John Grabber
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How do lignin composition, structure, and cross‐linking affect degradability? A review of cell wall model studies
JH Grabber
Crop science 45 (3), 820-831, 2005
Identification and synthesis of new ferulic acid dehydrodimers present in grass cell walls
J Ralph, S Quideau, JH Grabber, RD Hatfield
Journal of the Chemical Society, Perkin Transactions 1, 3485-3498, 1994
Lignin-ferulate cross-links in grasses: active incorporation of ferulate polysaccharide esters into ryegrass lignins
J Ralph, JH Grabber, RD Hatfield
Carbohydrate research 275 (1), 167-178, 1995
Pathway of p-coumaric acid incorporation into maize lignin as revealed by NMR
J Ralph, RD Hatfield, S Quideau, RF Helm, JH Grabber, HJG Jung
Journal of the American Chemical Society 116 (21), 9448-9456, 1994
Metabolic engineering of novel lignin in biomass crops
R Vanholme, K Morreel, C Darrah, P Oyarce, JH Grabber, J Ralph, ...
New Phytologist 196 (4), 978-1000, 2012
Cell wall cross‐linking by ferulates and diferulates in grasses
RD Hatfield, J Ralph, JH Grabber
Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 79 (3), 403-407, 1999
Genetic and molecular basis of grass cell-wall degradability. I. Lignin–cell wall matrix interactions
JH Grabber, J Ralph, C Lapierre, Y Barrière
Comptes rendus biologies 327 (5), 455-465, 2004
Peroxidase-dependent cross-linking reactions of p-hydroxycinnamates in plant cell walls
J Ralph, M Bunzel, JM Marita, RD Hatfield, F Lu, H Kim, PF Schatz, ...
Phytochemistry Reviews 3, 79-96, 2004
Ferulate cross-linking in cell walls isolated from maize cell suspensions
JH Grabber, RD Hatfield, J Ralph, J Zoń, N Amrhein
Phytochemistry 40 (4), 1077-1082, 1995
Diferulate cross‐links impede the enzymatic degradation of non‐lignified maize walls
JH Grabber, RD Hatfield, J Ralph
Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 77 (2), 193-200, 1998
Using the acetyl bromide assay to determine lignin concentrations in herbaceous plants: some cautionary notes
RD Hatfield, J Grabber, J Ralph, K Brei
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 47 (2), 628-632, 1999
Cross-linking of maize walls by ferulate dimerization and incorporation into lignin
JH Grabber, J Ralph, RD Hatfield
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 48 (12), 6106-6113, 2000
Dietary manipulation in dairy cattle: Laboratory experiments to assess the influence on ammonia emissions
TH Misselbrook, JM Powell, GA Broderick, JH Grabber
Journal of dairy science 88 (5), 1765-1777, 2005
Ferulate cross-links limit the enzymatic degradation of synthetically lignified primary walls of maize
JH Grabber, J Ralph, RD Hatfield
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 46 (7), 2609-2614, 1998
Genetic and molecular basis of grass cell wall biosynthesis and degradability. II. Lessons from brown-midrib mutants
Y Barrière, J Ralph, V Méchin, S Guillaumie, JH Grabber, O Argillier, ...
Comptes Rendus Biologies 327 (9-10), 847-860, 2004
Solution-state NMR of lignins
J Ralph, JM Marita, SA Ralph, RD Hatfield, F Lu, RM Ede, J Peng, ...
Advances in lignocellulosics characterization, 55-108, 1999
p-Coumaroylated syringyl units in maize lignin: implications for β-ether cleavage by thioacidolysis
JH Grabber, S Quideau, J Ralph
Phytochemistry 43 (6), 1189-1194, 1996
Cell wall structural foundations: Molecular basis for improving forage digestibilities
RD Hatfield, J Ralph, JH Grabber
Crop Science 39 (1), 27-37, 1999
Cover crop and liquid manure effects on soil quality indicators in a corn silage system
WE Jokela, JH Grabber, DL Karlen, TC Balser, DE Palmquist
Agronomy Journal 101 (4), 727-737, 2009
Cell wall fermentation kinetics are impacted more by lignin content and ferulate cross‐linking than by lignin composition
JH Grabber, DR Mertens, H Kim, C Funk, F Lu, J Ralph
Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 89 (1), 122-129, 2009
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