Featured Publications

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1,135 Genomes Reveal the Global Pattern of Polymorphism in Arabidopsis thaliana

1001 Genomes Consortium
Cell
(2016), 166(2) 481-91.
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Century-scale methylome stability in a recently diverged Arabidopsis thaliana lineage

Hagmann J., Becker C., Muller J., Stegle O., Meyer R. C., Wang G., Schneeberger K., Fitz J., Altmann T., Bergelson J., Borgwardt K. and Weigel D.
PLoS Genet
(2015), 11(1) e1004920.
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Activation of the Arabidopsis thaliana immune system by combinations of common ACD6 alleles

Todesco M., Kim S. T., Chae E., Bomblies K., Zaidem M., Smith L. M., Weigel D. and Laitinen R. A.
PLoS Genet
(2014), 10(7) e1004459.
2.

Evolution of DNA methylation patterns in the Brassicaceae is driven by differences in genome organization

Seymour D. K., Koenig D., Hagmann J., Becker C. and Weigel D.
PLoS Genet
(2014), 10(11) e1004785.
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Species-wide Genetic Incompatibility Analysis Identifies Immune Genes as Hot Spots of Deleterious Epistasis

Chae E., Bomblies K., Kim S. T., Karelina D., Zaidem M., Ossowski S., Martin-Pizarro C., Laitinen R. A., Rowan B. A., Tenenboim H., Lechner S., Demar M., Habring-Muller A., Lanz C., Ratsch G. and Weigel D.
Cell
(2014), 159(6) 1341-51.

2017

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Activation of a Plant NLR Complex through Heteromeric Association with an Autoimmune Risk Variant of Another NLR

Tran D. T. N., Chung E. H., Habring-Muller A., Demar M., Schwab R., Dangl J. L., Weigel D. and Chae E.
Curr Biol
(2017), .
425.

Chlorosis caused by two recessively interacting genes reveals a role of RNA helicase in hybrid breakdown in Arabidopsis thaliana

Plotner B., Nurmi M., Fischer A., Watanabe M., Schneeberger K., Holm S., Vaid N., Schottler M. A., Walther D., Hoefgen R., Weigel D. and Laitinen R. A.
Plant J
(2017), .
424.

Rapid generation of a transgene-free powdery mildew resistant tomato by genome deletion

Nekrasov V., Wang C., Win J., Lanz C., Weigel D. and Kamoun S.
Sci Rep
(2017), 7(1) 482.
423.

The Arabidopsis miR396 mediates pathogen-associated molecular pattern-triggered immune responses against fungal pathogens

Soto-Suarez M., Baldrich P., Weigel D., Rubio-Somoza I. and San Segundo B.
Sci Rep
(2017), 7 44898.
422.

Mechanisms to Mitigate the Tradeoff between Growth and Defense

Karasov T., Chae E., Herman J. and Bergelson J.
Plant Cell
(2017), .
421.

A single haplotype hyposensitive to light and requiring strong vernalization dominates Arabidopsis thaliana populations in Patagonia, Argentina

Kasulin L., Rowan B., Leon R. J., Schuenemann V. J., Weigel D. and Botto J. F.
Mol Ecol
(2017), .
420.

The causes and consequences of DNA methylome variation in plants

Seymour D. K. and Becker C.
Curr Opin Plant Biol
(2017), 36 56-63.
419.

Extraction of ultrashort DNA molecules from herbarium specimens

Gutaker R. M., Reiter E., Furtwangler A., Schuenemann V. J. and Burbano H. A.
Biotechniques
(2017), 62(2) 76-79.
418.

On the post-glacial spread of human commensal Arabidopsis thaliana

Lee C. R., Svardal H., Farlow A., Exposito-Alonso M., Ding W., Novikova P., Alonso-Blanco C., Weigel D. and Nordborg M.
Nat Commun
(2017), 8 14458.
417.

Forever Young: The Role of Ubiquitin Receptor DA1 and E3 Ligase BIG BROTHER in Controlling Leaf Growth and Development

Vanhaeren H., Nam Y. J., De Milde L., Chae E., Storme V., Weigel D., Gonzalez N. and Inze D.
Plant Physiol
(2017), 173(2) 1269-1282.
416.

Reinforcing plant evolutionary genomics using ancient DNA

Gutaker R. M. and Burbano H. A.
Curr Opin Plant Biol
(2017), 36 38-45.
415.

Characterization Of Phytochrome Interacting Factors From The Moss Physcomitrella Patens Illustrates Conservation Of Phytochrome Signaling Modules In Land Plants

Possart A., Xu T., Paik I., Hanke S., Keim S., Hermann H. M., Wolf L., Hiss M., Becker C., Huq E., Rensing S. A. and Hiltbrunner A.
Plant Cell
(2017), 29(2) 310-330.
414.

easyGWAS: A Cloud-based Platform for Comparing the Results of Genome-wide Association Studies

Grimm D. G., Roqueiro D., Salome P., Kleeberger S., Greshake B., Zhu W., Liu C., Lippert C., Stegle O., Scholkopf B., Weigel D. and Borgwardt K.
Plant Cell
(2017), 29(1) 5-19.
413.

Methods for Genotyping-by-Sequencing

Rowan B. A., Seymour D. K., Chae E., Lundberg D. S. and Weigel D.
Methods Mol Biol
(2017), 1492 221-242.
412.

What causes mating system shifts in plants? Arabidopsis lyrata as a case study

Mable B. K., Hagmann J., Kim S. T., Adam A., Kilbride E., Weigel D. and Stift M.
Heredity (Edinb)
(2017), 118(1) 52-63.
411.

DNA sequence properties that predict susceptibility to epiallelic switching

Catoni M., Griffiths J., Becker C., Zabet N. R., Bayon C., Dapp M., Lieberman-Lazarovich M., Weigel D. and Paszkowski J.
EMBO J
(2017), 36(5) 617-628.
410.

AraPheno: a public database for Arabidopsis thaliana phenotypes

Seren U., Grimm D., Fitz J., Weigel D., Nordborg M., Borgwardt K. and Korte A.
Nucleic Acids Res
(2017), 45(D1) D1054-D1059.
409.

Natural Variation of Molecular and Morphological Gibberellin Responses

Nam Y. J., Herman D., Blomme J., Chae E., Kojima M., Coppens F., Storme V., Van Daele T., Dhondt S., Sakakibara H., Weigel D., Inze D. and Gonzalez N.
Plant Physiol
(2017), 173(1) 703-714.
408.

Novel allelic variants in ACD6 cause hybrid necrosis in local collection of Arabidopsis thaliana

Swiadek M., Proost S., Sieh D., Yu J., Todesco M., Jorzig C., Rodriguez Cubillos A. E., Plotner B., Nikoloski Z., Chae E., Giavalisco P., Fischer A., Schroder F., Kim S. T., Weigel D. and Laitinen R. A.
New Phytol
(2017), 213(2) 900-915.

2016

407.

The Genome of the Trinidadian Guppy, Poecilia reticulata, and Variation in the Guanapo Population

Kunstner A., Hoffmann M., Fraser B. A., Kottler V. A., Sharma E., Weigel D. and Dreyer C.
PLoS One
(2016), 11(12) e0169087.
406.

Genetic architecture of nonadditive inheritance in Arabidopsis thaliana hybrids

Seymour D. K., Chae E., Grimm D. G., Martin Pizarro C., Habring-Muller A., Vasseur F., Rakitsch B., Borgwardt K. M., Koenig D. and Weigel D.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A
(2016), 113(46) E7317-E7326.
405.

Gene silencing pathways found in the green alga Volvox carteri reveal insights into evolution and origins of small RNA systems in plants

Dueck A., Evers M., Henz S. R., Unger K., Eichner N., Merkl R., Berezikov E., Engelmann J. C., Weigel D., Wenzl S. and Meister G.
BMC Genomics
(2016), 17(1) 853.
404.

Regulation of MIR165/166 by class II and class III homeodomain leucine zipper proteins establishes leaf polarity

Merelo P., Ram H., Pia Caggiano M., Ohno C., Ott F., Straub D., Graeff M., Cho S. K., Yang S. W., Wenkel S. and Heisler M. G.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A
(2016), 113(42) 11973-11978.
403.

Effector-Triggered Immune Response in Arabidopsis thaliana Is a Quantitative Trait

Iakovidis M., Teixeira P. J., Exposito-Alonso M., Cowper M. G., Law T. F., Liu Q., Vu M. C., Dang T. M., Corwin J. A., Weigel D., Dangl J. L. and Grant S. R.
Genetics
(2016), 204(1) 337-53.
402.

Genome-wide analysis of chromatin packing in Arabidopsis thaliana at single-gene resolution

Liu C., Wang C., Wang G., Becker C., Zaidem M. and Weigel D.
Genome Res
(2016), 26(8) 1057-68.
401.

Sequencing of the genus Arabidopsis identifies a complex history of nonbifurcating speciation and abundant trans-specific polymorphism

Novikova P. Y., Hohmann N., Nizhynska V., Tsuchimatsu T., Ali J., Muir G., Guggisberg A., Paape T., Schmid K., Fedorenko O. M., Holm S., Sall T., Schlotterer C., Marhold K., Widmer A., Sese J., Shimizu K. K., Weigel D., Kramer U., Koch M. A. and Nordborg M.
Nat Genet
(2016), 48(9) 1077-82.
400.

