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Bauer, S. et al.: UGT76B1, a promiscuous hub of small molecule-based immune signaling, glucosylates N-hydroxypipecolic acid, and balances plant immunity. Plant Cell 33, 714-734 (2021)
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Mascher, M.* et al.: Long-read sequence assembly: A technical evaluation in barley. Plant Cell, DOI: 10.1093/plcell/koab077 (2021)
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Wietrzynski, W. ; Traverso, E.* ; Wollman, F.A.* & Wostrikoff, K.*: The state of oligomerization of Rubisco controls the rate of synthesis of the Rubisco large subunit in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii. Plant Cell 33, 1706-1727 (2021)
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Garcia, V.J.* et al.: TRIPP is a plant-specific component of the Arabidopsis TRAPPII membrane trafficking complex with important roles in plant development. Plant Cell 32, 2424-2443 (2020)
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Lantzouni, O.* ; Alkofer, A. ; Falter-Braun, P. & Schwechheimer, C.*: Growth-regulating factors interact with DELLAs and regulate growth in cold stress. Plant Cell 32, 1018-1034 (2020)
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Georgii, E. et al.: The systems architecture of molecular memory in poplar after abiotic stress. Plant Cell 31, 346-367 (2019)
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Riedlmeier, M. et al.: Monoterpenes support systemic acquired resistance within and between plants. Plant Cell 29, 1440-1459 (2017)
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Unterholzner, S.J.* et al.: Brassinosteroids are master regulators of gibberellin biosynthesis in arabidopsis. Plant Cell 27, 2261-2272 (2015)
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Sambade, A.* ; Findlay, K.* ; Schäffner, A. ; Lloyd, C.W.* & Buschmann, H.*: Actin-dependent and -independent functions of cortical microtubules in the differentiation of Arabidopsis leaf trichomes. Plant Cell 26, 1629-1644 (2014)
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Irmisch, S.* et al.: Two herbivore-induced cytochrome P450 enzymes CYP79D6 and CYP79D7 catalyze the formation of volatile aldoximes involved in poplar defense. Plant Cell 25, 4737-4754 (2013)
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Martis, M.M. et al.: Reticulate evolution of the rye genome. Plant Cell 25, 3685-3698 (2013)
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Prado, K.* et al.: Regulation of Arabidopsis leaf hydraulics involves light-dependent phosphorylation of aquaporins in veins. Plant Cell 25, 1029-1039 (2013)
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Laurie, J.D.* et al.: Genome comparison of barley and maize smut fungi reveals targeted loss of RNA silencing components and species-specific presence of transposable elements. Plant Cell 24, 1733-1745 (2012)
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International Arabidopsis Informatics Consortium (Mayer, K.F.X.): Taking the next step: Building an Arabidopsis information portal. Plant Cell 24, 2248-2256 (2012)
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Mayer, K.F.X. et al.: Unlocking the barley genome by chromosomal and comparative genomics. Plant Cell 23, 1249-1263 (2011)
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von Saint Paul, V. et al.: The Arabidopsis glucosyltransferase UGT76B1 conjugates isoleucic acid and modulates plant defense and senescence. Plant Cell 23, 4124-4145 (2011)
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Wicker, T.* et al.: Frequent gene movement and pseudogene evolution is common to the large and complex genomes of wheat, barley, and their relatives. Plant Cell 23, 1706-1718 (2011)
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Lindermayr, C. ; Sell, S. ; Müller, B.* ; Leister, D.* & Durner, J.: Redox regulation of the NPR1-TGA1 system of Arabidopsis thaliana by nitric oxide. Plant Cell 22, 2894-2907 (2010)
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Buschmann, H. ; Hauptmann, M. ; Niessing, D. ; Lloyd, C.W.* & Schäffner, A.: Helical growth of the Arabidopsis mutant tortifolia2 does not depend on cell division patterns but involves handed twisting of isolated cells. Plant Cell 21, 2090-2106 (2009)
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Shiu, S.-H.* et al.: Comparative analysis of the receptor-like kinase family in Arabidopsis and rice. Plant Cell 16, 1220-1234 (2004)