Eloise Foo
Eloise Foo
School of Biological Sciences, University of Tasmania
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MAX4 and RMS1 are orthologous dioxygenase-like genes that regulate shoot branching in Arabidopsis and pea
K Sorefan, J Booker, K Haurogné, M Goussot, K Bainbridge, E Foo, ...
Genes & development 17 (12), 1469-1474, 2003
The Branching Gene RAMOSUS1 Mediates Interactions among Two Novel Signals and Auxin in Pea
E Foo, E Bullier, M Goussot, F Foucher, C Rameau, CA Beveridge
The Plant Cell 17 (2), 464-474, 2005
Strigolactones promote nodulation in pea
E Foo, NW Davies
Planta 234 (5), 1073-1081, 2011
Plant hormones in arbuscular mycorrhizal symbioses: an emerging role for gibberellins
E Foo, JJ Ross, WT Jones, JB Reid
Annals of botany 111 (5), 769-779, 2013
Strigolactones and the regulation of pea symbioses in response to nitrate and phosphate deficiency
E Foo, K Yoneyama, CJ Hugill, LJ Quittenden, JB Reid
Molecular plant 6 (1), 76-87, 2013
Long-Distance Signaling and the Control of Branching in therms1 Mutant of Pea
E Foo, CGN Turnbull, CA Beveridge
Plant Physiology 126 (1), 203-209, 2001
A study of gibberellin homeostasis and cryptochrome-mediated blue light inhibition of hypocotyl elongation
X Zhao, X Yu, E Foo, GM Symons, J Lopez, KT Bendehakkalu, J Xiang, ...
Plant Physiology 145 (1), 106-118, 2007
Strigolactones in plant interactions with beneficial and detrimental organisms: the Yin and Yang
JA López-Ráez, K Shirasu, E Foo
Trends in Plant Science 22 (6), 527-537, 2017
Feedback regulation of xylem cytokinin content is conserved in pea and Arabidopsis
E Foo, SE Morris, K Parmenter, N Young, H Wang, A Jones, C Rameau, ...
Plant Physiology 143 (3), 1418-1428, 2007
Relationship between gibberellin, ethylene and nodulation in Pisum sativum
BJ Ferguson, E Foo, JJ Ross, JB Reid
New Phytologist 189 (3), 829-842, 2011
A role for ethylene in the phytochrome‐mediated control of vegetative development
E Foo, JJ Ross, NW Davies, JB Reid, JL Weller
The Plant Journal 46 (6), 911-921, 2006
Auxin influences strigolactones in pea mycorrhizal symbiosis
E Foo
Journal of Plant Physiology 170 (5), 523-528, 2013
Farnesylation mediates brassinosteroid biosynthesis to regulate abscisic acid responses
JGB Northey, S Liang, M Jamshed, S Deb, E Foo, JB Reid, P McCourt, ...
Nature plants 2 (8), 1-7, 2016
Cryptochrome 1 contributes to blue-light sensing in pea
JD Platten, E Foo, RC Elliott, V Hecht, JB Reid, JL Weller
Plant physiology 139 (3), 1472-1482, 2005
Strigolactones: new physiological roles for an ancient signal
E Foo, JB Reid
Journal of Plant Growth Regulation 32 (2), 429-442, 2013
Interactions between ethylene, gibberellins, and brassinosteroids in the development of rhizobial and mycorrhizal symbioses of pea
E Foo, EL McAdam, JL Weller, JB Reid
Journal of experimental botany 67 (8), 2413-2424, 2016
Rht18 Semidwarfism in Wheat Is Due to Increased GA 2-oxidaseA9 Expression and Reduced GA Content
BA Ford, E Foo, R Sharwood, M Karafiatova, J Vrána, C MacMillan, ...
Plant Physiology 177 (1), 168-180, 2018
The cryptochrome gene family in pea includes two differentially expressed CRY2 genes
JD Platten, E Foo, F Foucher, V Hecht, JB Reid, JL Weller
Plant molecular biology 59 (4), 683-696, 2005
Gibberellins promote nodule organogenesis but inhibit the infection stages of nodulation
EL McAdam, JB Reid, E Foo
Journal of experimental botany 69 (8), 2117-2130, 2018
Determining the site of action of strigolactones during nodulation
EL McAdam, C Hugill, S Fort, E Samain, S Cottaz, NW Davies, JB Reid, ...
Plant Physiology 175 (1), 529-542, 2017
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