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Melvin J Oliver (Mel)
Plant Genetics Research
Research Geneticist (Plants)

Phone: (573) 882-9645
Fax: (573) 884-7850
Room 206

CURTIS HALL
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI
COLUMBIA , MO 652117020
Projects
Genetic and Physiological Mechanisms Underlying Complex Agronomic Traits in Grain Crops
In-House Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 434241
Collaborative Research: Dimensions: Desiccation and Diversity in Dryland Mosses
Non-Funded Cooperative Agreement (N)
  Accession Number: 434268
Institutional Biological Safety Committee
Non-Funded Cooperative Agreement (N)
  Accession Number: 418654
Inter-Institutional Collaboration with the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center
Non-Funded Cooperative Agreement (N)
  Accession Number: 427882
Biosafety Control
Non-Funded Cooperative Agreement (N)
  Accession Number: 432968
MCA-PGR: Physiological Genomics of Maize Nodal Root Growth Under Drought
Reimbursable Cooperative Agreement (R)
  Accession Number: 430571

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
The Physcomitrella patens gene atlas project: large scale RNA-seq based expression data -
Perroud, P., Hass, F., Hiss, M., Ullrich, K., Alboresi, A., Amirebrahimi, M., Barry, K., Bassi, R., Bonhomme, S., Chen, H., Coates, J., Fujita, T., Guyon-Debast, A., Lang, D., Lin, J., Lipzen, A., Nogue, F., Oliver, M.J., Ponce De Leon, I., Quatrano, R.S., Rameau, C., Reiss, B., Reski, R., Ricca, M., Saidi, Y., Sun, N., Szovenyi, P., Sreedasyam, A., Grimwood, J., Stacey, G., Schmutz, J., Rensing, S.A. 2018. The Physcomitrella patens gene atlas project: large scale RNA-seq based expression data. Plant Journal. 95:168-182. https://doi.org/10.1111/tpj.13940.
Desiccation tolerance in Physcomitrella patens: Rate of dehydration and the involvement of endogenous abscisic acid (ABA) -
Xiao, L., Yobi, A., Koster, K., He, Y., Oliver, M.J. 2017. Desiccation tolerance in Physcomitrella patens: Rate of dehydration and the involvement of endogenous abscisic acid (ABA). Plant Cell and Environment. 41:275-284. https://doi.org/10.1111/pce.13096.
Response of maize hybrids with and without rootworm-and drought-tolerance to rootworm infestation under well-watered and drought conditions -
Mahmoud, M.A., Sharp, R.E., Oliver, M.J., Finke, D.L., Bohn, M., Ellersieck, M.R., Hibbard, B.E. 2018. Response of maize hybrids with and without rootworm-and drought-tolerance to rootworm infestation under well-watered and drought conditions. Journal of Economic Entomology. 111(1): 193-208. https://doi.org/10.1093/jee/tox309.
A soil-plate based pipeline for assessing cereal root growth in response to polyethylene glycol (PEG)-induced water deficit stress Reprint Icon -
Nelson, S.K., Oliver, M.J. 2017. A soil-plate based pipeline for assessing cereal root growth in response to polyethylene glycol (PEG)-induced water deficit stress. Frontiers in Plant Science. 8:1272. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2017.01272.
Sporobolus stapfianus: Insights into desiccation tolerance in the resurrection grasses from linking transcriptomics to metabolomics Reprint Icon -
Yobi, A., Schlauch, K.A., Tillet, R.L., Yim, W.C., Espinoza, C., Wone, B.W., Cushman, J.C., Oliver, M.J. 2017. Sporobolus stapfianus: Insights into desiccation tolerance in the resurrection grasses from linking transcriptomics to metabolomics. Biomed Central (BMC) Plant Biology. 17:67. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12870-017-1013-7.
A footprint of desiccation tolerance in the genome of Xerophyta viscosa Reprint Icon -
Costa, M.D., Artur, M.S., Maia, J., Jonkheer, E., Derks, M.F., Nijveen, H., Williams, B., Mundree, S.G., Jimenez-Gomez, J.M., Hesselink, T., Schijlen, E.G., Ligterink, W., Oliver, M.J., Farrant, J.M., Hilhorst, H.W. 2017. A footprint of desiccation tolerance in the genome of Xerophyta viscosa. Nature Plants. 3:17038. Available: http://www.nature.com/articles/nplants201738.
Water deficit-induced changes in transcription factor expression in maize seedlings Reprint Icon -
Seeve, C.M., Cho, I., Hearne, L.B., Srivastava, G.P., Joshi, T., Smith, D., Sharp, R.E., Oliver, M.J. 2017. Water deficit-induced changes in transcription factor expression in maize seedlings. Plant Cell and Environment. 40:686-701. doi: 10.1111/pce.12891.
