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Leyser, Ottoline 1965- National Library of Korea

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Auxin regulates SCF Wikidata
Auxin, self-organisation, and the colonial nature of plants. Wikidata
Auxin signalling: protein stability as a versatile control target. Wikidata
Auxin signalling: the beginning, the middle and the end. Wikidata
Auxin transport through non-hair cells sustains root-hair development. Wikidata
AXR3 and SHY2 interact to regulate root hair development. Wikidata
Canalization: what the flux? Wikidata
Cell signalling and gene regulation: New directions in plant signalling Wikidata
Cell wall composition contributes to the control of transpiration efficiency in Arabidopsis thaliana Wikidata
Characterization of terfestatin A, a new specific inhibitor for auxin signaling. Wikidata
Computer simulation: the imaginary friend of auxin transport biology. Wikidata
Connective Auxin Transport in the Shoot Facilitates Communication between Shoot Apices Wikidata
Control of bud activation by an auxin transport switch. Wikidata
The control of shoot branching: an example of plant information processing. Wikidata
Cross-species functional diversity within the PIN auxin efflux protein family Wikidata
The culture of scientific research. Wikidata
Cytokinin is required for escape but not release from auxin mediated apical dominance Wikidata
Cytokinin Targets Auxin Transport to Promote Shoot Branching Wikidata
Degradation of Aux/IAA proteins is essential for normal auxin signalling. Wikidata
Dynamic integration of auxin transport and signalling. Wikidata
The fall and rise of apical dominance. Wikidata
Functional screening of willow alleles in Arabidopsis combined with QTL mapping in willow (Salix) identifies SxMAX4 as a coppicing response gene Wikidata
GARNet, the Genomic Arabidopsis Resource Network. Wikidata
Grafting Wikidata
Hormonal interactions in the control of Arabidopsis hypocotyl elongation. Wikidata
The hormonal regulation of axillary bud growth in Arabidopsis Wikidata
Hormonally controlled expression of the Arabidopsis MAX4 shoot branching regulatory gene Wikidata
MAX1 encodes a cytochrome P450 family member that acts downstream of MAX3/4 to produce a carotenoid-derived branch-inhibiting hormone. Wikidata
MAX3/CCD7 is a carotenoid cleavage dioxygenase required for the synthesis of a novel plant signaling molecule. Wikidata
MAX4 and RMS1 are orthologous dioxygenase-like genes that regulate shoot branching in Arabidopsis and pea Wikidata
Mechanisms in plant development National Library of France National Library of Israel NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library National Library of the Czech Republic National Library of the Netherlands Wikidata Library of Congress/NACO BIBSYS National Library of Korea Sudoc [ABES], France
Micrografting techniques for testing long-distance signalling in Arabidopsis. Wikidata
A molecular basis for auxin action. Wikidata
Molecular genetics of auxin signaling. Wikidata
Moving beyond the GM debate. Wikidata
Mutagenesis Wikidata
Mutation of the cytosolic ribosomal protein-encoding RPS10B gene affects shoot meristematic function in Arabidopsis Wikidata
Mutations in the AXR3 gene of Arabidopsis result in altered auxin response including ectopic expression from the SAUR-AC1 promoter. Wikidata
Natural variation of rice strigolactone biosynthesis is associated with the deletion of two MAX1 orthologs Wikidata
Novel phytohormones involved in long-range signaling. Wikidata
Ottoline Leyser: the beauty of plant genetics. Interviewed by Caitlin Sedwick. Wikidata
Paralogous radiations of PIN proteins with multiple origins of noncanonical PIN structure Wikidata
pax1-1 partially suppresses gain-of-function mutations in Arabidopsis AXR3/IAA17. Wikidata
The pea branching RMS2 gene encodes the PsAFB4/5 auxin receptor and is involved in an auxin-strigolactone regulation loop. Wikidata
The power of auxin in plants. Wikidata
Promoter methylation and progressive transgene inactivation in Arabidopsis. Wikidata
Rapid degradation of auxin/indoleacetic acid proteins requires conserved amino acids of domain II and is proteasome dependent Wikidata
Rice cytochrome P450 MAX1 homologs catalyze distinct steps in strigolactone biosynthesis. Wikidata
A role for more axillary growth1 (MAX1) in evolutionary diversity in strigolactone signaling upstream of MAX2. Wikidata
Root gravitropism requires lateral root cap and epidermal cells for transport and response to a mobile auxin signal. Wikidata
Root system architecture determines fitness in an Arabidopsis mutant in competition for immobile phosphate ions but not for nitrate ions Wikidata
Roots are branching out in patches Wikidata
SCF-Mediated Proteolysis and Negative Regulation in Ethylene Signaling Wikidata
Shootward and rootward: peak terminology for plant polarity Wikidata
SLOW MOTION is required for within-plant auxin homeostasis and normal timing of lateral organ initiation at the shoot meristem in Arabidopsis. Wikidata
SMAX1-LIKE/D53 Family Members Enable Distinct MAX2-Dependent Responses to Strigolactones and Karrikins in Arabidopsis. Wikidata
Something on the side: axillary meristems and plant development. Wikidata
Strigolactone can promote or inhibit shoot branching by triggering rapid depletion of the auxin efflux protein PIN1 from the plasma membrane. Wikidata
Strigolactone regulates shoot development through a core signalling pathway Wikidata
Strigolactone regulation of shoot branching in chrysanthemum (Dendranthema grandiflorum). Wikidata
Strigolactone signalling: standing on the shoulders of DWARFs. Wikidata
Strigolactones and the control of plant development: lessons from shoot branching Wikidata
Strigolactones are transported through the xylem and play a key role in shoot architectural response to phosphate deficiency in nonarbuscular mycorrhizal host Arabidopsis Wikidata
Strigolactones enhance competition between shoot branches by dampening auxin transport Wikidata
Summitting the Arabidopsis genome Wikidata
The Tinkerbell (Tink) Mutation Identifies the Dual-Specificity MAPK Phosphatase INDOLE-3-BUTYRIC ACID-RESPONSE5 (IBR5) as a Novel Regulator of Organ Size in Arabidopsis. Wikidata
Ubiquitination and auxin signaling: a degrading story. Wikidata
Using Arabidopsis to study shoot branching in biomass willow. Wikidata
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