PLANT JOURNAL

DOF transcription factor AtDof1.1 (OBP2) is part of a regulatory network controlling glucosinolate biosynthesis in Arabidopsis

Skirycz, A.; Reichelt, M.; Burow, M.; Birkemeyer, C.; Rolčík, Jakub; Kopka, J.; Zanor, M.I.; Gershenzon, J.; Strnad, Miroslav; Szopa, J.; Mueller-Roeber, B.; Witt, I.
PLANT JOURNAL 47 : 10-24 , 2006
Keywords: Arabidopsis; biotic stress; CYP83B1

Over-expression of SOB5 suggests the involvement of a novel plant protein in cytokinin-mediated development

Zhang, J.; Wrage, E.L.; Vaňková, Radomíra; Malbeck, Jiří; Neff, M. M.
PLANT JOURNAL 46 [5] : 834-848 , 2006
Keywords: SOB5; SOFL; cytokinin

hca: an Arabidopsis mutant exhibiting unusual cambial activity and altered vascular patterning

Pineau, C.; Amandine, F.; Ranocha, P.; Jauneau, A.; Turner, S.; Lemonnier, G.; Renou, J.P.; Tarkowski, Petr; Sandberg, G.; Jouanin, L.; Sundberg, B.; Boudet, A.M.; Goffner, D.; Pichon, M.
PLANT JOURNAL 44 [2] : 271-289 , 2005
Keywords: Arabidopsis thaliana; cambium; secondary xylem

Dissecting large and complex genomes: flow sorting and BAC cloning of individual chromosomes from bread wheat

Šafář, Jan; Bartoš, Jan; Janda, Jaroslav; Bellec, A.; Kubaláková, Marie; Valárik, Miroslav; Pateyron, S.; Weiserová, Jitka; Tušková, Radka; Číhalíková, Jarmila; Vrána, Jan; Šimková, Hana; Faivre-Rampant, P.; Sourdille, P.; Caboche, M.; Bernard, M.; Doležel, Jaroslav; Chalhoub, B.
PLANT JOURNAL 39 : 960-968 , 2004
Keywords: wheat; flow sorting; DNA library

The Rad17 homologue of Arabidopsis is involved in the regulation of DNA damage repair and homologous recombination

Heitzeberg, F.; Chen, I. P.; Hartung, F.; Orel, N.; Angelis, Karel; Puchta, H.
PLANT JOURNAL 38 [6] : 954-968 , 2004
Keywords: Arabidopsis; RAD17; RAD9

High-resolution FISH on super-stretched flow-sorted plant chromosomes

Valárik, Miroslav; Bartoš, Jan; Kovářová, Pavlína; Kubaláková, Marie; de Jong, H.; Doležel, Jaroslav
PLANT JOURNAL 37 : 940-950 , 2004
Keywords: Chromosome streching; fluorescence in situ hybridization; chromosome sorting

AtEXO70A1, a member of a family of putative exocyst subunits specifically expanded in land plants, is important for polar growth and plant development.

Synek L., Schlager N., Eliáš M., Quentin M., Hauser M.T., Žárský V.
PLANT JOURNAL 48 : 54-72 , 2006
Keywords: exocyst, EXO70, mutant, Arabidopsis