University of Kentucky College of Agriculture
 
 
 
GlennCollins

Glenn B. Collins

Emeritus Faculty

 

Directions to University of Kentucky, Lexington, KYUniversity of Kentucky, PSS
Campus LocationPlant Science Building
1405 Veterans Drive (Office:301D)
Lexington, KY 40546-0312
Phone(859) 257-5020 ext. 80772
Fax(859) 257-7125
Emailgcollins@email.uky.edu

 

Speciality
Agricultural Biotechnology/Genetics

Education
B.S. and M.S. University of Kentucky, 1961 and 1963 Ph.D. North Carolina State University, 1966

Plant Genetic Engineering Approaches to the Improvement of Crop Plants; Plant Tissue and Cell Culture; Undegraduate and Graduate Education; Biotechnology Outreach.

Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, and Professor, Department of Agronomy, University of Kentucky;1966, 1971 and 1976, respectively. Associate Dean for Research, College of Agriculture, University of Kentucky, 1985-1987.

 

 

This person page last updated on 2011-04-12



Research/Teaching Publications

    Refereed Journal Articles

    Dinkins, R. D., V. S. Tavva, S. R. Palli, and G. B. Collins. 2012. Mutant and Overexpression Analysis of a C2H2 Single Zinc Finger Gene of Arabidopsis. Plant Molecular Biology Reporter 30(1); 99-110. Published online: doi: 1007/s11105-011-0320-7.
    Authors in PSS Dept.: Glenn B. Collins Randy Dinkins
    Tavva, V.S., Y.-H. Kim, I.A. Kagan, R.D. Dinkins, K.-H. Kim, and G.B. Collins. 2007. Increased α-tocopherol content in soybean seed overexpressing the Perilla frutescens γ-tocopherol methyltransferase gene. Plant Cell Reports 26:61-70.
    Authors in PSS Dept.: Glenn B. Collins Randy Dinkins Isabelle Kagan
    Palli, S.R., V.S. Tavva, A.K. Singh, R.D. Dinkins, and G.B. Collins. 2007. Ecdysone receptor gene switch technology for inducible gene expression in plants. In vitro Cellular and Developmental Biology—Animal 43:S14 Supplement.
    Authors in PSS Dept.: Glenn B. Collins Randy Dinkins
    Tavva, V.S., R.D. Dinkins, S.R. Palli, and G.B. Collins. 2007. Development of a tightly regulated and highly inducible ecdysone receptor gene switch for plants through the use of retinoid X receptor chimeras. Transgenic Research 16:599-612.
    Authors in PSS Dept.: Glenn B. Collins Randy Dinkins
    Tavva, V.S., S.R. Palli, R.D. Dinkins, and G.B. Collins. 2007. EcR gene switches for regulated expression of transgenes in plants. p. 48. IN: X. Belles et al., ed. 16th International Ecdysone Workshop. Journal of Insect Science 7:13.
    Authors in PSS Dept.: Glenn B. Collins Randy Dinkins
    Tavva, V.S., S.R. Palli, R.D. Dinkins, and G.B. Collins. 2007. Applications of EcR gene switch technology in functional genomics. Archives of Insect Biochemistry and Physiology 65:164-179.
    Authors in PSS Dept.: Glenn B. Collins Randy Dinkins
    Tavva VS, Collins GB, Dinkins RD. 2006. Targeted overexpression of the Escherichia coli MinC protein in higher plants results in abnormal chloroplasts. Plant Cell Rep. 25: 341-348.
    Authors in PSS Dept.: Glenn B. Collins Randy Dinkins
    Tavva VS, Dinkins RD, Palli SR, Collins GB. 2006. Development of a methoxyfenozide responsive gene switch for applications in plants Plant J. 45: 457-469
    Authors in PSS Dept.: Glenn B. Collins Randy Dinkins
    Tavva VS, Dinkins RD, Palli SR, Collins GB. 2006. Development of a methoxyfenozide responsive gene switch for applications in plants Plant J. 45: 457-469
    Authors in PSS Dept.: Glenn B. Collins Randy Dinkins
    Tavva VS, Kim Y-H, Kagan IA, Dinkins RD, and Collins GB. 2006. Increased α-tocopherol content in soybean seed overexpressing Perilla frutescens -tocopherol methyltransferase gene. Plant Cell Reports online (DOI: 10.1007/s00299-006-0218-2).
    Authors in PSS Dept.: Glenn B. Collins Isabelle Kagan Randy Dinkins