Jeffrey F. Harper

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Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, La Jolla, CA, United States 
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Plant Pathology Agriculture, Biochemistry
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Sze H, Palanivelu R, Harper JF, et al. (2021) Holistic insights from pollen omics: Co-opting stress-responsive genes and ER-mediated proteostasis for male fertility. Plant Physiology
Jezek M, Silva-Alvim FAL, Hills A, et al. (2021) Guard cell endomembrane Ca-ATPases underpin a 'carbon memory' of photosynthetic assimilation that impacts on water-use efficiency. Nature Plants
Rutley N, Miller G, Wang F, et al. (2021) Enhanced Reproductive Thermotolerance of the Tomato Mutant Is Associated With Increased Accumulation of Flavonols in Pollen. Frontiers in Plant Science. 12: 672368
Abbasi B, Harper J, Ahmadvand S. (2021) A short critique on biomining technology for critical materials. World Journal of Microbiology & Biotechnology. 37: 87
López-Marqués RL, Davis JA, Harper JF, et al. (2021) Dynamic membranes: the multiple roles of P4 and P5 ATPases. Plant Physiology. 185: 619-631
Rahmati Ishka M, Brown E, Rosenberg A, et al. (2021) Arabidopsis Ca2+-ATPases 1, 2, and 7 in the endoplasmic reticulum contribute to growth and pollen fitness. Plant Physiology
Rutley N, Miller G, Wang F, et al. (2021) Enhanced Reproductive Thermotolerance of the Tomato high pigment 2 Mutant Is Associated With Increased Accumulation of Flavonols in Pollen Frontiers in Plant Science. 12
Davis JA, Pares RB, Palmgren M, et al. (2020) A potential pathway for flippase-facilitated glucosylceramide catabolism in plants. Plant Signaling & Behavior. 15: 1783486
Weigand C, Harper J. (2020) Decapitation Crosses to Test Pollen Fertility Mutations for Defects in Stigma-Style Penetration. Methods of Molecular Biology. 2160: 29-40
Davis JA, Pares RB, Bernstein T, et al. (2020) The lipid flippases ALA4 and ALA5 play critical roles in cell expansion and plant growth. Plant Physiology
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