1,135 Genomes Reveal the Global Pattern of Polymorphism in Arabidopsis thaliana

1001 Genomes Consortium
Cell
(2016), 166(2) 481-91.
399.

Epigenomic Diversity in a Global Collection of Arabidopsis thaliana Accessions

Kawakatsu T., Huang S. S., Jupe F., Sasaki E., Schmitz R. J., Urich M. A., Castanon R., Nery J. R., Barragan C., He Y., Chen H., Dubin M., Lee C. R., Wang C., Bemm F., Becker C., O'Neil R., O'Malley R. C., Quarless D. X., Genomes Consortium, Schork N. J., Weigel D., Nordborg M. and Ecker J. R.
Cell
(2016), 166(2) 492-505.
398.

Temporal patterns of damage and decay kinetics of DNA retrieved from plant herbarium specimens

Weiss C. L., Schuenemann V. J., Devos J., Shirsekar G., Reiter E., Gould B. A., Stinchcombe J. R., Krause J. and Burbano H. A.
R Soc Open Sci
(2016), 3(6) 160239.
397.

Hyperosmotic stress memory in Arabidopsis is mediated by distinct epigenetically labile sites in the genome and is restricted in the male germline by DNA glycosylase activity

Wibowo A., Becker C., Marconi G., Durr J., Price J., Hagmann J., Papareddy R., Putra H., Kageyama J., Becker J., Weigel D. and Gutierrez-Marcos J.
Elife
(2016), 5.
396.

Allelochemicals of the phenoxazinone class act at physiologically relevant concentrations

Venturelli S., Petersen S., Langenecker T., Weigel D., Lauer U. M. and Becker C.
Plant Signal Behav
(2016), 11(5) e1176818.
395.

Epigenome confrontation triggers immediate reprogramming of DNA methylation and transposon silencing in Arabidopsis thaliana F1 epihybrids

Rigal M., Becker C., Pelissier T., Pogorelcnik R., Devos J., Ikeda Y., Weigel D. and Mathieu O.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A
(2016), 113(14) 2083-92.
394.

Cooperation and Conflict in the Plant Immune System

Chae E., Tran D. T. and Weigel D.
PLoS Pathog
(2016), 12(3) e1005452.
393.

Ancient gene flow from early modern humans into Eastern Neanderthals

Kuhlwilm M., Gronau I., Hubisz M. J., de Filippo C., Prado-Martinez J., Kircher M., Fu Q., Burbano H. A., Lalueza-Fox C., de la Rasilla M., Rosas A., Rudan P., Brajkovic D., Kucan Z., Gusic I., Marques-Bonet T., Andres A. M., Viola B., Paabo S., Meyer M., Siepel A. and Castellano S.
Nature
(2016), 530(7591) 429-33.
392.

A proposed regulatory framework for genome-edited crops

Huang S., Weigel D., Beachy R. N. and Li J.
Nat Genet
(2016), 48(2) 109-11.
391.

Microbial Hub Taxa Link Host and Abiotic Factors to Plant Microbiome Variation

Agler M. T., Ruhe J., Kroll S., Morhenn C., Kim S. T., Weigel D. and Kemen E. M.
PLoS Biol
(2016), 14(1) e1002352.
390.

A Proposal Regarding Best Practices for Validating the Identity of Genetic Stocks and the Effects of Genetic Variants

Bergelson J., Buckler E. S., Ecker J. R., Nordborg M. and Weigel D.
Plant Cell
(2016), 28(3) 606-9.

2015

389.

Population Genomics for Understanding Adaptation in Wild Plant Species

Weigel D. and Nordborg M.
Annu Rev Genet
(2015), 49 315-38.
388.

Contesting the presence of wheat in the British Isles 8,000 years ago by assessing ancient DNA authenticity from low-coverage data

Weiß C. L., Dannemann M., Prüfer K. and Burbano H. A.
eLife
(2015), 4.
387.

Plants Release Precursors of Histone Deacetylase Inhibitors to Suppress Growth of Competitors

Venturelli S., Belz R. G., Kamper A., Berger A., von Horn K., Wegner A., Bocker A., Zabulon G., Langenecker T., Kohlbacher O., Barneche F., Weigel D., Lauer U. M., Bitzer M. and Becker C.
Plant Cell
(2015), .
386.

KH domain protein RCF3 is a tissue-biased regulator of the plant miRNA biogenesis cofactor HYL1

Karlsson P., Christie M. D., Seymour D. K., Wang H., Wang X., Hagmann J., Kulcheski F. and Manavella P. A.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A
(2015), .
385.

Ubiquitin facilitates a quality-control pathway that removes damaged chloroplasts

Woodson J. D., Joens M. S., Sinson A. B., Gilkerson J., Salome P. A., Weigel D., Fitzpatrick J. A. and Chory J.
Science
(2015), 350(6259) 450-4.
384.

Modulation of Ambient Temperature-Dependent Flowering in Arabidopsis thaliana by Natural Variation of FLOWERING LOCUS M

Lutz U., Pose D., Pfeifer M., Gundlach H., Hagmann J., Wang C., Weigel D., Mayer K. F., Schmid M. and Schwechheimer C.
PLoS Genet
(2015), 11(10) e1005588.
383.

Gibberellic acid signaling is required for ambient temperature-mediated induction of flowering in Arabidopsis thaliana

Galvao V. C., Collani S., Horrer D. and Schmid M.
Plant J
(2015), .
382.

Improving the Annotation of Arabidopsis lyrata Using RNA-Seq Data

Rawat V., Abdelsamad A., Pietzenuk B., Seymour D. K., Koenig D., Weigel D., Pecinka A. and Schneeberger K.
PLoS One
(2015), 10(9) e0137391.
381.

Chromatin in 3D: progress and prospects for plants

Liu C. and Weigel D.
Genome Biol
(2015), 16(1) 170.
380.

Role of alternative pre-mRNA splicing in temperature signaling

Capovilla G., Pajoro A., Immink R. G. and Schmid M.
Curr Opin Plant Biol
(2015), 27 97-103.
379.

Improved white spruce (Picea glauca) genome assemblies and annotation of large gene families of conifer terpenoid and phenolic defense metabolism

Warren R. L., Keeling C. I., Yuen M. M., Raymond A., Taylor G. A., Vandervalk B. P., Mohamadi H., Paulino D., Chiu R., Jackman S. D., Robertson G., Yang C., Boyle B., Hoffmann M., Weigel D., Nelson D. R., Ritland C., Isabel N., Jaquish B., Yanchuk A., Bousquet J., Jones S. J., MacKay J., Birol I. and Bohlmann J.
Plant J
(2015), 83(2) 189-212.
378.

Mutant Allele-Specific Uncoupling of PENETRATION3 Functions Reveals Engagement of the ATP-Binding Cassette Transporter in Distinct Tryptophan Metabolic Pathways

Lu X., Dittgen J., Pislewska-Bednarek M., Molina A., Schneider B., Svatos A., Doubsky J., Schneeberger K., Weigel D., Bednarek P. and Schulze-Lefert P.
Plant Physiol
(2015), 168(3) 814-27.
377.

Adenylate cyclase 5 is required for melanophore and male pattern development in the guppy (Poecilia reticulata)

Kottler V. A., Kunstner A., Koch I., Flotenmeyer M., Langenecker T., Hoffmann M., Sharma E., Weigel D. and Dreyer C.
Pigment Cell Melanoma Res
(2015), .
376.

Genome-wide detection of intervals of genetic heterogeneity associated with complex traits

Llinares-Lopez F., Grimm D. G., Bodenham D. A., Gieraths U., Sugiyama M., Rowan B. and Borgwardt K.
Bioinformatics
(2015), 31(12) i240-i249.
375.

Profiling of embryonic nuclear vs. cellular RNA in Arabidopsis thaliana

Slane D., Kong J., Schmid M., Jurgens G. and Bayer M.
Genom Data
(2015), 4 96-8.
374.

Single Geographic Origin of a Widespread Autotetraploid Arabidopsis arenosa Lineage Followed by Interploidy Admixture

Arnold B., Kim S. T. and Bomblies K.
Mol Biol Evol
(2015), 32(6) 1382-95.
373.

THO2, a core member of the THO/TREX complex, is required for microRNA production in Arabidopsis

Francisco-Mangilet A. G., Karlsson P., Kim M. H., Eo H. J., Oh S. A., Kim J. H., Kulcheski F. R., Park S. K. and Manavella P. A.
Plant J
(2015), 82(6) 1018-29.
372.

Salinity is an agent of divergent selection driving local adaptation of Arabidopsis thaliana to coastal habitats

Busoms S., Teres J., Huang X., Bomblies K., Danku J., Douglas A., Weigel D., Poschenrieder C. and Salt D. E.
Plant Physiol
(2015), .
371.

FYVE1 is essential for vacuole biogenesis and intracellular trafficking in Arabidopsis

Kolb C., Nagel M. K., Kalinowska K., Hagmann J., Ichikawa M., Anzenberger F., Alkofer A., Sato M. H., Braun P. and Isono E.
Plant Physiol
(2015), 167(4) 1361-73.
370.

