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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Prem S Chourey
Imported Fire Ant and Household Insects Research
Collaborator

Phone: (352) 374-5915
Fax: (352) 374-5818

1600 S.W. 23RD DR
GAINESVILLE , FL 32608


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
A comparative glycoproteome study of developing endosperm in the hexose-deficient miniature1 (mn1) seed mutant and its wild type Mn1 in maize -
Proteomic comparison of basal endosperm in maize miniature1 mutant and its wild-type Mn1 -
Silva-Sanchez, C., Chen, S., Zhu, N., Li, Q., Chourey, P.S. 2013. Proteomic comparison of basal endosperm in maize miniature1 mutant and its wild-type Mn1. Frontiers in Plant Science. 4:1-16.
Impaired auxin biosynthesis in the defective endosperm18 mutant is due to mutational loss of expression in the ZmYuc1 gene encoding endosperm-specific YUCCA1 protein in maize. -
Bernardi, J., Lanubile, A., Li, Q., Kumar, D., Kladnick, A., Marocco, A., Chourey, P.S., Cook, S.D., Ross, J.J. 2012. Impaired auxin biosynthesis in the defective endosperm18 mutant is due to mutational loss of expression in the ZmYuc1 gene encoding endosperm-specific YUCCA1 protein in maize.. Plant Physiology. 160:1318-1328.
Pleiotropy and its limited dissection through a metabolic gene Miniature1 (Mn1) that encodes a cell wall invertase in developing seeds of maize. -
Chourey, P.S., Li, Q., Cevallos-Cevallos, J. 2011. Pleiotropy and its limited dissection through a metabolic gene Miniature1 (Mn1) that encodes a cell wall invertase in developing seeds of maize. Plant Science. 184:45-53.
Cytokinins in developing maize caryopsis and their possible role in seed size determination -
Rijavec, T., Li, Q., Dermastia, M., Chourey, P.S. 2012. Cytokinins in developing maize caryopsis and their possible role in seed size determination. Plant Physiology. 13:293-308.
Gene-dose dependent control of seed mass by endosperm-specific Miniature1 (Mn1)-encoded cell wall invertase (CWI), which also affects embryo mass and embryo sugar physiology. -
Discovery of Genes Expressed In Basal Endosperm Transfer Cells in Maize Using 454 Transcriptome Sequencing Reprint Icon -
Xiong, Y., Li, Q., Kang, B., Chourey, P.S. 2011. Discovery of Genes Expressed In Basal Endosperm Transfer Cells in Maize Using 454 Transcriptome Sequencing. Plant Molecular Biology Reporter. 29:835-847.
Spatial and temporal profiles of cytokinin biosynthesis and accumulation in developing caryopsis of maize -
Rijavec, T., Jain, M., Dermastia, M., Chourey, P.S. 2010. Spatial and temporal profiles of cytokinin biosynthesis and accumulation in developing caryopsis of maize. Annals Of Botany. 107:1235–1245.
Sugar - hormone crosstalk in seed development: Two redundant pathways of IAA biosynthesis are regulated differentially in the invertase-deficient miniature1 (mn1) seed mutant in maize -
Chourey, P.S., Li, Q., Kumar, D. 2010. Sugar - hormone crosstalk in seed development: Two redundant pathways of IAA biosynthesis are regulated differentially in the invertase-deficient miniature1 (mn1) seed mutant in maize. Molecular Plant. 3:1026-1036.
Sugar levels regulate tryptophan-dependent auxin biosynthesis in developing maize kernels -
Leclere, S.L., Schmelz, E.A., Chourey, P.S. 2010. Sugar levels regulate tryptophan-dependent auxin biosynthesis in developing maize kernels. Plant Physiology. 153: 306-318.
