Our research is regularly published in leading journals. 

  • Bhosale, R., Giri, J., Pandey, B.K. et al. (2018) A mechanistic framework for auxin dependent Arabidopsis root hair elongation to low external phosphate. Nat Commun 9, 1409  DOI:10.1038/s41467-018-03851-3

  • Gao Y-Q, Chen J-G, Chen Z-R, An D, Lv Q-Y, Han M-L, et al. (2017) A new vesicle trafficking regulator CTL1 plays a crucial role in ion homeostasis. PLoS Biol 15(12): e2002978 DOI:
  • Bhosale, R., Boudolf, V., Cuevas, F. et al. (2018). A Spatiotemporal DNA Endoploidy Map of the Arabidopsis Root Reveals Roles for the Endocycle in Root Development and Stress Adaptation. The Plant Cell, 30(10) 2330-2351 DOI:
  • Pound, M.P., Atkinson, J.A., Townsend, A.J. et al. (2017). Deep machine learning provides state-of-the-art performance in image-based plant phenotyping. GigaScience 6(10): gix083 DOI:
  • Vicente, J., Mendiondo, G.M., Pauwels, J. et al. (2019). Distinct branches of the N-end rule pathway modulate the plant immune response. New Phytologist 221: 988-1000 DOI:
  • Gibbs, J.A., Pound, M., French, A. et al. (2018). Plant Phenotyping: An Active Vision Cell for Three-Dimensional Plant Shoot Reconstruction. Plant Physiology 178(2): 524-534 DOI:
  • Giri, J., Bhosale, R., Huang, G. et al (2018). Rice auxin influx carrier OsAUX1 facilitates root hair elongation in response to low external phosphate. Nature Commun 9, 1408 DOI: 10.1038/s41467-018-03850-4
  • Orosa-Puente, B., Leftley, N., von Wagenheim, D. et al (2018). Root branching toward water involves posttranslational modification of transcription factor ARF7. Science 362(6421): 1407-1410 DOI: 10.1126/science.aau3956
  • Schoenaers, S., Balcerowicz, D., Breen, G. et al (2018). The Auxin-Regulated CrRLK1L Kinase ERULUS Controls Cell Wall Composition during Root Hair Tip Growth. Current Biology 28(5): 722-736.E6 DOI:
  • Vicente, J., Mendiondo, G.M., Movahedi, M. et al (2017). The Cys-Arg/N-end Rule Pathway is a General Sensor of Abiotic Stress in Flowering Plants. Current Biology 27(20): 3183-3190.E4 DOI:
  •  Orman-Ligeza, B., Morris, E.C, Parizot, B. et al (2018) The Xerobranching Response Represses Lateral Root Formation When Roots Are Not In Contact With Water. Current Biology 28(19) 3165-3173.E5 DOI:

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