2009 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
His primary areas of investigation include Arabidopsis, Cytokinin, Mutant, Cell biology and Biochemistry. His Arabidopsis study combines topics in areas such as Regulation of gene expression, Transcription factor, Signal transduction and Gene family. His Cytokinin research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Histidine kinase, Histidine, Transcription and Botany.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Auxin and Adenine derivatives in addition to Botany. His research investigates the connection between Mutant and topics such as Kinase that intersect with issues in Ethylene binding and Gene product. The various areas that Joseph J. Kieber examines in his Cell biology study include Primordium, Response regulator and Lateral root formation.
His primary areas of study are Arabidopsis, Cytokinin, Cell biology, Biochemistry and Mutant. His Arabidopsis research integrates issues from Arabidopsis thaliana, Signal transduction and Transcription factor. His work in Cytokinin tackles topics such as Response regulator which are related to areas like Plant hormone.
His Cell biology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cell wall, Botany, Auxin and Meristem. His Biochemistry study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Ripening. His Mutant research includes elements of Phenotype, Mutation, Oryza sativa, Etiolation and Gene isoform.
Joseph J. Kieber mainly focuses on Cell biology, Arabidopsis, Cytokinin, Mutant and Transcription factor. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cell wall, Biosynthesis and Plant physiology. The study of Gene and Genetics are components of his Arabidopsis research.
His Cytokinin study combines topics in areas such as Phenotype, Receptor, Histidine kinase and Response regulator. As a part of the same scientific study, Joseph J. Kieber usually deals with the Mutant, concentrating on Oryza sativa and frequently concerns with Gene family. His research in Transcription factor focuses on subjects like Plant growth, which are connected to Cytokinin signaling, Transcription, Endoplasmic reticulum, Nucleus and Protein kinase A.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Cell biology, Cell wall, Transcription factor, Cellulose and Cytokinin. Joseph J. Kieber interconnects Plant cell, Membrane protein and Biosynthesis in the investigation of issues within Cell biology. His Transcription factor study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Arabidopsis.
His Arabidopsis study deals with the bigger picture of Genetics. Joseph J. Kieber combines subjects such as Cell, Exocytosis, Mutant, Cytosol and Kinase with his study of Cellulose. His Cytokinin study incorporates themes from Cell signaling and Gene expression, Transcriptional regulation.
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CTR1, a negative regulator of the ethylene response pathway in Arabidopsis, encodes a member of the raf family of protein kinases
Joseph J. Kieber;Madge Rothenberg;Gregg Roman;Kenneth A. Feldmann.
WUSCHEL controls meristem function by direct regulation of cytokinin-inducible response regulators
Andrea Leibfried;Jennifer P. C. To;Wolfgang Busch;Sandra Stehling.
Genetic analysis of ethylene signal transduction in Arabidopsis thaliana: five novel mutant loci integrated into a stress response pathway.
Gregg Roman;Barry Lubarsky;Joseph J. Kieber;Madge Rothenberg.
Type-A Arabidopsis response regulators are partially redundant negative regulators of cytokinin signaling.
Jennifer P.C. To;Georg Haberer;Fernando J. Ferreira;Jean Deruère.
The Plant Cell (2004)
Characterization of the Response of the Arabidopsis Response Regulator Gene Family to Cytokinin
Ingrid B. D'Agostino;Jean Deruère;Joseph J. Kieber;Joseph J. Kieber.
Plant Physiology (2000)
RESPONSIVE-TO-ANTAGONIST1, a Menkes/Wilson Disease–Related Copper Transporter, Is Required for Ethylene Signaling in Arabidopsis
Takashi Hirayama;Joseph J. Kieber;Noriko Hirayama;Mikhail Kogan.
CTR1 phosphorylates the central regulator EIN2 to control ethylene hormone signaling from the ER membrane to the nucleus in Arabidopsis
Chuanli Ju;Gyeong Mee Yoon;Jennifer Marie Shemansky;David Y. Lin.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2012)
Two Genes with Similarity to Bacterial Response Regulators Are Rapidly and Specifically Induced by Cytokinin in Arabidopsis
Ingrid Brandstatter;Joseph J. Kieber.
The Plant Cell (1998)
Biochemical and functional analysis of CTR1, a protein kinase that negatively regulates ethylene signaling in Arabidopsis.
Yafan Huang;Hui Li;Claire E. Hutchison;James Laskey.
Plant Journal (2003)
Localization of the Raf-like Kinase CTR1 to the Endoplasmic Reticulum of Arabidopsis through Participation in Ethylene Receptor Signaling Complexes
Zhiyong Gao;Yi Feng Chen;Melynda D. Randlett;Xue Chu Zhao.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2003)
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