2017 - Fellow of the Royal Society, United Kingdom
2007 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
2005 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
1998 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences
Her primary areas of investigation include Genetics, Transposable element, Gene, Genome and Inverted repeat. The concepts of her Transposable element study are interwoven with issues in genomic DNA and Computational biology. Her Gene study typically links adjacent topics like Molecular biology.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Oryza sativa and Sequence in addition to Genome. She works mostly in the field of Inverted repeat, limiting it down to topics relating to GenBank and, in certain cases, Direct repeat. Her Retrotransposon research focuses on Gene mapping and how it connects with Copy-number variation and Ploidy.
Susan R. Wessler mainly focuses on Genetics, Transposable element, Genome, Gene and Inverted repeat. Susan R. Wessler studied Transposable element and Computational biology that intersect with Phylogenetic tree. The Genome study combines topics in areas such as Evolutionary biology and Oryza sativa.
Her Mutant, Gene expression and Mutation study in the realm of Gene connects with subjects such as R gene. Her research investigates the connection with Inverted repeat and areas like genomic DNA which intersect with concerns in GenBank. Her Retrotransposon research incorporates themes from Long terminal repeat and Gene mapping.
Susan R. Wessler focuses on Genetics, Transposable element, Genome, Genome evolution and Transposase. Her Transposable element research incorporates elements of Evolutionary biology, Inverted repeat, Conserved sequence and Locus. Many of her research projects under Inverted repeat are closely connected to Ping with Ping, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
Her Genome study is associated with Gene. Gene mapping and Retrotransposon are among the areas of Gene where Susan R. Wessler concentrates her study. Susan R. Wessler has researched Transposase in several fields, including Amino acid, Structural variation, Regulatory sequence and Sequence analysis, DNA.
Her primary areas of investigation include Genetics, Transposable element, Genome, Genome evolution and Inverted repeat. Many of her studies on Genetics apply to Mimulus as well. Her Transposable element study combines topics in areas such as Oryza sativa, Computational biology and Conserved sequence.
Her Conserved sequence study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Phylogenetics and Phylogenetic tree. Her Genome evolution research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Ploidy, Retrotransposon, Gene mapping and Genomics. Her work carried out in the field of Genomics brings together such families of science as genomic DNA and Plant genetics.
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The B73 Maize Genome: Complexity, Diversity, and Dynamics
Patrick S. Schnable;Doreen Ware;Robert S. Fulton;Joshua C. Stein.
Plant transposable elements: where genetics meets genomics
Cédric Feschotte;Ning Jiang;Susan R. Wessler.
Nature Reviews Genetics (2002)
Molecular identification and isolation of the Waxy locus in maize.
M. Shure;S. Wessler;N. Fedoroff.
Lc, a member of the maize R gene family responsible for tissue-specific anthocyanin production, encodes a protein similar to transcriptional activators and contains the myc-homology region.
Steven R. Ludwig;Ledare F. Habera;Stephen L. Dellaporta;Susan R. Wessler.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1989)
Isolation of the transposable maize controlling elements Ac and Ds
N. Fedoroff;S. Wessler;M. Shure.
Pack-MULE transposable elements mediate gene evolution in plants
Ning Jiang;Zhirong Bao;Zhirong Bao;Xiaoyu Zhang;Xiaoyu Zhang;Sean R. Eddy.
LTR-retrotransposons and MITEs: important players in the evolution of plant genomes.
Susan R. Wessler;Thomas E. Bureau;Shawn E. White.
Current Opinion in Genetics & Development (1995)
An active DNA transposon family in rice
Ning Jiang;Zhirong Bao;Xiaoyu Zhang;Hirohiko Hirochika.
Mutants of Maize
M. G. Neuffer;E. H. Coe;S. R. Wessler.
Plant retrotransposons: Turned on by stress
Susan R. Wessler.
Current Biology (1996)
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