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Nguyen Henry T, Kreps Joel A: Sorghum gene expression profiling. Syngenta Participations, The Curators Of The University Of Missouri, The Texas Tech University System, Nguyen Henry T, Kreps Joel A, TAYLOR Arles A Jr, September 15, 2005: WO/2005/084331 (17 worldwide citation)

The present subject matter provides a method for enhancing the drought resistance of a plant. In some embodiments, polynucleotides from Sorghum bicolor that hybridize to polynucleotides isolated from rice (Oryzasativa) and encode polypeptides for abiotic stress tolerance are also described.


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Hansen Connie, Frey Gerhard, Cayouette Michelle, Flavier Albert, Vasavada Amit, Kreps Joel: Enzymes involved in astaxanthin, carotenoid and isoprenoid biosynthetic pathways, genes encoding them and methods of making and using them. Diversa Corporation, Hansen Connie, Frey Gerhard, Cayouette Michelle, Flavier Albert, Vasavada Amit, Kreps Joel, LINKOWSKI Lynn M, September 14, 2006: WO/2006/096392 (6 worldwide citation)

The invention provides novel enzymes, and the polynucleotides encoding them, involved in carotenoid, astaxanthin and isoprenoid synthesis. The invention also provides novel carotenoid, astaxanthin and isoprenoid biosynthetic pathways comprising at least one enzyme of the invention. The invention als ...


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Kreps Joel, Briggs Steven P, Cooper Bret, Glazebrook Jane, Goff Stephen A, Katagiri Fumiyaki, Moughamer Todd, Provart Nicholas, Ricke Darrell, Zhu Tong: Abiotic stress responsive polynucleotides and polypeptides. Syngenta Participations, Kreps Joel, Briggs Steven P, Cooper Bret, Glazebrook Jane, Goff Stephen A, Katagiri Fumiyaki, Moughamer Todd, Provart Nicholas, Ricke Darrell, Zhu Tong, TORCHIA Timothy E, January 30, 2003: WO/2003/008540 (4 worldwide citation)

Abiotic stress responsive polynucleotides and polypeptides are disclosed. Also disclosed are vectors, expression cassettes, host cells, and plants containing such polynucleotides. Also provided are methods for using such polynucleotides and polypeptides, for example, to alter the responsiveness of a ...


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Harper Jeffrey F, Kreps Joel, Wang Xun, Zhu Tong: Stress-regulated genes of plants, transgenic plants containing same, and methods of use. The Scripps Research Institute, Syngenta Participations, Harper Jeffrey F, Kreps Joel, Wang Xun, Zhu Tong, HAILE Lisa A, February 28, 2002: WO/2002/016655 (2 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to clusters of plant genes that areregulated in response to one or more stress conditions. The present invention also relates to isolated plant stress-regulated genes, including portions thereof comprising a coding sequence or a regulatory element, and to consensus sequ ...


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Glazebrook Jane, Briggs Steven, Cooper Bret, Goff Stephen A, Moughamer Todd, Katagiri Fumiaki, Kreps Joel, Provart Nicolas, Ricke Darrell, Zhu Tong: Plant disease resistance genes. Syngenta Participations, Glazebrook Jane, Briggs Steven, Cooper Bret, Goff Stephen A, Moughamer Todd, Katagiri Fumiaki, Kreps Joel, Provart Nicolas, Ricke Darrell, Zhu Tong, BASTIAN Werner, January 3, 2003: WO/2003/000906 (1 worldwide citation)

Plant DIS?R¿ genes the expression of which in a plant increases resistance of the plant to pathogen infection, compositions comprising the genes or encoded polypeptides, and methods for their use, are provided.


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Nguyen Henry T, Kreps Joel A: Nucleic acid molecules from rice controlling abiotic stress tolerance. Syngenta Participations, The University Of Missouri System, The Texas Tech University System, Nguyen Henry T, Kreps Joel A, TAYLOR Arles A Jr, March 10, 2005: WO/2005/021723

The present subject matter provides a method for enhancing the abiotic stress tolerance of a plant. Polynucleotides isolated from rice (Oryza sativa) and encoding polypeptides for abiotic stress tolerance are also described.


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Chen Wenqiong, Briggs Steven P, Cooper Bret, Glazebrook Jane, Goff Stephen A, Katagiri Fumiaki, Kreps Joel, Moughamer Todd, Provart Nicolas, Ricke Darrell, Zhu Tong: Transcription factors of cereals. Syngenta Participations, Chen Wenqiong, Briggs Steven P, Cooper Bret, Glazebrook Jane, Goff Stephen A, Katagiri Fumiaki, Kreps Joel, Moughamer Todd, Provart Nicolas, Ricke Darrell, Zhu Tong, BUTLER James E, January 30, 2003: WO/2003/007699

Polynucleotides encoding transcription factors of cereals and in particular rice are provided. Also provided are recombinant vectors, expression cassettes, host cells and plants containing the polynucleotides. Methods for using the polynucleotides to alter resistance or tolerance of plants to stress ...


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Kreps Joel, Nero Pamela S: Oryza sativa nuclear cap binding protein 80. Syngenta Participations, Kreps Joel, Nero Pamela S, BASTIAN Werner, October 17, 2002: WO/2002/081696

An isolated polynucleotide encoding a monocot cap binding protein 80 (CBP80) is provided. Further provided are methods of using an inhibitor of monocot CBP80 to increase the drought tolerance of plants.