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2013Arabidopsis Polycomb Repressive Complex 2 binding sites contain putative GAGA factor binding motifs within coding regions of genesDeng, W; Buzas, D; Ying, H; Robertson, M; Taylor, J; Dennis, E; Helliwell, C; Peacock, J
Jan-2011Changes in 24-nt siRNA levels in Arabidopsis hybrids suggest an epigenetic contribution to hybrid vigorGroszmann, M; Greaves, IK; Albertyn, Z; Scofield, G; Peacock, J; Dennis, ES
Jan-2009Correlations Between Oxygen Affinity and Sequence Classifications of Plant HemoglobinsSmagghe, B; Hoy, J; Percifield, R; Kundu, S; Hargrove, M; Sarath, G; Hilbert, J; Watts, R; Dennis, ES; Peacock, J; Dewilde, S; Moens, L; Blouin, G; Olson, J; Appleby, C
Jan-2011Epigenetics in plants-vernalisation and hybrid vigourGroszmann, M; Greaves, IK; Albert, N; Fujimoto, R; Helliwell, C; Dennis, ES; Peacock, J
Jan-2009Expression, Imprinting, and Evolution of Rice Homologs of the Polycomb Group GenesLuo, M; Platten, D; Chaudhury, A; Peacock, J; Dennis, ES
Jan-2011FLOWERING LOCUS C (FLC) regulates development pathways throughout the life cycle of ArabidopsisDeng, W; Ying, H; Helliwell, C; Taylor, J; Peacock, J; Dennis, ES
Jan-2008The FLX Gene of Arabidopsis is required for FRI-dependent activation of FLC expressionAndersson, C; Helliwell, C; Bagnall, D; Hughes, T; Finnegan, E; Peacock, J; Dennis, ES
Jan-2008Genetic contributions to agricultural sustainabilityDennis, ES; Ellis, J; Green, A; Llewellyn, D; Morell, M; Tabe, L; Peacock, J
Jan-2008Hairpin RNAs derived from RNA polymerase II and polymerase III promoter-directed transgenes are processed differently in plantsWang, M; Helliwell, C; Wu, L; Waterhouse, P; Peacock, J; Dennis, ES
Jan-2012Heterosis of Arabidopsis hybrids between C24 and Col is associated with increased photosynthesis capacityFujimoto, R; Taylor, J; Shirasawa, S; Peacock, J; Dennis, ES
Jan-2009The influence of vernalization and daylength on expression of flowering-time genes in the shoot apex and leaves of barley (Hordeum vulgare).Sasani, S; Hemming, M; Oliver, S; Greenup, A; Tavakkol-afshari, R; Mahfoozi, S; Poustini, K; Sharifi, H; Dennis, ES; Peacock, J; Trevaskis, B
Jan-2008Low-temperature and daylength cues are integrated to regulate FLOWERING LOCUS T in barleyHemming, M; Peacock, J; Dennis, ES; Trevaskis, B
Jan-2009Mechanisms of gene repression by vernalization in ArabidopsisSheldon, CC; Finnegan, E; Peacock, J; Dennis, ES
Jan-2009The molecular biology of seasonal flowering-responses in Arabidopsis and the cerealsGreenup, A; Peacock, J; Dennis, ES; Trevaskis, B
Jan-2009Regions associated with repression of the barley (Hordeum vulgare) VERNALIZATION1 gene are not required for cold inductionHemming, M; Fieg, S; Peacock, J; Dennis, ES; Trevaskis, B
Jan-2008Resetting of FLOWERING LOCUS C expression after epigenetic repression by vernalizationSheldon, CC; Hills, M; Lister, C; Dean, C; Dennis, ES; Peacock, J
Jan-2013The role of epigenetics in hybrid vigourGroszmann, M; Greaves, IK; Fujimoto, R; Peacock, J; Dennis, ES
Jan-2012Trans Chromosomal Methylation in Arabidopsis hybridsGreaves, IK; Groszmann, M; Ying, H; Taylor, J; Peacock, J; Dennis, ES
Jan-2012Trans-chromosomal methylationGreaves, IK; Groszmann, M; Dennis, ES; Peacock, J
Jan-2008UBIQUITIN-SPECIFIC PROTEASE 26 is required for seed development and the repression of PHERES1 in arabidopsisLuo, M; Luo, M; Buzas, D; Finnegan, J; Helliwell, C; Dennis, ES; Peacock, J; Chaudhury, A