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CONTACT PROFESSOR Subhash Minocha:

Email: sminocha@unh.edu

Voice: 603.862.3840

Ph.D. University of Washington, 1974

AREAS OF EXPERTISE:

Plant molecular biology
Plant Physiology
Genetic manipulation of plant metabolism
Plant abiotic stress
Bioenergy

Genetics and Reproduction
Marine Botany
Marine Molecular and Cellular Processes

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Minocha Lab

University of New Hampshire Faculty Page

Junior Science and Humanities Symposium 

Project SMART

Research Emphasis

My areas of research are: genetic manipulation of plant metabolism and stress response in plants; cloning and characterization of genes involved in polyaminebiosynthesis; and cloning and characterization of genes in marine algae for genetic manipulation.

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Publications

Minocha, R. and S.C. Minocha. 2005.  Effects of soil pH and aluminum on plant respiration. In: Plant Respiration; C. Ribas and H. Lambers, eds. Book Chapter

Minocha, R., J.S. Lee, S. Long, P. Bhatnagar, S.C. Minocha. 2004. Physiological responses of wild type and putrescine-overproducing transgenic cells of poplar to variations in the form and concentration of nitrogen in the medium. Tree Physiol. 24: 551-560.

Page, A.F., Minocha, S.C. 2004. Analysis of gene expression in transgenic plants. In. Methods in Molecular Biology, Vol. 286: Transgenic Plants. L. Pěna (ed.), Humana Press. pp. 291-311.

Minocha, S.C. 2003. Genetic engineering of seaweeds: current status and perspectives. In: Chapman, A.R.O., R.J. Anderson, V. Vreeland, I.R. Davison. eds. Proc. Seventeenth International Seaweed Symposium, Cape Town, S. Africa, Jan. 28 - Feb. 2, 2001. Oxford Univ. Press. 19-26.

Minocha, R., S. Minocha, and S. Long. 2003. Monitoring environmental stress in forest trees using biochemical and physiological markers. In : Espinel S, Barredo Y, Ritter, E (Eds). Sustainable Forestry, Wood Products, and Biotechnology. DFA-AFA Press, Victoria-Gasteiz, Spain, pp 109-116.

Minocha, S., P. Bhatnagar, R. Minocha, and S. Long. 2003. Genetic manipulation of polyamine metabolism in poplar. In : Espinel S, Barredo Y, Ritter, E (Eds). Sustainable Forestry, Wood Products, and Biotechnology. DFA-AFA Press, Victoria-Gasteiz, Spain, pp 179-194.

Bezold, T.N., J.B. Loy and S.C. Minocha 2003. Changes in the cellular content of polyamines in different tissues of seed and fruit of a normal and a hull-less seed variety of pumpkin during development. Plant Sci. 164: 743-752.

Quan, Yi, R. Minocha and S.C. Minocha. 2002. Genetic manipulation of polyamine metabolism in poplar III: Effects on ethylene biosynthesis. Plant Physiol. Bioch. 40:929-937.

Bhatnagar, P., R. Minocha, and S.C. Minocha. 2002. Genetic manipulation of the metabolism of polyamines in poplar II: The catabolism of putrescine. Plant Physiol. 128: 1455-1469.

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University of New Hampshire
Areas of Expertise/Research Interests (List All Please)
Plant molecular biology
Plant Physiology
Genetic manipulation of plant metabolism
Plant abiotic stress
Bioenergy

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