Elizabeth M. Lord

University of California, Riverside, Riverside, CA, United States 
Cell Biology, Botany Biology
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Chae K, Lord EM. (2011) Pollen tube growth and guidance: roles of small, secreted proteins. Annals of Botany. 108: 627-36
Chae K, Gonong BJ, Kim SC, et al. (2010) A multifaceted study of stigma/style cysteine-rich adhesin (SCA)-like Arabidopsis lipid transfer proteins (LTPs) suggests diversified roles for these LTPs in plant growth and reproduction. Journal of Experimental Botany. 61: 4277-90
Chae K, Kieslich CA, Morikis D, et al. (2009) A gain-of-function mutation of Arabidopsis lipid transfer protein 5 disturbs pollen tube tip growth and fertilization. The Plant Cell. 21: 3902-14
Chae K, Zhang K, Zhang L, et al. (2007) Two SCA (stigma/style cysteine-rich adhesin) isoforms show structural differences that correlate with their levels of in vitro pollen tube adhesion activity. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 282: 33845-58
Kim ST, Zhang K, Dong J, et al. (2006) Exogenous free ubiquitin enhances lily pollen tube adhesion to an in vitro stylar matrix and may facilitate endocytosis of SCA. Plant Physiology. 142: 1397-411
Dong J, Kim ST, Lord EM. (2005) Plantacyanin plays a role in reproduction in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology. 138: 778-89
Kim S, Dong J, Lord EM. (2004) Pollen tube guidance: the role of adhesion and chemotropic molecules. Current Topics in Developmental Biology. 61: 61-79
Kim S, Mollet JC, Dong J, et al. (2003) Chemocyanin, a small basic protein from the lily stigma, induces pollen tube chemotropism. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 100: 16125-30
Park SY, Lord EM. (2003) Expression studies of SCA in lily and confirmation of its role in pollen tube adhesion. Plant Molecular Biology. 51: 183-9
Lord EM, Mollet JC. (2002) Plant cell adhesion: a bioassay facilitates discovery of the first pectin biosynthetic gene. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 99: 15843-5
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