sara farrona
sara farrona
NUI Galway. School of Natural Science. Plant & AgriBiosciences Research Centre
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FT protein movement contributes to long-distance signaling in floral induction of Arabidopsis
L Corbesier, C Vincent, S Jang, F Fornara, Q Fan, I Searle, A Giakountis, ...
science 316 (5827), 1030-1033, 2007
Arabidopsis TFL2/LHP1 specifically associates with genes marked by trimethylation of histone H3 lysine 27
F Turck, F Roudier, S Farrona, ML Martin-Magniette, E Guillaume, ...
PLoS Genet 3 (6), e86, 2007
PEP1 regulates perennial flowering in Arabis alpina
R Wang, S Farrona, C Vincent, A Joecker, H Schoof, F Turck, ...
Nature 459 (7245), 423-427, 2009
cis-Regulatory elements and chromatin state coordinately control temporal and spatial expression of FLOWERING LOCUS T in Arabidopsis
J Adrian, S Farrona, JJ Reimer, MC Albani, G Coupland, F Turck
The Plant Cell 22 (5), 1425-1440, 2010
CHD3 proteins and polycomb group proteins antagonistically determine cell identity in Arabidopsis
E Aichinger, CBR Villar, S Farrona, JC Reyes, L Hennig, C Köhler
PLoS Genet 5 (8), e1000605, 2009
The Arabidopsis thaliana SNF2 homolog AtBRM controls shoot development and flowering
S Farrona, L Hurtado, JL Bowman, JC Reyes
Development 131 (20), 4965-4975, 2004
The putative SWI/SNF complex subunit BRAHMA activates flower homeotic genes in Arabidopsisthaliana
L Hurtado, S Farrona, JC Reyes
Plant molecular biology 62 (1-2), 291-304, 2006
The impact of chromatin regulation on the floral transition
S Farrona, G Coupland, F Turck
Seminars in cell & developmental biology 19 (6), 560-573, 2008
Tissue-specific expression of FLOWERING LOCUS T in Arabidopsis is maintained independently of polycomb group protein repression
S Farrona, FL Thorpe, J Engelhorn, J Adrian, X Dong, L Sarid-Krebs, ...
The Plant Cell 23 (9), 3204-3214, 2011
CDKF; 1 and CDKD protein kinases regulate phosphorylation of serine residues in the C-terminal domain of Arabidopsis RNA polymerase II
M Hajheidari, S Farrona, B Huettel, Z Koncz, C Koncz
The Plant Cell 24 (4), 1626-1642, 2012
A nucleosome interaction module is required for normal function of Arabidopsis thaliana BRAHMA
S Farrona, L Hurtado, JC Reyes
Journal of molecular biology 373 (2), 240-250, 2007
Brahma is required for proper expression of the floral repressor FLC in Arabidopsis
S Farrona, L Hurtado, R March-Díaz, RJ Schmitz, FJ Florencio, F Turck, ...
PloS one 6 (3), e17997, 2011
Development-related PcG target in the apex 4 controls leaf margin architecture in Arabidopsis thaliana
J Engelhorn, JJ Reimer, I Leuz, U Göbel, B Huettel, S Farrona, F Turck
Development 139 (14), 2566-2575, 2012
Post-fertilization expression of FLOWERING LOCUS T suppresses reproductive reversion
L Liu, S Farrona, S Klemme, FK Turck
Frontiers in plant science 5, 164, 2014
The chromatin-associated protein PWO1 interacts with plant nuclear lamin-like components to regulate nuclear size
P Mikulski, ML Hohenstatt, S Farrona, C Smaczniak, Y Stahl, K Kaufmann, ...
The Plant Cell 31 (5), 1141-1154, 2019
PWWP-DOMAIN INTERACTOR OF POLYCOMBS1 interacts with Polycomb-group proteins and histones and regulates Arabidopsis flowering and development
ML Hohenstatt, P Mikulski, O Komarynets, C Klose, I Kycia, A Jeltsch, ...
The Plant Cell 30 (1), 117-133, 2018
Plant deubiquitinases and their role in the control of gene expression through modification of histones
E March, S Farrona
Frontiers in plant science 8, 2274, 2018
Epigenetic mechanisms of abiotic stress response and memory in plants
I Mozgova, P Mikulski, A Pecinka, S Farrona
Epigenetics in plants of agronomic importance: fundamentals and applications …, 2019
Tidying-up the plant nuclear space: domains, functions, and dynamics
AP Santos, V Gaudin, I Mozgová, F Pontvianne, D Schubert, AL Tek, ...
Journal of Experimental Botany 71 (17), 5160-5178, 2020
Plant epigenetic stress memory induced by drought: a physiological and molecular perspective
J Godwin, S Farrona
Plant Epigenetics and Epigenomics, 243-259, 2020
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