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2000 (2 articles)↑ Top
1999 (3 articles)↑ Top
  • Wise RP, K Gobelman-Werner, D Pei, CL Dill, PS Schnable (1999) Mitochondrial transcript processing and restoration of male fertility in T-cytoplasm maize. J Hered, 90(3): 380-385.
    [ Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.1093/jhered/90.3.380 | PMID: 10355122 | Cited 71 times ]
  • Wise RP, CR Bronson, PS Schnable, HT Horner (1999) The genetics, pathology, and the molecular biology of T-cytoplasm male sterility in maize. Adv Agron, 65: 79-130.
    [ Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.1016/S0065-2113(08)60911-6 ]
  • Rothschild MF, PS Schnable (1999) Animal and Plant Genomics: Driving the Golden Spike. AgBioTechNet.
1998 (2 articles)↑ Top
1997 (4 articles)↑ Top
  • Xia Y, BJ Nikolau, PS Schnable (1997) Developmental and hormonal regulation of the arabidopsis CER2 gene that codes for a nuclear-localized protein required for the normal accumulation of cuticular waxes. Plant Physiol, 115(3): 925-937.
    [ Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.1104/pp.115.3.92 | PMID: 9390429 | Cited 79 times ]
  • Xu X, CR Dietrich, M Delledonne, Y Xia, TJ Wen, DS Robertson, BJ Nikolau, PS Schnable (1997) Sequence analysis of the cloned glossy8 gene of maize suggests that it may code for a beta-ketoacyl reductase required for the biosynthesis of cuticular waxes. Plant Physiol, 115(2): 501-510.
    [ Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.1104/pp.115.2.501 | PMID: 9342868 | Cited 96 times ]
  • Dill CL, RP Wise, PS Schnable (1997) Rf8 and rf* mediate unique T-urf13-transcript accumulation, revealing a conserved motif associated with RNA processing and restoration of pollen fertility in T-cytoplasm maize. Genetics, 147(3): 1367-1379.
  • Hansen JD, J Pyee, Y Xia, TJ Wen, DS Robertson, PE Kolattukudy, BJ Nikolau, PS Schnable (1997) The glossy1 locus of maize and an epidermis-specific cDNA from Kleinia odora define a class of receptor-like proteins required for the normal accumulation of cuticular waxes. Plant Physiol, 113(4): 1091-1100.
    [ Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.1104/pp.113.4.1091 | PMID: 9112770 | Cited 68 times ]
1996 (4 articles)↑ Top