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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Autar Mattoo
Plant Physiologist


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Toward a longer shelf life of tomato fruit -
Enhancement of phytochemical using next generation technologies for the production of high quality fruits and vegetables -
Pathogenesis-related protein 1b1 (PR1b1) is a major tomato fruit protein responsive to chilling temperature and upregulated in high polyamine transgenic genotypes -
Goyal, R.K., Fatima, T., Topuz, M., Bernadec, A., Sicher Jr, R.C., Handa, A.K., Mattoo, A.K. 2016. Pathogenesis-related protein 1b1 (PR1b1) is a major tomato fruit protein responsive to chilling temperature and upregulated in high polyamine transgenic genotypes . Frontiers in Plant Science. 7:901. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2016.00901
Enhancement of phytochemicals using next generation technologies for the production of high quality fruits and vegetables -
Fruit metabolite networks in engineered and non-engineered tomato genotypes reveal fluidity in a hormone and agroecosystem specific manner -
Fatima, T., Sobolev, A., Teasdale, J.R., Kramer, M.H., Bunce, J.A., Handa, A.K., Mattoo, A.K. 2016. Fruit metabolite networks in engineered and non-engineered tomato genotypes reveal fluidity in a hormone and agroecosystem specific manner. Metabolomics. 12:103.
Plant antimicrobial peptides -
Mattoo, A.K., Goyal, R.K. 2016. Plant antimicrobial peptides. Book Chapter. doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-32949-9.
Seed dormancy is modulated in recently evolved chlorsulfuron-resistant Turkish biotypes of wild mustard (sinapis arvensis) -
Topuz, M., Nemli, Y., Fatima, T., Mattoo, A.K. 2015. Seed dormancy is modulated in recently evolved chlorsulfuron-resistant Turkish biotypes of wild mustard (sinapis arvensis). Frontiers in Chemistry. 3:46.
Abiotic stress in crops: candidate genes, osmolytes, polyamines and biotechnological intervention -
Mattoo, A.K., Upadhyay, R.K., Rudrabhatla, S. 2015. In: Pandey, G.K., editor. Abiotic stress in crops: candidate genes, osmolytes, polyamines and biotechnological intervention. Elucidation of Abiotic Stress Signalling in Plants: Functional Genomics Perspective. New York, NY: Springer Scientific and Business Media. 2:415-437.
Polyamines in plants: biosynthesis from arginine, and metabolic, physiological, and stress-response roles -
Mattoo, A.K., Fatima, T., Upadhyay, R.K., Handa, A.K. 2015. Polyamines in plants: biosynthesis from arginine, and metabolic, physiological, and stress-response roles. In: D'Mello, F., editor. Amino Acids in Higher Plants. Boston, MA: CAB International United Kingdom. 10:171-194.
Genetic introgression of ethylene-suppressed, long shelf-life transgenic tomatoes with higher-polyamines trait overcomes many unintended effects due to reduced ethylene on metabolome -
Sobolev, A.P., Neelam, A., Fatima, T., Shukla, V., Handa, A.K., Mattoo, A.K. 2014. Genetic introgression of ethylene-suppressed, long shelf-life transgenic tomatoes with higher-polyamines trait overcomes many unintended effects due to reduced ethylene on metabolome. Frontiers in Plant Science. 5:632. DOI:10.3389/fpls.2014.00632.
Polyamine interactions with plant hormones: crosstalk at several levels -
Anwar, R., Mattoo, A.K., Handa, A. 2015. Polyamine interactions with plant hormones: crosstalk at several levels. In: Kusano, T., Suzuki, H., editors. Polyamines: A Universal Molecular Nexus for Growth, Survival and Specialised Metabolism. New York, NY: Springer Verlag. 22:267-302.
Multitasking antimicrobial peptides, plant development, and host defense against biotic/abiotic stress -
Goyal, R.K., Mattoo, A.K. 2014. Multitasking antimicrobial peptides, plant development, and host defense against biotic/abiotic stress. Plant Science. DOI:10.1016/j.plantsci.2014.05.012.
Translational research in agricultural biology - enhancing crop resistivity against environmental stress alongside nutritional quality Reprint Icon -
Mattoo, A.K. 2014. Translational research in agricultural biology - enhancing crop resistivity against environmental stress alongside nutritional quality. Frontiers in Chemistry. 2(30):1-9. DOI: 10.3389/fchem.2014.00030.
