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Books (edited volumes)

  1. 1.Hanson, D. T and S. K. Rice (Eds.) 2014. Photosynthesis in Bryophytes and Early Land Plants. Vol. 37 in Advances in Photosynthesis and Respiration, Govindjee and Sharkey (Ser. Eds.). Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. pp 342. ISBN 978-94-007-6987-8.

Book Chapters

  1. 2.Hanson, D.T. and S. K. Rice. 2014. What can we learn from bryophyte photosynthesis? In Photosynthesis of Bryophytes and Early Land Plants. Hanson and Rice (eds.) Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. pp 1-8. ISBN 978-94-007-6987-8.

  2. 3.Hanson, D.T., K. Renzaglia, and J. C. Villareal. 2014. Diffusion limitation and CO2 concentrating mechanisms in bryophytes. In Photosynthesis of Bryophytes and Early Land Plants. Hanson and Rice (eds.) Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. pp 1-8. ISBN 978-94-007-6987-8.

  3. 4.Rice, S. K., D. T. Hanson, and Z. Portman. 2014. Structural and functional analysis of bryophyte canopies. In Photosynthesis of Bryophytes and Early Land Plants. Hanson and Rice (eds.) Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. pp 1-8. ISBN 978-94-007-6987-8.

  4. 5.Rice, S. K. and D. T. Hanson. 2014. Opportunities in bryophyte photosynthesis research. In Photosynthesis of Bryophytes and Early Land Plants. Hanson and Rice (eds.) Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. pp 1-8. ISBN 978-94-007-6987-8.

  5. 6.Graham, L. E, R. G. Kodner, M. M. Fisher, J. M. Graham, L. E. Wilcox, J. M. Hackney, J. Obst, P. S. Bilkey, D. T. Hanson, and M. E. Cook. 2004. Early land plant adaptations to terrestrial stress: A focus on phenolics. In The Evolution of Plant Physiology.  From whole plants to ecosystems. Hemsley and Poole (eds). Linnean Society Symposium Series. Elsevier Academic Press, London, San Diego. pp 155-169. ISBN 0-12-339552-6

Invited Reviews and Commentaries (peer reviewed):

7.Hanson D.T. 2016. Breaking the rules of Rubisco catalysis. Journal of Experimental Botany 67(11), 3180–3182.

8.Hanson, D. T., S. S. Stutz, and J. Boyer. 2016. Why small fluxes matter: the case and approaches for improving measurements of photosynthesis and (photo)respiration. Journal of Experimental Botany 67 (10):3027-3039.

9.Hagemann, M., Kern, R., Maurino, V. G., Hanson, D. T., Weber, A. P. M., Sage, R. F., & Bauwe, H. 2016. Evolution of photorespiration from cyanobacteria to land plants, considering protein phylogenies and acquisition of carbon concentrating mechanisms. Journal of Experimental Botany, 67(10):2963-2976

10.Fernie, A., H. Bauwe, M. Eisenhut, A. Florian, D. T. Hanson, M. Hagemann, O. Keech, M. Mielewczik, Z. Nikoloski, C. Peterhänsel, S. Roje, R. Sage, S. Timm, S. von Caemmerer, A. Weber, and P. Westhoff. 2013. Perspectives on plant photorespiratory metabolism. Plant Biology, 15(4):748-53.

11.Peterhänsel, C., K. Krause, H. Braun, G. Espie, A. Fernie, D. T. Hanson, O. Keech,V. Maurino, M. Mielewczik, and R. Sage. 2013. Engineering photorespiration: Current state and future possibilities. Plant Biology, 15(4):754-58.

12.Graham, L.E., M. E. Cook, D.T. Hanson, K. Pigg and J. M. Graham. 2010b. Rolled liverwort mats explain major Prototaxites features: Response to commentaries. American Journal of Botany, 97:1079-1086.

13.Barbour, M. M. and D. T. Hanson. 2009. Commentary: Stable carbon isotopes reveal dynamics of respiratory metabolism.  New Phytologist, 181:243-245.

14.McDowell, N., D. Baldocchi, M. Barbour, C. Bickford, M. Cuntz, D. Hanson, A. Knohl, H. Powers, T. Rahn, J. Randerson, B. Riley, C. Still, K. Tu, and A. Walcroft. 2008. Measuring and modeling the stable isotope composition of biosphere-atmosphere CO2 exchange:  where are we and where are we going? EOS, 89(10):94-95.

