Harry Klee
Harry Klee
Horticultural Sciences, University of Florida
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An ethylene-inducible component of signal transduction encoded by Never-ripe
JQ Wilkinson, MB Lanahan, HC Yen, JJ Giovannoni, HJ Klee
Science 270 (5243), 1807-1809, 1995
7741995
Engineering herbicide tolerance in transgenic plants
DM Shah, RB Horsch, HJ Klee, GM Kishore, JA Winter, NE Tumer, ...
Science 233 (4762), 478-481, 1986
7661986
T-DNA of Agrobacterium tumefaciens encodes an enzyme of cytokinin biosynthesis
DE Akiyoshi, H Klee, RM Amasino, EW Nester, MP Gordon
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 81 (19), 5994-5998, 1984
7531984
Genetics and control of tomato fruit ripening and quality attributes
HJ Klee, JJ Giovannoni
Annual review of genetics 45, 41-59, 2011
7362011
Plant volatile compounds: sensory cues for health and nutritional value?
SA Goff, HJ Klee
Science 311 (5762), 815-819, 2006
6682006
Technical focus: a guide to Agrobacterium binary Ti vectors
R Hellens, P Mullineaux, H Klee
Trends in plant science 5 (10), 446-451, 2000
6382000
Control of ethylene synthesis by expression of a bacterial enzyme in transgenic tomato plants.
HJ Klee, MB Hayford, KA Kretzmer, GF Barry, GM Kishore
The Plant Cell 3 (11), 1187-1193, 1991
6141991
MAX3/CCD7 is a carotenoid cleavage dioxygenase required for the synthesis of a novel plant signaling molecule
J Booker, M Auldridge, S Wills, D McCarty, H Klee, O Leyser
Current biology 14 (14), 1232-1238, 2004
6012004
The never ripe mutation blocks ethylene perception in tomato.
MB Lanahan, HC Yen, JJ Giovannoni, HJ Klee
The Plant Cell 6 (4), 521-530, 1994
5611994
Plant carotenoid cleavage oxygenases and their apocarotenoid products
ME Auldridge, DR McCarty, HJ Klee
Current opinion in plant biology 9 (3), 315-321, 2006
5272006
Alterations of endogenous cytokinins in transgenic plants using a chimeric isopentenyl transferase gene.
JI Medford, R Horgan, Z El-Sawi, HJ Klee
The Plant Cell 1 (4), 403-413, 1989
4981989
Ethylene regulates the susceptible response to pathogen infection in tomato
ST Lund, RE Stall, HJ Klee
The Plant Cell 10 (3), 371-382, 1998
4841998
The tomato carotenoid cleavage dioxygenase 1 genes contribute to the formation of the flavor volatiles β‐ionone, pseudoionone, and geranylacetone
AJ Simkin, SH Schwartz, M Auldridge, MG Taylor, HJ Klee
The Plant Journal 40 (6), 882-892, 2004
4652004
Agrobacterium-mediated plant transformation and its further applications to plant biology
H Klee, R Horsch, S Rogers
Annual Review of Plant Physiology 38 (1), 467-486, 1987
4501987
A dominant mutant receptor from Arabidopsis confers ethylene insensitivity in heterologous plants
JQ Wilkinson, MB Lanahan, DG Clark, AB Bleecker, C Chang, ...
Nature biotechnology 15 (5), 444-447, 1997
4311997
The tomato ethylene receptors NR and LeETR4 are negative regulators of ethylene response and exhibit functional compensation within a multigene family
DM Tieman, MG Taylor, JA Ciardi, HJ Klee
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 97 (10), 5663-5668, 2000
4222000
The Decreased apical dominance1/Petunia hybrida CAROTENOID CLEAVAGE DIOXYGENASE8 Gene Affects Branch Production and Plays a Role in Leaf …
KC Snowden, AJ Simkin, BJ Janssen, KR Templeton, HM Loucas, ...
The Plant Cell 17 (3), 746-759, 2005
4102005
Tomato aromatic amino acid decarboxylases participate in synthesis of the flavor volatiles 2-phenylethanol and 2-phenylacetaldehyde
D Tieman, M Taylor, N Schauer, AR Fernie, AD Hanson, HJ Klee
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (21), 8287-8292, 2006
3752006
Ethylene receptor degradation controls the timing of ripening in tomato fruit
BM Kevany, DM Tieman, MG Taylor, VD Cin, HJ Klee
The Plant Journal 51 (3), 458-467, 2007
3722007
Agrobacterium tumefaciens T-DNA
HJ Klee, RB Horsch, MA Hinchee, MB Hein, NL Hoffmann
Genes Dev 1, 86-96, 1987
3661987
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