Gregory J. Taylor

Research Publications

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Manuscripts Submitted to Refereed Journals:

  1. Pintro, J.C., and Taylor, G.J., 2002.  The effects of aluminum toxicity on wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) plants cultivated under conditions of varying ionic strength.  Plant Soil (submitted).

  2. Pinheiro de Carvalho, M.┬.A., Slaski, J.J., dos Santos, T.M.M., Gananša, F.T.,  Abreu, I., Taylor, G.J., Clemente Vieira, M.R., Popova, T.N., and Franco, E., 2002.  Identification of aluminium resistant genotypes among Madeiran regional wheats.  J. Plant Nutr. (submitted).

Papers Published in Refereed Journals:

  1. Hamilton, C.A., Taylor, G.J., and Good, A.G., 2001. Vacuolar H+-ATPase, but not mitochondrial F1F0-ATPase, is required for NaCl tolerance in Saccharomyces cerevisae. FEMS Letters 208: 227-232.

  2. Hamilton, C.A., Taylor, G.J., and Good, A.G., 2001. Vacuolar H+-ATPase, but not mitochondrial F1F0-ATPase, is required for aluminum tolerance in Saccharomyces cerevisae. FEMS Letters 205: 231-236.

  3. Basu, U., Good, A,G., and Taylor, G.J., 2001.  Transgenic Brassica napus plants over-expressing a mitochondrial manganese superoxide dismutase cDNA are resistant to Al.  Plant Cell Environ. 24: 1269-1278. 

  4. Harris, N., and Taylor, G.J., 2001.  Remobilization of cadmium in maturing shoots of near isogenic lines of durum wheat that differ in grain cadmium accumulation. J. Exp. Bot. 52: 1473-1481.

  5. Hamilton, C.A., Good, A.G., and Taylor, G.J., 2001.  Induction of vacuolar ATPase and ATP synthase by aluminum in an aluminum resistant cultivar of Triticum aestivum L. Plant Physiol. 125: 2068-2077.

  6. Archambault, D.J., Marentes, E., Buckley, W., and Taylor, G.J., 2001.  A rapid, seedling-based bioassay for identifying low cadmium-accumulating individuals of Durum wheat (Triticum turgidum L.).  Euphytica 117: 175-182.

  7. Taylor, G.J., Stephens, J.L., Hunter, D.B., Bertsch, P.M., Elmore, D., Rengel, Z., and Reid, R., 2000. Direct measurement of aluminum uptake and distribution in single cells of Chara corallina. Plant Physiol. 123: 987-996.

  8. Basu, U., Good, A.G., Taing-Aung, Slaski, J.J., Basu, A., Briggs, K.G., and Taylor, G.J., 1999.  A 23 kD, aluminum-binding, root exudate polypeptide co-segregates with the aluminum-resistant phenotype in Triticum aestivum. Physiol. Plant. 106: 53-61.

  9. Layzell, D.B., Brisson, N., Devine, M.D., Moloney, M.M., Taylor, G.J., Timmer, V., Yada, R.Y., and Wood, K., 1998. Plant Biology and Food Science in Canada: A vision for the future.  Can. J. Bot. 76: 355-364.

  10. Taylor, G.J., Blamey, F.P.C., and Edwards, D.G., 1998.  Antagonistic and synergistic interactions between aluminum and manganese on growth of Vigna unguiculata at low ionic strength.  Physiol. Plant. 104: 183-194.

  11. Archambault, D., Zhang, G., and Taylor, G.J. 1997.  Spatial variation in the kinetics of aluminum (Al) uptake in root segments of wheat (Triticum aestivum) exhibiting differential resistance to Al.  Further evidence for metabolism-dependent exclusion of Al. J. Plant Physiol. 151: 668-674.

  12. Basu, U., McDonald-Stephens, J.L., Archambault, D.J., Good, A.G., Briggs, K.G., Taing-Aung, and Taylor. G.J., 1997.  Genetic and physiological analysis of doubled-haploid, aluminum-resistant lines of wheat provide evidence for the involvement of a 23 kD, root exudate polypeptide in mediating resistance. Plant Soil 196: 283-288.

  13. Taylor, G.J., Basu, A., Basu, U., Slaski, J.J., Zhang, G., and Good, A., 1997. Aluminum-induced, 51kD, membrane-bound proteins are associated with resistance to aluminum in a segregating population of Triticum aestivum L. Plant Physiol. 114: 363-372.

