2020 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Her primary areas of investigation include Cell biology, Pollen tube, Botany, Pollen tube tip and Gynoecium. Her work in Cell biology tackles topics such as Arabidopsis which are related to areas like Kinase. Her work investigates the relationship between Pollen tube and topics such as Biophysics that intersect with problems in Apex, Endocytosis and Exocytosis.
Alice Y. Cheung has researched Pollen tube tip in several fields, including Golgi apparatus, Golgi localization and Endomembrane system. The concepts of her Gynoecium study are interwoven with issues in Stigma, Plant reproduction and Glycoprotein. Her study in Tip growth is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Turgor pressure, Intracellular and Nicotiana tabacum.
Alice Y. Cheung mainly focuses on Cell biology, Pollen tube, Botany, Arabidopsis and Pollen. Her Cell biology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Auxin and Pollen tube tip. Her Pollen tube research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ovule, Sperm, Gametophyte and Nicotiana tabacum.
Her Botany research includes themes of Human fertilization and Reproduction. Her research investigates the connection between Arabidopsis and topics such as Receptor that intersect with problems in Endoplasmic reticulum. Her work carried out in the field of GTPase brings together such families of science as GTP-binding protein regulators and Kinase.
Alice Y. Cheung focuses on Cell biology, Arabidopsis, Receptor, Pollen tube and Sexual reproduction. Her work on Phosphorylation as part of general Cell biology research is frequently linked to Context specific, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Arabidopsis thaliana, Gametophyte, Pollen and Gynoecium.
Her work in Receptor addresses subjects such as Kinase, which are connected to disciplines such as GTPase, Extracellular, Endoplasmic reticulum and Triphosphatase. In her study, Autocrine signalling is strongly linked to Sperm, which falls under the umbrella field of Pollen tube. Her Sexual reproduction study introduces a deeper knowledge of Botany.
Her primary areas of investigation include Arabidopsis, Cell biology, Pollen tube, Sperm and Autocrine signalling. Her work on Receptor complex expands to the thematically related Arabidopsis. Her Receptor complex research integrates issues from Signal transduction and Double fertilization.
With her scientific publications, her incorporates both Cell biology and Calcium. Her Paracrine signalling study incorporates themes from Pollen and Gynoecium. Her Filiform apparatus research integrates issues from Ovule and Sexual reproduction.
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Polarized cell growth in higher plants.
Peter K. Hepler;Luis Vidali;Alice Y. Cheung.
Annual Review of Cell and Developmental Biology (2001)
A floral transmitting tissue-specific glycoprotein attracts pollen tubes and stimulates their growth
Alice Y Cheung;Hong Wang;Hen-ming Wu.
FERONIA receptor-like kinase regulates RHO GTPase signaling of root hair development.
Qiaohong Duan;Daniel Kita;Chao Li;Alice Y. Cheung.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2010)
Structural and Signaling Networks for the Polar Cell Growth Machinery in Pollen Tubes
Alice Y. Cheung;Hen-ming Wu.
Annual Review of Plant Biology (2008)
The FERONIA Receptor Kinase Maintains Cell-Wall Integrity during Salt Stress through Ca2+ Signaling
Wei Feng;Daniel Kita;Alexis Peaucelle;Alexis Peaucelle;Heather N. Cartwright.
Current Biology (2018)
Pectin methylesterase, a regulator of pollen tube growth
Maurice Bosch;Alice Y. Cheung;Peter K. Hepler.
Plant Physiology (2005)
Programmed cell death in plant reproduction.
Hen-ming Wu;Alice Y. Cheung.
Plant Molecular Biology (2000)
A pollen tube growth stimulatory glycoprotein is deglycosylated by pollen tubes and displays a glycosylation gradient in the flower
Hen-ming Wu;Hong Wang;Alice Y Cheung.
The Regulation of Actin Organization by Actin-Depolymerizing Factor in Elongating Pollen Tubes
Christine Y. Chen;Eric I. Wong;Luis Vidali;Athena Estavillo.
The Plant Cell (2002)
Arabidopsis pollen tube integrity and sperm release are regulated by RALF-mediated signaling
Zengxiang Ge;Tabata Bergonci;Tabata Bergonci;Yuling Zhao;Yanjiao Zou.
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