The effect of western corn rootworm (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) and water deficit on maize performance under controlled conditions Reprint Icon -
Mahmoud, M.A., Sharp, R.E., Oliver, M.J., Finke, D.L., Ellersieck, M.R., Hibbard, B.E. 2016. The effect of western corn rootworm (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) and water deficit on maize performance under controlled conditions. Journal of Economic Entomology. 109:864-898.
Key genes involved in desiccation tolerance and dormancy across life forms Reprint Icon -
Costa, M.C., Farrant, J.M., Oliver, M.J., Ligterink, W., Buitink, J., Hilhorst, H.M. 2016. Key genes involved in desiccation tolerance and dormancy across life forms. Plant Science. 251:162-168. doi: 10.1016/j.plantsci.2016.02.001.
The resurrection genome of Boea hygrometrica: A blueprint for survival of dehydration Reprint Icon -
Xiao, L., Yang, G., Zhang, L., Yang, X., Zhao, S., Ji, Z., Zhou, Q., Hu, M., Oliver, M.J., He, Y., et.al 2015. The resurrection genome of Boea hygrometrica: A blueprint for survival of dehydration. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 112(18):5833-5837.
Why we need GMO crops in agriculture -
Oliver, M.J. 2014. Why we need GMO crops in agriculture. Missouri Medicine. 111.6:493-507.
Plant water relations II: how plants manage water deficit and why it matters -
Williams, M., Oliver, M.J., Pallardy, S.G. 2014. Plant water relations II: how plants manage water deficit and why it matters. The Plant Cell. 26(4):1-15.
Plant water relations I: uptake and transport -
Williams, M., Oliver, M.J., Pallardy, S.G. 2014. Plant water relations I: uptake and transport. The Plant Cell. 26:1.
The desert moss Pterygoneurum lamellatum (Pottiaceae) exhibits an inducible ecological strategy of desiccation tolerance: effects of rate of drying on shoot damage and regeneration Reprint Icon -
Stark, L., Greenwood, J., Brinda, J., Oliver, M.J. 2013. The desert moss Pterygoneurum lamellatum (Pottiaceae) exhibits an inducible ecological strategy of desiccation tolerance: effects of rate of drying on shoot damage and regeneration. American Journal of Botany. 100(8):1522-1531.
The evolution of desiccation-tolerance in angiosperm plants, a rare yet common phenomenon! -
Gaff, D., Oliver, M.J. 2013. The evolution of desiccation-tolerance in angiosperm plants, a rare yet common phenomenon! Functional Plant Biology. 40:315-328.
The response of Asterochloris erici (Ahmadjian) Skaloud et Peksa to desiccation: a proteomic approach Reprint Icon -
Gasulla, F., Jain, R., Barrano, E., Guera, A., Balbuena, T., Thelen, J., Oliver, M.J. 2013. The response of Asterochloris erici (Ahmadjian) Skaloud et Peksa to desiccation: a proteomic approach. Plant Cell and Environment. 36:1363-1378.
Metabolomic profiling in Selaginella lepidophylla at various hydration states provides new insights into the mechanistic basis of desiccation tolerance Reprint Icon -
Yobi, A., Wone, B., Xu, W., Alexander, D.C., Lining, G., Ryals, J.A., Oliver, M.J., Cushman, J.C. 2013. Metabolomic profiling in Selaginella lepidophylla at various hydration states provides new insights into the mechanistic basis of desiccation tolerance. Molecular Plant. 6(2):369-385.
Biomass production, nutritional and mineral content of desiccation-sensitive and desiccation-tolerant species of sporobolus under multiple irrigation regimes Reprint Icon -
Yobi, A., Wone, B., Schlauch, K., Perryman, B., Oliver, M.J., Cushman, J. 2013. Biomass production, nutritional and mineral content of desiccation-sensitive and desiccation-tolerant species of sporobolus under multiple irrigation regimes. Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science. 199:309-320.
Comparative metabolic profiling between desiccation-sensitive and desiccation-tolerant species of Selaginella reveals insights into the resurrection trait -
Yobi, A., Wone, B., Xu, W., Alexander, D.C., Guo, L., Ryals, J.A., Oliver, M.J., Cushman, J.C. 2012. Comparative metabolic profiling between desiccation-sensitive and desiccation-tolerant species of Selaginella reveals insights into the resurrection trait. Plant Journal. 72:983-999.
The Global Plant Council: Increasing the impact of plant research to meet global challenges -
Gruissem, W., Lee, C., Oliver, M.J., Pogson, B. 2012. The Global Plant Council: Increasing the impact of plant research to meet global challenges. Journal of Plant Biology. 55:343-348.
