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Gwyneth Ingram
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A signaling module controlling the stem cell niche in Arabidopsis root meristems
Y Stahl, RH Wink, GC Ingram, R Simon
Current biology 19 (11), 909-914, 2009
5512009
Conserved molecular components for pollen tube reception and fungal invasion
SA Kessler, H Shimosato-Asano, NF Keinath, SE Wuest, G Ingram, ...
Science 330 (6006), 968-971, 2010
4392010
Receptor-Like Kinase ACR4 Restricts Formative Cell Divisions in the Arabidopsis Root
I De Smet, V Vassileva, B De Rybel, MP Levesque, W Grunewald, ...
science 322 (5901), 594-597, 2008
4282008
Epidermis: the formation and functions of a fundamental plant tissue
M Javelle, V Vernoud, PM Rogowsky, GC Ingram
New Phytologist 189 (1), 17-39, 2011
3122011
Parallels between UNUSUAL FLORAL ORGANS and FIMBRIATA, genes controlling flower development in Arabidopsis and Antirrhinum.
GC Ingram, J Goodrich, MD Wilkinson, R Simon, GW Haughn, ES Coen
The Plant Cell 7 (9), 1501-1510, 1995
2011995
Dual role for fimbriata in regulating floral homeotic genes and cell division in Antirrhinum
GC Ingram, S Doyle, R Carpenter, EA Schultz, R Simon, ES Coen
The EMBO Journal, 1997
1711997
The Arabidopsis ACR4 gene plays a role in cell layer organisation during ovule integument and sepal margin development
ML Gifford, S Dean, GC Ingram
Oxford University Press for The Company of Biologists Limited 130 (18), 4249 …, 2003
1592003
The endosperm-specific ZHOUPI gene of Arabidopsis thaliana regulates endosperm breakdown and embryonic epidermal development
S Yang, N Johnston, E Talideh, S Mitchell, C Jeffree, J Goodrich, ...
Oxford University Press for The Company of Biologists Limited 135 (21), 3501 …, 2008
1462008
ARABIDOPSIS CRINKLY4 Function, Internalization, and Turnover Are Dependent on the Extracellular Crinkly Repeat Domain
ML Gifford, FC Robertson, DC Soares, GC Ingram
The Plant Cell 17 (4), 1154-1166, 2005
1282005
The roles of the cuticle in plant development: organ adhesions and beyond
G Ingram, C Nawrath
Journal of experimental botany 68 (19), 5307-5321, 2017
1132017
Expression patterns of genes encoding HD‐ZipIV homeo domain proteins define specific domains in maize embryos and meristems
GC Ingram, C Boisnard‐Lorig, C Dumas, PM Rogowsky
The Plant Journal 22 (5), 401-414, 2000
1132000
Family life at close quarters: communication and constraint in angiosperm seed development
GC Ingram
Protoplasma 247 (3), 195-214, 2010
1082010
AtDEK1 is essential for specification of embryonic epidermal cell fate
KL Johnson, KA Degnan, J Ross Walker, GC Ingram
The Plant Journal 44 (1), 114-127, 2005
1082005
A two-way molecular dialogue between embryo and endosperm is required for seed development
NM Doll, S Royek, S Fujita, S Okuda, S Chamot, A Stintzi, T Widiez, ...
Science 367 (6476), 431-435, 2020
1022020
Keeping it together: co-ordinating plant growth
GC Ingram, R Waites
Current opinion in plant biology 9 (1), 12-20, 2006
1022006
ZHOUPI controls embryonic cuticle formation via a signalling pathway involving the subtilisin protease ABNORMAL LEAF-SHAPE1 and the receptor kinases GASSHO1 and GASSHO2
Q Xing, A Creff, A Waters, H Tanaka, J Goodrich, GC Ingram
Development 140 (4), 770-779, 2013
962013
Fluctuations of the transcription factor ATML1 generate the pattern of giant cells in the Arabidopsis sepal
HM Meyer, J Teles, P Formosa-Jordan, Y Refahi, R San-Bento, G Ingram, ...
elife 6, e19131, 2017
942017
Endosperm breakdown in Arabidopsis requires heterodimers of the basic helix-loop-helix proteins ZHOUPI and INDUCER OF CBP EXPRESSION 1
G Denay, A Creff, S Moussu, P Wagnon, J Thévenin, MF Gérentes, ...
Development 141 (6), 1222-1227, 2014
882014
Sending the right signals: regulating receptor kinase activity
KL Johnson, GC Ingram
Current opinion in plant biology 8 (6), 648-656, 2005
872005
SCHENGEN receptor module drives localized ROS production and lignification in plant roots
S Fujita, D De Bellis, KH Edel, P Köster, TG Andersen, E Schmid‐Siegert, ...
The EMBO journal 39 (9), e103894, 2020
862020
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