Dow GJ and Bergmann DC, 2014. Patterning and processes: how stomatal development defines physiological potential. Current Opinion in Plant Biology, 21:67-74.
Dow GJ, Bergmann DC, Berry JA, 2014. An integrated model of stomatal development and leaf physiology. New Phytologist, 201:1218-1226.
Dow GJ, Berry JA, Bergmann DC, 2014. The physiological importance of developmental mechanisms that enforce proper stomatal spacing in Arabidopsis thaliana. New Phytologist, 201:1205-1217.
Special commentary on both New Phytologist articles:
Franks PJ and Casson S, 2014. Connecting stomatal
development and physiology. New Phytologist,
Voiniciuc C, Dean GH, Griffiths JS, Hwang YT, Gillett A, Dow GJ, Western TL, Haughn GW, 2013. FLYING SAUCER 1 is a transmembrane RING protein that promotes pectin methylesterification in Arabidopsis seed mucilage. Plant Cell, 25:944-959.
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