John I Yoder
John I Yoder
Department of Plant Sciences
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The evolution of parasitism in plants
JH Westwood, JI Yoder, MP Timko, CW Depamphilis
Trends in plant science 15 (4), 227-235, 2010
Transformation systems for generating marker–free transgenic plants
JI Yoder, AP Goldsbrough
Bio/technology 12 (3), 263-267, 1994
Plant-plant communications: rhizosphere signaling between parasitic angiosperms and their hosts
EM Estabrook, JI Yoder
Plant Physiology 116 (1), 1-7, 1998
Simultaneous amplification of multiple DNA fragments by polymerase chain reaction in the analysis of transgenic plants and their progeny
MW Lassner, P Peterson, JI Yoder
Plant Molecular Biology Reporter 7 (2), 116-128, 1989
Transposition mediated re–positioning and subsequent elimination of marker genes from transgenic tomato
AP Goldsbrough, CN Lastrella, JI Yoder
Bio/technology 11 (11), 1286-1292, 1993
Molecular signals and receptors: controlling rhizosphere interactions between plants and other organisms
AM Hirsch, WD Bauer, DM Bird, J Cullimore, B Tyler, JI Yoder
Ecology 84 (4), 858-868, 2003
Ac transposition in transgenic tomato plants
JI Yoder, J Palys, K Alpert, M Lassner
Molecular and General Genetics MGG 213 (2), 291-296, 1988
The DNA sequnce of the transposable element Ac of Zea mays L.
M Müller-Neumann, JI Yoder, P Starlinger
Molecular and General Genetics MGG 198 (1), 19-24, 1984
Trans‐specific gene silencing between host and parasitic plants
AA Tomilov, NB Tomilova, T Wroblewski, R Michelmore, JI Yoder
The Plant Journal 56 (3), 389-397, 2008
Flavonoids Promote Haustoria Formation in the Root ParasiteTriphysaria versicolor
H Albrecht, JI Yoder, DA Phillips
Plant Physiology 119 (2), 585-592, 1999
Host-plant recognition by parasitic Scrophulariaceae
JI Yoder
Current opinion in plant Biology 4 (4), 359-365, 2001
Host plant resistance to parasitic weeds; recent progress and bottlenecks
JI Yoder, JD Scholes
Current opinion in plant biology 13 (4), 478-484, 2010
Classical and molecular genetics of tomato: highlights and perspectives
CM Rick, JI Yoder
Annual review of genetics 22 (1), 281-300, 1988
Lc as a non‐destructive visual reporter and transposition excision marker gone for tomato
AP Goldsbrough, Y Tong, JI Yoder
The Plant Journal 9 (6), 927-933, 1996
The parasitic plant genome project: new tools for understanding the biology of Orobanche and Striga
JH Westwood, CW Depamphilis, M Das, M Fernández-Aparicio, ...
Weed Science 60 (2), 295-306, 2012
Parasitic plant responses to host plant signals: a model for subterranean plant–plant interactions
JI Yoder
Current Opinion in Plant Biology 2 (1), 65-70, 1999
Comparative transcriptome analyses reveal core parasitism genes and suggest gene duplication and repurposing as sources of structural novelty
Z Yang, EK Wafula, LA Honaas, H Zhang, M Das, M Fernandez-Aparicio, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 32 (3), 767-790, 2015
Cloning of the Zea mays controlling element Ac from the wx-m7 allele
U Behrens, N Fedoroff, A Laird, M Müller-Neumann, P Starlinger, J Yoder
Molecular and General Genetics MGG 194 (1), 346-347, 1984
A Single-Electron Reducing Quinone Oxidoreductase Is Necessary to Induce Haustorium Development in the Root Parasitic Plant Triphysaria
PCG Bandaranayake, T Filappova, A Tomilov, NB Tomilova, ...
The Plant Cell 22 (4), 1404-1419, 2010
Quinone oxidoreductase message levels are differentially regulated in parasitic and non‐parasitic plants exposed to allelopathic quinones
M Matvienko, A Wojtowicz, R Wrobel, D Jamison, Y Goldwasser, JI Yoder
The Plant Journal 25 (4), 375-387, 2001
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