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Javier F Botto
Javier F Botto
Profesor of Plant Physiology and Principal Reseracher (Agronomy School, University of Buenos Aires).
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The multifaceted roles of HY5 in plant growth and development
SN Gangappa, JF Botto
Molecular plant 9 (10), 1353-1365, 2016
5002016
The BBX family of plant transcription factors
SN Gangappa, JF Botto
Trends in plant science 19 (7), 460-470, 2014
4202014
Phytochrome A mediates the promotion of seed germination by very low fluences of light and canopy shade light in Arabidopsis
JF Botto, RA Sanchez, GC Whitelam, JJ Casal
Plant physiology 110 (2), 439-444, 1996
2741996
The Arabidopsis B-BOX Protein BBX25 Interacts with HY5, Negatively Regulating BBX22 Expression to Suppress Seedling Photomorphogenesis
SN Gangappa, CD Crocco, H Johansson, S Datta, C Hettiarachchi, ...
The Plant Cell 25 (4), 1243-1257, 2013
2312013
Modes of action of phytochromes
JJ Casal, RA Sánchez, JF Botto
Journal of Experimental Botany 49 (319), 127-138, 1998
2201998
BBX proteins in green plants: insights into their evolution, structure, feature and functional diversification
CD Crocco, JF Botto
Gene 531 (1), 44-52, 2013
1462013
AtBBX21 and COP1 genetically interact in the regulation of shade avoidance
CD Crocco, M Holm, MJ Yanovsky, JF Botto
The Plant Journal 64 (4), 551-562, 2010
1212010
Phytochrome B increases drought tolerance by enhancing ABA sensitivity in Arabidopsis thaliana
CV González, SE Ibarra, PN Piccoli, JF Botto, HE Boccalandro
Plant, cell & environment 35 (11), 1958-1968, 2012
1202012
Mapping Quantitative Trait Loci in Multiple Populations of Arabidopsis thaliana Identifies Natural Allelic Variation for Trichome Density
VV Symonds, AV Godoy, T Alconada, JF Botto, TE Juenger, JJ Casal, ...
Genetics 169 (3), 1649-1658, 2005
1102005
Differential genetic variation in adaptive strategies to a common environmental signal in Arabidopsis accessions: phytochrome‐mediated shade avoidance
JF Botto, H Smith
Plant, Cell & Environment 25 (1), 53-63, 2002
1102002
The transcriptional regulator BBX24 impairs DELLA activity to promote shade avoidance in Arabidopsis thaliana
CD Crocco, A Locascio, CM Escudero, D Alabadí, MA Blázquez, JF Botto
Nature Communications 6 (1), 6202, 2015
1002015
Germination variation in Arabidopsis thaliana accessions under moderate osmotic and salt stresses
AJ Vallejo, MJ Yanovsky, JF Botto
Annals of botany 106 (5), 833-842, 2010
792010
The effect of light during and after soil cultivation with different tillage implements on weed seedling emergence
JF Botto, AL Scopel, CL Ballaré, RA Sánchez
Weed science 46 (3), 351-357, 1998
761998
Role of phytochrome B in the induction of seed germination by light in Arabidopsis thaliana
JF Botto, RA Sánchez, JJ Casal
Journal of Plant Physiology 146 (3), 307-312, 1995
731995
The Cape Verde Islands allele of cryptochrome 2 enhances cotyledon unfolding in the absence of blue light in Arabidopsis
JF Botto, C Alonso-Blanco, I Garzarón, RA Sánchez, JJ Casal
Plant physiology 133 (4), 1547-1556, 2003
662003
Molecular interactions of BBX24 and BBX25 with HYH, HY5 HOMOLOG, to modulate Arabidopsis seedling development
SN Gangappa, M Holm, JF Botto
Plant signaling & behavior 8 (8), e25208, 2013
582013
Genetic mapping of natural variation in a shade avoidance response: ELF3 is the candidate gene for a QTL in hypocotyl growth regulation
MP Coluccio, SE Sanchez, L Kasulin, MJ Yanovsky, JF Botto
Journal of experimental botany 62 (1), 167-176, 2011
572011
Functional diversity of phytochrome family in the control of light and gibberellin‐mediated germination in A rabidopsis
MV Arana, M SÁNCHEZ‐LAMAS, B Strasser, SE Ibarra, PD Cerdan, ...
Plant, cell & environment 37 (9), 2014-2023, 2014
532014
Burial conditions affect light responses of Datura ferox seeds
JF Botto, RA Sanchez, JJ Casal
Seed Science Research 8 (4), 423-429, 1998
531998
Function of B-BOX under shade
CD Crocco, M Holm, MJ Yanovsky, JF Botto
Plant signaling & behavior 6 (1), 101-104, 2011
502011
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