Fruit ripening: physiology, signalling and genomics -
Nath, P., Bouzayen, M., Mattoo, A.K., Pech, J. 2014. Fruit ripening: physiology, signalling and genomics. CABI(Council of Applied Biology International, Oxford, United Kingdom. ISBN-13:9781845939625.
Agricultural biology in the 3rd millennium: nutritional food security & specialty crops through sustainable agriculture and biotechnology -
Mattoo, A.K. 2013. Agricultural biology in the 3rd millennium: nutritional food security & specialty crops through sustainable agriculture and biotechnology. CSIR -National Botanical Research Institute Diamond Jubilee Commemoration Volume. Plant Science. 9-14.
Expression of an engineered heterologous antimicrobial peptide in potato alters plant development and mitigates normal abiotic and biotic responses Reprint Icon -
Goyal, R.K., Hancock, R.E., Mattoo, A.K., Misra, S. 2013. Expression of an engineered heterologous antimicrobial peptide in potato alters plant development and mitigates normal abiotic and biotic responses. PLoS One. 8(10):e77505. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0077505.
Developing robust crop plants for sustaining growth and yield under adverse climatic changes -
Shukla, V., Mattoo, A.K. 2014. Developing robust crop plants for sustaining growth and yield under adverse climatic changes. In: Tuteja, N., Gill, S.S., editors. Climate Change and Abiotic Stress Tolerance. Wiley-VCH. p. 27-56.
Mutation of Photosystem II D1 protein that empower efficient phenotypes of Chlamydomonas Reinhardtii under extreme environment in space -
Giardi, M.T., Rea, G., Lambreva, M., Antonacci, A., Pastorelli, S., Bertalan, I., Johanningmeier, U., Mattoo, A.K. 2013. Mutation of Photosystem II D1 protein that empower efficient phenotypes of Chlamydomonas Reinhardtii under extreme environment in space. PLoS One. 8(5):e64352.
Target of rapamycin signaling regulates metabolism, growth, and lifespan in Arabidopsis -
Ren, M., Venglat, P., Qiu, S., Feng, L., Cao, Y., Wang, E., Xiang, D., Wang, J., Alexander, D., Chalivendra, S., Logan, D., Mattoo, A.K., Selvaraj, G., Datla, R. 2012. Target of rapamycin signaling regulates metabolism, growth, and lifespan in Arabidopsis. The Plant Cell. 24:4850-4874.
Tomato response to legume cover crop and nitrogen: differing enhancement patterns of fruit yield, photosynthesis and gene expression -
Fatima, T., Teasdale, J.R., Bunce, J.A., Mattoo, A.K. 2012. Tomato response to legume cover crop and nitrogen: differing enhancement patterns of fruit yield, photosynthesis and gene expression. Functional Plant Biology. 39:246-254.
Polyamines attenuate ethylene-mediated defense responses to abrogate resistance to Botrytis cinerea in tomato -
Nambeesan, S., Abuqamar, S., Mattoo, A.K., Laluk, K., Mickelbart, M.V., Ferruzzi, M.G., Mengiste, T., Handa, A.K. 2011. Polyamines attenuate ethylene-mediated defense responses to abrogate resistance to Botrytis cinerea in tomato. Plant Physiology. 158:1034-1045.
Features of a unique intronless cluster of class I small heat shock protein genes in tandem with box C/D snoRNA genes on chromosome 6 in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) -
Goyal, R.K., Kumar, V., Shukla, V., Mattoo, R., Yongsheng, L., Chung, S.H., Giovannoni, J.J., Mattoo, A.K. 2012. Features of a unique intronless cluster of class I small heat shock protein genes in tandem with box C/D snoRNA genes on chromosome 6 in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum). Planta. 235(3):453-471.
Methyl jasmonate deficiency alters cellular metabolome including the aminome of tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) fruit -
Kausch, K.D., Sobolev, A.P., Goyal, R.K., Fatima, T., Laila-Beevi, R., Saftner, R.A., Handa, A.K., Mattoo, A.K. 2011. Methyl jasmonate deficiency alters cellular metabolome including the aminome of tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) fruit. Amino Acids. 42:843-856.
The formation of ACC and competition between polyamines and ethylene for SAM -
Harpaz-Saad, S., Yoon, G.M., Mattoo, A.K., Keiber, J.J. 2012. The formation of ACC and competition between polyamines and ethylene for SAM. Annual Plant Reviews. 44:53-81.
