Rameshwar Sharma Repository of Tomato Genomics Resources, Department of Plant Sciences, School of Life Sciences, University of Hyderabad, India
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Kamal Tyagi Repository of Tomato Genomics Resources, Department of Plant Sciences, School of Life Sciences, University of Hyderabad, India
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Sulabha Sharma University of Hyderabad
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Yellamaraju Sreelakshmi
  • Repository of Tomato Genomics Resources, Department of Plant Sciences, School of Life Sciences, University of Hyderabad, India
  • 1 Author merit

Education

Ph.D. in Plant Sciences, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, 2001

Current position

Assistant Professor, Repository of Tomato Genomics Resources, Dept of Plant Sciences, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad-500 046, India

Publications (since 2009)

  1. Gupta, P., Sreelakshmi, Y. and Sharma, R. (2015). A rapid and sensitive method for determination of carotenoids in plant tissues by high performance liquid chromatography. Plant Methods 11: 5.
  2. Tyagi, K., Upadhyaya, P., Sarma, S., Tamboli, V., Sreelakshmi, Y. and Sharma, R. (2015). High performance liquid chromatography coupled to mass spectrometry for profiling and quantitative analysis of folate monoglutamates in tomato. Food Chem 179: 76-84.
  3. Sharma, S., Kharshiing, E., Srinivas, A., Zikihara, K., Tokutomi, S., Nagatani, A., Fukayama, H., Bodanapu, R., Behera, R. K., Sreelakshmi, Y. and Sharma, R. (2014). A dominant mutation in the light-oxygen and voltage2 domain vicinity impairs phototropin1 signaling in tomato. Plant Physiol 164(4): 2030-2044.
  4. Thomas, S., Sreelakshmi, Y. and Sharma, R. (2014). Light modulates the root tip excision induced lateral root formation in tomato. Plant Signal Behav 9(10): e970098.
  5. Kilambi, H. V., Kumar, R., Sharma, R. and Sreelakshmi, Y. (2013). Chromoplast-specific carotenoid-associated protein appears to be important for enhanced accumulation of carotenoids in hp1 tomato fruits. Plant Physiol 161(4): 2085-2101.
  6. Santisree, P., Nongmaithem, S., Sreelakshmi, Y., Ivanchenko, M. and Sharma, R. (2012). The root as a drill: an ethylene-auxin interaction facilitates root penetration in soil. Plant Signal Behav 7(2): 151-156.
  7. Vankadavath, R.N., Bodanapu, R., Sreelakshmi, Y. and Sharma, R. (2012). High-throughput phenotyping of plant population using personal digital assistant. Meth Mol Biol 918: 97-116
  8. Gupta, S., Charakana, C., Sreelakshmi, Y. and Sharma, R. (2011). Fluorescent dye labeled DNA size standards for molecular mass detection in visible/infrared range. BMC Res Notes 4: 12.
  9. Santisree, P., Nongmaithem, S., Vasuki, H., Sreelakshmi, Y., Ivanchenko, M. G. and Sharma, R. (2011). Tomato root penetration in soil requires a coaction between ethylene and auxin signaling. Plant Physiol 156(3): 1424-1438.
  10. Sreelakshmi, Y., Gupta, S., Bodanapu, R., Chauhan, V. S., Hanjabam, M., Thomas, S., Mohan, V., Sharma, S., Srinivasan, R. and Sharma, R. (2010). NEATTILL: A simplified procedure for nucleic acid extraction from arrayed tissue for TILLING and other high-throughput reverse genetic applications. Plant Methods 6(1): 3.
  11. Vankadavath, R. N., Hussain, A. J., Bodanapu, R., Kharshiing, E., Basha, P. O., Gupta, S., Sreelakshmi, Y. and Sharma, R. (2009). Computer aided data acquisition tool for high-throughput phenotyping of plant populations. Plant Methods 5: 18.
1 Protocol published
Gravitropic Analysis of Tomato Seedlings using Time Lapse Video Imaging
Authors:  Sulabha Sharma, Kamal Tyagi, Yellamaraju Sreelakshmi and Rameshwar Sharma, date: 04/05/2015, view: 4598, Q&A: 0
Plants use gravity as a guide for growth and development. Gravitropism, a gravity-directed growth process, directs upward shoot movement for efficient photosynthesis and gaseous exchange. In addition, it also directs downward growth of roots in ...
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