  14. Zhang, G., Slaski, J.J., Archambault, D.J., and Taylor, G.J., 1997.  Alteration of plasma membrane lipids in aluminum-resistant and aluminum-sensitive wheat genotypes in response to aluminum stress. Physiol. Plant. 99: 302-308.

  15. Blair, L.M, and Taylor, G.J., 1996. The nature of interaction between aluminum and manganese on growth and metal accumulation in Triticum aestivum. Environ. Exp. Bot. 35: 25-37.

  16. Archambault, D., Zhang, G., and Taylor, G.J. 1996.  Accumulation of aluminum in root mucilage of an aluminum-resistant and an aluminum-sensitive cultivar of wheat (Triticum aestivum).  Plant Physiol. 112: 1471-1478.

  17. Slaski, J.J., Zhang, G., Basu, U., Stephens, J.L., and Taylor, G.J., 1996.  Aluminum resistance in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) is associated with rapid, Al-induced changes in activities of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase and 6-phosphogluconate dehydrogenase in root apices. Physiol. Plant. 98: 477-484.

  18. Archambault, D., Zhang, G., and Taylor, G.J., 1996.  A comparison of the kinetics of aluminum (Al) uptake and distribution in roots of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) using different aluminum sources.  A revision of the operational definition of symplastic Al. Physiol. Plant. 98: 578-586.

  19. Owuoche, J.O., Briggs, K.G., and Taylor, G.J., 1996.  The efficiency of copper use by 5A/5RL wheat-rye translocated lines of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars. Plant Soil. 180: 113-120.

  20. Zhang, G., Slaski, J.J., Archambault, D.J., and Taylor, G.J., 1995.  Aluminum-induced alterations in lipid composition of microsomal membranes from an aluminum-resistant and aluminum-sensitive cultivar of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Physiol. Plant. 96: 683-691.

  21. Zhang, G., Archambault, D.J., and Taylor, G.J., 1995.  Effects of protein synthesis inhibitors on uptake of aluminum in aluminum-resistant and aluminum-sensitive cultivars of wheat. J. Plant Physiol. 147: 457-463.

  22. Owuoche, J.O., Briggs, K.G., Taylor, G.J. and Penney, D.C., 1995.  Response of eight Canadian spring wheat (T. aestivum L.) cultivars to copper II.  Copper content in the leaves and grains. Can. J. Plant Sci. 75: 405-411.

  23. Taylor, G.J., 1995. Overcoming barriers to understanding the cellular basis of aluminum resistance. Plant Soil 171: 89-103.

  24. Stadt, K.J., Taylor, G.J., and Dale, M.R.T., 1994.  Measuring the effect of an abiotic stress on competition. Oecologia 100: 221-228.

  25. Basu, U., Basu, A., and Taylor, G.J., 1994. Differential exudation of polypeptides by roots of aluminum-resistant and aluminum-sensitive cultivars of Triticum aestivum L. in response to aluminum stress.  Plant Physiol. 106:151-158.

  26. Zhang, G., Hoddinott, J., and Taylor, G.J., 1994.  Characterization of 1,3-b-glucan (callose) synthesis in roots of Triticum aestivum in response to aluminum toxicity.  J. Plant Physiol. 144: 229-234.

  27. Basu, U., Godbold, D., and Taylor, G.J., 1994.  Aluminum resistance in Triticum aestivum is associated with enhanced exudation of malate.  J. Plant Physiol. 144: 747-753.

  28. McDonald-Stephens, J.L., and Taylor, G.J. 1994.  Kinetics of aluminum uptake by cell suspensions of Phaseolus vulgaris L.  J. Plant Physiol. 145: 327-334.

  29. Taylor, G.J., and Macfie, S.M., 1994. Modelling the potential for boron-amelioration of aluminum toxicity using the Weibull frequency distribution.  Can J. Bot. 72: 1187-1196.

  30. Schreiner, K.A., Hoddinott, J., Taylor, G.J., 1994.  Aluminum-induced deposition of (1,3)-b-glucans (callose) in Triticum aestivum L. Plant Soil 273-280.

  31. Basu, A., Basu, U., and Taylor, G.J., 1994.  Induction of microsomal membrane proteins in roots of an aluminum-resistant cultivar of Triticum aestivum L. under conditions of aluminum stress.  Plant Physiol. 104: 1007-1013.

  32. Owuoche, J.O., Briggs, K.G., Taylor, G.J. and Penney, D.C., 1994.  Response of eight Canadian spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars to copper.  Pollen viability, grain yield plant-1 and yield components. Can. J. Plant Sci. 74: 25-30.

