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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Research Project: Molecular Mechanisms of Photoperception, Signaling and Gene Regulation by the Phytochrome Family

Location: Plant Gene Expression Center Albany_CA

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)

The shade avoidance syndrome in Aribdopsis: the antoagonistic role of phtochrome a and B differentiates vegetation - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Martinez-Garcia, J., Gallemi, M., Molina-Contreras, M.J., Llorente, B., Bevilaqua, M.R., Quail, P.H. 2014. The shade avoidance syndrome in Aribdopsis: the antoagonistic role of phtochrome a and B differentiates vegetation. PLoS One. 9(10):e109275.
Combinatorial Complexity in a Transcriptionally-centered Signaling Hub in Arabidopsis. - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Pfeiffer, A., Shi, H., Tepperman, J.M., Zhang, Y., Quail, P.H. 2014. Combinatorial Complexity in a Transcriptionally-centered Signaling Hub in Arabidopsis.. Molecular Plant. 7(11):1598-618.
A mutually assured destruction mechanism attentuates light signaling in Arabidopsis - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Quail, P.H., Ni, W., Xu, S., Tepperman, J.M., Stanley, D.J., Maltby, D.A., Gross, J.D., Burlingame, A.L., Wang, Z. 2014. A mutually assured destruction mechanism attentuates light signaling in Arabidopsis. Science. 344:1160-1164.
Multisite light-induced phosphorylation of the transcription factor PIF3 is necessary for both its rapid degradation and concomitant negative feedback modulation of photoreceptor phyB levels in Arabidopsis - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Ni, W., Xu, S.L., Chalkley, R.J., Pham, T.N., Guan, S., Maltby, D.A., Burlingame, A.L., Wang, Z.Y., Quail, P.H. 2013. Multisite light-induced phosphorylation of the transcription factor PIF3 is necessary for both its rapid degradation and concomitant negative feedback modulation of photoreceptor phyB levels in Arabidopsis. The Plant Cell. 25:2679-2698. PMCID: PMC3753391.
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