Anna Anatolyevna Dobritsa

2003 Yale University, New Haven, CT 
"Anna Dobritsa"


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John Carlson grad student 2003 Yale
 (Molecular genetics of odor reception and development in Drosophila.)
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Mazuecos-Aguilera I, Romero-García AT, Klodová B, et al. (2021) The Role of INAPERTURATE POLLEN1 as a Pollen Aperture Factor Is Conserved in the Basal Eudicot (Papaveraceae). Frontiers in Plant Science. 12: 701286
Lee BH, Wang R, Moberg IM, et al. (2021) A species-specific functional module controls formation of pollen apertures. Nature Plants
Zhou Y, Dobritsa AA. (2020) Building portals in pollen. Nature Plants. 6: 334-335
Wang R, Dobritsa AA. (2020) Looking below the surface in plants. Elife. 9
Zhou Y, Dobritsa AA. (2019) Formation of aperture sites on the pollen surface as a model for development of distinct cellular domains. Plant Science : An International Journal of Experimental Plant Biology. 288: 110222
Plourde SM, Amom P, Tan M, et al. (2019) Changes in morphogen kinetics and pollen grain size are potential mechanisms of aberrant pollen aperture patterning in previously observed and novel mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana. Plos Computational Biology. 15: e1006800
Prunet N, Dobritsa AA. (2019) Decision letter: Imaging plant germline differentiation within Arabidopsis flowers by light sheet microscopy Elife
Lee BH, Weber ZT, Zourelidou M, et al. (2018) Arabidopsis protein kinase D6PKL3 is involved in formation of distinct plasma-membrane aperture domains on the pollen surface. The Plant Cell
Albert B, Ressayre A, Dillmann C, et al. (2018) Effect of aperture number on pollen germination, survival and reproductive success in Arabidopsis thaliana. Annals of Botany
Li P, Ben-Menni Schuler S, Reeder SH, et al. (2017) INP1 involvement in pollen aperture formation is evolutionarily conserved and may require species-specific partners. Journal of Experimental Botany
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