Publications of Bradley K. Sherman

Session Editorial: Computer Infrastructure for Systems Biology Jake Y. Chen and Bradley Sherman, Proceedings of Eighteenth International Conference on Systems Engineering, August 16-18, 2005

Herbal transcriptional regulators, J. Heard, J. L. Riechmann, R. Creelman, O. Ratcliffe, Roger D. Canales, P. Repetti, Roderick W. Kumimoto, N. Gutterson, T. Reuber, O. Pineda, B. K. Sherman, T. Morrison, J. Keddie, C. Jiang, K. Century, Luc Adam, J. Zhang, F. D. Hempel, J. M. Libby (2004)

Regulation of biomass and stress tolerance of plants, N. Gutterson, Roderick W. Kumimoto, J. Keddie, B. K. Sherman, J. M. Libby, C. Jiang, J. Heard, O. Ratcliffe, F. D. Hempel (2004)

Riechmann, J. L. et al. (2000). Arabidopsis transcription factors: genome-wide comparative analysis among eukaryotes. Science 290(5499):2105-2110.

A Consensus Map for Loblolly Pine (Pinus taeda L.). I. Construction and Integration of Individual Linkage Maps from Two Outbred Three-Generation Pedigrees, M. Sewell, B. Sherman, D. Neale, 1999, Genetics, 151:321-330

The World-Wide Web and Plant Molecular Biology, B. Sherman, 1994, Plant Molecular Biology Reporter , 12:317-320.

Identification of Quantitative Trait Loci Influencing Wood Specific Gravity in an Outbred Pedigree of Loblolly Pine, A. Groover, M. Devey, T. Fiddler, J. Lee, R. Megraw, T. Mitchel-Olds, B. Sherman, L. Vujcic, C. Williams and D. Neale, 1994, Genetics, 138:1293-1300.

Workshop: WWW in Biology, R. Doelz, P. Murray-Rust, B. Sherman, November, 1994 , Computer Networks and ISDN Systems, 127(1994) 317-340.

Dendrome, a Genome Database for Forest Trees, B. Sherman and D. Neale, 1993, In Proceedings of the 22nd Southern Forest Tree Improvement Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 14-17 June, 1993.

A Primer on Images and the Internet, , B.K. Sherman, Probe, Newsletter for the USDA Plant Genome Research Program, Volume 4, N. 1/2, July 1993-July 1994.

ACeDB Genome Database Software Commonly Asked Questions with Answers, Mathews, DE., and B.K.Sherman,,, 1993-1998, approx. 70K bytes.

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