PUBLICATIONS (h factor = 60 (ISI); 72 (Google Scholar))

*most significant

*185.    Bennett AB, Pankievicz VCS, Ane J-M. 2020. A model for nitrogen fixation in cereal crops. Trends in Pl Sci., 25:226-235.

184.     Amicucci MJ, Galermo AG, Guerrero A, Treves G, Nandita E, Kailema MJ, Higdon S, Pozzo T, Labavitch J, Bennett AB, Lebrilla CB. 2019. Strategy for Structural Elucidation of Polysaccharides: Elucidation of a maize mucilage that harbors diazotrophic bacteria. Anal Chem: DOI: 10.1021/acs.analchem.9b00789

183.     Pozo T, Higdon SM, Pattathil S, Hahn MG, Bennett AB. 2018. Characterization of novel glycosyl hydrolases discovered by cell wall glycan directed monoclonal antibody screening and metagenome analysis of maize aerial root mucilage. PLoS ONE 13(9): e0204525. https://doi. org/10.1371/journal.pone.0204525 

*182.    Van Deynze A, Zamora P, Delaux P-M, Heitmann C, Jayaraman D, Rajasekar S, Maeda J, Bhatnagar S, Jospin G, Graham D, Jeannotte R, Gibson D, Darling A, Schwartz KD, Berry AM, Lopez J, Weimer BC, Eisen JA, Shapiro H-Y, Ané J-M. Bennett AB. (2018) Nitrogen fixation in a landrace of maize is supported by a mucilage-associated diazotrophic microbiota. PLoS Biol 16(8): e2006352.

181.     Maida M., Jefferson D.J., Farkas A., Alandete-Saez M., Bennett A.B.  2016. Technology transfer processes in the Americas: Common and Divergent Practices Among Major Research Universities and Public Sector Institutions.  J Tech Transfer, DOI 10.1007/s10961-016-9516-1.

180.     Alandete-Saez M., Jefferson D.J., Bennett A.B. 2016. Intellectual Property in Agricultural Biotechnology: From Patent Thickets to Generics and Genetic Resources. In: H.B. Singh, A Jha, C. Keswani (eds), Intellectual Property Issues in Biotechnology, CABI Press, UK pp. 49-58..

179.     Falck-Zepeda, J.B., Zambrano, P., McLean, D., Sanders, A., Roca, M. M., Chi-Ham, C., Bennett, A.B. 2015. Honduras and Bt/HT maize – a small country model for GM crop adoption? In Analyses: Africa's future ... can biosciences contribute? Mitton, P., Bennett, D. (Eds.). Chapter 11. Pp. 106-118.

178.     Alandete-Saez M., Chi-Ham C., Graff G., Boettiger S., Bennett A.B. 2015.  Intellectual property in agricultural biotechnology – Strategies for open access.  In: Neal Stewart (ed), Plant Biotechnology and Genetics: Principles, Techniques and Applications Second Edition, J. Wiley & Sons, New York pp 325-342.

177.     Jefferson D., Graff G., Chi-Ham C., Bennett A.B. 2015. The emergence of agbiogenerics. Nature Biotech 33:819-823.

176.     Bennett A.B. 2015. Innovacion publica y capital cientifico. Pulso. July 3, 2015.

175.     Katehi L., Bennett A.B. 2015. Colaboraciones internacionales para la innovacion. Diario Financiero, May 25, 2015.

174.     Katehi L., Bennett A.B. 2015. UC Davis, South American partnership can produce a research bounty. Sacramento Bee, May 18, 2015.

173.     Bennett, A.B. 2014. Universidades, motores de la innovacion y economia. El Mercurio, November 9, 2014.

172.     Sun X., Chi-Ham C., Cohen-Davidyan T., De Ben C., Getachow, G., DePeters E., Putnam D., Bennett A.B. 2014. Protein accumulation and rumen-stability of wheat gliadin fusion proteins in tobacco and alfalfa. Plant Biotech J 13:974-982.

171.     Camacho A., Van Deynze A., Chi-Ham C., Bennett A.B. 2014. Genetically engineered crops that fly under the US regulatory radar. Nature Biotech. 32:1087-1091.

170.     Alandete-Saez M., Chi-Ham C., Graff, G.D., Bennett A.B. 2014. Intellectual Property in Agriculture.  The Encyclopedia of Agriculture and Food Systems, NK Van Alfen (Ed), Elsevier, pp 31-43 .

*169.    Bennett A.B., Chi-Ham C., Barrows G., Sexton S., Zilberman D. 2013. Agricultural Biotechnology: Economics, Environment, Ethics and the Future. Ann Rev Envir Resources 38:249-279.

168.     Finiti, I., Leyva, M. O., López-Cruz, J., Calderan Rodrigues, B., Vicedo, B., Angulo, C., Bennett, A. B., Grant, M., García-Agustín, P., González-Bosch, C.  2013. Functional analysis of endo-1,4-β-glucanases in response to Botrytis cinerea and Pseudomonas syringae reveals their involvement in plant–pathogen interactions. Plant Biol., 15: 819–831.

167.     Haroldsen V.M., Chi-Ham C.L., Bennett A.B. 2012.  Transgene mobilization and regulatory uncertainty for non-GE fruit products of transgenic rootstocks. J. Biotech. 161:349-353.

*166.    Powell A.L.T., Nguyen C.V., Hill T., Cheng K-L.L., Figueroa-Balderas R., Aktas H., Ashrafi H., Pons C., Fernandez-Munioz R., Vicente A., Lopez-Baltazar J., Barry C.S., Liu Y., Chetelat R., Granell A., Van Deynze A., Giovannoni J.J., Bennett A.B. 2012. Uniform ripening (U) encodes a Golden 2-like transcription factor regulating tomato fruit chloroplast development. Science 336:1711-1715.

