Rana Munns
Rana Munns
ARC Centre of Excellence in Plant Energy Biology, University of Western Australia, CSIRO Agriculture
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Mechanisms of salinity tolerance
R Munns, M Tester
Annual Review of Plant Biology 59, 651-681, 2008
Comparative physiology of salt and water stress
R Munns
Plant, Cell & Environment 25 (2), 239-250, 2002
Mechanisms of salt tolerance in nonhalophytes
H Greenway, R Munns
Annual Review of Plant Physiology 31 (1), 149-190, 1980
Genes and salt tolerance: bringing them together
R Munns
New Phytologist 167 (3), 645-663, 2005
Approaches to increasing the salt tolerance of wheat and other cereals
R Munns, RA James, A Lšuchli
Journal of experimental botany 57 (5), 1025-1043, 2006
Physiological processes limiting plant growth in saline soils: some dogmas and hypotheses
R Munns
Plant, cell & environment 16 (1), 15-24, 1993
Whole-plant responses to salinity
R Munns, A Termaat
Functional Plant Biology 13 (1), 143-160, 1986
Screening methods for salinity tolerance: a case study with tetraploid wheat
R Munns, RA James
Plant and Soil 253 (1), 201-218, 2003
Salinity tolerance of crops–what is the cost?
R Munns, M Gilliham
New phytologist 208 (3), 668-673, 2015
Wheat grain yield on saline soils is improved by an ancestral Na+ transporter gene
R Munns, RA James, B Xu, A Athman, SJ Conn, C Jordans, CS Byrt, ...
Nature Biotechnology 30 (4), 360-364, 2012
Sodium chloride toxicity and the cellular basis of salt tolerance in halophytes
TJ Flowers, R Munns, TD Colmer
Annals of Botany 115 (3), 419-431, 2015
Use of wild relatives to improve salt tolerance in wheat
TD Colmer, TJ Flowers, R Munns
Journal of experimental botany 57 (5), 1059-1078, 2006
The significance of a two-phase growth response to salinity in wheat and barley
R Munns, DP Schachtman, AG Condon
Functional Plant Biology 22 (4), 561-569, 1995
Avenues for increasing salt tolerance of crops, and the role of physiologically based selection traits
R Munns, S Husain, AR Rivelli, RA James, AGT Condon, MP Lindsay, ...
Plant and Soil 247, 93-105, 2002
Major genes for Na+ exclusion, Nax1 and Nax2 (wheat HKT1;4 and HKT1;5), decrease Na+ accumulation in bread wheat leaves under saline and†…
RA James, C Blake, CS Byrt, R Munns
Journal of experimental botany 62 (8), 2939-2947, 2011
Using membrane transporters to improve crops for sustainable food production
JI Schroeder, E Delhaize, WB Frommer, ML Guerinot, MJ Harrison, ...
Nature 497, 60-66, 2013
Soil water status affects the stomatal conductance of fully turgid wheat and sunflower leaves.
T Gollan, JB Passioura, R Munns
Functional Plant Biology 13 (4), 459-464, 1986
New phenotyping methods for screening wheat and barley for beneficial responses to water deficit
R Munns, RA James, XRR Sirault, RT Furbank, HG Jones
Journal of Experimental Botany 61, 3499-3507, 2010
HKT1;5-Like Cation Transporters Linked to Na+ Exclusion Loci in Wheat, Nax2 and Kna1
CS Byrt, JD Platten, W Spielmeyer, RA James, ES Lagudah, ES Dennis, ...
Plant physiology 143 (4), 1918-1928, 2007
Physiological characterization of two genes for Na+ exclusion in durum wheat, Nax1 and Nax2
RA James, RJ Davenport, R Munns
Plant Physiology 142 (4), 1537-1547, 2006
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