Simon Robinson
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Construct design for efficient, effective and high‐throughput gene silencing in plants
SV Wesley, CA Helliwell, NA Smith, MB Wang, DT Rouse, Q Liu, ...
The Plant Journal 27 (6), 581-590, 2001
Analysis of the expression of anthocyanin pathway genes in developing Vitis vinifera L. cv Shiraz grape berries and the implications for pathway regulation
PK Boss, C Davies, SP Robinson
Plant physiology 111 (4), 1059-1066, 1996
Light-induced expression of a MYB gene regulates anthocyanin biosynthesis in red apples
AM Takos, FW Jaffé, SR Jacob, J Bogs, SP Robinson, AR Walker
Plant physiology 142 (3), 1216-1232, 2006
White grapes arose through the mutation of two similar and adjacent regulatory genes
AR Walker, E Lee, J Bogs, DAJ McDavid, MR Thomas, SP Robinson
The Plant Journal 49 (5), 772-785, 2007
The effect of bunch shading on berry development and flavonoid accumulation in Shiraz grapes
MO Downey, JS Harvey, SP Robinson
Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research 10 (1), 55-73, 2004
The grapevine transcription factor VvMYBPA1 regulates proanthocyanidin synthesis during fruit development
J Bogs, FW Jaffé, AM Takos, AR Walker, SP Robinson
Plant physiology 143 (3), 1347-1361, 2007
Proanthocyanidin synthesis and expression of genes encoding leucoanthocyanidin reductase and anthocyanidin reductase in developing grape berries and grapevine leaves
J Bogs, MO Downey, JS Harvey, AR Ashton, GJ Tanner, SP Robinson
Plant physiology 139 (2), 652-663, 2005
Expression of anthocyanin biosynthesis pathway genes in red and white grapes
PK Boss, C Davies, SP Robinson
Plant molecular biology 32 (3), 565-569, 1996
Analysis of tannins in seeds and skins of Shiraz grapes throughout berry development
MO Downey, JS Harvey, SP Robinson
Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research 9 (1), 15-27, 2003
Sugar accumulation in grape berries (cloning of two putative vacuolar invertase cDNAs and their expression in grapevine tissues)
C Davies, SP Robinson
Plant Physiology 111 (1), 275-283, 1996
The transcription factor VvMYB5b contributes to the regulation of anthocyanin and proanthocyanidin biosynthesis in developing grape berries
L Deluc, J Bogs, AR Walker, T Ferrier, A Decendit, JM Merillon, ...
Plant Physiology 147 (4), 2041-2053, 2008
Photosynthesis and ion content of leaves and isolated chloroplasts of salt-stressed spinach
SP Robinson, WJS Downton, JA Millhouse
Plant Physiology 73 (2), 238-242, 1983
The grapevine R2R3-MYB transcription factor VvMYBF1 regulates flavonol synthesis in developing grape berries
S Czemmel, R Stracke, B Weisshaar, N Cordon, NN Harris, AR Walker, ...
Plant physiology 151 (3), 1513-1530, 2009
Treatment of grape berries, a nonclimacteric fruit with a synthetic auxin, retards ripening and alters the expression of developmentally regulated genes
C Davies, PK Boss, SP Robinson
Plant physiology 115 (3), 1155-1161, 1997
Identification of the flavonoid hydroxylases from grapevine and their regulation during fruit development
J Bogs, A Ebadi, D McDavid, SP Robinson
Plant Physiology 140 (1), 279-291, 2006
Accumulation of glycinebetaine in chloroplasts provides osmotic adjustment during salt stress
SP Robinson, GP Jones
Functional Plant Biology 13 (5), 659-668, 1986
Synthesis of flavonols and expression of flavonol synthase genes in the developing grape berries of Shiraz and Chardonnay (Vitis vinifera L.)
MO Downey, JS Harvey, SP Robinson
Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research 9 (2), 110-121, 2003
Differential screening indicates a dramatic change in mRNA profiles during grape berry ripening. Cloning and characterization of cDNAs encoding putative cell wall and stress …
C Davies, SP Robinson
Plant physiology 122 (3), 803-812, 2000
Changes in cell wall composition during ripening of grape berries
KJ Nunan, IM Sims, A Bacic, SP Robinson, GB Fincher
Plant physiology 118 (3), 783-792, 1998
Photosynthetic and stomatal responses of spinach leaves to salt stress
WJS Downton, WJR Grant, SP Robinson
Plant Physiology 78 (1), 85-88, 1985
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