Simon R. Turner mostly deals with Secondary cell wall, Biochemistry, Mutant, Cell wall and Cellulose synthase complex. His Secondary cell wall research is within the category of Genetics. Within one scientific family, Simon R. Turner focuses on topics pertaining to Glycosyltransferase under Mutant, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Xylan and Mutagenesis.
His work in Cell wall addresses issues such as Lignin, which are connected to fields such as Intron and Arabidopsis thaliana. Simon R. Turner interconnects Cellulose, Microarray analysis techniques, Gene expression profiling and Gene family in the investigation of issues within Cellulose synthase complex. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Polysaccharide, Vascular tissue, Meristem, Cell biology and Phloem is strongly linked to Xylem.
Simon R. Turner spends much of his time researching Biochemistry, Secondary cell wall, Cell wall, Cell biology and Cellulose synthase complex. Much of his study explores Biochemistry relationship to Molecular biology. As part of one scientific family, Simon R. Turner deals mainly with the area of Secondary cell wall, narrowing it down to issues related to the Mutant, and often Glycosyltransferase.
He focuses mostly in the field of Cell wall, narrowing it down to topics relating to Lignin and, in certain cases, Enzyme. He has included themes like Cell division, Vascular tissue and Xylem in his Cell biology study. His work in Cellulose synthase complex tackles topics such as Cellulose which are related to areas like Biophysics and Cytoskeleton.
Simon R. Turner focuses on Cell biology, Arabidopsis, Cellulose synthase complex, Vascular tissue and Phloem. His Cellulose synthase complex study incorporates themes from Secondary cell wall, Cell wall, Rosette, Protein–protein interaction and Microfibril. His Secondary cell wall study which covers Mutant that intersects with Abscisic acid and Hypocotyl.
His Vascular tissue research incorporates elements of Cell division and Meristem. His research in Phloem intersects with topics in Regulation of gene expression and Xylem. His Cellulose study is concerned with the larger field of Biochemistry.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Cell biology, Meristem, Vascular tissue, Regulation of gene expression and Cellulose. His Cell biology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cambium, Secondary growth, Xylem and Cell division. He combines Meristem and Stable Populations in his studies.
His work carried out in the field of Regulation of gene expression brings together such families of science as Homeobox, Transcription factor, Vascular bundle, Arabidopsis and Phloem. His Cellulose research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Cellulose synthase complex, Cellulose synthesis and Cellulose biosynthesis. Simon R. Turner regularly ties together related areas like Polymer science in his Cellulose biosynthesis studies.
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Identification of Novel Genes in Arabidopsis Involved in Secondary Cell Wall Formation Using Expression Profiling and Reverse Genetics
David M. Brown;Leo A.H. Zeef;Joanne Ellis;Royston Goodacre.
The Plant Cell (2005)
Interactions among three distinct CesA proteins essential for cellulose synthesis
Neil G. Taylor;Rhian M. Howells;Alison K. Huttly;Kate Vickers.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2003)
Collapsed xylem phenotype of Arabidopsis identifies mutants deficient in cellulose deposition in the secondary cell wall.
Simon R. Turner;Chris R. Somerville.
The Plant Cell (1997)
The irregular xylem3 locus of Arabidopsis encodes a cellulose synthase required for secondary cell wall synthesis.
Neil G. Taylor;Wolf-Rüdiger Scheible;Sean Cutler;Chris R. Somerville.
The Plant Cell (1999)
An oleate 12-hydroxylase from Ricinus communis L. is a fatty acyl desaturase homolog
F J van de Loo;P Broun;S Turner;C Somerville.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1995)
Cloning and characterization of irregular xylem4 (irx4): a severely lignin-deficient mutant of Arabidopsis
Louise Jones;A. Roland Ennos;Simon R. Turner.
Plant Journal (2001)
Multiple cellulose synthase catalytic subunits are required for cellulose synthesis in Arabidopsis.
Neil G. Taylor;Steven Laurie;Simon R. Turner.
The Plant Cell (2000)
Comparison of five xylan synthesis mutants reveals new insight into the mechanisms of xylan synthesis
David M. Brown;Florence Goubet;Vicky W. Wong;Royston Goodacre.
Plant Journal (2007)
PXY, a receptor-like kinase essential for maintaining polarity during plant vascular-tissue development.
Kate Fisher;Simon Turner.
Current Biology (2007)
The PXY-CLE41 receptor ligand pair defines a multifunctional pathway that controls the rate and orientation of vascular cell division
J. Peter Etchells;Simon R. Turner.
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