Fathey Sarhan mostly deals with Cold acclimation, Gene expression, Gene, Biochemistry and Botany. The concepts of his Cold acclimation study are interwoven with issues in Protein family, Poaceae, Secale and Gene family. He combines subjects such as Complementary DNA and Vernalization with his study of Gene expression.
His Gene research is classified as research in Genetics. In most of his Biochemistry studies, his work intersects topics such as Channel blocker. His Botany research focuses on Horticulture and how it connects with Osmolyte.
Fathey Sarhan focuses on Cold acclimation, Biochemistry, Gene, Botany and Genetics. His Cold acclimation study combines topics in areas such as Complementary DNA, cDNA library, Gene expression, Transcription factor and Secale. His research integrates issues of Nucleic acid sequence and Peptide sequence in his study of Complementary DNA.
Fathey Sarhan focuses mostly in the field of Biochemistry, narrowing it down to topics relating to Cryopreservation and, in certain cases, In vitro and Plant protein. His study on Poaceae, Photoinhibition and Cold hardening is often connected to Light intensity as part of broader study in Botany. His studies examine the connections between Euglena gracilis and genetics, as well as such issues in Metabolism, with regards to Photosynthesis.
His main research concerns Cold acclimation, Botany, Gene, Computational biology and Abiotic stress. His Cold acclimation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Photosynthesis, Secale and Phenotypic plasticity. His Botany research incorporates themes from Biotic stress and Abiotic component.
His study with Gene involves better knowledge in Genetics. His study looks at the relationship between Acclimatization and fields such as Coumarin, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. Fathey Sarhan interconnects Transcriptome, Gene expression, Repressor, Regulation of gene expression and Methyl jasmonate in the investigation of issues within Vernalization.
Cold acclimation, Botany, Biotic stress, Vernalization and Transcriptome are his primary areas of study. His Cold acclimation study improves the overall literature in Gene. His work in the fields of Acclimatization, Apoplast and Poaceae overlaps with other areas such as Luteolin and Vitexin.
His work deals with themes such as Histone, Epigenetics, Allele and Locus, which intersect with Vernalization. His studies in Transcriptome integrate themes in fields like Regulation of gene expression, Methyl jasmonate, Genetic variation and Mutant. His research in the fields of Histone H3, H3K4me3, Promoter and Repressor overlaps with other disciplines such as Histone methylation.
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Energy balance and acclimation to light and cold
Norman P.A Huner;Gunnar Öquist;Fathey Sarhan.
Trends in Plant Science (1998)
Accumulation of an Acidic Dehydrin in the Vicinity of the Plasma Membrane during Cold Acclimation of Wheat
Jean Danyluk;André Perron;Mario Houde;Allen Limin.
The Plant Cell (1998)
TaVRT-1, a putative transcription factor associated with vegetative to reproductive transition in cereals.
Jean Danyluk;Ndjido A. Kane;Ghislain Breton;Allen E. Limin.
Plant Physiology (2003)
Cold-Induced Changes in Freezing Tolerance, Protein Phosphorylation, and Gene Expression (Evidence for a Role of Calcium)
A. F. Monroy;F. Sarhan;R. S. Dhindsa.
Plant Physiology (1993)
Cold Acclimation and Freezing Tolerance (A Complex Interaction of Light and Temperature).
G. R. Gray;L.-P. Chauvin;F. Sarhan;N. P. A. Huner.
Plant Physiology (1997)
Cloning, Characterization, and Expression of a cDNA Encoding a 50-Kilodalton Protein Specifically Induced by Cold Acclimation in Wheat
Mario Houde;Jean Danyluk;Jean-François Laliberté;Eric Rassart.
Plant Physiology (1992)
Immunolocalization of freezing‐tolerance‐associated proteins in the cytoplasm and nucleoplasm of wheat crown tissues
M Houde;C Daniel;M Lachapelle;F Allard.
Plant Journal (1995)
Chitinase genes responsive to cold encode antifreeze proteins in winter cereals
Sansun Yeh;Barbara A. Moffatt;Marilyn Griffith;Fei Xiong.
Plant Physiology (2000)
Cold-regulated cereal chloroplast late embryogenesis abundant-like proteins. Molecular characterization and functional analyses.
Christian NDong;Jean Danyluk;Kenneth E. Wilson;Tessa Pocock.
Plant Physiology (2002)
Overexpression of the acidic dehydrin WCOR410 improves freezing tolerance in transgenic strawberry leaves.
Mario Houde;Sylvain Dallaire;Daniel N'Dong;Fathey Sarhan.
Plant Biotechnology Journal (2004)
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