Ralf Reski spends much of his time researching Physcomitrella patens, Genetics, Physcomitrella, Gene and Genome. Ralf Reski interconnects Bryopsida, Expressed sequence tag, Cellular differentiation, Biotechnology and Computational biology in the investigation of issues within Physcomitrella patens. His Physcomitrella study combines topics in areas such as Botany, Homologous recombination, Nuclear gene, Reverse genetics and Gene targeting.
In the subject of general Gene, his work in Complementary DNA and Gene knockout is often linked to Anaerobic bacteria, thereby combining diverse domains of study. Ralf Reski has researched Genome in several fields, including Evolutionary biology and Phylogenetics. His Phylogenetics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Whole genome sequencing, Multicellular organism and Gene family.
His primary areas of investigation include Physcomitrella patens, Physcomitrella, Botany, Genetics and Gene. His Physcomitrella patens study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Computational biology, Homologous recombination and Cell biology. His Cell biology study also includes fields such as
His Physcomitrella research includes elements of Arabidopsis thaliana, Functional genomics, Complementary DNA, Reverse genetics and Gene targeting. His Genetics research focuses on Genome, Phylogenetics, Gene knockout, Auxin and Arabidopsis. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Genome, Plant evolution and Gene duplication is strongly linked to Evolutionary biology.
Physcomitrella patens, Cell biology, Gene, Physcomitrella and Moss are his primary areas of study. His work deals with themes such as Organelle, Nicotiana tabacum and Gene isoform, which intersect with Physcomitrella patens. In his research, Asymmetric cell division is intimately related to Reprogramming, which falls under the overarching field of Cell biology.
His Gene study is concerned with the larger field of Genetics. His Physcomitrella research is included under the broader classification of Biochemistry. His research on Moss also deals with topics like
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Physcomitrella patens, Cell biology, Gene, Moss and Complement inhibitor. His Physcomitrella patens research incorporates themes from Peat, Bog, Sphagnum, Biomonitoring and Regulator. His research integrates issues of Moss bioreactor, Apoptotic body and Recombinant DNA, Fusion protein in his study of Cell biology.
His Moss research integrates issues from Motile sperm and Carbon cycle. His Gene expression research incorporates elements of Reprogramming, Cell type and Physcomitrella. DNA repair is the subject of his research, which falls under Genetics.
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The Physcomitrella Genome Reveals Evolutionary Insights into the Conquest of Land by Plants
Stefan A. Rensing;Daniel Lang;Andreas D. Zimmer;Astrid Terry.
Transcriptional Control of Gene Expression by MicroRNAs
Basel Khraiwesh;M. Asif Arif;Gotelinde I. Seumel;Stephan Ossowski.
Plant nuclear gene knockout reveals a role in plastid division for the homolog of the bacterial cell division protein FtsZ, an ancestral tubulin.
René Strepp;Sirkka Scholz;Sven Kruse;Volker Speth.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1998)
Development, Genetics and Molecular Biology of Mosses
Botanica Acta (1998)
Identification of a novel D6‐acyl‐group desaturase by targeted gene disruption in Physcomitrella patens
Thomas Girke;Hermann Schmidt;Ulrich Zahringer;Ralf Reski.
Plant Journal (1998)
Induction of budding on chloronemata and caulonemata of the moss, Physcomitrella patens, using isopentenyladenine
R. Reski;W. O. Abel.
The Physcomitrella patens chromosome-scale assembly reveals moss genome structure and evolution.
Daniel Lang;Kristian K. Ullrich;Florent Murat;Joerg Fuchs.
Plant Journal (2018)
Targeted knockouts of Physcomitrella lacking plant-specific immunogenic N-glycans.
Anna Koprivova;Christian Stemmer;Friedrich Altmann;Axel Hoffmann.
Plant Biotechnology Journal (2004)
Physcomitrella patens is highly tolerant against drought, salt and osmotic stress
Wolfgang Frank;Diah Ratnadewi;Diah Ratnadewi;Ralf Reski.
An ancient genome duplication contributed to the abundance of metabolic genes in the moss Physcomitrella patens
Stefan A Rensing;Julia Ick;Jeffrey A Fawcett;Daniel Lang.
BMC Evolutionary Biology (2007)
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