Katrina Cornish
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Alternative sources of natural rubber
H Mooibroek, K Cornish
Applied microbiology and biotechnology 53, 355-365, 2000
Similarities and differences in rubber biochemistry among plant species
K Cornish
Phytochemistry 57 (7), 1123-1134, 2001
Narrowing the gap for bioplastic use in food packaging: an update
X Zhao, K Cornish, Y Vodovotz
Environmental science & technology 54 (8), 4712-4732, 2020
The major protein of guayule rubber particles is a cytochrome P450: characterization based on cDNA cloning and spectroscopic analysis of the solubilized enzyme and its reaction …
Z Pan, F Durst, D Werck-Reichhart, HW Gardner, B Camara, K Cornish, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 270 (15), 8487-8494, 1995
Abscisic Acid Accumulation by Roots of Xanthium strumarium L. and Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. in Relation to Water Stress
K Cornish, JAD Zeevaart
Plant Physiology 79 (3), 653-658, 1985
Enhanced Photosynthesis and Stomatal Conductance of Pima Cotton (Gossypium barbadense L.) Bred for Increased Yield
K Cornish, JW Radin, EL Turcotte, Z Lu, E Zeiger
Plant Physiology 97 (2), 484-489, 1991
Rubber particles from four different species, examined by transmission electron microscopy and electron-paramagnetic-resonance spin labeling, are found to consist of a …
K Cornish, DF Wood, JJ Windle
Planta 210, 85-96, 1999
The separate roles of plant cis and trans prenyl transferases in cis‐1,4‐polyisoprene biosynthesis
K Cornish
European Journal of Biochemistry 218 (1), 267-271, 1993
Salinity tolerance in plants: breeding and genetic engineering
S Turan, K Cornish, S Kumar
Australian Journal of Crop Science 6 (9), 1337-1348, 2012
Rubber transferase activity in rubber particles of guayule
K Cornish, RA Backhaus
Phytochemistry 29 (12), 3809-3813, 1990
Remodeling the isoprenoid pathway in tobacco by expressing the cytoplasmic mevalonate pathway in chloroplasts
S Kumar, FM Hahn, E Baidoo, TS Kahlon, DF Wood, CM McMahan, ...
Metabolic Engineering 14 (1), 19-28, 2012
Biochemistry of natural rubber, a vital raw material, emphasizing biosynthetic rate, molecular weight and compartmentalization, in evolutionarily divergent plant species
K Cornish
Natural Product Reports 18 (2), 182-189, 2001
Natural rubber biosynthesis in plants, the rubber transferase complex, and metabolic engineering progress and prospects
S Cherian, SB Ryu, K Cornish
Plant biotechnology journal 17 (11), 2041-2061, 2019
Absence of cross-reactivity of IgE antibodies from subjects allergic to Hevea brasiliensis latex with a new source of natural rubber latex from guayule (Parthenium argentatum)
DJ Siler, K Cornish, RG Hamilton
Journal of allergy and clinical immunology 98 (5), 895-902, 1996
Alternative natural rubber crops: why should we care?
K Cornish
Technology & Innovation 18 (4), 244-255, 2017
Abscisic Acid Metabolism in Relation to Water Stress and Leaf Age in Xanthium strumarium
K Cornish, JAD Zeevaart
Plant Physiology 76 (4), 1029-1035, 1984
Hypoallergenicity of guayule rubber particle proteins compared to Hevea latex proteins
DJ Siler, K Cornish
Industrial crops and products 2 (4), 307-313, 1994
CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing of rubber producing dandelion Taraxacum kok-saghyz using Agrobacterium rhizogenes without selection
B Iaffaldano, Y Zhang, K Cornish
Industrial Crops and Products 89, 356-362, 2016
Compartmentalized metabolic engineering for artemisinin biosynthesis and effective malaria treatment by oral delivery of plant cells
K Malhotra, M Subramaniyan, K Rawat, M Kalamuddin, MI Qureshi, ...
Molecular plant 9 (11), 1464-1477, 2016
Altered levels of the Taraxacum kok-saghyz (Russian dandelion) small rubber particle protein, TkSRPP3, result in qualitative and quantitative changes in rubber metabolism
J Collins-Silva, AT Nural, A Skaggs, D Scott, U Hathwaik, R Woolsey, ...
Phytochemistry 79, 46-56, 2012
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