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Scent matters: differential contribution of scent to insect response in flowers with insect vs. wind pollination traits

Wang TN, Clifford MR, Martínez-Gómez J, Johnson JC, Riffell JA, Di Stilio VS.  2018.  Scent matters: differential contribution of scent to insect response in flowers with insect vs. wind pollination traits. Annals of Botany.

Genomic regions responsible for seminal and crown root lengths identified by 2D & 3D root system image analysis

Uga Y, Assaranurak I, Kitomi Y, Larson BG, Craft EJ, Shaff JE, McCouch SR, Kochian LV.  2018.  Genomic regions responsible for seminal and crown root lengths identified by 2D & 3D root system image analysis. 19122112401655466621243886616645909294112103104427613410912511317212157863643611015658153166254

Evolving technologies for growing, imaging and analyzing 3D root system architecture of crop plants

Piñeros MA, Larson BG, Shaff JE, Schneider DJ, Falcão AXavier, Yuan L, Clark RT, Craft EJ, Davis TW, Pradier P-L et al..  2016.  Evolving technologies for growing, imaging and analyzing 3D root system architecture of crop plants. Journal of Integrative Plant Biology. (3):230-241.

Duplicate and Conquer: Multiple Homologs of PHOSPHORUS-STARVATION TOLERANCE1 Enhance Phosphorus Acquisition and Sorghum Performance on Low-Phosphorus Soils

Hufnagel B., de Sousa S.M, Assis L., Guimaraes C.T, Leiser W., Azevedo G.C, Negri B., Larson B.G, Shaff J.E, Pastina M.M et al..  2014.  Duplicate and Conquer: Multiple Homologs of PHOSPHORUS-STARVATION TOLERANCE1 Enhance Phosphorus Acquisition and Sorghum Performance on Low-Phosphorus Soils. PLANT PHYSIOLOGY. 166(2):659-677.

Epistasis × environment interactions among Arabidopsis thaliana glucosinolate genes impact complex traits and fitness in the field

Kerwin RE, Feusier J, Muok A, Lin C, Larson B, Copeland D, Corwin JA, Rubin MJ, Francisco M, Li B et al..  2017.  Epistasis × environment interactions among Arabidopsis thaliana glucosinolate genes impact complex traits and fitness in the field. New Phytologist. (3):1249-1263.

Nonlinearity and local heterogeneity in plant development

Biological systems can be quite complex for intuitive interpretations. This is especially true in developmental biology, where robust patterns are established and maintained dynamically in ever-changing and inhomogeneous multicellular environments. Despite the discovery of many key regulatory modules in growth, morphogenesis and fate specification, we still understand little on how such modules are precisely executed, particularly when small initial differences may induce sharp segregation of developmental decisions.

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