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Jai S Rohila (an artistic interpretation)


  • 1997, PhD, Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar 125001, India.
  • 1991, MS, GB Pant University of Agriculture & Technology, Pantnagar, India.
  • 1989, BS, GB Pant University of Agriculture & Technology, Pantnagar, India.

Research interests

  1. Plant Proteomics
  2. Plant Genomics
  3. Plant Transformation


1. Rohila, J. S., Chen, M., Chen, S., Chen, J., Cerny, R. L., Dardick, C., Canlas, P., Fujii, H., Gribskov, M., Kanrar, S., Knoflicek, L., Stevenson, B., Xie, M., Xu, X., Zheng, X., Zhu, J. K., Ronald, P. and Fromm, M. E. 2009. Protein-Protein Interactions of Tandem Affinity Purified Protein Kinases from Rice. PLoS ONE 4(8): e6685.

2. Rohila, J. S. and Yang, Y. 2007. *Rice mitogen-activated protein kinase gene family and its role in biotic and abiotic stress response. J. Integr Plant Biol. 49: 751-759.

3. Rohila, J. S., Chen, M., Chen, S., Chen, J., Cerny, M., Dardick, C., Canlas, P., Xu, X., Gribskov, M., Kanrar, S., Zhu, J. K., Ronald, P. and Fromm, M. E. 2006. *Protein-protein interactions of tandem affinity purification-tagged protein kinases in rice. The Plant Journal 46: 1-13.

4. Rohila J. S., Chen, M., Cerny, M. and Fromm, M. E. 2004. *Improved tandem affinity purification tag and methods for isolation of protein heterocomplexes from plants. The Plant Journal 38: 172-181. *Featured article of the plant journal for year 2004-2005.

5. Rohila, J. S., Jain, R. K. and Wu, R. 2002. Agrobacterium-mediated transformation of Basmati rice to express the barley HVA I gene for enhanced tolerance to abiotic stress. Rice Genetics Newsletter 18: 84-86.

6. Rohila, J. S., Jain, R. K. and Wu, R. 2002. Genetic improvement of Basmati rice for salt and drought tolerance by regulated expression of a barley Hva1 cDNA. Plant Science 163: 525-532.

7. Jain, R. K., Rohila, J. S., Bhutani, S., Jain, S., Chowdhury, V. K. and Wu, R. 2001. Embryogenic status: a major factor that determines the Agrobacterium-mediated transformation efficiency in Basmati rice. Rice Genetics Newsletter 17: 64-67.

8. Roy, M., Jain, R. K., Rohila, J. S. and Wu, R. 2000. Production of agronomically superior transgenic rice plants using Agrobacterium transformation methods: present status and future perspectives. Current Science 79: 954-960.

9. Bishnoi, U., Jain, R. K., Rohila, J. S., Chowdhury, V. K., Gupta, K. R. and Chowdhury, J. B. 2000. Anther culture of recalcitrant indica x Basmati rice hybrids. Euphytica 114: 93-101.

10. Rohila, J. S., Chowdhury, J. B., Yadav, N. R., Gupta, K. R., Chowdhury, V. K. and Jain, R. K. 1997. Anther culture of indica x Basmati heterotic F1 and F2 hybrids and selection of desirable double haploid lines. International Rice Research Notes. 22: 14-15.

11. Rohila J. S. and Khanna V.K. 1993. Effect of gamma-radiations on pollen tube growth and seed set in barley-rye crosses. Cereal Research Communications 21: 207-212.

Book Chapters

1. Rohila, J. S. and Fromm, M. E. 2008. TAP-Tagging system in rice for protein complex isolation. In: Plant Proteomics: Technologies, Strategies and Applications (eds. Agrawal, G. K. and Rakwal, R.) Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, New Jersey, USA.

2. Li, F., Garg, A., He, C., Qu, X., Fu, R., Rohila, J. S. and Wu, R. 2001. Application of functional genomics and development of salt-and drought-stress-tolerant transgenic plants. In: Proceedings of International Conference on Agricultural Science and Technology. November 7-9, 2001 Beijing China. pp. 41-47.

3. Khanna, V. K.; Rohila J. S. and Singh, M. 1994. Crossability of wheat, triticale, barley and rye and pollen tube growth after gamma radiations. In: Toward enhanced and sustainable agricultural productivity in the 2000's: Breeding Research and Biotechnology VI. Special Publication, Taichung District Agricultural Improvement Station, Taiwan, November 16-20, 1994 Taichung Taiwan. pp. 325-331.

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