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New Phytologist, (2010) Submitted.
Gómez S., Ferrieri R.A., Schueller M.,and Orians C.M. Methyl jamonate elicits rapid changes in carbon and nitrogen dynamics in tomato
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Kasel M., Schueller M.J., and Ferrieri RA. Optimizing [13N]N2 radiochemistry for nitrogen-fixation in root nodules of legumes.
Journal of Labeled Compounds and Radiopharmaceuticals, (2010). Submitted.
Nickles R.J., Jexsen M., Paans A.M.J., Holm S., Schueller M.J. and Vaalburg W. Doppler Broadening Revealing the Chemical Environment Following Oxygen-14 Decay.
Radiochimica Acta, 88:189-194.
Brown W.D., Taylor M.D., Roberts A.D., Oakes T.R., Schueller M.J., Holden J.E., Malischke L.M.,
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