Wolfgang Schuch mainly focuses on Biochemistry, Transgene, Gene, Molecular biology and Phytoene. His work deals with themes such as Ripening and Lignin, which intersect with Biochemistry. Wolfgang Schuch works mostly in the field of Ripening, limiting it down to concerns involving Antisense RNA and, occasionally, Pectinase, Antisense Elements, Pectinesterase, Cell wall disassembly and Pectinesterase activity.
The subject of his Gene research is within the realm of Genetics. He studied Gene expression and Biosynthesis that intersect with Phenylalanine ammonia-lyase, RNA, Messenger RNA, Elicitor and Phenylalanine. His research in Lycopene intersects with topics in Genetically modified tomato, Phytoene desaturase and Chromoplast.
Wolfgang Schuch mainly investigates Biochemistry, Gene, Molecular biology, Ripening and Gene expression. Enzyme, Carotenoid, Phytoene, Transgene and Phytoene synthase are among the areas of Biochemistry where he concentrates his study. The various areas that Wolfgang Schuch examines in his Gene study include DNA and Cell biology.
His Molecular biology research integrates issues from genomic DNA, Genomic library, Complementary DNA, Molecular cloning and Messenger RNA. His research integrates issues of Pectinase, Lycopersicon, Antisense RNA and Solanaceae in his study of Ripening. His Gene expression research incorporates elements of RNA, Regulation of gene expression and Mutant.
Wolfgang Schuch mostly deals with Biochemistry, Carotenoid, Transgene, Lycopene and Phytoene synthase. His study in Enzyme, Phytoene, Terpenoid, ATP synthase and Plastid is done as part of Biochemistry. His Carotenoid research focuses on Carotene and how it relates to Solanum and Ripening.
His work carried out in the field of Transgene brings together such families of science as Biosynthesis and A-DNA. Wolfgang Schuch combines subjects such as Phenols, Gene expression and Lignin with his study of Biosynthesis. The study incorporates disciplines such as Genetically modified tomato, Enzyme assay and Chromoplast in addition to Phytoene synthase.
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Carotenoid Biosynthesis during Tomato Fruit Development (Evidence for Tissue-Specific Gene Expression)
P. D. Fraser;M. R. Truesdale;C. R. Bird;W. Schuch.
Plant Physiology (1994)
Evaluation of transgenic tomato plants expressing an additional phytoene synthase in a fruit-specific manner.
Paul D. Fraser;Susanne Romer;Cathie A. Shipton;Philippa B. Mills.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2002)
Elevation of the provitamin A content of transgenic tomato plants.
Susanne Römer;Paul D. Fraser;Joy W. Kiano;Cathie A. Shipton.
Nature Biotechnology (2000)
Manipulation of lignin quality by downregulation of cinnamyl alcohol dehydrogenase
Claire Halpin;Mary E. Knight;Geoffrey A. Foxon;Malcolm M. Campbell.
Plant Journal (1994)
Flavor trivia and tomato aroma: biochemistry and possible mechanisms for control of important aroma components.
Elizabeth A. Baldwin;John W. Scott;Christine K. Shewmaker;Wolfgang Schuch.
Inheritance and effect on ripening of antisense polygalacturonase genes in transgenic tomatoes
Christopher J. S. Smith;Colin F. Watson;Peter C. Morris;Colin R. Bird.
Plant Molecular Biology (1990)
Down-regulation of Cinnamoyl-CoA reductase induces significant changes of lignin profiles in transgenic tobacco plants
Joël Piquemal;Catherine Lapierre;Kate Myton;Ann O’connell.
Plant Journal (2002)
An ethanol inducible gene switch for plants used to manipulate carbon metabolism.
Mark X. Caddick;Andrew J. Greenland;lan Jepson;Klaus-Peter Krause.
Nature Biotechnology (1998)
Molecular biology of fruit ripening and its manipulation with antisense genes.
Julie Gray;Steve Picton;Junaid Shabbeer;Wolfgang Schuch.
Plant Molecular Biology (1992)
The tomato polygalacturonase gene and ripening-specific expression in transgenic plants.
C. R. Bird;C. J. S. Smith;J. A. Ray;P. Moureau.
Plant Molecular Biology (1988)
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