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Richard C. Gardner
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University of Auckland
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Publications

  • A homozygous diploid subset of commercial wine yeast strains

    Authors
    Richard C. Gardner, J.E. Bradbury, K.D. Richards, H.A. Niederer, S.A. Lee, P. Rod Dunbar
    Journal
    Antonie van Leeuwenhoek, International Journal of General and Molecular Microbiology
    Year
    2006
    Genetic analysis was performed on 45 commercial yeasts which are used in winemaking because of their superior fermentation properties. Genome sizes were estimated by propidium iodide fluorescence and ... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • A putative magnesium transporter AtMRS2-11 is localized to the plant chloroplast envelope membrane system

    Authors
    Richard C. Gardner, R.S.M. Drummond, A. Tutone, Y.-C. Li
    Journal
    Plant Science
    Year
    2006
    The AtMRS2 family of 10 Arabidopsis genes (and one pseudo-gene) belongs to a eukaryote subset of the CorA super-family of magnesium transporters. Of nine members of the Arabidopsis family expressed in... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • A late Quaternary phylogeography for Metrosideros (Myrtaceae) in New Zealand inferred from chloroplast DNA haplotypes

    Authors
    Richard C. Gardner, D.J. Keeling, S.D. Wright, P.J. De Lange, T. Bowala, H.A. Brown
    Journal
    Biological Journal of the Linnean Society
    Year
    2004
    Because of its remoteness and mid-latitude position, New Zealand lacks access to the tropical climates that might have ensured straightforward survival for frost-sensitive species during glacial times... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Differential expression within an SPS gene family

    Authors
    Elspeth Macrae, R.W.M. Fung, G. Langenkamper, Richard C. Gardner
    Journal
    Plant Science
    Year
    2003
    We have characterised the expression of a subfamily of genes that encode sucrose phosphate synthase (SPS), the plant enzyme responsible for sucrose synthesis. cDNA fragments from four genes were clone... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE

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