Arkadipta Bakshi

Affiliations: 
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
Area:
Plant Biology, Molecular Biology, Biochemistry,
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Brad M. Binder grad student 2012-2017 University of Tennessee, Knoxville (Neurotree)
Simon Gilroy post-doc 2017- UW Madison (Plant Biology Tree)
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Bakshi A, Gilroy S. (2022) Moving magnesium. Molecular Plant
Lacey RF, Allen CJ, Bakshi A, et al. (2018) Ethylene causes transcriptomic changes in during phototaxis. Plant Direct. 2: e00048
Moin M, Bakshi A, Madhav MS, et al. (2017) Expression Profiling of Ribosomal Protein Gene Family in Dehydration Stress Responses and Characterization of Transgenic Rice Plants Overexpressing for Water-Use Efficiency and Tolerance to Drought and Salt Stresses. Frontiers in Chemistry. 5: 97
Bakshi A, Piya S, Fernandez JC, et al. (2017) Ethylene receptors signal via a non-canonical pathway to regulate abscisic acid responses. Plant Physiology
Bakshi A, Moin M, Datla R, et al. (2017) Expression profiling of development related genes in rice plants ectopically expressing AtTOR. Plant Signaling & Behavior. 12: e1362519
Bakshi A, Moin M, Kumar MU, et al. (2017) Ectopic expression of Arabidopsis Target of Rapamycin (AtTOR) improves water-use efficiency and yield potential in rice. Scientific Reports. 7: 42835
Moin M, Bakshi A, Saha A, et al. (2016) Rice Ribosomal Protein Large Subunit Genes and Their Spatio-temporal and Stress Regulation. Frontiers in Plant Science. 7: 1284
Moin M, Bakshi A, Saha A, et al. (2016) Activation-tagging in indica rice identifies ribosomal proteins as potential targets for manipulation of water-use-efficiency and abiotic stress tolerance in plants. Plant, Cell & Environment
Bakshi A, Wilson RL, Lacey RF, et al. (2015) Identification of Regions in the Receiver Domain of the ETHYLENE RESPONSE1 Ethylene Receptor of Arabidopsis Important for Functional Divergence. Plant Physiology. 169: 219-32
Bakshi A, Shemansky JM, Chang C, et al. (2015) History of Research on the Plant Hormone Ethylene Journal of Plant Growth Regulation. 34: 809-827
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