George Haughn
George Haughn
Professor of Botany, University of British Columbia
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Sulfonylurea-resistant mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana
GW Haughn, C Somerville
Molecular and General Genetics MGG 204 (3), 430-434, 1986
A large family of bacterial activator proteins
S Henikoff, GW Haughn, JM Calvo, JC Wallace
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 85 (18), 6602-6606, 1988
LEAFY, a homeotic gene that regulates inflorescence development in Arabidopsis.
EA Schultz, GW Haughn
The Plant Cell 3 (8), 771-781, 1991
Transformation with a mutant Arabidopsis acetolactate synthase gene renders tobacco resistant to sulfonylurea herbicides
GW Haughn, J Smith, B Mazur, C Somerville
Molecular and General Genetics MGG 211 (2), 266-271, 1988
Differentiation of mucilage secretory cells of the Arabidopsis seed coat
TL Western, DJ Skinner, GW Haughn
Plant physiology 122 (2), 345-356, 2000
Genetic analysis of seed coat development in Arabidopsis
G Haughn, A Chaudhury
Trends in plant science 10 (10), 472-477, 2005
The UNUSUAL FLORAL ORGANS gene of Arabidopsis thaliana is an F‐box protein required for normal patterning and growth in the floral meristem
A Samach, JE Klenz, SE Kohalmi, E Risseeuw, GW Haughn, WL Crosby
The Plant Journal 20 (4), 433-445, 1999
AP2 Gene Determines the Identity of Perianth Organs in Flowers of Arabidopsis thaliana.
L Kunst, JE Klenz, J Martinez-Zapater, GW Haughn
The Plant Cell 1 (12), 1195-1208, 1989
The BELL1 gene encodes a homeodomain protein involved in pattern formation in the Arabidopsis ovule primordium
L Reiser, Z Modrusan, L Margossian, A Samach, N Ohad, GW Haughn, ...
Cell 83 (5), 735-742, 1995
Genetic control of morphogenesis in Arabidopsis
GW Haughn, CR Somerville
Developmental Genetics 9 (2), 73-89, 1988
BLADE-ON-PETIOLE–dependent signaling controls leaf and floral patterning in Arabidopsis
SR Hepworth, Y Zhang, S McKim, X Li, GW Haughn
The Plant Cell 17 (5), 1434-1448, 2005
Genetic analysis of the floral initiation process (FLIP) in Arabidopsis
EA Schultz, GW Haughn
Development 119 (3), 745-765, 1993
Non-cell-autonomous function of the Antirrhinum floral homeotic proteins DEFICIENS and GLOBOSA is exerted by their polar cell-to-cell trafficking
MC Perbal, G Haughn, H Saedler, Z Schwarz-Sommer
Development 122 (11), 3433-3441, 1996
Different roles of flowering-time genes in the activation of floral initiation genes in Arabidopsis.
L Ruiz-García, F Madueño, M Wilkinson, G Haughn, J Salinas, ...
The Plant Cell 9 (11), 1921-1934, 1997
Homeotic transformation of ovules into carpel-like structures in Arabidopsis.
Z Modrusan, L Reiser, KA Feldmann, RL Fischer, GW Haughn
The Plant Cell 6 (3), 333-349, 1994
The Arabidopsis BELL1 and KNOX TALE homeodomain proteins interact through a domain conserved between plants and animals
M Bellaoui, MS Pidkowich, A Samach, K Kushalappa, SE Kohalmi, ...
The Plant Cell 13 (11), 2455-2470, 2001
A Novel Fatty Acyl-CoA Synthetase Is Required for Pollen Development and Sporopollenin Biosynthesis in Arabidopsis    
C de Azevedo Souza, SS Kim, S Koch, L Kienow, K Schneider, SM McKim, ...
The Plant Cell 21 (2), 507-525, 2009
Isolation and characterization of mutants defective in seed coat mucilage secretory cell development in Arabidopsis
TL Western, J Burn, WL Tan, DJ Skinner, L Martin-McCaffrey, BA Moffatt, ...
Plant physiology 127 (3), 998-1011, 2001
UNUSUAL FLORAL ORGANS controls meristem identity and organ primordia fate in Arabidopsis.
MD Wilkinson, GW Haughn
The Plant Cell 7 (9), 1485-1499, 1995
Use of Ecotilling as an efficient SNP discovery tool to survey genetic variation in wild populations of Populus trichocarpa
EJ Gilchrist, GW Haughn, CC Ying, SP Otto, JUN Zhuang, D Cheung, ...
Molecular ecology 15 (5), 1367-1378, 2006
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