Genome expansion of Arabis alpina linked with retrotransposition and reduced symmetric DNA methylation

Willing Eva-Maria, Rawat Vimal, Mandáková Terezie, Maumus Florian, James Geo Velikkakam, Nordström Karl J. V., Becker Claude, Warthmann Norman, Chica Claudia, Szarzynska Bogna, Zytnicki Matthias, Albani Maria C., Kiefer Christiane, Bergonzi Sara, Castaings Loren, Mateos Julieta L., Berns Markus C., Bujdoso Nora, Piofczyk Thomas, de Lorenzo Laura, Barrero-Sicilia Cristina, Mateos Isabel, Piednoël Mathieu, Hagmann Jörg, Chen-Min-Tao Romy, Iglesias-Fernández Raquel, Schuster Stephan C., Alonso-Blanco Carlos, Roudier François, Carbonero Pilar, Paz-Ares Javier, Davis Seth J., Pecinka Ales, Quesneville Hadi, Colot Vincent, Lysak Martin A., Weigel Detlef, Coupland George and Schneeberger Korbinian
Nature Plants
(2015), 1 14023.
369.

A quantitative and dynamic model of the Arabidopsis flowering time gene regulatory network

Leal Valentim F., Mourik Sv, Pose D., Kim M. C., Schmid M., van Ham R. C., Busscher M., Sanchez-Perez G. F., Molenaar J., Angenent G. C., Immink R. G. and van Dijk A. D.
PLoS One
(2015), 10(2) e0116973.
368.

Beyond the thale: comparative genomics and genetics of Arabidopsis relatives

Koenig D. and Weigel D.
Nat Rev Genet
(2015), 16(5) 285-98.
367.

Century-scale methylome stability in a recently diverged Arabidopsis thaliana lineage

Hagmann J., Becker C., Muller J., Stegle O., Meyer R. C., Wang G., Schneeberger K., Fitz J., Altmann T., Bergelson J., Borgwardt K. and Weigel D.
PLoS Genet
(2015), 11(1) e1004920.
366.

Control of flowering by ambient temperature

Capovilla G., Schmid M. and Pose D.
J Exp Bot
(2015), 66(1) 59-69.
365.

Dissection of miRNA pathways using arabidopsis mesophyll protoplasts

Martinho C., Confraria A., Elias C. A., Crozet P., Rubio-Somoza I., Weigel D. and Baena-Gonzalez E.
Mol Plant
(2015), 8(2) 261-75.
364.

Evolution. Response to Comment on "A promiscuous intermediate underlies the evolution of LEAFY DNA binding specificity"

Brockington S. F., Moyroud E., Sayou C., Monniaux M., Nanao M. H., Thevenon E., Chahtane H., Warthmann N., Melkonian M., Zhang Y., Wong G. K., Weigel D., Dumas R. and Parcy F.
Science
(2015), 347(6222) 621.
363.

Genome-wide analysis of local chromatin packing in Arabidopsis thaliana

Wang C., Liu C., Roqueiro D., Grimm D., Schwab R., Becker C., Lanz C. and Weigel D.
Genome Res
(2015), 25(2) 246-56.
362.

Lack of symmetric CG methylation and long-lasting retrotransposon activity have shaped the genome of Arabis alpina

Schneeberger K., Willing E. M., Rawat V., Mandáková T., Maumus F., Velikkakam James G., Nordström K., Becker C., Warthmann N., Chica C., Szarzynska B., Zytnicki M., Albani M., Kiefer C., Bergonzi S., Castaings L., Mateos J., Berns M., Bujdoso N., Piofczyk T., de Lorenzo L., Barrero-Sicilia C., Mateos I., Piednoël M., Hagmann J., Chen-Min-Tao R., Iglesias-Fernández R., Schuster S., Alonso-Blanco C., Roudier F., Carbonero P., Paz-Ares J., Davis S., Pecinka A., Quesneville H., Colot V., Lysak M., Weigel D. and Coupland G.
Nat Plants (2015), , accepted for publication.
361.

Mutations in the EDR1 Gene Alter the Response of Arabidopsis thaliana to Phytophthora infestans and the Bacterial PAMPs flg22 and elf18

Geissler K., Eschen-Lippold L., Naumann K., Schneeberger K., Weigel D., Scheel D., Rosahl S. and Westphal L.
Mol Plant Microbe Interact
(2015), 28(2) 122-33.
360.

Pheomelanin in fish?

Kottler V. A., Kunstner A. and Schartl M.
Pigment Cell Melanoma Res
(2015), 28(3) 355-6.
359.

Population genomics of natural and experimental populations of guppies (Poecilia reticulata)

Fraser B. A., Kunstner A., Reznick D. N., Dreyer C. and Weigel D.
Mol Ecol
(2015), 24(2) 389-408.
358.

Rapid and Inexpensive Whole-Genome Genotyping-by-Sequencing for Crossover Localization and Fine-Scale Genetic Mapping

Rowan B. A., Patel V., Weigel D. and Schneeberger K.
G3 (Bethesda)
(2015), Jan 13.
357.

Rapid divergence and high diversity of miRNAs and miRNA targets in the Camelineae

Smith L. M., Burbano H. A., Wang X., Fitz J., Wang G., Ural-Blimke Y. and Weigel D.
Plant J
(2015), 81(4) 597-610.
356.

Recognizing the importance of new tools and resources for research

Schekman R., Weigel D. and Watt F. M.
Elife
(2015), 4.

2014

355.

Recent geographic convergence in diurnal and annual temperature cycling flattens global thermal profiles

Wang G. and Dillon M. E.
Nature Clim. Change
(2014), 4(11) 988-992.
354.

A functional and evolutionary perspective on transcription factor binding in Arabidopsis thaliana

Heyndrickx K. S., Van de Velde J., Wang C., Weigel D. and Vandepoele K.
Plant Cell
(2014), 26(10) 3894-910.
353.

A promiscuous intermediate underlies the evolution of LEAFY DNA binding specificity

Sayou C., Monniaux M., Nanao M. H., Moyroud E., Brockington S. F., Thevenon E., Chahtane H., Warthmann N., Melkonian M., Zhang Y., Wong G. K., Weigel D., Parcy F. and Dumas R.
Science
(2014), 343(6171) 645-8.
352.

A regulatory framework for shoot stem cell control integrating metabolic, transcriptional, and phytohormone signals

Schuster C., Gaillochet C., Medzihradszky A., Busch W., Daum G., Krebs M., Kehle A. and Lohmann J. U.
Dev Cell
(2014), 28(4) 438-49.
351.

Activation of the Arabidopsis thaliana immune system by combinations of common ACD6 alleles

Todesco M., Kim S. T., Chae E., Bomblies K., Zaidem M., Smith L. M., Weigel D. and Laitinen R. A.
PLoS Genet
(2014), 10(7) e1004459.
350.

Advancing research

Patterson M., Schekman R., Watt F. M. and Weigel D.
Elife
(2014), 3 e03980.
349.

Analysis of a plant complex resistance gene locus underlying immune-related hybrid incompatibility and its occurrence in nature

Alcazar R., von Reth M., Bautor J., Chae E., Weigel D., Koornneef M. and Parker J. E.
PLoS Genet
(2014), 10(12) e1004848.
348.

Cell type-specific transcriptome analysis in the early Arabidopsis thaliana embryo

Slane D., Kong J., Berendzen K. W., Kilian J., Henschen A., Kolb M., Schmid M., Harter K., Mayer U., De Smet I., Bayer M. and Jurgens G.
Development
(2014), 141(24) 4831-40.
347.

CHOLINE TRANSPORTER-LIKE1 is required for sieve plate development to mediate long-distance cell-to-cell communication

Dettmer J., Ursache R., Campilho A., Miyashima S., Belevich I., O'Regan S., Mullendore D. L., Yadav S. R., Lanz C., Beverina L., Papagni A., Schneeberger K., Weigel D., Stierhof Y. D., Moritz T., Knoblauch M., Jokitalo E. and Helariutta Y.
Nat Commun
(2014), 5 4276.
346.

Convergent targeting of a common host protein-network by pathogen effectors from three kingdoms of life

Wessling R., Epple P., Altmann S., He Y., Yang L., Henz S. R., McDonald N., Wiley K., Bader K. C., Glasser C., Mukhtar M. S., Haigis S., Ghamsari L., Stephens A. E., Ecker J. R., Vidal M., Jones J. D., Mayer K. F., Ver Loren van Themaat E., Weigel D., Schulze-Lefert P., Dangl J. L., Panstruga R. and Braun P.
Cell Host Microbe
(2014), 16(3) 364-75.
345.

Different mechanisms for Arabidopsis thaliana hybrid necrosis cases inferred from temperature responses

Muralidharan S., Box M. S., Sedivy E. L., Wigge P. A., Weigel D. and Rowan B. A.
Plant Biol (Stuttg)
(2014), 16(6) 1033-41.
344.

DNA topoisomerase 1alpha promotes transcriptional silencing of transposable elements through DNA methylation and histone lysine 9 dimethylation in Arabidopsis

Dinh T. T., Gao L., Liu X., Li D., Li S., Zhao Y., O'Leary M., Le B., Schmitz R. J., Manavella P., Li S., Weigel D., Pontes O., Ecker J. R. and Chen X.
PLoS Genet
(2014), 10(7) e1004446.
343.