Polyamine spermidine is an upstream negator of ethylene-regulated pathogenesis of botrytis cinerea in tomato leaf -
Handa, A.K., Nambeesan, S., Mengiste, T., Laluk, K., Abuqamar, S., Mattoo, A.K. 2011. Polyamine spermidine is an upstream negator of ethylene-regulated pathogenesis of botrytis cinerea in tomato leaf. Acta Horticulturae. 914:109-112.
Maturity and Ripening-Stage Specific Modulation of Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) Fruit Transcriptome -
Srivastava, A., Aditya, G.K., Datsenka, T., Mattoo, A.K., Handa, A.K. 2010. Maturity and Ripening-Stage Specific Modulation of Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) Fruit Transcriptome. GM Crops. 1(4):237-249.
Methionine as a Precursor of Ethylene—Commentary -
Mattoo, A.K., Anderson, J.D. 2010. Nomination of the Lieberman et al. (1966) paper for inclusion in Plant Physiology 25,000th Article Classics Collection. Plant Physiology. www.plantphysiol.org/cgi/doi/10.1104/pp.110.160374.
Overexpression of yeast spermidine synthase impacts ripening, senescence and decay symptoms in tomato -
Nambeesan, S., Datsenka, T., Ferruzzi, M.G., Malladi, A., Mattoo, A.K., Handa, A.K. 2010. Overexpression of yeast spermidine synthase impacts ripening, senescence and decay symptoms in tomato. Plant Journal. 63:836-847.
Differential and functional interactions emphasize the multiple roles of polyamines in plants -
Handa, A.K., Mattoo, A.K. 2010. Differential and functional interactions emphasize the multiple roles of polyamines in plants. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry. 48:540-546.
NMR-Metabolic Methodology in the Study of GM Foods -
Sobolev, A.P., Capitani, D., Giannino, D., Nicolodi, C., Testone, G., Santoro, F., Frugis, G., Iannelli, M.A., Mattoo, A.K., Brosio, E., Gianferri, R., Amico, I.D., Mannina, L. 2010. NMR-Metabolic Methodology in the Study of GM Foods. Nutrients. 2:1-15.
Polyamines and cellular metabolism in plants: Transgenic approaches reveal different responses to diamine putrescine versus higher polyamines spermidine and spermine Reprint Icon -
Mattoo, A.K., Minoch, S., Minocha, R., Handa, A.K. 2009. Polyamines and cellular metabolism in plants: Transgenic approaches reveal different responses to diamine putrescine versus higher polyamines spermidine and spermine. Amino Acids. Available: http://www.springerlink.com/content/05h3202610227w87/fulltext.html
Potential for engineering horticultural crops with high-antioxidant capacity -
Shukla, V., Mattoo, A.K. 2009. Potential for engineering horticultural crops with high-antioxidant capacity. CAB Reviews: Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Nutrition and Natural Resources. 4(066):1-22.
Genetic Engineering to Enhance Crop-Based Phytonutrients (Nutraceuticals) to Alleviate Diet-Related Diseases -
Mattoo, A.K., Shukla, V., Fatima, T., Handa, A.K., Yachha, S.K. 2010. Genetic Engineering to Enhance Crop-Based Phytonutrients (Nutraceuticals) to Alleviate Diet-Related Diseases. In: Giardi, M.T., Rea, G., and Berra, B., editors. Bio-Farms for Nutraceuticals: Functional Food and Safety Control by Biosensors. Austin, TX: Landes Bioscience, Springer. p. 122-143.
Nitric oxide (N0) donor-mediated inhibition of phosphorylation shows that light-mediated degradation of photosystem II D1 protein and phosphorylation are not tightly linked Reprint Icon -
Booij, I.S., Edelman, M., Mattoo, A.K. 2009. Nitric oxide (N0) donor-mediated inhibition of phosphorylation shows that light-mediated degradation of photosystem II D1 protein and phosphorylation are not tightly linked. Planta. 229:1347-1352.
Absence of the major light harvesting antenna proteins alters the redox properties of photosystem II reaction centres in the chlorine F2 mutant of barley Reprint Icon -
Krol, M., Ivanov, A., Booij, I.S., Mattoo, A.K., Sane, P.V., Huner, N.P. 2009. Absence of the major light harvesting antenna proteins alters the redox properties of photosystem II reaction centres in the chlorine F2 mutant of barley. Biochemistry and Cell Biology. 87:557-566.