165.     Bennett A.B.  2012. Taste: Unraveling Tomato Flavor. Curr. Biol. 22:R443-R444.

164.     Haroldsen V.M., Szczerba M., Aktas H., Lopez-Baltazar J., Odias M.J., Chi-Ham C.L., Labavitch J., Bennett A.B, Powell A. 2012. Mobility of transgenic nucleic acids and proteins within grafted rootstocks for agricultural improvement. Frontiers Pl Sci 3:39.

163.     Bennett A.B., Rajalahti R, Pope-Christiansen A. 2012. Technology transfer offices: Facilitating Intellectual Property Protection for agricultural innovations. Agricultural Innovation Systems (AIS): An Investment Sourcebook, The World Bank, pp 407-413.

162.     Haroldsen V.M., Chi-Ham C.L., Szczerba M., Bennett A.B. 2012.  Research and adoption of biotechnology strategies for improvement of California fruit and nut tree crops. Calif. Ag. 66:62-69.

161.     Haroldsen V.M., Chi-Ham C.L., Kulkarni, S., Lorence A., Bennett A.B. 2012.  Constitutively expressed DHAR and MDHAR influence fruit, but not foliar ascorbate levels in tomato. Plant. Physiol. and Biochem. 14:1244-1249.

*160.    Chi-Ham C., Boettiger S., Figueroa-Balderas R., Bird S., Geoola J.N., Zamora P., Alandete-Saez M., Bennett A.B. 2012. An intellectual property sharing initiative in agricultural biotechnology: Development of enabling technologies for plant transformation. J. Plant Biotech. 10:501-510.

159.     Clark K., Cavicchi J., Jensen K., Fitzgerald R., Bennett A.B., Kowalski S.P. 2011. Patent data mining: A tool for accelerating HIV vaccine innovation. Vaccine 29:4086-4093.

158.     Chi-Ham C., Bennett A.B. 2011. Intellectual property and the development of transgenic horticultural crops.  In “Transgenic Horticultural Crops: Challenges, and Opportunities”, B Mou and R Scorza, eds.  pp. 219-231.

157.     Eaglesham A., Bennett A.B., Hardy R.W.F.  2010. Promoting Health by Linking Agriculture, Food and Nutrition.  NABC Report 22, National Agricultural Biotechnology Council, Ithaca, NY.

156.     Graff G.D., Zilberman D., Bennett A.B. 2010. The commercialization of biotechnology traits. Plant Sci. 179:635-644.

155.     Bennett A.B. 2010. History of the world through the eyes of a plant breeder.  Science 329:391-392.

154.     Bennett A.B. 2010. Food Security: Translational agriculture. Science 328:429.

153.     Chi-Ham C, Clark K, Bennett A.B. 2009. The intellectual property landscape for gene suppression technologies in plants. Nature Biotech 28:32-37.

152.     Graff G.D., Zilberman D., Bennett A.B.  2009.  The contraction of product quality innovation in agricultural biotechnology.  Nature Biotech. 8:702-704.

151.     Cantu D., Blanco-Ulate B., Yang L., Labavitch J.M., Bennett A.B., Powell A.L.T. 2009.  Ripening-regulated susceptibility of tomato fruit to Botrytis cinerea requires NOR but not RIN or ethylene.  Plant Physiol 150:1434-1449.

150.     Bennett A.B., Boettiger S.  2009.  Public Intellectual Property Resource for Agriculture: A public sector clearinghouse for agricultural IP.  In: Geertrui Van Overwalle (ed), Gene Patents and Clearing Models. From Concepts to Cases, Cambridge University Press pp. 135-142.

149.     Cantu D., Vicente A.R., Greve L.C., Dewey F.M., Bennett A.B., Labavitch J.M., Powell A.L.T. 2008.  Strangers in the matrix: plant cell wall and pathogen susceptibility.  Trends in Plant Sci. 13:610-617.

148.     Bennett A.B., Labavitch J.M. 2008. Ethylene and ripening-regulated expression and function of fruit cell wall modifying proteins.  Plant Science 175:130-136.

147.     Bennett A.B., Chi-Ham C., Graff G., Boettiger S.  2008.  Intellectual property in agricultural biotechnology – Strategies for open access.  In: Neal Stewart (ed), Plant Biotechnology and Genetics: Principles, Techniques and Applications, J. Wiley & Sons, New York pp 325-342.

*146.    Cantu D., Vicente A.R., Greve L.C., Dewey F.M., Bennett A.B., Labavitch J.M., Powell A.L.T. 2008.  The intersection between cell wall disassembly, ripening and fruit susceptibility to B. cinerea.  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 105:859-864.

145.     Víctor Flors V., de la O Leyva M., Viñedo B., Finiti I., Real M.D., García-Agustín P., Bennett A.B., González-Bosch C.  2007.  Absence of endo-1,4-glucanases Cel1 and Cel2 reduces susceptibility to B. cinerea in tomato Plant J 52:1027-1040.

144.     Urbanowicz B.R., Bennett A.B., del Campillo E., Catalá C., Hayashi T., Henrissat B., Höfte H., McQueen-Mason S.J., Patterson S.E., Shoseyov O., Teeri T., Rose J.K.C.  2007.  Structural organization and a standardized nomenclature for plant endo-1,4--glucanases (‘Cellulases’) of glycosyl hydrolase family 9 (GH9).  Plant Physiol 144:1693-1696.

143.     Boettiger S., Bennett A.B.  2007.  PIPRA: A resource for collaborative intellectual property management in agriculture.  J. Intellectual Prop. Rights 12:86-91.

