Professor Jane Langdale, CBE FRS: List of publications

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Maize GOLDEN2-LIKE genes enhance biomass and grain yields in rice by improving photosynthesis and reducing photoinhibition.

A modular steroid-inducible gene expression system for use in rice.

Redundant SCARECROW genes pattern distinct cell layers in roots and leaves of maize.

LEAFY maintains apical stem cell activity during shoot development in the fern Ceratopteris richardii.

Understanding the Genetic Basis of C4 Kranz Anatomy with a View to Engineering C3 Crops.

The Chara Genome: Secondary Complexity and Implications for Plant Terrestrialization.

Anatomy and ultrastructure of embryonic leaves of the C4 species Setaria viridis.

Somatic hybridization provides segregating populations for the identification of causative mutations in sterile mutants of the moss Physcomitrella patens

Genetic regulation of the 2D to 3D growth transition in the moss Physcomitrella patens

SHORTROOT-Mediated Increase in Stomatal Density Has No Impact on Photosynthetic Efficiency.

Re-creation of a Key Step in the Evolutionary Switch from C3 to C4 Leaf Anatomy.

Non-reciprocal complementation of KNOX gene function in land plants

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Candidate regulators of early leaf development in maize perturb hormone signalling and secondary cell wall formation when constitutively expressed in rice

Finding the genes to build C4 rice.

Standards for plant synthetic biology: a common syntax for exchange of DNA parts.

Two forward genetic screens for vein density mutants in sorghum converge on a cytochrome P450 gene in the brassinosteroid pathway.

Protocol: Genetic transformation of the fern Ceratopteris richardii through microparticle bombardment

Establishment of Anthoceros agrestis as a model species for studying the biology of hornworts.

Ferns: the missing link in shoot evolution and development.

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

Laser capture microdissection in Ectocarpus siliculosus: the pathway to cell-specific transcriptomics in brown algae.

Evolution and development: PINpointing the origins of auxin transport mechanisms.

The impact of widespread regulatory neofunctionalization on homeolog gene evolution following whole-genome duplication in maize.

Cracking the Kranz enigma with systems biology.

High-efficiency stable transformation of the model fern species Ceratopteris richardii via microparticle bombardment.

Horizontal transfer of an adaptive chimeric photoreceptor from bryophytes to ferns.

Between two fern genomes.

Genome-wide transcript analysis of early maize leaf development reveals gene cohorts associated with the differentiation of C4 Kranz anatomy.

Genome-wide transcript analysis of early maize leaf development reveals gene cohorts associated with the differentiation of C4 Kranz anatomy

The corona of the daffodil Narcissus bulbocodium shares stamen-like identity and is distinct from the orthodox floral whorls

The corona of the daffodil Narcissus bulbocodium shares stamen-like identity and is distinct from the orthodox floral whorls.

Conserved transport mechanisms but distinct auxin responses govern shoot patterning in Selaginella kraussiana

Conserved transport mechanisms but distinct auxin responses govern shoot patterning in Selaginella kraussiana.

Evolution of GOLDEN2-LIKE gene function in C(3) and C (4) plants.

Individual maize chromosomes in the C3 plant oat can increase bundle sheath cell size and vein density

The evolution of land plant cilia

The evolution of land plant cilia.

Conservation of ciliary proteins in plants with no cilia.

How to Succeed as a Scientist From Postdoc to Professor

C4 cycles: past, present, and future research on C4 photosynthesis.

Sector analysis and predictive modelling reveal iterative shoot-like development in fern fronds.

Comment: The developmental pattern of shoot apices in Selaginella kraussiana (Kunze) A. Braun

Reconstructing the evolutionary history of the centriole from protein components.

The making of a chloroplast.

The filifolium1 mutation perturbs shoot architecture in Zea mays (Poaceae).

GLK transcription factors coordinate expression of the photosynthetic apparatus in Arabidopsis.

Local cues and asymmetric cell divisions underpin body plan transitions in the moss Physcomitrella patens.

Specialization of the Golden2-like regulatory pathway during land plant evolution.

GLK transcription factors regulate chloroplast development in a cell-autonomous manner.

Evolution of developmental mechanisms in plants.

Using C4 photosynthesis to increase the yield of rice-rationale and feasibility.

