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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Sarah Hake
Plant Gene Expression Center
Genetics

Phone: (510) 559-5907
Fax: (510) 559-5678
Room 1026G

USDA, ARS, PWA, PGEC
800 BUCHANAN STREET
ALBANY , CA 94710

Projects
Identification and Analysis of Plant Architectural Genes in Maize
In-House Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 424421
Molecular Mechanisms of Photoperception, Signaling and Gene Regulation by the Phytochrome Family
In-House Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 424920
Non-Funded Cooperative Agreement Between University of California, Berkeley and U.S. Department of Agriculture,Agricultural Research Service
Non-Funded Cooperative Agreement (N)
  Accession Number: 419649
Molecular Genetic Approaches to Agricultural Enhancement: Identification of Regulatory Mechanisms Controlling Plant Growth, Development and Survival
Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement (S)
  Accession Number: 425165

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Keep on growing: building and patterning leaves in the grasses -
Lewis, M., Hake, S.C. 2016. Keep on growing: building and patterning leaves in the grasses. Plant Biology. 29:80-86. doi:10.1016/j.pbi.2015.11.008.
Diverse functions of KNOX transcription factors in the diploid body plan of plants -
Tsuda, K., Hake, S.C. 2015. Diverse functions of KNOX transcription factors in the diploid body plan of plants. Current Opinion in Plant Biology. 27:91-96.
Organogenesis in plants: initiation and elaboration of leaves -
Sluis, A., Hake, S.C. 2015. Organogenesis in plants: initiation and elaboration of leaves. Trends in Genetics. 31:300-306.
Genetic, evoluntionary and plant breedinginsights from the domestication of maize -
Hake, S.C., Ross-Ibara, J. 2015. Genetic, evoluntionary and plant breedinginsights from the domestication of maize. eLife. doi: 10.7554/eLife.05861.
Transcriptomic analyses indicate that maize ligule development recapitulates gene expression patterns that occur during lateral organ initiation -
Johnston, R., Wang, M., Sun, Q., Sylvester, A.W., Hake, S.C., Scanlon, M. 2014. Transcriptomic analyses indicate that maize ligule development recapitulates gene expression patterns that occur during lateral organ initiation. The Plant Cell. 26:4718-4732.
The dicerlike-1 homologue, fuzzy tassel, is required for the regulatin of meristem deteminancy in the inflorescence and vegetative growth in maize -
Thomnpson, B.E., Basham, C., Hammond, R., Ding, Q., Kakrana, A., Lee, T.F., Simon, S.A., Meely, R., Meyers, B.C., Hake, S.C. 2014. The dicerlike-1 homologue, fuzzy tassel, is required for the regulatin of meristem deteminancy in the inflorescence and vegetative growth in maize. The Plant Cell. 26(12):4702-4717.
Gene regularity interactions at lateral organ buondaries in maize -
Lewis, M.W., Bolduc, N., Hake, K., Htike, Y., Hay, A., Candela, H., Hake, S.C. 2014. Gene regularity interactions at lateral organ buondaries in maize. Development. 141:4590-4597.
Natural variation at sympathy for the ligule controls penetrance of the semidominant lioguleless narrow-R mutation in Zea mays -
Bueshcer, E.M., Moon, J., Runkel, A., Hake, S.C., Dilkes, B.P. 2014. Natural variation at sympathy for the ligule controls penetrance of the semidominant lioguleless narrow-R mutation in Zea mays. G3, Genes/Genomes/Genetics. 4(12):2297-2306.
Genome-wide study of KNOX regulatory network reveals brassinosteroid catabolic genes important for shoot meristem function in rice -
Tsuda, K., Kurata, N., Ohyanagi, H., Hake, S.C. 2014. Genome-wide study of KNOX regulatory network reveals brassinosteroid catabolic genes important for shoot meristem function in rice. The Plant Cell. 26(9):3488-3500.