Original Research (peer reviewed):

15.Drake B.L.*, D.T. Hanson, T. K. Lowrey, Z. D. Sharp. 2016. The carbon fertilization effect over a century of anthropogenic CO2 emissions: higher intracellular CO2 and more drought resistance among invasive and native grass species contrasts with increased water use efficiency for woody plants in the US Southwest. Global Change Biology, Online Early, *worked as a graduate student with me

16.Weise S. E., D. J. Carr, A. M. Bourke, D. T. Hanson, and T. D. Sharkey. 2015. The arc mutants of Arabidopsis with fewer large chloroplasts have a lower mesophyll conductance. Photosynthesis Research, 124(1):117-126.

17.Medeiros J. S., A. Begay, D. T. Hanson, B. Logan and W. T. Pockman. 2015. Photoprotective response to chilling differs among high and low latitude Larrea divaricata grown in a common garden. Journal of Arid Environments, 120:51-54.

18.Hanson D. T., A. M. Collins, H. D. T. Jones, J. Roesgen, S. Lopez-Nieves, and J. A. Timlin. 2014. On-line stable isotope gas exchange reveals an inducible but leaky carbon concentrating mechanism in Nannochloropsis salina. Photosynthesis Research 121(2-3):311-22.

19.Hanson D. T., L. Green, and W. Pockman. 2013. Spatio-temporal decoupling of stomatal and mesophyll conductance induced by vein cutting in leaves of Helianthus annuus. Frontiers in Plant Biophysics and Modeling, 4:365 DOI=10.3389/fpls.2013.00365

20.McCue, M. D., J. A. Amaya*, A. S. Yang, E. B. Erhardt, B. O. Wolf, and D. T. Hanson. 2013. Targeted 13C enrichment of lipid and protein pools in the body reveals circadian changes in oxidative fuel mixture during prolonged fasting: A case study using Japanese quail. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology B, 166(4):546-54.

        *visiting undergraduate student

21.Easlon H. M., K. S. Nemali, J. H. Richards, D. T. Hanson, T. E. Juenger, and J. K. McKay. 2013. The physiological basis for genetic variation in water use efficiency in and carbon isotope composition in Arabidopsis thaliana. Photosynthesis Research, 119:119-29.

22.James, S.C. V. Janardhanam*, and D.T. Hanson. 2013. Simulating pH Effects in an algae-growth hydrodynamics model.  Journal of Phycology, 49(3):608-615.

        *worked with me as a graduate student

23.Gallé A., S. Lautner, J. Flexas, M, Ribas-Carbo, D. T. Hanson, J. Roesgen, and J. Fromm. 2013. Photosynthetic responses of soybean (Glycine max L.) to heat-induced electrical signaling are predominantly governed by modifications of mesophyll conductance for CO2. Plant, Cell & Environment, 36(3): 542-552.

24.Drake B.L.*, D.T. Hanson, and J. Boone. 2012. The use of radiocarbon-derived Δ13C values as a paleoclimate indicator: Applications in the Lower Alentejo of Portugal. Journal of Archaeological Science, 39:2888-2896.

        *worked with me as a graduate student

25.DeLong, J. P. and D.T. Hanson. 2011. Warming alters density dependence, energetic fluxes, and population size in a model alga. Ecological Complexity, 8(4):320-325.

26.Heckwolf, M., D. Pater*, D.T. Hanson, and R. Kaldenhoff. 2011. The Arabidopsis thaliana aquaporin AtPIP1;2 is a physiologically relevant CO2 transport facilitator. Plant Journal, 67(5):795-804. *Undergraduate research, Faculty of 1000 rating of 6.0, recommended

27.Bickford, C.P., D.T. Hanson, and N.G. McDowell. 2010. Influence of diurnal variation in mesophyll conductance on modeled 13C discrimination: results from a field study. Journal of Experimental Botany, 61(12):3223-3233.

        *journal cover article

28.Graham, L.E., M. E. Cook, D.T. Hanson, K. Pigg and J. M. Graham. 2010a. Structural, physiological, and stable carbon isotopic evidence that the enigmatic Paleozoic fossil Prototaxites formed from rolled liverwort mats. American Journal of Botany, 97(2):268-275.

