PUBLICATIONS

 

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

Salazar-Vidal MN, Acosta-Segovia E, Sanchez-Leon N, Ahern KR, Brutnell TP & Sawers RJ (2016). Characterization and Transposon Mutagenesis of the Maize (Zea mays) Pho1 Gene Family. PLoS One, 11(9): e0161882. link to article

Ding Z, Zhang Y, Xiao Y, Liu F, Wang M, Zhu X, Liu P, Sun Q, Wang W, Peng M, Brutnell TP & Li P (2016). Transcriptome response of cassava leaves under natural shade. Scientific Reports, 6:31673. link to article

 Studer AJ, Schnable JC, Weissmann S, Kolbe A, McKain MR, Shao Y, Cousins AB, Kellogg EA & Brutnell TP (2016). The draft genome of Dichanthelium oligosanthes: a C3 panicoid grass species. Genome Biology, 17:233. link to article

Huang P, Studer AJ, Schnable JC, Kellogg EA & Brutnell TP (2016). Cross species selection scans identify components of C4 photosynthesis in the grasses. J Exp Bot [doi: 10.1093/jxb/erw256]. link to article

Sebastian J, Yee MC, Goudinho Viana W, Rellan-Alvarez R, Feldman M, Priest HD, Trontin C, Lee T, Jiang H, Baxter I, Mockler TC, Hochholdinger F, Brutnell TP & Dinneny JR (2016). Grasses suppress shoot-borne roots to conserve water during drought. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 113(31):8861-6. link to article

 Ding Z, Weissmann S, Wang M, Du B, Huang L, Wang L, Tu X, Zhong S, Myers C, Brutnell TP, Sun Q & Li P (2016). Identification of Photosynthesis-Associated C4 Candidate Genes through Comparative Leaf Gradient Transcriptome in Multiple Lineages of C3 and C4 Species (2015). PLoS One, 10(10):e0140629. link to article

Weissmann S, Ma F, Furuyama K, Gierse J, Berg RH, Shao Y, Taniguchi M, Allen DK & Brutnell TP. Interactions of C4 subtype metabolic activities and transport in maize are revealed through the characterization of dct2 mutants (2016). Plant Cell, 28:466-84. Link to article

Zhang N, Gibon Y, Wallace JG, Lepak NK, Li P, Dedow L, ChenC, So YS, Kremling K, Bradbury P, Brutnell TP, Stitt M & Buckler. Genome-wide association of carbon and nitrogen metabolism in the maize nested association mapping population (2015). Plant Physiol, 168(2):575-83. Link to article

 Zhang Y, Ding A, Ma F, Chauhan RD, Allen D, Brutnell TP, Wang W, Peng M & Li P. Transcriptional response to petiole heat girdling in cassava (2015). Sci Rep, 5:8414. Link to article

Fahlgren N, Feldman M, Gehan MA, Wilson MS, Shyu C, Bryant DW, Hill ST, McEntee CJ, Warnasooriya SN, Kumar I, Ficor T, Turnipseed S, Gilbert KB, Brutnell TP, Carrington JC, Mockler TC & Baxter I (2015). A Versatile Phenotyping System and Analytics Platform Reveals Diverse Temporal Responses to Water Availability in Setaria. Mol Plant, 8(10):1520-35. link to article

Kebrom TH & Brutnell TP (2015). Tillering in the sugary1 sweetcorn inbred is maintained by overriding the teosinte branched1 repressive signal. Plant Signal Behav, 10(12):e1078954.

 Zhang Y, Ding Z, Ma F, Chauhan RD, Allen DK, Brutnell TP, Wang W, Peng M, & Li P (2015). Transcriptional response to petiole heat girdling in cassava. Sci Rep, 12(5):8414-8422.

