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  • Remy, Serge; Coemans, Bert; Santos Ordoñez, Efren German; Buysse, Sofie; Möller-Nielsen, Nina; Cannaerts, Bart; Thiry, Else; Swennen, Rony; Sagi, Laszlo (7th International Congress of Plant Molecular Biology, 2003-06)
    For the identification and isolation of promoters and genes with specific expression patterns a T-DNA trapping technology has been assembled for banana, which allows in planta characterization of candidate promoters without ...
  • Santos Ordoñez, Efren German; Remy, Serge; Thiry, Else; Windelinckx, Saskia; Swennen, Rony; Sagi, Laszlo (BPTCG Syumposium. Novel Approaches in Crop Improvement. Melle, Belgium, 13 May 2005., 2005-05)
    For the characterization of specific promoters in banana (Musa spp.) a tagging approach was applied. Embryogenic cell suspensions were cocultivated with Agrobacterium containing a promoterless luciferase reporter gene next ...
  • Santos Ordoñez, Efren German; Remy, Serge; Thiry, Else; Windelinckx, Saskia; Swennen, Rony; Sagi, Laszlo (27th International Horticultural Congress on "Global Horticulture: Diversity and Harmony". Seoul, Korea., 2006-08)
    A genome-wide tagging strategy was followed for the isolation and characterization of novel banana promoters. Embryogenic cell suspensions were transformed with Agrobacterium tumefaciens containing a promoterless, ...
  • Santos Ordoñez, Efren German; Remy, Serge; Thiry, Else; Windelinckx, Saskia; Swennen, Rony; Sagi, Laszlo (2007-11)
    A genome-wide tagging strategy was followed for the isolation and characterization of novel banana promoters. Embryogenic cell suspensions were transformed with Agrobacterium tumefaciens containing a promoterless, ...
  • Swennen, Rony; Arinaitwe, Geoffrey; Cammue, Bruno; François, Isabelle; Panis, Bart; Remy, Serge; Sagi, Laszlo; Santos Ordoñez, Efren German; Strosse, Hannelore; Van Den Houwe, Ines (INIBAP, 2003)
    Abstract: In smallholdings, average banana and plantain yields per unit have not increased significantly in the last 30 years. Increases in production are due almost exclusively to an increase in the area under cultivation. ...

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