Evolution of DNA methylation patterns in the Brassicaceae is driven by differences in genome organization

Seymour D. K., Koenig D., Hagmann J., Becker C. and Weigel D.
PLoS Genet
(2014), 10(11) e1004785.
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Mating system shifts and transposable element evolution in the plant genus Capsella

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Hollister J. D., Smith L. M., Guo Y. L., Ott F., Weigel D. and Gaut B. S.
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Climate change and the integrity of science

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Control of lateral organ development and flowering time by the Arabidopsis thaliana MADS-box Gene AGAMOUS-LIKE6

Koo S. C., Bracko O., Park M. S., Schwab R., Chun H. J., Park K. M., Seo J. S., Grbic V., Balasubramanian S., Schmid M., Godard F., Yun D. J., Lee S. Y., Cho M. J., Weigel D. and Kim M. C.
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Directed gene silencing with artificial microRNAs

Schwab R., Ossowski S., Warthmann N. and Weigel D.
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Genome-wide association study of 107 phenotypes in Arabidopsis thaliana inbred lines

Atwell S., Huang Y. S., Vilhjalmsson B. J., Willems G., Horton M., Li Y., Meng D., Platt A., Tarone A. M., Hu T. T., Jiang R., Muliyati N. W., Zhang X., Amer M. A., Baxter I., Brachi B., Chory J., Dean C., Debieu M., de Meaux J., Ecker J. R., Faure N., Kniskern J. M., Jones J. D., Michael T., Nemri A., Roux F., Salt D. E., Tang C., Todesco M., Traw M. B., Weigel D., Marjoram P., Borevitz J. O., Bergelson J. and Nordborg M.
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Genome-wide single nucleotide polymorphisms reveal population history and adaptive divergence in wild guppies

Willing E. M., Bentzen P., van Oosterhout C., Hoffmann M., Cable J., Breden F., Weigel D. and Dreyer C.
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Laubinger S., Zeller G., Henz S. R., Buechel S., Sachsenberg T., Wang J. W., Ratsch G. and Weigel D.
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Hormonal control of the shoot stem-cell niche

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Identification of a spontaneous frame shift mutation in a nonreference Arabidopsis accession using whole genome sequencing

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Increased leaf size: different means to an end

Gonzalez N., De Bodt S., Sulpice R., Jikumaru Y., Chae E., Dhondt S., Van Daele T., De Milde L., Weigel D., Kamiya Y., Stitt M., Beemster G. T. and Inze D.
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Local-scale patterns of genetic variability, outcrossing, and spatial structure in natural stands of Arabidopsis thaliana

Bomblies K., Yant L., Laitinen R. A., Kim S. T., Hollister J. D., Warthmann N., Fitz J. and Weigel D.
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MicroRNA gene evolution in Arabidopsis lyrata and Arabidopsis thaliana

Fahlgren N., Jogdeo S., Kasschau K. D., Sullivan C. M., Chapman E. J., Laubinger S., Smith L. M., Dasenko M., Givan S. A., Weigel D. and Carrington J. C.
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MONOPTEROS controls embryonic root initiation by regulating a mobile transcription factor

Schlereth A., Moller B., Liu W., Kientz M., Flipse J., Rademacher E. H., Schmid M., Jurgens G. and Weijers D.
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Natural allelic variation underlying a major fitness trade-off in Arabidopsis thaliana

Todesco M., Balasubramanian S., Hu T. T., Traw M. B., Horton M., Epple P., Kuhns C., Sureshkumar S., Schwartz C., Lanz C., Laitinen R. A., Huang Y., Chory J., Lipka V., Borevitz J. O., Dangl J. L., Bergelson J., Nordborg M. and Weigel D.
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Natural diversity in flowering responses of Arabidopsis thaliana caused by variation in a tandem gene array

Rosloski S. M., Jali S. S., Balasubramanian S., Weigel D. and Grbic V.
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218.

Next generation molecular ecology

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217.

On reconciling the interactions between APETALA2, miR172 and AGAMOUS with the ABC model of flower development

Wollmann H., Mica E., Todesco M., Long J. A. and Weigel D.
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216.

Orchestration of the floral transition and floral development in Arabidopsis by the bifunctional transcription factor APETALA2

Yant L., Mathieu J., Dinh T. T., Ott F., Lanz C., Wollmann H., Chen X. and Schmid M.
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Probing the reproducibility of leaf growth and molecular phenotypes: a comparison of three Arabidopsis accessions cultivated in ten laboratories

Massonnet C., Vile D., Fabre J., Hannah M. A., Caldana C., Lisec J., Beemster G. T., Meyer R. C., Messerli G., Gronlund J. T., Perkovic J., Wigmore E., May S., Bevan M. W., Meyer C., Rubio-Diaz S., Weigel D., Micol J. L., Buchanan-Wollaston V., Fiorani F., Walsh S., Rinn B., Gruissem W., Hilson P., Hennig L., Willmitzer L. and Granier C.
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Role of A-type ARABIDOPSIS RESPONSE REGULATORS in meristem maintenance and regeneration

Buechel S., Leibfried A., To J. P., Zhao Z., Andersen S. U., Kieber J. J. and Lohmann J. U.
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213.

Small RNAs in flower development

Wollmann H. and Weigel D.
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212.

STIMPY mediates cytokinin signaling during shoot meristem establishment in Arabidopsis seedlings

Skylar A., Hong F., Chory J., Weigel D. and Wu X.
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Werner S., Wollmann H., Schneeberger K. and Weigel D.
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210.

Ten years of genetics and genomics: what have we achieved and where are we heading?

Heard E., Tishkoff S., Todd J. A., Vidal M., Wagner G. P., Wang J., Weigel D. and Young R.
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The FANTASTIC FOUR proteins influence shoot meristem size in Arabidopsis thaliana

Wahl V., Brand L. H., Guo Y. L. and Schmid M.
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The rate and molecular spectrum of spontaneous mutations in Arabidopsis thaliana

Ossowski S., Schneeberger K., Lucas-Lledo J. I., Warthmann N., Clark R. M., Shaw R. G., Weigel D. and Lynch M.
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The role of the Arabidopsis morning loop components CCA1, LHY, PRR7, and PRR9 in temperature compensation

Salome P. A., Weigel D. and McClung C. R.
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The scale of population structure in Arabidopsis thaliana

Platt A., Horton M., Huang Y. S., Li Y., Anastasio A. E., Mulyati N. W., Agren J., Bossdorf O., Byers D., Donohue K., Dunning M., Holub E. B., Hudson A., Le Corre V., Loudet O., Roux F., Warthmann N., Weigel D., Rivero L., Scholl R., Nordborg M., Bergelson J. and Borevitz J. O.
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Transcriptional control of a plant stem cell niche

Busch W., Miotk A., Ariel F. D., Zhao Z., Forner J., Daum G., Suzaki T., Schuster C., Schultheiss S. J., Leibfried A., Haubeiss S., Ha N., Chan R. L. and Lohmann J. U.
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204.

Transcriptional control of gene expression by microRNAs

Khraiwesh B., Arif M. A., Seumel G. I., Ossowski S., Weigel D., Reski R. and Frank W.
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203.

Transient assays for the analysis of miRNA processing and function

de Felippes F. F. and Weigel D.
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Transmission electron microscopy (TEM) freeze substitution of plant tissues

Weigel D. and Glazebrook J.
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A genetic defect caused by a triplet repeat expansion in Arabidopsis thaliana

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Cis-regulatory changes at FLOWERING LOCUS T mediate natural variation in flowering responses of Arabidopsis thaliana

Schwartz C., Balasubramanian S., Warthmann N., Michael T. P., Lempe J., Sureshkumar S., Kobayashi Y., Maloof J. N., Borevitz J. O., Chory J. and Weigel D.
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Comprehensive analysis of Arabidopsis expression level polymorphisms with simple inheritance

Plantegenet S., Weber J., Goldstein D. R., Zeller G., Nussbaumer C., Thomas J., Weigel D., Harshman K. and Hardtke C. S.
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Deep sequencing to reveal new variants in pooled DNA samples

Out A. A., van Minderhout I. J., Goeman J. J., Ariyurek Y., Ossowski S., Schneeberger K., Weigel D., van Galen M., Taschner P. E., Tops C. M., Breuning M. H., van Ommen G. J., den Dunnen J. T., Devilee P. and Hes F. J.
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Dellaporta miniprep for plant DNA isolation

Weigel D. and Glazebrook J.
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DETORQUEO, QUIRKY, and ZERZAUST represent novel components involved in organ development mediated by the receptor-like kinase STRUBBELIG in Arabidopsis thaliana

Fulton L., Batoux M., Vaddepalli P., Yadav R. K., Busch W., Andersen S. U., Jeong S., Lohmann J. U. and Schneitz K.
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Dual roles of the bZIP transcription factor PERIANTHIA in the control of floral architecture and homeotic gene expression

Maier A. T., Stehling-Sun S., Wollmann H., Demar M., Hong R. L., Haubeiss S., Weigel D. and Lohmann J. U.
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Genetic linkage map of the guppy, Poecilia reticulata, and quantitative trait loci analysis of male size and colour variation

Tripathi N., Hoffmann M., Willing E. M., Lanz C., Weigel D. and Dreyer C.
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Genomewide SNP variation reveals relationships among landraces and modern varieties of rice

McNally K. L., Childs K. L., Bohnert R., Davidson R. M., Zhao K., Ulat V. J., Zeller G., Clark R. M., Hoen D. R., Bureau T. E., Stokowski R., Ballinger D. G., Frazer K. A., Cox D. R., Padhukasahasram B., Bustamante C. D., Weigel D., Mackill D. J., Bruskiewich R. M., Ratsch G., Buell C. R., Leung H. and Leach J. E.
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Highly specific gene silencing by artificial microRNAs in the unicellular alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii

