Professor Andrew Fleming - Publications
Stomata and sporophytes of the model moss physcomitrium patens. Frontiers in Plant Science, 11. View this article in WRRO
Cellular perspectives for improving mesophyll conductance. The Plant Journal. View this article in WRRO
The developmental relationship between stomata and mesophyll airspace. New Phytologist, 225(3), 1120-1126.
Mesophyll porosity is modulated by the presence of functional stomata. Nature Communications, 10(1). View this article in WRRO
Reduced stomatal density in bread wheat leads to increased water-use efficiency. Journal of Experimental Botany, 70(18), 4737-4748.
Investigating the microstructure of plant leaves in 3D with lab-based X-ray computed tomography. Plant Methods, 14(1). View this article in WRRO
Models and Mechanisms of Stomatal Mechanics. Trends in Plant Science, 23(9), 822-832. View this article in WRRO
Cell density and airspace patterning in the leaf can be manipulated to increase leaf photosynthetic capacity. The Plant Journal, 92(6), 981-994. View this article in WRRO
Shape Control: Cell Growth Hits the Mechanical Buffers. Current Biology, 27(22), R1231-R1233. View this article in WRRO
Stomatal Opening Involves Polar, Not Radial, Stiffening Of Guard Cells. Current Biology, 27(19), 2974-2983.e2. View this article in WRRO
Formation of the Stomatal Outer Cuticular Ledge Requires a Guard Cell Wall Proline-Rich Protein. Plant Physiology, 174(2), 689-699. View this article in WRRO
Origins and evolution of stomatal development. Plant physiology, 147(2). View this article in WRRO
Origin and function of stomata in the moss Physcomitrella patens.. Nature Plants, 2. View this article in WRRO
Stomatal Function Requires Pectin De-methyl-esterification of the Guard Cell Wall. Current Biology, 26(21), 2899-2906. View this article in WRRO
An ancestral stomatal patterning module revealed in the non-vascular land plant Physcomitrella patens.. Development, 143, 3306-3314. View this article in WRRO
Combined Chlorophyll Fluorescence and Transcriptomic Analysis Identifies the P3/P4 Transition as a Key Stage in Rice Leaf Photosynthetic Development. Plant Physiology, 170(3), 1655-1674. View this article in WRRO
Auxin influx importers modulate serration along the leaf margin. The Plant Journal, 83(4), 705-718. View this article in WRRO
Sweet size control in tomato. Nature Genetics, 47(7), 698-699.
Conservation ofMale Sterility 2function during spore and pollen wall development supports an evolutionarily early recruitment of a core component in the sporopollenin biosynthetic pathway. New Phytologist, 205(1), 390-401.
Variable expansin expression in Arabidopsis leads to different growth responses.. J Plant Physiol, 171(3-4), 329-339.
Increased leaf mesophyll porosity following transient retinoblastoma- related protein silencing is revealed by microcomputed tomography imaging and leads to a system-level physiological response to the altered cell division pattern. Plant Journal, 76(6), 914-929. View this article in WRRO
Genome-wide transcriptomic analysis of the sporophyte of the moss Physcomitrella patens.. J Exp Bot, 64(12), 3567-3581. View this article in WRRO
Seeing space: Visualization and quantification of plant leaf structure using X-ray micro-computed tomography. Journal of Experimental Botany, 64(2), 385-390.
552 How plants conquered the land : An EvoDevo analysis of the spore wall. 日本花粉学会会誌, 58(Special), 249.
Inducible repression of multiple expansin genes leads to growth suppression during leaf development.. Plant Physiol, 159(4), 1759-1770.
Gall formation in clubroot-infected Arabidopsis results from an increase in existing meristematic activities of the host but is not essential for the completion of the pathogen life cycle.. Plant J, 71(2), 226-238.
Gall formation in clubroot-infected Arabidopsis results from an increase in existing meristematic activities of the host but is not essential for the completion of the pathogen life cycle. Plant Journal, 71(2), 226-238.
Morphogenesis: forcing the tissue.. Curr Biol, 21(20), R840-R841.
A shift toward smaller cell size via manipulation of cell cycle gene expression acts to smoothen Arabidopsis leaf shape.. Plant Physiol, 156(4), 2196-2206.
Targeted manipulation of leaf form via local growth repression.. Plant J, 66(6), 941-952.
Evolutionary development of the plant and spore wall.. AoB Plants, 2011, plr027. View this article in WRRO
Regulatory mechanism controlling stomatal behavior conserved across 400 million years of land plant evolution.. Curr Biol, 21(12), 1025-1029.
From molecule to model, from environment to evolution: an integrated view of growth and development. CURR OPIN PLANT BIOL, 13(1), 1-4.
Validation of unsupervised clustering methods for leaf phenotype screening. Proceedings of the 18th European Symposium on Artificial Neural Networks - Computational Intelligence and Machine Learning, ESANN 2010, 511-516.
LEAFPROCESSOR: a new leaf phenotyping tool using contour bending energy and shape cluster analysis.. New Phytol, 187(1), 251-261.
Phased control of expansin activity during leaf development identifies a sensitivity window for expansin-mediated induction of leaf growth.. Plant Physiol, 151(4), 1844-1854.
Differential expression of the CBF pathway and cell cycle-related genes in Arabidopsis accessions in response to chronic low-temperature exposure. PLANT BIOLOGY, 11(3), 273-283.
Conditional Repression of AUXIN BINDING PROTEIN1 Reveals That It Coordinates Cell Division and Cell Expansion during Postembryonic Shoot Development in Arabidopsis and Tobacco. PLANT CELL, 20(10), 2746-2762.
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