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Relationship of source and sink in determining kernel composition of maize.

Seebauer JR, Singletary GW, Krumpelman PM, Ruffo ML, Below FE.

J Exp Bot. 2010;61(2):511-9. doi: 10.1093/jxb/erp324. Epub 2009 Nov 16.

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Maize opaque endosperm mutations create extensive changes in patterns of gene expression.

Hunter BG, Beatty MK, Singletary GW, Hamaker BR, Dilkes BP, Larkins BA, Jung R.

Plant Cell. 2002 Oct;14(10):2591-612.

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Expression profiling of reciprocal maize hybrids divergent for cold germination and desiccation tolerance.

Kollipara KP, Saab IN, Wych RD, Lauer MJ, Singletary GW.

Plant Physiol. 2002 Jul;129(3):974-92.

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Functional interactions between heterologously expressed starch-branching enzymes of maize and the glycogen synthases of Brewer's yeast.

Seo BS, Kim S, Scott MP, Singletary GW, Wong KS, James MG, Myers AM.

Plant Physiol. 2002 Apr;128(4):1189-99.

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Molecular cloning of starch synthase I from maize (W64) endosperm and expression in Escherichia coli.

Knight ME, Harn C, Lilley CE, Guan H, Singletary GW, MuForster C, Wasserman BP, Keeling PL.

Plant J. 1998 Jun;14(5):613-22.

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Physical association of starch biosynthetic enzymes with starch granules of maize endosperm. Granule-associated forms of starch synthase I and starch branching enzyme II.

Mu-Forster C, Huang R, Powers JR, Harriman RW, Knight M, Singletary GW, Keeling PL, Wasserman BP.

Plant Physiol. 1996 Jul;111(3):821-9.

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Response of enzymes and storage proteins of maize endosperm to nitrogen supply.

Singletary GW, Doehlert DC, Wilson CM, Muhitch MJ, Below FE.

Plant Physiol. 1990 Nov;94(3):858-64.

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Roles of carbohydrate supply and phytohormones in maize kernel abortion.

Reed AJ, Singletary GW.

Plant Physiol. 1989 Nov;91(3):986-92.

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Increased induction of regenerable callus cultures from cultured kernels of the maize inbred FR27rhm.

Duncan DR, Singletary GW, Below FE, Widholm JM.

Plant Cell Rep. 1989 Jun;8(6):350-3. doi: 10.1007/BF00716671.

PMID:
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Gramine Accumulation in Leaves of Barley Grown under High-Temperature Stress.

Hanson AD, Ditz KM, Singletary GW, Leland TJ.

Plant Physiol. 1983 Apr;71(4):896-904.

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