John Ross
John Ross
Associate Professor, University of Tasmania
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MYC2 differentially modulates diverse jasmonate-dependent functions in Arabidopsis
B Dombrecht, GP Xue, SJ Sprague, JA Kirkegaard, JJ Ross, JB Reid, ...
The Plant Cell 19 (7), 2225-2245, 2007
Seed dormancy and ABA metabolism in Arabidopsis and barley: The role of ABA 8′‐hydroxylase
AA Millar, JV Jacobsen, JJ Ross, CA Helliwell, AT Poole, G Scofield, ...
The Plant Journal 45 (6), 942-954, 2006
Evidence that auxin promotes gibberellin A1 biosynthesis in pea
JJ Ross, DP O'neill, JJ Smith, LHJ Kerckhoffs, RC Elliott
The Plant Journal 21 (6), 547-552, 2000
Sugar demand, not auxin, is the initial regulator of apical dominance
MG Mason, JJ Ross, BA Babst, BN Wienclaw, CA Beveridge
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (16), 6092-6097, 2014
Mendel's stem length gene (Le) encodes a gibberellin 3 beta-hydroxylase.
DR Lester, JJ Ross, PJ Davies, JB Reid
The Plant Cell 9 (8), 1435-1443, 1997
Defective long-distance auxin transport regulation in the Medicago truncatula super numeric nodules mutant
GE van Noorden, JJ Ross, JB Reid, BG Rolfe, U Mathesius
Plant Physiology 140 (4), 1494-1506, 2006
Gibberellin mutants
JJ Ross, IC Murfet, JB Reid
Physiologia Plantarum 100 (3), 550-560, 1997
Branching in pea (action of genes Rms3 and Rms4)
CA Beveridge, JJ Ross, IC Murfet
Plant Physiology 110 (3), 859-865, 1996
Auxin regulation of the gibberellin pathway in pea
DP O'Neill, JJ Ross
Plant Physiology 130 (4), 1974-1982, 2002
The rms1 mutant of pea has elevated indole-3-acetic acid levels and reduced root-sap zeatin riboside content but increased branching controlled by graft-transmissible signal (s)
CA Beveridge, GM Symons, IC Murfet, JJ Ross, C Rameau
Plant Physiology 115 (3), 1251, 1997
Hormonal changes during non-climacteric ripening in strawberry
GM Symons, YJ Chua, JJ Ross, LJ Quittenden, NW Davies, JB Reid
Journal of experimental botany 63 (13), 4741-4750, 2012
Plant hormones in arbuscular mycorrhizal symbioses: an emerging role for gibberellins
E Foo, JJ Ross, WT Jones, JB Reid
Annals of botany 111 (5), 769-779, 2013
Nodulation phenotypes of gibberellin and brassinosteroid mutants of pea
BJ Ferguson, JJ Ross, JB Reid
Plant physiology 138 (4), 2396-2405, 2005
Branching mutant rms-2 in Pisum sativum (grafting studies and endogenous indole-3-acetic acid levels)
CA Beveridge, JJ Ross, IC Murfet
Plant Physiology 104 (3), 953-959, 1994
Gibberellin 2‐oxidation and the SLN gene of Pisum sativum
DR Lester, JJ Ross, JJ Smith, RC Elliott, JB Reid
The Plant Journal 19 (1), 65-73, 1999
Auxin from the developing inflorescence is required for the biosynthesis of active gibberellins in barley stems
CM Wolbang, PM Chandler, JJ Smith, JJ Ross
Plant Physiology 134 (2), 769-776, 2004
New interactions between classical plant hormones
J Ross, D O'Neill
Trends in plant science 6 (1), 2-4, 2001
Brassinosteroid transport
GM Symons, JJ Ross, CE Jager, JB Reid
Journal of experimental botany 59 (1), 17-24, 2008
Gibberellin biosynthesis mutations and root development in pea
JR Yaxley, JJ Ross, LJ Sherriff, JB Reid
Plant physiology 125 (2), 627-633, 2001
Auxin dynamics after decapitation are not correlated with the initial growth of axillary buds
SE Morris, MCH Cox, JJ Ross, S Krisantini, CA Beveridge
Plant physiology 138 (3), 1665-1672, 2005
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