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D Tieman et al. 2017. A Chemical Genetic Roadmap to Improved Tomato Flavor. Science. vol. 355 (6323), 391-394.
Kamiyoshihara Y, Tieman DM, Klee HJ. 2016. Analyses of Plant UDP-Dependent Glycosyltransferases to Identify Their Volatile Substrates Using Recombinant Proteins. In: Plant Signal Transduction: Methods and Protocols, Methods in Molecular Biology. Botella JR, Botella MA (eds.). vol. 1363, 199-207.
Goulet C, Kamiyoshihara Y, Lam N, Richard T, Taylor M, Tieman D, Klee HJ. 2015. Divergence in the Enzymatio Activities of a Tomato and Solanum pennellii Alcohol Acetyltransferase Impacts Fruit Volatile Composition. Molecular Plant. 8: 153-162.
Shen J, Tieman D, Jones JB, Taylor MG, Schmelz E, Huffaker A, Bies D, Chen K, Klee HJ. 2014. A 13-lipoxygenase, TomloxC, is essential for synthesis of C5 flavour volatiles in tomato. J. Exp. Botany 65: 419-428.
Bartoshuk LM, Klee HJ. 2013. Better Fruits and Vegetables through Sensory Analysis. Current Biology 23: R374-R378.
Goulet C, Mageroy MH, Lam N, Floystad A, Tieman DM, Klee HJ. 2012. The role of an esterase in flavor volatile variation within the tomato clade. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. USA. 109: 19009-19014.
Kamiyoshihara Y, Tieman DM, Huber DJ, Klee HJ. 2012. Ligand-induced alterations in the phosphorylation state of ethylene receptors in tomato fruit. Plant Physiology 160: 488–497.
Tieman DM, McIntyre L, Blandon-Ubeda A, Bies D, Odabasi A, Rodriguez G, van der Knaap E, Taylor M, Goulet C, Mageroy MH, Snyder D, Colquoun T, Moskowitz H, Sims C, Clark D, Bartoshuk L, Klee H. 2012. The chemical interactions underlying tomato flavor preferences. Current Biology 22:1-5.
Guan JC, Suzuki M, Koch K, Klee HJ, McCarty DR. 2012. Strigolactone Signaling Affects Branching and Ear Architecture Phenotypes Implicated in Domestication of Maize. Plant Physiology 160: 1303-1317.
Kochevenko A, Klee HJ, Fernie AR, Araujo W. 2012. Molecular identification of a further branched-chain aminotransferase7 (BCAT7) in tomato plants. Journal of Plant Physiology 169: 437-443.
Kochevenko A, Araujo WL, Maloney GS, Tieman DM, Do PT, Taylor MG, Klee HJ, Fernie AR. 2012. Catabolism of branched chain amino acids supports respiration but not volatile synthesis in tomato fruits. Molecular Plant 5: 366-375.
Lee JM, Joung J-G, McQuinn R, Chung, M-Y, Fei Z, Tieman D, Klee H, Giovannoni J. 2012. Combined transcriptome, genetic diversity and metabolite profiling in tomato fruit reveals a negative regulator of ripening and carotenoid accumulation, SlERF6. Plant Journal 70: 191-204.
Mageroy MH, Floystad A, Taylor MG, Tieman DM, Klee HJ. 2012. A Solanum lycopersicum catechol-O-methyltransferase involved in synthesis of the flavor molecule guaiacol. Plant Journal 69: 1043-1051.
Fernie AR, Klee HJ. 2011. The use of natural genetic diversity in the understanding of metabolic organization and regulation. Frontiers in Plant Physiology. 2: 1-10.
Fei ZJ, Joung JG, Tang XM, Zheng Y, Huang MY, Lee JM, McQuinn R, Tieman DM, Alba R, Klee HJ, Giovannoni JJ. 2011.Tomato Functional Genomics Database: a comprehensive resource and analysis package for tomato functional genomics. Nucleic Acids Res. 39 Supplement: 1 Pages: D1156-D1163.
Dal Cin, V, D.M. Tieman, T. Tohge, R. McQuinn, R.C.H. de Vos, S.Osorio, E.A. Schmelz, M.G. Taylor, M.T. Smits-Kroon, R.C. Schuurink, M.A. Haring, J. Giovannoni. A.R. Fernie, and H.J. Klee. 2011. Identification of genes in the phenylalanine metabolic pathway by ectopic expression of a MYB transcription factor in tomato fruit. The Plant Cell 23:2738-2753
Klee, HJ. 2010. Improving the flavor of fresh fruits: genomics, biochemistry and biotechnology. New Phytologist 187:44-56.
Dal Cin, V, Kevany, B, Fei, Z, and Klee, HJ. 2009. Identification of Solanum habrochaites loci that quantitatively influence tomato fruit ripening-associated ethylene emissions. Theor. Appl. Genet. DOI 10.1007/s00122-009-1119-x.
