulation and in heat generation. Biochemical Society Symposium 41, 61109.
  • Palmer, J. M. (1976). The organization and regulation of electron transport in plant mitochondria. Annual Review of Plant Physiology 27, 133157.
  • Pateman, J. A. & Kinghorn, J. R. (1976). Nitrogen metabolism. In: The Filamentous Fungi, vol. 2, Biosynthesis and Metabolism (Ed. by J. E.Smith & D. R.Berry), pp. 159237. Edward Arnold, London .
  • Paton, F. M. & Jennings, D. H. (1988). Effect of sodium and potassium chloride and polyols on malate and glucose 6- phosphate dehydrogenases from the marine fungus Dendryphiella salina. Transactions of the British Mycological Society 91, 205215.
  • Pirt, S. J. (1965). The maintenance energy of bacteria in growing cultures. Proceedings of the Royal Society B163, 224231.
  • Pirt, S. J. (1982). Maintenance energy: a general model for energy-limited and energy-sufficient growth. Archives of Microbiology 133, 300302.
  • Ramstedt, M., Jirjis, R. & Söderhäll, K. (1987). Metabolism of mannitol in mycdrrhizal and non-mycorrhizal fungi. New Phytologist 105, 281287.
  • Ramstedt, M., Niehaus, W. G. & S̈Uderhall, K. (1986). Mannitol metabolism in the mycorrhizal fungus Piloderma croceum. Experimental Mycology 10, 918.
  • Singh, M., Scrutton, N. S. & Scrutton, M. C. (1988). NADPH generation in Aspergillus nidulans: Is the mannitol cycle involved Journal of General Microbiology 134, 643644.
  • Schuurink, R., Busink, R., Hondmann, D. H. A., Wltteveen, C. F. B. & Visser, J. (1990). Purification and properties of NADP+-dependent glycerol dehydrogenases from Aspergillus nidulans and A. niger. Journal of General Microbiology 136, 10431050.
  • Stouthamer, A. H. (1977). Energic aspects of the growth of micro-organisms. In: Microbial Energetics (Ed. by B. A.Haddock & W. A.Hamilton), Society for General Microbiology Symposium 27, 285315. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge .
  • Tempest, D. W. & Neijssel, O. M. (1980). Growth yield values in relation to respiration. In: Diversity of Bacterial Respiratory Systems, vol. 1 (Ed. by C. J.Knowles), pp. 131. CRC Press, Boca Raton , FL .
  • Tempest, D. W. & Neijssel, O. M. (1984). The status of YATP and maintenance energy as biologically interpretable phenomena. Annual Review of Microbiology 38, 459486.
  • Tomsett, A. B. & Thurman, D. A. (1988). Molecular biology of metal tolerances in plants. Plant, Cell and Environment 11, 383394.
  • Wethered, J. M. & Jennings, D. H. (1985). Major solutes contributing to solute potential of Thraustochytorium aureum and T. roseum after growth in media of different salinities. Transactions of the British Mycological Society 85, 439446.
  • Wethered, J. M., Metcalf, E. C. & Jennings, D. H. (1985). Carbohydrate metabolism in the fungus Dendryphiella salina. Viii. The contribution of polyols and ions to the mycelial solute potential in relation to the external osmoticum. New Phytologist 101, 631649.
  • Wyn Jones, R. G. (1984). Phytochemical aspects of osmotic adaptation. In: Recent Advances in Phytochemistry, vol. 18, Phytochemical Adaptations to Stress (Ed. by B. N.Timmermann, C.Steelink & F. A.Loewus), pp. 5578. Plenum Press, New York , London .
  • Wyn Jones, R. G., Storey, R., Leigh, R. A., Ahmad, N. & Pollard, A. (1977). A hypothesis on cytoplasmic osmoregulation. In: Regulation of Cell Membrane Activities in Plants (Ed. by E.Marre & O.Ciferi), pp. 121136. North-Holland, Amsterdam .
  • Wyn Jones, R. G., Storey, R. & Pollard, A. (1977). Ionic and osmotic regulation in plants particularly halophytes. In: Transmembrane Ionic Exchange in Plants (Ed. by M.Thellier, M.Demarty & J.Dainty), pp. 527544. Edition du CNRS, Paris .
  • Yancey, P. H., Clarke, M. E., Hand, S. C, Bowles, R. D. & Somero, G. N. (1982). Living with water stress: evolution of osmolyte systems. Science 217, 12141222.