|| first + last author
|Natural variation in the C-Repeat Binding Factor (CBF) cold response pathway correlates with local adaptation of Arabidopsis ecotypes
||Gehan et al.
Plant Journal 2015
|BZR1 interacts with HY5 to mediate brassinosteroid- and light-regulated cotyledon opening in Arabidopsis in darkness
||Li and He
Molecular Plant 2015
|Insight into a physiological role of the EC nighttime repressor in the Arabidopsis circadian clock
||Mizuno et al.
|Natural alleles of a proteasome α 2 subunit gene contribute to thermotolerance and adaptation of African rice
||Li et al.
|HEMERA Couples the Proteolysis and Transcriptional Activity of PHYTOCHROME INTERACTING FACTORs in Arabidopsis Photomorphogenesis
||Qiu et al.
|The Transcriptional Regulator BBX19 Promotes Hypocotyl Growth by Facilitating COP1-Mediated EARLY FLOWERING3 Degradation in Arabidopsis
|| Wang et al
|Arabidopsis DET1 degrades HFR1 but stabilizes PIF1 to precisely regulate seed germination
|| PNAS 2015
|The Coding of Temperature in the Drosophila Brain
|| Cell 2011
|Arabidopsis HFR1 Is a Potential Nuclear Substrate Regulated by the Xanthomonas Type III Effector XopDXcc8004.
|| P1 2015
|Climate variation explains a third of global crop yield variability
|| NC 2015
|Plasticity to simulated shade is associated with altitude in structured populations of Arabidopsis thaliana
|| PCE 2014
|Combinatorial Complexity in a Transcriptionally Centered Signaling Hub in Arabidopsis
|| MP 2014
|BR-dependent phosphorylation modulates PIF4 transcriptional activity and shapes diurnal hypocotyl growth
|| GD 2014
|UV-B-Responsive Association of the Arabidopsis bZIP Transcription Factor ELONGATED HYPOCOTYL5 with Target Genes, Including Its Own Promoter
|| PC 2014 + feature
|Differentially Phased Leaf Growth and Movements in Arabidopsis Depend on Coordinated Circadian and Light Regulation
|| PC 2014
|Natural CMT2 Variation Is Associated With Genome-Wide Methylation Changes and Temperature Seasonality
|| PLoS G 2014
|The Arabidopsis thaliana RNA-binding protein FCA regulates thermotolerance by modulating the detoxification of reactive oxygen species
|| NP 2014
|Genetic Variation for Life History Sensitivity to Seasonal Warming in Arabidopsis thaliana
|| G 2014
|Light and COP1 regulate level of overexpressed DET1 protein
|| PS 2015
|Arabidopsis DET1 Represses Photomorphogenesis in part by Negatively Regulating DELLA Protein Abundance in Darkness
|| MP 2015
|Global analysis of cis-natural antisense transcripts and their heat-responsive nat-siRNAs in Brassica rapa
|| BMC 2013
|Linked circadian outputs control elongation growth and flowering in response to photoperiod and temperature
|| MSB 2015
|Cellular auxin homeostasis under high temperature is regulated through a sorting NEXIN1-dependent endosomal trafficking pathway
|| PC 2011
|Negative regulatory roles of DE-ETIOLATED1 in flowering time in Arabidopsis
|| Kang et al.
|| SciRep 2015
|Genetic and epigenetic control of plant heat responses
||Liu et al.
|| Front.PlantSci 2015
|CUL4 forms an E3 ligase with COP1 and SPA to promote light-induced degradation of PIF1
||Zhu et al.
|| NC 2015
|The spliceosome assembly factor GEMIN2 attenuates the effects of temperature on alternative splicing and circadian rhythms.
|| Schlaen et al.
|| PNAS 2015
|The effect of temperature on the male and female recombination landscape of barley
||Phillips et al.
|Phosphorylation of CONSTANS and its COP1-dependent degradation during photoperiodic flowering of Arabidopsis
||Sarid-Krebs et al.
|| PJ 2015
|The EC Night-Time Repressor Plays a Crucial Role in Modulating Circadian Clock Transcriptional Circuitry by Conservatively Double-Checking Both Warm-Night and Night-Time-Light Signals in a Synergistic Manner in Arabidopsis thaliana
||Mizuno et al.
|| PP 2014
|SHW1 Interacts with HY5 and COP1, and Promotes COP1-mediated Degradation of HY5 During Arabidopsis Seedling Development
||Srivastava et al.
|| PP 2015
|Modulation of Ambient Temperature-Dependent Flowering in Arabidopsis thaliana by Natural Variation of FLOWERING LOCUS M.
|| Lutz et al.
|| PG 2015