Mutant, Botany, Lateral root, Gene and Root system are his primary areas of study. His Mutant study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Auxin and Cell biology. Botany is closely attributed to Arabidopsis in his research.
While the research belongs to areas of Lateral root, he spends his time largely on the problem of Transcriptome, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Pericycle. Gene is a subfield of Genetics that he investigates. His Root system research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Rootstock, Computational biology, Poaceae and Seedling.
His primary areas of study are Botany, Gene, Mutant, Genetics and Lateral root. His biological study focuses on Root system. His Mutant study combines topics in areas such as Primordium, Meristem and Cell biology.
The Cell biology study combines topics in areas such as NODAL, Stele, Auxin and Wild type. His Lateral root study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Pericycle and Lateral root formation. As a part of the same scientific study, Frank Hochholdinger usually deals with the Arabidopsis, concentrating on Arabidopsis thaliana and frequently concerns with Oryza sativa.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Root system, Gene, Rhizosphere, Botany and Lateral root. His Root system study deals with Gene expression intersecting with Colonization. His Gene study contributes to a more complete understanding of Genetics.
His studies examine the connections between Botany and genetics, as well as such issues in Microorganism, with regards to Flavones. He combines subjects such as Pericycle, Cell type and Cell biology with his study of Lateral root. The study incorporates disciplines such as Lateral root formation, Mutant, Arabidopsis, Transcriptional regulation and Cell wall in addition to Cell biology.
Frank Hochholdinger spends much of his time researching Gene, Synteny, Root system, Evolutionary biology and Heterosis. His Root system research entails a greater understanding of Botany. His studies in Evolutionary biology integrate themes in fields like Heterochromatin and Long terminal repeat.
Frank Hochholdinger has included themes like Phenotype, Complementation, Inbred strain and Allele in his Heterosis study. His research in Lateral root intersects with topics in Microorganism, Gene expression and Colonization. His Transcriptome research incorporates themes from Mutant, Root hair elongation, Cell biology, Molecular cloning and Cell wall.
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Towards the molecular basis of heterosis.
Frank Hochholdinger;Nadine Hoecker.
Trends in Plant Science (2007)
From weeds to crops: genetic analysis of root development in cereals.
Frank Hochholdinger;Woong June Park;Michaela Sauer;Katrin Woll.
Trends in Plant Science (2004)
An Exocyst Complex Functions in Plant Cell Growth in Arabidopsis and Tobacco
Michal Hála;Rex Cole;Lukáš Synek;Edita Drdová.
The Plant Cell (2008)
Genetic dissection of root formation in maize (Zea mays) reveals root-type specific developmental programmes.
Frank Hochholdinger;Katrin Woll;Michaela Sauer;Diana Dembinsky.
Annals of Botany (2004)
Genetic and genomic dissection of maize root development and architecture.
Frank Hochholdinger;Roberto Tuberosa.
Current Opinion in Plant Biology (2009)
The maize (Zea mays L.) RTCS gene encodes a LOB domain protein that is a key regulator of embryonic seminal and post-embryonic shoot-borne root initiation.
Graziana Taramino;Michaela Sauer;Jay L. Stauffer;Dilbag Multani.
Plant Journal (2007)
Isolation and characterization of rtcs, a maize mutant deficient in the formation of nodal roots
Winfried Hetz;Frank Hochholdinger;Michael Schwall;Gunter Feix.
Plant Journal (1996)
The roothairless1 Gene of Maize Encodes a Homolog of sec3, Which Is Involved in Polar Exocytosis
Tsui-Jung Wen;Frank Hochholdinger;Michaela Sauer;Wesley Bruce.
Plant Physiology (2005)
Conserved and diverse mechanisms in root development
Frank Hochholdinger;Roman Zimmermann.
Current Opinion in Plant Biology (2008)
Isolation, characterization, and pericycle-specific transcriptome analyses of the novel maize lateral and seminal root initiation mutant rum1.
Katrin Woll;Lisa A. Borsuk;Harald Stransky;Dan Nettleton.
Plant Physiology (2005)
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