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Search Results for Eschscholzia californica
113 articles found.
The first 100 results are shown.
1.
Developmental Process of a Heterozooid: Avicularium Formation in a Bryozoan, .
Yamaguchi H, Hirose M, Nakamura M, Udagawa S, Oguchi K, Shinji J, Kohtsuka H, Miura T.
Zoological science. 2021; 38(3): 203-212
2.
Characteristics of a novel heterotrophic nitrification-aerobic denitrification yeast, Barnettozyma californica K1.
Fang J, Liao S, Zhang S, Li L, Tan S, Li W, Wang A, Ye J.
Bioresource technology. 2021; 339(): 125665
3.
3D Particle Free Printing of Biocompatible Conductive Hydrogel Platforms for Neuron Growth and Electrophysiological Recording.
Wang C, Rubakhin SS, Enright MJ, Sweedler JV, Nuzzo RG.
Advanced functional materials. 2021; 31(14):
4.
SynBac: Enhanced Baculovirus Genomes by Iterative Recombineering.
Crocker H, Gorda B, Pelosse M, Thimiri Govinda Raj DB, Berger I.
Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.). 2021; 2305(): 141-152
5.
Non-native plant removal and high rainfall years promote post-fire recovery of Artemisia californica in southern California sage scrub.
Thomson DM, Meyer WM, Whitcomb IF.
PloS one. 2021; 16(7): e0254398
6.
Co-expression analysis identifies neuro-inflammation as a driver of sensory neuron aging in Aplysia californica.
Kron NS, Fieber LA.
PloS one. 2021; 16(6): e0252647
7.
Genome-Wide Profiling of Genes Involved in Benzylisoquinoline Alkaloid Biosynthesis in California Poppy ().
Yamada Y, Nishida S, Shitan N, Sato F.
Frontiers in plant science. 2021; 12(): 699326
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The Role of INAPERTURATE POLLEN1 as a Pollen Aperture Factor Is Conserved in the Basal Eudicot (Papaveraceae).
Mazuecos-Aguilera I, Romero-García AT, Klodová B, Honys D, Fernández-Fernández MC, Ben-Menni Schuler S, Dobritsa AA, Suárez-Santiago VN.
Frontiers in plant science. 2021; 12(): 701286
9.
Monthly eDNA Monitoring of an Invasive Bryozoan, , in Seawater Using Species-Specific Markers.
Kim P, Yoon TJ, Shin S.
Animals : an open access journal from MDPI. 2021; 11(7):
10.
The "black box" of plant demography: How do seed type, climate and seed fungal communities affect grass seed germination?
Mackin HC, Shek KL, Thornton TE, Evens KC, Hallett LM, McGuire KL, Peterson ML, Roy BA.
The New phytologist. 2021; ():
11.
Comparative analysis using the draft genome sequence of California poppy (Eschscholzia californica) for exploring the candidate genes involved in benzylisoquinoline alkaloid biosynthesis.
Yamada Y, Hirakawa H, Hori K, Minakuchi Y, Toyoda A, Shitan N, Sato F.
Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry. 2021; ():
12.
Abstract-concept learning in two species of new world corvids, pinyon jays (Gymnorhinus Cyanocephalus) and California scrub jays (Aphelocoma Californica).
Vernouillet A, Leonard K, Katz JS, Magnotti JF, Wright A, Kelly DM.
Journal of experimental psychology. Animal learning and cognition. 2021; ():
13.
Effects of CRM1-dependent nuclear export inhibition on viral structural protein nuclear accumulation during Autographa californica Multiple Nucleopolyhedrovirus Infection.
Hu X, Tian L, Li J, Zhou Y, Chen X, Mu J, Bai H, Zhang Y, Wang Y.
Virus research. 2021; (): 198504
14.
Enhancement of Macarpine Production in Suspension Cultures under Salicylic Acid Elicitation and Precursor Supplementation.
Balažová A, Urdová J, Forman V, Mučaji P.
Molecules (Basel, Switzerland). 2020; 25(6):
15.
Genome-wide identification of AP2/ERF transcription factor-encoding genes in California poppy (Eschscholzia californica) and their expression profiles in response to methyl jasmonate.
Yamada Y, Nishida S, Shitan N, Sato F.
Scientific reports. 2020; 10(1): 18066
16.
