Professor Liam Dolan, FRS: List of publications

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MpFEW RHIZOIDS1 miRNA-Mediated Lateral Inhibition Controls Rhizoid Cell Patterning in Marchantia polymorpha.

Multiple origins of dichotomous and lateral branching during root evolution

Multiple metabolic innovations and losses are associated with major transitions in land plant evolution

Plant Evolution: An Ancient Mechanism Protects Plants and Algae from Heat Stress.

An Evolutionarily Conserved Receptor-like Kinases Signaling Module Controls Cell Wall Integrity During Tip Growth.

A conserved regulatory mechanism mediates the convergent evolution of plant shoot lateral organs.

An Evolutionarily Conserved Receptor-like Kinases Signaling Module Controls Cell Wall Integrity During Tip Growth.

Evolution: diversification of angiosperm rooting systems in the early cretaceous

Neofunctionalisation of basic helix-loop-helix proteins occurred when embryophytes colonised the land.

Author Correction: PtdIns(3,5)P2 mediates root hair shank hardening in Arabidopsis.

Rhynie chert fossils demonstrate the independent origin and gradual evolution of lycophyte roots.

Evolutionary and Functional Analysis of a Chara Plasma Membrane H+-ATPase.

Identification of vacuolar phosphate efflux transporters in land plants.

PtdIns(3,5)P2 mediates root hair shank hardening in Arabidopsis.

Negative regulation of conserved RSL class I bHLH transcription factors evolved independently among land plants.

Stepwise and independent origins of roots among land plants

The Chara Genome: secondary complexity and implications for plant terrestrialization

The New Phytologist Tansley Medal 2017.

Author Correction: A mechanistic framework for auxin dependent Arabidopsis root hair elongation to low external phosphate.

A mechanistic framework for auxin dependent Arabidopsis root hair elongation to low external phosphate.

Do longer root hairs improve phosphorus uptake? Testing the hypothesis with transgenic Brachypodium distachyon lines overexpressing endogenous RSL genes.

Dedication: Nigel Trewin (1944-2017).

History and contemporary significance of the Rhynie cherts-our earliest preserved terrestrial ecosystem.

Bilaterally symmetric axes with rhizoids composed the rooting structure of the common ancestor of vascular plants.

Insights into Land Plant Evolution Garnered from the Marchantia polymorpha Genome.

The Mechanism Forming the Cell Surface of Tip-Growing Rooting Cells Is Conserved among Land Plants.

Root hair development in grasses and cereals (Poaceae).

The evolution of lycopsid rooting structures: conservatism and disparity.

MpWIP regulates air pore complex development in the liverwort Marchantia polymorpha.

The New Phytologist Tansley Medal 2016.

Functional PTB phosphate transporters are present in streptophyte algae and early diverging land plants.

RSL class I genes positively regulate root hair development in Oryza sativa.

Growth regulation in tip-growing cells that develop on the epidermis.

ROOT HAIR DEFECTIVE SIX-LIKE4 (RSL4) promotes root hair elongation by transcriptionally regulating the expression of genes required for cell growth.

The mechanism forming the cell surface of tip-growing rooting cells is conserved among land plants

The stepwise increase in the number of transcription factor families in the Precambrian predated the diversification of plants on land

ROOT HAIR DEFECTIVE SIX-LIKE Class I Genes Promote Root Hair Development in the Grass Brachypodium distachyon.

Mapping of quantitative trait loci for root hair length in wheat identifies loci that co-locate with loci for yield components.

Diversification of a Transcription Factor Family Led to the Evolution of Antagonistically Acting Genetic Regulators of Root Hair Growth.

Unique cellular organization in the oldest root meristem

Networks of highly branched stigmarian rootlets developed on the first giant trees

The New Phytologist Tansley Medal 2015.

Q & A: Liam Dolan.

A Transcriptome Atlas of Physcomitrella patens Provides Insights into the Evolution and Development of Land Plants.

The Naming of Names: Guidelines for Gene Nomenclature in Marchantia.

RSL Class I Genes Controlled the Development of Epidermal Structures in the Common Ancestor of Land Plants.

Intensity of a pulse of RSL4 transcription factor synthesis determines Arabidopsis root hair cell size.

Conserved regulatory mechanism controls the development of cells with rooting functions in land plants.

Introducing Tansley insights - short and timely, focussed reviews within the plant sciences.

The New Phytologist Tansley Medal 2014.

Asiatic cotton can generate similar economic benefits to Bt cotton under rainfed conditions.

