Plant Hormones in Plant Growth and Defense.
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The selected publications shown below represent our current research interests and current areas of research in the lab:
Plant Hormone Crosstalk in Plant Growth and Defense
Berens ML, Berry HB, Mine A, Argueso CT and Tsuda, K (2017). Evolution of Hormone Signaling Networks in Plant Defense. Annual Reviews of Phytopathology DOI: 10.1146/annurev-phyto-080516-035544
Shigenaga, A and Argueso, CT (2016) No hormone to rule them all: Interactions of plant hormones during the responses of plants to pathogens. Seminars in Cell & Developmental Biology 56:174-189
Albrecth, T and Argueso CT. (2016) Should I fight or should I grow now? The role of cytokinins in plant growth and immunity and in the growth–defence tradeoff. Annals of Botany 119: 725-735.
Argueso CT, Epple P, Ferreira FJ, Hutchison, CE, To JPC, Schaller GE, Dangl JL, Kieber JJ (2012) Two-component elements mediate interactions between cytokinin and salicylic acid in plant immunity. PLoS Genetics 8:1-13.
Plant Hormones in Pathogen-Environment Interactions
Shigenaga AM, Berens ML, Tsuda K and Argueso CT (2017). Towards Engineering Hormonal Crosstalk in Plant Immunity. Current Opinion in Plant Biology 38:164-172
Cohen SP, Liu H, Argueso CT, Pereira A, Vera Crus C, Verdier V and Leach JE (2017). RNA-Seq analysis reveals insight into enhanced rice Xa7-mediated bacterial blight resistance at high temperature. PLoS ONE. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0187625
Leach JE, Triplett LR, Argueso CT and Trivedi, P (2017) Communication in the Phytobiome. Cell 169:587-596
Argueso CT, Ferreira, FJ, Kieber JJ (2009) Environmental perception avenues: the interaction of cytokinin and environmental response pathways. Plant Cell and Environment 32:1147-1160.
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