Leaf traits and performance vary with plant age and water availability in Artemisia californica.
Funk JL, Larson JE, Vose G.
Annals of botany. 2020; ():
17.
A combination of melatonin, vitamin B6 and medicinal plants in the treatment of mild-to-moderate insomnia: A prospective pilot study.
Lemoine P, Bablon JC, Da Silva C.
Complementary therapies in medicine. 2019; 45(): 104-108
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A test of desert shrub facilitation via radiotelemetric monitoring of a diurnal lizard.
Westphal MF, Noble T, Butterfield HS, Lortie CJ.
Ecology and evolution. 2018; 8(23): 12153-12162
19.
Insights into carotenoid accumulation using VIGS to block different steps of carotenoid biosynthesis in petals of California poppy.
Zhou J, Hunter DA, Lewis DH, McManus MT, Zhang H.
Plant cell reports. 2018; 37(9): 1311-1323
20.
On the Occurrence of the Invasive Freshwater Limpet Ferrissia californica (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Planorbidae) in Japan.
Vecchioni L, Marrone F, Arculeo M, Meyer-Rochow VB.
Zoological science. 2018; 35(2): 149-152
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Evaluation of Manganese Chloride's Effect on Biosynthetic Properties of In Vitro Cultures of Cham.
Balažová A, Urdová J, Bilka F, Holková I, Horváth B, Forman V, Mučaji P.
Molecules (Basel, Switzerland). 2018; 23(4):
22.
Evolutionary diversification of CYC/TB1-like TCP homologs and their recruitment for the control of branching and floral morphology in Papaveraceae (basal eudicots).
Zhao Y, Pfannebecker K, Dommes AB, Hidalgo O, Becker A, Elomaa P.
The New phytologist. 2018; 220(1): 317-331
23.
Ultrastructure and optics of the prism-like petal epidermal cells of Eschscholzia californica (California poppy).
Wilts BD, Rudall PJ, Moyroud E, Gregory T, Ogawa Y, Vignolini S, Steiner U, Glover BJ.
The New phytologist. 2018; 219(3): 1124-1133
24.
A test for clinal variation in Artemisia californica and associated arthropod responses to nitrogen addition.
Meza-Lopez MM, Mooney KA, Thompson AL, Ho NK, Pratt JD.
PloS one. 2018; 13(2): e0191997
25.
Distinct Trophic Specializations Affect How Phytophthora ramorum and Clade 6 Phytophthora spp. Colonize and Persist on Umbellularia californica Leaves in Streams.
Aram K, Rizzo DM.
Phytopathology. 2018; 108(7): 858-869
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Genetically based latitudinal clines in Artemisia californica drive parallel clines in arthropod communities.
Pratt JD, Datu A, Tran T, Sheng DC, Mooney KA.
Ecology. 2017; 98(1): 79-91
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The Role of Genes in Organ Growth and Carpel Development Is Conserved in the Distant Eudicot Species and .
Gomariz-Fernández A, Sánchez-Gerschon V, Fourquin C, Ferrándiz C.
Frontiers in plant science. 2017; 8(): 814
28.
Unraveling Additional O-Methylation Steps in Benzylisoquinoline Alkaloid Biosynthesis in California Poppy (Eschscholzia californica).
Purwanto R, Hori K, Yamada Y, Sato F.
Plant & cell physiology. 2017; 58(9): 1528-1540
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Antibacterial activity of fractions from three Chumash medicinal plant extracts and in vitro inhibition of the enzyme enoyl reductase by the flavonoid jaceosidin.
Allison BJ, Allenby MC, Bryant SS, Min JE, Hieromnimon M, Joyner PM.
Natural product research. 2017; 31(6): 707-712
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HPLC Analysis and Biochemical Characterization of LOX from Eschscholtzia californica Cham.
Kollárová R, Holková I, Rauová D, Bálintová B, Mikuš P, Obložinský M.
Molecules (Basel, Switzerland). 2017; 22(11):
31.
Modulation of benzylisoquinoline alkaloid biosynthesis by heterologous expression of CjWRKY1 in Eschscholzia californica cells.
Yamada Y, Shimada T, Motomura Y, Sato F.
PloS one. 2017; 12(10): e0186953
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Modulation of CYPs, P-gp, and PXR by Eschscholzia californica (California Poppy) and Its Alkaloids.
