Sandra M Schmöckel
Sandra M Schmöckel
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Evaluating physiological responses of plants to salinity stress
S Negrão, SM Schmöckel, M Tester
Annals of Botany 119 (1), 1-11, 2017
The genome of Chenopodium quinoa
DE Jarvis, YS Ho, DJ Lightfoot, SM Schmöckel, B Li, TJA Borm, ...
Nature 542 (7641), 307, 2017
Salinity tolerance loci revealed in rice using high-throughput non-invasive phenotyping
N Al-Tamimi, C Brien, H Oakey, B Berger, S Saade, YS Ho, ...
Nature Communications 7, 2016
A novel protein kinase involved in Na+ exclusion revealed from positional cloning
SJ Roy, W Huang, XJ Wang, A Evrard, SM Schmöckel, ZU Zafar, M Tester
Plant, cell & environment 36 (3), 553-568, 2013
Yield-related salinity tolerance traits identified in a nested association mapping (NAM) population of wild barley
S Saade, A Maurer, M Shahid, H Oakey, SM Schmöckel, S Negrão, ...
Scientific reports 6, 32586, 2016
High-throughput non-destructive phenotyping of traits that contribute to salinity tolerance in Arabidopsis thaliana
M Awlia, A Nigro, J Fajkus, SM Schmoeckel, S Negrão, D Santelia, ...
Frontiers in Plant Science 7, 1414, 2016
Identification of putative transmembrane proteins involved in salinity tolerance in Chenopodium quinoa by integrating physiological data, RNAseq and SNP analyses
SM Schmöckel, DJ Lightfoot, R Razali, M Tester, DE Jarvis
Frontiers in Plant Science 8, 1023, 2017
Expression of human c-reactive protein in different systems and its purification from Leishmania tarentolae
H Dortay, SM Schmöckel, J Fettke, B Mueller-Roeber
Protein expression and purification 78 (1), 55-60, 2011
Genetic diversity and population structure of two tomato species from the Galapagos Islands
Y Pailles, S Ho, IS Pires, M Tester, S Negrão, SM Schmöckel
Frontiers in plant science 8, 138, 2017
The genome sequence of the wild tomato Solanum pimpinellifolium provides insights into salinity tolerance
R Razali, S Bougouffa, MJL Morton, D Lightfoot, I Alam, M Essack, ...
Frontiers in Plant Science 9, 1402, 2018
Different NaCl-induced calcium signatures in the Arabidopsis thaliana ecotypes Col-0 and C24
SM Schmöckel, AF Garcia, B Berger, M Tester, AAR Webb, SJ Roy
PloS one 10 (2), e0117564, 2015
The Arabidopsis thaliana K+-uptake permease 5 (AtKUP5) contains a functional cytosolic adenylate cyclase essential for K+ transport
I Al-Younis, A Wong, F Lemtiri-Chlieh, SM Schmöckel, M Tester, ...
Frontiers in Plant Science 9, 1645, 2018
Overexpression of the NAC transcription factor JUNGBRUNNEN1 (JUB1) increases salinity tolerance in tomato
NO Alshareef, JY Wang, S Ali, S Al-Babili, M Tester, SM Schmöckel
Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 140, 113-121, 2019
Diverse traits contribute to salinity tolerance of wild tomato seedlings from the Galapagos Islands
Y Pailles, M Awlia, MM Julkowska, L Passone, K Zemmouri, S Negrão, ...
Plant physiology, pp. 00700.2019, 2020
Salt Stress
S Schmöckel, D Jarvis
Encyclopedia of Applied Plant Sciences 1, 40–43, 2017
Genome wide identification of NAC transcription factors and their role in abiotic stress tolerance in Chenopodium quinoa
NO Alshareef, E Rey, H Khoury, M Tester, SM Schmöckel
BioRxiv, 693093, 2019
A diversity of traits contributes to salinity tolerance of wild Galapagos tomatoes seedlings
Y Pailles, M Awlia, M Julkowska, L Passone, K Zemmouri, S Negrão, ...
bioRxiv, 642876, 2019
Validation of suitable genes for normalization of diurnal gene expression studies in Chenopodium quinoa
N Maldonado-Taipe, D Sarange, S Schmöckel, C Jung, N Emrani
bioRxiv, 2020
Data and scripts for data preparation and phenotypic analysis
N Al-Tamimi, C Brien, H Oakey, B Berger, S Saade, Y Ho, S Schmöckel, ...
HANDLE: http://hdl. handle. net/10754/618220, 2016
Dataset for" The genome sequence of the wild tomato Solanum pimpinellifolium provides insights into salinity tolerance"
S Bougouffa, MJL Morton, DJ Lightfoot, R Mohamad Razali, I Alam, ...
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