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Jennifer Crane
Plant Germplasm Preservation Research
Plant Physiologist

Phone: (970) 492-7609
Fax: (970) 492-7605

1111 SOUTH MASON STREET
NCGRP
FORT COLLINS , CO 805214500


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Preserving oak (Quercus sp.) germplasm to promote ex situ conservation -
Factors influencing the survival of developing embryos of theobroma cacao L. (Malvaceae) in cryogenic storage -
Crane, J., Irish, B.M., Walters, C.T. 2013. Factors influencing the survival of developing embryos of theobroma cacao L. (Malvaceae) in cryogenic storage. International Society for Horticultural Science Meeting. p. 72.
Probing the biology of dry biological systems to address the basis of seed longevity -
Some thoughts about the desiccation tolerance continuum and the basis for “intermediate” seed physiologies -
Changes within lipid fractions offer a new way to non-invasively monitor seed viability during storage -
Crane, J., Walters, C.T. 2011. Changes within lipid fractions offer a new way to non-invasively monitor seed viability during storage. Meeting Abstract. International Society for Seed Science, Bahia Brazil, April 10-15, 2011. pp. 278.
Water-triacylglycerol interactions affect oil body structure and seed viability -
Walters, C.T., Crane, J., Volk, G.M., Ballesteros, D., Hill, L.M., Miller, A.L., Wiesneberger, L., Yoshinaga, A., Eira, M., Gardner, C.A., Zee, F.T., Coonrod, D. 2010. Water-triacylglycerol interactions affect oil body structure and seed viability [abstract]. Frontiers in Water Biophysics. p. 138-139.
Differential Scanning Calorimetry as a Tool for Nondestructive Measurements of Seed Deterioration in Lettuce (Lactuca sativa, CV “Black Seeded Simpson”) -
Crane, J., and Walters, C. 2009. Differential Scanning Calorimetry as a Tool for Nondestructive Measurements of Seed Deterioration in Lettuce (Lactuca sativa, CV “Black Seeded Simpson”). Seed Technologists Newsletter. 83(2):21-22. Association of Official Seed Analysts and Society for Commercial Seed Technologists. May 29-June 4, 2009. Fort Collins, Colorado. Meeting Abstract.
Hydration of Cuphea seeds containing crystallized triacylglycerols -
Volk, G.M., Crane, J., Caspersen, A.M., Kovach, D.A., Gardner, C.A., Walters, C.T. 2007. Hydration of Cuphea seeds containing crystallized triacylglycerols. Functional Plant Biology 34:360-367.
Cryopreservation of Recalcitrant (i.e. Desiccation-Sensitive) Seeds -
Walters C, J. Wesley-Smith, J. Crane, L.M. Hill, P. Chmielarz, N.W. Pammenter and P. Berjak. 2008. Cryopreservation of recalcitrant (i.e. desiccation-sensitive) seeds. pp. 465-484. In B. Reed (ed.) Plant Cryopreservation: A practical guide. Springer Publishing, New York, NY.
TRIACYLGLYCEROL PHASE AND SEED STORAGE BEHAVIOR -
Walters, C.T., Crane, J., Volk, G.M. 2006. Triacylglycerol phase and seed storage behavior. 17th International Symposium on Plant Lipids. July 16-21, 2006, East Lansing, Michigan. p. 67. Meeting Abstract.
MASSIVE CELLULAR DISRUPTION OCCURS DURING EARLY IMBIBITION OF CUPHEA SEEDS CONTAINING CRYSTALLIZED TRIACYLGLYCEROLS -
Volk, G.M., J. Crane, A.M. Caspersen, L.M. Hill, C.A. Gardner and C. Walters. 2006. Massive cellular disruption occurs during early imbibition of Cuphea seeds containing crystallized triacylglycerols. Planta 224:1415-1426.
TRIACYLGLYCEROL PHASE AND 'INTERMEDIATE' SEED STORAGE PHYSIOLOGY: A STUDY OF CUPHEA CARTHAGENENSIS -
Crane, J., Kovach, D.A., Gardner, C.A., Walters, C.T. 2005. Triacylglycerol phase and 'intermediate' seed storage physiology: a study of cuphea carthagenensis. Planta 223:1081-1089.
TRIACYLGLYCERIDES DETERMINE THE UNUSUAL STORAGE/PHYSIOLOGY OF CUPHEA SEED -
Crane, J., A.L. Miller, J.W. van Roekel and C. Walters. 2003. Triacylglycerols determine the unusual storage physiology of Cuphea seed. Planta 217:699-708.
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