Manda VK, Ibrahim MA, Dale OR, Kumarihamy M, Cutler SJ, Khan IA, Walker LA, Muhammad I, Khan SI.
Planta medica. 2016; 82(6): 551-8
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A picture is worth a thousand data points: an imagery dataset of paired shrub-open microsites within the Carrizo Plain National Monument.
Noble TJ, Lortie CJ, Westphal M, Butterfield HS.
GigaScience. 2016; 5(1): 40
34.
The Vacuolar Proton-Cation Exchanger EcNHX1 Generates pH Signals for the Expression of Secondary Metabolism in Eschscholzia californica.
Weigl S, Brandt W, Langhammer R, Roos W.
Plant physiology. 2016; 170(2): 1135-48
35.
Tinkering with transcription factor networks for developmental robustness of Ranunculales flowers.
Becker A.
Annals of botany. 2016; 117(5): 845-58
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CjbHLH1 homologs regulate sanguinarine biosynthesis in Eschscholzia californica cells.
Yamada Y, Motomura Y, Sato F.
Plant & cell physiology. 2015; 56(5): 1019-30
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Hybridization of cultivated Vitis vinifera with wild V. californica and V. girdiana in California.
Dangl GS, Mendum ML, Yang J, Walker MA, Preece JE.
Ecology and evolution. 2015; 5(23): 5671-84
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Modulatory Effects of Eschscholzia californica Alkaloids on Recombinant GABAA Receptors.
Fedurco M, Gregorová J, Šebrlová K, Kantorová J, Peš O, Baur R, Sigel E, Táborská E.
Biochemistry research international. 2015; 2015(): 617620
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Number of conspecifics and reproduction in the invasive plant Eschscholzia californica (Papaveraceae): is there a pollinator-mediated Allee effect?
Anic V, Henríquez CA, Abades SR, Bustamante RO.
Plant biology (Stuttgart, Germany). 2015; 17(3): 720-7
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Antibacterial activity of native California medicinal plant extracts isolated from Rhamnus californica and Umbellularia californica.
Carranza MG, Sevigny MB, Banerjee D, Fox-Cubley L.
Annals of clinical microbiology and antimicrobials. 2015; 14(): 29
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Climatic niche conservatism and biogeographical non-equilibrium in Eschscholzia californica (Papaveraceae), an invasive plant in the Chilean Mediterranean region.
Peña-Gómez FT, Guerrero PC, Bizama G, Duarte M, Bustamante RO.
PloS one. 2014; 9(8): e105025
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Microclimate impacts survival and prevalence of Phytophthora ramorum in Umbellularia californica, a key reservoir host of sudden oak death in Northern California forests.
DiLeo MV, Bostock RM, Rizzo DM.
PloS one. 2014; 9(8): e98195
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Analysis of benzo[c]phenanthridine alkaloids in Eschscholtzia californica cell culture using HPLC-DAD and HPLC-ESI-MS/MS.
Son SY, Rhee HS, Lee MW, Park JM.
Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry. 2014; 78(7): 1103-11
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Acropetal leaflet initiation of Eschscholzia californica is achieved by constant spacing of leaflets and differential growth of leaf.
Ikeuchi M, Igarashi H, Okada K, Tsukaya H.
Planta. 2014; 240(1): 125-35
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The essential role of NGATHA genes in style and stigma specification is widely conserved across eudicots.
Fourquin C, Ferrándiz C.
The New phytologist. 2014; 202(3): 1001-1013
46.
Alkaloid metabolism in thrips-Papaveraceae interaction: recognition and mutual response.
Schütz I, Moritz GB, Roos W.
Journal of plant physiology. 2014; 171(2): 119-26
47.
Two new desert Eschscholzia (Papaveraceae) from southwestern North America.
Still SM.
PhytoKeys. 2014; (35): 45-56
48.
Virus-induced gene silencing of the alkaloid-producing basal eudicot model plant Eschscholzia californica (California Poppy).
Tekleyohans DG, Lange S, Becker A.
Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.). 2013; 975(): 83-98
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Molecular cloning and characterization of a cytochrome P450 in sanguinarine biosynthesis from Eschscholzia californica cells.
Takemura T, Ikezawa N, Iwasa K, Sato F.
