Naama Menda
Naama Menda
Research Associate, Boyce Thompson Institute, Cornell University
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The tomato genome sequence provides insights into fleshy fruit evolution
xx Tomato Genome Consortium
Nature 485 (7400), 635, 2012
The SOL Genomics Network. A comparative resource for Solanaceae biology and beyond
LA Mueller, TH Solow, N Taylor, B Skwarecki, R Buels, J Binns, C Lin, ...
Plant physiology 138 (3), 1310-1317, 2005
Regulation of LANCEOLATE by miR319 is required for compound-leaf development in tomato
N Ori, AR Cohen, A Etzioni, A Brand, O Yanai, S Shleizer, N Menda, ...
Nature genetics 39 (6), 787-791, 2007
The Sol Genomics Network (SGN)—from genotype to phenotype to breeding
N Fernandez-Pozo, N Menda, JD Edwards, S Saha, IY Tecle, SR Strickler, ...
Nucleic acids research 43 (D1), D1036-D1041, 2015
Rose scent: genomics approach to discovering novel floral fragrance–related genes
I Guterman, M Shalit, N Menda, D Piestun, M Dafny-Yelin, G Shalev, E Bar, ...
The Plant Cell 14 (10), 2325-2338, 2002
In silico screening of a saturated mutation library of tomato
N Menda, Y Semel, D Peled, Y Eshed, D Zamir
The Plant Journal 38 (5), 861-872, 2004
Abscisic acid deficiency in the tomato mutant high‐pigment 3 leading to increased plastid number and higher fruit lycopene content
N Galpaz, Q Wang, N Menda, D Zamir, J Hirschberg
The Plant Journal 53 (5), 717-730, 2008
Overdominant quantitative trait loci for yield and fitness in tomato
Y Semel, J Nissenbaum, N Menda, M Zinder, U Krieger, N Issman, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (35), 12981-12986, 2006
The Sol Genomics Network (solgenomics. net): growing tomatoes using Perl
A Bombarely, N Menda, IY Tecle, RM Buels, S Strickler, T Fischer-York, ...
Nucleic acids research 39 (suppl_1), D1149-D1155, 2010
Volatile ester formation in roses. Identification of an acetyl-coenzyme A. Geraniol/citronellol acetyltransferase in developing rose petals
M Shalit, I Guterman, H Volpin, E Bar, T Tamari, N Menda, Z Adam, ...
Plant physiology 131 (4), 1868-1876, 2003
O-Methyltransferases Involved in the Biosynthesis of Volatile Phenolic Derivatives in Rose Petals
N Lavid, J Wang, M Shalit, I Guterman, E Bar, T Beuerle, N Menda, ...
Plant physiology 129 (4), 1899-1907, 2002
The plant ontology as a tool for comparative plant anatomy and genomic analyses
L Cooper, RL Walls, J Elser, MA Gandolfo, DW Stevenson, B Smith, ...
Plant and Cell Physiology 54 (2), e1-e1, 2013
A snapshot of the emerging tomato genome sequence
LAL Mueller, RK Tanksley, SD Giovannoni, JJ White, R Vrebalov, J Fei, ...
The Plant Genome 2 (1), 78, 2009
Trait diversity and potential for selection indices based on variation among regionally adapted processing tomato germplasm
HL Merk, SC Yarnes, A Van Deynze, N Tong, N Menda, LA Mueller, ...
Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 137 (6), 427-437, 2012
Flower proteome: changes in protein spectrum during the advanced stages of rose petal development
M Dafny-Yelin, I Guterman, N Menda, M Ovadis, M Shalit, E Pichersky, ...
Planta 222 (1), 37-46, 2005
An ontology approach to comparative phenomics in plants
A Oellrich, RL Walls, EKS Cannon, SB Cannon, L Cooper, J Gardiner, ...
Plant methods 11 (1), 1-15, 2015
Towards a reference plant trait ontology for modeling knowledge of plant traits and phenotypes
E Arnaud, L Cooper, R Shrestha, N Menda, RT Nelson, L Matteis, ...
International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Ontology Development 2 …, 2012
AgBioData consortium recommendations for sustainable genomics and genetics databases for agriculture
L Harper, J Campbell, EKS Cannon, S Jung, M Poelchau, R Walls, ...
Database 2018, 2018
Analysis of wild-species introgressions in tomato inbreds uncovers ancestral origins
N Menda, SR Strickler, JD Edwards, A Bombarely, DM Dunham, ...
BMC Plant Biology 14 (1), 1-16, 2014
A community-based annotation framework for linking solanaceae genomes with phenomes
N Menda, RM Buels, I Tecle, LA Mueller
Plant physiology 147 (4), 1788-1799, 2008
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