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Agricultural Research Service

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Ann Caspersen
Small Grains and Potato Germplasm Research
Agricultural Science Research Technician (Plants)

Phone: (208) 397-4162 ext. 125
Fax: (208) 397-4165

1691 S 2700 W
ABERDEEN , ID 83210


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Total phenolic levels in diverse garlics (Allium sativum L.) -
Volk, G.M., Caspersen, A.M., Stern, D. 2012. Total phenolic levels in diverse garlics (Allium sativum L.). Garlic Press. 51: 10-10.
Shoot tip structural and biophysical responses to plant vitrification solution 2 (PVS2) exposure -
Volk, G.M., Caspersen, A.M., Walters, C.T. 2007. Shoot tip structural and biophysical responses to plant vitrification solution 2 (PVS2) exposure. Meeting abstract for the 44th Annual Meeting of the Society for Cryobiology. July 28 - August 01, 2007, Lake Louise, Canada. pp. 45.
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.
PLASMOLYSIS and recovery of different cell types in cryoprotected shoot tips of MENTHA X piperita -
Volk, G.M., Caspersen, A.M. 2007. Plasmolysis and recovery of different cell types in cryoprotected shoot tips of mentha x piperita. Protoplasma 231:215-226.
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.
ULTRASTRUCTURAL CHANGES IN MINT MERISTEMS DURING THE CRYOPRESERVATION PROCESS -
Volk, G.M., Caspersen, A.M. Ultrastructural changes in mint meristems during the cryopreservation process. In: Symposium Series Meristems, June 2-5, 2005, Ames, Iowa. p. 21.
THE CRYOPRESERVATION PROCESS INDUCES PLASMOLYSIS IN MINT SHOOT TIPS -
Volk, G.M., Caspersen, A.M. 2004. The cryopreservation process induces plasmolysis in mint shoot tips. Plasmodesmata 2004. August 17-21, 2004.Monterey, CA. p.118.
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