David G Oppenheimer
David G Oppenheimer
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A myb gene required for leaf trichome differentiation in Arabidopsis is expressed in stipules
DG Oppenheimer, PL Herman, S Sivakumaran, J Esch, MD Marks
Cell 67 (3), 483-493, 1991
Spatial control of cell expansion by the plant cytoskeleton
LG Smith, DG Oppenheimer
Annu. Rev. Cell Dev. Biol. 21, 271-295, 2005
Arabidopsis GLABROUS1 gene requires downstream sequences for function.
JC Larkin, DG Oppenheimer, S Pollock, MD Marks
The Plant Cell 5 (12), 1739-1748, 1993
SIAMESE, a Plant-Specific Cell Cycle Regulator, Controls Endoreplication Onset in Arabidopsis thaliana
ML Churchman, ML Brown, N Kato, V Kirik, M Hulskamp, D Inze, ...
The Plant Cell 18 (11), 3145-3157, 2006
Essential role of a kinesin-like protein in Arabidopsis trichome morphogenesis
DG Oppenheimer, MA Pollock, J Vacik, DB Szymanski, B Ericson, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 94 (12), 6261-6266, 1997
Roles of the GLABROUS1 and TRANSPARENT TESTA GLABRA genes in Arabidopsis trichome development.
JC Larkin, DG Oppenheimer, AM Lloyd, ET Paparozzi, MD Marks
The Plant Cell 6 (8), 1065-1076, 1994
Functional diversification of MYB23 and GL1 genes in trichome morphogenesis and initiation
V Kirik, MM Lee, K Wester, U Herrmann, Z Zheng, D Oppenheimer, ...
Oxford University Press for The Company of Biologists Limited 132 (7), 1477-1485, 2005
SIAMESE, a gene controlling the endoreduplication cell cycle in Arabidopsis thaliana trichomes
JD Walker, DG Oppenheimer, JC Larkin
Development 127 (18), 3931-3940, 2000
Missing links: the genetic architecture of flower and floral diversification
DE Soltis, PS Soltis, VA Albert, DG Oppenheimer, CW DePamphilis, H Ma, ...
Trends in plant science 7 (1), 22-31, 2002
The cell morphogenesis gene ANGUSTIFOLIA encodes a CtBP/BARS‐like protein and is involved in the control of the microtubule cytoskeleton
U Folkers, V Kirik, U Sch÷binger, S Falk, S Krishnakumar, MA Pollock, ...
The EMBO Journal, 2002
The PRETTY FEW SEEDS2 gene encodes an Arabidopsishomeodomain protein that regulates ovule development
SO Park, Z Zheng, DG Oppenheimer, BA Hauser
Oxford University Press for The Company of Biologists Limited 132 (4), 841-849, 2005
The floral genome: an evolutionary history of gene duplication and shifting patterns of gene expression
DE Soltis, H Ma, MW Frohlich, PS Soltis, VA Albert, DG Oppenheimer, ...
Trends in plant science 12 (8), 358-367, 2007
Floral gene resources from basal angiosperms for comparative genomics research
VA Albert, DE Soltis, JE Carlson, WG Farmerie, PK Wall, DC Ilut, ...
BMC plant biology 5, 1-15, 2005
Differential gene expression in Arabidopsis wild‐type and mutant anthers: insights into anther cell differentiation and regulatory networks
AJ Wijeratne, W Zhang, Y Sun, W Liu, R Albert, Z Zheng, ...
The Plant Journal 52 (1), 14-29, 2007
Plant tubulin genes: structure and differential expression during development
CD Silflow, DG Oppenheimer, SD Kopozak, SE Ploense, SR Ludwig, ...
Developmental genetics 8 (5‐6), 435-460, 1987
IRREGULAR TRICHOME BRANCH1 in Arabidopsis Encodes a Plant Homolog of the Actin-Related Protein2/3 Complex Activator Scar/WAVE That Regulatesá…
X Zhang, J Dyachok, S Krishnakumar, LG Smith, DG Oppenheimer
The Plant Cell 17 (8), 2314-2326, 2005
The β-tubulin gene family of Arabidopsis thaliana: preferential accumulation of the β1 transcript in roots
DG Oppenheimer, N Haas, CD Silflow, DP Snustad
Gene 63 (1), 87-102, 1988
Characterization of the alpha-tubulin gene family of Arabidopsis thaliana.
SR Ludwig, DG Oppenheimer, CD Silflow, DP Snustad
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 84 (16), 5833-5837, 1987
Genetic control of trichome branch number in Arabidopsis: the roles of the FURCA loci
D Luo, DG Oppenheimer
Development 126 (24), 5547-5557, 1999
Analysis of abscisic acid responsive proteins in Brassica napus guard cells by multiplexed isobaric tagging
M Zhu, B Simons, N Zhu, DG Oppenheimer, S Chen
Journal of Proteomics 73 (4), 790-805, 2010
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