Extended periods of hydration do not elicit dehardening to desiccation tolerance in regeneration trials of the moss Syntrichia caninervis -
Stark, L.R., Brinda, J.C., McLetchie, N.D., Oliver, M.J. 2012. Extended periods of hydration do not elicit dehardening to desiccation tolerance in regeneration trials of the moss Syntrichia caninervis. International Journal of Plant Science. 173(4):333-343.
Expression of almond KNOTTED1 homologue (PdKn1) anticipates adventitious shoot initiation Reprint Icon -
Santos, A., Oliver, M.J., Sanchez, A., Oliviera, M. 2011. Expression of almond KNOTTED1 homologue (PdKn1) anticipates adventitious shoot initiation. In Vitro Cellular and Developmental Biology - Plants. 48:40-49.
A sister group metabolomic contrast delineates the biochemical regulation underlying desiccation tolerance in Sporobolus stapfianus -
Oliver, M.J., Guo, L., Alexander, D.C., Ryals, J.A., Wone, B., Cushman, J.C. 2011. A sister group metabolomic contrast delineates the biochemical regulation underlying desiccation tolerance in Sporobolus stapfianus. The Plant Cell. 23(4):1231-1248.
Biofortification of soybean meal: immunological properties of the 27kDa gamma-zein -
Krishnan, H.B., Jang, S., Kim, W., Kerley, M.S., Oliver, M.J., Trick, H.N. 2011. Biofortification of soybean meal: immunological properties of the 27kDa gamma-zein. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 59:1223-1228.
Proteome analysis of leaves of the desiccation-tolerant grass, Sporobolus stapfianus, in response to desiccation -
Oliver, M.J., Jain, R., Balbuena, T.S., Agrawal, G.K., Gasulla, F., Thelen, J.J. 2010. Proteome analysis of leaves of the desiccation-tolerant grass, Sporobolus stapfianus, in response to desiccation. Phytochemistry. 72:1273-1284.
An Integrated Approach to Identify and Deploy Novel Genetic Determinants From Resurrection Plants for Improved Dehydration Tolerance of Crops -
Oliver, M.J., Cushman, J.C., Sharp, R.R., Payton, P.R. 2010. An Integrated Approach to Identify and Deploy Novel Genetic Determinants From Resurrection Plants for Improved Dehydration Tolerance of Crops. Meeting Abstract. American Society of Plant Biologists, July 30 - August 4, 2010, Montreal, Canada. 2010 CDROM.
Desiccation sensitivity and tolerance in the moss Physcomitrella patens: assessing limits and damage. -
Koster, K.L., Balsamo, R.A., Catherine, E., Oliver, M.J. 2010. Desiccation sensitivity and tolerance in the moss Physcomitrella patens: assessing limits and damage. Plant Growth Regulation. 62:293-302.
Chloroplast Genome Sequence of the Moss Tortula ruralis: Gene Content and Structural Arrangement Relative to Other Green Plant Chloroplast Genomes -
Oliver, M.J., Murdock, A.G., Mishler, B.D., Kuehl, J.V., Boore, J.L., Mandoli, D.F., Everett, K.D., Wolf, P.G., Duffy, A.M., Karol, K.G. 2010. Chloroplast Genome Sequence of the Moss Tortula ruralis: Gene Content and Structural Arrangement Relative to Other Green Plant Chloroplast Genomes. Biomed Central (BMC) Genomics. 11:143.
Dehydration Tolerance in Plants -
Oliver, M.J., Cushman, J.C., Koster, K.L. 2010. Dehydration Tolerance in Plants. Methods in Molecular Biology. p. 3-24.
Transgenic Biofuel Feedstocks and Strategies for Biocontainment -
Kausch, A.P., Hague, J., Oliver, M.J., Yi, L., Daniell, H., Mascia, P., Watrud, L.S., Stewart, N. 2010. Transgenic Biofuel Feedstocks and Strategies for Biocontainment. Biofuels. 1(1):163-176.
Understanding Vegetative Desiccation Tolerance using Integrated Functional Genomics Approaches within a Comparative Evolutionary Framework -
Exploiting the Genomes of Dehydration/Desiccation-Tolerant Species in Crop Improvement Strategies -
Oliver, M.J., Cushman, J.C., Sharp, R.E., Payton, P.R. 2009. Exploiting the Genomes of Dehydration/Desiccation-Tolerant Species in Crop Improvement Strategies. Interdrought III Meeting, October 11-16, 2009, Shanghai, China. 2009 CDROM.
Gene Flow in Genetically Engineered Perennial Grasses: Lessons for Modification of Dedicated Bioenergy Crops -
Genetic Modification in Dedicated Bioenergy Crops and Strategies for Gene Confinement -
An Integrated Strategy to Identify Key Genes in Almond Adventitious Shoot Regeneration -
Santos, M., Oliver, M.J., Sanchez, A., Payton, P.R., Gomes, J.P., Miguel, C., Oliviera, M.M. 2009. An Integrated Strategy to Identify Key Genes in Almond Adventitious Shoot Regeneration. Journal of Experimental Botany. 60(14):4519-4173.
