Skip to main content

Discovery that Connects

From fundamental insights to better plants, sustainably grown, serving the world

Recent publications from the SIPS community – December 20, 2018

First Report of Colletotrichum fioriniae Causing Bitter Rot on Asian Pear (Pyrus pyrifolia (Burm. f.) Nakai) and Common Pear (Pyrus communis L.) in New York, U.S.A.

Pavlović, Ž., Santander, R., Meredith, C., and Aćimović, S.G. 2018. Plant Disease.

Nitrogen and Phosphorus Availability of Biologically and Thermochemically Decomposed Human Wastes and Urine in Soils With Different Texture and pH.

Krounbi, L., van Es, H., Karanja, N., and Lehmann, J. 2018. Soil Science:

Intragenic Meiotic Crossovers Generate Novel Alleles with Transgressive Expression Levels

Liu, S., Schnable, J.C., Ott, A., Yeh, C.-T.E., Springer, N.M., Yu, J., Muehlbauer, G., Timmermans, M.C.P., Scanlon, M.J., and Schnable, P.S. 2018. Molecular Biology and Evolution 35:2762-2772.

Sugar metabolism and accumulation in the fruit of transgenic apple trees with decreased sorbitol synthesis

Li, M., Li, P., Ma, F., Dandekar, A.M., and Cheng, L. 2018. Horticulture Research 5:60.

Increased activity of MdFRK2, a high-affinity fructokinase, leads to upregulation of sorbitol metabolism and downregulation of sucrose metabolism in apple leaves

Yang, J., Zhu, L., Cui, W., Zhang, C., Li, D., Ma, B., Cheng, L., Ruan, Y.-L., Ma, F., and Li, M. 2018. Horticulture Research 5:71.

Skip to toolbar