PUBLICATIONS

PUBLICATIONS

Other Publications: Invited Reviews, Symposium Articles, Book Chapters
1. Coelho C, Huang P, Lee DY & Brutnell TP (2017). Making Roots, Shoots and Seeds: IDD Gene Family Diversification in       Plants. Trends Plant Sci, DOI: 10.1016/j.plants.2017.09.008.
2. Kikuchi K, Shyu C & Brutnell TP (2017). “Transposon tagging in Setaria viridis.” Genetics and Genomics of Setaria.            Doust and Diao, eds., Springer, chapter 19.
3. Jiang H, Huang P & Brutnell TP (2017). “Forward Genetics in Setaria viridis.” Genetics and Genomics of Setaria.                 Doust and Diao, eds., Springer, chapter 18.
4. Coelho C, Huang P & Brutnell TP (2017). “Setaria viridis as a Model for C4 Photosynthesis.” Genetics and Genomics         of Setaria. Doust and Diao, eds., Springer, chapter 17.
5. Huang P, Shyu C, Coelho C, Cao Y & Brutnell TP (2016). Setaria viridis as a model system to advance millet genetics        and genomics. Frontiers in Plant Science, 7.
6. Altpeter F, Springer NM, Bartley LE, Blechl A, Brutnell TP, Citovsky V, Conrad L, Gelvin SB, Jackson D, Kausch AP,              Lemaux PG, Medford JI, Orozo-Cardenas M, Tricoli D, VanEck J, Voytas DF, Walbot V, Wang K, Zhang ZJ & Steward          CN (2016). Advancing Crop Transformation in the Era of Genome Editing. Plant Cell, 28(7):1510-20.
7. Huang P & Brutnell TP (2016). A synthesis of transcriptomic surveys to dissect the genetic basis of C4                                photosynthesis. Curr Opin Plant Biol, 31:91-99.
8. Patron NJ, Orzaez D, Marillonnet S, Warzecha H, Matthewman C, Youles M, Raitskin O, Leveau A, Farre G, Rogers C,        Smith A, Hibberd J,Webb AA, Locke J, Schornack S, Ajioka J, Baulcombe DC, Zipfel C, Kamoun S, Jones JD, Kuhn H,            Robatzek S, Van Esse HP, Sanders D, Oldroyd G, Martin C, Field R, O’Connor S, Fox S, Wulff B, Miller B, Breakspear          A, Radhakrishnan G, Delaus PM, Loque D, Granell A, Tissier A, Shih P, Brutnell TP, Quick WP, Rischer H, Fraser PD,          Aharoni A, Raines C, South PF, Ane JM, Hamberger BR, Langdale J, Stouggard J, Bouwmeester H, Udvardi M, Murray      JA, Ntoukakis V, Schafer P, Denby K, Edwards KJ, Osbourn A, & Haseloff J (2015). Standards for plant synthetic                biology: a common syntax for exchange of DNA parts. New Phytol, 208(1):13-19.
9. Brutnell TP (2015). Model grasses hold key to crop improvement. Nature Plants, 1:15062.
10. Shyu C & Brutnell TP (2015). Growth-defense balance in grass biomass production: the role of jasmonates. J Exp            Bot, 66(14):4165-76.
11. Brutnell TP, Bennetzen JL & Vogel JP (2015). Brachypodium distachyon and Setaria viridis: model genetic systems            for the grasses. Annu Rev Plant Biol, 66:465-85.
12. Warnasooriya SN & Brutnell TP (2014). Enhancing the productivity of grasses under high-density planting by                  engineering light responses: from model systems to feedstocks. J Exp Bot, 65(11): 2825-2834.
13. O’Connor SE & Brutnell TP (2014). Editorial overview – Growing the future: synthetic biology in plants. Curr Opin               Plant Biol 19:iv-v.
14. Mertz R & Brutnell TP (2014). Bundle sheath suberization in grass leaves: multiple barriers to characterization. J              Exp Bot, 65(13):3371-3380.
15. Brutnell TP & Frommer, WB (2012). Food for Thought. The Scientist, 26(6):23.
16. Weissmann S & Brutnell TP (2012). Engineering C4 photosynthetic regulatory networks. Curr Opin Biotechnol,                  23(3):298-304.
17. Brkljacic J, Grotewold E, Scholl R, Mockler T, Garvin DF, Vain P, Brutnell T, Sibout R, Bevan M, Budak H, Caicedo AL,          Gao C, Gu Y, Hazen SP, Holt BF 3rd, Hong SY, Jordan M, Manzaneda AJ, Mitchell-Olds T, Mochida K, Mur LA, Park            CM, Sedbrook J, Watt M, Zheng SJ, & Vogel JP (2011). Brachypodium as a model for the grasses: today and the                future. Plant Physiol, 157(1):3-13.
18. Li P & Brutnell TP (2011) Setaria viridis and Setaria italica, model genetic systems for the Panicoid grasses. J Exp            Bot, 62(9):3031-3037.
