The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Elbow, Surgery, Genetics, Genome and Anatomy. His Elbow research includes themes of Ligament, Orthopedic surgery, Arthroplasty, Upper limb and Forearm. Graham J.W. King works mostly in the field of Arthroplasty, limiting it down to topics relating to Prosthesis and, in certain cases, Implant and Radiography, as a part of the same area of interest.
His research in Gene, Genetic linkage, Locus, Genetic marker and Genome evolution are components of Genetics. His Genome study incorporates themes from Arabidopsis, Brassica, Brassica rapa, Computational biology and DNA sequencing. His study focuses on the intersection of Anatomy and fields such as Valgus with connections in the field of Medial collateral ligament.
Elbow, Surgery, Anatomy, Cadaveric spasm and Genetics are his primary areas of study. His studies in Elbow integrate themes in fields like Ligament, Implant, Orthodontics, Valgus and Forearm. His work carried out in the field of Implant brings together such families of science as Contact area, Arthroplasty, Biomedical engineering and Prosthesis.
Graham J.W. King interconnects Cadaver and Biomechanics in the investigation of issues within Cadaveric spasm. Genetics is often connected to Brassica oleracea in his work. His Genome research includes elements of Evolutionary biology, Brassica, Botany, Brassica rapa and Computational biology.
His primary scientific interests are in Elbow, Genome, Genetics, Orthodontics and Surgery. His research in Elbow intersects with topics in Ligament, Implant, Arthroplasty, Cadaveric spasm and Forearm. His Cadaveric spasm study combines topics in areas such as Cadaver and Wrist.
His Forearm research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ulna and Contact mechanics. His research on Genome concerns the broader Gene. His work in Genetics covers topics such as Rapeseed which are related to areas like Canola.
His primary areas of investigation include Genetics, Genome, Gene, Quantitative trait locus and Evolutionary biology. His work on Rapeseed expands to the thematically related Genetics. His Genome research incorporates themes from Gene duplication and Botany.
His Gene research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Brassica and Domestication. His study looks at the relationship between Quantitative trait locus and fields such as Genome-wide association study, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His Evolutionary biology research incorporates elements of Genome evolution, Transcription factor, CRISPR and Plant evolution.
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The genome of the mesopolyploid crop species Brassica rapa
Xiaowu Wang;Hanzhong Wang;Jun Wang;Jun Wang;Jun Wang.
Nature Genetics (2011)
Early allopolyploid evolution in the post-Neolithic Brassica napus oilseed genome
Boulos Chalhoub;Shengyi Liu;Isobel A.P. Parkin.
A naturally occurring epigenetic mutation in a gene encoding an SBP-box transcription factor inhibits tomato fruit ripening.
Kenneth Manning;Mahmut Tör;Mervin Poole;Yiguo Hong.
Nature Genetics (2006)
The Brassica oleracea genome reveals the asymmetrical evolution of polyploid genomes
Shengyi Liu;Yumei Liu;Xinhua Yang;Chaobo Tong.
Nature Communications (2014)
Standard surgical protocol to treat elbow dislocations with radial head and coronoid fractures.
Michael D. McKee;David M.W. Pugh;Lisa M. Wild;Emil H. Schemitsch.
Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, American Volume (2005)
Aligning male and female linkage maps of apple (Malus pumila Mill.) using multi-allelic markers
C.A. Maliepaard;F.H. Alston;G. van Arkel;L.M. Brown.
Theoretical and Applied Genetics (1998)
Characterization of microsatellite markers in peach (Prunus persica (L.) Batsch)
B Sosinski;M Gannavarapu;L D Hager;L E Beck.
Theoretical and Applied Genetics (2000)
The unstable elbow.
Shawn W. O'Driscoll;Jesse B. Jupiter;Graham J. W. King;Robert N. Hotchkiss.
Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, American Volume (2000)
Arthroplasty with a Metal Radial Head for Unreconstructible Fractures of the Radial Head
Jaydeep K. Moro;Joel Werier;Joy C. MacDermid;Stuart D. Patterson.
Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, American Volume (2001)
Accuracy of an electromagnetic tracking device: A study of the optimal operating range and metal interference
A.D. Milne;D.G. Chess;J.A. Johnson;G.J.W. King.
Journal of Biomechanics (1996)
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