Phytochemistry. 2013; 91(): 100-8
50.
Cytotoxic triterpenoid saponins from husks of Aesculus californica (Spach) Nutt.
Yuan W, Wang P, Su Z, Wang VS, Li S.
Phytochemistry. 2013; 90(): 95-105
51.
[Effect of abiotic elicitation on the sanguinarine production and polyphenol oxidase activity in the suspension culture of Eschscholtzia californica CHAM].
Bilka F, Balážová A, Bilková A, Holková I.
Ceska a Slovenska farmacie : casopis Ceske farmaceuticke spolecnosti a Slovenske farmaceuticke spol. 2013; 62(4): 169-73
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Comparative investigation of Umbellularia californica and Laurus nobilis leaf essential oils and identification of constituents active against Aedes aegypti.
Tabanca N, Avonto C, Wang M, Parcher JF, Ali A, Demirci B, Raman V, Khan IA.
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry. 2013; 61(50): 12283-91
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The seirena B class floral homeotic mutant of California Poppy (Eschscholzia californica) reveals a function of the enigmatic PI motif in the formation of specific multimeric MADS domain protein complexes.
Lange M, Orashakova S, Lange S, Melzer R, Theißen G, Smyth DR, Becker A.
The Plant cell. 2013; 25(2): 438-53
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Duplicated STM-like KNOX I genes act in floral meristem activity in Eschscholzia californica (Papaveraceae).
Stammler A, Meyer SS, Plant AR, Townsley BT, Becker A, Gleissberg S.
Development genes and evolution. 2013; 223(5): 289-301
55.
Clinal adaptation and adaptive plasticity in Artemisia californica: implications for the response of a foundation species to predicted climate change.
Pratt JD, Mooney KA.
Global change biology. 2013; 19(8): 2454-66
56.
Precocious progression of tissue maturation instructs basipetal initiation of leaflets in Chelidonium majus subsp. asiaticum (Papaveraceae).
Ikeuchi M, Tatematsu K, Yamaguchi T, Okada K, Tsukaya H.
American journal of botany. 2013; 100(6): 1116-26
57.
Characterization of novel microsatellite markers for Eschscholzia californica (Papaveraceae), an invasive species in central Chile.
Véliz D, Gauci R, Bustamante RO.
American journal of botany. 2012; 99(9): e366-8
58.
Identification of pavinane alkaloids in the genera Argemone and Eschscholzia by GC-MS.
Cahlíková L, Kucera R, Host'álková A, Klimes J, Opletal L.
Natural product communications. 2012; 7(10): 1279-81
59.
The Use of California Sagebrush (Artemisia californica) Liniment to Control Pain.
Adams JD.
Pharmaceuticals (Basel, Switzerland). 2012; 5(10): 1045-53
60.
Application of an integrated LC-UV-MS-NMR platform to the identification of secondary metabolites from cell cultures: benzophenanthridine alkaloids from elicited Eschscholzia californica (california poppy) cell cultures().
Gathungu RM, Oldham JT, Bird SS, Lee-Parsons CW, Vouros P, Kautz R.
Analytical methods : advancing methods and applications. 2012; 4(5): 1315-1325
61.
Evolution of the YABBY gene family with emphasis on the basal eudicot Eschscholzia californica (Papaveraceae).
Bartholmes C, Hidalgo O, Gleissberg S.
Plant biology (Stuttgart, Germany). 2012; 14(1): 11-23
62.
A MULTISPECIES LABORATORY ASSESSMENT OF RAPID SPOROPHYTE RECRUITMENT FROM DELAYED KELP GAMETOPHYTES(1).
Carney LT.
Journal of phycology. 2011; 47(2): 244-51
63.
Shotgun proteomic analysis of yeast-elicited California poppy (Eschscholzia californica) suspension cultures producing enhanced levels of benzophenanthridine alkaloids.
Oldham JT, Hincapie M, Rejtar T, Wall PK, Carlson JE, Lee-Parsons CW.
Journal of proteome research. 2010; 9(9): 4337-45
64.
Metabolic diversification of benzylisoquinoline alkaloid biosynthesis through the introduction of a branch pathway in Eschscholzia californica.
Takemura T, Ikezawa N, Iwasa K, Sato F.
Plant & cell physiology. 2010; 51(6): 949-59
65.
