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Viburnum leaf ray tracing simulation: V. tinus under direct irradiance, with chloroplasts in the avoidance orientation


Procko, C., Lee, T., Borsuk, A., Bargmann, B., Dabi, T., Nery, J., Estelle, M., Baird, L., Brodersen, C., Ecker, J., Chory, J. Leaf cell-specific and single-cell transcriptional profiling reveals a role for the palisade layer in UV light protection. The Plant Cell (accepted)

Borsuk, A.M., Roddy, A.B., Théroux‐Rancourt, G. and Brodersen, C.R., 2022. Structural organization of the spongy mesophyll. New Phytologist, 234(3), pp.946-960.

Momayyezi, M., Borsuk, A.M., Brodersen, C.R., Gilbert, M.E., Théroux‐Rancourt, G., Kluepfel, D.A. and McElrone, A.J., 2022. Desiccation of the leaf mesophyll and its implications for CO2 diffusion and light processing. Plant, Cell & Environment, 45(5), pp.1362-1381.

Mankiewicz, P., Borsuk, A., Ciardullo, C., Hénaff, E. and Dyson, A., 2022. Developing Design Criteria for Active Green Wall Bioremediation Performance: Growth Media Selection Shapes Plant Physiology, Water and Air Flow Patterns. Energy and Buildings, p.111913.

Ureña, E.B., Borsuk, A., Clark, H., Fosbury, R., Godinho, M.H., Hardy, M., Holt, A., Kolle, M., Kuttner, C., Lopez-Garcia, M. and McDougal, A., 2020. The role of composition: natural materials vs. synthetic composites: general discussion. Faraday Discussions.

Arwin, H., Barla, P., Blake, A.J., Borsuk, A., Brien, M., Burg, S., Chang, Y., Freyer, P., Hardy, M., Holt, A. and Kallepalli, A., 2020. Optics and photonics in nature: general discussion. Faraday Discussions.

Borsuk, A.M. and Brodersen, C.R., 2019. The spatial distribution of chlorophyll in leaves. Plant physiology180(3), pp.1406-1417.

Saive, R., Borsuk, A.M., Emmer, H.S., Bukowsky, C.R., Lloyd, J.V., Yalamanchili, S. and Atwater, H.A., 2016. Effectively transparent front contacts for optoelectronic devices. Advanced Optical Materials4(10), pp.1470-1474.

Abplanalp, M.J., Borsuk, A., Jones, B.M. and Kaiser, R.I., 2015. On the formation and isomer specific detection of propenal (C2H3CHO) and cyclopropanone (c-C3H4O) in interstellar model ices—a combined FTIR and reflectron time-of-flight mass spectroscopic study. The Astrophysical Journal814(1), p.45.