Joe L. Key focuses on Biochemistry, RNA, Heat shock protein, Gene and Molecular biology. His RNA research incorporates elements of Hypocotyl, Ribosomal RNA, Auxin and DNA synthesis. His study in the fields of HSPA4 and HSPA14 under the domain of Heat shock protein overlaps with other disciplines such as Shock.
His Gene research entails a greater understanding of Genetics. His Molecular biology research includes themes of Protein primary structure, Complementary DNA, Gene expression, Northern blot and Transcription. His Protein biosynthesis study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Messenger RNA and Cell biology.
Joe L. Key mainly investigates Biochemistry, Molecular biology, RNA, Heat shock protein and Gene. His studies examine the connections between Biochemistry and genetics, as well as such issues in Hypocotyl, with regards to Incubation and Etiolation. His research in Molecular biology intersects with topics in Polymerase, Enzyme, Ribosomal RNA, Complementary DNA and RNA polymerase I.
The concepts of his RNA study are interwoven with issues in Chromatin, DNA, Nucleic acid and Auxin. His Heat shock, HSPA12A and HSPA4 study, which is part of a larger body of work in Heat shock protein, is frequently linked to Shock, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Gene study is associated with Genetics.
His primary areas of investigation include Gene, Heat shock protein, Genetics, Molecular biology and Gene expression. To a larger extent, Joe L. Key studies Biochemistry with the aim of understanding Heat shock protein. Joe L. Key works on Biochemistry which deals in particular with Organelle.
His Molecular biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in RNA, Polyadenylation, Fusion gene and Agrobacterium. In general Gene expression, his work in Chimeric gene is often linked to Expression cassette linking many areas of study. Joe L. Key has included themes like cDNA library and Messenger RNA in his Auxin study.
His primary areas of study are Gene, Gene family, Genetics, Gene expression and Molecular biology. His study on Gene family is covered under Biochemistry. His research in Genetics focuses on subjects like Cell biology, which are connected to Cytokinin, Genetically modified crops, Promoter, Nicotiana tabacum and Chimeric gene.
Joe L. Key combines subjects such as Base sequence, Regulation of gene expression and Transgene with his study of Gene expression. Joe L. Key has researched Molecular biology in several fields, including RNA, Auxin, Hormone, Messenger RNA and Transcription. His study in RNA is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Vascular tissue, In situ hybridization, Cell division, Phloem and Cell type.
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Heat shock proteins of higher plants.
Joe L. Key;C. Y. Lin;Y. M. Chen.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1981)
Acquisition of Thermotolerance in Soybean Seedlings : Synthesis and Accumulation of Heat Shock Proteins and their Cellular Localization.
Chu-Yung Lin;J. K. Roberts;Joe L. Key.
Plant Physiology (1984)
Ribonucleic Acid and Protein Synthesis as Essential Processes for Cell Elongation
Joe L. Key.
Plant Physiology (1964)
Comparative analysis of physical stress responses in soybean seedlings using cloned heat shock CDNAs
Eva Czarnecka;L. Edelman;F. Schöffl;Joe L. Key.
Plant Molecular Biology (1984)
Isolation of cloned cDNAs to auxin-responsive poly(A)+RNAs of elongating soybean hypocotyl
John C. Walker;Joe L. Key.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1982)
Characterization and sequence analysis of a developmentally regulated putative cell wall protein gene isolated from soybean
Jong Chan Hong;R. T. Nagao;J. L. Key.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1987)
Enhancement by Auxin of Ribonucleic Acid Synthesis in Excised Soybean Hypocotyl Tissue.
Joe L. Key;Jack C. Shannon.
Plant Physiology (1964)
Sequence and characterization of two auxin-regulated genes from soybean.
W M Ainley;J C Walker;R T Nagao;J L Key.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1988)
Characterization of Gmhsp26-A, a stress gene encoding a divergent heat shock protein of soybean: heavy-metal-induced inhibition of intron processing.
E Czarnecka;R T Nagao;J L Key;W B Gurley.
Molecular and Cellular Biology (1988)
Synthesis of the Low Molecular Weight Heat Shock Proteins in Plants
Michael A. Mansfield;Joe L. Key.
Plant Physiology (1987)
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