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Olga Serra, Ari Pekka Mähönen, Alexander J. Hetherington & Laura Ragni (2022). «The Making of Plant Armor: The Periderm». Annual Review of Plant Biology, 73:405-432.

Sandra Fernández-Piñán, Pau Boher, Marçal Soler, Mercè Figueras & Olga Serra (2021). «Transcriptomic analysis of cork during seasonal growth highlights regulatory and developmental processes from phellogen to phellem formation». Scientific Reports 11: 12053. 

Lucas Busta, Olga Serra, Ok Tae Kim, Marisa Molinas, Irene Peré-Fossoul, Mercè Figueras & Reinhard Jetter (2020). «Oxidosqualene cyclases involved in the biosynthesis of triterpenoids in Quercus suber cork». Scientific Reports 10: 8011.

Pau Boher, Marçal Soler, Anna Sánchez, Claire Hoede, Céline Noirot , Jorge Almiro Pinto Paiva , Olga Serra & Mercè Figueras (2018). «A comparative transcriptomic approach to understanding the formation of cork». Plant Molecular Biology (96): p. 103-118.

Marçal Soler, Olga Serra, Marisa Molinas, Emili García-Berthou, Antònia Caritat & Mercè Figueras (2008). «Seasonal variation in transcript abundance in cork tissue analyzed by real time RT-PCR». Tree Physiology 28(5): 743-751.

Marçal Soler, Olga Serra, Marisa Molinas, Gemma Huguet, Silvia Fluch & Mercè Figueras (2007). «A genomic approach to suberin biosynthesis and cork differentiation». Plant Physiology 144(1): 419-431.  

Jordi Domènech, Rubén Orihuela, Gisela Mir, Marisa Molinas, Sílvia Atrian & Mercè Capdevila (2007). «The Cd(II)-binding abilities of recombinant Quercus suber metallothionein: bridging the gap between phytochelatins and metallothioneins». Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry 12(6): 867-882.

Anna Jofré, Marisa Molinas & Maria Pla(2003). «A 10-kDa class-CI sHsp protects E. coli from oxidative and high-temperature stress». Planta 217: 813-819.

Gemma Pascual, Marisa Molinas & Dolors Verdaguer (2002). «Comparative anatomical analysis of the cotyledonary region in three Mediterranean Basin Quercus (Fagaceae)». Amercian Journal of Botany 89: 383-392.

Pere Puigderrajols, Anna Jofré, Gisela Mir, Maria Pla, Dolors Verdaguer, Gemma Huguet & Marisa Molinas (2002). «Developmentally and stress‐induced small heat shock proteins in cork oak somatic embryos». Journal of Experimental Botany. 53: 1445–1452.

Pere Puigderrajols, Gisela Mir & Marisa Molinas (2001). «Ultrastructure of Early Secondary Embryogenesis by Multicellular and Unicellular Pathways in Cork Oak (Quercus suber L.)». Annals of Botany 87: 179-189.

Dolors Verdaguer, Pedro J Casero & Marisa Molinas (2000). «Lateral root development in a woody plant, Quercus suber L. (cork oak)». Canadian Journal of Plant Sciences

Pere Puigderrajols, Cristina Celestino, Mónica Suils, Mariano Toribio & Marisa Molinas (2000). «Histology of Organogenic and Embryogenic Responses in Cotyledons of Somatic Embryos of Quercus suber L.». International Journal of Plant Sciences 161.  

Dolors Verdaguer & Marisa Molinas (1999). «Developmental Anatomy and Apical Organization of the Primary Root of Cork Oak (Quercus suber L.)». International Journal of Plant Sciences 160.

Dolors Verdaguer & Marisa Molinas (1997). «Development and ultrastructure of the endodermis in the primary root of cork oak (Quercus suber)». Canadian Journal of Botany 75.


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