Large Scale Q-PCR Reveals Maize Transcription Factors that are Regulated Under Water Deficit in a Tissue-Specific Manner -
Cho, I., Srivastava, G., Joshi, T., Xu, D., Hearne, L.B., Sharp, R.E., Oliver, M.J. 2009. Large Scale Q-PCR Reveals Maize Transcription Factors that are Regulated Under Water Deficit in a Tissue-Specific Manner. American Society of Plant Biologists Annual Meeting, July 18-22, 2009, Honolulu, Hawaii. 2009 CDROM.
A Comparative Metabolite Profile Assessment of Dehydration Tolerance Strategies in Two Species of Sporobolus: The Desiccation Tolerant S. Stapfianus and the Desiccation Sensitive S. Pyrimidalis -
Oliver, M.J., Alexander, D. 2009. A Comparative Metabolite Profile Assessment of Dehydration Tolerance Strategies in Two Species of Sporobolus: The Desiccation Tolerant S. Stapfianus and the Desiccation Sensitive S. Pyrimidalis. American Society of Plant Biologists Annual Meeting, July 18-22, 2009, Honolulu, Hawaii. 2009 CDROM.
A Combined Subtractive Suppression Hybridization and Expression Profiling Strategy to Identify Novel Desiccation Response Transcripts From Tortula ruralis Gametophytes -
Oliver, M.J., Hudgeons, J., Dowd, S.E., Payton, P.R. 2009. A Combined Subtractive Suppression Hybridization and Expression Profiling Strategy to Identify Novel Desiccation Response Transcripts From Tortula ruralis Gametophytes. Physiologia Plantarum. 136:437-460.
Seed Targeted Gene Confinement Strategies -
Oliver, M.J. 2009. Seed Targeted Gene Confinement Strategies. Society for In Vitro Biology Proceedings (abstract). Society for In Vitro Biology Annual Meeting, June 9-12, 2009, Charleston, North Carolina. 2009 CDROM.
Putting Physcomitrella Patens on the Tree of Life: The Evolution and Ecology of Mosses -
Mishler, B., Oliver, M.J. 2009. Putting Physcomitrella Patens on the Tree of Life: The Evolution and Ecology of Mosses. In: Knight, C., Perroud, P-F., Cove, D., editors. The Moss Physcomitrella Patens. Oxford, England. Wiley-Blackwell. p. 1-15.
Large scale q-PCR reveals maize transcription factors that are regulated under water deficit in a tissue-specific manner -
Cho, I., Trupti, J., Gyan, S., Dong, X., Leonard, H., Oliver, M.J. 2008. Large scale q-PCR reveals maize transcription factors that are regulated under water deficit in a tissue-specific manner. Gordon Research Conference: Salt and Water Stressing Plants, September 7-12, 2008, Big Sky, Montana. 2008 CDROM.
Responses of the Lichen Photobiont Trebouxia erici to Desiccation and Rehydration (II) Proteomics -
Gasulla, F., Jain, R., Thelan, J., Barrano, E., Oliver, M.J. 2008. Responses of the Lichen Photobiont Trebouxia erici to Desiccation and Rehydration (II) Proteomics. International Association for Lichenology/American Bryological and Lichenological Society Joint Meeting, July 13-19, 2008, Monterey Peninsula, California. 2008 CDROM.
Proteome analysis of leaves of the desiccation-tolerant grass, sporobolus stapfianus, in response to desiccation -
Oliver, M.J., Jain, R., Agrawal, G., Gasulla, F., Thelan, J. 2008. Proteome analysis of leaves of the desiccation-tolerant grass, sporobolus stapfianus, in response to desiccation. American Society of Plant Biologists Annual Meeting, June 26 - July 2, 2008, Merida, Mexico. 2008 CDROM.
A SELECTION PROCEDURE FOR IDENTIFYING TRANSGENIC CELLS AND EMBRYOS OF COTTON WITHOUT THE USE OF ANTIBIOTICS -
Burke, J.J., O'Mahony, P., Oliver, M.J., Velten, J.P. 2008. A selection procedure for identifying transgenic cells and embryos of cotton without the use of antibiotics. In Vitro Cellular & Development Biology. 44(4):246-253.
Biochemical and Molecular Mechanisms of Desiccation Tolerance in Bryophytes -
Oliver, M.J. 2008. Biochemical and Molecular Mechanisms of Desiccation Tolerance in Bryophytes. In: Goffinet, B., Shaw, J., editors. Bryophyte Biology. 2nd Edition. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press. p. 269-298.
