Winslow R. Briggs

Affiliations: 
1955-1967 Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
 1967-1973 Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
 1973-1993 Carnegie Institution for Science, USA 
Area:
phototropism
Website:
https://profiles.stanford.edu/winslow-briggs
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(1928 - 2019)
https://dpb.carnegiescience.edu/news/2019/2/memory-winslow-briggs
https://dpb.carnegiescience.edu/labs/briggs-lab
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Ralph H. Wetmore grad student 1956 Harvard (Chemistry Tree)
 (Studies on the morphology and physiology of leaf development in Osmunda Cinnamomea L.)

Children

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John A. Schaer research assistant
Robert D. Brain research assistant 1977
Stephanie B. Corchnoy grad student
Dong-Ho Woo grad student
Markus Zacherl grad student
Barbara C. Gillespie (Pickard) grad student 1959 Stanford
Watson M. Laetsch grad student 1961 Stanford
Tom K Scott grad student 1961 Stanford
Burke K. Zimmerman grad student 1962 Stanford
Lee H. Pratt grad student 1964 Stanford
Hyangju Paik Chon grad student 1965 Stanford
Barbara A. Koch grad student 1965 Stanford
Charles F. Cleland grad student 1966 Stanford
Malcolm L. Sargent grad student 1966 Stanford
Ian A Newman grad student 1968 University of Tasmania
Nancy L. Nicholson grad student 1968 Stanford
James A. McArthur grad student 1969 Stanford
Cornelis Rhee grad student 1970 Harvard
Harbert V. Rice grad student 1971 Harvard
Gary M Gardner grad student 1972 Harvard
Carl Stephen Pike grad student 1972 Harvard
Elaine M Tobin grad student 1973 Harvard
John M. Mackenzie grad student 1976 Harvard
Steven J. Britz grad student 1977 Harvard
Michael R. Blatt grad student 1980 Stanford
Holly L. Gorton grad student 1981 Stanford
Jeffrey D. Palmer grad student 1981 Stanford (Evolution Tree)
Terri L. Lomax grad student 1983 Stanford
Dina F. Mandoli grad student 1983 Stanford
James R. Shinkle grad student 1985 Stanford
Marta J Laskowski grad student 1990 Stanford
Karen E. Parker grad student 1990 Stanford
Timothy W. Short grad student 1991 Stanford
Elise S Larsen grad student 1996 Stanford
Margaret A Olney grad student 1999 Stanford
Haeyoung Cho grad student 2004-2005
John Christie post-doc University of Glasgow
Eva Huala post-doc
Koji Sakamoto post-doc
Masahiro Kasahara post-doc 1998-
Tong-Seung Tseng post-doc 2002-
Sophie Clowez post-doc 2018-
Shulamith Harel post-doc 1968-1969
Elizabeth B. Fosket post-doc 1969-1970 Harvard
William F. Thompson post-doc 1970-1972 Harvard
Dieter Marmé post-doc 1971-1972 Harvard
Moshe Negbi post-doc 1971-1972
Al Jesaitis post-doc 1974-1975 (Microtree)
Erich Schrott post-doc 1975-1976
John W. Cross post-doc 1976-1978
Roland Caubergs post-doc 1977-1978
Peter H. Quail post-doc 1976-1979
Christer Sundqvist post-doc 1979-1980
Tan-Yan Leong post-doc 1979-1981
Moritoshi Iino post-doc 1982-1984
Susan C. Spiller post-doc 1982-1984
Lon S Kaufman post-doc 1982-1985
Benjamin A. Horwitz post-doc 1985-1987
Ulrich Kutschera post-doc 1985-1987
Ralf Oelmüller post-doc 1987-1987
Brigitte Bruns post-doc 1986-1988
Loverine P Taylor post-doc 1985-1989
Anurag D Sagar post-doc 1987-1989 Carnegie Institution of Washington
Katherine M.F. Warpeha post-doc 1991-1992
Julie M Palmer post-doc 1990-1993
Philippe Reymond post-doc 1991-1993
Ewald Fernbach post-doc 1992-1994
Stephen Daniel post-doc 1993-1994
Emmanuel Liscum post-doc 1993-1996 Carnegie Institution of Washington
Paul W Oeller post-doc 1993-1996
Trevor E. Swartz post-doc 2000-2004
Christophe Tissier post-doc 2002-2004
David Christopher Nelson post-doc 2010-2011
In-Seob Han research scientist
Eirini Kaiserli research scientist Stanford
Dov Koller research scientist
Wolfhart Rüdiger research scientist
Michael Salomon research scientist
Bruce B. Stowe research scientist
XiaoQin Wang research scientist
Mary Helen Goldsmith research scientist 1978-
Eberhard Schäfer research scientist 1982-
Kohji Hasunuma research scientist 1990-
Harry Smith research scientist 1991-
Kenneth L. Poff research scientist 1992-
Philippe Reymond research scientist 1997-
Roberto Bogomolni research scientist 2011-
Rajnish Khanna research scientist 2012- Carnegie Institution for Science
William Kirkwood Purves research scientist 1968 Harvard
Jean Boisard research scientist 1971-1972
Larry N. Vanderhoef research scientist 1976-1977
Anastasios Melis research scientist 1979-1981
Rainer Hertel research scientist 1981-1982
Dow O. Woodward research scientist 1983-1984
Lewis Feldman research scientist 1985-1986
William R. Eisinger research scientist 1988-1989
Jeong-Woo Park research scientist 1998-1999
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Briggs WR. (2016) Plant Biology: Seedling Emergence through Soil. Current Biology : Cb. 26: R68-70
Kutschera U, Briggs WR. (2015) Phototropic solar tracking in sunflower plants: an integrative perspective. Annals of Botany
Briggs WR, Govindjee. (2015) Remembering Jeanette Snyder Brown (1925-2014). Photosynthesis Research
Sycz G, Carrica MC, Tseng TS, et al. (2015) LOV Histidine Kinase Modulates the General Stress Response System and Affects the virB Operon Expression in Brucella abortus. Plos One. 10: e0124058
Moni A, Lee AY, Briggs WR, et al. (2015) The blue light receptor Phototropin 1 suppresses lateral root growth by controlling cell elongation. Plant Biology (Stuttgart, Germany). 17: 34-40
Khanna R, Li J, Tseng TS, et al. (2014) COP1 jointly modulates cytoskeletal processes and electrophysiological responses required for stomatal closure. Molecular Plant. 7: 1441-54
Deng Z, Oses-Prieto JA, Kutschera U, et al. (2014) Blue light-induced proteomic changes in etiolated Arabidopsis seedlings. Journal of Proteome Research. 13: 2524-33
Briggs WR. (2014) Phototropism: some history, some puzzles, and a look ahead. Plant Physiology. 164: 13-23
Kutschera U, Briggs WR. (2013) Seedling development in buckwheat and the discovery of the photomorphogenic shade-avoidance response. Plant Biology (Stuttgart, Germany). 15: 931-40
Stanga JP, Smith SM, Briggs WR, et al. (2013) SUPPRESSOR OF MORE AXILLARY GROWTH2 1 controls seed germination and seedling development in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology. 163: 318-30
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