Acetylcholinesterase and butyrylcholinesterase inhibitory compounds from Eschscholzia californica (Papaveraceae).
Cahlíková L, Macáková K, Kunes J, Kurfürst M, Opletal L, Cvacka J, Chlebek J, Blundene G.
Natural product communications. 2010; 5(7): 1035-8
66.
Photosynthetic, hydraulic and biomechanical responses of Juglans californica shoots to wildfire.
Utsumi Y, Bobich EG, Ewers FW.
Oecologia. 2010; 164(2): 331-8
67.
Comparative transcriptomics among floral organs of the basal eudicot Eschscholzia californica as reference for floral evolutionary developmental studies.
Zahn LM, Ma X, Altman NS, Zhang Q, Wall PK, Tian D, Gibas CJ, Gharaibeh R, Leebens-Mack JH, Depamphilis CW, Ma H.
Genome biology. 2010; 11(10): R101
68.
Floral homeotic C function genes repress specific B function genes in the carpel whorl of the basal eudicot California poppy (Eschscholzia californica).
Yellina AL, Orashakova S, Lange S, Erdmann R, Leebens-Mack J, Becker A.
EvoDevo. 2010; 1(): 13
69.
Seed tolerance to predation: Evidence from the toxic seeds of the buckeye tree (Aesculus californica; Sapindaceae).
Mendoza E, Dirzo R.
American journal of botany. 2009; 96(7): 1255-61
70.
The CRABS CLAW ortholog from California poppy (Eschscholzia californica, Papaveraceae), EcCRC, is involved in floral meristem termination, gynoecium differentiation and ovule initiation.
Orashakova S, Lange M, Lange S, Wege S, Becker A.
The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology. 2009; 58(4): 682-93
71.
Antifungal activity of the alkaloids from Eschscholzia californica.
Singh S, Jain L, Pandey MB, Singh UP, Pandey VB.
Folia microbiologica. 2009; 54(3): 204-6
72.
CYP719A subfamily of cytochrome P450 oxygenases and isoquinoline alkaloid biosynthesis in Eschscholzia californica.
Ikezawa N, Iwasa K, Sato F.
Plant cell reports. 2009; 28(1): 123-33
73.
The signal molecule lysophosphatidylcholine in Eschscholzia californica is rapidly metabolized by reacylation.
Schwartze W, Roos W.
Planta. 2008; 229(1): 183-91
74.
Differential induction of protein expression and benzophenanthridine alkaloid accumulation in Eschscholtzia californica suspension cultures by methyl jasmonate and yeast extract.
Cho HY, Rhee HS, Yoon SY, Park JM.
Journal of microbiology and biotechnology. 2008; 18(2): 255-62
75.
Synergistic effects of sequential treatment with methyl jasmonate, salicylic acid and yeast extract on benzophenanthridine alkaloid accumulation and protein expression in Eschscholtzia californica suspension cultures.
Cho HY, Son SY, Rhee HS, Yoon SY, Lee-Parsons CW, Park JM.
Journal of biotechnology. 2008; 135(1): 117-22
76.
Impact of a basement membrane-degrading protease on dissemination and secondary infection of Autographa californica multiple nucleopolyhedrovirus in Heliothis virescens (Fabricus).
Li H, Tang H, Harrison RL, Bonning BC.
The Journal of general virology. 2007; 88(Pt 4): 1109-1119
77.
Regulatory interaction of the Galpha protein with phospholipase A2 in the plasma membrane of Eschscholzia californica.
Heinze M, Steighardt J, Gesell A, Schwartze W, Roos W.
The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology. 2007; 52(6): 1041-51
78.
Large-scale identification of microRNAs from a basal eudicot (Eschscholzia californica) and conservation in flowering plants.
Barakat A, Wall K, Leebens-Mack J, Wang YJ, Carlson JE, Depamphilis CW.
The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology. 2007; 51(6): 991-1003
79.
Overexpression of Coptis japonica norcoclaurine 6-O-methyltransferase overcomes the rate-limiting step in Benzylisoquinoline alkaloid biosynthesis in cultured Eschscholzia californica.
Inui T, Tamura K, Fujii N, Morishige T, Sato F.
Plant & cell physiology. 2007; 48(2): 252-62
80.