Lessons on dehydration tolerance from desiccation tolerant plants -
Oliver, M.J. 2007. Lessons on dehydration tolerance from desiccation tolerant plants. In: Jenks, M., Wood, A., editors. Plant Desiccation Tolerance. Ames, IA:Wiley-Blackwell Publishing. p. 11-50.
Desiccation tolerance in bryophytes: a review -
Proctor, M.C., Oliver, M.J., Wood, A.J., Alpert, P., Stark, L.R., Cleavitt, N., Mishler, B.D. 2007. Desiccation tolerance in bryophytes: a review. Bryologist. 110:595-621.
Desiccation tolerance in Bryophytes: relevance to the evolution of desiccation tolerance in Land Plants -
Comparative Expression Profiling of Desiccation Tolerant and Sensitive Plants -
Payton, P.R., Oliver, M.J. 2006. Comparative Expression Profiling of Desiccation Tolerant and Sensitive Plants[abstract]. International Center for Arid & Semi-Arid Studies Conference. Lubbock, Texas. November 15-17, 2006.
GENERATIONAL DIFFERENCES IN RESPONSE TO DESICCATION STRESS IN THE DESERT MOSS TORTULA INERMIS -
Stark, L.R., Oliver, M.J., Mishler, B.D., Mcletchie, D. 2006. Generational differences in response to desiccation stress in the desert moss Tortula inermis. Annals Of Botany. 99(1):53-60.
EVOLUTIONARY LINKAGE BETWEEN DROUGHT AND VEGETATIVE DESICCATION TOLERANCE IN PLANTS -
Payton, P.R., Oliver, M.J. 2005. Evolutionary linkage between drought and vegetative desiccation tolerance in plants[abstract]. Interdrought II.
DESICCATION TOLERANCE IN BRYOPHYTES: A REFLECTION OF THE PRIMITIVE STRATEGY FOR PLANT SURVIVAL IN DEHYDRATING HABITATS? -
Oliver, M.J., Velten, J.P., Mishler, B. 2005. Desiccation tolerance in bryophytes: a reflection of the primitive strategy for plant survival in dehydrating habitats?. Integrated Comparative Biology. 45: 788-799.
EVOLUTIONARY LINKAGE BETWEEN DROUGHT AND VEGETATIVE DESICCATION TOLERANCE IN PLANTS: MOSS AS A BASAL COMPARISON -
Oliver, M.J., Payton, P.R. 2005. Evolutionary linkage between drought and vegetative desiccation tolerance in plants: Moss as a basal comparison[abstract]. Annual International Meeting for Moss Research. Paper No. T13.
WINDOWS .NET NETWORK DISTRIBUTED BASIC LOCAL ALIGNMENT SEARCH TOOLKIT (W.ND BLAST) -
Dowd, S.E., Zaragoza, J, Rodriguez, J.R., Oliver, M.J., Payton, P.R. 2005. Windows.NET network distributed basic local alignment search toolkit (W.ND-BLAST). BMC Bioinformatics. 6:93. Available: http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2105/6/93.
DESICCATION TOLERANCE IN BRYOPHYTES; A REFLECTION OF THE PRIMITIVE CONDITION IN PLANTS? -
Oliver, M.J., Payton, P.R. 2005. Desiccation tolerance in bryophytes; a reflection of the primitive condition in plants?[abstract]. Botanical Society of America Abstracts. Paper No. 409.
IS THE REHYDRIN TRDR3 FROM TORTULA RURALIS ASSOCIATED WITH TOLERANCE TO COLD, SALINITY AND REDUCED PH? -
Peng, C., Oliver, M.J., Wood, A. 2005. Is the rehydrin TrDr3 from tortula ruralis associated with tolerance to cold, salinity and reduced PH?. Plant Biology. 7: 315-320.
DESICCATION TOLERANCE IN BRYOPHYTES; IS TOLERANCE THE PRIMITIVE CONDITION IN PLANTS? -
Oliver, M.J. 2005. Desiccation tolerance in bryophytes; is tolerance the primitive condition in plants?[abstract]. Meeting Abstract.
THE REHYDRATION TRANSCRIPTOME OF THE DESICCATION-TOLERANT BRYOPHYTE TORTULA RURALIS: TRANSCRIPT CLASSIFICATION AND ANALYSIS -
Oliver, M.J., Dowd, S.E., Zaragoza, J., Mauget, S.A., Payton, P.R. 2004. The rehydration transcriptome of the desiccation-tolerant bryophyte Tortula ruralis: transcript classification and analysis. Biomed Central (BMC) Genomics. 5(89):1-49
SEED-BASED STRATEGIES FOR TRANSGENE CONTAINMENT -
Oliver, M.J., Luo, H., Kausch, A., Collins, H. 2004. Seed-based strategies for transgene containment. International Symposium on the Biosafety of Field Tests of Genetically Modified
THE REHYDRATION TRANSCRIPTOME: TRANSLATOME OF TORTULA RURALIS: A COMBINED BIOINFORMATICS AND MICROARRAY APPROACH TO INVESTIGATE THE DESICCATION RESPONSE OF TOLERANT MOSSES. -
Oliver, M.J., Payton, P.R., Dowd, S.E., Mauget, S.A. 2004. The rehydration transcriptome: translatome of tortula ruralis: a combined bioinformatics and microarray approach to investigate the desiccation response of tolerant mosses[Abstract]. Annual International Meeting for Moss Research.
