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Sparace S.A. and Kleppinger-Sparace K.F. 2008. Plastids as a model system for teaching about plant lipid metabolism. In Teaching Innovations in Lipid Science, (Westlake, R., Ed.), The American Oil Chemists Society, Chapter 15, pp. 229-250.

McCune L.M., Kleppinger-Sparace K.F. and Sparace S.A. 2007. Monogalactosyl-diacylglyeride Synthesis in Pea Root Plastids. In Current Advances in the Biochemistry and Cell Biology of Plant Lipids (2006 Proceedings of the 19th International Plant Lipid Symposium, East Lansing, MI), Benning C. and Ohlrogge J, eds., pp. 32-37.

Sparace S.A. and Layfield K.D. 2003. Embracing the role of science in agriculture. The Agricultural Education Magazine 76(1): 24-25.

Xue L., McCune L.M., Kleppinger-Sparace K.F., Brown M.J., Pomeroy M.K., Sparace S.A. 1997. Characterization of the glycerolipid composition and biosynthetic capacity of pea root plastids. Plant Physiol. 113: 549-557.

Qi Q., Trimming B.A., Kleppinger-Sparace K.F., Emes M.J., Sparace S.A. 1996. Pyruvate dehydrogenase complex and acetyl-CoA carboxylase in pea root plastids: Their characterization and role in modulating glycolytic carbon flow to fatty acid biosynthesis. J. Exp. Bot. 47: 1889-1896.

Qi Q., Kleppinger-Sparace K.F., Sparace S.A. 1994. The role of the triose phosphate shuttle and glycolytic intermediates in fatty acid and glycerolipid biosynthesis in pea root plastids. Planta 194: 193-199.

Kleppinger Sparace K.F., Stahl R.J., Sparace S.A. 1992. Energy requirements for fatty acid and glycerolipid biosynthesis from acetate by isolated pea root plastids. Plant Physiol. 98: 723-727.

Stahl R.J., Sparace S.A. 1991. Characterization of fatty acid biosynthesis in isolated pea root plastids. Plant Physiol. 96: 602 608.

Sparace S.A., Moore T.S. l979. Phospholipid metabolism in plant mitochondria: Submitochondrial sites of synthesis. Plant Physiol. 63: 963 972.