Seth J. Davis
Seth J. Davis
Chair of Plant Biology, Professor at the University of York
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The ELF4 gene controls circadian rhythms and flowering time in Arabidopsis thaliana
MR Doyle, SJ Davis, RM Bastow, HG McWatters, L Kozma-Bognár, ...
Nature 419 (6902), 74-77, 2002
Soluble, highly fluorescent variants of green fluorescent protein (GFP) for use in higher plants
SJ Davis, RD Vierstra
Plant molecular biology 36 (4), 521-528, 1998
The small ubiquitin-like modifier (SUMO) protein modification system in Arabidopsis: accumulation of SUMO1 and-2 conjugates is increased by stress
J Kurepa, JM Walker, J Smalle, MM Gosink, SJ Davis, TL Durham, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 278 (9), 6862-6872, 2003
Bacteriophytochromes: phytochrome-like photoreceptors from nonphotosynthetic eubacteria
SJ Davis, AV Vener, RD Vierstra
Science 286 (5449), 2517-2520, 1999
The molecular basis of temperature compensation in the Arabidopsis circadian clock
PD Gould, JCW Locke, C Larue, MM Southern, SJ Davis, S Hanano, ...
The Plant Cell 18 (5), 1177-1187, 2006
Bacteriophytochromes are photochromic histidine kinases using a biliverdin chromophore
SH Bhoo, SJ Davis, J Walker, B Karniol, RD Vierstra
Nature 414 (6865), 776-779, 2001
EARLY FLOWERING4 recruitment of EARLY FLOWERING3 in the nucleus sustains the Arabidopsis circadian clock
E Herrero, E Kolmos, N Bujdoso, Y Yuan, M Wang, MC Berns, H Uhlworm, ...
The Plant Cell 24 (2), 428-443, 2012
The Arabidopsis thaliana HY1 locus, required for phytochrome-chromophore biosynthesis, encodes a protein related to heme oxygenases
SJ Davis, J Kurepa, RD Vierstra
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 96 (11), 6541-6546, 1999
Multiple phytohormones influence distinct parameters of the plant circadian clock
S Hanano, MA Domagalska, F Nagy, SJ Davis
Genes to Cells 11 (12), 1381-1392, 2006
Mutation at the circadian clock gene EARLY MATURITY 8 adapts domesticated barley (Hordeum vulgare) to short growing seasons
S Faure, AS Turner, D Gruszka, V Christodoulou, SJ Davis, M von Korff, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (21), 8328-8333, 2012
The TIME FOR COFFEE gene maintains the amplitude and timing of Arabidopsis circadian clocks
A Hall, RM Bastow, SJ Davis, S Hanano, HG McWatters, V Hibberd, ...
The Plant Cell 15 (11), 2719-2729, 2003
Ambient thermometers in plants: from physiological outputs towards mechanisms of thermal sensing
CR McClung, SJ Davis
Current Biology 20 (24), R1086-R1092, 2010
Mutant analyses define multiple roles for phytochrome C in Arabidopsis photomorphogenesis
KA Franklin, SJ Davis, WM Stoddart, RD Vierstra, GC Whitelam
The Plant Cell 15 (9), 1981-1989, 2003
TIME FOR COFFEE represses accumulation of the MYC2 transcription factor to provide time-of-day regulation of jasmonate signaling in Arabidopsis
J Shin, K Heidrich, A Sanchez-Villarreal, JE Parker, SJ Davis
The Plant Cell 24 (6), 2470-2482, 2012
ELF4 is required for oscillatory properties of the circadian clock
HG McWatters, E Kolmos, A Hall, MR Doyle, RM Amasino, P Gyula, ...
Plant physiology 144 (1), 391-401, 2007
Protocol: Streamlined sub-protocols for floral-dip transformation and selection of transformants in Arabidopsis thaliana
AM Davis, A Hall, AJ Millar, C Darrah, SJ Davis
Plant methods 5 (1), 1-7, 2009
Attenuation of brassinosteroid signaling enhances FLC expression and delays flowering
MA Domagalska, FM Schomburg, RM Amasino, RD Vierstra, F Nagy, ...
Development 134 (15), 2841-2850, 2007
The heme-oxygenase family required for phytochrome chromophore biosynthesis is necessary for proper photomorphogenesis in higher plants
SJ Davis, SH Bhoo, AM Durski, JM Walker, RD Vierstra
Plant Physiology 126 (2), 656-669, 2001
Integrating hormones into the floral‐transition pathway of Arabidopsis thaliana
SJ Davis
Plant, cell & environment 32 (9), 1201-1210, 2009
Abiotic stress and the plant circadian clock
A Sanchez, J Shin, SJ Davis
Plant Signaling & Behavior 6 (2), 223-231, 2011
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