Publications of A.A.G. Wiszniewski

Journal Article (5)

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Sageman-Furnas, K., Nurmi, M., Contag, M., Plötner, B., Alseekh, S., Wiszniewski, A. A. G., Fernie, A. R., Smith, L. M. & Laitinen, R. A. E. A. thaliana Hybrids Develop Growth Abnormalities Through Integration of Stress, Hormone and Growth Signalling. Plant and Cell Physiology (2022). doi:10.1093/pcp/pcac056
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Vaid, N., Ishihara, H., Plötner, B., Sageman-Furnas, K., Wiszniewski, A. A. G. & Laitinen, R. Leaf chlorosis in Arabidopsis thaliana hybrids is associated with transgenerational decline and imbalanced ribosome number. New Phytologist 228, 989–1000 (2020).
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Jueppner, J., Mubeen, U., Leisse, A., Caldana, C., Wiszniewski, A. A. G., Steinhauser, D. & Giavalisco, P. The target of rapamycin kinase affects biomass accumulation and cell cycle progression by altering carbon/nitrogen balance in synchronized Chlamydomonas reinhardtii cells. The Plant Journal 93, 355–376 (2018).
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Salem, M. A., Li, Y., Wiszniewski, A. A. G. & Giavalisco, P. Regulatory-associated protein of TOR (RAPTOR) alters the hormonal and metabolic composition of Arabidopsis seeds, controlling seed morphology, viability and germination potential. The Plant Journal 92, 525–545 (2017).
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Wiszniewski, A. A. G., Bussell, J. D., Long, R. L. & Smith, S. M. Knockout of the two evolutionarily conserved peroxisomal 3-ketoacyl-CoA thiolases in Arabidopsis recapitulates the abnormal inflorescence meristem 1 phenotype. Journal of Experimental Botany 65, 6723–33 (2014).
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