Mathieu, S, Dal Cin, V, Fei, Z, Li, H, Bliss, P, Taylor, MG, Klee, HJ and Tieman, DM. 2009. Flavour compounds in tomato fruits: identification of loci and potential pathways affecting volatile composition. J. Exp. Bot. 60:325-337.
Vogel, JT, Tan, B-C, McCarty, DR and Klee, HJ. 2008.The carotenoid cleavage dioxygenase CCD1 has broad substrate specificity, cleaving multiple carotenoids at two different bond positions. J. Biol. Chem. 238:11364-11373.
Kevany B, Taylor M and Klee HJ. 2008. Fruit specific suppression of the ethylene receptor LeETR4 results in early ripening tomato fruit. Plant Biotech. J. 6:295-300.
Kevany B, Taylor M, Dal Cin V. and Klee HJ. 2007. Ethylene receptor degradation controls the timing of ripening in tomato fruit. The Plant Journal 51:458-467.
Tieman DM, Loucas H, Kim J-Y, Clark D and Klee HJ. 2007. Tomato phenylacetaldehyde reductase catalyzes the last step in the synesis of the aroma volatile 2-phenylethanol. Phytochemistry 68:2660-2669.
Tieman, D.M., M. Taylor, N. Schauer, A.R. Fernie, A.D. Hanson, and H.J. Klee. 2006. Tomato aromatic amino acid decarboxylases participate in synthesis of the flavor volatiles 2-phenylethanol and 2-phenylacetaldehyde. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 103:8287-8292.
Tieman, D.M., M. Zeigler, E.A. Schmelz, M.G. Taylor, P. Bliss, M. Kirst and H.J. Klee. 2006. Identification of loci affecting flavour volatile emissions in tomato fruits. Journal of Experimental Botany 54:887-896.
Auldridge, M.E., A. Block, J.T. Vogel, C. Dabney-Smith, I. Mila, M. Bouzayen, M. Magallanes-Lundback, D. DellaPenna, D. McCarty and H.J. Klee. 2006. Characterization of three members of the Arabidopsis carotenoid cleavage dioxygenase family demonstrates the divergent roles of this multifunctional enzyme family. The Plant Journal 45:982-993.
Goff, S.A. and H.J. Klee. 2006. Plant Volatile Compounds: Sensory Cues for Health and Nutritional Value? SCIENCE 311: 815-819.
Block, A., E. Schmelz, P.J. O'Donnell, J.B. Jones and H.J. Klee. 2005. Systemic Acquired Tolerance to Virulent Bacterial Pathogens in Tomato. Plant Physiology 138:1481-1490.
Snowden, K., A.J. Simkin, B.J. Janssen, K.R. Templeton, H.M. Loucas, J.L. Simons, S. Karunairetnam, A.P. Gleave, D.G. Clark and H.J. Klee. 2005. The Decreased apical dominance1/Petunia hybrida CAROTENOID CLEAVAGE DIOXYGENASE8 Gene Affects Branch Production and Plays a Role in Leaf Senescence, Root Growth and Flower Development. The Plant Cell 17: 746-759.
Block, A., E. Schmelz, J. Jones and H.J. Klee. 2005. Coronatine and salicylic acid: the battle between Arabidopsis and Pseudomonas for phytohormone control. Molecular Plant Pathology 6(1):79-83.
Simkin, A., S. Schwartz, M. Auldridge, M. Taylor and H. Klee. 2004. The tomato carotenoid cleavage dioxygenase 1 genes contribute to the formation of the flavor volatiles B-ionone, pseudoionone and geranylacetone. The Plant Journal 40: 882-892.
Klee, Harry J. 2004. Ethylene Signal Transduction. Moving beyond Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology 135:660-667.
Moussatche, P. and H. Klee. 2004. Autophosphorylation Activity of the Arabidopsis Ethylene Receptor Multigene Family. Journal of Biological Chemistry 279: 48734-48741.
Shibuya, K., K. Barry, J. Ciardi, H. Loucas, B. Underwood, S. Nourizadeh, J. Ecker, H. Klee and D. Clark. 2004. The Central Role of PhEIN2 in Ethylene Responses throughout Plant Development in Petunia. Plant Physiology 136:2900-2912.
Simkin, A., B. Underwood, M. Auldridge, H. Loucas, K. Shibuya, E. Schmelz, D. Clark and H. Klee. 2004. Circadian Regulation of the PhCCD1 Carotenoid Cleavage Dioxygenase Controls Emission of B-Ionone, a Fragrance Volatile of Petunia Flowers. Plant Physiology 136: 3504-3514.
