Marta J Laskowski

Biology Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH, United States 
"Marta Joan Laskowski" OR "Marta J Laskowski"
Bio: Dr. Laskowski received her B.S. from Indiana University and her Ph.D. from Stanford University. She is currently doing postdoctoral research with Dr. Ian Sussex at UC Berkeley. Dr. Laskowski's research focuses on the development of lateral root meristems in the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana


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Winslow R. Briggs grad student 1990 Stanford
 (Regulation of stem elongation in the Alaska pea seedling (Pisum saivum, L.))
Ian M. Sussex post-doc UC Berkeley


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Bradford Condon research assistant University of Tennessee
Kate A. Dreher research assistant (Cell Biology Tree)
Mary A. Gehring research assistant (Cell Biology Tree)
Zoe Lye research assistant NYU
Christine L. Palmer research assistant Castleton (LinguisTree)
Yiling Fang grad student Oberlin College
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Laskowski MJ, Tiley HC, Fang Y, et al. (2022) The miR156 juvenility factor and PLETHORA 2 form a regulatory network and influence timing of meristem growth and lateral root emergence. Development (Cambridge, England). 149
Laskowski M, Ten Tusscher KH. (2017) Periodic Lateral Root Priming: What Makes It Tick? The Plant Cell. 29: 432-444
Laskowski M. (2013) Lateral root initiation is a probabilistic event whose frequency is set by fluctuating levels of auxin response. Journal of Experimental Botany. 64: 2609-17
De Smet I, White PJ, Bengough AG, et al. (2012) Analyzing lateral root development: how to move forward. The Plant Cell. 24: 15-20
Laskowski M, Grieneisen VA, Hofhuis H, et al. (2008) Root system architecture from coupling cell shape to auxin transport. Plos Biology. 6: e307
Laskowski M, Biller S, Stanley K, et al. (2006) Expression profiling of auxin-treated Arabidopsis roots: toward a molecular analysis of lateral root emergence. Plant & Cell Physiology. 47: 788-92
Laskowski M. (2006) Teaching resources. Model of the TIR1 pathway for auxin-mediated gene expression. Science's Stke : Signal Transduction Knowledge Environment. 2006: tr1
Laskowski MJ, Dreher KA, Gehring MA, et al. (2002) FQR1, a novel primary auxin-response gene, encodes a flavin mononucleotide-binding quinone reductase. Plant Physiology. 128: 578-90
Sussex IM, Godoy JA, Kerk NM, et al. (1995) Cellular and molecular events in a newly organizing lateral root meristem. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 350: 39-43
Laskowski MJ, Williams ME, Nusbaum HC, et al. (1995) Formation of lateral root meristems is a two-stage process. Development (Cambridge, England). 121: 3303-10
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