Nuclear regulation of chloroplast development in C4 and C3 plants

Developmental transitions during the evolution of plant form

Growth from two transient apical initials in the meristem of Selaginella kraussiana.

A step by step guide to phylogeny reconstruction.

The role of KNOX genes in the evolution of morphological novelty in streptocarpus

The then and now of maize leaf development

A conserved transcription factor mediates nuclear control of organelle biogenesis in anciently diverged land plants.

CORKSCREW1 defines a novel mechanism of domain specification in the maize shoot.

The role of Golden2-like genes in chloroplast biogenesis

Independent recruitment of a conserved developmental mechanism during leaf evolution.

New insights into plant development in New England.

GLK gene pairs regulate chloroplast development in diverse plant species.

Four mutant alleles elucidate the role of the G2 protein in the development of C(4) and C(3) photosynthesizing maize tissues.

Plastids undifferentiated, a nuclear mutation that disrupts plastid differentiation in Zea mays L.

The maize golden2 gene defines a novel class of transcriptional regulators in plants.

Of myths and meristems

Disruption of auxin transport is associated with aberrant leaf development in maize

BUNDLE SHEATH DEFECTIVE2, a novel protein required for post-translational regulation of the rbcL gene of maize.

The maize rough sheath2 gene and leaf development programs in monocot and dicot plants.

Interactions between tassel seed genes and other sex determining genes in maize (vol 15, pg 155, 1999)

Jumping genes and maize genomics

Cellular differentiation in the leaf.

A functional calvin cycle is not indispensable for the light activation of C4 phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase kinase and its target enzyme in the maize mutant bundle sheath defective2-mutable1

The rough sheath2 gene negatively regulates homeobox gene expression during maize leaf development.

GOLDEN 2: a novel transcriptional regulator of cellular differentiation in the maize leaf.

Transcripts of maize RbcS genes accumulate differentially in C3 and C4 tissues.

The formation of leaves.

Cellular differentiation in the maize leaf is disrupted by bundle sheath defective mutations.

Signals in Leaf Development

Studies on a maize rubisco null mutant and the C-4 phospho enol pyruvate carboxylase (PEPC) light-signal transduction chain.

bundle sheath defective2, a Mutation That Disrupts the Coordinated Development of Bundle Sheath and Mesophyll Cells in the Maize Leaf.

Molecular genetics of cellular differentiation in leaves

CONTROL OF CELLULAR-DIFFERENTIATION IN MAIZE LEAVES

BSD1 GENE-ACTION IN MAIZE LEAF DEVELOPMENT

CELLULAR-DIFFERENTIATION IN THE MAIZE LEAF

Plant morphogenesis. More knots untied.

Bundle sheath defective, a mutation that disrupts cellular differentiation in maize leaves

ACTION OF THE TUNICATE LOCUS ON MAIZE FLORAL DEVELOPMENT

INTERACTIONS BETWEEN TASSEL SEED GENES AND OTHER SEX-DETERMINING GENES IN MAIZE

CHARACTERIZATION OF A MUTATION (BSD1) THAT DISRUPTS CELLULAR-DIFFERENTIATION IN MAIZE LEAVES

Developmental genetics of C4 photosynthesis

Spatial regulation of photosynthetic development in C4 plants.

Cell-specific accumulation of maize phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase is correlated with demethylation at a specific site greater than 3 kb upstream of the gene.

Expression of a maize cell wall hydroxyproline-rich glycoprotein gene in early leaf and root vascular differentiation.

Cell lineage analysis of maize bundle sheath and mesophyll cells.

Patterns of leaf development in C4 plants.

Cell position and light influence C4 versus C3 patterns of photosynthetic gene expression in maize.

Cellular pattern of photosynthetic gene expression in developing maize leaves.

The argentia mutation delays normal development of photosynthetic cell-types in Zea mays.

SANDWICH HYBRIDIZATION USING IMMOBILIZED DNA

DNA probes in human disease.

PHOTOSYNTHETIC DEVELOPMENT IN NORMAL AND ARGENTIA LEAVES OF ZEA-MAYS

A rapid method of gene detection using DNA bound to Sephacryl.

MAGNETIC DNA