Denise Tieman
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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
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
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
Differential regulation of the tomato ETR gene family throughout plant development
CC Lashbrook, DM Tieman, HJ Klee
The Plant Journal 15 (2), 243-252, 1998
An antisense pectin methylesterase gene alters pectin chemistry and soluble solids in tomato fruit.
DM Tieman, RW Harriman, G Ramamohan, AK Handa
The Plant Cell 4 (6), 667-679, 1992
Members of the tomato LeEIL (EIN3‐like) gene family are functionally redundant and regulate ethylene responses throughout plant development
DM Tieman, JA Ciardi, MG Taylor, HJ Klee
The Plant Journal 26 (1), 47-58, 2001
Differential expression of two novel members of the tomato ethylene-receptor family
DM Tieman, HJ Klee
Plant Physiology 120 (1), 165-172, 1999
Response to Xanthomonas campestris pv. vesicatoria in tomato involves regulation of ethylene receptor gene expression
JA Ciardi, DM Tieman, ST Lund, JB Jones, RE Stall, HJ Klee
Plant Physiology 123 (1), 81-92, 2000
The chemical interactions underlying tomato flavor preferences
D Tieman, P Bliss, LM McIntyre, A Blandon-Ubeda, D Bies, AZ Odabasi, ...
Current Biology 22 (11), 1035-1039, 2012
Identification of loci affecting flavour volatile emissions in tomato fruits
DM Tieman, M Zeigler, EA Schmelz, MG Taylor, P Bliss, M Kirst, HJ Klee
Journal of experimental botany 57 (4), 887-896, 2006
A chemical genetic roadmap to improved tomato flavor
D Tieman, G Zhu, MFR Resende, T Lin, C Nguyen, D Bies, JL Rambla, ...
Science 355 (6323), 391-394, 2017
Combined transcriptome, genetic diversity and metabolite profiling in tomato fruit reveals that the ethylene response factor SlERF6 plays an important role in …
JM Lee, JG Joung, R McQuinn, MY Chung, Z Fei, D Tieman, H Klee, ...
The Plant Journal 70 (2), 191-204, 2012
Reduction in pectin methylesterase activity modifies tissue integrity and cation levels in ripening tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) fruits
DM Tieman, AK Handa
Plant Physiology 106 (2), 429-436, 1994
Flavour compounds in tomato fruits: identification of loci and potential pathways affecting volatile composition
S Mathieu, VD Cin, Z Fei, H Li, P Bliss, MG Taylor, HJ Klee, DM Tieman
Journal of Experimental Botany 60 (1), 325-337, 2009
Molecular cloning of tomato pectin methylesterase gene and its expression in Rutgers, ripening inhibitor, nonripening, and never ripe tomato fruits
RW Harriman, DM Tieman, AK Handa
Plant Physiology 97 (1), 80-87, 1991
Ethylene-regulated floral volatile synthesis in petunia corollas
BA Underwood, DM Tieman, K Shibuya, RJ Dexter, HM Loucas, ...
Plant physiology 138 (1), 255-266, 2005
Strawberry flavor: diverse chemical compositions, a seasonal influence, and effects on sensory perception
ML Schwieterman, TA Colquhoun, EA Jaworski, LM Bartoshuk, JL Gilbert, ...
PloS one 9 (2), e88446, 2014
Pectin methylesterase isoforms in tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum) tissues (effects of expression of a pectin methylesterase antisense gene)
J Gaffe, DM Tieman, AK Handa
Plant Physiology 105 (1), 199-203, 1994
The tomato ethylene receptor gene family: form and function
H Klee, D Tieman
Physiologia Plantarum 115 (3), 336-341, 2002
Plant MetGenMAP: an integrative analysis system for plant systems biology
JG Joung, AM Corbett, SM Fellman, DM Tieman, HJ Klee, JJ Giovannoni, ...
Plant physiology 151 (4), 1758-1768, 2009
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