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·       Fitzgerald CP, Barker RJ, Choi W-G, Swanson SJ, Stephens SD, Huber C, Nimunkar AJ, Gilroy S (2016)  Development of Equipment that Uses Far-Red Light to Impose Seed Dormancy in Arabidopsis for Spaceflight. Gravitational and Space research, in press.

·       Alvarez AA, Han SW, Toyota M, Brillada C, Zheng J, Gilroy S, Rojas-Pierce M. (2016) Wortmannin-induced vacuole fusion enhances amyloplast dynamics in Arabidopsis zigzag1 hypocotyls. Journal of Experimental Botany 67(22):6459-6472.

·       Lourenço TF, Serra TS, Cordeiro AM, Swanson SJ, Gilroy S, Saibo N, Oliveira MM. (2016) Rice root curling, a response to mechanosensing, is modulated by the rice E3-ubiquitin ligase HIGH EXPRESSION OF OSMOTICALLY RESPONSIVE GENE1 (OsHOS1). Plant Signaling and Behaviour 11(8):e1208880.

·       Evans MJ, Choi WG, Gilroy S, Morris RJ. (2016) A ROS-assisted calcium wave dependent on the AtRBOHD NADPH oxidase and TPC1 cation channel propagates the systemic response to salt stress. Plant Physiology 171:1771-1784.

·       Gilroy S, Bia_asek M, Suzuki N, Górecka M, Devireddy AR, Karpi_ski S, Mittler R. (2016) ROS, calcium, and electric signals: key mediators of rapid systemic signaling in plants. Plant Physiology 171:1606-1615.

·       Choi WG, Hilleary R, Swanson SJ, Kim SH, Gilroy S (2016) Rapid, long-distance electrical and calcium signaling in plants. Annual Review of Plant Biology 67:287-307.

·       Lourenço T, Serra T, Cordeiro A, Swanson S, Gilroy S, Saibo N, Oliveira  M (2015) The rice E3 ubiquitin ligase OsHOS1 modulates the expression of OsRMC, a gene involved in root mechano-sensing, through the interaction with two ERF transcription factors. Plant Physiology, 169: 2275-2287.

·       Choi WG, Gilroy S (2015) Quantification of sodium accumulation in Arabidopsis thaliana using inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometry (ICP-OES). BioProtocols Vol 5, Iss 16.

·       Swanson SJ, Barker R, Ye Y, Gilroy S (2015) Evaluating mechano-transduction and touch responses in plant roots. Methods in Molecular Biology 1309:143-150.

·       Gilroy S, Suzuki N, Miller G, Choi WG, Toyota M, Devireddy AR, Mittler R (2014) A tidal wave of signals: calcium and ROS at the forefront of rapid systemic signaling. Trends in Plant Science 19: 623-630.

·       Jayaraman D, Gilroy S, Ané JM. (2014) Staying in touch: mechanical signals in plant-microbe interactions. Current Opinions in Plant Biology 20C:104-109.

·       Choi WG and Gilroy S (2014) Plant Biologists FRET over stress. Elife 15:e02763.

·       Swanson SJ and Gilroy S (2014) Gravitropism. In: eLS. John Wiley & Sons Ltd, Chichester.

·       Choi WG, Toyota M, Kim S-H , Hilleary R and Gilroy S (2014) Salt stress-induced Ca2+ waves are associated with  rapid, long-distance root-to-shoot signaling in plants. PNAS 111:6497-6502.

·       Toyota M, Ikeda N, Sawai-Toyota S, Kato T, Gilroy S, Tasaka M and Morita MT (2013). A new centrifuge microscope reveals statolith movements underlie gravity sensing in Arabidopsis shoots. The Plant Journal, 76:648-660.

·       Toyota M, Gilroy S (2013) Gravitropism and mechanical signaling in plants. American Journal of Botany 100:111-125.

·       Swanson SJ, Gilroy S (2013) Calcium: from root macronutrient to mechanical signal. In The Hidden Half (Beekman T and Eshel A eds) CRC Press, New York, chpt 20:1-13.

·       Swanson SJ, Gilroy S (2013) Imaging changes in cytoplasmic calcium using the Yellow Cameleon 3.6 biosensor and confocal microscopy. Methods Molecular Biology 1009:291-302.

·       Kim HS, Czymmek KJ, Patel A, Modla S, Nohe A, Duncan R, Gilroy S, Kang S. (2012) Expression of the Cameleon calcium biosensor in fungi reveals distinct Ca(2+) signatures associated with polarized growth, development, and pathogenesis. Fungal Genetics and Biology 49: 589-601.

·       Choi, W-G., Swanson, S.J., Gilroy, S. (2012) High resolution imaging of Ca2+, Redox, ROS and pH using GFP biosensors. The Plant Journal, 70, 118-128.