1989 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Within one scientific family, Jack M. Widholm focuses on topics pertaining to Horticulture under Inoculation, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Callus. He combines topics linked to Horticulture with his work on Callus. As part of his research on Enzyme, studies on Serine and Biosynthesis are part of the effort. While working on this project, Jack M. Widholm studies both Serine and Amino acid. His work often combines Amino acid and Lysine studies. In his research, Jack M. Widholm performs multidisciplinary study on Biosynthesis and Enzyme. Many of his studies on Food science apply to Sucrose and Ferulic acid as well. His work on Food science expands to the thematically related Ferulic acid. He performs multidisciplinary studies into Botany and Phaseolus in his work.
His work in Botany is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Callus, Daucus carota and Protoplast. Jack M. Widholm undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Protoplast and Gene through his works. Jack M. Widholm integrates several fields in his works, including Gene and Gene expression. He integrates Biochemistry and Enzyme in his studies. Jack M. Widholm performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Enzyme and Amino acid via his papers. He performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Amino acid and Glycine via his papers. Genetics is frequently linked to Cell culture in his study. Cell culture is often connected to Genetics in his work. Jack M. Widholm performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Molecular biology and Biochemistry via his papers.
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The Use of Fluorescein Diacetate and Phenosafranine for Determining Viability of Cultured Plant Cells
Jack M. Widholm.
Biotechnic & Histochemistry (1972)
The production of callus capable of plant regeneration from immature embryos of numerous Zea mays genotypes.
D. R. Duncan;M. E. Williams;B. E. Zehr;J. M. Widholm.
Effect of l-aminocyclopropane-l-carboxylic acid, silver nitrate, and norbornadiene on plant regeneration from maize callus cultures.
David D. Songstad;David R. Duncan;Jack M. Widholm.
Plant Cell Reports (1988)
 Isolation and characterization of chromosomal nucleoproteins
James Bonner;G. Roger Chalkley;Michael Dahmus;Douglas Fambrough.
Methods in Enzymology (1968)
Efficient production of doubled haploid plants through colchicine treatment of anther-derived maize callus.
Y. Wan;J. F. Petolino;J. M. Widholm.
Theoretical and Applied Genetics (1989)
Plant regeneration from callus cultures of several soybean genotypes via embryogenesis and organogenesis
U. B. Barwale;H. R. Kerns;J. M. Widholm.
Miscanthus: A Promising Biomass Crop
Emily A. Heaton;Frank G. Dohleman;A. Fernando Miguez;John A. Juvik.
Advances in Botanical Research (2010)
Chemical components with health implications in wild and cultivated Mexican common bean seeds (Phaseolus vulgaris L.).
Luis Diaz-Batalla;Jack M. Widholm;George C. Fahey;Eduardo Castano-Tostado.
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (2006)
Cultured Nicotiana tabacum cells with an altered anthranilate synthetase which is less sensitive to feedback inhibition
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (1972)
Anthranilate synthetase from 5-methyltryptophan-susceptible and -resistant cultured Daucus carota cells.
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (1972)
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