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Faculty Publications 1993
ARTS & SCIENCES
Albert, Luke S. SEE: Silva,Thomas M.
Goos, Roger D. SEE: Hosagoudar, V. B.
Harlin, Marilyn M. "Allegations Not Newsworthy (Letter)." Narragansett Times. November 24, 1993. p.A23.
Harlin, M. M. and H. M. Rine. "Spatial Cover of Eight Common Macrophytes and Three Associated Invertebrates in Narragansett Bay and Contiguous Waters, Rhode Island, USA." Botanica Marina. 36(l):35-46. January 1993.
Hosagoudar, V. B., B. Rajeshwari Dayal and R. D. Goos. "Meliolaceae of Southern India XII." Mycotaxon. XLVI:201-210. January March 1993.
Killingbeck, Keith T. "Inefficient Nitrogen Resorption in Genets of the Actinorhizal Nitrogen Fixing Shrub Comptoniaperegfina: Physiological Ineptitude or Evolutionary Tradeoff?" Oecologia. 94(4):542-549. 1993.
Killingbeck, Keith T. "The Newest Addition to the Biological Landscape of arhode Island." Newsletter of the Rhode Island Wild Plant Society. 7(2):1-2. September 1993.
Killingbeck, K. T. "Nutrient Resorption in Desert Shrubs." Revista Chilena de Historia Natural. 66(3):345 356.1993.
Koske, Richard E., Editorial Board. Mycologia. Vol.85. 1993.
Norris, Joanna H. SEE: Silva, Thomas M.; Utrup, Linda J.
Roberts, A. W., M. Goguen and B. Knight. "Primary Suspension Cultures From Zinnia as a Model for Investigating the Regulation of Mesophyll Cell Expansion (Abstract)." Journal of Cellular Biochemistry . 17A:21. 1993.
Silva, Thomas M., Luke S. Albert and Joanna H. Norris. "Effects of Boron Deficiency on Proteins Present in Roots of Squash (Abstract)." Plant Physiology. 102(Suppl.1):64. May 1993.
Thursby, G. B., B. S. Anderson, G. E. Walsh and R. L. Steel. "A Review of the Current Status of Marine Algal Toxicity Testing in the United States." IN: Experimental Toxicology and Risk Assessment, Edited by W, G, Landis, J. S. Hughes and M. A. Lewis. American Society for Testing and Materials. (ASTM STP 1179) 1993. p.362-377.
Utrup, Linda J., Andrew J. Carey and Joanna Hanks Norris. "Five Nodulation Mutants of White Sweetclover (Mefilotus alba Desr.) Exhibit Distinct Phenotypes Blocked at Root Hair Curling, Infection Thread Development, and Nodule Organogenesis." Plant Physiology. 103(3):925 932. November 1993.
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