Neelima Sinha
Neelima Sinha
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The developmental gene Knotted-1 is a member of a maize homeobox gene family
E Vollbrecht, B Veit, N Sinha, S Hake
Nature 350 (6315), 241, 1991
7291991
Overexpression of the maize homeo box gene, KNOTTED-1, causes a switch from determinate to indeterminate cell fates.
NR Sinha, RE Williams, S Hake
Genes & Development 7 (5), 787-795, 1993
5001993
Homologies in leaf form inferred from KNOXI gene expression during development
G Bharathan, TE Goliber, C Moore, S Kessler, T Pham, NR Sinha
Science 296 (5574), 1858-1860, 2002
4102002
Developmental changes due to long-distance movement of a homeobox fusion transcript in tomato
M Kim, W Canio, S Kessler, N Sinha
Science 293 (5528), 287-289, 2001
3622001
Comparative transcriptomics reveals patterns of selection in domesticated and wild tomato
D Koenig, JM Jimnez-Gmez, S Kimura, D Fulop, DH Chitwood, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (28), E2655-E2662, 2013
2542013
A gene fusion at a homeobox locus: alterations in leaf shape and implications for morphological evolution.
JJ Chen, BJ Janssen, A Williams, N Sinha
The Plant Cell 9 (8), 1289-1304, 1997
2261997
The genome of the stress-tolerant wild tomato species Solanum pennellii
A Bolger, F Scossa, ME Bolger, C Lanz, F Maumus, T Tohge, ...
Nature genetics 46 (9), 1034, 2014
2142014
Overexpression of a homeobox gene, LeT6, reveals indeterminate features in the tomato compound leaf
BJ Janssen, L Lund, N Sinha
Plant Physiology 117 (3), 771-786, 1998
1761998
Hairy root transformation using Agrobacterium rhizogenes as a tool for exploring cell type-specific gene expression and function using tomato as a model
M Ron, K Kajala, G Pauluzzi, D Wang, MA Reynoso, K Zumstein, ...
Plant physiology 166 (2), 455-469, 2014
1542014
Auxin patterns Solanum lycopersicum leaf morphogenesis
D Koenig, E Bayer, J Kang, C Kuhlemeier, N Sinha
Development 136 (17), 2997-3006, 2009
1532009
Leaf development in angiosperms
N Sinha
Annual review of plant biology 50 (1), 419-446, 1999
1471999
Compound leaf development and evolution in the legumes
CEM Champagne, TE Goliber, MF Wojciechowski, RW Mei, BT Townsley, ...
The Plant Cell 19 (11), 3369-3378, 2007
1452007
WOX4 promotes procambial development
J Ji, J Strable, R Shimizu, D Koenig, N Sinha, MJ Scanlon
Plant physiology 152 (3), 1346-1356, 2010
1422010
The expression domain of PHANTASTICA determines leaflet placement in compound leaves
M Kim, S McCormick, M Timmermans, N Sinha
Nature 424 (6947), 438, 2003
1422003
Natural variation in leaf morphology results from mutation of a novel KNOX gene
S Kimura, D Koenig, J Kang, FY Yoong, N Sinha
Current Biology 18 (9), 672-677, 2008
1412008
Sucrose export defective1 encodes a novel protein implicated in chloroplast-to-nucleus signaling
LM Provencher, L Miao, N Sinha, WJ Lucas
The Plant Cell 13 (5), 1127-1141, 2001
1402001
A quantitative genetic basis for leaf morphology in a set of precisely defined tomato introgression lines
DH Chitwood, R Kumar, LR Headland, A Ranjan, MF Covington, ...
The Plant Cell 25 (7), 2465-2481, 2013
1332013
Reduced leaf complexity in tomato wiry mutants suggests a role for PHAN and KNOX genes in generating compound leaves
M Kim, T Pham, A Hamidi, S McCormick, RK Kuzoff, N Sinha
Development 130 (18), 4405-4415, 2003
1152003
Parallelism and diversity in multiple origins of c4 photosynthesis in the grass family
NR Sinha, EA Kellogg
American Journal of Botany 83 (11), 1458-1470, 1996
1151996
Compound leaves: equal to the sum of their parts?
C Champagne, N Sinha
Development 131 (18), 4401-4412, 2004
1072004
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