  33. Macfie, S.M., Cossins, E.A., and Taylor, G.J., 1994. Effects of excess manganese on production of organic acids in Mn-tolerant and Mn-sensitive cultivars of Triticum aestivum L. (wheat). J. Plant Physiol. 142/3: 135-144.

  34. Reed, H., Sammons, D.J., Smail, V.W., and Taylor, G.J., 1992. Characterization of soft red winter wheat cultivars for sensitivity to chlorate-induced toxicity.  J. Plant Nutr. 15: 2621-2637.

  35. Macfie, S.M., and Taylor, G.J., 1992.  The effects of excess manganese on photosynthetic rate and concentration of chlorophyll in Triticum aestivum grown in solution culture.  Physiol. Plant. 85: 467-475.

  36. Cumming, J.R., Buckelew-Cumming, A., and Taylor, G.J., 1992. Patterns of root respiration associated with induction of aluminum tolerance in Phaseolus vulgaris L.  J. Exp. Bot. 43: 1075-1081.

  37. Taylor, G.J., Stadt, K.J., and Dale, M.R.T., 1992. Modelling the interactive effects of aluminum, cadmium, manganese, nickel and zinc stress using the Weibull frequency distribution.  Environ. Exp. Bot. 32: 281-293.

  38. Stadt, K.J., Taylor, G.J., and Dale, M.R.T., 1992. Control of relative growth rate by application of the relative addition rate technique to a traditional solution culture system.  Plant and Soil 142: 113-122.

  39. Moroni, J.S., Briggs, K.G., and Taylor, G.J., 1991. Pedigree analysis of the origin of manganese tolerance in Canadian spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars.  Euphytica 56: 107-120.

  40. Zhang, G., and Taylor, G.J., 1991. Effects of biological inhibitors on the kinetics of aluminum uptake by excised roots and purified cell wall material of aluminum-tolerant and aluminum-sensitive cultivars of  Triticum aestivum L. J. Plant Physiol. 138: 533-539.

  41. Moroni, J.S., Briggs, K.G., and Taylor, G.J., 1991. Chlorophyll content and leaf elongation rate in wheat seedlings as a measure of manganese tolerance.  Plant and Soil 136: 1-9.

  42. Scott, R., Hoddinott, J., Taylor, G.J., and Briggs, K.G., 1991. The influence of aluminum on growth, carbohydrate and organic acid content of an Al-tolerant and an Al-sensitive cultivar of wheat. Can. J. Bot. 69: 711-716.

  43. Taylor, G.J., Stadt, K.J., and Dale, M.R.T., 1990. Modelling the phytotoxicity of aluminum, cadmium, copper, manganese, nickel, and zinc using the Weibull frequency distribution. Can. J. Bot. 69: 359-367.

  44. Zhang, G., and Taylor, G.J., 1990. Kinetics of aluminum uptake in Triticum aestivum L. Identity of the linear phase of aluminum uptake by excised roots of aluminum-tolerant and aluminum-sensitive cultivars. Plant Physiol. 94: 577-584.

  45. Taylor, G.J., and Stadt, K.J., 1990. Interactive effects of cadmium, copper, manganese, nickel, and zinc on root growth of wheat (Triticum aestivum) in solution culture. In van Beusichem, M.L. (ed.). Plant Nutrition - Physiology and Applications. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.  pp. 317-322.

  46. Foy, C.D., Lee, E.H., Coradetti, C.A., and Taylor, G.J., 1990. Organic acids related to differential aluminum tolerance in wheat cultivars. In van Beusichem, M.L. (ed.). Plant Nutrition - Physiology and Applications. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. pp. 381-389. 

  47. Macfie, S.M., and Taylor, G.J., 1989. The effects of pH and ammonium on the distribution of manganese in Triticum aestivum L. grown in solution culture. Can. J. Bot. 67: 3394-3400.

  48. Zhang, G., and Taylor, G.J., 1989. Kinetics of aluminum uptake by excised roots of aluminum-tolerant and aluminum-sensitive cultivars of Triticum aestivum L. Plant Physiol. 91: 1094-1099.

  49. Taylor, G.J., 1989. Maximum potential growth rate and allocation of respiratory energy as related to stress tolerance in plants. Plant Physiol. Biochem. 27: 605-611.

  50. Taylor, G.J., 1989. Multiple metal stress in Triticum aestivum L. Differentiation between additive, antagonistic, and synergistic effects. Can. J. Bot. 67: 2272-2276.

