The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Botany, Anatomy, Cell biology, Arabidopsis and Meristem. Nancy G. Dengler integrates Botany with Systematics in her research. Her Anatomy research focuses on subjects like Vascular bundle, which are linked to Photosynthesis and Convergent evolution.
Her Cell biology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Primordium, Heterochrony, Cellular differentiation, Morphogenesis and Leaf morphogenesis. Her work carried out in the field of Arabidopsis brings together such families of science as Evolutionary biology, Pattern formation, Process, Cell type and Leaf cell. Her Meristem research incorporates themes from Rosette, Leaf development, Xylem and Arabidopsis thaliana.
Her primary areas of investigation include Botany, Meristem, Vascular bundle, Anatomy and Cell biology. Her study in Botany is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Primordium and Leaf development. Her Meristem research incorporates elements of Leaf water and Cellular differentiation.
Her Vascular bundle research focuses on Photosynthesis and how it relates to Poaceae. Her work on Lamina as part of general Anatomy research is often related to Intercellular space and Monstera, thus linking different fields of science. Her research in Cell biology intersects with topics in Arabidopsis, Leaf morphogenesis and Programmed cell death.
Nancy G. Dengler mostly deals with Botany, Meristem, Cell biology, Anatomy and Primordium. Botany is often connected to Arabidopsis thaliana in her work. Her Meristem research integrates issues from Morphogenesis and Leaf water.
Her Cell biology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cellular differentiation, Arabidopsis, Leaf morphogenesis and Programmed cell death. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Vascular bundle, Convergent evolution and RuBisCO. Her studies in Primordium integrate themes in fields like Homeobox and Phyllotaxis.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Anatomy, Botany, Flaveria, Vascular bundle and Meristem. Her Anatomy study also includes fields such as
Her Vascular bundle research includes themes of Calcicola, RuBisCO and Heliotropium tenellum. The Meristem study combines topics in areas such as Homeobox, Arabidopsis, Vascular tissue and Cell biology. Her Cell biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cell cycle and Cell division.
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Cell cycling and cell enlargement in developing leaves of Arabidopsis.
Petra M Donnelly;Dario Bonetta;Hirokazu Tsukaya;Ronald E Dengler.
Developmental Biology (1999)
Leaf Vascular Pattern Formation.
T. Nelson;N. Dengler.
The Plant Cell (1997)
Vascular patterning and leaf shape
Nancy Dengler;Julie Kang.
Current Opinion in Plant Biology (2001)
fusca3: A Heterochronic Mutation Affecting Late Embryo Development in Arabidopsis.
Kallie Keith;Marlene Kraml;Nancy G. Dengler;Peter McCourt.
The Plant Cell (1994)
Programmed Cell Death Remodels Lace Plant Leaf Shape during Development
Arunika H. L. A. N. Gunawardena;Arunika H. L. A. N. Gunawardena;John S. Greenwood;Nancy G. Dengler.
The Plant Cell (2004)
5 – Leaf Structure and Development in C4 Plants
Nancy G. Dengler;Timothy Nelson.
C4 Plant Biology (1999)
Diversity of Kranz anatomy and biochemistry in C4 eudicots
Riyadh Muhaidat;Rowan F. Sage;Nancy G. Dengler.
American Journal of Botany (2007)
Quantitative Leaf Anatomy of C3 and C4 Grasses (Poaceae): Bundle Sheath and Mesophyll Surface Area Relationships
Nancy G. Dengler;Ronald E. Dengler;Petra M. Donnelly;Paul W. Hattersley.
Annals of Botany (1994)
Cell cycling frequency and expression of the homeobox gene ATHB-8 during leaf vein development in Arabidopsis.
Julie J. Kang;Nancy Dengler.
Phylogeny of Flaveria (Asteraceae) and inference of C4 photosynthesis evolution.
Athena D. McKown;Jean-Marc Moncalvo;Jean-Marc Moncalvo;Nancy G. Dengler.
American Journal of Botany (2005)
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