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Agricultural Research Service

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Melvin J Oliver (Mel)
Plant Genetics Research
Genetics

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

CURTIS HALL
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI
COLUMBIA , MO 652117020

Projects
Modification of Soybeans for Food, Feed, and Industrial Applications
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 424526
Functional Genomics for Evaluating Genes and Gene Regulatory Networks of Soybean Quality Traits
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 424527
Genetics and Genomics of Complex Traits in Grain Crops
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 424655
Soybean Seed Improvement Through Quantitative Analysis of Phenotypic Diversity in Response to Environmental Fluctuations
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 425167
Plant Resistance, Artificial Diets, Biology, and Resistance Management of Western Corn Rootworm and Other Maize Pests
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 429873
Inter-Institutional Collaboration with the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center
Nonfunded Cooperative Agreement (N)
  Accession Number: 427882
MCA-PGR: Physiological Genomics of Maize Nodal Root Growth Under Drought
Reimbursable (R)
  Accession Number: 430571

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
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? -
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 -
BRYOPHYTES AS EXPERIMENTAL MODELS FOR THE STUDY OF ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS TOLERANCE: TORTULA RURALIS AND DESICCATION TOLERANCE IN MOSSES -
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 -
Last Modified: 5/2/2016
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