19. Goff SA, Vaughn M, McKay S, Lyons E, Stapleton AE, Gessler D, Matasci N, Wang L, Hanlon M, Lenards A, Muir A,            Merchant N, Lowry S, Mock S, Helmke M, Kubach A, Narro M, Hopkins N, Micklos D, Hilgert U, Gonzales M, Jordan C,        Skidmore E, Dooley R, Cazes J, McLay R, Lu Z, Pasternak S, Koesterke L, Piel WH, Grene R, Noutsos C, Gendler K,              Feng X, Tang C, Lent M, Kim SJ, Kvilekval K, Manjunath BS, Tannen V, Stamatakis A, Sanderson M, Welch SM,                    Cranston KA, Soltis P, Soltis D, O’Meara B, Ane C, Brutnell T, Kleibenstein DJ, White JW, Leebens-Mack J, Donoghue        MJ, Spalding EP, Vision TJ, Myers CR, Lowenthal D, Enquist BJ, Boyle B, Akoglu A, Andrews G, Ram S, Ware D, Stein        L, & Sanzione D (2011). The iPlant Collaborative: Cyberinfrastructure for Plant Biology. Plant Science, 2:article#34.
20. Dubois PG & Brutnell TP (2011). Topology of a maize field: distinguishing the influence of end-of-day far-red light            and shade avoidance syndrome on plant height. Plant Signal Behav, 6(4):467-470.
21. Wang L, Peterson RB & Brutnell TP (2011). Regulatory mechanisms underlying C(4) photosynthesis. New Phytol,            190(1):9-20.
22. Brutnell TP (2010) “Phytochrome and light control of plant development” in Plant Physiology V edition, Taiz and              Zeiger eds., Sinauer Associates, Inc., Sunderland, MA, pp. 493-520.
23. Brutnell TP, Wang L, Swartwood K, Goldschmidt A, Jackson D, Zhu X-G, Kellogg E & Van Eck J (2010). Setaria                  viridis: a model for C4 photosynthesis. Plant Cell, 22(8):2537-2544.
24. Kebrom TH, Brutnell TP, Hays DB & Finlayson SA (2010). Vegetative axillary bud dormancy induced by shade and          defoliation signals in the grasses. Plant Signal Behav, 5(3):317-319.
25. Kikuchi K, Chesnais C, Regan S & Brutnell TP (2010). “Concepts and strategies for reverse genetics in field, forest            and bioenergy crop species” in Principles and Practices of Plant Genomics, vol. 3 Advanced Genomics, Science                Publishers. pp.354-398.
26. Wang L, Li P & Brutnell TP (2010). Exploring plant transcriptomes using ultra high-throughput sequencing. Brief              Funct Genomic Proteomic, 9(2):118-128.
27. Ahern KR, Deewatthanawong P, Schares J, Muszynski M, Weeks R, Vollbrecht E, Duvick J, Brendel VP & Brutnell TP        (2009). Regional mutagenesis using Dissociation in maize. Methods, 49(3):248-254.
28. Gray J, Bevan M, Brutnell T, Buell CR, Cone K, Hake S, Jackson D, Kellogg E, Lawrence C, McCouch S, Mockler T,                Moose S, Paterson A, Peterson T, Rokshar D, Mendes-Souza G, Springer N, Stein N, Timmermans M, Wang G-L &            Grotewold E(2009). A recommendation for Naming Transcription Factor Proteins in the Grasses. Plant Physiol,                  149(1):4-6.
29. Conrad LJ, Kikuchi K & Brutnell TP (2008). “Transposon tagging in cereal crops” in Handbook of Plant Functional               Genomics: Concepts and Protocols, Kahl and Meksem eds., Wiley Press, pp. 267-290.
30. Kebrom TH & Brutnell TP (2007). The molecular analysis of the shade avoidance syndrome in the grasses has                  begun. J Exp Bot, 58(12):3079-3089.
31. Brutnell T, Dubois P & Kebrom T (2007). Enhancing the agronomic performance of grasses through the                              manipulation of light signaling pathways. Comp Biochem Physiol A-Mol Integr Physiol, 146(4):S231-S232.
32. Brutnell TP (2006). “Phytochrome and light control of plant development” in Plant Physiology IV edition, eds. Taiz            and Zeiger.
33. Sawers RJH, Sheehan MJ & Brutnell TP (2005). Cereal phytochromes: targets of selection, targets for manipulation          Trends Plant Sci, 10(3): 138-143.
34. Timmermans MC, Brutnell TP & Becraft PW (2004). The 46th annual maize genetics conference: Unlocking the                 secrets of the maize genome. Plant Physiol, 136(1): 2633-2640.
35. Brutnell TP & Conrad LJ (2003). “Transposon Tagging using Activator (Ac) in Maize” in Plant Functional Genomics,          Methods in Molecular Biology, vol. 236, pp. 157-175.
36. Brutnell TP (2002). Transposon tagging in maize. Funct Integr Genomics 2(1-2): 4-12.
37. Hall LN, Roth R, Brutnell TP & Langdale JA (1998). Cellular differentiation in the maize leaf is disrupted by bundle            sheath defective mutations. Symp Soc Exp Biol, 51: 27-31.
38. Brutnell TP & Langdale JA (1998). “Signals in leaf development” in Adv in Bot Res, vol. 28, pp. 162-196.

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