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Ros Gleadow

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Ros Gleadow leads the Monash Plant Ecophysiology group. Her broad research area is on the interaction between plants and their environment. Her current focus is on the effect of climate change on crops that make cyanide, e.g. sorghum and cassava.

Publications

Gleadow, R.M., Johnson, A., Tausz, M., 2013, Crops for a future climate, Functional Plant Biology, vol 40, issue 2, CSIRO Publishing, Victoria Australia, pp. 1-4.

Islam, S., Griffiths, C.A., Blomstedt, C.K.M., Le, N.T., Gaff, D.F., Hamill, J.D., Neale, A.D., 2013, Increased biomass, seed yield and stress tolerance is conferred in Arabidopsis by a novel enzyme from the resurrection grass Sporobolus stapfianus that glycosylates the strigolactone analogue GR24, PLoS ONE, vol 8, issue 11, Public Library of Science, United States, pp. 1-12.

O’Donnell, N., Moller, B.L., Neale, A.D., Hamill, J.D., Blomstedt, C.K.M., Gleadow, R.M., 2013, Effects of PEG-induced osmotic stress on growth and dhurrin levels of forage sorghum, Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, vol 73, Elsevier Masson, France, pp. 83-92.

Vandegeer, R.K., Miller, R.E., Bain, M., Gleadow, R.M., Cavagnaro, T., 2013, Drought adversely affects tuber development and nutritional quality of the staple crop cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz), Functional Plant Biology, vol 40, issue 2, CSIRO Publishing, Victoria Australia, pp. 195-200.

Yusuke Saijo

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