Molnar A., Bassett A., Thuenemann E., Schwach F., Karkare S., Ossowski S., Weigel D. and Baulcombe D.
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Just say no: floral repressors help Arabidopsis bide the time

Yant L., Mathieu J. and Schmid M.
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KIRMES: kernel-based identification of regulatory modules in euchromatic sequences

Schultheiss S. J., Busch W., Lohmann J. U., Kohlbacher O. and Ratsch G.
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Linkage analysis reveals the independent origin of Poeciliid sex chromosomes and a case of atypical sex inheritance in the guppy (Poecilia reticulata)

Tripathi N., Hoffmann M., Weigel D. and Dreyer C.
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miR156-regulated SPL transcription factors define an endogenous flowering pathway in Arabidopsis thaliana

Wang J. W., Czech B. and Weigel D.
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Phenotypic analysis of Arabidopsis mutants: bacterial pathogens

Weigel D. and Glazebrook J.
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QTL mapping in new Arabidopsis thaliana advanced intercross-recombinant inbred lines

Balasubramanian S., Schwartz C., Singh A., Warthmann N., Kim M. C., Maloof J. N., Loudet O., Trainer G. T., Dabi T., Borevitz J. O., Chory J. and Weigel D.
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Quantitative RNA expression analysis with Affymetrix Tiling 1.0R arrays identifies new E2F target genes

Naouar N., Vandepoele K., Lammens T., Casneuf T., Zeller G., van Hummelen P., Weigel D., Ratsch G., Inze D., Kuiper M., De Veylder L. and Vuylsteke M.
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184.

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Weigel D. and Glazebrook J.
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Recent speciation of Capsella rubella from Capsella grandiflora, associated with loss of self-incompatibility and an extreme bottleneck

Guo Y. L., Bechsgaard J. S., Slotte T., Neuffer B., Lascoux M., Weigel D. and Schierup M. H.
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Regulation and functional specialization of small RNA-target nodes during plant development

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Selective epigenetic control of retrotransposition in Arabidopsis

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SHOREmap: simultaneous mapping and mutation identification by deep sequencing

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Simultaneous alignment of short reads against multiple genomes

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Stress-induced changes in the Arabidopsis thaliana transcriptome analyzed using whole-genome tiling arrays

Zeller G., Henz S. R., Widmer C. K., Sachsenberg T., Ratsch G., Weigel D. and Laubinger S.
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The 1001 genomes project for Arabidopsis thaliana

Weigel D. and Mott R.
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The NGATHA genes direct style development in the Arabidopsis gynoecium

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The sequential action of miR156 and miR172 regulates developmental timing in Arabidopsis

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A zinc knuckle protein that negatively controls morning-specific growth in Arabidopsis thaliana

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Amino acid polymorphisms in Arabidopsis phytochrome B cause differential responses to light

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At-TAX: a whole genome tiling array resource for developmental expression analysis and transcript identification in Arabidopsis thaliana

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Comparative analysis of the MIR319a microRNA locus in Arabidopsis and related Brassicaceae

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Crystal families and systems in higher dimensions, and geometrical symbols of their point groups. II. Cubic families in five- and n-dimensional spaces

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Detecting polymorphic regions in Arabidopsis thaliana with resequencing microarrays

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Fixation, embedding, and sectioning of plant tissues

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Sequencing of natural strains of Arabidopsis thaliana with short reads

Ossowski S., Schneeberger K., Clark R. M., Lanz C., Warthmann N. and Weigel D.
Genome Res
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149.

Specific gene silencing by artificial MicroRNAs in Physcomitrella patens: an alternative to targeted gene knockouts

Khraiwesh B., Ossowski S., Weigel D., Reski R. and Frank W.
Plant Physiol
(2008), 148(2) 684-93.
148.

The Arabidopsis COP9 signalosome is essential for G2 phase progression and genomic stability

Dohmann E. M., Levesque M. P., De Veylder L., Reichardt I., Jurgens G., Schmid M. and Schwechheimer C.
Development
(2008), 135(11) 2013-22.
147.

The DOF transcription factor OBP1 is involved in cell cycle regulation in Arabidopsis thaliana

Skirycz A., Radziejwoski A., Busch W., Hannah M. A., Czeszejko J., Kwasniewski M., Zanor M. I., Lohmann J. U., De Veylder L., Witt I. and Mueller-Roeber B.
Plant J
(2008), 56(5) 779-92.
146.

The impact of Arabidopsis on human health: diversifying our portfolio

Jones A. M., Chory J., Dangl J. L., Estelle M., Jacobsen S. E., Meyerowitz E. M., Nordborg M. and Weigel D.
Cell
(2008), 133(6) 939-43.
145.

The impact of shared ancestral variation on hybrid male lethality--a 16 codon indel in the Drosophila simulans Lhr gene

Nolte V., Weigel D. and Schlotterer C.
J Evol Biol
(2008), 21(2) 551-5.
144.

Transcript normalization and segmentation of tiling array data

Zeller G., Henz S. R., Laubinger S., Weigel D. and Ratsch G.
Pac Symp Biocomput (2008), 527-38.

2007

143.

10 years of Current Opinion in Plant Biology 1997-2007

Weigel D. and Dangl J. L.
Curr Opin Plant Biol
(2007), 10(6) 543-5.
142.

Antagonistic regulation of PIN phosphorylation by PP2A and PINOID directs auxin flux

Michniewicz M., Zago M. K., Abas L., Weijers D., Schweighofer A., Meskiene I., Heisler M. G., Ohno C., Zhang J., Huang F., Schwab R., Weigel D., Meyerowitz E. M., Luschnig C., Offringa R. and Friml J.
Cell
(2007), 130(6) 1044-56.
141.

Arabidopsis: a model genus for speciation

Bomblies K. and Weigel D.
Curr Opin Genet Dev
(2007), 17(6) 500-4.
140.

Autoimmune response as a mechanism for a Dobzhansky-Muller-type incompatibility syndrome in plants

Bomblies K., Lempe J., Epple P., Warthmann N., Lanz C., Dangl J. L. and Weigel D.
PLoS Biol
(2007), 5(9) e236.
139.

Combinations of WOX activities regulate tissue proliferation during Arabidopsis embryonic development

Wu X., Chory J. and Weigel D.
Dev Biol
(2007), 309(2) 306-16.
138.

Common sequence polymorphisms shaping genetic diversity in Arabidopsis thaliana

Clark R. M., Schweikert G., Toomajian C., Ossowski S., Zeller G., Shinn P., Warthmann N., Hu T. T., Fu G., Hinds D. A., Chen H., Frazer K. A., Huson D. H., Scholkopf B., Nordborg M., Ratsch G., Ecker J. R. and Weigel D.
Science
(2007), 317(5836) 338-42.
137.

Distinct expression patterns of natural antisense transcripts in Arabidopsis

Henz S. R., Cumbie J. S., Kasschau K. D., Lohmann J. U., Carrington J. C., Weigel D. and Schmid M.
Plant Physiol
(2007), 144(3) 1247-55.
136.

ESTs and EST-linked polymorphisms for genetic mapping and phylogenetic reconstruction in the guppy, Poecilia reticulata

Dreyer C., Hoffmann M., Lanz C., Willing E. M., Riester M., Warthmann N., Sprecher A., Tripathi N., Henz S. R. and Weigel D.
BMC Genomics
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135.

Export of FT protein from phloem companion cells is sufficient for floral induction in Arabidopsis

Mathieu J., Warthmann N., Kuttner F. and Schmid M.
Curr Biol
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134.

Genome-wide patterns of single-feature polymorphism in Arabidopsis thaliana

Borevitz J. O., Hazen S. P., Michael T. P., Morris G. P., Baxter I. R., Hu T. T., Chen H., Werner J. D., Nordborg M., Salt D. E., Kay S. A., Chory J., Weigel D., Jones J. D. and Ecker J. R.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A
(2007), 104(29) 12057-62.
133.

HUA2 caused natural variation in shoot morphology of A. thaliana

Wang Q., Sajja U., Rosloski S., Humphrey T., Kim M. C., Bomblies K., Weigel D. and Grbic V.
Curr Biol
(2007), 17(17) 1513-9.
132.

Hybrid necrosis: autoimmunity as a potential gene-flow barrier in plant species

Bomblies K. and Weigel D.
Nat Rev Genet
(2007), 8(5) 382-93.
131.

Move on up, it's time for change--mobile signals controlling photoperiod-dependent flowering

Kobayashi Y. and Weigel D.
Genes Dev
(2007), 21(19) 2371-84.
130.

MSQT for choosing SNP assays from multiple DNA alignments

Warthmann N., Fitz J. and Weigel D.
Bioinformatics
(2007), 23(20) 2784-7.
129.

Opsin gene duplication and diversification in the guppy, a model for sexual selection

Hoffmann M., Tripathi N., Henz S. R., Lindholm A. K., Weigel D., Breden F. and Dreyer C.
Proc Biol Sci
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128.

Profiling a plant: expression analysis in Arabidopsis

Busch W. and Lohmann J. U.
Curr Opin Plant Biol
(2007), 10(2) 136-41.
127.

Recombination and linkage disequilibrium in Arabidopsis thaliana

Kim S., Plagnol V., Hu T. T., Toomajian C., Clark R. M., Ossowski S., Ecker J. R., Weigel D. and Nordborg M.
Nat Genet
(2007), 39(9) 1151-5.
126.

