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  2. A DELLA in Disguise: SPATULA Restrains the Growth of the Developing Arabidopsis Seedling

    Josse, E-M., Gan, Y., Bou-Torrent, J., Stewart, K. L., Gilday, A. D., Jeffree, C. E., Vaistij, F. E., Martinez-Garcia, J. F., Nagy, F., Graham, I. A. & Halliday, K. J., Apr 2011

    Article in The Plant Cell

  3. A carrot leucine-rich-repeat protein that inhibits ice recrystallization

    Worrall, D., Elias, L., Ashford, D., Smallwood, M., Sidebottom, C., Lillford, P., Telford, J., Holt, C. & Bowles, D., 2 Oct 1998

    Article in Science

  4. An Arabidopsis mutant impaired in coenzyme a biosynthesis is sugar dependent for seedling establishment

    Rubio, S., Larson, T. R., Gonzalez-Guzman, M., Alejandro, S., Graham, I. A., Serrano, R. & Rodriguez, P. L., Mar 2006

    Article in Plant Physiology

  5. An inhibitor of oil body mobilization in Arabidopsis.

    Brown, L-A., Larson, T., Graham, I. A., Hawes, C., Paudyal, R., Warriner, S. & Baker, A., Nov 2013

    Article in New Phytologist

  6. Anaerobic digestion of Crassulacean Acid Metabolism plants: Exploring alternative feedstocks for semi-arid lands

    Lueangwattanapong, K., Ammam, F., Mason, P. M., Whitehead, C., McQueen-Mason, S. J., Gomez, L. D., Smith, J. A. C. & Thompson, I. P., 14 Oct 2019

    Article in BIORESOURCE TECHNOLOGY

  7. Analysis of expansin-induced morphogenesis on the apical meristem of tomato

    Fleming, A. J., Caderas, D., Wehrli, E., McQueen-Mason, S. & Kuhlemeier, C., Apr 1999

    Article in Planta

  8. Arabidopsis GT34 family contains five xyloglucan α-1,6-xylosyltransferases.

    McQueen Mason, S. J., Vuttipongchaikij S, Broclehurst D, Steele-King C, Ashford DA, & Gomez LD, Aug 2012

    Article in New Phytologist

  9. Arabidopsis XTH4 and XTH9 contribute to wood cell expansion and secondary wall formation

    Kushwah, S., Banasiak, A., Nishikubo, N., Derba-Maceluch, M., Majda, M., Endo, S., Kumar, V., Gomez, L. D., Gorzsas, A., McQueen Mason, S. J., Braam, J., Sundberg, B. & Mellerowicza, E. J., Apr 2020

    Article in Plant Physiology

  10. Arabinan Metabolism during Seed Development and Germination in Arabidopsis

    Gomez, L. D., Steele-King, C. G., Jones, L., Foster, J. M., Vuttipongchaikij, S. & McQueen-Mason, S. J., Sep 2009

    Article in Molecular plant

  11. BODIPY probes to study peroxisome dynamics in vivo.

    Edwards, R., Landrum, M., Smertenko, A., Hussey, P.J & Steel, P.G, May 2010

    Article in Plant Journal

  12. Binding and glutathione conjugation of porphyrinogens by plant glutathione transferases

    Dixon, D. P., Lapthorn, A., Madesis, P., Mudd, E. A., Day, A. & Edwards, R., 18 Jul 2008

    Article in Journal of Biological Chemistry

  13. Cell wall remodeling under salt stress: Insights into changes in polysaccharides, feruloylation, lignification, and phenolic metabolism in maize

    Oliveira, D. M., Mota, T. R., Salatta, F. V., Sinzker, R. C., Končitíková, R., Kopečný, D., Simister, R., Silva, M., Goeminne, G., Morreel, K., Rencoret, J., Gutiérrez, A., Tryfona, T., Marchiosi, R., Dupree, P., Del Río, J. C., Boerjan, W., McQueen-Mason, S. J., Gomez, L. D., Ferrarese-Filho, O. & 1 others, Dos Santos, W. D., 22 May 2020

    Article in Plant, Cell and Environment

  14. Chondrus crispus - A present and historical model organism for red seaweeds

    Collén, J., Cornish, M. L., Craigie, J., Ficko-Blean, E., Hervé, C., Krueger-Hadfield, S. A., Leblanc, C., Michel, G., Potin, P., Tonon, T. & Boyen, C., 2014

    Article in Advances in Botanical Research

  15. Cloning, tissue expression analysis, and functional characterization of two Δ6-desaturase variants of sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax L.)

    Santigosa, E., Geay, F., Tonon, T., Le Delliou, H., Kuhl, H., Reinhardt, R., Corcos, L., Cahu, C., Zambonino-Infante, J. L. & Mazurais, D., Feb 2011

    Article in Marine biotechnology (New York, N.Y.)

  16. Cold and light control seed germination through the bHLH transcription factor SPATULA

    Penfield, S., Josse, E-M., Kannangara, R., Gilday, A. D., Halliday, K. J. & Graham, I. A., Nov 2005

    Article in Current Biology

  17. Conserved cysteine residues in the mammalian lamin A tail are essential for cellular resposes to ROS generation.

    Edwards, R., Pekovic,V., Gibbs-Seymour, I., Markiewicz, E., Alzoghaibi, F., Benham, A.M, Wenhert, M., von Zglinicki, T. & Hutchison, C.J, 2011

    Article in Aging Cell

  18. Control of bud activation by an auxin transport switch

    Prusinkiewicz, P., Crawford, S., Smith, R. S., Ljung, K., Bennett, T., Ongaro, V. & Leyser, O., 13 Oct 2009

    Article in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America

  19. Control of germination and lipid mobilization by COMATOSE, the Arabidopsis homologue of human ALDP

    Footitt, S., Slocombe, S. P., Larner, V., Kurup, S., Wu, Y. S., Larson, T., Graham, I., Baker, A. & Holdsworth, M., 17 Jun 2002

    Article in EMBO Journal

  20. Copper stress proteomics highlights local adaptation of two strains of the model brown alga Ectocarpus siliculosus

    Ritter, A., Ubertini, M., Romac, S., Gaillard, F., Delage, L., Mann, A., Cock, J. M., Tonon, T., Correa, J. A. & Potin, P., Jun 2010

    Article in Proteomics

  21. Different stress responsive strategies to drought and heat in two durum wheat cultivars with contrasting water use efficiency

    Aprile, A., Havlickova, L., Panna, R., Marè, C., Borrelli, G. M., Marone, D., Perrotta, C., Rampino, P., De Bellis, L., Curn, V., Mastrangelo, A. M., Rizza, F. & Cattivelli, L., 22 Nov 2013

    Article in BMC Genomics

  22. Disrupting the cynnamil alcohol dehydrogenase 1 gene (BdCAD1) leads to altered lignification and improved saccharification in Brachypodium distachyon.

    M.B d'Yvoire, O. Bouchabke-Coussa, W.Voorend, S. Antelme, L. Cezard, F. Legee, P. Lebris, S. Legay, Whitehead, C. B., McQueen Mason, S. J., Gomez, L. D., L. Jouanin, C. Lapierre & R. Sibout, Feb 2013

    Article in Plant Journal

  23. Diurnal oscillations of metabolite abundances and gene analysis provide new insights into central metabolic processes of the brown alga Ectocarpus siliculosus

    Gravot, A., Dittami, S. M., Rousvoal, S., Lugan, R., Eggert, A., Collén, J., Boyen, C., Bouchereau, A. & Tonon, T., Oct 2010

    Article in The New phytologist

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