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Root hair-specific disruption of cellulose and xyloglucan in AtCSLD3 mutants, and factors affecting the post-rupture resumption of mutant root hair growth.

Galway ME, Eng RC, Schiefelbein JW, Wasteneys GO.

Planta. 2011 May;233(5):985-99. doi: 10.1007/s00425-011-1355-6. Epub 2011 Jan 29.

PMID:
21279381
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Expanding insights into the role of cell proliferation in plant development.

Clark SE, Schiefelbein JW.

Trends Cell Biol. 1997 Nov;7(11):454-8.

PMID:
17709006
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Regulation of the cell expansion gene RHD3 during Arabidopsis development.

Wang H, Lee MM, Schiefelbein JW.

Plant Physiol. 2002 Jun;129(2):638-49.

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Constructing a plant cell. The genetic control of root hair development.

Schiefelbein JW.

Plant Physiol. 2000 Dec;124(4):1525-31. Review. No abstract available.

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Building a root: the control of patterning and morphogenesis during root development.

Schiefelbein JW, Masucci JD, Wang H.

Plant Cell. 1997 Jul;9(7):1089-98. Review. No abstract available.

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The homeobox gene GLABRA2 is required for position-dependent cell differentiation in the root epidermis of Arabidopsis thaliana.

Masucci JD, Rerie WG, Foreman DR, Zhang M, Galway ME, Marks MD, Schiefelbein JW.

Development. 1996 Apr;122(4):1253-60.

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The TTG gene is required to specify epidermal cell fate and cell patterning in the Arabidopsis root.

Galway ME, Masucci JD, Lloyd AM, Walbot V, Davis RW, Schiefelbein JW.

Dev Biol. 1994 Dec;166(2):740-54.

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Cell fate and cell morphogenesis in higher plants.

Schiefelbein JW.

Curr Opin Genet Dev. 1994 Oct;4(5):647-51. Review.

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Getting to the root of plant development: the genetics of Arabidopsis root formation.

Benfey PN, Schiefelbein JW.

Trends Genet. 1994 Mar;10(3):84-8. Review.

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Root development in Arabidopsis: four mutants with dramatically altered root morphogenesis.

Benfey PN, Linstead PJ, Roberts K, Schiefelbein JW, Hauser MT, Aeschbacher RA.

Development. 1993 Sep;119(1):57-70.

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Alternative 3' splice acceptor sites modulate enzymic activity in derivative alleles of the maize bronze1-mutable 13 allele.

Okagaki RJ, Sullivan TD, Schiefelbein JW, Nelson OE Jr.

Plant Cell. 1992 Nov;4(11):1453-62.

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Calcium influx at the tip of growing root-hair cells of Arabidopsis thaliana.

Schiefelbein JW, Shipley A, Rowse P.

Planta. 1992 Jul;187(4):455-9. doi: 10.1007/BF00199963.

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The development of plant roots: new approaches to underground problems.

Schiefelbein JW, Benfey PN.

Plant Cell. 1991 Nov;3(11):1147-54. Review. No abstract available.

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Genetic Control of Root Hair Development in Arabidopsis thaliana.

Schiefelbein JW, Somerville C.

Plant Cell. 1990 Mar;2(3):235-243.

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Deletions in a dspm insert in a maize bronze-1 allele alter RNA processing and gene expression.

Raboy V, Kim HY, Schiefelbein JW, Nelson OE Jr.

Genetics. 1989 Jul;122(3):695-703.

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Tissue-specific effects of maize bronze gene promoter mutations induced by Ds1 insertion and excision.

Sullivan TD, Schiefelbein JW Jr, Nelson OE Jr.

Dev Genet. 1989;10(6):412-24.

PMID:
2481577
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Sequence comparisons of three wild-type Bronze-1 alleles from Zea mays.

Furtek D, Schiefelbein JW, Johnston F, Nelson OE Jr.

Plant Mol Biol. 1988 Jul;11(4):473-81. doi: 10.1007/BF00039028.

PMID:
24272404
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RNA splicing permits expression of a maize gene with a defective Suppressor-mutator transposable element insertion in an exon.

Kim HY, Schiefelbein JW, Raboy V, Furtek DB, Nelson OE Jr.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1987 Aug;84(16):5863-7.

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The Ac and Spm controlling element families in maize.

Banks J, Kingsbury J, Raboy V, Schiefelbein JW, Nelson O, Fedoroff N.

Cold Spring Harb Symp Quant Biol. 1985;50:307-11. No abstract available.

PMID:
3006992

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