BIOINFORMATIC ANALYSIS OF THE REHYDRATION TRANSCRIPTOME OF TURTULA RURALIS A DESICCATION TOLERANT BRYOPHYTE -
Oliver, M.J., Dowd, S.E., Zaragoza, J., Mauget, S.A., Payton, P.R. 2004. Bioinformatic analysis of the rehydration transcriptome of turtula ruralis a desiccation tolerant bryophyte [abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists Annual Meeting. Paper No. 156.
HIGH THROUGHPUT LIVESTOCK GENOMICS FACILITATED BY WINDOWS.NET DISTRIBUTED BLAST -
Dowd, S.E., Zaragoza, J., Oliver, M.J., Payton, P.R. 2004. High throughput livestock genomics facilitated by windows.net distributed blast [abstract]. Microsoft Scientific Data 2004 Conference. Available: http://research.microsoft.com/workshops/scidata04/Agenda.aspx.
MALE STERILITY AND HYBRID PRODUCTION SYSTEMS -
Oliver, M.J. 2004. Male sterility and hybrid production systems. In: Christou, P., Klee, H., editors. Handbook of Plant Biotechnology. New Jersey:John Wiley and Sons. p. 1-6.
A PHYLOGENETIC APPROACH TO UNDERSTANDING GENE RELEVANCE TO IMPORTANT TRAITS IN THE EVOLUTION OF LAND PLANTS -
Oliver, M.J., Mishler, B.D., Velten, J.P. 2003. A phylogenetic approach to understanding gene relevance to important traits in the evolution of land plants[abstract]. Annual International Meeting for Moss Research.
TORTULA EST DATABASE AND ITS USE IN THE MICROARRAY ANALYSIS OF GENE EXPRESSION DURING DESICCATION AND REHYDRATION -
Oliver, M.J., Hudgeons, J., Dowd, S.E., Mauget, S.A., Payton, P.R. 2003. Tortula est database and its use in the microarray analysis of gene expression during desiccation and rehydration[abstract]. Annual International Meeting for Moss Research.
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND GENOMICS OF THE DESICCATION TOLERANT MOSS TORTULA RURALIS -
Wood, A.J., Oliver, M.J. 2004. Molecular biology and genomics of the desiccation tolerant moss tortula ruralis. In: Wood, A.J., Oliver, M.J., Cove D.J. editors. New Frontiers in Bryology. Boston/Dordrecht/London:Kluwer. p. 80-99.
MICROARRAY ANALYSIS OF GENE EXPRESSION DURING DESICCATION AND REHYDRATION OF TORTULA RURALIS. -
OLIVER, M.J., HUDGEONS, J.L., PAYTON, P.R. MICROARRAY ANALYSIS OF GENE EXPRESSION DURING DESICCATION AND REHYDRATION OF TORTULA RURALIS.. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF PLANT BIOLOGISTS ANNUAL MEETING.
A SIMPLE VERSATILE HIGH THROUPHPUT DNA EXTRACTION METHOD SUITABLE FOR PCR -
Xin, Z., Velten, J.P., Oliver, M.J., Burke, J.J. 2003. A simple versatile high throughput DNA extraction method suitable for PCR. American Society of Plant Biologists Annual Meeting. 34(4):820-826.
GENOMIC LEVEL STUDIES OF DESICCATION-TOLERANCE IN TORTULA RURALIS (SYNTRICHIA RURALIS). -
REPLACEMENT HISTONES: A ROLE IN DESICCATION TOLERANCE IN MOSS? -
Velten, J.P., Oliver, M.J. 2002. Replacement histones: a role in desiccation tolerance in moss[abstract]? American Society of Plant Biologists, August 3-7, 2002, Denver, Colorado. CDROM.
IN VITRO ANALYSIS OF COTTON POLLEN GERMINATION -
Burke, J.J., Velten, J.P., Oliver, M.J. 2004. In vitro analysis of cotton pollen germination. Agronomy Journal. 96:359-368
A SIMPLE VERSATILE HIGH THROUGHPUT DNA EXTRACTION METHOD SUITABLE FOR PCR -
XIN, Z., VELTEN, J.P., OLIVER, M.J., BURKE, J.J. A SIMPLE VERSATILE HIGH THROUGHPUT DNA EXTRACTION METHOD SUITABLE FOR PCR. BIOTECHNIQUES. 2002. Abstract 855.