A division in PIN-medicated patterning during lateral organ initiation in grasses -
O'Connor, D.L., Runions, A., Sluis, A., Bragg, J.N., Vogel, J.P., Prusinkiewicz, P., Hake, S.C. 2014. A division in PIN-medicated patterning during lateral organ initiation in grasses. PLoS Computational Biology. 10(1):e1003447.
Regulatory modules controlling maize inflorescence architecture -
Eveland, A.L., Goldschmidt, A., Pautler, M., Morohashi, K., Liseron-Monfils, C., Lewis, M.W., Kumari, S., Yang, F., Hiraga, S., Unger-Wallace, E., Olson, A., Stanfield, S., Hake, S.C., Schmidt, R.J., Vollbrecht, E., Grotewold, E., Ware, D., Jackson, D. 2013. Regulatory modules controlling maize inflorescence architecture. Genome Research. 24:431-443.
Unequal redundancies in KNOX genes -
Buldoc, N., Tyers, R.G., Freeling, M., Hake, S.C. 2014. Unequal redundancies in KNOX genes. Plant Physiology. 164:229-38.
How to pattern a leaf -
Buldoc, N., O'Connor, D., Moon, J., Hake, S.C. 2012. How to pattern a leaf. Cold Spring Harbor Press. LXXVII:1-5.
The Liguleless narrow mutation affects proximal distal signaling and leaf growth -
Moon, J., Candela, H., Hake, S.C. 2013. The Liguleless narrow mutation affects proximal distal signaling and leaf growth. Development. 140(2):405-412.
Unraveling the KNOTTED1 regulatory network in maize meristems -
Bolduc, N., Yilmaz, A., Mejia-Guerra, M.K., Morohashi, K., O'Connor, D., Grotewold, E., Hake, S.C. 2012. Unraveling the KNOTTED1 regulatory network in maize meristems. Genes and Development. 26:1685-1690.
Overexpression of the maize Corngrass1 microRNA prevents flowering, improves digestibility and increases starch content of switchgrass -
Chuck, G., Tobias, C., Sun, L., Kraemer, F., Li, C., Arora, R., Bragg, J., Vogel, J., Singh, S., Simmons, B., Pauly, M., Hake, S.C. 2011. Overexpression of the maize Corngrass1 microRNA prevents flowering, improves digestibility and increases starch content of switchgrass. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 108(24).
How a leaf gets its shape -
Moon, J., Hake, S.C. 2011. How a leaf gets its shape. Current Opinion in Plant Biology. 14:24-30.
The maize milkweed pod1 mutant reveals a mechanism to modify organ morphology Reprint Icon -
Johnston, R., Candela, H., Hake, S.C., Foster, T. 2010. The maize milkweed pod1 mutant reveals a mechanism to modify organ morphology. Genesis. Published online 10.1002/dvg.20622.
The maize SBP-box transcription factor encoded by tasselsheath4 regulates bract development and the establishment of meristem boundaries Reprint Icon -
Chuck, G., Whipple, C., Jackson, D., Hake, S.C. 2010. The maize SBP-box transcription factor encoded by tasselsheath4 regulates bract development and the establishment of meristem boundaries. Development. 137(8):1243-1250.
Distal Expression of knotted1 in Maize Leaves Leads to Reestablishment of Proximal/Distal Patterning and Leaf Dissection Reprint Icon -
Ramirez, J., Bolduc, N., Lisch, D., Hake, S.C. 2009. Distal Expression of knotted1 in Maize Leaves Leads to Reestablishment of Proximal/Distal Patterning and Leaf Dissection. Plant Physiology. 151(4):1878–1888.
Bearded-Ear Encodes a MADS-box Transcription Factor Critical for Maize Floral Development Reprint Icon -
Thompson, B.E., Bartling, L., Whipple, C., Hall, D.H., Sakai, H., Schmidt, R., Hake, S.C. 2009. Bearded-Ear Encodes a MADS-box Transcription Factor Critical for Maize Floral Development. The Plant Cell. 21:2578–2590.
