Terri L. Lomax

Affiliations: 
1987-2003 Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 
 2003-2006 Space Biology NASA, Houston, TX, United States 
 2006-2014 North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC 
 2014- RTI International 
Area:
Molecular Biology, Plant Culture Agriculture
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"Terri Lynn Lomax" OR "Terri L Lomax"
Bio:

https://books.google.com/books?id=0nIgAQAAIAAJ

Cross-listing: Plant Biology Tree

Parents

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Winslow R. Briggs grad student 1983 Stanford (Plant Biology Tree)
 (Auxin Transport by Membrane Vesicles)

Children

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Glenn Hicks grad student 1992 Oregon State
Andreas Madlung grad student 2000 Oregon State
Virginia Balbi grad student 2003 Oregon State
KwangChul Oh grad student 2004 Oregon State
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Ivanchenko MG, Coffeen WC, Lomax TL, et al. (2006) Mutations in the Diageotropica (Dgt) gene uncouple patterned cell division during lateral root initiation from proliferative cell division in the pericycle. The Plant Journal : For Cell and Molecular Biology. 46: 436-47
Oh K, Ivanchenko MG, White TJ, et al. (2006) The diageotropica gene of tomato encodes a cyclophilin: a novel player in auxin signaling. Planta. 224: 133-44
Lomax TL, Findlay KA, White TJ, et al. (2003) Plant-centered biosystems in space environments: technological concepts for developing a plant genetic assessment and control system. Gravitational and Space Biology Bulletin : Publication of the American Society For Gravitational and Space Biology. 16: 91-9
Balbi V, Lomax TL. (2003) Regulation of early tomato fruit development by the diageotropica gene. Plant Physiology. 131: 186-97
Oh K, Hardeman K, Ivanchenko MG, et al. (2002) Fine mapping in tomato using microsynteny with the Arabidopsis genome: the Diageotropica (Dgt) locus. Genome Biology. 3: research0049
Madlung A, Behringer FJ, Lomax TL. (1999) Ethylene plays multiple nonprimary roles in modulating the gravitropic response in tomato. Plant Physiology. 120: 897-906
Muday GK, Lomax TL, Rayle DL. (1995) Characterization of the growth and auxin physiology of roots of the tomato mutant, diageotropica. Planta. 195: 548-53
Hicks GR, Rice MS, Lomax TL. (1993) Characterization of auxin-binding proteins from zucchini plasma membrane. Planta. 189: 83-90
Lomax TL, Hicks GR. (1992) Specific auxin-binding proteins in the plasma membrane: receptors or transporters? Biochemical Society Transactions. 20: 64-9
Hicks GR, Rayle DL, Lomax TL. (1989) The diageotropica mutant of tomato lacks high specific activity auxin binding sites. Science (New York, N.Y.). 245: 52-4
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