In most of his Recalcitrant seed studies, his work intersects topics such as Desiccation. His Desiccation study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Recalcitrant seed. His Horticulture study often links to related topics such as Desiccation tolerance. His studies link Botany with Desiccation tolerance. Botany and Horticulture are two areas of study in which Norman W. Pammenter engages in interdisciplinary research. He undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Artocarpus and Moraceae through his research. Norman W. Pammenter conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Moraceae and Artocarpus through his works. His research on Acid rain often connects related areas such as Ecology. His research ties Acid rain and Ecology together.
His Bark (sound) study which covers Forestry that intersects with Annual growth % and Diameter at breast height. He frequently studies issues relating to Forestry and Annual growth %. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Botany and Diameter at breast height. His research on Botany often connects related areas such as Pisum. He is doing genetic studies as part of his Recalcitrant seed and Desiccation tolerance and Desiccation investigations. His Recalcitrant seed study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Desiccation. His Cell wall research encompasses a variety of disciplines, including Xyloglucan and Arabinogalactan. Norman W. Pammenter performs integrative study on Xyloglucan and Cell wall in his works. Norman W. Pammenter combines topics linked to Wilting with his work on Horticulture.
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A review of recalcitrant seed physiology in relation to desiccation-tolerance mechanisms
N. W. Pammenter;Patricia Berjak.
Seed Science Research (1999)
A mathematical and statistical analysis of the curves illustrating vulnerability of xylem to cavitation.
N. W. Pammenter;C. Van der Willigen.
Tree Physiology (1998)
From Avicennia to Zizania: seed recalcitrance in perspective.
Patricia Berjak;N. W. Pammenter.
Annals of Botany (2007)
Recalcitrance: a current assessment
J. M. Farrant;N. W. Pammenter;P. Berjak.
Seed Science and Technology (1988)
Homeohydrous (Recalcitrant) Seeds: Dehydration, the State of Water and Viability Characteristics in Landolphia kirkii
N. W. Pammenter;Christina W. Vertucci;Patricia Berjak.
Plant Physiology (1991)
Seed development in relation to desiccation tolerance: A comparison between desiccation-sensitive (recalcitrant) seeds of Avicennia marina and desiccation-tolerant types
Jill M. Farrant;N. W. Pammenter;Patricia Berjak.
Seed Science Research (1993)
Effects of differential drying rates on viability retention of recalcitrant seeds of Ekebergia capensis
N. W. Pammenter;Valerie Greggains;J. I. Kioko;J. Wesley-Smith.
Seed Science Research (1998)
The Basis of Recalcitrant Seed Behaviour
Patricia Berjak;Jill M. Farrant;N. W. Pammenter.
Desiccation damage, accelerated ageing and respiration in desiccation tolerant and sensitive seeds
Christina Walters;N.W. Pammenter;Patricia Berjak;Jennifer Crane.
Seed Science Research (2001)
Recalcitrant (homoiohydrous) seeds: the enigma of their desiccation-sensitivity.
P. Berjak;J. M. Farrant;D. J. Mycock;N. W. Pammenter.
Seed Science and Technology (1990)
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