142.     Nishiyama K, Guis M, Rose JKC, Kubo Y, Bennett KA, Wangjin L, Kato, K, Ushijima K, Nakano R, Inaba A, Bouzayen M, Latche A, Pech J-C, Bennett AB.  2007. Ethylene regulation of fruit softening and cell wall disassembly in Charentais melon. J. Exp. Botany 58:1281-1290.

141.     Bennett A.B.  2007.  Conflicts of interest and conflicts of commitment in technology transfer.  In: A. Krattiger (ed), Handbook of Best Practices in Intellectual Property Management for Health and Agriculture, pp. 527-536.

140.     Bennett A.B., Carriere, M. 2007.  The University of California’s strawberry licensing program.  In: A. Krattiger (ed), Handbook of Best Practices in Intellectual Property Management for Health and Agriculture, pp. 1833-1836.

139.     Graff G.D., Bennett A.B.  2007.  Intellectual property and technology transfer by the University of California Agricultural Experiment Station.  In: A. Krattiger (ed), Handbook of Best Practices in Intellectual Property Management for Health and Agriculture, pp. 1739-1746.

138.     Bennett A.B.  2007.  Reservation of rights for humanitarian use.  In: A. Krattiger (ed), Handbook of Best Practices in Intellectual Property Management for Health and Agriculture, pp. 41-46.

137.     Bennett A.B., Carriere, M. 2007.  The University of California technology transfer program.  In: A. Krattiger (ed), Handbook of Best Practices in Intellectual Property Management for Health and Agriculture, pp. 1729-1738.

136.     Bennett A.B., Streitz W.D., Gacel R.A.  2007.  Material Transfer Agreements. In: A. Krattiger (ed), Handbook of Best Practices in Intellectual Property Management for Health and Agriculture, pp. 697-716.

135.     Deguchi M., Bennett A.B., Yamaki S., Yamada K., Kahahama K., Kanayama Y.  2006.  An engineered sorbitol cycle alters sugar composition, not growth, in transformed tobacco. Plant Cell Envir.  29:1980-1988.

*134.    Boettiger S., Bennett A.B.  2006.  Bayh-Dole: If we knew then what we know now.  Nature Biotech. 24:320-324.

133.     Boettiger S., Bennett A.B.  2006.  The Bayh-Dole Act: Implications for developing countries. IDEA 46:259-279.

132.     Rousseaux M.C., Jones C.M., Adams D., Chetelat R., Bennett A.B., Powell A.  2005.  QTL analysis of fruit antioxidants in tomato using Lycopersicon pennellii introgression lines.  Theor. Appl. Genet.  111: 1396-1408.

131.     Navarro-Avino J.P., Bennett A.B.  2005.  Role of Ca2+-ATPase induced by ABA and IAA in the generation of specific Ca2+ signals.  Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun.  329:406-415.

130.     Real M.D., Company P., Garcia-Augustine P., Bennett A.B., Gonzalez-Bosch C.  2004.  Characterization of tomato endo-β-1,4,-glucanase Cel1 protein in fruit ripening and after fungal infection.  Planta 220:80-86.

129.     Navarro-Avino J.P., Bennett A.B.  2003.  Do untranslated introns control Ca2+-ATPase isoform dependence on CaM found in TN and PM?  Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 312:1377-1382.

128.     Bennett A.B.  2003.  Theobroma cacao: Out of the Amazon and into the genomics era.  Trends in Plant Sci. 8:561-563.

127.     Delmer D., Nottenburg C., Graff G., Bennett A.B.  2003.  Intellectual property resources for international development in agriculture.  Plant Physiol. 133:1666-1670.

126.     Graff G., Wright B., Bennett A.B., Zilberman D.  2003.  Accessing intellectual property for biotechnological development of horticultural crops.  Cal. Ag. 58(2): 122-127.

125.     Streitz W.D., Bennett, A.B.  2003.  Material transfer agreements: A university perspective.  Plant Physiol. 133:10-13.

124.     Graff G.D., Cullen S.E., Bradford K.J., Zilberman D., Bennett A.B.  2003.  The public-private structure of intellectual property ownership in agricultural biotechnology.  Nature Biotech. 21:989-995.

123.     Powell A.L.T., Kalamaki M.S., Kurien P.A., Gurrieri S., Bennett A.B.  2003.  Simultaneous transgenic suppression of LePG and LeExp1 influences fruit texture and juice viscosity in a fresh-market tomato variety.  J. Food & Ag Chem 51:7450-7455.

122.     Kalamaki M.S., Powell A.L.T., Struijs K., Labavitch J.M., Reid D.S., Bennett A.B.  2003.  Transgenic over-expression of expansin influences particle size distribution and improves viscosity of tomato juice and paste. J. Food & Ag Chem 51:7465-7471.

121.     Odanaka S., Bennett A.B., Kanayama, Y.  2002.  Distinct physiological roles of fructokinase isozymes revealed by gene-specific suppression of Frk1 and Frk2 expression in tomato.  Plant Physiol 129:1119-1126.

*120.    Bennett A.B. 2002.  Biochemical and genetic determinants of cell wall disassembly in ripening fruit: A general model.  HortSci. 37:447-450.

119.     Catala C., Rose J.K.C., York W.S., Darvill A.G., Bennett A.B.  2001.  Characterization of a tomato XET gene that is down-regulated by auxin in etiolated hypocotyls.  Plant Physiol 127:1180-1192.

118.     Powell A.L., Bennett A.B.  2001.  Tomato.  In: Fruit and Vegetable Biotechnology, V. Valpuesta (ed), Woodhead Publishing Ltd., Cambridge, England pp. 185-207.

