Search


Current filters:

Start a new search
Add filters:

Use filters to refine the search results.


Results 41-50 of 80 (Search time: 0.004 seconds).
Item hits:
PreviewIssue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2012Pattern of deposition of cell wall polysaccharides and transcript abundance of related cell wall synthesis genes during differentiation in barley endospermWilson, S.; Burton, R.; Collins, H.; Doblin, M.; Pettolino, F.; Shirley, N.; Fincher, G.; Bacic, A.
2016Structural variation and content of arabinoxylans in endosperm and bran of durum wheat (Triticum turgidum L.)Marcotuli, I.; Hsieh, Y.; Lahnstein, J.; Yap, K.; Burton, R.; Blanco, A.; Fincher, G.; Gadaleta, A.
2015Grape marc as a source of carbohydrates for bioethanol: chemical composition, pre-treatment and saccharificationCorbin, K.; Hsieh, Y.; Betts, N.; Byrt, C.; Henderson, M.; Stork, J.; DeBolt, S.; Fincher, G.; Burton, R.
2003Biochemical evidence linking a putative callose synthase gene with (1→3)-β-d-glucan biosynthesis in barleyLi, J.; Burton, R.; Harvey, A.; Hrmova, M.; Wardak, A.; Stone, B.; Fincher, G.
2008Combining transcriptional datasets using the generalized singular value decompositionSchreiber, A.; Shirley, N.; Burton, R.; Fincher, G.
2009Heterologous and cell-free protein expression systemsFarrokhi, N.; Hrmova, M.; Burton, R.; Fincher, G.
2011Biosynthesis of plant cell wall and related polysaccharides by enzymes of the GT2 and GT48 familiesStone, B.; Jacobs, A.; Hrmova, M.; Burton, R.; Fincher, G.
2003Bifunctional family 3 glycoside hydrolases from barley with alpha-L-arabinofuranosidase and beta-D-xylosidase activity - Characterization, primary structures, and COOH-terminal processingLee, R.; Hrmova, M.; Burton, R.; Lahnstein, J.; Fincher, G.
2013Grain development in Brachypodium and other grasses: possible interactions between cell expansion, starch deposition, and cell-wall synthesisTrafford, K.; Haleux, P.; Henderson, M.; Parker, M.; Shirley, N.; Tucker, M.; Fincher, G.; Burton, R.
2010A customized gene expression microarray reveals that the brittle stem phenotype fs2 of barley is attributable to a retroelement in the HvCesA4 cellulose synthase geneBurton, R.; Ma, G.; Baumann, U.; Harvey, A.; Shirley, N.; Taylor, J.; Pettolino, F.; Bacic, A.; Beatty, M.; Simmons, C.; Dhugga, K.; Rafalski, J.; Tingey, S.; Fincher, G.