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    • Herbicide injury induces DNA methylome alterations in Arabidopsis 

      Kim, Gunjune; Clarke, Christopher R.; Larose, Hailey; Tran, Hong T.; Haak, David C.; Zhang, Liqing; Askew, Shawn; Barney, Jacob; Westwood, James H. (Peerj Inc, 2017-07-20)
      The emergence of herbicide-resistant weeds is a major threat facing modern agriculture. Over 470 weedy-plant populations have developed resistance to herbicides. Traditional evolutionary mechanisms are not always sufficient ...
    • Host ESCRT Proteins Are Required for Bromovirus RNA Replication Compartment Assembly and Function 

      Diaz, Arturo; Zhang, Jiantao; Ollwerther, Abigail; Wang, Xiaofeng; Ahlquist, Paul (PLOS, 2015-03-06)
      Positive-strand RNA viruses genome replication invariably is associated with vesicles or other rearranged cellular membranes. Brome mosaic virus (BMV) RNA replication occurs on perinuclear endoplasmic reticulum (ER) membranes ...
    • Host Lipids in Positive-Strand RNA Virus Genome Replication 

      Zhang, Zhenlu; He, Guijuan; Filipowicz, Natalie A.; Randall, Glenn; Belov, George A.; Kopek, Benjamin G.; Wang, Xiaofeng (Frontiers, 2019-02-26)
      Membrane association is a hallmark of the genome replication of positive-strand RNA viruses [(+)RNA viruses]. All well-studied (+)RNA viruses remodel host membranes and lipid metabolism through orchestrated virus-host ...
    • Host Pah1p phosphatidate phosphatase limits viral replication by regulating phospholipid synthesis 

      Zhang, Zhenlu; He, Guijuan; Han, Gil-Soo; Zhang, Jiantao; Catanzaro, Nicholas; Diaz, Arturo; Wu, Zujian; Carman, George M.; Xie, Lianhui; Wang, Xiaofeng (PLOS, 2018-04-12)
      Replication of positive-strand RNA viruses [(+)RNA viruses] takes place in membrane-bound viral replication complexes (VRCs). Formation of VRCs requires virus-mediated manipulation of cellular lipid synthesis. Here, we ...
    • Identification and characterization of the first pectin methylesterase gene discovered in the root lesion nematode Pratylenchus penetrans 

      Vicente, Cláudia S. L.; Nemchinov, Lev G.; Mota, Manuel; Eisenback, Jonathan D.; Kamo, Kathryn; Vieira, Paulo (Public Library of Science, 2019-02-22)
      Similar to other plant-parasitic nematodes, root lesion nematodes possess an array of enzymes that are involved in the degradation of the plant cell wall. Here we report the identification of a gene encoding a cell ...
    • Increased Course Structure Improves Performance in Introductory Biology 

      Freeman, S; Haak, David C.; Wenderoth, AP (Amer Soc Cell Biology, 2011-06-01)
    • Intercomparison of Small Unmanned Aircraft System (sUAS) Measurements for Atmospheric Science during the LAPSE-RATE Campaign 

      Barbieri, Lindsay; Kral, Stephan T.; Bailey, Sean C. C.; Frazier, Amy E.; Jacob, Jamey D.; Reuder, Joachim; Brus, David; Chilson, Phillip B.; Crick, Christopher; Detweiler, Carrick; Doddi, Abhiram; Elston, Jack; Foroutan, Hosein; González-Rocha, Javier; Greene, Brian R.; Guzman, Marcelo I.; Houston, Adam L.; Islam, Ashraful; Kemppinen, Osku; Lawrence, Dale; Pillar-Little, Elizabeth A.; Ross, Shane D.; Sama, Michael P.; Schmale, David G.; Schuyler, Travis J.; Shankar, Ajay; Smith, Suzanne W.; Waugh, Sean; Dixon, Cory; Borenstein, Steve; de Boer, Gijs (MDPI, 2019-05-10)
      Small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS) are rapidly transforming atmospheric research. With the advancement of the development and application of these systems, improving knowledge of best practices for accurate measurement ...
    • The iPlant collaborative: cyberinfrastructure for plant biology 

