McCann, M., & Carpita, N. (in press). Biomass recalcitrance: A multi-scale, multi-factor and conversion-specific property. Journal of Experimental Botany.
Carpita, N., & McCann, M. (in press). Characterizing visible and invisible cell-wall mutant phenotypes. Journal of Experimental Botany.
Penning, B., Sykes, R., Babcock, N., Dugard, C., Held, M., Klimek, J., . . . Carpita, N. (2014). Genetic determinants for enzymatic digestion of lignocellulosic biomass are independent of those for lignin abundance in a maize recombinant inbred population. Plant Physiology, 165, 1475-1487.
Carpita, N. (2014). No carbon left behind: A new paradigm in the conversion of biomass to biofuels and high-value products. International Bioenery Symposium. Retrieved from http://bioenergy2014.co.uk/
Carpita, N. (2014). Redesigning the plant cell wall for conversion of biomass to biofuels and high-value products. Plenary Lecture, Frontiers in Biorefining. Retrieved from http://www.frontiersinbiorefining.org/
Baldwin, L., Domon, J., Klimek, J., Sellier, H., Gillet, G., Pelloux, J., . . . Rayon, C. (2014). Structural alteration of cell wall pectins accompanies pea development in response to cold. Phytochemistry, 104, 37-47.
McCann, M., Penning, B., Dugard, C., & Carpita, N. (in press). Tailoring plant cell wall composition and architecture for conversion to liquid hydrocarbon biofuels. In Direct Microbial Conversion of Biomass to Advanced Biofuels.
Vinueza, N., Kim, E., Gallardo, V., Mosier, N., Abu-Omar, M., Carpita, N., & Kenttamaa, H. (in press). Tandem mass spectrometric characterization of conversion of xylose to furfural. Biomass Bioenergy.
Olek, A., Rayon, C., Makowski, L., Ciesielski, P., Badger, J., Paul, L., . . . Carpita, N. (2014). The structure of the catalytic domain of a plant cellulose synthase and its assembly into dimers. Plant Cell, 26, 2996-3009.
Rayon, C., Olek, A., & Carpita, N. (2014). Towards redesigning cellulose biosynthesis for improved bioenergy feedstocks. In Plants and BioEnergy, Advances Plant Biology (4, 183-193). New York: Springer.