117.     Smart L.B., Moskal W.A., Cameron K.D., Bennett A.B.  2001.  MIP genes are down-regulated under drought stress in Nicotiana glauca.  Plant Cell Physiol 42:686-693.

116.     Powell A.L.T., van Kan J., ten Have A., Visser J., Greve C., Bennett A.B., Labavitch J.  2000. Transgenic expression of active fruit PGIP in tomato limits fungal colonizations.  Molec. Plant Microbe Interact. 13:942-950.

115.     Smart L.B., Cameron K.D., Bennett A.B.  2000.  Isolation of genes displaying predominant expression in guard cells and epidermal cells of Nicotiana glauca.  Plant Molec. Biol.  42:857-869.

114.     Smart L.B., Nall N.M., Bennett A.B.  2000.  Isolation of RNA and protein from guard cells of Nicotiana glauca.  Plant Molec. Biol. Reporter 42:857-869.

113.     Rose J.K.C., Cosgrove D.J., Albersheim P., Darvill A.G., Bennett A.B.  2000.  Detection of expansin proteins and activity during fruit ontogeny.  Plant Physiol. 123:1583-1592.

112.     Catala C., Rose J.K.C., Bennett A.B.  2000.  Auxin-regulated genes encoding cell wall modifying proteins are expressed during early tomato fruit growth. Plant Physiol. 122: 527-534.

111.     Hadfield, K.A., Dang T., Guis, M., Pech J-C., Bouzayen M., Bennett A.B.  2000. Characterization of ripening-regulated cDNAs and expression in ethylene-suppressed Charentais melon fruit.  Plant Physiol. 122: 977-984.

110.     Civello P.M., Powell A., Bennett A.B.  1999. An expansin gene expressed in ripening strawberry.  Plant Physiol. 121:1273-1279.

*109.    Brummell D.A., Harpster M.H., Civello P.M., Bennett A.B., Dunsmuir, P.  1999. Modification of expansin protein abundance in tomato fruit alters softening and cell wall polymer metabolism during ripening.  Plant Cell 11:2203-2216.

108.     Sitrit Y., Hadfield K.A., Bennett A.B., Bradford K.J., Downie B.A.  1999. Expression of a calcium-dependent exo-polygalacturonase associated with tomato seed germination. Plant Physiol. 121:419-428.

107.     Brummell D., Hall B.D., Bennett A.B.  1999. Antisense suppression of tomato endo-ß-1,4-glucanase Cel2 mRNA accumulation increases the force required to break fruit abscission zones but does not effect fruit softening.  Plant Mol. Biol 40:615-622.

*106.    Rose J.C., Bennett A.B. 1999. Cooperative disassembly of the cellulose-xyloglucan network of plant cell walls: Parallels between cell expansion and fruit ripening.  Trends in Plant Sci. 4:176-183.

105.     Navarro J.P., Hentzen A., Bennett A.B.  1999. Alternative transcription initiation sites generate two LCA1 Ca2+-ATPase mRNA transcripts in tomato roots.  Plant Mol. Biol. 40:133-140.

104.     Catala C, Bennett, A.B. 1998.  Cloning and sequence analysis of Tomcel8; A new plant endo--1,4-glucanase gene encoding a protein with a putative carbohydrate binding domain. Plant Physiol: 118:1535.

103.     Downie B., Dirk L.M.A., Hadfield K.A., Wilkins T.A., Bennett A.B., Bradford K.J.  1998.  A gel diffusion assay for quantification of pectin methylesterase activity.  Anal. Biochem. 264:149-157.

102.     Kanayama Y., Dai N., Granot D., Petreikov M., Schaffer A., Powell A.L., Bennett A.B.  1998. Tomato fructokinases exhibit differential spatial expression and differential inhibition by fructose.  Plant Physiol 117:85-90.

101.     Hadfield K.A., Rose J.A., Bennett A.B. 1998.  Polygalacturonase (PG) gene expression in ripe melon fruit supports a role for PG in ripening-associated pectin disassembly. Plant Physiol 117:363-373.

*100.    Hadfield K.A., Bennett A.B.  1998.  Polygalacturonases:  Many genes in search of a function.  Plant Physiol. 117:337-343.

99.       Rose J.K.C, Hadfield K.A., Labavitch J., Bennett A.B.  1998. Temporal sequence of cell wall disassembly in ripening melon fruit. Plant Physiol 117:345-361(cover article).

98.       Sitrit Y., Bennett A.B.  1998. Regulation of tomato fruit polygalacturonase mRNA accumulation by ethylene: A re-examination.  Plant Physiol 116:1145-1150.

97.       Lashbrook C.C., Giovannoni J.J., Hall B.D., Fischer R.L., Bennett A.B.  1998. Transgenic analysis of tomato endo-ß-1,4-glucanase gene function. Role of Cel1 in floral abscission. Plant J 13:303-310.

96.       Hadfield K.A., Bennett A.B.  1997.  Programmed senescence of plant organs. Cell Death and Diff. 4:662-670.

95.       Catala C., Rose J.K.C., Bennett A.B. 1997.  Auxin-regulation and spatial localization of an endo-1,4-ß-D-glucanase and a xyloglucan endotransglycosylase in expanding tomato hypocotyls.  Plant J 12:417-426 (cover article).

*94.      Rose J.K.C., Lee H. H., Bennett A.B.  1997. Expression of a divergent expansin gene is fruit-specific and ripening-regulated. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 94:5955-5960.

*93.      Brummell D.A., Catala C. Lashbrook C.C., Bennett A.B.  1997. A membrane-anchored E-type endo-ß-1,4-glucanase is localized on Golgi and plasma membranes of higher plants.  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 94:4794-4799.