Identification of reference genes for real-time quantitative PCR experiments in the liverwort Marchantia polymorpha.

Symmetric development: transcriptional regulation of symmetry transition in plants.

Transcriptional profiling of Arabidopsis root hairs and pollen defines an apical cell growth signature.

The New Phytologist Tansley Medals 2013.

Agriculture. Sustainable intensification in agriculture: premises and policies.

Recruitment and remodeling of an ancient gene regulatory network during land plant evolution.

Pointing PINs in the right directions: A potassium transporter is required for the polar localization of auxin efflux carriers

The New Phytologist Tansley Medal 2012.

Endodermal cell-cell contact is required for the spatial control of Casparian band development in Arabidopsis thaliana

The evolution of root hairs and rhizoids.

The New Phytologist Tansley Medal 2011.

Morphological evolution in land plants: new designs with old genes.

First plants cooled the Ordovician

First plants cooled the Ordovician

Root hair development involves asymmetric cell division in Brachypodium distachyon and symmetric division in Oryza sativa.

Auxin promotes the transition from chloronema to caulonema in moss protonema by positively regulating PpRSL1and PpRSL2 in Physcomitrella patens

Auxin promotes the transition from chloronema to caulonema in moss protonema by positively regulating PpRSL1and PpRSL2 in Physcomitrella patens.

Root hairs: Development, growth and evolution at the plant-soil interface

RSL genes are sufficient for rhizoid system development in early diverging land plants.

Physical activity is independently associated with multiple measures of arterial stiffness in adolescents and young adults

Root hair development involves asymmetric cell division in Brachypodium distachyon and symmetric division in Oryza sativa

Early evolution of bHLH proteins in plants.

SCHIZORIZA controls tissue system complexity in plants.

Origin and diversification of basic-helix-loop-helix proteins in plants.

A basic helix-loop-helix transcription factor controls cell growth and size in root hairs.

Root Epidermal Development inArabidopsis

Identification of the Arabidopsis dry2/sqe1-5 mutant reveals a central role for sterols in drought tolerance and regulation of reactive oxygen species

Meristems: the root of stem cell regulation.

Body building on land: morphological evolution of land plants.

In situ analysis of gene expression in plants.

Chromatin and Arabidopsis root development.

A mutual support mechanism through intercellular movement of CAPRICE and GLABRA3 can pattern the Arabidopsis root epidermis

Plant evolution: TALES of development.

NADPH oxidase involvement in cellular integrity

Local positive feedback regulation determines cell shape in root hair cells.

Proximal-distal patterns of transcription factor gene expression during Arabidopsis root development.

Ethylene modulates stem cell division in the Arabidopsis thaliana root.

An ancient mechanism controls the development of cells with a rooting function in land plants.

Plant science. SCARECROWs at the border.

OsCSLD1, a cellulose synthase-like D1 gene, is required for root hair morphogenesis in rice

Both chloronemal and caulonemal cells expand by tip growth in the moss Physcomitrella patens.

Oxylipins produced by the 9-lipoxygenase pathway in Arabidopsis regulate lateral root development and defense responses through a specific signaling cascade

A distant coilin homologue is required for the formation of cajal bodies in Arabidopsis.

Control of plant development by reactive oxygen species.

The role of reactive oxygen species in cell growth: Lessons from root hairs

Positional information and mobile transcriptional regulators determine cell pattern in the Arabidopsis root epidermis.

A RhoGDP dissociation inhibitor spatially regulates growth in root hair cells.

Systematic spatial analysis of gene expression during wheat caryopsis development

A streamlined method for systematic, high resolution in situ analysis of mRNA distribution in plants.

Three-dimensional modelling of wheat endosperm development.

Potassium transporter TRH1 is required for epidermis development and auxin transport in Arabidopsis roots

Potassium transporters shape the plant. How and why?

Growth and development: Fossils, phenotype and form

Morphometric analysis of root shape

New insights into plant development in New England.

Potassium carrier TRH1 is required for auxin transport in Arabidopsis roots

Cell expansion in roots.

Epidermal patterning genes are active during embryogenesis in Arabidopsis.

Reactive oxygen species produced by NADPH oxidase regulate plant cell growth.

AKT1 and TRH1 are required during root hair elongation in Arabidopsis.

The development of cell pattern in the Arabidopsis root epidermis

Galactose biosynthesis in Arabidopsis: genetic evidence for substrate channeling from UDP-D-galactose into cell wall polymers.