  51. Macfie, S.M., Taylor, G.J., Briggs, K.G., and Hoddinott, J., 1989. Differential tolerance to manganese among cultivars of Triticum aestivum L. Can. J. Bot. 67: 1305-1308.

  52. Briggs, K.G., Taylor, G.J., Sturges, I., and Hoddinott, J., 1989. Differential tolerance of high-yielding, early maturing Canadian wheat cultivars and germplasm. Can. J. Plant Sci. 69: 61-69.

  53. Taylor, G.J., 1988. The physiology of aluminum tolerance in plants. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 19: 1179-1194.

  54. Taylor, G.J., 1988. Mechanisms of aluminum tolerance in Triticum aestivum L. (wheat). V. Nitrogen nutrition, plant-induced pH, and tolerance to aluminum; correlation without causality? Can. J. Bot. 66: 694-699.

  55. Zhang, G., and Taylor, G.J., 1988. Effect of aluminum on growth and distribution of aluminum in tolerant and sensitive cultivars of Triticum aestivum L. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 17: 1195-1205.

  56. Taylor, G.J., 1988. Aluminum tolerance is independent of rhizosphere pH in Triticum aestivum L. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 19: 1217-1227.

  57. Taylor, G.J., 1987. Exclusion of metals from the symplasm: a possible mechanism of metal tolerance in higher plants. J. Plant Nutr. 10: 1213-1222.

  58. Taylor, G.J., and Foy, C.D., 1985. Mechanisms of aluminum tolerance in Triticum aestivum L. (wheat) I. Differential pH induced by winter cultivars in nutrient solutions. Amer. J. Bot. 72: 695-701.

  59. Taylor, G.J., and Foy, C.D., 1985. Mechanisms of aluminum tolerance in Triticum aestivum L. (wheat) II. Differential pH induced by spring cultivars in nutrient solutions. Amer. J. Bot. 72: 702-706.

  60. Taylor, G.J., and Foy, C.D., 1985. Mechanisms of aluminum tolerance in Triticum aestivum L. (wheat) III. Long-term pH changes induced in nutrient solutions by winter cultivars differing in tolerance to aluminum. J. Plant Nutr. 8: 613-628.

  61. Taylor, G.J., and Foy, C.D., 1985. Mechanisms of aluminum tolerance in Triticum aestivum L. (wheat). IV. The role of ammonium and nitrate nutrition. Can. J. Bot. 63: 2181-2186.

  62. Taylor, G.J., and Foy, C.D., 1985. Effects of aluminum on the growth and element composition of 20 cultivars of Triticum aestivum L. (wheat) grown in solution culture. J. Plant Nutr. 8: 811-824.

  63. Taylor, G.J., and Foy, C.D., 1985. Differential uptake and toxicity of ionic and chelated copper in Triticum aestivum. Can. J. Bot. 63: 1271-1275.

  64. Crowder, A.A., and Taylor, G.J., 1984. Characteristics of sites occupied by wild lily-of-the-valley, Maianthemum canadense, on Hill Island, Ontario. Can. Field Nat. 98: 151-158.

  65. Taylor, G.J., and Crowder, A.A., 1984. Copper and nickel tolerance in Typha latifolia clones from contaminated and uncontaminated environments. Can. J. Bot. 62: 1304-1308.

  66. Taylor G.J., Crowder, A.A., and Rodden, R., 1984. Formation and morphology of an iron plaque on the roots of Typha latifolia L. grown in solution culture. Amer. J. Bot. 71: 666-675.

  67. Taylor, G.J., and A Crowder, A.A., 1983. Uptake and accumulation of copper, nickel, and iron by Typha latifolia grown in solution culture. Can J. Bot. 61: 1825-1830.

  68. Taylor, G.J., and Crowder, A.A., 1983. Uptake and accumulation of heavy metals by Typha latifolia in wetlands of the Sudbury, Ontario region. Can. J. Bot. 61: 63-73.

  69. Taylor, G.J., and Crowder, A.A., 1983. Accumulation of atmospherically deposited metals in wetland soils of Sudbury, Ontario. Water Air Soil Pollut. 19: 29-42.

  70. Taylor, G.J., and Crowder, A.A., 1983. Use of the DCB technique for extraction of hydrous iron oxides from roots of wetland plants. Amer. J. Bot. 70: 1254-1257.

