Christy T. Carter, Associate Professor of Biology
Ohio University, Ph.D. (2003)
Ohio University, M.S. (1998)
Alderson-Broaddus College, B.S. (1995)
Halophyte ecophysiology; halophyte seed dormancy and germination; salt marsh and wetland plant ecology; seed banks; whole plant physiology and ion uptake
Carter, C. T., and C. M. Grieve. 2010. Growth and nutrition of two cultivars of Zinnia elegans under saline conditions. HortScience 45: 1058-1063.
Carter, C. T., and C. M. Grieve. 2008. Mineral nutrition, growth, and germination of Antirrhinum majus (snapdragon) when produced under increasingly saline conditions. HortScience 43: 710-718.
Carter, C. T., C. M. Grieve, J. A. Poss, and D. L. Suarez. 2005. Influence of salinity on production of Celosia argentea var. cristata. Scientia Horticulturae 106: 381-394.
Carter, C. T., C. M. Grieve, and J. A. Poss. 2005. Salinity effects on emergence, survival and ion accumulation of Limonium perezii. Journal of Plant Nutrition 28: 1243-1257.
Carter, C. T., and I. A. Ungar. 2004. Relationships between seed germinability of Spergularia marina (Caryophyllaceae) and the formation of zonal communities in an inland salt marsh. Annals of Botany 93: 119-125.
Carter, C. T., and I. A. Ungar. 2003. Germination responses of dimorphic seeds of two halophyte species to environmentally controlled and natural conditions. Canadian Journal of Botany 81: 918-926.
Plants and People
Botanical Society of America
Ecological Society of America
Association of Southeastern Biologists