92.       Rose JKC, Catala C., Brummell DA, Lashbrook CC, Gonzalez-Bosch C, Bennett AB.  1997. The tomato endo-1,4-ß-glucanase gene family: Regulation by both ethylene and auxin.  In: Biology and Biotechnology of the Plant Hormone Ethylene, A. Kanellis, C. Chang, H. Kende, D. Grierson, eds. pp. 197-205.

91.       Gonzalez-Bosch C., del Campillo E., Bennett A.B.  1997. Immunodetection and characterization of tomato endo-ß-1,4-glucanase Cel1 protein in flower abscission zones.  Plant Physiol. 114:1541-1546.

90.       Kanayama Y., Dai N., Granot D., Petreikov M., Schaffer A., Bennett A.B.  1997. Divergent fructokinase genes are differentially expressed in tomato.  Plant Physiol. 113:1379-1384.

89.       Brummell D.A., Bird C.R., Schuch W., Bennett A.B.  1997. A pistil-predominant endo-ß-1,4-glucanase is generally expressed in rapidly expanding tissues.  Plant Molec. Biol. 33:87-95.

88.       Lashbrook C.C., Brummell D.A., Rose J.K.C., Bennett A.B.  1997.  Non-pectolytic cell wall metabolism during fruit ripening.  In: J. Giovannoni (ed), “Fruit Ripening Molecular Biology”, Gordon and Breach Publishing.

87.       del Campillo E., Bennett A.B.  1996.  Pedicel breakstrength and cellulase gene expression during tomato flower abscission.  Plant Physiol 111: 813-820.

86.       Gonzalez-Bosch C., Brummell D., Bennett A.B.  1996.  Differential expression of two endo-ß-1,4-glucanse genes in pericarp and locules of wild-type and mutant tomato fruit.  Plant Physiol. 111:1313-1319.

85.       Mito N., Wimmers L.E., Bennett A.B.  1996.  Sugar regulates mRNA abundance of H+-ATPase gene family members in tomato.  Plant Physiol 112:1229-1236.

84.       Ferrol N., Bennett A.B.  1996.  A single gene may encode differentially localized Ca2+-ATPases in plant cells.  Plant Cell 8:1159-1169.

83.       Hentzen A.E., Smart L.B., Wimmers L.E., Fang H.H., Schroeder J.I., Bennett A.B.  1996.  Two plasma membrane H+-ATPase genes expressed in guard cells of Vicia faba are also expressed throughout the plant.  Plant & Cell Physiol 37:650-659.

82.       Klann E., Bennett A.B.  1996.  Soluble acid invertase controls sugar composition, sugar concentration and cell size in transgenic tomato fruit.  Plant Physiol 112:1321-1330

81.       Rose J.K.C., Brummell D.A., Bennett A.B.  1996. Two divergent xyloglucan endotransglycosylases exhibit mutually exclusive patterns of expression and differing xyloglucan substrate affinities in nasturtium.  Plant Physiol. 110:493-499.

80.       Hadfield K.A., Rose J.K.C., Bennett A.B.  1995. The respiratory climacteric is present in Charentais (Cucumis melo var. Reticulatis F1 Alpha) melons ripened on or off the plant.  J. Exp. Bot. 46:1923-1925.

*79.      Bennett A.B., Chetelat R.T., Klann E.  1995. Exotic germplasm or engineered genes: Comparison of genetic strategies to improve fruit quality.  In:  K-H Engel, G. Takeoka, R. Teranishi (eds), Amer. Chem. Soc. Symposium Series, Genetically Modified Foods; Safety Aspects 605:88-99.

78.       Mito N., Bennett A.B.  1995. The diageotropica mutation and synthetic auxins differentially effect expression of auxin-regulated genes in tomato.  Plant Physiol. 109:293-297.

77.       Chetelat R.T., DeVerna J.W., Bennett A.B.  1995. Effects of the Lycopersicon chmielewskii invertase gene controlling fruit sucrose accumulation on yield and quality parameters following introgression into tomato.  Theoret. Appl. Genet. 91:334-339.

76.       Chetelat R.T., DeVerna J.W., Bennett A.B.  1995. Introgression into tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum) of the L. chmielewskii invertase gene controlling fruit sucrose accumulation.  Theoret. Appl. Genet. 91:327-333.

75.       Grantz A.A., Brummell D.A., Bennett A.B.  1995.  Ascorbate free radical reductase mRNA levels are induced by wounding.  Plant Physiol. 108:411-418.

74.       Karrer E., Lincoln J.E., Hogenout S., Bennett A.B., Bostock R., Martineau B., Lucas W.J., Gilchrist D.G., Alexander D.  1995.  In situ isolation of mRNA from individual plant cells: Creation of cell-specific cDNA libraries.  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 92:3814-3818.

73.       Moore T., Bennett A.B.  1994.  Tomato fruit polygalacturonase isozyme 1:  Characterization of the ß subunit and its state of assembly in vivo.  Plant Physiol 106:1461-1469.

72.       Powell A.L.T., Stotz H.U., Labavitch J.M., Bennett A.B.  1994.  Glycoprotein inhibitors of fungal polygalacturonases.  In: "Advances in Molecular Genetics of Plant-Microbe Interactions", M.J. Daniels, J.A. Downie, A.E. Osborn (eds), Vol. III. pp. 399-402.

71.       Lashbrook C.L., Gonzalez-Bosch C., Bennett A.B.  1994.  Two divergent endo-ß-1,4-glucanase genes exhibit overlapping expression in ripening fruit and abscission zones.  Plant Cell 6:1485-1493.