Sequence and expression differences underlie functional specialization of Arabidopsis microRNAs miR159 and miR319

Palatnik J. F., Wollmann H., Schommer C., Schwab R., Boisbouvier J., Rodriguez R., Warthmann N., Allen E., Dezulian T., Huson D., Carrington J. C. and Weigel D.
Dev Cell
(2007), 13(1) 115-25.
125.

Target mimicry provides a new mechanism for regulation of microRNA activity

Franco-Zorrilla J. M., Valli A., Todesco M., Mateos I., Puga M. I., Rubio-Somoza I., Leyva A., Weigel D., Garcia J. A. and Paz-Ares J.
Nat Genet
(2007), 39(8) 1033-7.
124.

The evolution of selfing in Arabidopsis thaliana

Tang C., Toomajian C., Sherman-Broyles S., Plagnol V., Guo Y. L., Hu T. T., Clark R. M., Nasrallah J. B., Weigel D. and Nordborg M.
Science
(2007), 317(5841) 1070-2.

2006

123.

A divergent external loop confers antagonistic activity on floral regulators FT and TFL1

Ahn J. H., Miller D., Winter V. J., Banfield M. J., Lee J. H., Yoo S. Y., Henz S. R., Brady R. L. and Weigel D.
EMBO J
(2006), 25(3) 605-14.
122.

A tiny helper lightens the maternal load

Weigel D. and Izaurralde E.
Cell
(2006), 124(6) 1117-8.
121.

CrossLink: visualization and exploration of sequence relationships between (micro) RNAs

Dezulian T., Schaefer M., Wiese R., Weigel D. and Huson D. H.
Nucleic Acids Res
(2006), 34(Web Server issue) W400-4.
120.

EMS Mutagenesis of Arabidopsis Seed

Weigel D. and Glazebrook J.
CSH Protoc
(2006), 2006(5).
119.

Evolutionary divergence of LFY function in the mustards Arabidopsis thaliana and Leavenworthia crassa

Sliwinski M. K., White M. A., Maizel A., Weigel D. and Baum D. A.
Plant Mol Biol
(2006), 62(1-2) 279-89.
118.

Forward Genetics in Arabidopsis: Finding Mutations that Cause Particular Phenotypes

Weigel D. and Glazebrook J.
CSH Protoc
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117.

Glufosinate ammonium selection of transformed Arabidopsis

Weigel D. and Glazebrook J.
CSH Protoc
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116.

Highly specific gene silencing by artificial microRNAs in Arabidopsis

Schwab R., Ossowski S., Riester M., Warthmann N. and Weigel D.
Plant Cell
(2006), 18(5) 1121-33.
115.

Identification of plant microRNA homologs

Dezulian T., Remmert M., Palatnik J. F., Weigel D. and Huson D. H.
Bioinformatics
(2006), 22(3) 359-60.
114.

In planta transformation of Arabidopsis

Weigel D. and Glazebrook J.
CSH Protoc
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113.

In vitro culture of embryos of the guppy, Poecilia reticulata

Martyn U., Weigel D. and Dreyer C.
Dev Dyn
(2006), 235(3) 617-22.
112.

Kanamycin selection of transformed Arabidopsis

Weigel D. and Glazebrook J.
CSH Protoc
(2006), 2006(7).
111.

NUBBIN and JAGGED define stamen and carpel shape in Arabidopsis

Dinneny J. R., Weigel D. and Yanofsky M. F.
Development
(2006), 133(9) 1645-55.
110.

Potent induction of Arabidopsis thaliana flowering by elevated growth temperature

Balasubramanian S., Sureshkumar S., Lempe J. and Weigel D.
PLoS Genet
(2006), 2(7) e106.
109.

Root transformation of Arabidopsis

Weigel D. and Glazebrook J.
CSH Protoc
(2006), 2006(7).
108.

Screening DNA Pools for T-DNA Insertions in Arabidopsis Genes

Weigel D. and Glazebrook J.
CSH Protoc
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107.

Setting up Arabidopsis crosses

Weigel D. and Glazebrook J.
CSH Protoc
(2006), 2006(5).
106.

Temperature Induced Flowering in Arabidopsis thaliana

Balasubramanian S. and Weigel D.
Plant Signal Behav (2006), 1(5) 227-8.
105.

The PHYTOCHROME C photoreceptor gene mediates natural variation in flowering and growth responses of Arabidopsis thaliana

Balasubramanian S., Sureshkumar S., Agrawal M., Michael T. P., Wessinger C., Maloof J. N., Clark R., Warthmann N., Chory J. and Weigel D.
Nat Genet
(2006), 38(6) 711-5.
104.

Transformation of agrobacterium using electroporation

Weigel D. and Glazebrook J.
CSH Protoc
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103.

Transformation of agrobacterium using the freeze-thaw method

Weigel D. and Glazebrook J.
CSH Protoc
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102.

Vectors and agrobacterium hosts for Arabidopsis transformation

Weigel D. and Glazebrook J.
CSH Protoc
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101.

Whole-genome analysis of the SHORT-ROOT developmental pathway in Arabidopsis

Levesque M. P., Vernoux T., Busch W., Cui H., Wang J. Y., Blilou I., Hassan H., Nakajima K., Matsumoto N., Lohmann J. U., Scheres B. and Benfey P. N.
PLoS Biol
(2006), 4(5) e143.

2005

100.

A gene expression map of Arabidopsis thaliana development

Schmid M., Davison T. S., Henz S. R., Pape U. J., Demar M., Vingron M., Scholkopf B., Weigel D. and Lohmann J. U.
Nat Genet
(2005), 37(5) 501-6.
99.

A genetic framework for fruit patterning in Arabidopsis thaliana

Dinneny J. R., Weigel D. and Yanofsky M. F.
Development
(2005), 132(21) 4687-96.
98.

Comprehensive interaction map of the Arabidopsis MADS Box transcription factors

de Folter S., Immink R. G., Kieffer M., Parenicova L., Henz S. R., Weigel D., Busscher M., Kooiker M., Colombo L., Kater M. M., Davies B. and Angenent G. C.
Plant Cell
(2005), 17(5) 1424-33.
97.

Conservation and divergence of FCA function between Arabidopsis and rice

Lee J. H., Cho Y. S., Yoon H. S., Suh M. C., Moon J., Lee I., Weigel D., Yun C. H. and Kim J. K.
Plant Mol Biol
(2005), 58(6) 823-38.
96.

Diversity of flowering responses in wild Arabidopsis thaliana strains

Lempe J., Balasubramanian S., Sureshkumar S., Singh A., Schmid M. and Weigel D.
PLoS Genet
(2005), 1(1) 109-18.
95.

FRIGIDA-independent variation in flowering time of natural Arabidopsis thaliana accessions

Werner J. D., Borevitz J. O., Uhlenhaut N. H., Ecker J. R., Chory J. and Weigel D.
Genetics
(2005), 170(3) 1197-207.
94.

Genetics: hotheaded healer

Weigel D. and Jurgens G.
Nature
(2005), 434(7032) 443.
93.

Integration of spatial and temporal information during floral induction in Arabidopsis

Wigge P. A., Kim M. C., Jaeger K. E., Busch W., Schmid M., Lohmann J. U. and Weigel D.
Science
(2005), 309(5737) 1056-9.
92.

Natural variation in Arabidopsis. How do we find the causal genes?

Weigel D. and Nordborg M.
Plant Physiol
(2005), 138(2) 567-8.
91.

Quantitative trait locus mapping and DNA array hybridization identify an FLM deletion as a cause for natural flowering-time variation

Werner J. D., Borevitz J. O., Warthmann N., Trainer G. T., Ecker J. R., Chory J. and Weigel D.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A
(2005), 102(7) 2460-5.
90.

Requirement of homeobox gene STIMPY/WOX9 for Arabidopsis meristem growth and maintenance

Wu X., Dabi T. and Weigel D.
Curr Biol
(2005), 15(5) 436-40.
89.

Specific effects of microRNAs on the plant transcriptome

Schwab R., Palatnik J. F., Riester M., Schommer C., Schmid M. and Weigel D.
Dev Cell
(2005), 8(4) 517-27.
88.

The 35S promoter used in a selectable marker gene of a plant transformation vector affects the expression of the transgene

Yoo S. Y., Bomblies K., Yoo S. K., Yang J. W., Choi M. S., Lee J. S., Weigel D. and Ahn J. H.
Planta
(2005), 221(4) 523-30.
87.

The floral regulator LEAFY evolves by substitutions in the DNA binding domain

Maizel A., Busch M. A., Tanahashi T., Perkovic J., Kato M., Hasebe M. and Weigel D.
Science
(2005), 308(5719) 260-3.
86.

WUSCHEL controls meristem function by direct regulation of cytokinin-inducible response regulators

Leibfried A., To J. P., Busch W., Stehling S., Kehle A., Demar M., Kieber J. J. and Lohmann J. U.
Nature
(2005), 438(7071) 1172-5.

2004

85.

Acceleration of flowering by overexpression of MFT (MOTHER OF FT AND TFL1)

Yoo S. Y., Kardailsky I., Lee J. S., Weigel D. and Ahn J. H.
Mol Cells (2004), 17(1) 95-101.
84.