        *journal cover article

29.Powers, H. H., J. Hunt, D.T. Hanson, and N.G. McDowell. 2010. A dynamic soil chamber system coupled with a tunable diode laser for online measurements of 13C, 18O, and efflux rate of soil respired CO2. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, 24:243-253.

30.DeLong, J. P. and D. T. Hanson. 2009. Metabolic rate links density to demography in Tetrahymena pyriforms. The International Society of Microbial Ecology (ISME) Journal, 1:1-6.

31.Bickford, C. P., N. G. McDowell, E.B. Erhardt*, and D. T. Hanson. 2009. High frequency field measurements of diurnal carbon isotope discrimination and internal conductance in a semi-arid species, Juniperus monosperma.  Plant Cell and Environment, 32(7):796-810.

        *worked with me as a graduate student

32.DeLong, J. P. and D. T. Hanson. 2009. Density-dependent individual and population-level metabolic rates in a suite of single-celled eukaryotes.  The Open Biology Journal, 2:32-37.

33.Rice, S., L. Aclander, and D.T. Hanson. 2008. Do bryophyte shoot systems function like vascular plant leaves or canopies? Functional trait relationships in Sphagnum mosses (Sphagnaceae). American Journal of Botany, 95(11):1366-1374.

34.Uehlein, N., B. Otto, D.T. Hanson, M. Fischer, N.G. McDowell, and R. Kaldenhoff. 2008. Function of Nicotiana tabacum aquaporins as chloroplast gas pores challenges the concept of membrane CO2 permeability. Plant Cell, 20:648-657.

        *highlighted with an “In Brief” article written by the journal editor for that issue.

        *rated “Must Read 6.0” by the Faculty of 1000

35.Barbour, M.M., G.D. Farquhar, D.T. Hanson, C.P. Bickford, H. Powers, and N.G. McDowell. 2007a. A new measurement technique reveals temporal variation in 18O of leaf-respired CO2. Plant, Cell and Environment, 30:456-468.

        *journal co-cover article (with following article)

36.Barbour M.M., G. Tcherkez , C.P. Bickford, N.G. McDowell, and D.T. Hanson. 2007b. A new measurement technique reveals rapid post-illumination changes in the carbon isotope composition of leaf-respired CO2. Plant, Cell, and Environment, 30:469-482.

        *journal co-cover article (with preceding article)

37.Flexas. J.*, M. Ribas-Carbó*, D. T. Hanson*, J. Bota, B. Otto, J. Cifre, H. Medrano, N. McDowell, and R. Kaldenhoff. 2006. Tobacco aquaporin NtAQP1 is involved in mesophyll conductance to CO2 in vivo. The Plant Journal, 48:427-439.

        *Manuscript notes that the first three authors contributed equally to this work.

38.Hanson, D. T., L. Franklin, G. Samuelsson, and M. R. Badger. 2003. The Chlamydomonas reinhardtii cia3 mutant lacking a thylakoid lumen-localized carbonic anhydrase is limited by CO2 utilization by Rubisco and not PSII function in vivo. Plant Physiology, 132: 2267-2275.

39.Hanson, D. T., T. J. Andrews, and M. R. Badger. 2002. Variability of the pyrenoid-based CO2-concentrating mechanism in hornworts (Anthocerotophyta). Functional Plant Biology, 29(2):407-416.

40.Badger, M. R., D. T. Hanson, and G. D. Price. 2002. Evolution and diversity of CCMs in cyanobacteria. Functional Plant Biology, 29(2):161-173.

41.Hanson, D. T. and T. D. Sharkey. 2001a. Rate of acclimation of the capacity for isoprene emission in response to light and temperature. Plant, Cell and Environment, 24(9):929-936.

42.Hanson, D. T. and T. D. Sharkey. 2001b. Effect of growth conditions isoprene emission and other thermotolerance-enhancing compounds. Plant, Cell and Environment, 24(9):937-946.

43.Laporte M. M., J. A. Galagan, A. L. Prasch, P. J. Vanderveer, D. T. Hanson, C. K. Shewmaker and T. D. Sharkey. 2001. Promoter strength and tissue specificity effects on growth of tomato plants transformed with maize sucrose-phosphate synthase. Planta, 212: 817-822.

44.Hanson, D. T., L. Graham, S. Swanson, and T. D. Sharkey. 1999. The evolutionary significance of isoprene emission in bryophytes. American Journal of Botany, 86 (5):634-639.