Arthur Fett-Neto
Arthur Fett-Neto
Professor of Botany, Center for Biotechnology, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
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When stress and development go hand in hand: main hormonal controls of adventitious rooting in cuttings
CT Da Costa, MR De Almeida, CM Ruedell, J Schwambach, ...
Frontiers in plant science 4, 133, 2013
Plant alkaloids: main features, toxicity, and mechanisms of action
HN Matsuura, AG Fett-Neto
Plant toxins 2 (7), 1-15, 2015
Cell Culture of Taxus as a Source of the Antineoplastic Drug Taxol and Related Taxanes
AG Fett-Neto, F DiCosmo, WF Reynolds, K Sakata
Bio/technology 10 (12), 1572-1575, 1992
Improved taxol yield by aromatic carboxylic acid and amino acid feeding to cell cultures of taxus cuspidata
AG Fett‐Neto, SJ Melanson, SA Nicholson, JJ Pennington, F DiCosmo
Biotechnology and Bioengineering 44 (8), 967-971, 1994
Role of auxin and its modulators in the adventitious rooting of Eucalyptus species differing in recalcitrance
CM Fogaca, AG Fett-Neto
Plant Growth Regulation 45, 1-10, 2005
Current techniques and prospects for the clonal propagation of hardwoods with emphasis on Eucalyptus
TF de Assis, AG Fett-Neto, AC Alfenas
Plantation forest biotechnology for the 21st century, 303-333, 2004
Distinct effects of auxin and light on adventitious root development in Eucalyptus saligna and Eucalyptus globulus
AG Fett-Neto, JP Fett, LWV Goulart, G Pasquali, RR Termignoni, ...
Tree Physiology 21 (7), 457-464, 2001
Iron homeostasis related genes in rice
J Gross, RJ Stein, AG Fett-Neto, JP Fett
Genetics and Molecular Biology 26, 477-497, 2003
Production of plant bioactive triterpenoid saponins: elicitation strategies and target genes to improve yields
ACA Yendo, F de Costa, G Gosmann, AG Fett-Neto
Molecular biotechnology 46, 94-104, 2010
Plant secondary metabolism and challenges in modifying its operation: an overview
NC Nascimento, AG Fett-Neto
Plant secondary metabolism engineering: methods and applications, 1-13, 2010
Improved taxol yield in developing callus of Taxus cuspidata by medium composition modification
AG Fett-Neto
Bio/technology 11, 731, 1993
Carbohydrates as regulatory factors on the rooting of Eucalyptus saligna Smith and Eucalyptus globulus Labill
LR Corrêa, DC Paim, J Schwambach, AG Fett-Neto
Plant Growth Regulation 45, 63-73, 2005
Mineral nutrition and adventitious rooting in microcuttings of Eucalyptus globulus
J Schwambach, C Fadanelli, AG Fett-Neto
Tree Physiology 25 (4), 487-494, 2005
Kinetics of taxol production, growth, and nutrient uptake in cell suspensions of Taxus cuspidata
AG Fett‐Neto, WY Zhang, F Dicosmo
Biotechnology and bioengineering 44 (2), 205-210, 1994
The use of biodiversity as source of new chemical entities against defined molecular targets for treatment of malaria, tuberculosis, and T-cell mediated diseases: a review
LA Basso, LHP Silva, AG Fett-Neto, WF Azevedo Junior, ÍS Moreira, ...
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 100, 475-506, 2005
Metabolic engineering of cell cultures versus whole plant complexity in production of bioactive monoterpene indole alkaloids: recent progress related to old dilemma
G Pasquali, DD Porto, AG Fett-Neto
Journal of Bioscience and Bioengineering 101 (4), 287-296, 2006
Pine oleoresin: tapping green chemicals, biofuels, food protection, and carbon sequestration from multipurpose trees
KCS Rodrigues‐Corrêa, JC de Lima, AG Fett‐Neto
Food and Energy Security 1 (2), 81-93, 2012
The out of phase 1 Mutant Defines a Role for PHYB in Circadian Phase Control in Arabidopsis
PA Salomé, TP Michael, EV Kearns, AG Fett-Neto, RA Sharrock, ...
Plant Physiology 129 (4), 1674-1685, 2002
Accumulation of a bioactive triterpene saponin fraction of Quillaja brasiliensis leaves is associated with abiotic and biotic stresses
F de Costa, ACA Yendo, JD Fleck, G Gosmann, AG Fett-Neto
Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 66, 56-62, 2013
Effects of temperature on adventitious root development in microcuttings of Eucalyptus saligna Smith and Eucalyptus globulus Labill
LDR Corrêa, AG Fett-Neto
Journal of Thermal Biology 29 (6), 315-324, 2004
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