 Wang L, Czedik-Eysenberg A, Mertz R, Si Y, Tohge T, Nunes-Nesi A, Arrivault S, Dedow L, Bryant D, Zhou W, Xu J, Weissmann S, Studer A, Li P, Zhang C, LaRue T, Shao Y, Ding Z, Sun Q, Patel R, Turgeon R, Zhu X, Provart N, Mockler, T, Fernie A, Stitt M, Liu P & Brutnell TP (2014). Comparative analysis of C4 and C3 photosynthesis in developing leaves of maize and rice. Nat Biotech, 32(11):1158-1165. Link to article

 Tausta SL, Li P, Si Y, Gandotra N, Liu P, Sun Q, Brutnell TP & Nelson T (2014). Developmental dynamics of Kranz cell transcriptional specificity in maize leaf reveals early onset of C4-related processes. J Exp Bot, 65(13):3543-3555. Link to article

 Studer AJ, Gandin A, Kolbe AR, Wang L, Cousins AB & Brutnell TP (2014). A limited role for carbonic anhydrase in C4 photosynthesis as revealed by a ca1ca2 double mutant in maize. Plant Physiol, 165(2):608-617. Link to article

 Si Y, Liu P, Li P & Brutnell TP (2014). Model-Based Clustering for RNA-Seq Data. Bioinformatics, 30(2):197-205. Link to article

 Jiang H, Barbier H & Brutnell T (2013). Methods for performing crosses in Setaria viridis, a new model system for the grasses. J Vis Exp, (80), 2013, Oct 1. JOVE VIDEO and article

 Petti C, Shearer A, Tateno M, Ruwaya M, Nokes S, Brutnell T & Debolt S (2013). Comparative feedstock analysis in Setaria viridis L. as a model for C4 bioenergy grasses and Panicoid crop species. Front Plant Sci, 4(181), 2013, June 19. Link to article

Mauro-Herrera M, Wang X, Barbier H, Brutnell TP, Devos KM & Doust AN (2013). Genetic control and comparative genomic analysis of flowering time in Setaria (Poaceae). G3 (Bethesda), 3(2): 283-295. Link to article

Bennetzen JL, Schmutz J, Wang H, Percifield R, Hawkins J, Pontaroli AC, Estep M, Feng L, Vaughn JN, Grimwood J, Jenkins J, Barry K, Lindquist E, Hellsten U, Deshpande S, Wang X, Wu X, Mitros T, Triplett J, Yang X, Ye CY, Mauro-Herrera M, Wang L, Li P, Sharma M, Sharma R, Ronald PC, Panaud O, Kellogg EA, Brutnell TP,  Doust AN, Tuskan AN, Tuskan GA, Rokhsar D & Devos KM (2012). Reference genome sequence of the model plant Setaria. Nat Biotech, 30(6):555-561. Link to article

 Wang L, Si Y, Dedow LK, Shao Y, Liu P & Brutnell TP (2011). A low-cost library construction protocol and data analysis pipeline for Illumina-based strand-specific multiplex RNA-seq. PLoS One, 6(10):e26426. Link to article

 Whipple CJ, Kebrom TH, Weber AL, Yang F, Hall D, Meeley R, Schmidt R, Doebley J, Brutnell TP & Jackson DP (2011). grassy tillers1 promotes apical dominance in maize and responds to shade signals in the grasses. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 108(33):E506-E512Link to article

 Bai L & Brutnell TP (2011). The Activator/Dissociation transposable elements comprise a two-component gene regulatory switch that controls endogenous gene expression in maize. Genetics, 187(3):749-759. Link to article

 Sharma M, Cortes-Cruz M, Ahern KR, McMullin M, Brutnell TP & Chopra S (2011). Identification of the pr1 gene product completes the anthocyanin biosynthesis pathway of maize. Genetics, 188(1):69-U110. Link to article

 Li P, Ponnala L, Gandotra N, Wang L, Si Y, Tausta SL, Kebrom T, Provart N, Patel R, Myers CR, Reidel E, Turgeon R, Liu P, Sun Q, Nelson T & Brutnell TP (2010). The developmental dynamics of the maize leaf transcriptome. Nat Genet, 42:1060-1067. Link to article

 Vollbrecht E, Duvick J, Schares J, Ahern KR, Deewatthanawong P, Xu L, Conrad L, Kikuchi K, Kubinec T, Hall BD, Weeks R, Unger-Wallace E, Muszynski  M, Brendel VP & Brutnell TP (2010). Genome-wide distribution of transposed Dissociation elements in maize. Plant Cell, 22(6):1667-1685. Link to article

 Dubois PG, Olsefski GT, Flint-Garcia S, Setter TL, Hoekenga OA & Brutnell TP (2010). Physiological and genetic characterization of end-of-day far-red light response in maize seedlings. Plant Physiol, 154(1):173-186. Link to article