Biotechnological interventions to improve plant developmental traits -
Handa, A.K., Srivastava, A., Deng, Z., Gaffe, J., Arora, A., Tiznado-Hernandez, M., Goyal, R., Malladi, A., Negi, P., Mattoo, A.K. 2010. Biotechnological interventions to improve plant developmental traits. In: Kole, C., Michler, C.H., Abbott, A.G., Hall, T.C., editors. Transgenic Crop Plants. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer-Verlag. p. 199-248.
Ecological and genetic systems underlying sustainable horticulture -
Mattoo, A.K., Teasdale, J.R. 2010. Ecological and genetic systems underlying sustainable horticulture. Horticultural Reviews. 37:331-362.
D1-protein dynamics in photosystem II: the lingering enigma -
Edelman, M., Mattoo, A.K. 2008. D1-protein dynamics in photosystem II: the lingering enigma. Photosynthesis Research. 98:609-620.
S-NITROSYLATED PROTEINS OF A MEDICINAL, CAM PLANT KALANCHOE PINNATA: RIBULOSE-1, 5-BISPHOSPATE CARBOXYLASE/OXYGENASE ACTIVITY TARGETED FOR INHIBITION -
Abat, J.K., Mattoo, A.K., Deswal, R. 2008. S-nitrosylated proteins of a medicinal, cam plant kalanchoe pinnata: ribulose-1, 5-bisphospate carboxylase/oxygenase activity targeted for inhibition. FEBS Journal. 275:2862-2872.
A FIELD-GROWN TRANSGENIC TOMATO LINE EXPRESSING POLYAMINES REVEALS LEGUME COVER CROP MULCH-SPECIFIC PERTUBATIONS IN FRUIT PHENOTYPE AT THE LEVELS OF METABOLITE PROFILES, GENE EXPRESSION AND AGRONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS -
Neelam, A., Cassol, T., Mehta, R.A., Abdul Baki, A.A., Sobolev, A., Goyal, R.K., Abbott, J.A., Segre, A.L., Handa, A.K., Mattoo, A.K. 2008. A field-grown transgenic tomato line expressing polyamines reveals legume cover crop mulch-specific pertubations in fruit phenotype at the levels of metabolite profiles, gene expression and agronomic characteristics. Journal of Experimental Botany. 59:2337-2346.
HIGHER POLYAMINES RESTORE AND INVIGORATE METABOLIC MEMORY IN RIPENING FRUIT -
Mattoo, A.K., Handa, A.K. 2008. Higher polyamines restore and invigorate metabolic memory in ripening fruit. Plant Science. 174: 386–393.
GENETIC MANIPULATION OF VEGETABLE CROPS TO ALLEVIATE DIET-RELATED DISEASES -
Mattoo, A.K., Yachha, S.K., Fatima, T. 2008. Genetic manipulation of vegetable crops to alleviate diet-related diseases. In: Tomas-Barberan, F.A., Gil, M.I., editors. Improving the Health-Promoting Properties of Fruit and Vegetable Products. Cambridge, MA: CRC Press, Woodhead Publishing, Ltd. p. 326-345.
SUCROSE NON-FERMENTING 1-RELATED PROTEIN KINASE 2 (SNRK2): A FAMILY OF PROTEIN KINASES INVOLVED IN HYPEROSMOTIC STRESS SIGNALING -
Shukla, V., Mattoo, A.K. 2008. Sucrose non-fermenting 1-related protein kinase 2 (snrk2): a family of protein kinases involved in hyperosmotic stress signaling. Physiology and Molecular Biology of Plants. 14:91-100.
Polyamines and regulation of ripening and senescence -
Nambeesan, S., Handa, A.K., Mattoo, A.K. 2008. Polyamines and regulation of ripening and senescence. In: Paliyath, G., Murr, D.P., Handa, A.K., Lurie, S., editors. Postharvest Biology and Technology of Fruits, Vegetables and Flowers. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing. p. 319-340.
Tailoring of plants via genetic engineering: Tomato -
Fatima, T., Rivera-Dominguez, M., Troncoso-Rojas, R., Tiznado-Hernandez, M., Handa, A.K., Mattoo, A.K. 2008. Tailoring of plants via genetic engineering: Tomato. In: Kole, C., Hall, T.C., editors. Compendium of Transgenic Crop Plants. Volume 6. West Sussex, UK: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing. p. 1-45.
