Tony H. H. Chen focuses on Botany, Genetics, Genetically modified crops, Biochemistry and Hordeum vulgare. His Botany research incorporates themes from Catalase and Horticulture. His studies examine the connections between Genetically modified crops and genetics, as well as such issues in Abiotic stress, with regards to Plant cell, Cell biology, Osmotic pressure and Reactive oxygen species.
In the subject of general Biochemistry, his work in Photosynthesis is often linked to Choline oxidase and Tetrazolium chloride, thereby combining diverse domains of study. He combines subjects such as Doubled haploidy, Triticeae and Gene family with his study of Hordeum vulgare. His Quantitative trait locus study incorporates themes from Adaptation, Dormancy, Cold adaptation and Temperate climate.
Tony H. H. Chen mainly investigates Botany, Horticulture, Gene, Biochemistry and Dormancy. Botany and Genetically modified crops are frequently intertwined in his study. His study in Genetically modified crops is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Transformation, Abiotic stress and Plant physiology.
The concepts of his Horticulture study are interwoven with issues in Environmental factor, Acclimatization and Cornus sericea. His study on Gene expression, Complementary DNA and Gene expression profiling is often connected to Violaxanthin as part of broader study in Gene. His study in the fields of Abscisic acid, Chloroplast and Malondialdehyde under the domain of Biochemistry overlaps with other disciplines such as Choline oxidase.
Tony H. H. Chen spends much of his time researching Botany, Gene, Genetically modified crops, Solanum tuberosum and Abiotic stress. His Botany study incorporates themes from Ectopic expression, Transgene and Cell biology. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Gene, Genetics, Triticeae, Genetic variation, Genotype and Allele is strongly linked to Hordeum vulgare.
His studies in Genetically modified crops integrate themes in fields like Horticulture and Plant physiology. Tony H. H. Chen focuses mostly in the field of Solanum tuberosum, narrowing it down to topics relating to Solanaceae and, in certain cases, Palisade cell, Chlorophyll and Regulon. His study on Abiotic stress also encompasses disciplines like
His primary scientific interests are in Botany, Genetically modified crops, Gene, Transgene and Abiotic stress. His research in Botany intersects with topics in Phenotype and Horticulture. His work is dedicated to discovering how Gene, Solanum tuberosum are connected with Transcriptome, Regulon, Solanum, Acclimatization and Cold acclimation and other disciplines.
His research investigates the connection between Transcriptome and topics such as Solanaceae that intersect with issues in Chloroplast, Cytosol, Lycopersicon and Genetically modified tomato. His Transgene research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Photosynthesis, Genetically engineered and Increased tolerance. As part of the same scientific family, Tony H. H. Chen usually focuses on Abiotic stress, concentrating on Plant cell and intersecting with Reactive oxygen species, Abiotic component, Cell biology and Osmotic pressure.
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Enhancement of tolerance of abiotic stress by metabolic engineering of betaines and other compatible solutes.
Tony H.H Chen;Norio Murata.
Current Opinion in Plant Biology (2002)
Glycinebetaine: an effective protectant against abiotic stress in plants
Tony H.H. Chen;Norio Murata.
Trends in Plant Science (2008)
Glycinebetaine protects plants against abiotic stress: mechanisms and biotechnological applications.
Tony H. H. Chen;Norio Murata.
Plant Cell and Environment (2011)
From genotype to phenotype: unraveling the complexities of cold adaptation in forest trees
Glenn T. Howe;Sally N. Aitken;David B. Neale;Kathleen D. Jermstad.
Quantitative Trait Loci and Candidate Gene Mapping of Bud Set and Bud Flush in Populus
Barbara E. Frewen;Tony H. H. Chen;Glenn T. Howe;Joel Davis.
Molecular and structural characterization of barley vernalization genes
Jarislav Von Zitzewitz;Péter SZüCS;Péter SZüCS;Jorge Dubcovsky;Liuling Yan.
Plant Molecular Biology (2005)
Structural, functional, and phylogenetic characterization of a large CBF gene family in barley
Skinner Js;von Zitzewitz J;Szucs P;Marquez-Cedillo L.
Plant Molecular Biology (2005)
Genetic engineering of glycinebetaine synthesis in tomato protects seeds, plants, and flowers from chilling damage
Eung-Jun Park;Zoran Jeknić;Atsushi Sakamoto;Jeanine DeNoma.
Plant Journal (2004)
Quantitative trait loci on barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) chromosome 7 associated with components of winterhardiness.
P. M. Hayes;T. Blake;T. H. H. Chen;S. Tragoonrung.
The CBF1-dependent low temperature signalling pathway, regulon and increase in freeze tolerance are conserved in Populus spp
Catherine Benedict;Jeffrey S. Skinner;Rengong Meng;Yongjian Chang.
Plant Cell and Environment (2006)
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