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Volume 11, Number 1, 1 January 2013

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Editorial
pp. 1-1(1)
Author: Daniell, Henry

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Terpenoid biosynthesis in trichomes—current status and future opportunities
pp. 2-22(21)
Authors: Markus Lange, B.; Turner, Glenn W.

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Genotype‐specific SNP map based on whole chromosome 3B sequence information from wheat cultivars Arina and Forno
pp. 23-32(10)
Authors: Shatalina, Margarita; Wicker, Thomas; Buchmann, Jan P.; Oberhaensli, Simone; Šimková, Hana; Doležel, Jaroslav; Keller, Beat

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Bacterial pathogen phytosensing in transgenic tobacco and Arabidopsis plants
pp. 43-52(10)
Authors: Liu, Wusheng; Mazarei, Mitra; Rudis, Mary R.; Fethe, Michael H.; Peng, Yanhui; Millwood, Reginald J.; Schoene, Gisele; Burris, Jason N.; Stewart, C. Neal

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Comparative in vitro and experimental in vivo studies of the anti–epidermal growth factor receptor antibody nimotuzumab and its aglycosylated form produced in transgenic tobacco plants
pp. 53-65(13)
Authors: Rodríguez, Meilyn; Pérez, Lincidio; Gavilondo, Jorge V.; Garrido, Greta; Bequet‐Romero, Mónica; Hernández, Ignacio; Huerta, Vivian; Cabrera, Gleysin; Pérez, Marlene; Ramos, Osmani; Leyva, René; León, Mariela; Ramos, Pedro Luis; Triguero, Ada; Hernández, Abel; Sánchez, Belinda; Ayala, Marta; Soto, Jeny; González, Ernesto; Mendoza, Osmani; Tiel, Kenia; Pujol, Merardo

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Oral immunotherapy with transgenic rice seed containing destructed Japanese cedar pollen allergens, Cry j 1 and Cry j 2, against Japanese cedar pollinosis
pp. 66-76(11)
Authors: Wakasa, Yuhya; Takagi, Hidenori; Hirose, Sakiko; Yang, Lijun; Saeki, Mayumi; Nishimura, Tomoe; Kaminuma, Osamu; Hiroi, Takachika; Takaiwa, Fumio

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New allelic variants found in key rice salt‐tolerance genes: an association study
pp. 87-100(14)
Authors: Negrão, Sónia; Cecília Almadanim, M.; Pires, Inês S.; Abreu, Isabel A.; Maroco, João; Courtois, Brigitte; Gregorio, Glenn B.; McNally, Kenneth L.; Margarida Oliveira, M.

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OsNAC5 overexpression enlarges root diameter in rice plants leading to enhanced drought tolerance and increased grain yield in the field
pp. 101-114(14)
Authors: Jeong, Jin Seo; Kim, Youn Shic; Redillas, Mark C. F. R.; Jang, Geupil; Jung, Harin; Bang, Seung Woon; Choi, Yang Do; Ha, Sun‐Hwa; Reuzeau, Christophe; Kim, Ju‐Kon

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Deep sequencing analysis of the transcriptomes of peanut aerial and subterranean young pods identifies candidate genes related to early embryo abortion
pp. 115-127(13)
Authors: Chen, Xiaoping; Zhu, Wei; Azam, Sarwar; Li, Heying; Zhu, Fanghe; Li, Haifen; Hong, Yanbin; Liu, Haiyan; Zhang, Erhua; Wu, Hong; Yu, Shanlin; Zhou, Guiyuan; Li, Shaoxiong; Zhong, Ni; Wen, Shijie; Li, Xingyu; Knapp, Steve J.; Ozias‐Akins, Peggy; Varshney, Rajeev K.; Liang, Xuanqiang

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