Laura Dixon
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Speed breeding is a powerful tool to accelerate crop research and breeding
A Watson, S Ghosh, MJ Williams, WS Cuddy, J Simmonds, MD Rey, ...
Nature plants 4 (1), 23-29, 2018
Circadian rhythms persist without transcription in a eukaryote
JS O’Neill, G Van Ooijen, LE Dixon, C Troein, F Corellou, FY Bouget, ...
Nature 469 (7331), 554-558, 2011
Temporal repression of core circadian genes is mediated through EARLY FLOWERING 3 in Arabidopsis
LE Dixon, K Knox, L Kozma-Bognar, MM Southern, A Pokhilko, AJ Millar
Current Biology 21 (2), 120-125, 2011
TEOSINTE BRANCHED1 Regulates Inflorescence Architecture and Development in Bread Wheat (Triticum aestivum)
LE Dixon, JR Greenwood, S Bencivenga, P Zhang, J Cockram, G Mellers, ...
The Plant Cell 30 (3), 563-581, 2018
Multi-parent populations in crops: a toolbox integrating genomics and genetic mapping with breeding
MF Scott, O Ladejobi, S Amer, AR Bentley, J Biernaskie, SA Boden, ...
Heredity 125 (6), 396-416, 2020
Proteasome function is required for biological timing throughout the twenty-four hour cycle
G Van Ooijen, LE Dixon, C Troein, AJ Millar
Current Biology 21 (10), 869-875, 2011
Multiple light inputs to a simple clock circuit allow complex biological rhythms
C Troein, F Corellou, LE Dixon, G van Ooijen, JS O’Neill, FY Bouget, ...
The Plant Journal 66 (2), 375-385, 2011
Speed breeding is a powerful tool to accelerate crop research and breeding. Nat Plants 4: 23–29
A Watson, S Ghosh, MJ Williams, WS Cuddy, J Simmonds, MD Rey, ...
A switchable light-input, light-output system modelled and constructed in yeast
O Sorokina, A Kapus, K Terecskei, LE Dixon, L Kozma-Bognar, F Nagy, ...
Journal of biological engineering 3, 1-16, 2009
VERNALIZATION1 controls developmental responses of winter wheat under high ambient temperatures
LE Dixon, I Karsai, T Kiss, NM Adamski, Z Liu, Y Ding, V Allard, SA Boden, ...
Development 146 (3), dev172684, 2019
Developmental responses of bread wheat to changes in ambient temperature following deletion of a locus that includes FLOWERING LOCUS T1
LE Dixon, A Farré, EJ Finnegan, S Orford, S Griffiths, SA Boden
Plant, Cell & Environment 41 (7), 1715-1725, 2018
Identification of earliness per se flowering time locus in spring wheat through a genome‐wide association study
S Sukumaran, MS Lopes, S Dreisigacker, LE Dixon, M Zikhali, S Griffiths, ...
Crop Science 56 (6), 2962-2672, 2016
TEOSINTE BRANCHED1 regulates height and stem internode length in bread wheat
LE Dixon, M Pasquariello, SA Boden
Journal of Experimental Botany 71 (16), 4742-4750, 2020
Effects of ambient temperature in association with photoperiod on phenology and on the expressions of major plant developmental genes in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
T Kiss, LE Dixon, A Soltész, J Bányai, M Mayer, K Balla, V Allard, G Galiba, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment 40 (8), 1629-1642, 2017
Light and circadian regulation of clock components aids flexible responses to environmental signals
LE Dixon, SK Hodge, G van Ooijen, C Troein, OE Akman, AJ Millar
New Phytologist 203 (2), 568-577, 2014
Speed vernalization to accelerate generation advance in winter cereal crops
JK Cha, K O’Connor, S Alahmad, JH Lee, E Dinglasan, H Park, SM Lee, ...
Molecular Plant 15 (8), 1300-1309, 2022
A new opening for wheat seed production
LE Dixon, S Bencivenga, SA Boden
Journal of Experimental Botany 69 (3), 341-343, 2018
MicroRNA-resistant alleles of HOMEOBOX DOMAIN-2 modify inflorescence branching and increase grain protein content of wheat
LE Dixon, M Pasquariello, R Badgami, KA Levin, G Poschet, PQ Ng, ...
Science Advances 8 (19), eabn5907, 2022
Asymmetric expansions of FT and TFL1 lineages characterize differential evolution of the EuPEBP family in the major angiosperm lineages
T Bennett, LE Dixon
BMC biology 19 (1), 1-17, 2021
The Roles of Temperature-Related Post-Transcriptional Regulation in Cereal Floral Development
D Hirsz, LE Dixon
Plants 10 (11), 2230, 2021
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