The Maize Transcription Factor KNOTTED1 Directly Regulates the Gibberellin Catabolism Gene ga2ox1 Reprint Icon -
Bolduc, N., Hake, S.C. 2009. The Maize Transcription Factor KNOTTED1 Directly Regulates the Gibberellin Catabolism Gene ga2ox1. The Plant Cell. 10.1105/tpc.109.068221.
The Interaction of knotted1 and thick tassel dwarf1 in Vegetative and Reproductive Meristems of Maize Reprint Icon -
Lunde, C., Hake, S.C. 2009. The Interaction of knotted1 and thick tassel dwarf1 in Vegetative and Reproductive Meristems of Maize. Genetics. (Epub 1/19/09) 191(4):1693-7.
Inflorescence Architecture: The Transition from Branches to Flowers Reprint Icon -
Hake, S.C. 2008. Inflorescence Architecture: The Transition from Branches to Flowers. Current Biology. 18(23):R1106-R1108.
Big Impacts by Small RNAs in Plant Development Reprint Icon -
Chuck, G.S., Candela Anton, H., Hake, S.C. 2009. Big Impacts by Small RNAs in Plant Development. Current Opinion in Plant Biology. 12(1):81-6, Epub 2008 Nov 6.
Translational Biology: From Arabidopsis Flowers to Grass Inflorescence Architecture Reprint Icon -
Thompson, B.E., Hake, S.C. 2008. Translational Biology: From Arabidopsis Flowers to Grass Inflorescence Architecture. Plant Physiology. 149(1):38-45.
A Recommendation for Naming Transcription Factor Proteins in the Grasses Reprint Icon -
Gray, J., Bevan, M., Brutnell, T., Buell, C., Cone, K., Hake, S.C., Jackson, D., Kellogg, E., Lawrence, C.J., Mccouch, S., Mockler, T., Moose, S., Paterson, A., Peterson, T., Rokshar, D., Souza, G., Springer, N., Stein, N., Timmermans, M., Wang, G., Grotewold, E. 2009. A Recommendation for Naming Transcription Factor Proteins in the Grasses. Plant Physiology. 149(1):4-6.
Floral meristem initiation and meristem cell fate are regulated by the maize AP2 genes ids1 and sid1 Reprint Icon -
Chuck, G.S., Meeley, R., Hake, S.C. 2008. Floral meristem initiation and meristem cell fate are regulated by the maize AP2 genes ids1 and sid1. Development. 135: 3013-3019.
The milkweed pod1 Gene Encodes a KANADI Protein That Is Required for Abaxial/Adaxial Patterning in Maize Leaves Reprint Icon -
Candela Anton, H., Johnston, R., Gerhold, A., Foster, T., Hake, S.C. 2008. The milkweed pod1 Gene Encodes a KANADI Protein That Is Required for Abaxial/Adaxial Patterning in Maize Leaves. The Plant Cell. 20:2073-2087.
Dual Functions of the KNOTTED1 Homeodomain: Sequence-Specific DNA Binding and Regulation of Cell-to-Cell Transport Reprint Icon -
Bolduc, N., Hake, S.C., Jackson, D. 2008. Dual Functions of the KNOTTED1 Homeodomain: Sequence-Specific DNA Binding and Regulation of Cell-to-Cell Transport. American Association for the Advancement of Science Meeting. 1:23, p. pe28.
KNOX Lost the OX: The Arabidopsis KNATM Gene Defines a Novel Class of KNOX Transcriptional Regulators Missing the Homeodomain Reprint Icon -
Magnani, E., Hake, S.C. 2008. KNOX Lost the OX: The Arabidopsis KNATM Gene Defines a Novel Class of KNOX Transcriptional Regulators Missing the Homeodomain. The Plant Cell. 9:875-887.
The art and design of genetic screens: maize Reprint Icon -
Candela Anton, H., Hake, S.C. 2008. The art and design of genetic screens: maize. Nature Reviews Genetics. 9:192-203.