      Goff, Stephen A.; Vaughn, Matthew; McKay, Sheldon; Lyons, Eric; Stapleton, Ann E.; Gessler, Damian; Matasci, Naim; Wang, Liya; Hanlon, Matthew; Lenards, Andrew; Muir, Andy; Merchant, Nirav; Lowry, Sonya; Mock, Stephen; Helmke, Matthew; Kubach, Adam; Narro, Martha; Hopkins, Nicole; Micklos, David; Hilgert, Uwe; Gonzales, Michael; Jordan, Chris; Skidmore, Edwin; Dooley, Rion; Cazes, John; McLay, Robert; Lu, Zhenyuan; Pasternak, Shiran; Koesterke, Lars; Piel, William H.; Grene, Ruth; Noutsos, Christos; Gendler, Karla; Feng, Xin; Tang, Chunlao; Lent, Monica; Kim, Seung-Jin; Kvilekval, Kristian; Manjunath, B. S.; Tannen, Val; Stamatakis, Alexandros; Sanderson, Michael; Welch, Stephen M.; Cranston, Karen A.; Soltis, Pamela; Soltis, Doug; O'Meara, Brian; Ane, Cecile; Brutnell, Tom; Kleibenstein, Daniel J.; White, Jeffery W.; Leebens-Mack, James; Donoghue, Michael J.; Spalding, Edgar P.; Vision, Todd J.; Myers, Christopher R.; Lowenthal, David; Enquist, Brian J.; Boyle, Brad; Akoglu, Ali; Andrews, Greg; Ram, Sudha; Ware, Doreen; Stein, Lincoln; Stanzione, Dan (Frontiers, 2011)
      The iPlant Collaborative (iPlant) is a United States National Science Foundation (NSF) funded project that aims to create an innovative, comprehensive, and foundational cyberinfrastructure in support of plant biology ...
    • Lagrangian coherent structures are associated with fluctuations in airborne microbial populations 

      Tallapragada, Phanindra; Ross, Shane D.; Schmale, David G. III (American Institute of Physics, 2011-09-01)
      Many microorganisms are advected in the lower atmosphere from one habitat to another with scales of motion being hundreds to thousands of kilometers. The concentration of these microbes in the lower atmosphere at a single ...
    • Legume ipmPIPE: A New Option for Generating, Summarizing, and Disseminating Real-Time Pest Data to Stakeholders 

      Langham, M. A. C.; Schwartz, H. F.; Tolin, S. A.; Golod, J.; Laforest, J.; Cardwell, K. F. (Entomological Society of America, 2011-10-01)
      The Legume Integrated Pest Management Pest Information Platform for Extension and Education (ipmPIPE) leverages a variety of programs and resources based on data collected from legume sentinel or mobile plots in as many ...
    • “Listening In" on How a Bacterium Takes Over the Plant Vascular System 

      Vinatzer, Boris A. (American Society for Microbiology, 2012-09)
      Bacteria that infect the plant vascular system are among the most destructive kind of plant pathogens because pathogen proliferation in the vascular system will sooner or later shut down the plant’s water and nutrient ...
    • Local finite-time Lyapunov exponent, local sampling and probabilistic source and destination regions 

      BozorgMagham, A.E.; Ross, S.D.; Schmale, D.G. III (European Geosciences Union, 2015)
      The finite-time Lyapunov exponent (FTLE) is a powerful Lagrangian concept widely used for describing large-scale flow patterns and transport phenomena. However, field experiments usually have modest scales. Therefore, it ...
    • A Machine Learning Approach to Predict Gene Regulatory Networks in Seed Development in Arabidopsis 

      Grene, Ruth; Heath, Lenwood S.; Li, Song; Collakova, Eva; Elmarekaby, Haitham; Ni, Ying; Aghamirzaie, Delasa (Frontiers Media, 2016-12-23)
      Gene regulatory networks (GRNs) provide a representation of relationships between regulators and their target genes. Several methods for GRN inference, both unsupervised and supervised, have been developed to date Because ...
    • MALDI-MS Imaging of Urushiols in Poison Ivy Stem 