OVER-ACCUMULATION OF HIGHER POLYAMINES IN RIPENING TRANSGENIC TOMATO FRUIT REVIVES METABOLIC MEMORY, UPREGULATES ANABOLISM-RELATED GENES, AND POSITIVELY IMPACTS NUTRITIONAL QUALITY -
Mattoo, A.K., Chung, S.H., Goyal, R.K., Fatima, T., Srivastava, A., Solomos, T., Handa, A. 2007. Over-accumulation of higher polyamines in ripening transgenic tomato fruit revives metabolic memory, upregulates anabolism-related genes, and positively impacts nutritional quality. Journal of Association of Official Analytical Chemists International. 90(5):1456-1464.
POLYAMINES AS ANABOLIC GROWTH REGULATORS REVEALED BY TRANSCRIPTOME ANALYSIS AND METABOLITE PROFILES OF TOMATO FRUITS ENGINEERED TO ACCUMULATE SPERMIDINE AND SPERMINE -
Mattoo, A.K., Srivastava, A., Chung, S.H., Fatima, T., Datsenka, T., Handa, A. 2007. Polyamines as anabolic growth regulators revealed by transcriptome analysis and metabolite profiles of tomato fruits engineered to accumulate spermidine and spermine. Plant Biotechnology Journal. 24:57-70.
GENETIC IMPROVEMENT OF SOLANACEOUS CROPS, VOLUME II: TOMATO -
Mattoo, A.K., Razdan, M. 2008. Genetic improvement of solanaceous crops, volume ii: tomato. Genetic Improvement of Solanaceous Crops, Vol 2: Tomato. Enfield, NH:Science Publishers, Inc. p. 1-637.
NMR SPECTROSCOPY BASED METABOLITE PROFILES OF TRANSGENIC TOMATO FRUIT ENGINEERED TO ACCUMULATE POLYAMINES SPERMIDINE AND SPERMINE REVEAL ENHANCED Anabolic NITROGEN-CARBON INTERACTIONS -
Mattoo, A.K., Sobolev, A.P., Neelam, A., Goyal, R.K., Handa, A.K., Segre, A.L. 2006. Nmr spectroscopy based metabolite profiles of transgenic tomato fruit engineered to accumulate polyamines spermidine and spermine reveal enhanced anabolic nitrogen-carbon interactions. Plant Physiology. 142:1759-1770.
NUTRITIONAL ENHANCEMENT OF CROPS VIA GENETIC ENGINEERING: PROSPECTS FOR HUMAN HEALTH AND FUTURE AGRICULTURE -
Mattoo, A.K. 2006. Nutritional enhancement of crops via genetic engineering: prospects for human health and future agriculture. In: Proceedings of the International Crop Science Congress, July 24-30, 2006, Bangkok, Thailand.
PHOTOPROTECTION, PHOTOINHIBITION, GENE REGULATION, AND ENVIRONMENT -
Demmig-Adams, B., Adams, W.W., Mattoo, A.K. 2006. Photoprotection, photoinhibition, gene regulation, and environment. Springer, Germany, 380 p.
CLEAVAGE OF THE CARBOXYL-TERMINUS OF LEACS2, A TOMATO 1-AMINOCYCLOPROPANE-1-CARBOXYLIC ACID SYNTHASE ISOMER, BY A 64-KDA TOMATO METALLOPROTEASE PRODUCES A TRUNCATED BUT ACTIVE ENZYME -
Li, J., Qi, R., Hu, L., Mattoo, A.K., Li, N. 2005. Cleavage of the carboxyl-terminus of leacs2, a tomato 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid synthase isomer, by a 64-kda tomato metalloprotease produces a truncated but active enzyme. Journal of Integrative Plant Biology. 47:1352-1363.
THE D1 PROTEIN: PAST AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVES -
CROP GENETIC RESPONSES TO MANAGEMENT: EVIDENCE FOR ROOT-TO-LEAF COMMUNICATIONS -
Mattoo, A.K., Abdul Baki, A.A. 2006. Crop genetic responses to management: evidence for root-shoot communications. In: Taylor & Francis Group, editors. Biological Approaches to Sustainable Soil Systems. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press. Chapter 15, p. 222-228.