The maize tasselseed4 microRNA controls sex determination and meristem cell fate by targeting Tasselseed6/indeterminate spikelet1 Reprint Icon -
Chuck, G.S., Meely, R., Irish, E., Sakai, H., Hake, S.C. 2007. The maize tasselseed4 microRNA controls sex determination and meristem cell fate by targeting Tasselseed6/indeterminate spikelet1. Nature Genetics. 39(12):1517-1521.
Barren inflorescence2 Encodes a Co-ortholog of the PINOID Serine/threonine Kinase and Is Required for Organogenesis during Inflorescence and Vegetative Development in Maize Reprint Icon -
Mcsteen, P., Malcomber, S., Skirpan, A., Lunde, C., Wu, X., Kellogg, E., Hake, S.C. 2007. Barren inflorescence2 Encodes a Co-ortholog of the PINOID Serine/threonine Kinase and Is Required for Organogenesis during Inflorescence and Vegetative Development in Maize. Plant Physiology Plant Physiology. 144 (10.1104): 107.098558.
The heterochronic maize mutant Corngrass1 results from overexpression of a tandem microRNA Reprint Icon -
Chuck, G.S., Cigan, A., Saeteurn, K., Hake, S.C. 2007. The heterochronic maize mutant Corngrass1 results from overexpression of a tandem microRNA. Nature Genetics. 39(4):544-549.
The heterochronic maize mutant Corngrass1 results from overexpression of a tandem microRNA Reprint Icon -
Chuck, G.S., Cigan, M.A., Saetrun, K., Hake, S.C. 2007. The heterochronic maize mutant Corngrass1 results from overexpression of a tandem microRNA. Nature Genetics. 39(4)544-549.
Flowering and Determinacy in Maize Reprint Icon -
Bortiri, E., Hake, S.C. 2007. Flowering and Determinacy in Maize. Journal of Experimental Biology Online. Vol 3, 58(5):909-16. Epub 2007 Mar 3.
From gateway to multisite gateway in one recombination event Reprint Icon -
Magnani, E., Bartling, L., Hake, S.C. 2006. From gateway to multisite gateway in one recombination event. BMC Microbiology. 7(1):46.
ADVANCES IN MAIZE GENOMICS: THE EMERGENCE OF POSITIONAL CLONING -
Bortiri, E., Jackson, D., Hake, S.C. 2006. Advances in maize genomics: the emergence of positional cloning. Current Opinion in Plant Biology. 9(2):164-171.
RAMOSA2 ENCODES A LATERAL ORGAN BOUNDARY DOMAIN PROTEIN THAT DETERMINES THE FATE OF STEM CELLS IN BRANCH MERISTEMS OF MAIZE -
Bortiri, E., Chuck, G.S., Vollbrecht, E., Rocheford, T., Martienssen, R., Hake, S.C. 2006. ramosa2 Encodes a LATERAL ORGAN BOUNDARY Domain Protein That Determines the Fate of Stem Cells in Branch Meristems of Maize. The Plant Cell. 18:574-585.
FLORETS AND ROSETTES: MERISTEM GENES IN MAIZE AND ARABIDOPSIS -
Lunde, C., Hake, S.C. 2005. Florets and Rosettes: Meristem Genes in Maize and Arabidopsis. Maydica. 50:451-458.
FERTILITY VERSUS DISEASE RESISTANCE, A HARD CHOICE -
Bart, R., Ronald, P., Hake, S.C. 2006. Fertility versus disease resistance, a hard choice. Genes and Development. 20:1215-1217.
SHOOT MERISTEM SIZE IS DEPENDENT ON INBRED BACKGROUND AND PRESENCE OF THE MAIZE HOMEOBOX GENE, KNOTTED1 -
Hake, S.C., Vollbrecht, E., Reiser, L. 2000. Shoot meristem size is dependent on inbred background and presence of the maize homeobox gene, knotted1. Development, 127:3161-3172.
