Dr Jean Finnegan: understanding flowering
- Publishing History
Dr Jean Finnegan: publishing history
Helliwell, CA, Robertson, M, Finnegan, EJ, Buzas, DM and Dennis, ES (2011) Cold-repression of Arabidopsis FLC requires promoter sequences but not antisense transcripts PLoS One 6:e21513
Bond, DM, Dennis, ES and Finnegan, EJ (2011) The low temperature response pathways for cold acclimation and vernalization are independent Plant Cell & Environ.34: 1737-1748
Finnegan, EJ, Liang, D and Wang, M.B. (2011) Self incompatibility: Smi silences through a novel sRNA pathway. Trends Plant Sci 16: 238-241
Buzas, DM, Robertson, M, Finnegan, EJ and Helliwell, CA (2011) Co-transcriptional removal of histone H3K27 trimethylation from a poly-comb recruiting region of the Arabidopsis FLC gene Plant J 65: 872-881
Finnegan EJ, Bond DM, Buzas DM, Goodrich J, Helliwell CA, Tamada T, Yun J-Y, Amasino RM and Dennis ES (2011) Polycomb proteins regulate the quantitative induction of VERNALIZATION INSENSITIVE 3 in response to low temperatures Plant J 65: 385-391
Nicotra A, Atkin O, Bonser S, Davidson A, Finnegan EJ, Mathesius U, Poot P, Purugganan MD, Richards CL, Valladares F and van Kleunen M. Plant phenotypic plasticity in a changing climate (2010) Trends in Plant Science 15:684-692.
Oliver, S.N., Finnegan, E.J., Dennis, E.S., Peacock, W.J. and Trevaskis, B. (2009) Promotion of an active chromatin state at VRN1 is a feature of vernalization-induced flowering in cereals Proc. Natl. Acad, Sci. USA 106: 8386-8391.
Bond, D. M., Wilson, I.W., Dennis, E.S., Pogson, B.J. and Finnegan, E.J. (2009) VERNALIZATION INSENSITIVE 3 (VIN3) is required for the response of Arabidopsis thaliana seedlings exposed to low oxygen conditions. Plant J. 59: 576-587
Bond, D.M., Dennis, E.S., Pogson, B.J. and Finnegan, E.J. (2009) Histone acetylation, VERNALIZATION INSENSITIVE 3, FLOWERING LOCUS C and the vernalization response. Molecular Plant 2: 724-737
Sheldon, C.C, Finnegan , E.J., Peacock, W.J. and Dennis, E. S. (2009) Mechanisms of gene regulation by vernalization in Arabidopsis. Plant Journal 59:488-498.
Cazzonelli, C.I., Cuttriss, A.J., Cossetto, S. B., Pye, W., Crisp, P., Whelan, J., Finnegan, E. J., Turnbull, C. and Pogson, B. J. (2009) Regulation of carotenoid composition and shoot branching in Arabidopsis by a chromatin modifying histone methyltransferase, SDG8 Plant Cell 21: 39-53.
Bond DM, Wilson IW, Dennis ES, Pogson BJ and Finnegan EJ. 2009. VERNALIZATION INSENSITIVE 3 (VIN3) is required for the response of Arabidopsis thaliana seedlings exposed to low oxygen conditions. The Plant Journal. 59: 576-587.
Bond DM, Dennis ES and Finnegan EJ. 2009. Hypoxia: a novel function for VIN3. Plant Signaling and Behaviour. 4: 773-776.
Bond DM, Dennis ES, Pogson B and Finnegan EJ. 2009. Histone acetylation, VERNALIZATION INSENSITIVE 3, FLOWERING LOCUS C, and the vernalization response. Molecular Plant. 2: 724-737.
Cazzonnelli CI, Cuttriss AJ, Cossetto SB, Pye W, Crisp P, Whelan J, Finnegan EJ, Turnbull C and Pogson BJ. 2009. Regulation of carotenoid composition and shoot branching in Arabidopsis by a chromatin modifying histone methyltransferase, SDG8. The Plant Cell. 21: 39-53.
Cazzonelli CI, Millar T, Finnegan EJ and Pogson BJ. 2009. Promoting gene expression in plants by permissive histone lysine methylation. Plant Signaling and Behaviour. 4: 484-488.
Oliver SN, Finnegan EJ, Dennis ES, Peacock WJ and Trevaskis B. 2009. Vernalization-induced flowering in cereals is associated with changes in histone methylation at the VERNALIZATION1 gene. Proceedings National Academy of Science, USA. 106: 8396-8391.
Rival A, Jaligot E, Beule T, Tregear JW and Finnegan J. 2009. The oil palm “mantled” somaclonal variation: a model for epigenetic studies in higher plants. Acta Horticulturae. 829: 177-181.
Sheldon CC, Finnegan EJ, Peacock WJ and Dennis ES. 2009. Mechanisms of gene repression by vernalization in Arabidopsis. The Plant Journal. 59: 488-498.