70.       Ewing N.E., Bennett A.B.  1994.  Assessment of the number and expression of H+-ATPase genes in tomato.  Plant Physiol. 106:547-557.

69.       Brummell D.A., Lashbrook C.L., Bennett A.B.  1994.  Plant endo-1,4-ß-glucanases: Structure, properties and physiological function.  In:  M.E. Himmel, J.O. Baker, R. P. Overend (eds), Amer. Chem. Soc. Symposium Series, Enzymatic Conversion of Biomass for Fuels Production. ch. 6, pp:100-129.

68.       Stotz H.U., Contos J.A., Powell A.L.T., Bennett A.B., Labavitch J.M.  1994.  Structure and expression of an inhibitor of fungal polygalacturonases from tomato.  Plant Mol. Biol 25:607-617.

67.       Bennett A.B., Chetelat R., Klann E., Lashbrook C., Martin R., Gilchrist D.  1993.  Physiologically-directed molecular and biochemical approaches to plant improvement.  Trans. Malaysian Soc. Plant Physiol. 3:200-209.

66.       Klann E., Chetelat R., Bennett A.B.  1993.  Expression of acid invertase gene controls sugar composition in tomato fruit.  Plant Physiol 103:863-870.

65.       Chetelat R., Yelle S., DeVerna J., Klann, E., Bennett A.B.  1993.  Inheritance and genetic mapping of fruit sucrose accumulation in Lycopersicon chmielewskii.  Plant J. 4:643-650.

64.       Stotz H., Powell A., Damon S., Greve C., Bennett A.B., Labavitch J. 1993 Molecular characterization of a polygalacturonase inhibitor from 'Bartlett' pear fruit.  Plant Physiol 102:133-138.

63.       Lashbrook C.C., Bennett A.B.  1993.  Functional analysis of Cx-cellulase (endo-ß-1,4-glucanase) gene expression in transgenic tomato fruit.  In: Cellular and Molecular Aspects of the Plant Hormone Ethylene, JC Pech, A Latche, C. Balague (eds), Kliewer Acad. Pub., pp123-128.

62.       Wimmers L., Ewing N., Bennett A.B. 1992. Higher plant Ca2+-ATPase: Primary structure and regulation of mRNA abundance by salt.  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 89:9205-9209.

61.       Klann E., Yelle S., Bennett A.B. 1992. Tomato fruit acid invertase cDNA: Nucleotide and deduced amino acid sequences. Plant Physiol. 99:351-353.

60.       Osteryoung K.W., Sticher L., Jones R., Bennett A.B. 1992. Barley aleurone microsomal membranes: A system for analysis of cotranslational processing of plant endomembrane proteins. Plant Physiol. 99:378-382.

59.       Dong J.G., Kim W.T., Yip W.K., Thompson G.A., Li L., Bennett A.B., Yang S.F.  1991.  Cloning of a cDNA encoding 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylate synthase and expression of its mRNA in ripening apple fruit.  Planta 185:38-45.

58.       Bennett A.B., Klann E.M., Lashbrook C.C., Yelle S., Chetelat R.T., DeVerna J.W., Fischer R.L. 1992. Genetic and molecular genetic regulation of soluble and insoluble carbohydrate composition in tomato. In: Biotechnology and Nutrition, S-d Kung, D.D. Bills, (eds), Butterworths, pp 149-165.

57.       Giovannoni J.J., DellaPenna D., Bennett A.B., Fischer R.L.  1991.  Polygalacturonase and tomato fruit ripening. Hort. Rev. 13:67-103.

*56.      Fischer R.L., Bennett A.B.  1991.  Role of cell wall hydrolases in fruit ripening.  Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. & Plant Molec. Biol. 42:675-703.

55.       Yelle S., Chetelat R.T., DeVerna J.W., Dorais M., Bennett A.B.  1991.  Sink metabolism in tomato fruit. IV. Genetic and biochemical analysis of sucrose accumulation.  Plant Physiol. 95:1026-1035.

54.       Osteryoung K.W., Toenjes K., Hall B., Winkler V., Bennett A.B.  1990.  Analysis of tomato polygalacturonase expression in transgenic tobacco. Plant Cell 2:1239-1248.

53.       DellaPenna D., Lashbrook C., Toenjes K., Giovannoni J.J., Fischer R.L., Bennett A.B.  1990.  Polygalacturonase isozymes and pectin depolymerization in transgenic rin tomato fruit. Plant Physiol. 94:1882-1886.

52.       Ewing N.N., Wimmers L.E., Meyer D.J., Chetelat R.T., Bennett A.B.  1990.  Molecular cloning of tomato plasma membrane H+-ATPase. Plant Physiology 94:1874-1881.

51.       Reuveni M., Bennett A.B., Bressan R.A., Hasegawa P.M.  1990.  Enhanced H+ transport capacity and ATP hydrolysis activity of the tonoplast H+-ATPase after NaCl adaptation. Plant Physiol. 94:524-530.

50.       Bennett A.B., Osteryoung K.W.  1990.  Protein transport and targeting within the endomembrane system of plants.  In: D. Grierson (ed.), Plant Biotechnology, Vol. 1 Plant Genetic Engineering. Blackie and Sons Limited pp. 200-239.

49.       Wimmers L.E., Ewing N.N., Meyer D.J., Bennett A.B. 1990. Molecular biology of plant P-type ion-translocating ATPases. In: R. Leonard, P. Hepler (eds), Calcium in Plants, Amer. Soc. Plant Physiol. pp. 36-45.

