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Regulation of OsSPL14 by OsmiR156 defines ideal plant architecture in rice
Y Jiao, Y Wang, D Xue, J Wang, M Yan, G Liu, G Dong, D Zeng, Z Lu, ...
Nature genetics 42 (6), 541, 2010
Strigolactone signaling in Arabidopsis regulates shoot development by targeting D53-like SMXL repressor proteins for ubiquitination and degradation
L Wang, B Wang, L Jiang, X Liu, X Li, Z Lu, X Meng, Y Wang, SM Smith, ...
The Plant Cell 27 (11), 3128-3142, 2015
Genome-wide binding analysis of the transcription activator ideal plant architecture1 reveals a complex network regulating rice plant architecture
Z Lu, H Yu, G Xiong, J Wang, Y Jiao, G Liu, Y Jing, X Meng, X Hu, Q Qian, ...
The Plant Cell 25 (10), 3743-3759, 2013
On the origin and evolutionary consequences of gene body DNA methylation
AJ Bewick, L Ji, CE Niederhuth, EM Willing, BT Hofmeister, X Shi, L Wang, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (32), 9111-9116, 2016
Combining ATAC-seq with nuclei sorting for discovery of cis-regulatory regions in plant genomes
Z Lu, BT Hofmeister, C Vollmers, RM DuBois, RJ Schmitz
Nucleic acids research 45 (6), e41-e41, 2017
IPA1 functions as a downstream transcription factor repressed by D53 in strigolactone signaling in rice
X Song, Z Lu, H Yu, G Shao, J Xiong, X Meng, Y Jing, G Liu, G Xiong, ...
Cell research 27 (9), 1128-1141, 2017
MONOCULM 3, an ortholog of WUSCHEL in rice, is required for tiller bud formation
Z Lu, G Shao, J Xiong, Y Jiao, J Wang, G Liu, X Meng, Y Liang, G Xiong, ...
Journal of Genetics and Genomics 42 (2), 71-78, 2015
Tissue-specific ubiquitination by IPA1 INTERACTING PROTEIN1 modulates IPA1 protein levels to regulate plant architecture in rice
J Wang, H Yu, G Xiong, Z Lu, Y Jiao, X Meng, G Liu, X Chen, Y Wang, J Li
The Plant Cell 29 (4), 697-707, 2017
Widespread long-range cis-regulatory elements in the maize genome
WA Ricci, Z Lu, L Ji, AP Marand, CL Ethridge, NG Murphy, JM Noshay, ...
Nature plants 5 (12), 1237-1249, 2019
The DNA binding landscape of the maize AUXIN RESPONSE FACTOR family
M Galli, A Khakhar, Z Lu, Z Chen, S Sen, T Joshi, JL Nemhauser, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 1-14, 2018
Glabrous Rice 1, encoding a homeodomain protein, regulates trichome development in rice
J Li, Y Yuan, Z Lu, L Yang, R Gao, J Lu, J Li, G Xiong
Rice 5 (1), 32, 2012
The prevalence, evolution and chromatin signatures of plant regulatory elements
Z Lu, AP Marand, WA Ricci, CL Ethridge, X Zhang, RJ Schmitz
Nature Plants 5 (12), 1250-1259, 2019
Tiller bud formation regulators MOC1 and MOC3 cooperatively promote tiller bud outgrowth by activating FON1 expression in rice
G Shao, Z Lu, J Xiong, B Wang, Y Jing, X Meng, G Liu, H Ma, Y Liang, ...
Molecular plant 12 (8), 1090-1102, 2019
Identification of cis-regulatory elements by chromatin structure
Z Lu, WA Ricci, RJ Schmitz, X Zhang
Current opinion in plant biology 42, 90-94, 2018
Monitoring the interplay between transposable element families and DNA methylation in maize
JM Noshay, SN Anderson, P Zhou, L Ji, W Ricci, Z Lu, MC Stitzer, ...
PLoS genetics 15 (9), e1008291, 2019
Evolution of conserved noncoding sequences in Arabidopsis thaliana
A Yocca, Z Lu, RJ Schmitz, M Freeling, P Edger
bioRxiv, 727669, 2020
The Gossypium longicalyx genome as a resource for cotton breeding and evolution
CE Grover, M Pan, D Yuan, MA Arick, G Hu, L Brase, DM Stelly, Z Lu, ...
G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 10 (5), 1457-1467, 2020
Widespread long-range cis-regulatory elements in the maize genome (vol 5, pg 1237, 2019)
WA Ricci, Z Lu, L Ji, AP Marand, CL Ethridge, NG Murphy, JM Noshay, ...
NATURE PLANTS 6 (3), 328-328, 2020
Author Correction: Widespread long-range cis-regulatory elements in the maize genome (Nature Plants,(2019), 5, 12,(1237-1249), 10.1038/s41477-019-0547-0)
WA Ricci, Z Lu, L Ji, AP Marand, CL Ethridge, NG Murphy, JM Noshay, ...
Nature plants 6 (3), 2020
Stable unmethylated DNA demarcates expressed genes and their cis-regulatory space in plant genomes
PA Crisp, AP Marand, JM Noshay, P Zhou, Z Lu, RJ Schmitz, NM Springer
BioRxiv, 2020
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