THICK TASSEL DWARF1 ENCODES A PUTATIVE MAIZE ORTHOLOG OF THE ARABIDOPSIS CLAVATA1 LEUCINE-RICH REPEAT RECEPTOR-LIKE KINASE -
Bommert, P., Lunde, C., Nardmann, J., Vollbrecht, E., Running, M., Jackson, D., Hake, S.C., Werr, W. 2005. Thick tassel dwarf1 encodes a putative maize ortholog of the Arabidopsis CLAVATAL1 leucine-rich repeat receptor-like kinase. Development. 132:1235-1245.
REGULATION OF DEVELOPMENTAL TRANSITIONS -
Chuck, G.S., Hake, S.C. 2004. Regulation of developmental transitions. Current Opinion in Plant Biology, 8(1):67-70.
PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY -
Wilt, F.H., Hake, S.C. 2004. Principles of Developmental Biology. Complete Book. New York, NY. W.W. Norton & Company, Inc. ISBN 0-393-97430-8, 450 p.
FROM ENDONUCLEASES TO TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS: EVOLUTION OF THE AP2 DNA BINDING DOMAIN IN PLANTS -
Magnani, E., Sjolander, K., Hake, S.C. 2004. From Endonucleases to Transcription Factors: Evolution of the AP2 DNA Binding Domain in Plants. The Plant Cell 16:2265-2277
THE ROLE OF KNOX GENES IN PLANT DEVELOPMENT -
Hake, S.C., Smith, H.M., Holtan, H., Magnani, E., Mele, G., Ramirez, J. 2004. The Role of KNOX Genes in Plant Development. Annual Reviews of Cell and Developmental Biology, 20:125-151.
THE ESTABLISHMENT OF AXIAL PATTERNING IN THE MAIZE LEAF -
Foster, T., Hay, A., Hake, S.C. 2004. The establishment of axial patterning in the maize leaf. Development, 131:3921-3929.
COMPETENCE TO RESPOND TO FLORAL INDUCTIVE SIGNALS REQUIRES THE HOMEOBOX GENES PENNYWISE AND POUND-FOOLISH -
Smith, H.M., Campbell, B.C., Hake, S.C. 2004. Competence to Respond to Floral Inductive Signals Requires the Homebox Genes PENNYWISE and POUND-FOOLISH. Current Biology 14(9):812-817.
THE DOMINANT MUTANT WAVY AURICLE IN BLADE1 DISRUPTS PATTERNING IN A LATERAL DOMAIN OF THE MAIZE LEAF -
Hay, A., Hake, S.C. 2004. The Dominant Mutant Wavy auricle in blade1 Disrupts Patterning in a Lateral Domain of the Maize Leaf. Plant Physiology 135:300-308.
THE MAIZE ID1 FLOWERING TIME REGULATOR IS A ZINC FINGER PROTEIN WITH NOVEL DNA BINDING PROPERTIES -
Kozaki, A., Hake, S.C., Colasanti, J. 2004. The maize ID1 flowering time regulator is a zinc finger protein with novel DNA binding properties. Nucleic Acids Research, 12;32(5):1710-20.
EXPLOITING QUANTITATIVE TRAIT LOCI IN GENE DISCOVERY -
Hake, S.C., Rocheford, T. 2004. Exploiting quantitative trait loci in gene discovery. Genes and Development. 18:597-601.
FRONTIERS IN PLANT GENETICS -
Hake, S.C. 2003. Frontiers in plant genetics. Genome Biology, 5:302.
MICRORNAS: A ROLE IN PLANT DEVELOPMENT -
HAKE, S.C. MICRORNAS: A ROLE IN PLANT DEVELOPMENT. CURRENT BIOLOGY. 2003. v. 13:21, R851-R852.
QUANTITATIVE TRAIT LOCUS ANALYSIS OF LEAF DISSECTION IN TOMATO USING LYCOPERSICON PENNELLII SEGMENTAL INTROGRESSION LINES -
Holtan, H.E., Hake, S.C. 2003. Quantitative Trait Locus Analysis of Leaf Dissection in Tomato Using Lycopersicon Pennellii Segmental Introgression Lines. Genetics 165:1541-1550.
