Frances C Sussmilch
Frances C Sussmilch
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The pea GIGAS gene is a FLOWERING LOCUS T homolog necessary for graft-transmissible specification of flowering but not for responsiveness to photoperiod
V Hecht, RE Laurie, JK Vander Schoor, S Ridge, CL Knowles, LC Liew, ...
The Plant Cell 23 (1), 147-161, 2011
Stomatal responses to vapour pressure deficit are regulated by high speed gene expression in angiosperms
SAM McAdam, FC Sussmilch, TJ Brodribb
Plant, cell & environment 39 (3), 485-491, 2016
Update on the genetic control of flowering in garden pea
JL Weller, V Hecht, LC Liew, FC Sussmilch, B Wenden, CL Knowles, ...
Journal of experimental botany 60 (9), 2493-2499, 2009
VEGETATIVE1 is essential for development of the compound inflorescence in pea
A Berbel, C FerrŠndiz, V Hecht, M Dalmais, OS Lund, FC Sussmilch, ...
Nature communications 3, 797, 2012
Abscisic acid controlled sex before transpiration in vascular plants
SAM McAdam, TJ Brodribb, JA Banks, R Hedrich, NM Atallah, C Cai, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (45), 12862-12867, 2016
Up-regulation of NCED3 and ABA biosynthesis occur within minutes of a decrease in leaf turgor but AHK1 is not required
FC Sussmilch, TJ Brodribb, SAM McAdam
Journal of experimental botany 68 (11), 2913-2918, 2017
What are the evolutionary origins of stomatal responses to abscisic acid in land plants?
FC Sussmilch, TJ Brodribb, SAM McAdam
Journal of Integrative Plant Biology 59 (4), 240-260, 2017
The pea photoperiod response gene STERILE NODES is an ortholog of LUX ARRHYTHMO
LC Liew, V Hecht, FC Sussmilch, JL Weller
Plant physiology 165 (2), 648-657, 2014
Pea VEGETATIVE2 is an FD homolog that is essential for flowering and compound inflorescence development
FC Sussmilch, A Berbel, V Hecht, JK Vander Schoor, C FerrŠndiz, ...
The Plant Cell 27 (4), 1046-1060, 2015
Molecular characterization of a mutation affecting abscisic acid biosynthesis and consequently stomatal responses to humidity in an agriculturally important species
SAM McAdam, FC Sussmilch, TJ Brodribb, JJ Ross
AoB Plants 7, plv091, 2015
Leaves, not roots or floral tissue, are the main site of rapid, external pressure-induced ABA biosynthesis in angiosperms
FP Zhang, F Sussmilch, DS Nichols, AA Cardoso, TJ Brodribb, ...
Journal of experimental botany 69 (5), 1261-1267, 2018
Surviving a Dry Future: Abscisic Acid (ABA)-Mediated Plant Mechanisms for Conserving Water under Low Humidity
FC Sussmilch, SAM McAdam
Plants 6 (4), 54, 2017
Identification of LATE BLOOMER2 as a CYCLING DOF FACTOR Homolog Reveals Conserved and Divergent Features of the Flowering Response to Photoperiod in Pea
S Ridge, FC Sussmilch, V Hecht, JK Vander Schoor, R Lee, G Aubert, ...
The Plant Cell 28 (10), 2545-2559, 2016
Abscisic acid (ABA) and key proteins in its perception and signaling pathways are ancient, but their roles have changed through time
FC Sussmilch, NM Atallah, TJ Brodribb, JA Banks, SAM McAdam
Plant Signaling & Behavior 12 (9), 12862-7, 2017
Linking Auxin with Photosynthetic Rate via Leaf Venation
SAM McAdam, MP ElťouŽt, M Best, TJ Brodribb, MC Murphy, SD Cook, ...
Plant Physiology 175 (1), 351-360, 2017
Acquiring Control: The Evolution of Stomatal Signalling Pathways
FC Sussmilch, J Schultz, R Hedrich, MRG Roelfsema
Trends in Plant Science, 10.1016/j.tplants.2019.0, 2019
On the origins of osmotically‐driven stomatal movements
F Sussmilch, R Roelfsema, R Hedrich
New Phytologist, 2018
Identification of the SHORT VEGETATIVE PHASE (SVP)-like MADS-box genes in pea (Pisum sativum L.)
FC Sussmilch, V Hecht, JK Vander Schoor, JL Weller
Plant Gene 12, 72-79, 2017
Isolation and Forward Genetic Analysis of Developmental Genes in Pea
JL Weller, VFG Hecht, FC Sussmilch
Legume Genomics: Methods and Protocols, 147-161, 2013
The homologues of Arabidopsis FLOWERING LOCUS T and GIGANTEA genes are involved in the control of photoperiod response of flowering in common bean
AM GonzŠlez FernŠndez, FJ Yuste-Lisbona, A FernŠndez-Lozano, ...
Universidade Nova de Lisboa, 2016
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