Jaz Morris
Jaz Morris
PhD, University of Otago
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Ocean acidification and seaweed reproduction: increased CO 2 ameliorates the negative effect of lowered pH on meiospore germination in the giant kelp M acrocystis pyrifera (L …
MY Roleda, JN Morris, CM McGraw, CL Hurd
Global Change Biology 18 (3), 854-864, 2012
1382012
Diffusion boundary layers ameliorate the negative effects of ocean acidification on the temperate coralline macroalga Arthrocardia corymbosa
CLH Christopher E. Cornwall, Philip W. Boyd, Christina
PLoS One 9 (5), 2014
992014
Whole genome re-sequencing of two ‘wild-type’ strains of the model cyanobacterium Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803
JN Morris, TS Crawford, A Jeffs, PA Stockwell, JJ Eaton-Rye, ...
New Zealand journal of botany 52 (1), 36-47, 2014
442014
Phenotypic variation in wild-type substrains of the model cyanobacterium Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803
JN Morris, JJ Eaton-Rye, TC Summerfield
New Zealand Journal of Botany 55 (1), 25-35, 2017
132017
Environmental pH and the Requirement for the Extrinsic Proteins of Photosystem II in the Function of Cyanobacterial Photosynthesis
JN Morris, JJ Eaton-Rye, TC Summerfield
Frontiers in plant science 7, 1135, 2016
42016
Environmental pH and a Glu364 to Gln mutation in the chlorophyll‐binding CP 47 protein affect redox‐active TyrD and charge recombination in Photosystem II
JN Morris, S Kovács, I Vass, TC Summerfield, JJ Eaton‐Rye
FEBS letters 593 (2), 163-174, 2019
2019
Genome mutation and physiology of Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 wild types and pH-sensitive Photosystem II mutants
JN Morris
University of Otago, 2018
2018
Correction: Diffusion Boundary Layers Ameliorate the Negative Effects of Ocean Acidification on the Temperate Coralline Macroalga Arthrocardia corymbosa
PLOS ONE Staff
PloS one 9 (9), e109468, 2014
2014
How will greenhouse conditions affect the physiology and reproduction of giant kelp Macrocystis pyrifera?
J Morris
2011
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