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INVESTIGATION INTO PROPERTIES OF C4 PHOTOSYNTHESIS FROM SINGLE-CELL AND KRANZ TYPE SPECIES IN SUAEDOIDEAE (CHENOPODIACEAE)
Although the majority of C4 plants have an anatomy that separates carboxylation and decarboxylation activities between two cell types (Kranz anatomy), some terrestrial plants Bienertia cycloptera, B. sinuspersici and Suaeda ...
Integrative approaches for understanding metabolism in plant specialized cell types
Plants contain specialized tissues/cell types that play important roles in the synthesis of many natural products. Investigation at cell-specific resolution is necessary for understanding the functional specialization of ...
Gene Expression Profiling in Single Cell C4 and Related Photosynthetic Species in Suaedoideae
Slightly over a decade ago
EXPRESSION OF GLUTENASES IN WHEAT
Detoxification of wheat, barley and rye prolamins constitute a challenge in the treatment of celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder with no known treatment other than abstinence diet. Administration of glutenases as food ...
LINKING GENES AND PHYSIOLOGY UTILIZING GENOMICS AND TRANSCRIPTOMICS APPROACHES IN SWEET CHERRY (PRUNUS AVIUM)
Sweet cherry is an important horticultural crop in Washington. Sweet cherry trees are grown as composite plants where the scion is grafted onto a rootstock. Rootstock genotype influences tree yield potential (among other ...
USING NEW MOLECULAR TOOLS TO EXPLORE HOW ORGANIC FARMING IMPACTS TOP-DOWN AND BOTTOM-UP REGULATION OF POTATO HERBIVORES
Herbivorous agricultural pests are simultaneously threatened by predatory natural enemies and by toxic plant defenses. Both these “top down” and “bottom up” forces might be enhanced under organic farm management. For ...