Brian G. Ayre, Ph.D.
|2003-||Biological Sciences||University of North Texas, Denton, TX, United States|
Area:Biochemistry, Botany Biology, Physiology Biology
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|McGarry RC, Ayre BG. (2021) Cotton architecture: examining the roles of SINGLE FLOWER TRUSS and SELF-PRUNING in regulating growth habits of a woody perennial crop. Current Opinion in Plant Biology. 59: 101968|
|McGarry RC, Rao X, Li Q, et al. (2020) SINGLE FLOWER TRUSS and SELF-PRUNING signal developmental and metabolic networks to guide cotton architectures. Journal of Experimental Botany|
|Ayre BG, El-Gebaly FE, McGarry RC. (2020) Virus-induced flowering-a tool for cereals. Journal of Experimental Botany. 71: 2839-2841|
|Prewitt SF, Ayre BG, McGarry RC. (2018) Cotton CENTRORADIALIS / TERMINAL FLOWER 1 / SELF-PRUNING genes functionally diverge to differentially impact architecture. Journal of Experimental Botany|
|McGarry RC, Klocko AL, Pang M, et al. (2016) Virus-induced flowering: An application of reproductive biology to benefit plant research and breeding. Plant Physiology|
|McGarry RC, Prewitt SF, Culpepper S, et al. (2016) Monopodial and sympodial branching architecture in cotton is differentially regulated by the Gossypium hirsutum SINGLE FLOWER TRUSS and SELF-PRUNING orthologs. The New Phytologist|
|Khadilkar AS, Yadav UP, Salazar C, et al. (2016) Constitutive and companion cell-specific overexpression of AVP1, encoding a proton-pumping pyrophosphatase, enhances biomass accumulation, phloem loading, and long-distance transport1[OPEN] Plant Physiology. 170: 401-414|
|Ramesh D, Ayre BG, Webber CL, et al. (2015) Dynamic mechanical analysis, surface chemistry and morphology of alkali and enzymatic retted kenaf fibers Textile Research Journal. 85: 2059-2070|
|Lifschitz E, Ayre BG, Eshed Y. (2014) Florigen and anti-florigen - a systemic mechanism for coordinating growth and termination in flowering plants. Frontiers in Plant Science. 5: 465|
|Dasgupta K, Khadilkar AS, Sulpice R, et al. (2014) Expression of Sucrose Transporter cDNAs Specifically in Companion Cells Enhances Phloem Loading and Long-Distance Transport of Sucrose but Leads to an Inhibition of Growth and the Perception of a Phosphate Limitation. Plant Physiology. 165: 715-731|