Short-term high temperature growth conditions during vegetative-to-reproductive phase transition irreversibly compromise cell wall invertase-mediated sucrose catalysis and microspore meiosis in grain sorghum -
Jain, M., Chourey, P.S., Boote, K.J., Allen Jr, L.H. 2010. Short-term high temperature growth conditions during vegetative-to-reproductive phase transition irreversibly compromise cell wall invertase-mediated sucrose catalysis and microspore meiosis in grain sorghum. Journal of Plant Physiology. 167:578-582.
Miniature1-encoded cell wall invertase is essential for assembly and function of wall-in-growth in the maize endosperm transfer cell -
Kang, B., Xiong, Y., Williams, D.S., Diego, P., Chourey, P.S. 2009. Miniature1-encoded cell wall invertase is essential for assembly and function of wall-in-growth in the maize endosperm transfer cell. Plant Physiology. 151:1366-1376.
A comparative study of cytokinins in caryopsis development in the maize miniature 1 seed mutant and its wild type -
Rijavec, T., Kovac, M., Kladnik, A., Chourey, P.S., Dermastia, M. 2009. A comparative study of cytokinins in caryopsis development in the maize miniature 1 seed mutant and its wild type. Journal of Integrative Plant Biology. 51: 840-849.
A cellular study of teosinte Zea mays ssp. parviglumis (Poaceae) caryopsis development showing several processes conserved in maize Reprint Icon -
Dermastia, M., Kladnik, A., Koce, J.D., Chourey, P.S. 2009. A cellular study of teosinte Zea mays ssp. parviglumis (Poaceae) caryopsis development showing several processes conserved in maize. American Journal of Botany. 96(10): 1798-1807.
Cell wall invertase-2 (INCW2) encoded by Miniature-1 (Mn1) gene is associated with wall-in-growths (WIGs) in basal endosperm transfer cells (BETCs) in developing seeds of maize -
Cloning and expression analyses of Sucrose non-fermenting-1-Related Kinase 1 (SnRK1b) gene during development of sorghum and maize endosperm, and its implicated role in sugar-to-starch metabolic transition -
Jain, M., Li, Q., Chourey, P.S. 2008. Cloning and expression analyses of Sucrose non-fermenting-1-Related Kinase 1 (SnRK1b) gene during development of sorghum and maize endosperm, and its implicated role in sugar-to-starch metabolic transition. Physiologia Plantarum. 134:161-173.
The Miniature-1 (Mn1) gene product, cell wall invertase-2 (INCW2), is associated with wall-in-growths (WIGs) is basal endosperm transfer cells (BETCs) in developing seeds of maize -
Altered ethylene levels and ethylene-related transcripts are seen in developing seeds of two sugar mutants in maize -
Expression profiles of cytokinin (CK)genes in the miniature-1 (mn1)-associated genotypes with variable levels if cell wall invertase (CWI)activity in developing seeds of maize -
Cell wall invertase-deficient miniaturel kernels have altered phytohormone levels -
Leclere, S.L., Schmelz, E.A., Chourey, P.S. 2008. Cell wall invertase-deficient miniaturel kernels have altered phytohormone levels. Phytochemistry. 69:692-699.
Effects of season-long high temperature growth conditions on sugar-to-starch metabolism in developing microspores of grain sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L., Moench) -
Jain, M., Prasad, P., Boote, K.J., Allen Jr, L.H., Chourey, P.S. 2007. Effects of season-long high temperature growth conditions on sugar-to-starch metabolism in developing microspores of grain sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L., Moench). Planta. 227:67-79.
A metabolic flux analysis to study the role of sucrose synthase in the regulation of the carbon partitioning in central metabolsim in maize root tips -
Alonso, A.P., Raymond, P., Hernould, M., Rondeau-Mouro, C., De Graaf, A., Chourey, P.S., Lahaye, M., Shachar-Hill, Y., Rolin, D., Dieuaide-Noubhani, M. 2007. A metabolic flux analysis to study the role of sucrose synthase in the regulation of the carbon partitioning in central metabolsim in maize root tips. Metabolic Engineering. 9:419-432.
