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Robert J Joly

Horticulture and Landscape Architecture 

  • Professor of Horticulture
765.496.0060
765.494.0391
Horticulture Room 220
625 Agriculture Mall Dr.
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2010

Area of Expertise: Plant Physiology

Courses currently taught:

  • AGR 12000, Introduction to Horticulture and Landscape Architecture
  • HORT 11000, Survey of Horticulture
  • HORT 30100, Plant Physiology, co-taught with Prof. David Rhodes
  • HORT 49200, Horticultural Science Capstone Seminar

Awards & Honors

(2003) Book of Great Teachers. Purdue University.

(2000) Food and Agriculture Sciences Excellence in Teaching Award. U.S. Department of Agriculture.

(1997) Founding Fellow. Purdue University Teaching Academy.

(1996) Outstanding Undergraduate Educator Award. American Society for Horticultural Science.

(1996) Award of Merit for Teaching, Purdue University Chapter of Gamma Sigma Delta. the National Honor Society for Agriculture.

(1995) Charles B. Murphy Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award. Purdue University.

Selected Publications

Ma, S., Quist, T. M., Ulanov, A., Joly, R. J., & Bohnert, H. (2004). Loss of TIP1;1 aquaporin in Arabidopsis leads to cell and plant death. The Plant Journal, 40, 845-859.

Inan, G., Zhang, Q., Li, P., Wang, Z., Cao, Z., Zhang, H., . . . Joly, R. J. (2004). Salt cress, A halophyte and cryophyte Arabidopsis relative model system and its applicability to molecular genetic analyses of growth and development of extremophiles. Plant Physiology, 135, 1718-1737.

Ruggiero, B., Koiwa, H., Manabe, Y., Quist, T. M., Inan, G., Saccardo, F., . . . Maggio, A. (2004). Uncoupling the effects of abscisic acid on plant growth and water relations. Analysis of sto1/nced3, an abscisic acid-deficient but salt stress-tolerant mutant in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology, 136(2), 3134-3147. doi:10.1104/pp.104.046169

Maggio, A., Miyazaki, S., Veronese, P., Fujita, T., Ibeas, J. I., Damsz, B., . . . Bressan, R. A. (2002). Does proline accumulation play an active role in stress-induced growth reduction? The Plant Journal, 31(6), 699-712.

Yang, G., Rhodes, D., & Joly, R. J. (1996). Effects of high temperature on membrane stability and chlorophyll fluorescence in glycinebetaine-containing and glycinebetaine-deficient maize lines. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology, 23(4), 437-443. Retrieved from http://www.publish.csiro.au/fp/pdf/PP9960437

Wood, A. J., Saneoka, H., Rhodes, D., Joly, R. J., & Goldsbrough, P. B. (1996). Betaine aldehyde dehydrogenase in sorghum: Molecular cloning and expression of two related genes. Plant Physiology, 110(4), 1301-1308. doi:10.1104/pp.110.4.1301

Maggio, A., & Joly, R. J. (1995). Effects of mercuric chloride on the hydraulic conductivity of tomato root systems: evidence for a channel-mediated water pathway. Plant Physiology, 109, 331-335.

Saneoka, H., Nagasaka, C., Hahn, D. T., Yang, W.-, Premachandra, G. S., Joly, R. J., & Rhodes, D. (1995). Salt tolerance of glycinebetaine-deficient and -containing maize lines. Plant Physiology, 107, 631-638.

Jenks, M. A., Joly, R. J., Peters, P. J., Rich, P. J., Axtell, J. D., & Ashworth, E. N. (1994). Chemically-induced cuticle mutation affecting epidermal conductance to water vapor and disease susceptibility in Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench. Plant Physiology, 105, 1239-1245.

Zaerr, J. B., & Joly, R. J. (1987). Alteration of cell-wall water content and elasticity in Douglas-fir during periods of water deficit. Plant Physiology, 83, 418-422.

Horticulture & Landscape Architecture, 625 Agriculture Mall Drive, West Lafayette, IN 47907-2010 USA, (765) 494-1300

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