Hidehiro Fukaki

Kobe University, Kōbe-shi, Hyōgo-ken, Japan 
"Hidehiro Fukaki"
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Furuya T, Saegusa N, Yamaoka S, et al. (2024) A non-canonical BZR/BES transcription factor regulates the development of haploid reproductive organs in Marchantia polymorpha. Nature Plants
Uzaki M, Mori T, Sato M, et al. (2024) Integration of cell differentiation and initiation of monoterpenoid indole alkaloid metabolism in seed germination of Catharanthus roseus. The New Phytologist
Goto C, Ikegami A, Goh T, et al. (2023) Genetic Interaction between Arabidopsis SUR2/CYP83B1 and GNOM Indicates the Importance of Stabilizing Local Auxin Accumulation in Lateral Root Initiation. Plant & Cell Physiology
Narutaki A, Kahar P, Shimadzu S, et al. (2023) Sucrose Signaling Contributes to the Maintenance of Vascular Cambium by Inhibiting Cell Differentiation. Plant & Cell Physiology
Fukuda K, Uefune M, Fukaki H, et al. (2022) Aerial (+)-borneol modulates root morphology, auxin signalling and meristematic activity in Arabidopsis roots. Biology Letters. 18: 20210629
Goh T, Sakamoto K, Wang P, et al. (2022) Autophagy promotes organelle clearance and organized cell separation of living root cap cells in Arabidopsis thaliana. Development (Cambridge, England)
Uzaki M, Yamamoto K, Murakami A, et al. (2022) Differential regulation of fluorescent alkaloid metabolism between idioblast and lacticifer cells during leaf development in Catharanthus roseus seedlings. Journal of Plant Research
Jourquin J, Fernandez AI, Parizot B, et al. (2021) Two phylogenetically unrelated peptide-receptor modules jointly regulate lateral root initiation via a partially shared signaling pathway in Arabidopsis thaliana. The New Phytologist
Fujiwara M, Goh T, Tsugawa S, et al. (2021) Tissue growth constrains root organ outlines into an isometrically scalable shape. Development (Cambridge, England). 148
Olmo R, Cabrera J, Díaz-Manzano FE, et al. (2020) Root-knot nematodes induce gall formation by recruiting developmental pathways of post-embryonic organogenesis and regeneration to promote transient pluripotency. The New Phytologist
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