 The International Brachypodium Consortium (2010). Genome sequencing and analysis of the model grass Brachypodium distachyon. Nature, 463(7282):763-768. Link to article

 Yan J, Kandianis CB, Harjes CE, Bai L, Kim EH, Yang X, Skinner DJ, Fu Z, Mitchell S, Li Q, Fernandez MG, Zaharieva M, Babu R, Fu Y, Palacios N, Li J, Dellapenna D, Brutnell TP, Buckler ES, Warburton ML & Rocheford T (2010). Rare genetic variation at Zea mays crtRB1 increases beta-carotene in maize grain. Nat Genet, 42(4):322-U74. Link to article

 Kebrom TH, Brutnell TP & Finlayson SA (2010). Suppression of sorghum axillary bud outgrowth by shade, phyB and defoliation signaling pathways. Plant Cell Environ, 33(1):48-58. Link to article

Bai L, Kim EH, DellaPenna D & Brutnell TP (2009). Novel lycopene epsilon cyclase activities in maize revealed through perturbation of carotenoid biosynthesis. Plant J, 59(4):588-599. Link to article

 Schnable PS, et. al. (2009). The B73 Maize Genome: Complexity, diversity, and dynamics. Science, 326(5956):1112-1115. Link to article

 Zelitch I, Schultes NP, Peterson RB, Brown P & Brutnell TP (2009). High glycolate oxidase activity is required for survival of maize in normal air. Plant Physiol, 149(1):195-204. Link to article

 Gray J, Bevan M, Brutnell T, Buell CR, Cone K, Hake S, Jackson D, Kellogg E, Lawrence C, McCouch S, Mocker T, Moose S, Paterson A, Peterson T, Rokshar D, Mendees-Souza G, Springer N, Stein N, Timmermans M, Wang G-L & Grotewold E (2009). A Recommendation for Naming Transcriptome Factor Proteins in the Grasses. Plant Physiol, 149(1):4-6. Link to article

 Covshoff S, Majeran W, Liu P, Kolkman JM, van Wijk KJ & Brutnell TP (2008). Deregulation of maize C4 photosynthetic development in a mesophyll cell-defective mutant. Plant Physiol, 146(4):1469-1481. Link to article

 Harjes CE, Rocheford TR, Bai L, Brutnell TP, Kandianis CB, Sowinski SG, Stapleton AE, Vallabhaneni R, Williams M, Wurtzel ET, Yan J & Buckler ES (2008). Natural genetic variation in lycopene epsilon cyclase tapped for maize biofortification. Science, 319(5861):330-333. Link to article

 Conrad LJ, Bai L, Ahern K, Dusinberre K, Kane DP & Brutnell TP (2007). State II Dissociation element formation following Activator excision in maize. Genetics, 177(2):737-747. Link to article

 Qiu QS, Hardin SC, Mace J, Brutnell TP & Huber SC (2007). Light and metabolic signals control the selective degradation of sucrose synthase in maize leaves during deetiolation. Plant Physiol, 144(1):468-478. Link to article

 Sawers RJ, Liu P, Anufrikova K, Hwang JT & Brutnell TP (2007). A multi-treatment experimental system to examine photosynthetic differentiation in the maize leaf. BMC Genomics, 8:article#12. Link to article

 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. Link to article

 Sheehan MJ, Kennedy LM, Costich DE & Brutnell TP (2007). Subfunctionalization of PhyB1 and PhyB2 in the control of seedling and mature plant traits in maize. Plant J, 49(2):338-353. Link to article

 Bai L, Singh M, Pitt L, Sweeney M & Brutnell TP (2007). Generating novel allelic variation through Activator insertional mutagenesis in maize. Genetics, 175(3):981-992. Link to article

 Brutnell T, Dubois P & Kebrom T (2007). Enhancing the agronomic performance of grasses through the manipulation of light signaling pathways. Comp Biochem Phpysiol A-Mol Integr Physiol, 146(4):S231-S232.

 Garg A, Sawers RJH, Wang H, Kim JK, Walker J, Brutnell TP, Parthasarathy MV, Vierstra RD & Wu RJ (2006). Light-regulated overexpression of an Arabidopsis PHY A gene in rice alters plant architecture and increases grain yield. Planta, 223(4):627-636.

