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Livingston, D.P., III, T.D. Tuong, S.R.V.Gadi, C.H. Haigler, R.S.Gelman, J.M. Cullen. 2010. 3D volumes constructed from pixel-based images by digitally clearing plant and animal tissue. Journal of Microscopy. On-line Early.
Livingston, D.P., III, T.D. Tuong, C.H. Haigler, U. Avci, S.P. Tallury. 2009. Rapid microwave processing of winter cereals for histology allows identification of separate zones of freezing injury in the crown. Crop Science 49:1837-1842.
Livingston, DP, Tallury, SP. 2009. Freezing in non-acclimated oats: A comparison of thermal response and recovering crowns in gradual and rapidly frozen plants. Thermochimica Acta 481:20-27.
Livingston, DP, Hincha, DK, Heyer, AG. 2009. The relationship of fructan to abiotic stress tolerance in plants. Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences 66:2007-2023.
Wooten, DR, DP Livingston, JB Holland, DS Marshall and JP Murphy. 2008. Quantitative trait loci and epistasis for crown freezing tolerance in the 'Kanota' x 'Ogle' hexaploid oat mapping population. Crop Science 48:149-157.
Hincha, DK, DP Livingston III, R Premakumar,
Livingston, DP III, DK Hincha and AG Heyer. 2007. The relationship of fructan to abiotic stress tolerance in plants. In:Recent Advances in Fructooligosaccharides Research. S Norio, B Noureddine, O Shuichi, eds. Research Signpost, Kerala, India. pp. 181-199.
Herman, EM, K Rotter, R Premakumai, G Elwinger, R Bae, L Ehler-King, S Chen, DP Livingston. 2006. Additional freeze hardiness in wheat acquired by exposure to -3 ?C is associated with extensive physiological, morphological, and molecular changes. Journal of Experimental Botany 57:3601-3618.
Livingston, DP and R Premakumar. 2002. Apoplastic carbohydrates do not account for differences in freezing tolerance of two winter oat cultivars that have been second phase cold hardened. Cereal Research Communications 30:375-381.
Livingston, DP. 1996. The second phase of cold hardening: freezing tolerance and fructan isomer changes in winter cereal crowns. Crop Science 36:1568-1573.
Livingston, DP and GF Elwinger. 1995. Improvement of winter hardiness in oat from 1935 to 1992. Crop Science 35:749-755.
Livingston, DP, DP Knievel and FE Gildow. 1994. I. Oligomer accumulation in stems during cold hardening and their in vitrosynthesis in a crude enzyme extract. New Phytologist 127:27-36.
Slaughter, LH and DP Livingston. 1994. Separation of fructan isomers by high performance anion exchange chromatography. Carbohydrate Research 253:287-291.
Livingston, DP, NJ Chatterton and PA Harrison. 1993. Structure and quantity of fructan oligomers in oat ( Avenaspp.). New Phytologist 123:725-734.
Livingston, DP, HG Marshall FL and Kolb. 1992. Registration of Pennline 40 winter oat germplasm. Crop Science 32:1512.
Livingston, DP, GF Elwinger and JC Weaver .1992. Fructan and sugars in 273 oat ( Avenaspp.) accessions. Crop Science 33:525-529
Livingston, DP and FE Gildow. 1991. Barley yellow dwarf virus effects on fructan and sugar concentrations in winter oat crowns. Crop Science 31:1081-1082.
Livingston, DP. 1991. Non-structural carbohydrate accumulation in winter oat crowns before and during cold hardening. Crop Science 31:751-755.
Livingston, DP. 1990. A device for grinding cereal crowns. Crop Science 30:737-739.
Livingston, DP and EK Albert. 1990. Zero dead volume flow diversion system for fraction collectors. Journal of Chromatographic Science 28:497-500.
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