COVER CROP RESIDUES ENHANCE GROWTH, IMPROVE YIELD, AND DELAY LEAF SENESCENCE IN GREENHHOUSE-GROWN TOMATOES -
Kumar, V., Abdul Baki, A.A., Anderson, J.D., Mattoo, A.K. 2005. Cover crop residues enhance growth, improve yield, and delay leaf senescence in greenhhouse-grown tomatoes. Hortscience. 40:1307-11.
GENETIC IMPROVEMENT OF SOLANACEOUS CROPS VOLUME I:POTATO -
Razdan, M.K., Mattoo, A.K. 2005. Genetic improvement of solanaceous crops Volume I:Potato. Enfield, NH: Science Publishers, Inc. 451 pgs.
UPREGULATION OF A PSII CORE PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE INHIBITOR AND SUSTAINED D1 PHOSPHORYLATION IN ZEAXANTHIN-RETAINING, PHOTOINHIBITED NEEDLES OF OVERWINTERING DOUGLAS FIR -
Ebbert, V., Adams, W.W., Mattoo, A.K., Sokolenko, A., Demmig-Adams, B. 2005. Upregulation of a psii core protein phosphatase inhibitor and sustained d1 phosphorylation in zeaxanthin-retaining, photoinhibited needles of overwintering douglas fir. Plant Cell and Environment. 28:232-240.
DELAYED SENESCENCE AND REDUCED DISEASE SEVERITY IN COVER CROP MULCH-CULTIVATED TOMATO PLANTS IS LINKED TO ACCUMULATION OF SPECIFIC GENE PRODUCTS -
Kumar, V., Mills, D. J., Anderson, J. D., and Mattoo, A. K. 2004. An alternative agriculture system is defined bhy a distinct expression profile of select gene transcripts and proteins. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 101:10535-10540.
BIOTECHNOLOGY IN THE CONTEXT OF DEVELOPING NATIONS -
Mattoo, A.K. 2004. Biotechnology in the context of developing nations. In: Munshi, M., and Sopory, S.K., editors. Biotechnology. Applications and Careers. New Delhi: Viva Books Private Ltd. p. 34-35.
STARCH-SUGAR METABOLISM IN POTATO (SOLANUM TUBEROSUM)TUBERS IN RESPONSE TO TEMPERATURE VARIATIONS. -
Solomos, T., Mattoo, A.K. 2005. Starch-sugar metabolism in potato (solanum tuberosum) tubers in response to temperature variations. In: Razdan, M., Mattoo, A. Genetic Improvement of Solonaceous Crops: Volume I. Enfield, NH, Science Publishers, Inc. pp. 209-234.
THIOL-ACTIVATED SERINE PROTEINASES FROM NYMPHAL HEMOLYMPH OF THE AFRICAN MIGRATORY LOCUST, LOCUSTA MIGRATORIA MIGRATORIOIDES -
Hanzon, J., Smirnoff, P., Applebaum, S.W., Mattoo, A.K., and Birk, Y. 2003. Thiol-activated serine proteinases from nymphal hemolymph of the African migratory locust, Locusta migratoria migratorioides. Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 410:83-88.
DELAYED SENESCENCE AND DISEASE TOLERANCE OF TOMATO PLANTS CULTIVATED IN COVER CROP MULCH CORRELATES WITH ACCUMULATION OF SPECIFIC GENE PRODUCTS -
Kumar, V., Mills, D.J., Anderson, J.D., Mattoo, A.K. 2004. Delayed senescence and disease tolerance of tomato plants cultivated in cover crop mulch correlates with accumulation of specific gene products. Acta Horticulturae. 638:497-502.
ETHYLENE SIGNALING IN PLANT CELL DEATH -
Mattoo, A.K., and Handa, A.K. 2004. Ethylene signaling in plant cell death. In: Nooden, L., editor. Plant Cell Death Processes, New York: Academic Press. p. 125-142.
A MOLECULAR BASIS FOR DELAYED FOLIAR SENESCENCE AND TOLERANCE TO FOLIAR DISEASES IN TOMATO PLANTS CULTIVATED IN A HAIRY VETCH BASED ALTERNATIVE AGRICULTURE SYSTEM -
Kumar, V., Mills, D.J., Anderson, J.D., and Mattoo, A.K. 2004. An alternative agriculture system is defined by a distinct expression profile of select gene transcripts and proteins. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 101:10535-10540.
