Publications

December 1997

Jonathan Jones Group

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.

June 1997

Jonathan Jones Group

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

May 1997

Jonathan Jones Group

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.

March 1997

Jonathan Jones Group

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

January 1997

Jonathan Jones Group

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.

October 1996

Jonathan Jones Group

Hammond-Kosack, K. E., and J. D. G. Jones, (1996)

Resistance gene-dependent plant defense responses.: The Plant Cell, 8, p. 1773-1791.

June 1996

Jonathan Jones Group

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

April 1996

Jonathan Jones Group

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

February 1996

Jonathan Jones Group

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.

February 1996

Jonathan Jones Group

Hammond-Kosack, KE, Silverman, P, Raskin, I and Jones, JDG (1996)

Race-specific elicitors of Cladosporium fulvum induce changes in cell morphology and the synthesis of ethylene and salicylic acid in tomato plants carrying the corresponding Cf disease resistance genes. Plant Physiol. 110,1381-1394.