DRYING WITHOUT DYING -
MOLECULAR GENETICS OF DESICCATION AND TOLERANT SYSTEMS -
TOLERANCE OF TRANSFORMED COTTON TO GLUFOSINATE -
DESICCATION-TOLERANT PTERIDOPHYTES: A UNIQUE POSITION IN THE EVOLUTION OF DESICCATION TOLERANCE IN LAND PLANTS -
A BRYOPHYTE REHYDRIN TRACKABLE MARKER FOR THE EVOLUTION OF DESICCATION TOLERANCE -
REPAIR OF DESICCATION INDUCED DAMAGE: USE OF REPLACEMENT HISTONE AND REHYDRIN GENES TO MAP THE ROLE OF CELLULAR REPAIR IN THE EVOLUTION OF DESICCATION TOLERANCE -
A NOVEL GENETIC APPROACH TO THE CONTROL OF NOXIOUS WEED POPULATIONS: THE SEED ARREST SYSTEM (SAS) FOR CONTROL OF YELLOW STARTHISTLE, IN WESTERN US RANGELANDS -
THE EVOLUTION OF DESICCATION TOLERANCE -
TR288: A MOSS REHYDRIN WITH A DEHYDRIN TWIST -
DEVELOPMENT OF A GENETICALLY BASED SEED TECHNOLOGY PROTECTION SYSTEM -
REPLACEMENT HISTONES IN TORTULA RURALIS: A ROLE IN DESICCATION TOLERANCE? -
BRYOPHYTES AS EXPERIMENTAL MODELS FOR THE STUDY OF ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS TOLERANCE: TORTULA RURALIS AND DESICCATION TOLERANCE IN MOSSES -
THE TRANSLATIONAL APPARATUS OF TORTULA RURALIS: MRNAS ENCODING THE RIBOSOMAL PROTEINS RPS14, RPS16, AND RPL23 ARE STORED IN DESICCATED GAMETOPHYTES -
THE EVOLUTION OF DESICCATION TOLERANCE IN LAND PLANTS -
THE DEHYDRIN LIKE REHYDRIN TR288: A TRACKABLE MARKER FOR THE EVOLUTION OF DESICCATION-TOLERANCE? -
CDNA MICROARRAY ANALYSIS IN ARABIDOPSIS: GENE EXPRESSION CORRELATED WITH THE ACQUISITION OF DESICCATION-TOLERANCE IN DEVELOPING SEEDS -
THERMOTOLERANCE MUTANTS IN ARABIDOPSIS -
DEVELOPMENT OF A GENETICALLY BASED SEED TECHNOLOGY PROTECTION SYSTEM -
GENETICALLY ENGINEERED NEMATODE RESISTANCE IN COTTON USING A CELLULAR ABLATION SYSTEM BASED UPON THE NEMATODE RESPONSE ELEMENT FROM TOBACCO -
IDENTIFICATION OF ACQUIRED THERMOTOLERANCE DEFICIENCY WITHIN THE DITELOSOMIC SERIES OF "CHINESE SPRING" WHEAT -
A TORTULA RURALIS CDNA ENCODING SMALL-SUBUNIT RIBOSOMAL PROTEIN S3A: POLYSOMAL RETENTION OF TRANSCRIPT IN RESPONSE TO DESICCATION AND REHYDRATION -
NUCLEOTIDE SEQUENCE OF A TRUNCATED CDNA (ACCESSION NO. AF093108) ENCODING AN H3-LIKE HISTONE PROTEIN FROM THE BRYOPHYTE TORTULA RURALIS -
COMPARATIVE REPRODUCTION BY ROTYLENCHULUS RENIFORMIS AND MELOIDOGYNE INCOGNITA ON 300 GENOTYPES OF UPLAND COTTON -
EXPRESSED SEQUENCE TAGS (ESTS) FROM DESICCATED TORTULA RURALIS IDENTIFY -
NEMATODE RESISTANCE -
PHYLOGENY OF DESICCATION TOLERANCE IN PLANTS -
ABIOTIC STRESS TOLERANCE: MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF DESICCATION TOLERANCE IN THE MOSS TORTULA RURALIS -
THE INVOLVEMENT OF UBIQUITIN IN VEGETATIVE DESICCATION-TOLERANCE -
470: A ROLE FOR UBIQUITIN IN DESICCATION TOLERANCE -
THE EXTREMES OF DROUGHT: UNDERSTANDING MECHANISMS OF VEGETATIVE DESICCATION-TOLERANCE -
456: GENETIC AND PHYSIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF THE ACQUIRED THERMOTOLERANCE MUTANT: ATTS02 -