THE KNOTTED1-LIKE HOMEOBOX GENE BREVIPEDICELLUS REGULATES CELL DIFFERENTIATION BY MODULATING METABOLIC PATHWAYS -
MELE, G., ORI, N., SATO, Y., HAKE, S.C. 2003. The knotted1-like homeobox gene BREVIPEDICELLUS regulates cell differentiation by modulating metabolic pathways. 2003. GENES & DEVELOPMENT 17:2088-2093.
THE INTERACTION OF TWO HOMEOBOX GENES, BREVIPEDICELLUS AND PENNYWISE, REGULATES INTERNODE PATTERNING IN THE ARABIDOPSIS INFLORESCENCE -
Smith, H.M., Hake, S.C. The Interaction of Two Homeobox Genex, BREVIPEDICELLUS and PENNYWISE, Regulates Internode Patterning in the Arabidopsis Inflorescence. The Pant Cell. 2003. 15:1717-27.
ANALYSIS OF THE COMPETENCE TO RESPOND TO KNOTTED1 ACTIVITY IN ARABIDOPSIS LEAVES USING A STERIOID INDUCTION SYSTEM -
HAY, A., DAVID, J., ORI, N., HAKE, S.C. 2003. Analysis of the Competence to Respond to KNOTTED1 Activity in Arabidopsis Leaves Using a Sterioid Induction System. Plant Physiology 131:1671-1680.
EXPRESSION PROFILING OF PLANT DEVELOPMENT -
MELE, G., HAKE, S.C. EXPRESSION PROFILING OF PLANT DEVELOPMENT. GENOME BIOLOGY. 2003. 4:215.
THE DEVELOPMENT OF PLANT LEAVES -
MICOL, J., HAKE, S.C. THE DEVELOPMENT OF PLANT LEAVES. PLANT PHYSIOLOGY. 2003. 131:389-394.
EXPRESSION PATTERNS AND MUTANT PHENOTYPE OF TEOSINTE BRANCHED1 CORRELATE WITH GROWTH SUPPRESSION IN MAIZE AND TEOSINTE -
HUBBARD, L., MCSTEEN, P.C., DOEBLEY, J., HAKE, S.C. EXPRESSION PATTERNS AND MUTANT PHENOTYPE OF TEOSINTE BRANCHED1 CORRELATE WITH GROWTH SUPPRESSION IN MAIZE AND TEOSINTE. GENETICS. 2002. 162:1927-1935.
THE CONTROL OF SPIKELET IDENTITY BY THE BRANCHED SILKLESS1 GENE IN MAIZE -
CHUCK, G.S., MUSZYNSKI, M., KELLOGG, E., HAKE, S.C., SCHMIDT, R.J. THE CONTROL OF SPIKELET IDENTITY BY THE BRANCHED SILKLESS1 GENE IN MAIZE. SCIENCE. 2003. 298*5596):1238-41.
THE GIBBERELLIN PATHWAY MEDIATES KNOTTED1-TYPE HOMEOBOX FUNCTION IN PLANTS WITH DIFFERENT BODY PLANS -
HAY, A., KAUR, H., PHILLIPS, A., HEDDEN, P., HAKE, S.C., TSIANTIS, M. THE GIBBERELLIN PATHWAY MEDIATES KNOTTED1-TYPE HOMEOBOX FUNCTION IN PLANTS WITH DIFFERENT BODY PLANS. CURRENT BIOLOGY. 2002. 12:18:1557-1565.
PLANT DEVELOPMENT MAKES STRIDES IN VERMONT -
FLETCHER, J.C., HAKE, S.C. PLANT DEVELOPMENT MAKES STRIDES IN VERMONT. DEVELOPMENTAL CELL 3:479-485, October 2002.
