Rajnish Khanna

Affiliations: 
Carnegie Institution for Science, USA 
Area:
Photobiology, soil health, biotechnology
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Priyanka Mehta research scientist 2017-
Riley Mahn research scientist 2018-

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Kent McCue collaborator ARS/USDA
Roberto Bogomolni collaborator 2012- UC Santa Cruz
Britt Koskella collaborator 2018- UC Berkeley (Evolution Tree)
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Kutschera U, Khanna R. (2016) Plant gnotobiology: Epiphytic microbes and sustainable agriculture. Plant Signaling & Behavior. 0
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
Preuss SB, Meister R, Xu Q, et al. (2012) Expression of the Arabidopsis thaliana BBX32 gene in soybean increases grain yield. Plos One. 7: e30717
Holtan HE, Bandong S, Marion CM, et al. (2011) BBX32, an Arabidopsis B-Box protein, functions in light signaling by suppressing HY5-regulated gene expression and interacting with STH2/BBX21. Plant Physiology. 156: 2109-23
Pokhilko A, Ramos JA, Holtan H, et al. (2011) Ubiquitin ligase switch in plant photomorphogenesis: A hypothesis. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 270: 31-41
Khanna R, Kronmiller B, Maszle DR, et al. (2009) The Arabidopsis B-box zinc finger family. The Plant Cell. 21: 3416-20
Khanna R, Shen Y, Marion CM, et al. (2007) The basic helix-loop-helix transcription factor PIF5 acts on ethylene biosynthesis and phytochrome signaling by distinct mechanisms. The Plant Cell. 19: 3915-29
Shen Y, Khanna R, Carle CM, et al. (2007) Phytochrome induces rapid PIF5 phosphorylation and degradation in response to red-light activation. Plant Physiology. 145: 1043-51
Khanna R, Shen Y, Toledo-Ortiz G, et al. (2006) Functional profiling reveals that only a small number of phytochrome-regulated early-response genes in Arabidopsis are necessary for optimal deetiolation. The Plant Cell. 18: 2157-71
Kikis EA, Khanna R, Quail PH. (2005) ELF4 is a phytochrome-regulated component of a negative-feedback loop involving the central oscillator components CCA1 and LHY. The Plant Journal : For Cell and Molecular Biology. 44: 300-13
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