48.       Giovannoni J.J., DellaPenna D., Lashbrook C., Bennett A.B., Fischer R.L.  1990. Expression of a chimeric polygalacturonase gene in transgenic rin (ripening inhibitor) tomato fruit.  In: A.B. Bennett, S.D. O'Neill (eds), Horticultural Biotechnology, Wiley-Liss, pp. 217-228.

47.       Bennett A.B.  1990. Summary: Ripening and Senescence. In: A.B. Bennett, S.D. O'Neill (eds), Horticultural Biotechnology, Wiley-Liss, pp. 213-215.

46.       Bennett A.B., O'Neill S.D. (eds)  1990. Horticultural Biotechnology, Wiley-Liss, New York, 387 pp.

45.       Bennett A.B., Borcherts K.  1990. A functional arginine residue in the vacuolar H+-ATPase of higher plants.  Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1023:119-123.

44.       Giovannoni J.J., DellaPenna D., Lashbrook C., Bennett A.B., Fischer R.L.  1989. Expression of a chimeric polygalacturonase gene in transgenic rin (ripening inhibitor) tomato fruit. In: C. Lamb, R. Beachy (eds), UCLA Symposium on Molecular and Cellular Biology, Vol. 129, Alan R. Liss.

43.       Bennett A.B., Ewing N, Wimmers L.E., Meyer D.  1989. Molecular analysis of cation-sensitive ion-translocating ATPases in tomato. In: J. Dainty, M.I. DeMichelis, E. Marre, F. Rasi-Caldogno (eds), Plant Membrane Transport: The Current Position, Elsevier, pp.449-454.

42.       Bennett A.B., DellaPenna D., Fischer R.L., Giovannoni J., Lincoln J.E.  1989.  Tomato fruit polygalacturonase:  Gene regulation and enzyme function.  In: Biotechnology and Food Quality, Shain dow Kung, D.D. Bills, R. Quatrano (eds), Butterworths, pp.167-180.

41.       Bennett A.B., DellaPenna D., Fischer R.L., Giovannoni J., Lincoln J.E.  1989.  Regulation, maturation and function of tomato fruit polygalacturonase.  In: Signals for Cell Separation in Plants, D. Osborne, M. Jackson (eds),  Springer-Verlag. pp. 11-20.

40.       DellaPenna D., Lincoln J., Fischer R.L., Bennett A.B.  1989.  Transcriptional analysis of polygalacturonase and other ripening induced genes in Rutgers, rin, nor and Nr tomato fruit.  Plant Physiol 90:1372-1377.

*39.      Giovannoni J., DellaPenna D., Bennett A.B., Fischer R.L.  1989.  Expression of a chimeric polygalacturonase gene in transgenic rin (ripening inhibitor) tomato fruit results in polyuronide degradation but not fruit softening.  Plant Cell 1:53-63.

38.       Bennett A.B., Leigh R., Spanswick R.M.  1988.  H+-ATPases from vacuolar membranes of higher plants.  Methods Enzymol.  157:579-590.

37.       Joyce D.C., Reid M.S., Bennett A.B.  1988.  Transport properties of the tomato fruit tonoplast.  III. Temperature dependence of calcium transport.  Plant Physiol.  88:1097-1103.

36.       Yelle S., Hewitt J.D., Robinson N.L., Damon S., Bennett A.B.  1988.  Sink metabolism in tomato fruit.  III. Analysis of carbohydrate assimilation in a wild species.  Plant Physiol.  87:737-740.

35.       Damon S., Hewitt J.D., Bennett A.B.  1988.  Sink metabolism in tomato fruit.  II. Phloem unloading and sugar uptake.  Plant Physiol. 87:731-736.

34.       Robinson N.L., Hewitt J.D., Bennett A.B.  1988.  Sink metabolism in tomato fruit.  I. Development changes in carbohydrate metabolizing enzymes.  Plant Physiol. 87:727-730.

33.       DellaPenna D., Bennett A.B.  1988.  In vitro synthesis and processing of tomato fruit polygalacturonase.  Plant Physiol 86:1057-1063.

32.       DellaPenna D., Bennett A.B.  1987.  Polygalacturonase gene expression in Rutgers, rin, nor and Nr tomato fruits.  Plant Physiol. 84:502-507.

31.       Oleski N.A., Mahdavi P., Bennett A.B.  1987.  Transport properties of the tomato fruit tonoplast.  II.  Citrate transport.  Plant Physiol. 84:993-996.

30.       Oleski N.A., Mahdavi P., Peiser G., Bennett A.B.  1987.  Transport properties of the tomato fruit tonoplast.  I.  Identification and characterization of an anion-sensitive H+-ATPase.  Plant Physiol. 84:993-996.

29.       Hewitt J.D., Blaker N.S., Damon S.E., Bennett A.B.  1987.  The UCD processing tomato breeding program.  Acta Horticulture 200:83-90.

28.       Bennett A.B., DellaPenna D.  1987.  Polygalacturonase:  Its importance and regulation in fruit ripening.  In: WW Thomson, EA Nothnagel, RH Huffaker, eds., Senescence:  Its Biochemistry and Physiology, Amer Soc Plant Physiol. pp 98-107.

27.       Bennett A.B., DellaPenna D.  1987.  Regulation of polygalacturonase gene expression during ripening.  In: D. Nevins, R. Jones, (eds.) Tomato Biotechnology, Alan R. Liss, pp 299-308.

26.       Bennett A.B., Oleski N.A., O'Neill S.D.  1987.  Primary hydrogen ion pumps of the pumps of the vacuolar and plasma membrane plasma membranes of higher plants.  In:  M. McNamee, S. Goheen. (eds.) Bio Rad Press, pp 353-363.