Phenolic compounds accumulate specifically in maternally-derived tissues of developing maize kernels -
Leclere, S.L., Schmelz, E.A., Chourey, P.S. 2007. Phenolic compounds accumulate specifically in maternally-derived tissues of developing maize kernels. Cereal Chemistry. 84(4):350-356.
Expression of cell wall invertase and several other genes of sugar metabolism in relation to seed development in sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) -
Mukesh, J., Chourey, P.S., Li, Q., Pring, D.R. 2008. Expression of cell wall invertase and several other genes of sugar metabolism in relation to seed development in sorghum (Sorghum bicolor). Journal of Plant Physiology. 165(3): 331-344.
FRAGMENTS OF ATP SYNTHASE MEDIATE PLANT PERCEPTION OF INSECT ATTACK. -
Schmelz, E.A., Carroll, M.J., LeClere, S.L., Phipps, S.M., Meredith, J.A., Chourey, P.S., Alborn, H.T., Teal, P.E. 2006. Fragments of ATP synthase mediate plant perception of insect attack. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 103(23):8894-8899.
DEVELOPMENT OF THE ENDOSPERM OF SORGHUM BICOLOR DURING THE ENDOREDUPLICATION-ASSOCIATED GROWTH PHASE -
Kladnik, A., Chourey, P.S., Pring, D.R., Dermastia, M. 2005. Development of the endosperm of sorghum bicolor during the endoreduplication-associated growth phase. Journal of Cereal Science. 43:209-215.
THE DELAYED INITIATION AND SLOW ELONGATION OF FUZZ-LIKE SHORT FIBRE CELLS IN RELATION TO ALTERED PATTERNS OF SUCROSE SYNTHASE EXPRESSION AND PLASMODESMATA GATING IN A LINTLESS MUTANT OF COTTON -
Ruan, Y., Llewellyn, D.J., Furbank, R.T., Chourey, P.S. 2005. The delayed initiation and slow elongation of fuzz-like short fibre cells in relation to altered patterns of sucrose synthase expression and plasmodesmata gating in a lintless mutant of cotton. Journal of Experimental Botany. 56(413):977-984.
GENETIC CONTROL OF CELL WALL INVERTASES IN DEVELOPING ENDOSPERM OF MAIZE -
Chourey, P.S., Jain, M., Li, Q., Carlson, S.J. 2005. Genetic control of cell wall invertases in developing endosperm of maize. Planta. 223:159-167.
IN SITU DETECTION OF PROGRAMMED CELL DEATH IN MAIZE CARYOPSIS -
Kladnik, A., Chamusco, K., Chourey, P.S. 2005. Dermastia, M. In situ detection of programmed cell death in maize caryopsis. Periodicum Biologorum. 107(1):11-16.
EVIDENCE OF PROGRAMMED CELL DEATH IN POST-PHLOEM TRANSPORT CELLS OF THE MATERNAL PEDICEL TISSUE IN DEVELOPING CARYOPSIS OF MAIZE. -
Kladnik, A., Chamusco, K., Dermastia, M., Chourey, P.S. 2004. Evidence of programmed cell death in post-phloem transport cells of the maternal pedicel tissue in developing caryopsis of maize.. Plant Physiology. 136:3572-3581
CARBON PARTITIONING IN DEVELOPING SEED -
)Ruan, Y., Chourey, P.S. 2006. Carbon partitioning in development seeds. In Handbook of Seed Science and Technology; eds. AS Basra, The Food Product Press of the Hawthorn Press Inc., pp.125-152 (Peer Reviewed Book Chapter). 2006.
Sucrose synthase isozyme SUS1 is preferentially localized in the endopolyploid outer cells of the maize root tip. -
Kladnik, A., Vilhar, B., Chourey, P.S., Dermastia, M. 2003. Sucrose synthase isozyme SUS1 is preferentially localized in the endopolyploid outer cells of the maize root tip.. Canadian Journal of Botany. 82(1):96-103.
