Angiosperm Flora of India


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Eom, J-S, CHO, JUNG-IL, Reinders, A, Lee, S-W, Yoo, Y, Tuan, PQuoc, Choi, S-B, Bang, G, Park, Y-I, CHO, MAN-HO, BHOO, SEONGHEE, An, G, HAHN, TAE-RYONG, Ward, JM, Jeon, J-S2011Impaired Function of the Tonoplast-Localized Sucrose Transporter in Rice, OsSUT2, Limits the Transport of Vacuolar Reserve Sucrose and Affects Plant Growth
Gutjahr, C, Radovanovic, D, Geoffroy, J, Zhang, Q, Siegler, H, Chiapello, M, Casieri, L, An, K, An, G, Guiderdoni, E, Kumar, CSanthosh, Sundaresan, V, Harrison, MJ, Paszkowski, U2012The half-size ABC transporters STR1 and STR2 are indispensable for mycorrhizal arbuscule formation in rice
Hong, J-P, Byun, MYoung, An, K, Yang, S-J, An, G, Kim, WTaek2010OsKu70 Is Associated with Developmental Growth and Genome Stability in Rice
Je, BIl, Piao, HLong, Park, SJu, Park, SHan, Kim, CMin, Xuan, YHu, Park, SHyun, Huang, J, Choi, YD, An, G, Wong, HLing, Fujioka, S, Kim, M-C, Shimamoto, K, Han, C-deok2010RAV-Like1 Maintains Brassinosteroid Homeostasis via the Coordinated Activation of BRI1 and Biosynthetic Genes in Rice
Lee, D-Y, An, G2012Two AP2 family genes, SUPERNUMERARY BRACT (SNB) and OsINDETERMINATE SPIKELET 1 (OsIDS1), synergistically control inflorescence architecture and floral meristem establishment in rice
Park, J-J, Yi, J, Yoon, J, Cho, L-H, Ping, J, Jeong, HJoong, Cho, SKeun, Kim, WTaek, An, G2011OsPUB15, an E3 ubiquitin ligase, functions to reduce cellular oxidative stress during seedling establishment
Shim, D, Hwang, J-U, Lee, J, Lee, S, CHOI, YUNJUNG, An, G, Martinoia, E, Lee, Y2009Orthologs of the Class A4 Heat Shock Transcription Factor HsfA4a Confer Cadmium Tolerance in Wheat and Rice
Yang, J, Lee, S, Hang, R, Kim, S-R, Lee, Y-S, Cao, X, Amasino, R, An, G2013OsVIL2 functions with PRC2 to induce flowering by repressing OsLFL1 in rice
Yi, J, Kim, S-R, Lee, D-Y, Moon, S, Lee, Y-S, Jung, K-H, Hwang, I, An, G2012The rice gene DEFECTIVE TAPETUM AND MEIOCYTES 1 (DTM1) is required for early tapetum development and meiosis
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