Full Publication List - Edgar P. Spalding

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Spartz AK, Lor VS, Ren H, Olszewski NE, Miller ND, Spalding EP, Gray WM. (2017) Constitutive SAUR19 expression confers auxin-independent hypocotyl elongation in Arabidopsis and tomato. Plant Physiology online early

Miller ND, Haase NJ, Lee J, Kaeppler SM, de Leon N, Spalding EP (2016) A robust, high-throughput method for computing maize ear, cob, and kernel attributes automatically from images. The Plant Journal online early

Buono R, Valencia JP, Spitzer C, Miller ND, Spalding EP, Otegui MS (2016) Role of SKD1 regulators LIP5 and IST1-LIKE 1 in endosomal sorting and plant development. Plant Physiology 171: 251-264

Wu G, Carville JS*, Spalding EP (2016) ABCB19-mediated polar auxin transport modulates Arabidopsis hypocotyl elongation and the endoreplication variant of the cell cycle. The Plant Journal 85: 209-218

Kwak I-Y, Moore C R, Spalding EP, Broman KW (2016) Mapping quantitative trait loci underlying function-valued traits using functional principal component analysis and multi-trait mapping. G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 6: 79-86

Heckwolf S, Heckwolf M, Kaeppler SM, de Leon N, Spalding EP (2015) Image analysis of anatomical traits in stalk transections of maize and other grasses. Plant Methods 11: 26

Cho M, Henry EM, Lewis DR, Wu G, Muday GK, Spalding EP (2014) Block of ATP-binding cassette B19 ion channel activity by 5-nitro-2-(3-phenylpropylamino)-benzoic acid impairs polar auxin transport and root gravitropism Plant Physiology 166: 2091-2099

Kwak I-Y, Moore CR, Spalding EP, Broman KW (2014) A simple regression-based method to map quantitative trait loci underlying function-valued phenotypes. Genetics 197: 1409-1416

Shih H-W, Miller ND, Dai C, Spalding EP, Monshausen GB (2014) The receptor-like kinase FERONIA Is required for mechanical signal transduction in Arabidopsis seedlings. Current Biology 24: 1887-1892

Sekhon RS, Hirsch CN, Childs KL, Breitzman MW, Kell P, Duvick S, Spalding EP, Buell CR, de Leon N, Kaeppler SM (2014) Phenotypic and transcriptional analysis of divergently selected maize populations reveals the role of developmental timing in seed size determination. Plant Physiology 165: 658-669

Sozzani R, Busch W, Spalding EP, Benfey PN (2014) Advanced imaging techniques for the study of plant growth and development. Trends in Plant Sciences 19: 304–310

Moore CR, Johnson LS, Kwak I-Y, Livny M, Broman KW, Spalding EP (2013) High-throughput computer vision introduces the time axis to a quantitative trait map of a plant growth response. Genetics 195: 1077-1086

Vincill ED, *Clarin AE, *Molenda JN, Spalding EP (2013) Interacting glutamate receptor-like proteins in phloem regulate lateral root initiation. The Plant Cell 25: 1304-1313 Access the recommendation on F1000Prime

Yoshihara T, Spalding EP+, Iino M+ (2013) AtLAZY1 is a signaling component required for gravitropism of the Arabidopsis thaliana inflorescence. The Plant Journal 74: 267-279 (+co-corresponding authors)

Spalding EP, Miller ND (2013) Image analysis drives a renaissance in growth measurement. Current Opinion in Plant Biology 16: 100-104

Moore CR, *Gronwall DS, Miller ND, Spalding EP (2013) Mapping quantitative trait loci affecting Arabidopsis thaliana seed morphology features extracted computationally from images. G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 3: 109-118 featured on the cover

Spalding EP (2013) Diverting the downhill flow of auxin to steer growth during tropisms. American Journal of Botany 100: 203-214

Subramanian R, Spalding EP, Ferrier NJ (2013) A High throughput robot system for machine vision based plant phenotype studies. Machine Vision and Applications 24: 619-636

Vincill ED, *Bieck AM, Spalding EP (2012) Ca2+ conduction by an amino acid-gated ion channel related to glutamate receptors. Plant Physiology 159: 40-46 Access the recommendation on F1000Prime

Spalding EP, Harper JF (2011) The ins and outs of cellular Ca2+ transport. Current Opinion in Plant Biology 14: 715-720

Zheng X, Miller ND, Lewis DR, Christians MJ, Lee K-H, Muday GK, Spalding EP, Vierstra RD (2011) Auxin up-regulated F-box protein 1 regulates the crosstalk between auxin transport and cytokinin signaling during plant root growth. Plant Physiology 156: 1878-1893

*Elwell AL, *Gronwall DS, Miller ND, Spalding EP, Durham Brooks TL (2011) Separating parental environment from seed-size effects on next generation growth and development in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell & Environment 34: 291-301

Wu G, Otegui MS, Spalding EP (2010) The ER-localized TWD1 immunophilin is necessary for localization of multidrug resistance-like proteins required for polar auxin transport in Arabidopsis roots. The Plant Cell 22: 3295-3304

Miller ND, Durham Brooks TL, Assadi AH, and Spalding EP (2010) Detection of a gravitropism phenotype in glutamate receptor-like 3.3 mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana using machine vision and computation. Genetics 186: 585-593 selected for Issue Highlights