Cytometrical evidence that the lossof seed weight in the minature 1 seed mutant of maize associated with reduced mitotic activity in the developing endosperm -
Vilhar, B., Kladnik, A., Blejec, A., Chourey, P.S., Dermastia, M. 2002. Cytometrical evidence that the lossof seed weight in the minature 1 seed mutant of maize associated with reduced mitotic activity in the developing endosperm. Plant Physiology. 129:23-30.
GENE EXPRESSION STUDIES ON DEVELOPING KERNELS OF MAIZE SUCROSE SYNTHASE (SUSY) MUTANTS SHOW EVIDENCE FOR A THIRD SUSY GENE. -
EXPRESSION OF CELL WALL INVERTASE FROM MAIZE CELL SUSPENSION CULTURE AFTER A LONG TERM CHELATION OF EXTRACELLULAR CALCIUM. -
CHARACTERIZATION OF TWO MEMBERS OF THE MAIZE GENE FAMILY, INCW3 AND INCW4, ENCODING CELL WALL INVERTASES. -
A SINGLE AMINO ACID SUBSTITUTION IN AN EMS-INDUCED MUTATION OF THE MAIZE MINIATURE1 SEED LOCUS LEADS TO REDUCED LEVELS OF THE ENCODED CELL WALL INVERTASE2 (INCW2) PROTEIN, BUT NOT THE CORRESPONDING RNA -
METABOLITE ANALYSES OF A DOUBLE MUTANT OF SUCROSE SYNTHASE (SUSY) GENES IN A DEVELOPING ENDOSPERM -
GENETIC EVIDENCE THAT THE INVERTASE-MEDIATED RELEASE OF HEXOSES IS A CRITICAL FUNCTION FOR THE NORMAL DEVELOPMENT OF SEED IN MAIZE. -
A FIBERLESS SEED (FLS) MUTATION IN COTTON IS ASSOCIATED WITH LACK OF FIBER CELL INITIATION IN OVULE EPIDERMIS, LOSS OF SUCROSE SYNTHASE EXPRESSION ANDALTERED CARBON PARTITIONING IN DEVELOPING SEEDS. -
ISOLATION, CHARACTERIZATION AND EXPRESSION ANALYSES OF TWO CELL WALL INVERTASE GENES IN MAIZE. -
GENETIC EVIDENCE THAT THE TWO ISOZYMES OF SUCROSE SYNTHASE ARE CRITICAL, ONE FOR CELL WALL INTEGRITY AND THE OTHER FOR STARCH BIOSYNTHESIS IN DEVELOPING ENDOSPERM OF MAIZE. -
EVIDENCE OF THE CRITICAL ROLE OF SUCROSE SYNTHASE FOR ANOXIC TOLERANCE OF MAIZE ROOTS USING A DOUBLE MUTANT -
CLONING OF A NOVEL ENDOSPERM-SPECIFIC PROTEIN WITH PARTIAL SEQUENCE HOMOLOGY TO A POLLEN SURFACE PROTEIN -
THE DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF SUCROSE SYNTHASE IN RELATION TO DIVERSE PATTERNS OF CARBON PARTITIONING IN DEVELOPING COTTON SEED -
THE MINIATURE 1 SEED LOCUS OF MAIZE ENCODES A CELL WALL INVERTASE REQUIRED FOR NORMAL DEVELOPMENT OF ENDOSPERM AND MATERNAL CELLS IN THE PEDICEL. -
EVIDENCE FOR PLASMA MEMBRANE ASSOCIATED FORMS OF SUCROSE SYNTHASE IN MAIZE -
SUCROSE PHOSPHATE SYNTHASE EXPRESSION AT THE CELL AND TISSUE LEVEL IS COORDINATED WITH SUCROSE SINK-TO-SOURCE TRANSITIONS IN MAIZE LEAVES. -
CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF FULL LENGTH CDNA ENCODING CELL-WALL INVERTASE FROM MAIZE (ZEA MAYS L.) -
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