Enhanced benzophenanthridine alkaloid production and protein expression with combined elicitor in Eschscholtzia californica suspension cultures.
Cho HY, Lee-Parsons CW, Yoon SY, Rhee HS, Park JM.
Biotechnology letters. 2007; 29(12): 2001-5
81.
Molecular cloning and characterization of methylenedioxy bridge-forming enzymes involved in stylopine biosynthesis in Eschscholzia californica.
Ikezawa N, Iwasa K, Sato F.
The FEBS journal. 2007; 274(4): 1019-35
82.
Assessing the speed and predictability of local adaptation in invasive California poppies (Eschscholzia californica).
Leger EA, Rice KJ.
Journal of evolutionary biology. 2007; 20(3): 1090-103
83.
Highly efficient virus-induced gene silencing (VIGS) in California poppy (Eschscholzia californica): an evaluation of VIGS as a strategy to obtain functional data from non-model plants.
Wege S, Scholz A, Gleissberg S, Becker A.
Annals of botany. 2007; 100(3): 641-9
84.
Alkaloids from Eschscholzia californica and their capacity to inhibit binding of [3H]8-Hydroxy-2-(di-N-propylamino)tetralin to 5-HT1A receptors in Vitro.
Gafner S, Dietz BM, McPhail KL, Scott IM, Glinski JA, Russell FE, McCollom MM, Budzinski JW, Foster BC, Bergeron C, Rhyu MR, Bolton JL.
Journal of natural products. 2006; 69(3): 432-5
85.
EST database for early flower development in California poppy (Eschscholzia californica Cham., Papaveraceae) tags over 6,000 genes from a basal eudicot.
Carlson JE, Leebens-Mack JH, Wall PK, Zahn LM, Mueller LA, Landherr LL, Hu Y, Ilut DC, Arrington JM, Choirean S, Becker A, Field D, Tanksley SD, Ma H, dePamphilis CW.
Plant molecular biology. 2006; 62(3): 351-69
86.
Methods for regeneration and transformation in Eschscholzia californica: A model plant to investigate alkaloid biosynthesis.
MacLeod BP, Facchini PJ.
Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.). 2006; 318(): 357-68
87.
The Galpha protein controls a pH-dependent signal path to the induction of phytoalexin biosynthesis in Eschscholzia californica.
Viehweger K, Schwartze W, Schumann B, Lein W, Roos W.
The Plant cell. 2006; 18(6): 1510-23
88.
Intracellular pH signals in the induction of secondary pathways--the case of Eschscholzia californica.
Roos W, Viehweger K, Dordschbal B, Schumann B, Evers S, Steighardt J, Schwartze W.
Journal of plant physiology. 2006; 163(3): 369-81
89.
Critical influence of Eschscholzia californica cells nutritional state on secondary metabolite production.
Lamboursain L, Jolicoeur M.
Biotechnology and bioengineering. 2005; 91(7): 827-37
90.
In situ extraction strategy affects benzophenanthridine alkaloid production fluxes in suspension cultures of Eschscholtzia californica.
Klvana M, Legros R, Jolicoeur M.
Biotechnology and bioengineering. 2005; 89(3): 280-9
91.
Expression patterns of STM-like KNOX and Histone H4 genes in shoot development of the dissected-leaved basal eudicot plants Chelidonium majus and Eschscholzia californica (Papaveraceae).
Groot EP, Sinha N, Gleissberg S.
Plant molecular biology. 2005; 58(3): 317-31
92.
Comparative analysis of leaf shape development in Eschscholzia californica and other Papaveraceae-Eschscholzioideae.
Gleissberg S.
American journal of botany. 2004; 91(3): 306-12
93.
Double-blind, randomised, placebo-controlled study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of a fixed combination containing two plant extracts (Crataegus oxyacantha and Eschscholtzia californica) and magnesium in mild-to-moderate anxiety disorders.
Hanus M, Lafon J, Mathieu M.
Current medical research and opinion. 2004; 20(1): 63-71
94.
Studies on the metabolism and toxicological detection of the Eschscholtzia californica alkaloids californine and protopine in urine using gas chromatography-mass spectrometry.
Paul LD, Maurer HH.
Journal of chromatography. B, Analytical technologies in the biomedical and life sciences. 2003; 789(1): 43-57
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