Publications

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Our understanding of the complex, transcriptional feedback loops in the circadian clock mechanism has depended upon quantitative, timeseries data from disparate sources. We measure clock gene RNA ...

Authors: Andrew Millar, Flis A.,Fernandez A. P.,Zielinski T.,Mengin V.,Sulpice R.,Stratford K.,Hume A.,Pokhilko A.,Southern M. M.,Seaton D. D.,McWatters H. G.,Stitt M.,Halliday K. J.

Date Published: 16th Oct 2015

Journal: Open Biol

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Clock-regulated pathways coordinate the response of many developmental processes to changes in photoperiod and temperature. We model two of the best-understood clock output pathways in Arabidopsis, ...

Authors: Daniel Seaton, Andrew Millar, Smith R. W.,Song Y. H.,MacGregor D. R.,Stewart K.,Steel G.,Foreman J.,Penfield S.,Imaizumi T.,Halliday K. J.

Date Published: 21st Jan 2015

Journal: Mol Syst Biol

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Understanding how dynamic molecular networks affect whole-organism physiology, analogous to mapping genotype to phenotype, remains a key challenge in biology. Quantitative models that represent processes ...

Authors: Yin Hoon Chew, Virginie Mengin, Robert Muetzelfeldt, Karen Halliday, Andrew Millar, Wenden B.,Flis A.,Taylor J.,Davey C. L.,Tindal C.,Thomas H.,Ougham H. J.,de Reffye P.,Stitt M.,Williams M.

Date Published: 10th Sep 2014

Journal: Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A

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In many plants, starch is synthesized during the day and degraded during the night to avoid carbohydrate starvation in darkness. The circadian clock participates in a dynamic adjustment of starch ...

Authors: Daniel Seaton, Andrew Millar, Ebenhoh O.,Pokhilko A.

Date Published: 18th Dec 2013

Journal: J R Soc Interface

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The circadian clocks that drive daily rhythms in animals are tightly coupled among the cells of some tissues. The coupling profoundly affects cellular rhythmicity and is central to contemporary ...

Authors: Andrew Millar, Wenden B.,Toner D. L.,Hodge S. K.,Grima R.

Date Published: 13th Apr 2012

Journal: Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A

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The plant circadian clock generates rhythms with a period close to 24 h, and it controls a wide range of physiological and developmental oscillations in habitats under natural light/dark cycles. Among ...

Author: Niwa Y.,Yamashino T.,Mizuno T.

Date Published: 24th Feb 2009

Journal: Plant Cell Physiol

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Photoperiodism allows organisms to measure daylength, or external photoperiod, and to anticipate coming seasons. Daylength measurement requires the integration of light signal and temporal information ...

Author: Nakamichi N.,Kita M.,Niinuma K.,Ito S.,Yamashino T.,Mizoguchi T.,Mizuno T.

Date Published: 17th May 2007

Journal: Plant Cell Physiol

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Predicting a multicellular organism's phenotype quantitatively from its genotype is challenging, as genetic effects must propagate up time and length scales. Circadian clocks are intracellular ...

Authors: Yin Hoon Chew, Daniel Seaton, Andrew Millar, Mengin Virginie,Flis Anna,Mugford Sam T.,Smith Alison M.,Stitt Mark

Date Published: No date defined

Journal: Not specified

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bioRxiv preprint 2017 Plants respond to seasonal cues such as the photoperiod, to adapt to current conditions and to prepare for environmental changes in the season to come. To assess photoperiodic ...

Authors: Daniel Seaton, Andrew Millar, Graf Alexander,Baerenfaller Katja,Stitt Mark,Gruissem Wilhelm

Date Published: No date defined

Journal: Not specified

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Plants use the circadian clock to sense photoperiod length. Seasonal responses like flowering are triggered at a critical photoperiod when a light-sensitive clock output coincides with light or darkness. ...

Author: Flis A.,Sulpice R.,Seaton D. D.,Ivakov A. A.,Liput M.,Abel C.,Millar A. J.,Stitt M.

Date Published: No date defined

Journal: Plant Cell Environ

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The balance between the supply and utilization of carbon (C) changes continually. It has been proposed that plants respond in an acclimatory manner, modifying C utilization to minimize harmful periods ...

Author: Usadel B.,Blasing O. E.,Gibon Y.,Retzlaff K.,Hohne M.,Gunther M.,Stitt M.

Date Published: No date defined

Journal: Plant Physiol

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The diurnal cycle strongly influences many plant metabolic and physiological processes. Arabidopsis thaliana rosettes were harvested six times during 12-h-light/12-h-dark treatments to investigate ...

Author: Blasing O. E.,Gibon Y.,Gunther M.,Hohne M.,Morcuende R.,Osuna D.,Thimm O.,Usadel B.,Scheible W. R.,Stitt M.

Date Published: No date defined

Journal: Plant Cell

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BACKGROUND: Unicellular cyanobacteria of the genus Cyanothece are recognized for their ability to execute nitrogen (N2)-fixation in the dark and photosynthesis in the light. An understanding of these ...

Author: Aryal U. K.,Stockel J.,Krovvidi R. K.,Gritsenko M. A.,Monroe M. E.,Moore R. J.,Koppenaal D. W.,Smith R. D.,Pakrasi H. B.,Jacobs J. M.

Date Published: No date defined

Journal: BMC Syst Biol

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Protein synthesis and degradation determine the cellular levels of proteins, and their control hence enables organisms to respond to environmental change. Experimentally, these are little known proteome ...

Author: Martin S. F.,Munagapati V. S.,Salvo-Chirnside E.,Kerr L. E.,Le Bihan T.

Date Published: No date defined

Journal: J Proteome Res

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