Matthew A. Jenks
Matthew A. Jenks
University of Arizona, West Virginia University
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Advances in molecular breeding toward drought and salt tolerant crops. eds.
MA Jenks, PM Hasegawa, SM Jain
^ C2007, 2007
Field-based phenomics for plant genetics research
JW White, P Andrade-Sanchez, MA Gore, KF Bronson, TA Coffelt, ...
Field Crops Research 133, 101-112, 2012
Plant Abiotic Stress
MA Jenks, PM Hasegawa
John Wiley & Sons, 2005
The impact of water deficiency on leaf cuticle lipids of Arabidopsis
DK Kosma, B Bourdenx, A Bernard, EP Parsons, S Lu, J Joubes, ...
Plant physiology 151 (4), 1918-1929, 2009
Salt Cress. A Halophyte and Cryophyte Arabidopsis Relative Model System and Its Applicability to Molecular Genetic Analyses of Growth and
G Inan, Q Zhang, P Li, Z Wang, Z Cao, H Zhang, C Zhang, TM Quist, ...
Plant Physiology 135 (3), 1718-1737, 2004
A reevaluation of the key factors that influence tomato fruit softening and integrity
M Saladié, AJ Matas, T Isaacson, MA Jenks, SM Goodwin, KJ Niklas, ...
Plant physiology 144 (2), 1012-1028, 2007
Cloning and Characterization of the WAX2 Gene of Arabidopsis Involved in Cuticle Membrane and Wax Production
X Chen, SM Goodwin, VL Boroff, X Liu, MA Jenks
The Plant Cell 15 (5), 1170-1185, 2003
Leaf epicuticular waxes of the eceriferum mutants in Arabidopsis
MA Jenks, HA Tuttle, SD Eigenbrode, KA Feldmann
Plant physiology 108 (1), 369-377, 1995
Arabidopsis CER8 encodes LONG‐CHAIN ACYL‐COA SYNTHETASE 1 (LACS1) that has overlapping functions with LACS2 in plant wax and cutin synthesis
S Lü, T Song, DK Kosma, EP Parsons, O Rowland, MA Jenks
The Plant Journal 59 (4), 553-564, 2009
Plant desiccation tolerance
MA Jenks, AJ Wood
John Wiley & Sons, 2008
Breeding for fruit quality
MA Jenks
John Wiley & Sons, 2011
Arabidopsis CYP86A2 represses Pseudomonas syringae type III genes and is required for cuticle development
F Xiao, S Mark Goodwin, Y Xiao, Z Sun, D Baker, X Tang, MA Jenks, ...
The EMBO journal 23 (14), 2903-2913, 2004
Cutin deficiency in the tomato fruit cuticle consistently affects resistance to microbial infection and biomechanical properties, but not transpirational water loss
T Isaacson, DK Kosma, AJ Matas, GJ Buda, Y He, B Yu, A Pravitasari, ...
The Plant Journal 60 (2), 363-377, 2009
Chemically induced cuticle mutation affecting epidermal conductance to water vapor and disease susceptibility in Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench
MA Jenks, RJ Joly, PJ Peters, PJ Rich, JD Axtell, EN Ashworth
Plant physiology 105 (4), 1239-1245, 1994
Plant epicuticular waxes: function, production, and genetics
MA Jenks, EN Ashworth, J Janick
Hortic Rev 23, 1-54, 1999
A genomics approach towards salt stress tolerance
HJ Bohnert, P Ayoubi, C Borchert, RA Bressan, RL Burnap, JC Cushman, ...
Plant physiology and biochemistry 39 (3-4), 295-311, 2001
Changes in leaf cuticular waxes of sesame (Sesamum indicum L.) plants exposed to water deficit
KS Kim, SH Park, MA Jenks
Journal of Plant Physiology 164 (9), 1134-1143, 2007
Cuticular waxes of Arabidopsis
MA Jenks, SD Eigenbrode, B Lemieux
The Arabidopsis Book/American Society of Plant Biologists 1, 2002
Arabidopsis ECERIFERUM9 Involvement in Cuticle Formation and Maintenance of Plant Water Status
S Lü, H Zhao, DL Des Marais, EP Parsons, X Wen, X Xu, ...
Plant physiology 159 (3), 930-944, 2012
Leaf cuticle and water loss in maize lines differing in dehydration avoidance
Z Ristic, MA Jenks
Journal of Plant Physiology 159 (6), 645-651, 2002
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