Adrienne H. Roeder

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
"Adrienne Roeder"


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Christopher R. Somerville research assistant 2000-2004 Carnegie Institution for Science, Stanford University
Martin Yanofsky grad student 2005 UCSD
 (Drawing a line in the Arabidopsis fruit: How the valve margin forms at the border between the valve and the replum.)
Elliot M Meyerowitz post-doc Cornell
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Zhu M, Roeder AH. (2020) Plants are better engineers: the complexity of plant organ morphogenesis. Current Opinion in Genetics & Development. 63: 16-23
Cammarata J, Roeder AH, Scanlon MJ. (2019) Cytokinin and CLE signaling are highly intertwined developmental regulators across tissues and species. Current Opinion in Plant Biology. 51: 96-104
Roeder AH, Harrison CJ. (2019) Editorial overview: Scaling development through the plant tree of life. Current Opinion in Plant Biology. 47
Sapala A, Runions A, Routier-Kierzkowska AL, et al. (2018) Why plants make puzzle cells, and how their shape emerges. Elife. 7
Roeder AH. (2018) Use it or average it: stochasticity in plant development. Current Opinion in Plant Biology. 41: 8-15
Sapala A, Runions A, Routier-Kierzkowska A, et al. (2018) Author response: Why plants make puzzle cells, and how their shape emerges Elife
Meyer HM, Teles J, Formosa-Jordan P, et al. (2017) Fluctuations of the transcription factor ATML1 generate the pattern of giant cells in the Arabidopsis sepal. Elife. 6
Hong L, Brown J, Segerson NA, et al. (2017) CUTIN SYNTHASE2 maintains progressively developing cuticular ridges in Arabidopsis sepals. Molecular Plant
Hong L, Roeder AH. (2017) Plant Development: Differential Growth Rates in Distinct Zones Shape an Ancient Plant Form. Current Biology : Cb. 27: R19-R21
Schwarz EM, Roeder AH. (2016) Transcriptomic Effects of the Cell Cycle Regulator LGO in Arabidopsis Sepals. Frontiers in Plant Science. 7: 1744
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