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Earlham Institute
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Plant circadian clocks increase photosynthesis, growth, survival, and competitive advantage
AN Dodd, N Salathia, A Hall, E Kévei, R Tóth, F Nagy, JM Hibberd, ...
Science 309 (5734), 630-633, 2005
16742005
Analysis of the bread wheat genome using whole-genome shotgun sequencing
R Brenchley, M Spannagl, M Pfeifer, GLA Barker, R D’Amore, AM Allen, ...
Nature 491 (7426), 705-710, 2012
13422012
Multiple wheat genomes reveal global variation in modern breeding
S Walkowiak, L Gao, C Monat, G Haberer, MT Kassa, J Brinton, ...
Nature 588 (7837), 277-283, 2020
6392020
Experimental validation of a predicted feedback loop in the multi‐oscillator clock of Arabidopsis thaliana
JCW Locke, L Kozma‐Bognár, PD Gould, B Fehér, E Kevei, F Nagy, ...
Molecular systems biology 2 (1), 59, 2006
5042006
The Molecular Basis of Temperature Compensation in the Arabidopsis Circadian Clock
PD Gould, JCW Locke, C Larue, MM Southern, SJ Davis, S Hanano, ...
The Plant Cell 18 (5), 1177-1187, 2006
4242006
The ELF3zeitnehmer regulates light signalling to the circadian clock
HG McWatters, RM Bastow, A Hall, AJ Millar
Nature 408 (6813), 716-720, 2000
3982000
FLOWERING LOCUS C Mediates Natural Variation in the High-Temperature Response of the Arabidopsis Circadian Clock
KD Edwards, PE Anderson, A Hall, NS Salathia, JCW Locke, JR Lynn, ...
The Plant Cell 18 (3), 639-650, 2006
3612006
Nanopore direct RNA sequencing maps the complexity of Arabidopsis mRNA processing and m6A modification
MT Parker, K Knop, AV Sherwood, NJ Schurch, K Mackinnon, PD Gould, ...
Elife 9, e49658, 2020
3582020
Circadian clock-regulated expression of phytochrome and cryptochrome genes in Arabidopsis
R Tóth, E Kevei, A Hall, AJ Millar, F Nagy, L Kozma-Bognár
Plant physiology 127 (4), 1607-1616, 2001
3352001
Transcript‐specific, single‐nucleotide polymorphism discovery and linkage analysis in hexaploid bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
AM Allen, GLA Barker, ST Berry, JA Coghill, R Gwilliam, S Kirby, ...
Plant biotechnology journal 9 (9), 1086-1099, 2011
3112011
A haplotype map of allohexaploid wheat reveals distinct patterns of selection on homoeologous genomes
KW Jordan, S Wang, Y Lun, LJ Gardiner, R MacLachlan, P Hucl, K Wiebe, ...
Genome biology 16, 1-18, 2015
2362015
Phytochrome coordinates Arabidopsis shoot and root development
FJ Salisbury, A Hall, CS Grierson, KJ Halliday
The Plant Journal 50 (3), 429-438, 2007
2312007
The TIME FOR COFFEE Gene Maintains the Amplitude and Timing of Arabidopsis Circadian Clocks
A Hall, RM Bastow, SJ Davis, S Hanano, HG McWatters, V Hibberd, ...
The Plant Cell 15 (11), 2719-2729, 2003
2252003
Protocol: Streamlined sub-protocols for floral-dip transformation and selection of transformants in Arabidopsis thaliana
AM Davis, A Hall, AJ Millar, C Darrah, SJ Davis
Plant methods 5, 1-7, 2009
2152009
Functional independence of circadian clocks that regulate plant gene expression
SC Thain, A Hall, AJ Millar
Current biology 10 (16), 951-956, 2000
1992000
Chromosome-scale genome assembly provides insights into rye biology, evolution and agronomic potential
MT Rabanus-Wallace, B Hackauf, M Mascher, T Lux, T Wicker, ...
Nature genetics 53 (4), 564-573, 2021
1832021
The circadian clock controls the expression pattern of the circadian input photoreceptor, phytochrome B
LK Bognár, A Hall, É Adám, SC Thain, F Nagy, AJ Millar
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 96 (25), 14652-14657, 1999
1741999
Crop adaptation to climate change
SS Yadav, RJ Redden, JL Hatfield, H Lotze-Campen, AE Hall
John Wiley & Sons, 2011
1702011
ELF4 Is Required for Oscillatory Properties of the Circadian Clock
HG McWatters, E Kolmos, A Hall, MR Doyle, RM Amasino, P Gyula, ...
Plant physiology 144 (1), 391-401, 2007
1682007
Targeted re‐sequencing of the allohexaploid wheat exome
MO Winfield, PA Wilkinson, AM Allen, GLA Barker, JA Coghill, A Burridge, ...
Plant biotechnology journal 10 (6), 733-742, 2012
1632012
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