Dr Danny Llewellyn: leading cotton biotechnology
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Dr Danny Llewellyn: publishing history, 2003-10
Christianson JA, Llewellyn DJ, Dennis ES and Wilson IW. 2010. Global gene expression responses to waterlogging in roots and leaves of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) Plant and Cell Physiology. 51: 21-37.
Al-Ghazi Y, Boutrot S, Arioli T, Dennis ES and Llewellyn DJ. 2009. Transcript profiling during fibre development identifies unexpected pathways in secondary metabolism and cell wall structure that may contribute to cotton fibre quality. Plant and Cell Physiology. 50: 1364-1381.
Lacape J-M, Jacobs J, Arioli T, Derijcker R, Forestrier-Chiron N, Llewellyn D, Jean J, Thomas E and Viot C. 2009. A new interspecific, Gossypium hirsutum x G. barbadense, RIL population towards a unified consensus linkage map of tetraploid cotton. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 119: 281-292.
Machado A, Wu Y, Yang Y, Llewellyn DJ and Dennis ES. 2009. The MYB transcription factor GhMYB25 regulates early fibre and trichome development. The Plant Journal. 59: 52-62.
Christianson JA, Wilson IW, Llewellyn DJ and Dennis ES. 2009. The low oxygen-induced NAC domain transcription factor ANAC102 affects viability of Arabidopsis seeds following low-oxygen treatment. Plant Physiology. 149: 1724 1738.
Ruan YL, Llewellyn DJ, Liu Q, et al. 2008. Expression of sucrose synthase in the developing endosperm is essential for early seed development in cotton. Functional Plant Biology. 35 (5): 382-393.
Dennis ES, Ellis J, Green A, Llewellyn D, Morell N, Tabe T and Peacock WJ. 2008. Genetic contributions to agricultural sustainability. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society. 363: 591-609.
Wu Y, Llewellyn DJ, White R, Ruggiero K, Al-Ghazi Y and Dennis ES. 2007. Laser capture microdissection and cDNA microarrays used to generate gene expression profiles of the rapidly expanding fibre initial cells on the surface of cotton ovules. Planta 226: 1475-1490.
Townsend BJ and Llewellyn DJ. 2007. Reduced terpene levels in cottonseed add food to fiber. Trends in Biotechnology. 25: 239-241.
Lovell D, Wu Y, White R, Machado A, Llewellyn DJ, Dennis ES and Anderssen RS. 2007. Phenotyping cotton ovule fibre initiation with spatial statistics. Australian Journal of Botany. 55: 608-617.
Horvath DP, Llewellyn D and Clay SA. 2007. Heterologous hybridization of cotton microarrays with Velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti) reveals physiological responses due to corn competition. Weed Science. 55: 546-557.
Constable GA, Fitt GP and Llewellyn DJ. 2007. GM cotton: benefits, risks and challenges. Journal of the Australian Institute of Agricultural Science. 20: 28-32.
Charles GW, Constable GA, Llewellyn DJ and Hickman MA. 2007. Tolerance of cotton expressing 2,4-D detoxification gene to 2,4-D applied in the field. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research. 58: 780-787.
Llewellyn D, Tyson C, Constable G, Duggan B, Beale S and Steel P. 2007. Containment of regulated genetically modified cotton in the field. Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment. 121: 419-429.
Llewellyn DJ, Mares CL and Fitt GP. 2007. Field performance and seasonal changes in the efficacy against Helicoverpa armigera (Hübner) of transgenic cotton expressing the insecticidal protein vip3A. Agricultural and Forest Entomology 9: 93-101.
Wu Y, Machado A, Llewellyn DJ and Dennis ES. 2006. Expression profiling identifies genes expressed during early lint fibre initiation in cotton. Plant and Cell Physiology. 47: 107-127.
Udall JA, Swanson JM, Haller K, Rapp RA, Sparks ME, Hatfield J, Yu Y, Wu Y, Dowd C, Arpat AB, Sickler BA, Wilkins TA, Guo JY, Chen XY, Scheffler J, Talierco E, Turley R, McFadden H, Payton P, Klueva N, Allen R, Zhang D, Haigler C, Wilkerson C, Suo J, Schulze SR, Pierce ML, Essenberg M, Kim H, Llewellyn D, Dennis ES, Kudra D, Wing R, Paterson AH, Soderlund C and Wendel JF. 2006. A global assembly of cotton ESTs. Genome Research. 16: 441-450.
Amarasinghe BHR, Faivre Nitschke E, Wu Y, Udall JA, Dennis ES, Constable G and Llewellyn DJ. 2006. Genomic approaches to the discovery of promoters for sustained expression in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) under field conditions: expression analysis in transgenic cotton and Arabidopsis of a Rubisco small subunit promoter identified using EST sequence analysis and cDNA mircoarrays. Plant Biotechnology. 23: 437-450.
Wu Y, Machado A, White RG, Llewellyn DJ, Dennis ES. 2006. Identification of early genes expressed during cotton fibre initiation using cDNA microarrays. Plant and Cell Physiology. 47: 107-127.
Udall JA, Swanson J, Haller K, Rapp RA, Sparks ME, Hatfield J, Yu Y, Wu Y, Arpat AB, Sickler BA, Wilkins TA, Guo J-Y, Chen X-Y, Scheffler J, Taliercio E, Turley R, McFadden H, Payton P, Allen R, Zhang D, Haigler C, Wilkerson C, Suo J, Schulze SR, Pierce ML, Essenberg M, Kim H, Llewellyn DJ, Dennis ES, Kudrna D, Wing R, Paterson AH, Soderlund C, Wendel JF. 2006. A global assembly of cotton ESTs. Genome Research. 16: 441-450.
Rungis D, Llewellyn D, Dennis ES, Lyon BR. 2005. Simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers reveal low levels of polymorphism between cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) cultivars of Australian and American origin. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research. 56: 301-307.
Ruan Y-L, Llewellyn DJ, Furbank RT, Chourey PS. 2005. The delayed initiation and slow elongation of fuzz-like short fibre cells in relation to altered patterns of sucrose synthase expression and plasmodesmata gating in a lintless mutant of cotton. Journal of Experimental Botany. 56: 977-984.
Townsend BJ, Poole A, Blake CJ, Llewellyn DJ. 2005. Antisense Suppression of a (+)-δ-Cadinene Synthase Gene in Cotton Prevents the Induction of this Defense Response Gene during Bacterial Blight Infection but not it’s Constitutive Expression. Plant Physiology.138: 516-528.
Wu Y, Rozenfeld S, Defferrard A, Ruggiero K, Udall JA, Kim H-R, Llewellyn DJ, Dennis ES. 2005. Cycloheximide treatment of cotton ovules alters the abundance of specific classes of mRNAs and provides a method of generating novel ESTs for microarray expression profiling. Molecular Genetics and Genomics, 274: 477-493.
Ruan Y-L, Llewellyn DJ, Furbank RT. 2003. Suppression of Sucrose Synthase Gene Expression Represses Cotton Fiber Cell Initiation, Elongation and Seed Development. Plant Cell.15: 952-964.
Ruan Y-L, Llewellyn DJ, Furbank RT. 2003. Suppression of sucrose synthase gene expression represses cotton fiber cell initiation, elongation, and seed development. Plant Cell.15: 952-964.
Schünmann PHD, Llewellyn DJ, Surin B, Boevink P, De Feyter RC, Waterhouse PM. 2003. A suite of novel promoters and terminators for plant biotechnology. Functional Plant Biology. 30: 443-452.