From tough nuts to touch-me-nots

Lohmann J. U. and Weigel D.
Cell (2004), 116(6) 763-4.
83.

Haplotype structure and phenotypic associations in the chromosomal regions surrounding two Arabidopsis thaliana flowering time loci

Hagenblad J., Tang C., Molitor J., Werner J., Zhao K., Zheng H., Marjoram P., Weigel D. and Nordborg M.
Genetics
(2004), 168(3) 1627-38.
82.

Temporally and spatially controlled induction of gene expression in Arabidopsis thaliana

Maizel A. and Weigel D.
Plant J
(2004), 38(1) 164-71.
81.

The role of JAGGED in shaping lateral organs

Dinneny J. R., Yadegari R., Fischer R. L., Yanofsky M. F. and Weigel D.
Development
(2004), 131(5) 1101-10.

2003

80.

A thermosensory pathway controlling flowering time in Arabidopsis thaliana

Blazquez M. A., Ahn J. H. and Weigel D.
Nat Genet
(2003), 33(2) 168-71.
79.

Control of leaf morphogenesis by microRNAs

Palatnik J. F., Allen E., Wu X., Schommer C., Schwab R., Carrington J. C. and Weigel D.
Nature
(2003), 425(6955) 257-63.
78.

Dissection of floral induction pathways using global expression analysis

Schmid M., Uhlenhaut N. H., Godard F., Demar M., Bressan R., Weigel D. and Lohmann J. U.
Development
(2003), 130(24) 6001-12.
77.

Genome-wide insertional mutagenesis of Arabidopsis thaliana

Alonso J. M., Stepanova A. N., Leisse T. J., Kim C. J., Chen H., Shinn P., Stevenson D. K., Zimmerman J., Barajas P., Cheuk R., Gadrinab C., Heller C., Jeske A., Koesema E., Meyers C. C., Parker H., Prednis L., Ansari Y., Choy N., Deen H., Geralt M., Hazari N., Hom E., Karnes M., Mulholland C., Ndubaku R., Schmidt I., Guzman P., Aguilar-Henonin L., Schmid M., Weigel D., Carter D. E., Marchand T., Risseeuw E., Brogden D., Zeko A., Crosby W. L., Berry C. C. and Ecker J. R.
Science
(2003), 301(5633) 653-7.
76.

Large-scale identification of single-feature polymorphisms in complex genomes

Borevitz J. O., Liang D., Plouffe D., Chang H. S., Zhu T., Weigel D., Berry C. C., Winzeler E. and Chory J.
Genome Res
(2003), 13(3) 513-23.
75.

Modes of intercellular transcription factor movement in the Arabidopsis apex

Wu X., Dinneny J. R., Crawford K. M., Rhee Y., Citovsky V., Zambryski P. C. and Weigel D.
Development (2003), 130(16) 3735-45.
74.

Regulatory elements of the floral homeotic gene AGAMOUS identified by phylogenetic footprinting and shadowing

Hong R. L., Hamaguchi L., Busch M. A. and Weigel D.
Plant Cell (2003), 15(6) 1296-309.
73.

The F-box-containing protein UFO and AGAMOUS participate in antagonistic pathways governing early petal development in Arabidopsis

Durfee T., Roe J. L., Sessions R. A., Inouye C., Serikawa K., Feldmann K. A., Weigel D. and Zambryski P. C.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A
(2003), 100(14) 8571-6.

2002

72.

Building beauty: the genetic control of floral patterning

Lohmann J. U. and Weigel D.
Dev Cell (2002), 2(2) 135-42.
71.

Ectopic expression of SUPERMAN suppresses development of petals and stamens

Yun J. Y., Weigel D. and Lee I.
Plant Cell Physiol (2002), 43(1) 52-7.
70.

High-energy fractures of the tibial plateau. Knee function after longer follow-up

Weigel D. P. and Marsh J. L.
J Bone Joint Surg Am (2002), 84-A(9) 1541-51.
69.

Independent control of gibberellin biosynthesis and flowering time by the circadian clock in Arabidopsis

Blazquez M. A., Trenor M. and Weigel D.
Plant Physiol
(2002), 130(4) 1770-5.
68.

Interaction of LEAFY, AGAMOUS and TERMINAL FLOWER1 in maintaining floral meristem identity in Arabidopsis

Parcy F., Bomblies K. and Weigel D.
Development (2002), 129(10) 2519-27.
67.

Quantitative trait loci controlling light and hormone response in two accessions of Arabidopsis thaliana

Borevitz J. O., Maloof J. N., Lutes J., Dabi T., Redfern J. L., Trainer G. T., Werner J. D., Asami T., Berry C. C., Weigel D. and Chory J.
Genetics (2002), 160(2) 683-96.
66.

Signaling in plants by intercellular RNA and protein movement

Wu X., Weigel D. and Wigge P. A.
Genes Dev
(2002), 16(2) 151-8.
65.

Stem cells that make stems

Weigel D. and Jurgens G.
Nature
(2002), 415(6873) 751-4.
64.

The extent of linkage disequilibrium in Arabidopsis thaliana

Nordborg M., Borevitz J. O., Bergelson J., Berry C. C., Chory J., Hagenblad J., Kreitman M., Maloof J. N., Noyes T., Oefner P. J., Stahl E. A. and Weigel D.
Nat Genet
(2002), 30(2) 190-3.

2001

63.

A molecular link between stem cell regulation and floral patterning in Arabidopsis

Lohmann J. U., Hong R. L., Hobe M., Busch M. A., Parcy F., Simon R. and Weigel D.
Cell (2001), 105(6) 793-803.
62.

A role for flavin monooxygenase-like enzymes in auxin biosynthesis

Zhao Y., Christensen S. K., Fankhauser C., Cashman J. R., Cohen J. D., Weigel D. and Chory J.
Science
(2001), 291(5502) 306-9.
61.

Arabidopsis genome: life without notch

Wigge P. A. and Weigel D.
Curr Biol (2001), 11(3) R112-4.
60.

Evolution of floral meristem identity genes. Analysis of Lolium temulentum genes related to APETALA1 and LEAFY of Arabidopsis

Gocal G. F., King R. W., Blundell C. A., Schwartz O. M., Andersen C. H. and Weigel D.
Plant Physiol (2001), 125(4) 1788-801.
59.

Functional divergence of the TFL1-like gene family in Arabidopsis revealed by characterization of a novel homologue

Mimida N., Goto K., Kobayashi Y., Araki T., Ahn J. H., Weigel D., Murata M., Motoyoshi F. and Sakamoto W.
Genes Cells (2001), 6(4) 327-36.
58.

GAMYB-like genes, flowering, and gibberellin signaling in Arabidopsis

Gocal G. F., Sheldon C. C., Gubler F., Moritz T., Bagnall D. J., MacMillan C. P., Li S. F., Parish R. W., Dennis E. S., Weigel D. and King R. W.
Plant Physiol (2001), 127(4) 1682-93.
57.

Natural variation in light sensitivity of Arabidopsis

Maloof J. N., Borevitz J. O., Dabi T., Lutes J., Nehring R. B., Redfern J. L., Trainer G. T., Wilson J. M., Asami T., Berry C. C., Weigel D. and Chory J.
Nat Genet
(2001), 29(4) 441-6.
56.

NFL1, a Nicotiana tabacum LEAFY-like gene, controls meristem initiation and floral structure

Ahearn K. P., Johnson H. A., Weigel D. and Wagner D. R.
Plant Cell Physiol (2001), 42(10) 1130-9.
55.

Plant development: from cell fate to organ formation

Bisseling T. and Weigel D.
Plant Cell (2001), 13(2) 221-7.
54.

Transcriptional networks controlling plant development

Benfey P. N. and Weigel D.
Plant Physiol (2001), 125(1) 109-11.

2000

53.

Activation tagging in Arabidopsis

Weigel D., Ahn J. H., Blazquez M. A., Borevitz J. O., Christensen S. K., Fankhauser C., Ferrandiz C., Kardailsky I., Malancharuvil E. J., Neff M. M., Nguyen J. T., Sato S., Wang Z. Y., Xia Y., Dixon R. A., Harrison M. J., Lamb C. J., Yanofsky M. F. and Chory J.
Plant Physiol (2000), 122(4) 1003-13.
52.

Cell-cell signaling and movement by the floral transcription factors LEAFY and APETALA1

Sessions A., Yanofsky M. F. and Weigel D.
Science (2000), 289(5480) 779-82.
51.

Integration of floral inductive signals in Arabidopsis

Blazquez M. A. and Weigel D.
Nature
(2000), 404(6780) 889-92.
50.

National Science Foundation-Sponsored Workshop Report: "The 2010 Project" functional genomics and the virtual plant. A blueprint for understanding how plants are built and how to improve them

Chory J., Ecker J. R., Briggs S., Caboche M., Coruzzi G. M., Cook D., Dangl J., Grant S., Guerinot M. L., Henikoff S., Martienssen R., Okada K., Raikhel N. V., Somerville C. R. and Weigel D.
Plant Physiol (2000), 123(2) 423-6.
49.

Natural variation in phytochrome signaling

Maloof J. N., Borevitz J. O., Weigel D. and Chory J.
Semin Cell Dev Biol
(2000), 11(6) 523-30.
48.

Regulation of auxin response by the protein kinase PINOID

Christensen S. K., Dagenais N., Chory J. and Weigel D.
Cell (2000), 100(4) 469-78.
47.

