Thomas, C. M., D. A. Jones, M. Parniske, K. Harrison, P. Balint-Kurti, K. Hatzixanthis, and J. D. G. Jones, (1997)
Characterization of the tomato Cf-4 gene for resistance to Cladosporium fulvum identifies a domain which determines recognitional specificity in Cf-4 and Cf-9: The Plant Cell 9, 2209-2224.
Parniske, M., K. E. Hammond-Kosack, C. Golstein, C. M. Thomas, K. Harrison, B. B. H. Wulff, and J. D. G. Jones ,(1997)
Novel Disease Resistance Specificities Result From Sequence Exchange Between Tandemly Repeated Genes At The Cf-4/9 Locus Of Tomato: Cell 91, 821-832.
Parker, J. E., M. J. Coleman, V. Szabo, L. N. Frost, R. Schmidt, E. A. van der Biezen, T. Moores, C. Dean, M. J. Daniels, and J. D. G. Jones, (1997)
The Arabidopsis Downy Mildew Resistance Gene RPP5 Shares Similarity to the Toll and Interleukin-1 Receptors with N and L6.: The Plant Cell, v. 9, p. 879-894
Klimyuk, V. I. and J. D. G. Jones, (1997)
AtDMC1, the Arabidopsis homolog of the yeast DMC1 gene: characterization, transposon-induced allelic variation and meiosis-associated expression: The Plant Journal, 11, p. 1-14.
Jones, DA and Jones, JDG (1997)
The roles of leucine-rich repeat proteins in plant defences. Advances in Botanical Research incorporating Advances in Plant Pathology. 24 89 . 167
Hammond-Kosack, K. E. and J. D G Jones, (1997)
Plant Disease Resistance Genes: Ann. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant Mol. Biol., v. 48, p. 575-607.
Hammond-Kosack, K. E., and J. D. G. Jones, (1996)
Resistance gene-dependent plant defense responses.: The Plant Cell, 8, p. 1773-1791.
Bishop, G, Harrison, K and Jones, JDG (1996)
The tomato dwarf gene isolated by heterologous transposon tagging encodes the first member of a new cytochrome P450 family. The Plant Cell 8 959-969
Keddie, JS, Carroll, B, Jones, JDG and Gruissem, W (1996)
The DCL gene of tomato is required for chloroplast development and palisade cell morphogenesis in leaves. EMBO J. 15 4208 . 4217
Dixon, MS, Jones, DA, Keddie, JS, Thomas, CM, Harrison, K and Jones, JDG (1996)
The tomato Cf-2 disease resistance locus comprises two functional genes encoding leucine-rich repeat proteins. Cell 84,451-459.