The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Botany, Salinity, Shoot, Arabidopsis and Biochemistry. His Botany study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Wheat grain, Biophysics and Salt Tolerant Plants. His Salinity study incorporates themes from Biotechnology, Plant Physiological Phenomena, Poaceae and Crop.
The concepts of his Plant Physiological Phenomena study are interwoven with issues in Cellular ion homeostasis, Ion homeostasis and Plant physiology. His research in Shoot intersects with topics in Arabidopsis thaliana, Water stress, Drought resistance, Plant development and Drought tolerance. His Arabidopsis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Glutamate receptor, Symporter and Cell biology.
His main research concerns Botany, Salinity, Shoot, Agronomy and Biophysics. His work focuses on many connections between Botany and other disciplines, such as Arabidopsis, that overlap with his field of interest in Cell biology. Mark Tester mostly deals with Soil salinity in his studies of Salinity.
Mark Tester has included themes like Nitrate transport and Poaceae, Hordeum vulgare in his Shoot study. His work deals with themes such as Osmotic shock and Nitrate, which intersect with Agronomy. His research integrates issues of Membrane, Biochemistry, Ion transporter and Patch clamp in his study of Biophysics.
His primary areas of study are Salinity, Agronomy, Horticulture, Soil salinity and Crop. The study incorporates disciplines such as Cultivar, Quantitative trait locus, Crop yield, Shoot and Locus in addition to Salinity. His Locus research incorporates themes from Arabidopsis and Hordeum vulgare.
His studies in Agronomy integrate themes in fields like Salinity stress and Nested association mapping. Mark Tester interconnects Halophyte, Osmoprotectant and Osmotic shock in the investigation of issues within Soil salinity. His research on Phenotypic trait often connects related topics like Botany.
Mark Tester mainly investigates Salinity, Agronomy, Cultivar, Crop yield and Shoot. Mark Tester performs multidisciplinary study on Salinity and Water flow in his works. His Crop, Plant density and Yield study in the realm of Agronomy connects with subjects such as Plant maintenance.
His Crop research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Brassica, Greenhouse and Brachypodium distachyon. His research in Cultivar focuses on subjects like Doubled haploidy, which are connected to Soil salinity. His Shoot research incorporates elements of Transport protein, Biophysics, Symporter and Ion transporter.
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Breeding Technologies to Increase Crop Production in a Changing World
Mark Tester;Peter Langridge.
Boron-Toxicity Tolerance in Barley Arising from Efflux Transporter Amplification
Tim Sutton;Ute Baumann;Julie Hayes;Nicholas C. Collins.
HKT1;5-Like Cation Transporters Linked to Na+ Exclusion Loci in Wheat, Nax2 and Kna1
Caitlin S. Byrt;J. Damien Platten;Wolfgang Spielmeyer;Richard A. James.
Plant Physiology (2007)
Nomenclature for HKT transporters, key determinants of plant salinity tolerance
J. Damien Platten;Olivier Cotsaftis;Pierre Berthomieu;Hans Bohnert.
Trends in Plant Science (2006)
Different mechanisms of adaptation to cyclic water stress in two South Australian bread wheat cultivars
Ali Izanloo;Anthony G. Condon;Peter Langridge;Mark Tester.
Journal of Experimental Botany (2008)
Constitutive Overexpression of the OsNAS Gene Family Reveals Single-Gene Strategies for Effective Iron- and Zinc-Biofortification of Rice Endosperm
Alexander A. T. Johnson;Alexander A. T. Johnson;Bianca Kyriacou;Bianca Kyriacou;Damien L. Callahan;Lorraine Carruthers.
PLOS ONE (2011)
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