Igor Kardailsky
Igor Kardailsky
NSW DPI, Australia
Verified email at dpi.nsw.gov.au
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Activation tagging of the floral inducer FT
I Kardailsky, VK Shukla, JH Ahn, N Dagenais, SK Christensen, JT Nguyen, ...
Science's STKE 286 (5446), 1962, 1999
Activation tagging in Arabidopsis
D Weigel, JH Ahn, MA Blázquez, JO Borevitz, SK Christensen, ...
Plant Physiology 122 (4), 1003-1014, 2000
Transformation of Medicago truncatula via infiltration of seedlings or flowering plants with Agrobacterium
AT Trieu, SH Burleigh, IV Kardailsky, IE Maldonado‐Mendoza, ...
The plant journal 22 (6), 531-541, 2000
Arabidopsis ovule is the target for Agrobacterium in planta vacuum infiltration transformation
GN Ye, D Stone, SZ Pang, W Creely, K Gonzalez, M Hinchee
The plant journal 19 (3), 249-257, 1999
Acceleration of flowering by overexpression of MFT (MOTHER OF FT AND TFL1).
SY Yoo, I Kardailsky, JS Lee, D Weigel, JH Ahn
Molecules and cells 17 (1), 95, 2004
Regulation of flowering in the long-day grass Lolium temulentum by gibberellins and the FLOWERING LOCUS T gene
RW King, T Moritz, LT Evans, J Martin, CH Andersen, C Blundell, ...
Plant Physiology 141 (2), 498-507, 2006
Legume lectins and nodulation by Rhizobium
NJ Brewin, IV Kardailsky
Trends in plant science 2 (3), 92-98, 1997
Expression of cysteine protease genes in pea nodule development and senescence
IV Kardailsky, NJ Brewin
MPMI-Molecular Plant Microbe Interactions 9 (8), 689-695, 1996
Identification of a new pea gene, PsNlec1, encoding a lectin-like glycoprotein isolated from the symbiosomes of root nodules
IV Kardailsky, DJ Sherrier, NJ Brewin
Plant physiology 111 (1), 49-60, 1996
Unidirectional diploid–tetraploid introgression among British birch trees with shifting ranges shown by restriction site‐associated markers
J Zohren, N Wang, I Kardailsky, JS Borrell, A Joecker, RA Nichols, ...
Molecular ecology 25 (11), 2413-2426, 2016
The pea late nodulin gene PsNOD6 is homologous to the early nodulin genes PsENOD3/14 and is expressed after the leghaemoglobin genes
I Kardailsky, WC Yang, A Zalensky, A Kammen, T Bisseling
Plant molecular biology 23 (5), 1029-1037, 1993
Transcription of a gene encoding a lectinlike glycoprotein is induced in root cells harboring arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in Pisum sativum
R Balestrini, S Perotto, E Gasverde, P Dahiya, LL Guldmann, NJ Brewin, ...
Molecular plant-microbe interactions 12 (9), 785-791, 1999
A 200 bp region of the pea ENOD12 promoter is sufficient for nodule-specific and Nod factor induced expression
I Vijn, H Christiansen, P Lauridsen, I Kardailsky, HJ Quandt, I Broer, ...
Plant molecular biology 28 (6), 1103-1110, 1995
Localization of lipoxygenase proteins and mRNA in pea nodules: Identification of lipoxygenase in the lumen of infection threads
CD Gardner, DJ Sherrier, IV Kardailsky, NJ Brewin
MPMI-Molecular Plant Microbe Interactions 9 (4), 282-289, 1996
Flowering locus T (FT) and genetically modified plants having delayed flower development
D Weigel, I Kardailsky
US Patent 6,713,663, 2004
Immunolocalization of PsNLEC-1, a lectin-like glycoprotein expressed in developing pea nodules
P Dahiya, IV Kardailsky, NJ Brewin
Plant physiology 115 (4), 1431-1442, 1997
Symbiotic gene sym31 controls the presence of a lectinlike glycoprotein in the symbiosome compartment of nitrogen-fixing pea nodules
P Dahiya, DJ Sherrier, IV Kardailsky, AY Borisov, NJ Brewin
Molecular plant-microbe interactions 11 (9), 915-923, 1998
Flowering locus T (FT) and genetically modified plants having modulated flower development
D Weigel, I Kardailsky
US Patent 6,225,530, 2001
Mechanisms of cell and tissue invasion by Rhizobium leguminosarum: the role of cell surface interactions
NJ Brewin, S Perotto, EL Kannenberg, AL Rae, EA Rathbun, MM Lucas, ...
Current Plant Science and Biotechnology in Agriculture Advances in Molecular …, 1993
Bacterial and plant glycoconjugates at the Rhizobium-legume interface.
NJ Brewin, AL Rae, S Perotto, EL Kannenberg, EA Rathbun, MM Lucas, ...
Biochemical Society symposium 60, 61, 1994
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