Ottoline Leyser
Ottoline Leyser
Sainsbury Laboratory University of Cambridge
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The Arabidopsis F-box protein TIR1 is an auxin receptor
S Kepinski, O Leyser
Nature 435 (7041), 446-451, 2005
Auxin regulates SCFTIR1-dependent degradation of AUX/IAA proteins
WM Gray, S Kepinski, D Rouse, O Leyser, M Estelle
Nature 414 (6861), 271-276, 2001
An auxin-dependent distal organizer of pattern and polarity in the Arabidopsis root
S Sabatini, D Beis, H Wolkenfelt, J Murfett, T Guilfoyle, J Malamy, ...
Cell 99 (5), 463-472, 1999
Ethylene as a signal mediating the wound response of tomato plants
PJ O'donnell, C Calvert, R Atzorn, C Wasternack, HMO Leyser, DJ Bowles
Science (New York, NY) 274 (5294), 1914, 1996
Phosphate availability regulates root system architecture in Arabidopsis
LC Williamson, SPCP Ribrioux, AH Fitter, HMO Leyser
Plant physiology 126 (2), 875-882, 2001
MAX1 and MAX2 control shoot lateral branching in Arabidopsis
P Stirnberg, K van De Sande, HMO Leyser
Oxford University Press for The Company of Biologists Limited 129 (5), 1131-1141, 2002
Nitrate and phosphate availability and distribution have different effects on root system architecture of Arabidopsis
BI Linkohr, LC Williamson, AH Fitter, HM Leyser
The Plant Journal 29 (6), 751-760, 2002
Signal integration in the control of shoot branching
MA Domagalska, O Leyser
Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology 12 (4), 211-221, 2011
MAX4 and RMS1 are orthologous dioxygenase-like genes that regulate shoot branching in Arabidopsis and pea
K Sorefan, J Booker, K Haurogné, M Goussot, K Bainbridge, E Foo, ...
Genes & development 17 (12), 1469-1474, 2003
MAX3/CCD7 is a carotenoid cleavage dioxygenase required for the synthesis of a novel plant signaling molecule
J Booker, M Auldridge, S Wills, D McCarty, H Klee, O Leyser
Current biology 14 (14), 1232-1238, 2004
Root gravitropism requires lateral root cap and epidermal cells for transport and response to a mobile auxin signal
R Swarup, EM Kramer, P Perry, K Knox, HMO Leyser, J Haseloff, ...
Nature Cell Biology 7 (11), 1057-1065, 2005
Arabidopsis auxin-resistance gene AXR1 encodes a protein related to ubiquitin-activating enzyme E1
HMO Leyser, CA Lincoln, C Timpte, D Lammer, J Turner, M Estelle
Nature Publishing Group 364 (6433), 161-164, 1993
< i> MAX1</i> Encodes a Cytochrome P450 Family Member that Acts Downstream of< i> MAX3/4</i> to Produce a Carotenoid-Derived Branch-Inhibiting Hormone
J Booker, T Sieberer, W Wright, L Williamson, B Willett, P Stirnberg, ...
Developmental cell 8 (3), 443-449, 2005
The Arabidopsis MAX Pathway Controls Shoot Branching by Regulating Auxin Transport
T Bennett, T Sieberer, B Willett, J Booker, C Luschnig, O Leyser
Current Biology 16, 553-563, 2006
Auxin signaling
O Leyser
Plant physiology 176 (1), 465-479, 2018
Auxin, cytokinin and the control of shoot branching
D Müller, O Leyser
Annals of botany 107 (7), 1203-1212, 2011
Strigolactones are transported through the xylem and play a key role in shoot architectural response to phosphate deficiency in nonarbuscular mycorrhizal host Arabidopsis
W Kohlen, T Charnikhova, Q Liu, R Bours, MA Domagalska, S Beguerie, ...
Plant physiology 155 (2), 974-987, 2011
Mutations in the AXR3 gene of Arabidopsis result in altered auxin response including ectopic expression from the SAUR‐AC1 promoter
HMO Leyser, FB Pickett, S Dharmasiri, M Estelle
The Plant Journal 10 (3), 403-413, 1996
MAX2 participates in an SCF complex which acts locally at the node to suppress shoot branching
P Stirnberg, IJ Furner, HM Ottoline Leyser
The Plant Journal 50 (1), 80-94, 2007
Interactions between auxin and strigolactone in shoot branching control
A Hayward, P Stirnberg, C Beveridge, O Leyser
Plant physiology 151 (1), 400-412, 2009
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