Jocelyn Malamy

Molecular Genetics and Cell Biology University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
Botany Biology, Genetics, Plant Physiology
"Jocelyn Malamy"
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Karen I. Deak grad student 2008 Chicago (Cell Biology Tree)
Dana R. MacGregor grad student 2008 Chicago (Cell Biology Tree)
Paul A. Ingram grad student 2010 Chicago (Cell Biology Tree)
Peter S. Roycewicz grad student 2010 Chicago (Cell Biology Tree)
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Roycewicz PS, Malamy JE. (2014) Cell wall properties play an important role in the emergence of lateral root primordia from the parent root. Journal of Experimental Botany. 65: 2057-69
Roycewicz P, Malamy JE. (2012) Dissecting the effects of nitrate, sucrose and osmotic potential on Arabidopsis root and shoot system growth in laboratory assays. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 367: 1489-500
Ingram P, Dettmer J, Helariutta Y, et al. (2011) Arabidopsis Lateral Root Development 3 is essential for early phloem development and function, and hence for normal root system development. The Plant Journal : For Cell and Molecular Biology. 68: 455-67
Nicolaescu V, Malamy J. (2011) Polycomb a potential barrier to de-differentiation in somatic plant tissue Developmental Biology. 356: 214
Malamy JE. (2009) Lateral Root Formation Root Development. 37: 83-126
Macgregor DR, Deak KI, Ingram PA, et al. (2008) Root system architecture in Arabidopsis grown in culture is regulated by sucrose uptake in the aerial tissues. The Plant Cell. 20: 2643-60
Malamy J. (2007) Transgene expression in regenerated roots. Csh Protocols. 2007: pdb.prot4691
Fitz Gerald JN, Lehti-Shiu MD, Ingram PA, et al. (2006) Identification of quantitative trait loci that regulate Arabidopsis root system size and plasticity. Genetics. 172: 485-98
Little DY, Rao H, Oliva S, et al. (2005) The putative high-affinity nitrate transporter NRT2.1 represses lateral root initiation in response to nutritional cues. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 102: 13693-8
Malamy JE. (2005) Intrinsic and environmental response pathways that regulate root system architecture Plant, Cell and Environment. 28: 67-77
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