Browsing by Author Tsai-Yu Tzeng

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-Alteration of the petal and stamen development by ectopic expression of a lily (Lilium longiflorum) serine/threonine protein kinase gene in transgenic Arabidopsis thalianaChun-Hung Chen; Tsai-Yu Tzeng; Chang-Hsien Yang-
-Characterization of a serine/threonine protein kinase gene potentially involvingfloral organ formation from lily, Lilium longiflorumChun-Hung Chen; Tsai-Yu Tzeng; Chang-Hsien Yang-
-Ectopic expression of a lily (Lilium longiflorum) p70 ribosomal S6 kinase homologue alters the petal and stamen development in transgenic Arabidopsis thalianaTsai-Yu Tzeng; Chun-Hung Chen; Chang-Hsien Yang-
-Functional analysis of three MADS box genes controlling floral initiation and floral formation from lily, Lilium longiflorumTsai-Yu Tzeng; Chang-Hsien Yang-
-Isolation and characterization of MADS box genes involving in floral organ formation from lily, Lilium longiflorumTsai-Yu Tzeng; Chang-Hsien Yang-
-(Journal of Biological Chemistry,279(11):10747-10755)The C-terminal sequence of LMADS1 is essential for the formation of homodimers for B function proteinsTsai-Yu Tzeng; Hsin-Ching Liu; Chang-Hsien Yang
-MADS box genes from lily (Lilium longiflorum) and orchid (Oncidium flexuosum) are sufficient to promote flowering by activating flowering time genes in Arabidopsis thalianaTsai-Yu Tzeng; Hsing-Fun Hsu; Chih-Hsiang Huang; Chang-Hsien Yang-
-Molecular cloning and characterization of a lily (Lilium Longiflorum) "A" functional MADS box gene during floral developmentPei-Ju Chi; Tsai-Yu Tzeng; Chang-Hsien Yang-
-Molecular cloning and characterization of three MADS box genes controlling floral organ identity from lily, Lilium longiflorumTsai-Yu Tzeng; Chang-Hsien Yang-
-(Plant Cell Physiology,42(10):1156-1168)A MADS box gene from lily (Lilium longiflorum) is sufficient to generate dominant negative mutation by interacting with PISTILLATA (PI) in Arabidopsis thalianaTsai-Yu Tzeng; Chang-Hsien Yang
-(Plant Physiology,130:1827-1836)Ectopic expression of carpel-specific MADS box genes from lily (Lilium longiflorum) and lisianthus (Eustoma grandiflorum) causes similar homeotic conversion of sepal and petal in ArabidopsisTsai-Yu Tzeng; Hsing-Yu Chen; Chang-Hsien Yang
-(Plant Physiology,133(3):1091-1101)Two Lily SEPALLATA-like genes cause different effects on floral formation and floral transition in Arabidopsis thalianaTsai-Yu Tzeng; Chih-Chi Hsiao; Pei-Ju Chi; Chang-Hsien Yang-
-Three MADS box genes showed novel regulationpatterns incontrolling floral initiation and floral formation from lily, Lilium LongiflorumTsai-Yu Tzeng; Chang-Hsien Yang-
-Two genes from lily (Lilium longiflorum) are sufficient to promote flowering by activating flowering time genes in Arabidopsis thalianaTsai-Yu Tzeng; Chang-Hsien Yang-
-Two Genes from Lily (Lilium longiflorum) are sufficientto promoteflowering by activating flowering time genes in Arabidopsis thalianaTsai-Yu Tzeng; Chang-Hsien Yang-
-銀行的經營效率與規模之比較分析Tsai-Yu Tzeng; 曾才毓