GENETIC AND PHYSIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF THE ACQUIRED THERMOTOLERANCE MUTANT: ATTS02 -
472-THE TR288 REHYDRIN REPEAT STRUCTURE: IF ONE COPY'S GOOD, 15 MUST BE BETTER -
DEVELOPMENT OF A GENETICALLY BASED SEED TECHNOLOGY PROTECTION SYSTEM -
MOLECULAR ARCHITECTURE OF BRYOPHYTE GENES: PUTATIVE POLYADENYLATION SIGNALS IN 3' CDNA ENDS OF TORTULA RURALIS. -
TRANSLATIONAL CONTROL IN PLANT STRESS -
ASPECTS OF POST-TRANSCRIPTIONAL CONTROL OF GENE EXPRESSION DURING RECOVERY FROM DESICCATION -
ATTS02: AN ARABIDOPSIS MUTANT WITH REDUCED ACQUIRED THERMOTOLERANCE CAPACITY -
CHARACTERIZATION OF A DESICCATION RESPONSIVE SMALL GTP BINDING PROTEIN (RAB2) FROM THE DESICCATION TOLERANT GRASS SPOROBOLUS STAPFIANUS -
FORMATION OF MRNPS DURING DESICCATION OF THE MOSS TORTULA RURALIS -
EVALUATION OF TRANSGENIC COTTON (GOSSYPIUM HIRSUTUM) ENGINEERED FOR RESISTANCE TO MELOIDOGYNE INCOGNITA -
TO DRYNESS AND BEYOND: A MECHANISTIC VIEW OF VEGETTIVE DESICCATION TOLERANCE -
TR288: A MOSS REHYDRIN WITH A DEHYDRIN TWIST -
RAB2 RESPONSE TO DEHYDRATION AND REHYDRATION IN SPOROBOLUS -
BRYOPHYTE MODELS: FORMATION OF MRNPS IN RESPONSE TO DESICCATION OF THE MOSSTORTULA RURALIS -
EVALUATION OF TRANSGENIC COTTON (GOSSYPIUM HIRSUTUM) DESIGNED FOR RESISTANCE TO MELOIDOGYNE INCOGNITA -
EVALUATION OF TRANSGENIC COTTON (GOSSYPIUM HIRSUTUM) DESIGNED FOR RESISTANCE TO MELOIDOGYNE INCOGNITA -
EVALUATION OF TRANSGENIC COTTON (GOSSYPIUM HIRSUTUM) ENGINEERED FOR RESISTANCE TO MELOIDOGYNE INCOGNITA -
REDUCED ACQUIRED THERMOTOLERANCE LEVELS WITHIN THE DITELOSOMIC SERIES OF CHINESE SPRING WHEAT -
PERFORMANCE OF LIBERTY-TOLERANT COTTON -
"TO DRYNESS AND BEYOND" PREPARATION FOR THE DRIED STATE AND REHYDRATION IN VEGETATIVE DESICCATION-TOLERANT PLANTS. -
NUCLEOTIDE SEQUENCE OF A FULL-LENGTH CDNA (ACCESSION NUMBER U82087) ENCODING A CALMODULIN-LIKE DOMAIN PROTEIN KINASE (CDPK) FROM THE MOSS TORTULA RURALIS -
HOW SOME PLANTS RECOVER FROM VEGETATIVE DESICCATION: A REPAIR BASED STRATEGY -
NITRATE REDUCTASE ACTIVITY DURING DESICCATION AND REHYDRATION OF THE DESICCATION-TOLERANT MOSS TORTULA RURALIS -
STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL ANASYSIS OF TR288, A MOSS REHYDRIN -
IMPORTANCE OF THE FIXATIVE FOR RELIABLE ULTRASTRUCTURAL PRESERVATION OF POIKILOHYDRIC PLANT TISSUES. OBSERVATIONS ON DRY, PARTIALLY, AND FULLY HYDRATED TISSUES OF SELAGINELLA LEPIDOPHYLLA -
HOW SOME PLANTS RECOVER FROM VEGETATIVE DESICCATION: A REPAIR BASED STRATEGY -
THE ROLE OF MRNA-PROTEIN INTERACTIONS IN DESICCATION-TOLERANCE -
DESICCATION-TOLERANCE IN MOSSES -
THE ROLE OF MRNA-PROTEIN INTERACTIONS IN STRESS-TOLERANCE -
DESICCATION-TOLERANCE IN POIKILOHYDRIC PLANT CELLS -
A MERISTEM TRANSFORMATION SYSTEM FOR COTTON -
INTERSPECIFIC GENE TRANSFER AND THERMAL KINETIC WINDOWS -