Günter Theißen Department of Genetics, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany
3 protocols
Arsalan Daudi University of California
157 protocols

Joern Klinkenberg -
2 protocols

Tie Liu University of Florida
159 protocols

Zhaohui Liu North Dakota State University
51 protocols

Teresa Lenser
  • University of Jena
Research focus
  • Plant science
  • 2 Author merit
2 Protocols published
Floral Dip Transformation in Lepidium campestre
Authors:  Teresa Lenser and Günter Theißen, date: 08/05/2014, view: 9377, Q&A: 0
Floral dip is a very common technique to stably transform Arabidopsis thaliana (Clough and Bent, 1998; Martinez-Trujillo et al., 2004; Zhang et al., 2006) and has also been adapted to some other plant species (Curtis and ...
Quantifying Fruit Dehiscence Using the Random Impact Test (RIT)
Authors:  Teresa Lenser and Günter Theißen, date: 08/05/2014, view: 7512, Q&A: 0
Fruit dehiscence is an important evolutionary and agronomic trait. For quantifying and comparing the exact fruit dehiscence capability between individual plants, the random impact test has been described (Morgan et al., 1998; Bruce et al. ...
6 Protocols reviewed
PEA-CLARITY: Three Dimensional (3D) Molecular Imaging of Whole Plant Organs
Here we report the adaptation of the CLARITY technique to plant tissues with addition of enzymatic degradation to improve optical clearing and facilitate antibody probe penetration. Plant-Enzyme-Assisted (PEA)-CLARITY, has allowed deep optical ...
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Agrobacterium rhizogenes-Based Transformation of Soybean Roots to Form Composite Plants
Authors:  Benjamin F. Matthews and Reham M. Youssef, date: 01/20/2016, view: 9149, Q&A: 0
Transgenic soybean roots of composite plants are a powerful tool to rapidly test the function of genes and activity of gene promoters. No tissue culture is needed, thus avoiding loss of valuable material due to contamination. This is a simple ...
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