      Aziz, Mina; Sturtevant, Drew; Winston, Jordan; Collakova, Eva; Jelesko, John G.; Chapman, Kent D. (MDPI, 2017-04-29)
      Urushiols are the allergenic components of Toxicodendron radicans (poison ivy) as well as other Toxicodendron species. They are alk-(en)-yl catechol derivatives with a 15- or 17-carbon side chain having different ...
    • Metabolic and Transcriptional Reprogramming in Developing Soybean (Glycine max) Embryos 

      Collakova, Eva; Aghamirzaie, Delasa; Fang, Yihui; Klumas, Curtis; Tabataba, Farzaneh; Kakumanu, Akshay; Myers, Elijah; Heath, Lenwood S.; Grene, Ruth (MDPI, 2013-05-14)
      Soybean (Glycine max) seeds are an important source of seed storage compounds, including protein, oil, and sugar used for food, feed, chemical, and biofuel production. We assessed detailed temporal transcriptional and ...
    • Mining and visualization of microarray and metabolomic data reveal extensive cell wall remodeling during winter hardening in Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis) 

      Grene, Ruth; Klumas, Curtis; Suren, Haktan; Yang, Kuan; Collakova, Eva; Myers, Elijah; Heath, Lenwood S.; Holliday, Jason A. (Frontiers, 2012)
      Microarray gene expression profiling is a powerful technique to understand complex developmental processes, but making biologically meaningful inferences from such studies has always been challenging. We previously reported ...
    • Modification of the Mycotoxin Deoxynivalenol Using Microorganisms Isolated from Environmental Samples 

      Wilson, Nina M.; McMaster, Nicole; Gantulga, Dash; Soyars, Cara; McCormick, Susan P.; Knott, Ken; Senger, Ryan S.S; Schmale, David G. III (MDPI, 2017-04-01)
      The trichothecene mycotoxin deoxynivalenol (DON) is a common contaminant of wheat, barley, and maize. New strategies are needed to reduce or eliminate DON in feed and food products. Microorganisms from plant and soil samples ...
    • Multi-Phase US Spread and Habitat Switching of a Post-Columbian Invasive, Sorghum halepense 

      Sezen, U. Uzay; Barney, Jacob; Atwater, Daniel Z.; Pederson, Gary A.; Pederson, Jeffrey F.; Chandler, J. Mike; Cox, T. Stan; Cox, Sheila; Dotray, Peter; Kopec, David; Smith, Steven E.; Schroeder, Jill; Wright, Steven D.; Jiao, Yuannian; Kong, Wenqian; Goff, Valorie; Auckland, Susan; Rainville, Lisa K.; Pierce, Gary J.; Lemke, Cornelia; Compton, Rosana; Phillips, Christine; Kerr, Alexandra; Mettler, Matthew; Paterson, Andrew H. (PLOS, 2016-10-18)
      Johnsongrass (Sorghum halepense) is a striking example of a post-Columbian founder event. This natural experiment within ecological time-scales provides a unique opportunity for understanding patterns of continent-wide ...
    • Multilevel Regulation of Abiotic Stress Responses in Plants 

      Haak, David C.; Fukao, Takeshi; Grene, Ruth; Hua, Zhihua; Ivanov, Rumen; Perrella, Giorgio; Li, Song (2017-09-20)
      The sessile lifestyle of plants requires them to cope with stresses in situ. Plants overcome abiotic stresses by altering structure/morphology, and in some extreme conditions, by compressing the life cycle to survive the ...
    • Near-Real-Time Analysis of the Phenotypic Responses of Escherichia coli to 1-Butanol Exposure Using Raman Spectroscopy 

      Zu, Theresah N. K.; Athamneh, Ahmad I. M.; Wallace, Robert S.; Collakova, Eva; Senger, Ryan S. (American Society for Microbiology, 2014-08-25)
      Raman spectroscopy was used to study the time course of phenotypic responses of Escherichia coli (DH5 alpha) to 1-butanol exposure (1.2% [vol/vol]). Raman spectroscopy is of interest for bacterial phenotyping because it ...