SELECTIVE INTERACTION OF PLANT HOMEODOMAIN PROTEINS MEDIATES HIGH DNA-BINDING AFFINITY -
Smith, H.M., Boschke, I., Hake, S.C. 2002. Selective interaction of plant homeodomain proteins mediates high DNA-binding affinity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 99(14):9579-9584.
PLANT MORPHOGENESIS AND KNOX GENES -
Hake, S.C., Ori, N. 2002. Plant morphogenesis and KNOX genes. Nature Genetics, 31(2):121-122.
BIODIVERSITY (COMMUNICATIONS ARISING): MAIZE TRANSGENE RESULTS IN MEXICO ARE ARTEFACTS -
Kaplinsky, N., Braun, D., Lisch, D., Hay, A., Hake, S.C., Freeking, M. 2002. Biodiversity (communications arising): maize transgene results in Mexico are artefacts. Nature 416:601-602.
THE INDETERMINATE FLORAL APEX1 GENE REGULATES MERISTEM DETERMINACY AND IDENTITY IN THE MAIZE INFLORESCENCE -
Laudencia-Chingcuanc, D., Hake, S.C. 2002. The indeterminate floral apex1 gene regulates meristem determinacy and identity in the maize inflorescence. Development 129:2629-2638.
THE FASCIATED EAR2 GENE ENCODES A LEUCINE-RICH REPEAT RECEPTOR-LIKE PROTEIN THAT REGULATES SHOOT MERISTEM PROLIFERATION IN MAIZE -
Taguchi-Shiobara, F., Hake, S.C., Jackson, D. 2001. The fasciated ear2 gene encodes a leucine-rich repeat receptor-like protein that regulates shoot meristem proliferation in maize. Genes and Development, 15(2):2755-2766.
BARREN INFLORESCENCE2 REGULATES AXILLARY MERISTEM DEVELOPMENT IN THE MAIZE INFLORESCENCE -
Mcsteen, P.C., Hake, S.C. 2001. Barren inflorescence2 regulates axillary meristem development in the maize inflorescence. Development 128:2881-2891.
TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS ON THE MOVE -
Hake, S.C. 2001. Transcription factors on the move. Trends in Genetics, 17(1):2-3.
THE ROLE OF FLORAL MERISTEMS IN PATTERNING -
Running, M., Hake, S.C. 2001. The role of floral meristems in patterning. Current Opinion in Plant Biology, 4(1):69-74.
MECHANISMS THAT CONTROL KNOX GENE EXPRESSION IN THE ARABIDOPSIS SHOOT -
Hake, S.C., Ori, N., Eshed, Y., Chuck, G., Bowman, C.G. 2000. Mechanisms that control knox gene expression in the Arabidopsis shoot. Development, 127(24):5523-5532.
MOBILE PROTEIN SIGNALS CELL FATE -
Hake, S.C. 2001. Mobile protein signals cell fate. Nature 413:261-264.
KNOTS IN THE FAMILY TREE: EVOLUTIONARY RELATIONSHIPS AND FUNCTIONS OF KNOX HOMEOBOX GENES -
Hake, S.C., Reiser, L., Sanchez-Baracaldo, P. 2000. Knots in the family tree: evolutionary relationships and functions of knox homeobox genes. Plant Molecular Biology 42(1):151-166.
GNARLEY1 IS A DOMINANT MUTATION IN THE KNOX4 HOMEOBOX GENE AFFECTING CELL SHAPE AND IDENTITY -
Hake, S.C., Foster, T., Yamaguchi, J., Wong, B.C., Veit, B. 1999. Gnarley1 is a dominant mutation in the knox4 homeobox gene affecting cell shape and identity. The Plant Cell, 11:1239-1252.
LEAF SENESCENCE IS DELAYED IN TOBACCO PLANTS EXPRESSING THE MAIZE HOMEOBOX GENE KNOTTED1 UNDER THE CONTROL OF A SENESCENCE-ACTIVATED PROMOTER -
Hake, S.C., Banowetz, G.M., Ori, N., Juarez, M.T., Jackson, D., Yamaguchi, J. 1999. Leaf senescence is delayed in tobacco plants expressing the maize homeobox gene knotted1 under the control of a senescence-activated promoter. The Plant Cell, 11:1073-1080.
