J. C. Jennings

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The gibberellin (GA) biosynthetic pathway includes four apparent cytochrome P450-mediated steps that convert kaurene to 7 alpha-hydroxykaurenoic acid. One of these reactions, the hydroxylation of kaurenoic acid to 7 alpha-hydroxykaurenoic acid, is mediated by kaurenoic acid hydroxylase. This reaction can be catalyzed in vitro by microsomal preparations from(More)
A key step in gibberellin biosynthesis is the conversion of ent-kaurenoic acid to ent-7[alpha]-hydroxykaurenoic acid, mediated by the enzyme kaurenoic acid hydroxylase. A cell-free system obtained from Gibberella fujikuroi (Saw.) Wr. was used to characterize kaurenoic acid hydroxylase activity. Microsomal preparations from disrupted fungal cells, in the(More)
The objective of this study was to compare summer annuals for fall and winter grazing on irrigated pastures in the Intermountain West. The cool desert areas of this region have short growing seasons (≤120 d) with high daytime temperatures and cool nights resulting in sufficent growing degree days, but impaired production on cool season forages during late(More)
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