 Sawers RJ, Farmer PR, Moffett P & Brutnell TP (2006). In planta transient expression as a system for genetic and biochemical analyses of chlorophyll biosynthesis. Plant Methods, 2:article#15. Link to article

 Sawers RJ, Viney J, Farmer PR, Bussey RR, Olsefski G, Anufrikova K, Hunter CN & Brutnell TP (2006). The maize Oil yellow1 (Oy1) gene encodes the I subunit of magnesium chelatase. Plant Mol Biol, 60(1):95-106.

 Kolkman JM, Conrad LJ, Farmer PR, Hardeman K, Ahern KR, Lewis PE, Sawers RJ, Lebejko S, Chomet P & Brutnell TP (2005). Distribution of Activator (Ac) throughout the maize genome for use in regional mutagenesis. Genetics, 169(2):981-995. Link to article

 Conrad LJ & Brutnell TP (2005). Ac-immobilized, a stable source of Activator transposase that mediates sporophytic and gametophytic excision of Ds elements in maize. Genetics, 171(4):1999-2012. Link to article

 Sawers RJ, Linley PJ, Gutierrez-Marcos JF, Delli-Bovi T, Farmer PR, Kohchi T, Terry MJ & Brutnell TP (2004). The Elm1 (ZmHy2) gene of maize encodes a phytochromobilin synthase. Plant Physiol, 136(1):2771-2781. Link to article

 Sheehan MJ, Farmer PR & Brutnell TP (2004). Structure and expression of the maize phytochrome family homeologs. Genetics, 167(3):1395-1405. Link to article

 Markelz NH, Costich DE & Brutnell TP (2003). Photomorphogenic responses in maize seedling development. Plant Physiol, 133(4): 1578-1591. Link to article

 Singh M, Lewis PE, Hardemann K, Bai L, Rose JKC, Mazourek M, Chomet P &Brutnell TP (2003). Activator mutagenesis of the pink scutellum1/viviparous7 locus of maize. Plant Cell, 15(4):874-884. Link to article

 Costa LM, Gutierrez-Marcos JF, Brutnell TP, Greenland AJ & Dickinson HG (2003). The globby1-1 (glo1-1) mutation disrupts nuclear and cell division in the developing maize seed causing alterations in endosperm cell fate and tissue differentiation. Development, 130(20):5009-5017. Link to article

 Sawers RJH, Linley PJ, Farmer PR, Hanley NP, Costich DE, Terry MJ & Brutnell TP (2002). elongated mesocotyl1, a phytochrome-deficient mutant of maize. Plant Physiol, 130(1):155-163. Link to article

 Schultes NP, Sawers RJH, Brutnell TP & Krueger RW (2000). Maize high chlorophyll fluorescent 60 mutation is caused by an Ac disruption of the gene encoding the chloroplast ribosomal protein small subunit protein 17. Plant J, 21(4):317-327. Link to article

Brutnell TP, Sawers RJ, Mant A & Langdale JA (1999). BUNDLE SHEATH DEFECTIVE2, a novel protein required for post-translational regulation of the rbcL gene of maize. Plant Cell, 11(5):849-864. Link to article

 Brutnell T (1998). Unravelling Knotted1 gene function. Trends Genet, 14(5):177.

 Langdale J & Brutnell T (1998). Methylating silence. Trends Genet, 14(10):390.

 Brutnell TP, May BP & Dellaporta SL (1997). The Ac-st2 element of maize exhibits a positive dosage effect and epigenetic regulation. Genetics, 147(2):823-834. Link to article

Roth R, Hall LN, Brutnell TP & Langdale JA (1996). bundle sheath defective2, a mutation that disrupts the coordinated development of bundle sheath and mesophyll cells in the maize leaf. Plant Cell, 8(5):915-927. Link to article

 Schultes NP, Brutnell TP, Allen A, Dellaporta SL, Nelson T & Chen J (1996). Leaf permease1 gene of maize is required for chloroplast development. Plant Cell, 8(3):463-475. Link to article

 Brutnell TP & Dellaporta SL (1994). Somatic inactivation and reactivation of Ac associated with changes in cytosine methylation and transposase expression. Genetics, 138(1):213-225. Link to article

Huang P, Shyu C, Coelho C, Cao Y & Brutnell TP. Setaria viridis as a model system to advance millet genetics and genomics. Plant Genetics and Genomics, in press.

