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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Charles T Hunter
Chemistry Research
Genetics

Phone: (352) 374-5858 ext. ____
Fax: (352) 374-5707

1700 S.W. 23RD DR
GAINESVILLE , FL 32608
Projects
Disease Defense Responses Signaling in Maize
In-House Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 425017

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Seteria viridis as a model for pathogen resistance in the Poaceae -
Investigating the roles of jasmonic acid and cytokinin in maize leaf growth control -
Dissecting a new connection between cytokinin and jasmonic acid in control of leaf growth -
Laboratory techniques in plant molecular biology taught with UniformMu insertion alleles of maize -
Transposon elements in maize white seedling 3, allele w3-8686, w3-kermicle-1 and w3-88-89-3563-33 -
Homogentisate solanesyl transferase (HST) cDNA’s in maize -
Maize white seedling 3 results from disruption of homogentisate solanesyl transferase -
Maize pathogens suppress inducible phytoalexin production to thwart innate plant immunity -
A maize death acid, 10-oxo-11-phytoenoic acid, is the predominant cyclopentenone signal present during multiple stress and developmental conditions -
Christensen, S.A., Huffaker, A., Hunter III, C.T., Alborn, H.T., Schmelz, E. 2016. A maize death acid, 10-oxo-11-phytoenoic acid, is the predominant cyclopentenone signal present during multiple stress and developmental conditions. Plant Signaling and Behavior. 11(2):e1120395.
Over 10,000 new maize mutants added to the uniformMu public resource: now 67,000 total Mu insertions with 42% genome coverage -
A zebra-band phenotype in maize can be suppressed in constant light, and results from mutation of a PPOXlike gene (protophorphyrinogen oxidase IX-like) for porphyrin biosynthesis -
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