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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 66, Number 6, June 2011

Free Content Cortical microtubules optimize cell-wall crystallinity to drive unidirectional growth in Arabidopsis
pp. 915-928(14)
Authors: Fujita, Miki; Himmelspach, Regina; Hocart, Charles H.; Williamson, Richard E.; Mansfield, Shawn D.; Wasteneys, Geoffrey O.

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Free Content A T-DNA mutation in the RNA helicase eIF4A confers a dose-dependent dwarfing phenotype in Brachypodium distachyon
pp. 929-940(12)
Authors: Vain, Philippe; Thole, Vera; Worland, Barbara; Opanowicz, Magdalena; Bush, Max S.; Doonan, John H.

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Free Content Targeted manipulation of leaf form via local growth repression
pp. 941-952(12)
Authors: Malinowski, Robert; Kasprzewska, Ania; Fleming, Andrew J.

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Free Content A critical role of autophagy in plant resistance to necrotrophic fungal pathogens
pp. 953-968(16)
Authors: Lai, Zhibing; Wang, Fei; Zheng, Zuyu; Fan, Baofang; Chen, Zhixiang

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Free Content AtHsp70-15-deficient Arabidopsis plants are characterized by reduced growth, a constitutive cytosolic protein response and enhanced resistance to TuMV
pp. 983-995(13)
Authors: Jungkunz, Isabel; Link, Katrin; Vogel, Florian; Voll, Lars M.; Sonnewald, Sophia; Sonnewald, Uwe

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Free Content Semi-dominant mutations in the CC-NB-LRR-type R gene, NLS1, lead to constitutive activation of defense responses in rice
pp. 996-1007(12)
Authors: Tang, Jiuyou; Zhu, Xudong; Wang, Yiqin; Liu, Linchuan; Xu, Bo; Li, Feng; Fang, Jun; Chu, Chengcai

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Free Content Overlapping and antagonistic activities of BASIC PENTACYSTEINE genes affect a range of developmental processes in Arabidopsis
pp. 1020-1031(12)
Authors: Monfared, Mona M.; Simon, Marissa K.; Meister, Robert J.; Roig-Villanova, Irma; Kooiker, Maarten; Colombo, Lucia; Fletcher, Jennifer C.; Gasser, Charles S.

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Free Content Proteasome-mediated turnover of the transcriptional activator FIT is required for plant iron-deficiency responses
pp. 1044-1052(9)
Authors: Sivitz, Alicia; Grinvalds, Claudia; Barberon, Marie; Curie, Catherine; Vert, Grégory

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Free Content APETALA2/ETHYLENE RESPONSE FACTOR and basic helix–loop–helix tobacco transcription factors cooperatively mediate jasmonate-elicited nicotine biosynthesis
pp. 1053-1065(13)
Authors: De Boer, Kathleen; Tilleman, Sofie; Pauwels, Laurens; Vanden Bossche, Robin; De Sutter, Valerie; Vanderhaeghen, Rudy; Hilson, Pierre; Hamill, John D.; Goossens, Alain

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Free Content CUP-SHAPED COTYLEDON1 transcription factor activates the expression of LSH4 and LSH3, two members of the ALOG gene family, in shoot organ boundary cells
pp. 1066-1077(12)
Authors: Takeda, Seiji; Hanano, Keiko; Kariya, Ayano; Shimizu, Satoko; Zhao, Li; Matsui, Minami; Tasaka, Masao; Aida, Mitsuhiro

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Free Content Farnesol kinase is involved in farnesol metabolism, ABA signaling and flower development in Arabidopsis
pp. 1078-1088(11)
Authors: Fitzpatrick, A. Heather; Bhandari, Jayaram; Crowell, Dring N.

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Free Content In planta quantification of endoreduplication using fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH)
pp. 1089-1099(11)
Authors: Bourdon, Matthieu; Coriton, Olivier; Pirrello, Julien; Cheniclet, Catherine; Brown, Spencer C.; Poujol, Christel; Chevalier, Christian; Renaudin, Jean-Pierre; Frangne, Nathalie

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