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Inventor:
Kishore; Ganesh Murthy
Address:
Chesterfield, MO
No. of patents:
19
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7790959 Altered linolenic and linoleic acid content in plants September 7, 2010
Transformed plants which have increased or decreased linolenic acid content are disclosed. Also disclosed are plants which express a linoleic acid desaturase gene.
7205457 Altered linolenic and linoleic acid content in plants April 17, 2007
Methods of altering the linolenic and oleic acid content in plants are disclosed. Also disclosed are transformed plants which have altered linolenic and oleic acid content, and the DNA molecules used to produce them.
7183110 Antibody immunoreactive with a 5-enolpyruvylshikimate-3-phosphate synthase February 27, 2007
Genes encoding Class II EPSPS enzymes are disclosed. The genes are useful in producing transformed bacteria and plants which are tolerant to glyphosate herbicide. Class II EPSPS genes share little homology with known, Class I EPSPS genes, and do not hybridize to probes from Class I E
6538179 Enhanced starch biosynthesis in seeds March 25, 2003
Promoters for enhanced expression of ADPglucose pyrophosphorylase in potato tubers and fruits such as tomato; methods of using them; DNA molecules, plant cells and plants containing them. A method of decreasing the oil content of seeds by expression of ADPglucose pyrophosphorylase.
6538178 Increased starch content in plants March 25, 2003
Transformed plant cells which have increased'starch content are disclosed. Also disclosed are whole plants comprising plant cells which express CTP/ADPglucose pyrophosphorylase genes.
6476295 Expression of sucrose phosphorylase in plants November 5, 2002
Introducing sucrose phosphorylase activity into plants by transformation with a gene for the enzyme increases the rate of sucrose hydrolysis, leading to increased starch, oil, and protein levels. The preferred gene is from Streptococcus mutans. Surprisingly, in potatoes transformed to
6248876 Glyphosate-tolerant 5-enolpyruvylshikimate-3-phosphate synthases June 19, 2001
Genes encoding Class II EPSPS enzymes are disclosed. The genes are useful in producing transformed bacteria and plants which are tolerant to glyphosate herbicide. Class II EPSPS genes share little homology with known, Class I EPSPS genes, and do not hybridize to probes from Class I E
6235971 Expression of sucrose phoshorylase in plants May 22, 2001
Introducing sucrose phosphorylase activity into plants by transformation with a gene for the enzyme increases the rate of sucrose hydrolysis, leading to increased starch, oil, and/protein levels. Sucrose phosphorylase genes from Streptococcus mutans and Leuconostoc mesenteroides have
6225114 Modified gene encoding glyphosate-tolerant 5-enolpruvyl-3-phosphoshikimate synthase May 1, 2001
DNA encoding glyphosate-tolerant 5-enolpyruvyl-3-phosphoshikimate (EPSP) synthases, plant genes encoding the glyphosate-tolerant enzymes, and plant transformation vectors containing the genes are disclosed. The DNA encodes glyphosate-tolerant EPSP synthases modified by substitution of an
6222098 Expression of sucrose phosphorylase in plants April 24, 2001
Introducing sucrose phosphorylase activity into plants by transformation with a gene for the enzyme increases the rate of sucrose hydrolysis, leading to increased starch, oil, and protein levels. The preferred gene is from Streptococcus mutans. Surprisingly, in potatoes transformed to
5958745 Methods of optimizing substrate pools and biosynthesis of poly-.beta.-hydroxybutyrate-co-poly-.b September 28, 1999
Genes and methods for optimizing levels of substrates employed in the biosynthesis of copolymers of 3-hydroxybutyrate (3HB) and 3-hydroxyvalerate (3HV) in plants and bacteria via manipulation of normal metabolic pathways using recombinant DNA techniques are provided. This is achieved
5942660 Methods of optimizing substrate pools and biosynthesis of poly-.beta.-hydroxybutyrate-co-poly-.b August 24, 1999
Genes and methods for optimizing levels of substrates employed in the biosynthesis of copolymers of 3-hydroxybutyrate (3HB) and 3-hydroxyvalerate (3HV) in plants and bacteria via manipulation of normal metabolic pathways using recombinant DNA techniques are provided. This is achieved
5866775 Glyphosate-tolerant 5-enolpyruvyl-3-phosphoshikimate synthases February 2, 1999
Glyphosate-tolerant 5-enolpyruvyl-3-phosphoshikimate (EPSP) synthases, DNA encoding glyphsate-tolerant EPSP synthases, plant genes encoding the glyphosate-tolerant enzymes, plant transformation vectors containing the genes, transformed plant cells and differentiated transformed plants
5804425 Glyphosate-tolerant 5-enolpyruvylshikimate-3-phosphate synthases September 8, 1998
Genes encoding Class II EPSPS enzymes are disclosed. The genes are useful in producing transformed bacteria and plants which are tolerant to glyphosate herbicide. Class II EPSPS genes share little homology with known, Class I EPSPS genes, and do not hybridize to probes from Class I E
5776760 Glyphosate tolerant plants July 7, 1998
Genes encoding a glyphosate oxidoreductase enzyme are disclosed. The genes are useful in producing transformed bacteria and plants which degrade glyphosate herbicide as well as crop plants which are tolerant to glyphosate herbicide.
5750876 Isoamylase gene, compositions containing it, and methods of using isoamylases May 12, 1998
A method of producing plant products containing modified starch content, including higher ratios of amylose to amylopectin, increase in intermediate material, or amylopectin having fewer branches or altered branching pattern. Also provided are DNA constructs and transformed plant cel
5716837 Expression of sucrose phosphorylase in plants February 10, 1998
Introducing sucrose phosphorylase activity into plants by transformation with a gene for the enzyme increases the rate of sucrose hydrolysis, leading to increased starch, oil, and protein levels. The preferred gene is from Streptococcus mutans. Surprisingly, in potatoes transformed to
5702933 Control of fruit ripening and senescence in plants December 30, 1997
A method for controlling the ripening of fruits and vegetables as well as a method for controlling senescence of plant tissue is described. The method generally embraces the expression of an ACC metabolizing enzyme in the fruit or other desired plant tissue to inhibit the production of e
5648249 Method of improving the quality of stored potatoes July 15, 1997
The invention relates to a method of improving the quality of potatoes stored at reduced temperatures and a method of prolonging dormancy of stored potato tubers, by increasing the level of ADPglucose pyrophosphorylase enzyme activity within the potato tuber during storage at ambient










 
 
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