Invited Review Chapters:

  1. Taylor, G.J., Briggs, A.G., Good, A.G., and Hoddinott, J., 1997.  Development and use of genetic tools for investigating aluminum resistance in Triticum aestivum.  In Crop productivity and sustainability.  Proceedings of the 2nd International Crop Science Congress. Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi. pp 485-499.

  2. Taylor, G.J., 1995. Overcoming barriers to understanding the cellular basis of aluminum resistance. Proc. Symp. Plant-Soil Interactions Low pH.  In Date, R.A., Grundon, N.J., Rayment, G.E., and Probert M.E., (eds.). Plant-Soil interactions at Low pH: Principles and Management. Kluwer Academic, pp 255-269.

  3. Briggs, K.G., and Taylor, G.J., 1994.  Success in wheat improvement for poor soils: experiences with the aluminum tolerance system in NW Canada.  Proc. Internat. Workshop on Adaptation of Plants to Soil Stresses, Aug. 1-4, 1993, Lincoln, Nebraska.   INTSORMIL Pub. # 94-2.  pp. 269-294.

  4. Briggs, K.G., Taylor, G.J., and Moroni, J.S., 1992. Optimizing techniques for selecting acid soil tolerant wheats.  Case studies with aluminum and manganese tolerance.  Seventh Reg. Wheat Workshop for Eastern, Central and Southern Africa, pp. 37-48.

  5. Taylor, G.J., 1991.  Current views of the aluminum stress response; the physiological basis of tolerance.  Curr. Top. Plant Biochem. Physiol. 10: 57-93.

  6. Cumming, J.R. and Taylor, G.J., 1990. Mechanisms of metal tolerance in plants: physiological adaptations for exclusion of metal ions from the cytoplasm. In Alscher, R., and Cumming (eds.). Stress responses in plants: adaptation and acclimation mechanisms. Wiley-Liss., Inc., New York. pp. 329-356.

  7. Taylor, G.J., 1989. Aluminum toxicity and tolerance in plants. In Adriano, D.C., and Johnson, A.H. (eds.). Acidic precipitation. Volume 2: Biological and Ecological Effects. pp. 327-361.

  8. Taylor, G.J., 1988. The physiology of aluminum phytotoxicity. In Sigel, H. (ed.). Metal Ions in Biological Systems. Volume 24. Aluminum and its role in biology. Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York. pp. 123-163.

  9. Taylor, G.J., 1988. The physiology of aluminum tolerance. In Sigel, H. (ed.). Metal Ions in Biological Systems. Volume 24. Aluminum and its role in biology. Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York. pp. 165-198.

 

Papers Published in Conference Proceedings:

  1. Basu, U., McDonald-Stephens, J.L., Archambault, D.J., Good, A.G., Briggs, K.G., Taing-Aung, and Taylor. G.J., 1997.  Genetic and physiological analysis of doubled-haploid, aluminum-resistant lines of wheat provide evidence for the involvement of a 23 kD, root exudate polypeptide in mediating resistance. In Ando, T., et al. (eds).  Plant nutrition - for sustainable food production and environment. XIII Int. Plant Nutr. Colloquium. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.  pp. 433-438.

  2. Taylor, G.J., 1994. Overcoming barriers to understanding the cellular basis of aluminum resistance. In R.A. Date, N.J. Grundon, G.E. Rayment, and M.E. Probert (eds.). Plant-Soil interactions at Low pH: Principles and Management. Kluwer Academic.  pp. 255-269.

  3. Macfie, S.M., and Taylor, G.J., 1989. Deposition of manganese (Mn) on roots of Mn-tolerant and Mn-sensitive cultivars of Triticum aestivum L. Proc. International Conference on Heavy Metals in the Environment. 2: 258-261.

  4. Taylor, G.J., 1987. Aluminum tolerance, rhizosphere pH, and nitrogen nutrition in Triticum aestivum L.; correlation without causality? International Conference on Heavy Metals in the Environment. pp. 473-475.

  5. Taylor, G.J., and Foy, C.D., 1985. A possible role of nitrogen nutrition and rhizosphere pH in the aluminum tolerance of cultivars of Triticum aestivum L. In Lekkas, T.D. (ed.). International Conference on Heavy Metals in the Environment, Athens - September 1985. Volume 1. pp. 319-321.

  6. Taylor, G.J., and Foy, C.D., 1985. The role of chelation in metal tolerance and toxicity; differential uptake and toxicity of ionic and chelated copper in Triticum aestivum L. In Lekkas, T.D. (ed.). International Conference on Heavy Metals in the Environment, Athens - September 1985. Volume 1. pp. 316-318.