William John Davies
William John Davies
Professor of Plant Science
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Root signals and the regulation of growth and development of plants in drying soil
WJ Davies, J Zhang
Annual review of plant biology 42 (1), 55-76, 1991
ABA‐based chemical signalling: the co‐ordination of responses to stress in plants
S Wilkinson, WJ Davies
Plant, cell & environment 25 (2), 195-210, 2002
Drought, ozone, ABA and ethylene: new insights from cell to plant to community
S Wilkinson, WJ Davies
Plant, cell & environment 33 (4), 510-525, 2010
Improving water use in crop production
JIL Morison, NR Baker, PM Mullineaux, WJ Davies
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 363 …, 2008
Stomatal control by chemical signalling and the exploitation of this mechanism to increase water use efficiency in agriculture
WJ Davies, S Wilkinson, B Loveys
New phytologist 153 (3), 449-460, 2002
Root to shoot communication in maize plants of the effects of soil drying
PG Blackman, WJ Davies
Journal of experimental botany 36 (1), 39-48, 1985
Integration of hydraulic and chemical signalling in the control of stomatal conductance and water status of droughted plants
F Tardieu, WJ Davies
Plant, Cell & Environment 16 (4), 341-349, 1993
Solute regulation and growth by roots and shoots of water-stressed maize plants
RE Sharp, WJ Davies
Planta 147 (1), 43-49, 1979
Raising yield potential of wheat. III. Optimizing partitioning to grain while maintaining lodging resistance
MJ Foulkes, GA Slafer, WJ Davies, PM Berry, R Sylvester-Bradley, ...
Journal of experimental botany 62 (2), 469-486, 2011
A Positive Root-sourced Signal as an Indicator of Soil Drying in Apple, Malus x domestica Borkh.
DJG Gowing, WJ Davies, HG Jones
Journal of Experimental Botany 41 (12), 1535-1540, 1990
Abscisic acid produced in dehydrating roots may enable the plant to measure the water status of the soil
J Zhang, WJ Davies
Plant, Cell & Environment 12 (1), 73-81, 1989
Improving crop productivity and resource use efficiency to ensure food security and environmental quality in China
M Fan, J Shen, L Yuan, R Jiang, X Chen, WJ Davies, F Zhang
Journal of experimental botany 63 (1), 13-24, 2012
Changes in the concentration of ABA in xylem sap as a function of changing soil water status can account for changes in leaf conductance and growth
J Zhang, WJ Davies
Plant, Cell & Environment 13 (3), 277-285, 1990
Control of stomatal behaviour by abscisic acid which apparently originates in the roots
J Zhang, U Schurr, WJ Davies
Journal of experimental botany 38 (7), 1174-1181, 1987
Plant species and nitrogen effects on soil biological properties of temperate upland grasslands
RD Bardgett, JL Mawdsley, S Edwards, PJ Hobbs, JS Rodwell, WJ Davies
Functional Ecology 13 (5), 650-660, 1999
Long-distance ABA signaling and its relation to other signaling pathways in the detection of soil drying and the mediation of the plant’s response to drought
WJ Davies, G Kudoyarova, W Hartung
Journal of plant growth regulation 24 (4), 285-295, 2005
How do chemical signals work in plants that grow in drying soil?
WJ Davies, F Tardieu, CL Trejo
Plant Physiology 104 (2), 309, 1994
Xylem sap pH increase: a drought signal received at the apoplastic face of the guard cell that involves the suppression of saturable abscisic acid uptake by the epidermal symplast
S Wilkinson, WJ Davies
Plant physiology 113 (2), 559-573, 1997
Assessing shifts in microbial community structure across a range of grasslands of differing management intensity using CLPP, PLFA and community DNA techniques
SJ Grayston, CD Campbell, RD Bardgett, JL Mawdsley, CD Clegg, K Ritz, ...
Applied Soil Ecology 25 (1), 63-84, 2004
Stomatal response to abscisic acid is a function of current plant water status
F Tardieu, WJ Davies
Plant physiology 98 (2), 540-545, 1992
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