O'Donnell, P., E. Schmelz, A. Block, O. Miersch, C. Wasternack, J. Jones, and H.J. Klee. 2003. Multiple Hormones Act Sequentially to Mediate a Susceptible Tomato Pathogen Defense Response Arabidopsis pathogen response. Plant Physiology 133:1181-1189.
O'Donnell, P., E. Schmelz, P. Moussatche, S. Lund, J. Jones, and H.J. Klee. 2003. Susceptible to tolerance: a range of hormonal actions in a susceptible Arabidopsis pathogen response. Plant Journal 33:245-257.
Ciardi, J., D. Tieman, J. Jones, and H.J. Klee. 2001. Reduced expression of the tomato ethylene receptor LeETR4 enhances the hypersensitive response to Xanthomonas campestris pv. vesicatoria. Mol. Plant Microbe Interactions 14:487-495.
O'Donnell, P.J., J.B. Jones, F.R. Antoine, J.A. Ciardi, and H.J. Klee. 2001. Ethylene-dependent salicylic acid regulates an expanded cell death response to a plant pathogen. Plant Journal 25(3):315-323.
Tieman, D.M., J.A. Ciardi, M.G. Taylor, and H.J. Klee. 2001. Members of the tomato LeEIL (EIN3-like) gene family are functionally redundant and regulate ethylene responses throughout plant development. Plant Journal 26(1):47-58.
Ciardi, J.A., D.M. Tieman, S.T. Lund, J.B. Jones, R.E. Stall, and H.J. Klee. 2000. Response to Xanthomonas campestris pv. vesicatoria in tomato involves regulation of ethylene receptor gene expression. Plant Physiology 123:81-92.
Tieman, D.M., M.G. Taylor, J.A. Ciardi, and H.J. Klee. 2000. The tomato ethylene receptors NR and LeETR4 are negative regulators of ethylene response and exhibit functional compensation within a multigene family. PNAS 97:5663-5668.
Clark, D.G., E.K. Gubrium, J.E. Barrett, T.A. Nell, and H.J. Klee. 1999. Root formation in ethylene-insensitive plants. Plant Physiology 121:53-59.
Tieman, D.M. and H.J. Klee. 1999. Differential expression of two novel members of the tomato ethylene-receptor family. Plant Physiology 120:165-172.
Lashbrook, C.C., D.M. Tieman, and H.J. Klee. 1998. Differential regulation of the tomato ETR gene family throughout plant development. Plant Journal 15:243-252.
Lund, S.T., R.E. Stall, and H.J. Klee. 1998. Ethylene regulates the susceptible response to pathogen infection in tomato. Plant Cell 10:371-382.
Wilkinson, J.Q., M.B. Lanahan, D.G. Clark, A.B. Bleecker, C. Chang, E.M. Meyerowitz, and H.J. Klee. 1997. A dominant mutant receptor from Arabidopsis confers ethylene insensitivity in heterologous plants. Nature Biotech. 15:444-447.
Wilkinson, J., M. Lanahan, H-C Yen, J. Giovannoni, and H. Klee. 1995. An ethylene-inducible component of signal transduction encoded by 'Never-ripe'. Science 270:1807-1809.
Wilkinson, J., M. Lanahan, T. Conner, and H. Klee. 1995. Identification of mRNAs with enhanced expression in ripening strawberry fruit using PCR differential display. Plant Mol. Biol. 27:1097-1108.
Yen, H-C, S. Lee, S. Tanksley, M. Lanahan, H. Klee, and J. Giovannoni. 1995. The tomato Never-ripe locus regulates ethylene-inducible gene expression and is linked to a homologue of the Arabidopsis ETR1 gene. Plant Physiology 107:1343-1353.
Lanahan, M., H-C Yen, J. Giovannoni, and H. Klee. 1994. The Never-ripe mutation blocks ethylene perception in tomato. Plant Cell 6:521-530.
Klee, H.J. 1993. Ripening physiology of fruit from transgenic tomato plants with reduced ethylene synthesis. Plant Physiology 102:911-916.
Romano, C., M. Cooper, and H. Klee. 1993. Uncoupling auxin and ethylene effects in transgenic tobacco and Arabidopsis plants. Plant Cell 5:181-189.
Klee, H., M. Hayford, K. Kretzmer, G. Barry, and G. Kishore. 1991. Control of ethylene synthesis by expression of a bacterial ACC deaminase in transgenic tomato plants. Plant Cell 3:1187-1193.
Medford, J., J.S. Elmer, and H. Klee. 1991. Molecular cloning and characterization of Arabidopsis thaliana genes expressed in shoot apical meristems. Plant Cell 3:359-370.
Romano, C., M. Hein, and H. Klee. 1991. Inactivation of auxin in tobacco transformed with the indoleacetic acid-lysine synthetase gene of Pseudomonas savastanoi. Genes and Dev. 5:438-446.

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