Finnegan EJ and Dennis ES. 2008. Polycomb repression. Plant Signaling and Behaviour. 3: 412-414.
Finnegan EJ and Whitelaw E. 2008. Leaving the past behind. PLoS Genetics. 4e.
Andersson CR, Helliwell CA, Bagnall DJ, Hughes TP, Finnegan EJ, Peacock WJ and Dennis ES. 2008. The FLX gene of Arabidopsis is required for high FRI-dependent activation of FLC EXPRESSION. Plant and Cell Physiology. 49: 191-200.
Luo M, Luo M-Z, Buzas D, Finnegan J, Helliwell C, Dennis ES, Peacock WJ, and Chaudhury A. 2008. UBIQUITIN-SPECIFIC PROTEASE 26 is required for seed development and the repression of PHERES1 in Arabidopsis. Genetics. 180: 229-236.
Rival A, Jaligot E, Beule T and Finnegan EJ. 2008. Isolation and expression analysis of genes encoding MET, CMT, and DRM methyltransferases in oil palm (Elaeis guineensis Jacq.) in relation with the 'mantled' somaclonal variation. Journal of Experimental Botany. 59: 3271-3281.
Finnegan EJ and Dennis ES 2007. Vernalization-induced trimethylation of histone H3 lysine 27 at FLC is not maintained in mitotically quiescent cells. Current Biology. 17: 1978-1983.
Bond DM and Finnegan EJ 2007. Passing the message on: inheritance of epigenetic traits. TRENDS in Plant Science. 12: 211-216.
Margis R, Fusaro AF, Smith NA, Curtin SJ, Watson JM, Finnegan EJ. and Waterhouse PM. 2006. The evolution and diversification of Dicers in plants. FEBS Letters. 580: 2442-2450.
Sheldon CC, Finnegan EJ, Dennis ES, Peacock WJ. 2006. Quantitative effects of vernalization on FLC and SOC1 expression. The Plant Journal. 45: 871-883.
Finnegan EJ, Kovac KA, Jaligot E, Sheldon CC, Peacock WJ, Dennis ES. 2005. The down-regulation of Flowering Locus C (FLC) in plants with low levels of DNA methylation and in vernalized plants occurs by distinct mechanisms. The Plant Journal. 44: 420-432.
Howles P, Lawrence G, Finnegan J, McFadden H, Ayliffe M, Dodds P, Ellis J. 2005. Auto-active alleles of the flax L6 rust resistance gene induce non race-specific rust resistance associated with the hypersensitive response. Molecular Plant Microbe Interactions. 18: 570-583.
Olsen KM, Daly JC, Finnegan EJ, Mahon RJ. 2005. Changes in Cry1Ac Bt transgenic cotton in response to two environmental factors:temperature and insect damage. Journal of Economic Entomology. 98: 1382-1390.
Olsen KM, Daly JC, Holt H, Finnegan EJ. 2005 Season-long variation in expression of the Cry1Ac gene and efficacy of Bt toxin in transgenic cotton against Helicoverpa armigera (Hübner) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Journal of Economic Entomology. 98: 1007 – 1017.
Braz ASK, Finnegan J, Waterhouse P, Margis R. 2004. A plant orthologue of RNaseL Inhibitor (RLI) is induced in plants showing RNA interference. Journal of Molecular Evolution. 50: 20-30.
Finnegan EJ, Sheldon CC, Jardinaud M-F, Peacock WJ, Dennis ES. 2004. A cluster of Arabidopsis genes with a co-ordinate response to an environmental stimulus. Current Biology. 14: 911-916.
Frost D, Way H, Howles P, Luck J, Manners J, Hardham A, Finnegan J, Ellis J. 2004. Tobacco transgenic for the flax rust resistance gene L expresses allele-specific activation of defence responses. Molecular Plant Microbe Interactions. 17: 224-232.
Finnegan EJ, Matzke MA. 2003. The small RNA world. Journal of Cell Science. 116: 4689-4693.
Finnegan EJ, Margis R, Waterhouse PM. 2003. Posttranscriptional gene silencing is not compromised in the Arabidopsis CARPEL FACTORY (DICER-LIKE1) mutant, a homolog of Dicer-1 from Drosophila. Current Biology. 13: 236-240.
Genger RK, Peacock WJ, Dennis ES, Finnegan EJ. 2003. Opposing effects of reduced DNA methylation on flowering time in Arabidopsis thaliana. PLANTA. 216: 461-466.
Books and book chapters
Finnegan EJ, Jaligot E. 2004. Epigenetic variation and phenotypic diversity. In: Goodman R. (ed). Encyclopedia of Plant and Crop Science. Marcel Dekker, New York. [external link]
Wang M-B, Finnegan EJ, Waterhouse PM. 2004. PTGS0-Plant defence and counter-defensive strategy of viruses. In: Lapierre H, Signoret PA. (eds). Viruses and virus diseases of Poaceae (Gramineae). INRA editions. Pp. 172-179.