CONTROL PHYLLOTAXY IN MAIZE BY THE ABPHYL1 GENE -
Hake, S.C., Jackson, D. 1998. Control phyllotaxy in maize by the abphyl1 gene. Development, 126:315-323.
MOSAIC ANALYSIS OF THE DOMINANT MUTANT, GNARLEY1-R, REVEALS DISTINCT LATERAL AND TRANSVERSE SIGNALING PATHWAYS DURING MAIZE LEAF DEVELOPMENT -
Hake, S.C., Foster, T., Veit, B. 1998. Mosaic analysis of the dominant mutant, Gnarley1-R, reveals distinct lateral and transverse signaling pathways during maize leaf development. Development, 126(2) 305-313.
REGULATION OF LEAF INITIATION BY THE TERMINAL EAR 1 GENE OF MAIZE -
THE CONTROL OF MAIZE SPIKELET MERISTEM FATE BY THE APETALA2-LIKE GENE INDETERMINATE SPIKELET1 -
Chuck, G., Meeley, R.B., Hake, S.C. 1998. The control of maize spikelet meristem fate by the APETALA2-like gene indeterminate spikelet1. Genes and Development 12(8):1145-1154.
GENETIC CONTROL OF PLANT DEVELOPMENT GENETIC CONTROL OF PLANT DEVELOPMENT GENETIC CONTROL OF PLANT DEVELOPMENT -
MU ELEMENT-GENERATED GENE CONVERSIONS IN MAIZE ATTENUATE THE DOMINANT KNOTTED PHENOTYPE -
Mathern, J., Hake, S.C. 1997. Mu element-generated gene conversions in maize attenuate the dominant knotted phenotype. Genetics 147(1):305-14.
ECTOPIC EXPRESSION OF THE MAIZE KN1 GENE PHENOCOPIES THE HOODED MUTANT OF BARLEY -
Williams-Carter, R.E., Lie, Y.S., Hake, S.C., Lemaux, P.G. 1997. Ectopic expression of the maize kn1 gene phenocopies the Hooded mutant of barley. Development 124:3737-3745.
MORPHOGENESIS ON THE MOVE: CELL-TO-CELL TRAFFICKING OF PLANT REGULATORY PROTEINS -
Jackson, D., Hake, S.C. 1997. Morphogenesis on the move: cell-to-cell trafficking of plant regulatory proteins. Current Opinion in Genetics and Development 7(4) 495-500.
LOSS-OF-FUNCTION MUTATIONS IN THE MAIZE HOMEOBOX GENE, KNOTTED1, ARE DEFECTIVE IN SHOOT MERISTEM MAINTENANCE -
Kerstetter, R.A., Laudencia-Chigcuangc, D., Hake, S.C. 1997. Loss-of-function mutations in the maize homeobox gene, knotted1, are defective in shoot meristem maintenance. Development 124:3045-3054.
LOSS OF FUNCTION MUTATIONS IN THE MAIZE HOMEOBOX GENE, KNOTTED1, ARE DEFECTIVE IN SHOOT MERISTEMS -
ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF TWO KNOTTED-LIKE HOMEOBOX GENES FROM TOMATO -
MU ELEMENT-GENERATED GENE CONVERSIONS IN MAIZE ATTENUATE THE DOMINANT KNOTTED PHENOTYPE -
SHOOT MERISTEM FORMATION IN VEGETATIVE DEVELOPMENT -
KNAT1 INDUCES LOBED LEAVES WITH ECTOPIC MERISTEMS WHEN OVEREXPRESSED IN ARABIDOPSIS -
CELL-CELL INTERACTIONS DURING PLANT DEVELOPMENT -
SHOOTMERISTEMLESS TIES THE KNOT -
Hake, S.C. 1996. Shootmeristemless ties the knot. Trends in Plant Science 1(3):75-76.
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