2008 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
2005 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
2004 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences
His primary areas of investigation include Genetics, Genome, Gene, Transposable element and Retrotransposon. His DNA sequencing, Comparative genomics, Repeated sequence, Gene mapping and Genetic marker study are his primary interests in Genetics. His Genome study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Botany.
His studies deal with areas such as Gene rearrangement, Computational biology and Sequence analysis as well as Transposable element. His Retrotransposon research incorporates elements of myr, Phylogenetics, Long terminal repeat and Homologous recombination. He interconnects Intergenic region and Genomic organization in the investigation of issues within Helitron.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Genetics, Genome, Gene, Transposable element and Retrotransposon. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Evolutionary biology and Computational biology. Jeffrey L. Bennetzen works mostly in the field of Gene, limiting it down to topics relating to Sorghum and, in certain cases, Botany.
His Transposable element research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Inverted repeat, Nuclear gene and Direct repeat. Jeffrey L. Bennetzen has researched Retrotransposon in several fields, including genomic DNA, Gene rearrangement, Homologous recombination, Long terminal repeat and Repeated sequence. His research in Genome evolution focuses on subjects like Reference genome, which are connected to Genome project.
Genome, Gene, Genetics, Evolutionary biology and Sequence assembly are his primary areas of study. His research on Genome often connects related areas such as Computational biology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Camellia sinensis and Tannin in addition to Gene.
His Genetics study incorporates themes from Tiller and Sorghum. His work carried out in the field of Evolutionary biology brings together such families of science as Genome size, Holocentric, Horizontal gene transfer, Domestication and Ploidy. Jeffrey L. Bennetzen combines subjects such as Genome editing, Strain, Identification and Systems biology with his study of Sequence assembly.
His primary areas of study are Genome, Gene, Genetics, Genome evolution and Sequence assembly. His Genome research includes themes of Evolutionary biology, Amplicon, Phylogenetics, Nicotiana and Computational biology. His Gene study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Germplasm and Obligate parasite.
Comparative genomics, Reference genome and Transcriptome are among the areas of Genetics where Jeffrey L. Bennetzen concentrates his study. The various areas that Jeffrey L. Bennetzen examines in his Sequence assembly study include Identification, Systems biology, Functional divergence, Genome editing and Haplotype. The concepts of his Gene family study are interwoven with issues in Lineage, Transposable element and Illumina dye sequencing.
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The B73 Maize Genome: Complexity, Diversity, and Dynamics
Patrick S. Schnable;Doreen Ware;Robert S. Fulton;Joshua C. Stein.
A unified classification system for eukaryotic transposable elements
Thomas Wicker;François Sabot;Aurélie Hua-Van;Jeffrey L. Bennetzen.
Nature Reviews Genetics (2007)
Codon selection in yeast.
J L Bennetzen;B D Hall.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1982)
The Physcomitrella Genome Reveals Evolutionary Insights into the Conquest of Land by Plants
Stefan A. Rensing;Daniel Lang;Andreas D. Zimmer;Astrid Terry.
Nested Retrotransposons in the Intergenic Regions of the Maize Genome
Phillip SanMiguel;Alexander Tikhonov;Young Kwan Jin;Natasha Motchoulskaia.
The genome of woodland strawberry ( Fragaria vesca )
Vladimir Shulaev;Daniel J. Sargent;Ross N. Crowhurst;Todd C. Mockler.
Nature Genetics (2011)
The wheat VRN2 gene is a flowering repressor down-regulated by vernalization.
Liuling Yan;Artem Loukoianov;Ann Blechl;Gabriela Tranquilli.
The paleontology of intergene retrotransposons of maize
Phillip SanMiguel;Brandon S. Gaut;Alexander Tikhonov;Yuko Nakajima.
Nature Genetics (1998)
Transposable element contributions to plant gene and genome evolution.
Jeffrey L. Bennetzen.
Plant Molecular Biology (2000)
The genome of the pear (Pyrus bretschneideri Rehd.)
Jun Wu;Zhiwen Wang;Zebin Shi;Shu Zhang.
Genome Research (2013)
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