SCHIZORIZA controls an asymmetric cell division and restricts epidermal identity in the Arabidopsis root.

Building a hair: tip growth in Arabidopsis thaliana root hairs.

Cell specification in the Arabidopsis root epidermis requires the activity of ECTOPIC ROOT HAIR 3--a katanin-p60 protein.

How and where to build a root hair.

Root patterning: SHORT ROOT on the move.

Plant development: the benefits of a change of scene.

Evolution and genetics of root hair stripes in the root epidermis.

Cell biology and genetics of root hair formation in Arabidopsis thaliana.

KOJAK encodes a cellulose synthase-like protein required for root hair cell morphogenesis in Arabidopsis.

Root hairs as a model system for studying plant cell growth

The role of ethylene in root hair growth in Arabidopsis

TRH1 encodes a potassium transporter required for tip growth in Arabidopsis root hairs

Genetic interactions during root hair morphogenesis in Arabidopsis

Tornado1 and tornado2 are required for the specification of radial and circumferential pattern in the Arabidopsis root

Development of the root pole and cell patterning in Arabidopsis roots.

Clonal analysis of the Arabidopsis root confirms that position, not lineage, determines cell fate.

The nucleus: a highly organized but dynamic structure.

Differential ethylene sensitivity of epidermal cells is involved in the establishment of cell pattern in the Arabidopsis root.

The movement of coiled bodies visualized in living plant cells by the green fluorescent protein.

Meloidogyne incognita surface antigen epitopes in infected Arabidopsis roots

Signalling in cell type specification.

Coiled body numbers in the Arabidopsis root epidermis are regulated by cell type, developmental stage and cell cycle parameters.

Pointing roots in the right direction: the role of auxin transport in response to gravity.

The ROOT HAIRLESS 1 gene encodes a nuclear protein required for root hair initiation in Arabidopsis.

Positional information in root epidermis is defined during embryogenesis and acts in domains with strict boundaries.

Root pattern: shooting in the dark?

Control of cell division in the root epidermis of Arabidopsis thaliana.

Stomata patterning on the hypocotyl of Arabidopsis thaliana is controlled by genes involved in the control of root epidermis patterning.

A model system to study the effects of elevated CO2 on the developmental physiology of roots: The use of Arabidopsis thaliana

Cell fate in plants. Lessons from the Arabidopsis root.

Clonal analysis of leaf development in cotton

The Okra leaf shape mutation in cotton is active in all cell layers of the leaf

TIP1 is required for both tip growth and non-tip growth in Arabidopsis

Structural and genetic analysis of epidermal cell differentiation in Arabidopsis primary roots.

Developmental regulation of pectic polysaccharides in the root meristem of Arabidopsis

The role of ethylene in the development of plant form

Plant growth control: A D-type cyclin is only expressed in a sub-set of dividing cells and is regulated by the plant hormone cytokinin.

SCARECROW: Specifying asymmetric cell divisions throughout development

The COW1 locus of Arabidopsis acts after RHD2, and in parallel with RHD3 and TIP1, to determine the shape, rate of elongation, and number of root hairs produced from each site of hair formation

The Arabidopsis Athb-10 (GLABRA2) is an HD-Zip protein required for regulation of root hair development

Pattern in the root epidermis: An interplay of diffusible signals and cellular geometry

Effects of elevated CO2 on cellular mechanisms, growth and development of trees with particular reference to hybrid poplar

Ethylene is a positive regulator of root hair development in Arabidopsis thaliana.

IMMUNOLABELING OF CELL-SURFACES OF ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA ROOTS FOLLOWING INFECTION BY MELOIDOGYNE-INCOGNITA (NEMATODA)

The development of cell pattern in the root epidermis.

An AGP epitope distinguishes a central metaxylem initial from other vascular initials in the Arabidopsis root

Plant development: pulled up by the roots.

GENETIC AND MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF ARABIDOPSIS ROOT EPIDERMAL PATTERN MUTANTS

Secondary thickening in roots of Arabidopsis thaliana: anatomy and cell surface changes

Two ways to skin a plant: The analysis of root and shoot epidermal development in Arabidopsis

Dye-coupling in the root epidermis of Arabidopsis is progressively reduced during development

Clonal relationships and cell patterning in the root epidermis of Arabidopsis

CELLULAR-ORGANIZATION OF THE ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA ROOT

GENETIC-ANALYSIS OF LEAF DEVELOPMENT IN COTTON

IMPORT OF PRECURSOR PROTEINS INTO VICIA-FABA MITOCHONDRIA