ETHYLENE REGULATION OF ABSCISSION: FROM RECEPTOR TO TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS. -
Tucker, M.L., Whitelaw, C.A., Lyssenko, N.N., and Mattoo, A.K. 2003. Reduced expression of the LeETR1 transcript in tomato results in delayed abscission, shorter internodes and reduced auxin movement. In: M. Vendrell, H. Klee, J.C. Pech and F. Romojaro, editors. Biology and Biotechnology of the Plant Hormone Ethylene III. Amsterdam: IOS Press. p. 21-26.
LESSONS ONE CAN LEARN FROM STUDYING TRANSGENIC TOMATOES THAT ACCUMULATE HIGHER POLYAMINES IN A RIPENING-SPECIFIC MANNER -
Mattoo, A.K., Cassol, T., Mehta, R.A., Goyal, R., Neelam, A., Chung, S.-H., Kumar, V., and Handa, A. 2003. Lessons one can learn from studying transgenic tomatoes that accumulate higher polyamines in a ripening-specific manner. In: M. Vendrell, H. Klee, J.C. Pech and F. Romojaro, editors. Biology and Biotechnology of the Plant Hormone Ethylene III. Amsterdam:IOS Press. p. 359-364.
DELAYED ABSCISSION AND SHORTER INTERNODES CORRELATE WITH A REDUCTION IN THE ETHYLENE RECEPTOR LEFTRI TRANSCRIPT IN TRANSGENIC TOMATO. -
EFFECT OF MCP ON APPLE FRUIT RIPENING AND SCALD DEVELOPMENT -
CALCIUM DEPENDENT PROTEIN KINASE PHOSPHORYLATES THE D1 PHOTOSYSTEM II REACTION CENTER PROTEIN -
CHARACTERISTICS OF D1 PHOTOSYSTEM II REACTION CENTER PROTEIN PHOSPHORYLATION: IDENTIFICATION OF A CALCIUM DEPENDENT PROTEIN KINASE -
MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF TOMATO FRUIT ENGINEERED TO ACCUMULATE POLYAMINES DURING RIPENING -
PROTEIN PROFILING OF TOMATO PLANTS THAT DEMONSTRATE DISEASE TOLERANCE AND DELAYED DEFOLIATION UNDER COVER CROP MULCH CULTIVATION -
THE IDENTIFICATION, CHARACTERIZATION AND CLONING OF A CDPK THAT PHOSPHORYLATES D1 PSII REACTION CENTER PROTEIN -
POST-HARVEST SCIENCE TOWARD THE THIRD MILLENIUM -
ULTRAVIOLET-B RADIATION DAMAGE IN PLANTS: TURNOVER OF THE PSII REACTION CENTER HETERODIMER IN ARABIDOPSIS MUTANTS ALTERED IN PHENOLIC METABOLISM -
BIOTECHNOLOGY IN THE MANAGEMENT OF ABIOTIC STRESSES -
OBITUARY - AKIRA WATANABE, PROFESSOR OF ENVIRONMENTAL PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AT THE DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO -
MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF TOMATO FRUIT ENGINEERED TO ACCUMULATE POLYAMINES DURING RIPENING -
GENE EXPRESSION IN TOMATO FRUIT ENGINEERED TO ACCUMULATE POLYAMINES DURING RIPENING -
ULTRAVIOLET-B RADIATION DAMAGE IN PLANTS: TURNOVER OF PSII D1-D2 HETERODIMER IN ARABIDOPSIS MUTANTS -
VARYING DEGREES OF SEXUAL DIMORPHISM IN THE EXPRESSION OF PHEROMONE BINDINGPROTEINS (PBPS) IN DIFFERENT MOTH SPECIES SUGGESTS MULTIPLE ROLES FOR PBPS IN ODOR DETECTION -
DYNAMIC METABOLISM OF PHOTOSYSTEM II REACTION CENTER PROTEINS AND PIGMENTS -
TOMATO FRUITS TRANSFORMED WITH THE YEAST SAMDC GENE ACCUMULATE SPERMIDINE AND LYCOPENE -
CROSS-TALK BETWEEN POLYAMINES AND ETHYLENE IN TOMATO FRUITS EXPRESSING THE YEAST SAMDC GENE -
IN PURSUIT OF SCRUMPTIOUS PRODUCE -
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