2002 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
His scientific interests lie mostly in Arabidopsis, Genetics, Gene, Arabidopsis thaliana and Ovule. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Gynoecium and Genetics. In his work, Botany is strongly intertwined with Gene expression, which is a subfield of Gynoecium.
His research ties Alanine and Gene together. His Ovule research includes themes of Primordium, Mutant and Integument. His EPSP synthase study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Petunia, Cell culture, Molecular biology and Genetically modified crops, Cauliflower mosaic virus.
Charles S. Gasser spends much of his time researching Arabidopsis, Gene, Genetics, Ovule and Botany. His Arabidopsis study deals with Arabidopsis thaliana intersecting with Seedless fruit. Gene is frequently linked to Molecular biology in his study.
When carried out as part of a general Genetics research project, his work on Transcription, Organogenesis and Genetic analysis is frequently linked to work in Cytokinesis, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His study in Ovule is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Morphogenesis, Gynoecium and Integument. His work carried out in the field of EPSP synthase brings together such families of science as Shikimate pathway and Genetically modified crops.
Charles S. Gasser mainly focuses on Ovule, Arabidopsis, Botany, Gene and Integument. He combines subjects such as Homeobox and Mutant with his study of Ovule. Arabidopsis is a subfield of Genetics that Charles S. Gasser tackles.
His Botany research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Santalales and Cell biology. He integrates many fields in his works, including Gene and Seed dispersal syndrome. The Integument study combines topics in areas such as Plant development and Morphogenesis.
Ovule, Arabidopsis, Botany, Integument and Evolutionary biology are his primary areas of study. His Ovule research includes elements of Phylogenetics, Gene and Stamen, Gynoecium. His Arabidopsis research is under the purview of Genetics.
His Botany study combines topics in areas such as Biochemistry and Auxin. His research investigates the link between Integument and topics such as Morphogenesis that cross with problems in Cell biology, Mutant, Phenotype, Gametophyte and Homeobox. His Evolutionary biology research includes themes of Plant development, Cell identity and Alternation of generations.
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Production of transgenic soybean plants using Agrobacterium-mediated DNA transfer.
Maud A. W. Hinchee;Dannette V. Connor-Ward;Christine A. Newell;Raymond E. McDonnell.
Nature Biotechnology (1988)
Engineering herbicide tolerance in transgenic plants.
Dilip M. Shah;Robert B. Horsch;Harry J. Klee;Ganesh M. Kishore.
Genetically Engineering Plants for Crop Improvement
Charles S. Gasser;Robert T. Fraley.
S-RNase expressed in transgenic Nicotiana causes S-allele-specific pollen rejection
J. Murfett;T. L. Atherton;Beiquan Mou;C. S. Gasser.
Ovule Development in Wild-Type Arabidopsis and Two Female-Sterile Mutants.
Kay Robinson-Beers;Robert E. Pruitt;Charles S. Gasser.
The Plant Cell (1992)
INNER NO OUTER regulates abaxial– adaxial patterning in Arabidopsis ovules
Jacinto M. Villanueva;Jean Broadhvest;Bernard A. Hauser;Robert J. Meister.
Genes & Development (1999)
Cloning of an Arabidopsis thaliana gene encoding 5-enolpyruvylshikimate-3-phosphate synthase: sequence analysis and manipulation to obtain glyphosate-tolerant plants.
Harry J. Klee;Yvonne M. Muskopf;Charles S. Gasser.
Molecular Genetics and Genomics (1987)
Growth and development: a broad view of fine detail.
Charles S Gasser;Caroline Dean.
Current Opinion in Plant Biology (2009)
Two Classes of Plant cDNA Clones Differentially Complement Yeast Calcineurin Mutants and Increase Salt Tolerance of Wild-type Yeast
Veronica Lippuner;Martha S. Cyert;Charles S. Gasser.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1996)
Interactions among genes regulating ovule development in Arabidopsis thaliana.
S C Baker;K Robinson-Beers;J M Villanueva;J C Gaiser.
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