Rod J. Scott mainly focuses on Genetics, Tapetum, Arabidopsis, Gene and Pollen exine formation. In his study, RNase P, Gene expression, Complementary DNA, Molecular biology and Reporter gene is inextricably linked to Cell biology, which falls within the broad field of Tapetum. His Arabidopsis study is focused on Mutant in general.
In general Gene study, his work on Epigenetics in learning and memory, Drosophila Protein, DNA microarray and Transcription often relates to the realm of Long-term memory, thereby connecting several areas of interest. The subject of his Pollen exine formation research is within the realm of Botany. His work is dedicated to discovering how Endosperm, Polyploid are connected with Arabidopsis thaliana and other disciplines.
Rod J. Scott mainly investigates Genetics, Gene, Arabidopsis, Botany and Arabidopsis thaliana. His works in Endosperm, Genomic imprinting, Imprinting, Epigenetics and Allele are all subjects of inquiry into Genetics. Rod J. Scott interconnects Phenotype, Apomixis and Embryo in the investigation of issues within Endosperm.
His Gene research includes elements of Gametophyte and Computational biology. His Arabidopsis research incorporates themes from Auxin and Function. His Pollen and Brassicaceae study, which is part of a larger body of work in Botany, is frequently linked to Polyspermy, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Rod J. Scott mainly focuses on Gene, Arabidopsis, Botany, Mutant and Genetics. His research integrates issues of Brassica, Brassica oleracea and Embryo in his study of Gene. He works mostly in the field of Arabidopsis, limiting it down to topics relating to Function and, in certain cases, Auxin.
His Botany research incorporates elements of Biodiesel production, Boechera and Human fertilization. His studies deal with areas such as Endosperm and Pollen as well as Mutant. His studies in Endosperm integrate themes in fields like Ovule and Arabidopsis thaliana.
His main research concerns Gene, Genetics, Genomic imprinting, Endosperm and Gene expression profiling. The concepts of his Gene study are interwoven with issues in Brassica and Brassica oleracea. His study in Genetics focuses on Brassica rapa and Genome.
His study in Genomic imprinting is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Phenotype, Regulation of gene expression and Arabidopsis, Mutant.
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Stamen structure and function
Rod J Scott;M Spielman;H G Dickinson.
The Plant Cell (2004)
The AUXIN RESPONSE FACTOR 2 gene of Arabidopsis links auxin signalling, cell division, and the size of seeds and other organs
Marie C. Schruff;Melissa Spielman;Sushma Tiwari;Sally Adams.
Parent-of-origin effects on seed development in Arabidopsis thaliana
Rod J. Scott;Melissa Spielman;John Bailey;Hugh G. Dickinson.
The staufen/pumilio Pathway Is Involved in Drosophila Long-Term Memory
Josh Dubnau;Ann-Shyn Chiang;Ann-Shyn Chiang;Lori Grady;Jody Barditch.
Current Biology (2003)
Premature dissolution of the microsporocyte callose wall causes male sterility in transgenic tobacco.
Dawn Worrall;Diane L. Hird;Rachel Hodge;Wyatt Paul.
The Plant Cell (1992)
The Arabidopsis MALE STERILITY 2 protein shares similarity with reductases in elongation/condensation complexes
Mark G.M. Aarts;Rachel Hodge;Kriton Kalantidis;Dion Florack.
Plant Journal (1997)
Targeting the CREB pathway for memory enhancers
Tim Tully;Rusiko Bourtchouladze;Rod Scott;John Tallman.
Nature Reviews Drug Discovery (2003)
EXS, a putative LRR receptor kinase, regulates male germline cell number and tapetal identity and promotes seed development in Arabidopsis.
Claudia Canales;Anuj M. Bhatt;Rod Scott;Hugh Dickinson.
Current Biology (2002)
Parent-of-origin effects on seed development in Arabidopsis thaliana require DNA methylation.
Sally Adams;Rinke Vinkenoog;Melissa Spielman;Hugh G. Dickinson.
The isolation and characterisation of the tapetum-specific Arabidopsis thaliana A9 gene.
Wyatt Paul;Rachel Hodge;Sarah Smartt;John Draper.
Plant Molecular Biology (1992)
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