Kikuchi K, Shyu C & Brutnell TP. “Transposon tagging in Setaria viridis.” Genetics and Genomics of Setaria. Doust and Diao, eds., Springer, in press.

 Jiang H, Huang P & Brutnell TP. “Forward Genetics in Setaria viridis.” Genetics and Genomics of Setaria. Doust and Diao, eds., Springer, in press.

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. link to article 

Huang P & Feldman M. “Genetic diversity and geographic distribution of North American Setaria viridis populations.” Genetics and Genomics of Setaria. Doust and Diao, eds., Springer, in press.

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. link to article

OTHER PUBLICATIONS: INVITED REVIEWS, SYMPOSIUM ARTICLES, BOOK CHAPTERS

Patron NJ, Orzaez D, Marillonnet S, Warzecha H, Matthewman C, Youles M, Raitskin O, Leveau A, Farre-Martinez G, Rogers C, Smith A, Hibberd J, Ajioka J, Zipfel C, Jones J, Kuhn H, Robatzek S, van Esse P, 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-Richard A, Tissier A, Shih P, Brutnell TP, Heiko R, Fraser P, Aharoni A, Raines CA, & South P (2015). Standards for plant synthetic biology: a common syntax for exchange of DNA parts. New Phytol, 208(1):13-19. link to article

 Brutnell TP (2015). Model grasses hold key to crop improvement. Nature Plants, 1:15062. Link to article

 Shyu C & Brutnell TP (2015). Growth-defense balance in grass biomass production: the role of jasmonatesJ Exp Bot, 66(14):4165-76. Link to article

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. Link to article

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(22):2825-2834. Link to article

O’Connor SE & Brutnell TP (2014). Editorial overview: Growing the future: synthetic biology in plants. Curr Opin Plant Biol, 19:iv-v. Link to article

Mertz R & Brutnell TP (2014). Bundle sheath suberization in grass leaves: multiple barriers to characterization. J Exp Bot, 65(13):3371-3380. Link to article

Brutnell TP & Frommer WB (2012). Food for ThoughtThe Scientist, 26(6):23.

Weissmann S & Brutnell TP (2012). Engineering C4 photosynthetic regulatory networks. Curr Opin Biotechnol, 23(3):298-304. Link to purchase article

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. Link to article

Li P & Brutnell TP (2011). Setaria viridis and Setaria italica, model genetic systems for the Panicoid grasses. J Exp Bot, 62(9):3031-3037. Link to article

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 BiologyPlant Science, 2:article#34. Link to article

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.

 Wang L, Peterson RB & Brutnell TP (2011). Regulatory mechanisms underlying C4 photosynthesis. New Phytol, 190(1):9-20. Link to article

Brutnell TP (2010). “Phytochrome and light control of plant development” in Plant Physiology, V edition, Taiz and Zeiger eds., Sinauer Associates, Inc, publisher.

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. Link to article

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. Link to article

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, Advanced Genomics, vol. 3, Science Publishers.

Wang L, Li P & Brutnell TP (2010). Exploring plant transcriptomes using ultra high-throughput sequencing. Brief Funct Genomic Proteomic, 9(2):118-128.

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. Link to purchase article

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. Link to article

Conrad LJ, Kikuchi K & Brutnell TP (2008). “Transposon tagging in cereal crops” in Handbook of Plant Functional Genomics, Kahl and Meksem eds., Wiley Press, publisher.

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. Link to article

Brutnell T. Dubois P & Kebrom T (2007). Enhancing the agronomic performance of grasses through the manipulation of light signaling pathwaysComp Biochem Physiol A-Mol Integr Physiol, 146(4): S231-S232. Link to purchase article

Brutnell TP (2006). “Phytochrome and light control of plant development” in Plant Physiology, IV edition, eds. Taiz and Zeiger.

 Sawers RJH, Sheehan MJ & Brutnell TP (2005). Cereal phytochromes: targets of selection, targets for manipulation? Trends Plant Sci, 10(3):138-143.

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. Link to article

Brutnell TP & Conrad LJ (2003). “Transposon Tagging using Activator (Ac) in Maize” in Plant Functional Genomics, Methods in Molecular Biology, vol. 236.

Brutnell TP (2002). Transposon tagging in maize. Funct Integr Genomics, 2(1-2):4-12.

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.

 Brutnell TP & Langdale JA (1998). “Signals in leaf development” in Adv in Bot Res, vol. 28.

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