25.       Oleski N.A., Bennett A.B.  1987.  H+-ATPase activity from storage tissue of Beta vulgaris.  IV.  DCCD binding and inhibition of the plasma membrane H+-ATPase.  Plant Physiol. 83:569-572.

*24.      Bennett AB, Smith GM, Nichols B.  1987.  Regulation of climacteric respiration in ripening avocado fruit.  Plant Physiol. 83:973-976.

23.       Bennett AB  1986.  Biotechnology sets sights on improving tomato fruit quality.  Am Veg Grower, August, pp. 18-20.

*22.      DellaPenna D., Alexander D., Bennett A.B. 1986. Molecular cloning of tomato fruit polygalacturonase: Analysis of mRNA levels during ripening. Proc Nat Acad Sci USA 83:6420-6424.

21.       Bennett A.B., Christoffersen R.E.  1986.  Synthesis and processing of cellulase from ripening avocado fruit.  Plant Physiol. 81:830-835.

20.       Bennett A.B., Damon S., Osteryoung K., Hewitt J.  1986.  Mechanism of retrieval and metabolism following phloem unloading.  In: J. Cronshaw, W. Lucas, R. Giaquinta, Alan R. Liss, Inc. Eds. Phloem Transport pp. 307-316.

19.       DellaPenna D., Christoffersen R.E., Bennett AB  1985.  Biotinylated proteins as molecular weight markers on western blots.  Anal. Biochem. 152:329-332.

18.       Pesacreta T., Bennett A.B., Lucas W.J.  1985.  Spectophotometric and cytochemical analysis of phosphate ester hydrolysis activity in Beta vulgaris L.  J. Histochem. Cytochem.  34:327-338.

17.       Bennett A.B., O'Neill S.D., Eilmann M.E., Spanswick R.M.  1985.  H+-ATPase activity from storage tissue of Beta vulgaris.  III. Modulation of plasma membrane and tonoplast ATPase activity by reaction substrates and products.  Plant Physiol. 78:495-499.

16.       Bennett A.B.  1985.  Anion-sensitive H+-ATPase from higher plant cells:  The role of chloride in stimulating proton transport.  P. 175-183.  In: B.P. Marin (ed.).  Biochemistry and Function of Vacuolar ATPase in Fungi and Plants.  Spring-Verlag, Berlin.

15.       Bennett A.B., Spanswick R.M.  1985.  The use of optical probes to monitor the formation of pH gradients and membrane potential in tonoplast membrane vesicles.  P. 119-128.  In: B.P. Marin (eds.).  Biochemistry and Function of Vacuolar ATPase in Fungi and Plants.  Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

14.       Spanswick R.M., O'Neill S.D., Bennett A.B.  1984.  Plasma membrane and tonoplast ATPases:  Characteristics, H+ transport, and reconstitution.  P. 519-524.  In: W.J. Cram, K. Janacek, R. Rybova and K. Sigler (eds.).  Membrane Transport in Plants, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Prague.

13.       Hsu F.C., Bennett A.B, Spanswick R.M.  1984.  Concentrations of sucrose and nitrogenous compounds in the free space of developing soybean seedcoats and embryos.  Plant Physiol. 75:181-186.

12.       Bennett A.B., Sweger B.L., Spanswick R.W.  1984.  Sink to source translocation in soybeans.  Plant Physiol. 74:434-436.

11.       Bennett A.B., Spanswick R.M.  1984.  H+-ATPase activity from storage tissue of Beta vulgaris.  II.  H+/ATP stoichiometry of an anion-sensitive H+-ATPase.  Plant Physiol. 74:545-548.

*10.      Bennett A.B., O'Neill S.D., Spanswick R.M.  1984.  H+-ATPase activity from storage tissue of Beta vulgaris.  I. Identification and characterization of an anion-sensitive H+-ATPase.  Plant Physiol 74:538-544.

9.         Spanswick R.W., Bennett A.B.  1983.  Electrogenic ion transport in higher plants.  P. 331-344.  In: M.P. Blaustein and M. Lieberman (eds.).  Electrogenic Transport: Fundamental Principles and Physiological Implications.  Raven Press, New York.

8.         O'Neill S.D., Bennett A.B., Spanswick R.M.  1983.  Characterization of a NO3--sensitive H+-ATPase from corn roots.  Plant Physiol. 72:837-846.

7.         Bennett A.B., Spanswick R.M.  1983.  Derepression of amino acid/H+ cotransport in developing soybean embryos.  Plant Physiol 72:781-786.

6.         Bennett A.B., Spanswick R.M.  1983.  Solubilization and reconstitution of an anion-sensitive H+-ATPase from corn roots.  J. Membrane Biol. 75:21-31.

*5.        Bennett A.B., Spanswick R.M.  1983.  Optical measurements of *pH and **  in corn root membrane vesicles.  Kinetic analysis of Cl- effects on a proton-translocating ATPase.  J. Membrane Biol. 71:95-107.

4.         Williams S.E., Bennett A.B.  1982.  Venus' flytrap closure:  An acid growth response.  Science 218:1120-1122.

3.         DuPont F.M., Bennett A.B., Spanswick R.M.  1982.  Localization of a proton-translocating ATPase on sucrose gradients.  Plant Physiol. 70:1115-1119.

2.         DuPont F.M., Bennett A.B., Spanswick R.M.  1982.  Proton transport in microsomal vesicles from corn roots.  In: Plasmalemma and Tonoplast: Their Functions in the Plant Cell.  Eds. D. Marme, R. Hertel, pp. 409-416.  Elsevier Biomedical Press, Amsterdam.

1.         Bennett A.B.  1982.  Characterization, solubilization, and reconstitution of an electrogenic, anion-sensitive H+-ATPase from corn roots.  Ph.D. thesis, Cornell University.