Transformation of Medicago truncatula via infiltration of seedlings or flowering plants with Agrobacterium

Trieu A. T., Burleigh S. H., Kardailsky I. V., Maldonado-Mendoza I. E., Versaw W. K., Blaylock L. A., Shin H., Chiou T. J., Katagi H., Dewbre G. R., Weigel D. and Harrison M. J.
Plant J (2000), 22(6) 531-41.
46.

Transformation of rice with the Arabidopsis floral regulator LEAFY causes early heading

He Z., Zhu Q., Dabi T., Li D., Weigel D. and Lamb C.
Transgenic Res (2000), 9(3) 223-7.

1999

45.

Activation of a floral homeotic gene in Arabidopsis

Busch M. A., Bomblies K. and Weigel D.
Science (1999), 285(5427) 585-7.
44.

Activation tagging of the floral inducer FT

Kardailsky I., Shukla V. K., Ahn J. H., Dagenais N., Christensen S. K., Nguyen J. T., Chory J., Harrison M. J. and Weigel D.
Science (1999), 286(5446) 1962-5.
43.

Independent regulation of flowering by phytochrome B and gibberellins in Arabidopsis

Blazquez M. A. and Weigel D.
Plant Physiol (1999), 120(4) 1025-32.
42.

Redundant enhancers mediate transcriptional repression of AGAMOUS by APETALA2

Bomblies K., Dagenais N. and Weigel D.
Dev Biol
(1999), 216(1) 260-4.
41.

The Arabidopsis flowering-time gene LUMINIDEPENDENS is expressed primarily in regions of cell proliferation and encodes a nuclear protein that regulates LEAFY expression

Aukerman M. J., Lee I., Weigel D. and Amasino R. M.
Plant J (1999), 18(2) 195-203.
40.

The Arabidopsis thaliana MERISTEM LAYER 1 promoter specifies epidermal expression in meristems and young primordia

Sessions A., Weigel D. and Yanofsky M. F.
Plant J (1999), 20(2) 259-63.

1998

39.

A genetic framework for floral patterning

Parcy F., Nilsson O., Busch M. A., Lee I. and Weigel D.
Nature
(1998), 395(6702) 561-6.
38.

Flowering-time genes modulate the response to LEAFY activity

Nilsson O., Lee I., Blazquez M. A. and Weigel D.
Genetics (1998), 150(1) 403-10.
37.

From floral induction to floral shape

Weigel D.
Curr Opin Plant Biol (1998), 1(1) 55-9.
36.

Genetic ablation of flowers in transgenic Arabidopsis

Nilsson O., Wu E., Wolfe D. S. and Weigel D.
Plant J (1998), 15(6) 799-804.
35.

Gibberellins promote flowering of arabidopsis by activating the LEAFY promoter

Blazquez M. A., Green R., Nilsson O., Sussman M. R. and Weigel D.
Plant Cell (1998), 10(5) 791-800.
34.

Patterning the floral meristem

Sessions A., Yanofsky M. F. and Weigel D.
Semin Cell Dev Biol
(1998), 9(2) 221-6.
33.

Plant development: the making of a leaf

Christensen S. and Weigel D.
Curr Biol (1998), 8(18) R643-5.

1997

32.

A LEAFY co-regulator encoded by UNUSUAL FLORAL ORGANS

Lee I., Wolfe D. S., Nilsson O. and Weigel D.
Curr Biol (1997), 7(2) 95-104.
31.

Floral determination and expression of floral regulatory genes in Arabidopsis

Hempel F. D., Weigel D., Mandel M. A., Ditta G., Zambryski P. C., Feldman L. J. and Yanofsky M. F.
Development (1997), 124(19) 3845-53.
30.

Flower development: repressing reproduction

Weigel D.
Curr Biol (1997), 7(6) R373-5.
29.

LEAFY expression and flower initiation in Arabidopsis

Blazquez M. A., Soowal L. N., Lee I. and Weigel D.
Development (1997), 124(19) 3835-44.
28.

Modulating the timing of flowering

Nilsson O. and Weigel D.
Curr Opin Biotechnol (1997), 8(2) 195-9.

1996

27.

Cell-cell interactions: taking cues from the neighbors

Weigel D. and Doerner P.
Curr Biol (1996), 6(1) 10-2.
26.

Sizing Up the Floral Meristem

Weigel D. and Clark S. E.
Plant Physiol (1996), 112(1) 5-10.

1995

25.

A developmental switch sufficient for flower initiation in diverse plants

Weigel D. and Nilsson O.
Nature
(1995), 377(6549) 495-500.
24.

Multiple-trait prediction of transmitting abilities for herd life and estimation of economic weights using relative net income adjusted for opportunity cost

Weigel D. J., Cassell B. G., Hoeschele I. and Pearson R. E.
J Dairy Sci
(1995), 78(3) 639-47.
23.

The APETALA2 domain is related to a novel type of DNA binding domain

Weigel D.
Plant Cell
(1995), 7(4) 388-9.
22.

The genetics of flower development: from floral induction to ovule morphogenesis

Weigel D.
Annu Rev Genet
(1995), 29 19-39.

1994

21.

Impact of different strategies and amounts of preferential treatment on various methods of bull-dam selection

Weigel D. J., Pearson R. E. and Hoeschele I.
J Dairy Sci
(1994), 77(10) 3163-73.
20.

Plant development. The SECrets of Arabidopsis embryogenesis

Weigel D.
Curr Biol (1994), 4(11) 1040-2.
19.

Sp1/egr-like zinc-finger protein required for endoderm specification and germ-layer formation in Drosophila

Bronner G., Chu-LaGraff Q., Doe C. Q., Cohen B., Weigel D., Taubert H. and Jackle H.
Nature
(1994), 369(6482) 664-8.
18.

The ABCs of floral homeotic genes

Weigel D. and Meyerowitz E. M.
Cell (1994), 78(2) 203-9.

1993

17.

Activation of floral homeotic genes in Arabidopsis

Weigel D. and Meyerowitz E. M.
Science
(1993), 261(5129) 1723-6.
16.

Patterning the Arabidopsis embryo

Weigel D.
Curr Biol (1993), 3(7) 443-5.

1992

15.

LEAFY controls floral meristem identity in Arabidopsis

Weigel D., Alvarez J., Smyth D. R., Yanofsky M. F. and Meyerowitz E. M.
Cell (1992), 69(5) 843-59.
14.

Organogenesis in Drosophila melanogaster: embryonic salivary gland determination is controlled by homeotic and dorsoventral patterning genes

Panzer S., Weigel D. and Beckendorf S. K.
Development (1992), 114(1) 49-57.
13.

SUPERMAN, a regulator of floral homeotic genes in Arabidopsis

Bowman J. L., Sakai H., Jack T., Weigel D., Mayer U. and Meyerowitz E. M.
Development (1992), 114(3) 599-615.

1991

12.

A genetic and molecular model for flower development in Arabidopsis thaliana

Meyerowitz E. M., Bowman J. L., Brockman L. L., Drews G. N., Jack T., Sieburth L. E. and Weigel D.
Dev Suppl (1991), 1 157-67.
11.

Floral patterning

Drews G. N., Weigel D. and Meyerowitz E. M.
Curr Opin Genet Dev (1991), 1(2) 174-8.

1990

10.

Regulation of Kruppel expression in the anlage of the Malpighian tubules in the Drosophila embryo

Gaul U. and Weigel D.
Mech Dev (1990), 33(1) 57-67.
9.

Regulatory elements controlling expression of the Drosophila homeotic gene fork head

Weigel D., Seifert E., Reuter D. and Jackle H.
EMBO J (1990), 9(4) 1199-207.
8.

The fork head domain: a novel DNA binding motif of eukaryotic transcription factors?

Weigel D. and Jackle H.
Cell (1990), 63(3) 455-6.
7.

Two gap genes mediate maternal terminal pattern information in Drosophila

Weigel D., Jurgens G., Klingler M. and Jackle H.
Science (1990), 248(4954) 495-8.

1989

6.

Novel homeotic genes in Drosophila melanogaster

Weigel D. and Jackle H.
Biochem Cell Biol (1989), 67(8) 393-6.
5.

The homeotic gene fork head encodes a nuclear protein and is expressed in the terminal regions of the Drosophila embryo

Weigel D., Jurgens G., Kuttner F., Seifert E. and Jackle H.
Cell (1989), 57(4) 645-58.
4.

[Pattern formation in Drosophila]

Jckle H., Gaul U., Nauber U., Gerwin N., Pankratz M. J., Seifert E., Schuh R. and Weigel D.
Naturwissenschaften (1989), 76(11) 512-7.

1988

3.

Functional interactions of neurogenic genes of Drosophila melanogaster

de-la-Concha A., Dietrich U., Weigel D. and Campos-Ortega J. A.
Genetics (1988), 118(3) 499-508.

1987

2.

EGF homologous sequences encoded in the genome of Drosophila melanogaster, and their relation to neurogenic genes

Knust E., Dietrich U., Tepass U., Bremer K. A., Weigel D., Vassin H. and Campos-Ortega J. A.
EMBO J (1987), 6(3) 761-6.
1.

The Drosophila homolog of the mouse mammary oncogene int-1 is identical to the segment polarity gene wingless

Rijsewijk F., Schuermann M., Wagenaar E., Parren P., Weigel D. and Nusse R.
Cell (1987), 50(4) 649-57.