Gwyneth Ingram
Gwyneth Ingram
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A signaling module controlling the stem cell niche in Arabidopsis root meristems
Y Stahl, RH Wink, GC Ingram, R Simon
Current biology 19 (11), 909-914, 2009
4372009
Receptor-like kinase ACR4 restricts formative cell divisions in the Arabidopsis root
I De Smet, V Vassileva, B De Rybel, MP Levesque, W Grunewald, ...
Science 322 (5901), 594-597, 2008
3492008
Conserved molecular components for pollen tube reception and fungal invasion
SA Kessler, H Shimosato-Asano, NF Keinath, SE Wuest, G Ingram, ...
Science 330 (6006), 968-971, 2010
3412010
Epidermis: the formation and functions of a fundamental plant tissue
M Javelle, V Vernoud, PM Rogowsky, GC Ingram
New Phytologist 189 (1), 17-39, 2011
1982011
Parallels between UNUSUAL FLORAL ORGANS and FIMBRIATA, genes controlling flower development in Arabidopsis and Antirrhinum.
GC Ingram, J Goodrich, MD Wilkinson, R Simon, GW Haughn, ES Coen
The Plant Cell 7 (9), 1501-1510, 1995
1881995
Dual role for fimbriata in regulating floral homeotic genes and cell division in Antirrhinum
GC Ingram, S Doyle, R Carpenter, EA Schultz, R Simon, ES Coen
The EMBO Journal 16 (21), 6521-6534, 1997
1541997
The Arabidopsis ACR4 gene plays a role in cell layer organisation during ovule integument and sepal margin development
ML Gifford, S Dean, GC Ingram
Development 130 (18), 4249-4258, 2003
1452003
ARABIDOPSIS CRINKLY4 function, internalization, and turnover are dependent on the extracellular crinkly repeat domain
ML Gifford, FC Robertson, DC Soares, GC Ingram
The Plant Cell 17 (4), 1154-1166, 2005
1232005
The endosperm-specific ZHOUPI gene of Arabidopsis thaliana regulates endosperm breakdown and embryonic epidermal development
S Yang, N Johnston, E Talideh, S Mitchell, C Jeffree, J Goodrich, ...
Development 135 (21), 3501-3509, 2008
1022008
Expression patterns of genes encoding HD‐ZipIV homeo domain proteins define specific domains in maize embryos and meristems
GC Ingram, C Boisnard‐Lorig, C Dumas, PM Rogowsky
The Plant Journal 22 (5), 401-414, 2000
1012000
Keeping it together: co-ordinating plant growth
GC Ingram, R Waites
Current opinion in plant biology 9 (1), 12-20, 2006
942006
AtDEK1 is essential for specification of embryonic epidermal cell fate
KL Johnson, KA Degnan, J Ross Walker, GC Ingram
The Plant Journal 44 (1), 114-127, 2005
902005
Family life at close quarters: communication and constraint in angiosperm seed development
GC Ingram
Protoplasma 247 (3), 195-214, 2010
862010
Sending the right signals: regulating receptor kinase activity
KL Johnson, GC Ingram
Current opinion in plant biology 8 (6), 648-656, 2005
802005
ZHOUPI controls embryonic cuticle formation via a signalling pathway involving the subtilisin protease ABNORMAL LEAF-SHAPE1 and the receptor kinases GASSHO1 and GASSHO2
Q Xing, A Creff, A Waters, H Tanaka, J Goodrich, GC Ingram
Development 140 (4), 770-779, 2013
732013
ZmOCL1, an HDGL2 family homeobox gene, is expressed in the outer cell layer throughout maize development
GC Ingram, JL Magnard, P Vergne, C Dumas, PM Rogowsky
Plant molecular biology 40 (2), 343-354, 1999
721999
The phytocalpain defective kernel 1 is a novel Arabidopsis growth regulator whose activity is regulated by proteolytic processing
KL Johnson, C Faulkner, CE Jeffree, GC Ingram
The Plant Cell 20 (10), 2619-2630, 2008
662008
Endosperm breakdown in Arabidopsis requires heterodimers of the basic helix-loop-helix proteins ZHOUPI and INDUCER OF CBP EXPRESSION 1
G Denay, A Creff, S Moussu, P Wagnon, J Thévenin, MF Gérentes, ...
Development 141 (6), 1222-1227, 2014
542014
Epidermal identity is maintained by cell–cell communication via a universally active feedback loop in Arabidopsis thaliana
R San‐Bento, E Farcot, R Galletti, A Creff, G Ingram
The Plant Journal 77 (1), 46-58, 2014
522014
The roles of the cuticle in plant development: organ adhesions and beyond
G Ingram, C Nawrath
Journal of Experimental Botany 68 (19), 5307-5321, 2017
512017
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