Spalding EP (2010) The inside view on plant growth. Nature Methods 7: 506-507

Wu G, *Cameron JN, Ljung K, Spalding, EP (2010) A role for ABCB19-mediated polar auxin transport in seedling photomorphogenesis mediated by cryptochrome 1 and phytochrome B. The Plant Journal 62: 179-191 cover article

Durham Brooks TL, Miller ND, Spalding EP (2010) Plasticity of Arabidopsis root gravitropism throughout a multi-dimensional condition space quantified by automated image analysis. Plant Physiology 152: 206-216

Lewis DR, Wu G, Ljung K, Spalding EP (2009) Auxin transport into cotyledons and cotyledon growth depend similarly on the ABCB19 Multidrug Resistance-like transporter. The Plant Journal 60: 91-101

Wang L, Uilecan IV, Assadi AH, *Kozmik CA, Spalding EP (2009) HYPOTrace: image analysis software for measuring hypocotyl growth and shape demonstrated on Arabidopsis seedlings undergoing photomorphogenesis. Plant Physiology 149: 1632-1637

Spalding EP (2009) Computer vision as a tool to study plant development. In Plant Systems Biology; Methods in Molecular Biology, vol. 553, Dmitry A. Belostotsky (ed.) Humana Press Wang L, Assadi AH, Spalding EP (2008) Tracing branched curvilinear structures with a novel adaptive local PCA algorithm. In Proc. Int'l Conf. on Image Processing, Computer Vision, & Pattern Recognition (IPCV) 2: 557-563 (28% acceptance rate)

Verrier PJ, Bird D, Burla B, Dassa E, Forestier C, Geisler M, Klein M, Kolukisaoglu Ü, Lee Y, Martinoia E, Murphy A, Rea PA, Samuels L, Schulz B, Spalding EP, Yazaki K, Theodoulou FL (2008) Plant ABC proteins – a unified nomenclature and updated inventory. Trends in Plant Science 13: 151-159

Stephens NR, Qi Z, Spalding EP (2008) Glutamate receptor subtypes evidenced by differences in desensitization and dependence on the GLR3.3 and GLR3.4 genes. Plant Physiology 146: 529-538

Wu G, Spalding EP (2007) Separate functions for nuclear and cytoplasmic cryptochrome 1 during photomorphogenesis of Arabidopsis seedlings. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 104: 18813-18818

Miller ND, Parks BM, and Spalding EP (2007) Computer-vision analysis of seedling responses to light and gravity. The Plant Journal 52: 374-381  cover article

Wu G, Lewis DR, Spalding EP (2007) Mutations in Arabidopsis Multidrug resistance-like ABC transporters separate the roles of acropetal and basipetal auxin transport in lateral root development. The Plant Cell 19: 1826-1837

Lewis DR, Miller ND, *Splitt BL, Wu G, Spalding EP (2007) Separating the roles of acropetal and basipetal auxin transport on gravitropism with mutations in two Arabidopsis Multidrug Resistance-like ABC transporter genes. The Plant Cell 19: 1838-1850

Spalding EP (2006) The Contributions of Anthony B. Bleecker to Ethylene Signaling and Beyond. The Plant Cell 18: 3347-3349

Qi Z, Stephens NR, Spalding EP (2006) Calcium entry mediated by GLR3.3, an Arabidopsis glutamate receptor with a broad agonist profile. Plant Physiology 146: 963-971

Spalding EP, Folta KM (2005) Illuminating topics in plant photobiology. Plant, Cell & Environment 28: 39-53

Binder BM, O'Malley RC, Wang W, *Moore JM, Parks BM, Spalding EP, Bleecker AB (2004) Arabidopsis seedling growth response and recovery to ethylene: A kinetic analysis. Plant Physiology 136: 2913-2920

Qi Z, Spalding EP (2004) Protection of plasma membrane K+ transport by the salt overly sensitive Na+-H+ antiporter during salinity stress. Plant Physiology 136: 2548-2555

Folta KM, *Lieg EJ, Durham T, Spalding EP (2003) Primary inhibition of hypocotyl growth and phototropism depend differently on phototropin-mediated increases in cytoplasmic calcium induced by blue light. Plant Physiology 133: 1464-1470 Access the recommendation on F1000Prime

Spalding EP (2003) Light Signaling. Plant Physiology 133: 1417-1419

Folta KM, Pontin M, Karlin-Neumann G, Bottini R, Spalding EP (2003) Genomic and physiological studies demonstrate roles for auxin and gibberellin in the early phase of cryptochrome1 action in blue light. The Plant Journal 36: 203-214

Noh B, Bandyopadhyay A, Peer WA, Spalding EP, Murphy AS (2003) Enhanced gravi- and phototropism in plant mdr mutants mislocalizing the auxin efflux protein PIN1. Nature 423: 999-1002

Noh B, Murphy AS, Spalding EP (2001) Multidrug resistance-like genes of Arabidopsis required for auxin transport and auxin-mediated development. The Plant Cell 13: 2441-2454 Access the recommendation on F1000Prime

Folta KM, Spalding EP (2001) Opposing roles of phytochrome A and phytochrome B in early cryptochrome-mediated growth inhibition. The Plant Journal28: 330-340

Dennison KL, Robertson WR, Lewis BD, Hirsch RE, Sussman MR, Spalding EP (2001) Functions of AKT1 and AKT2 potassium channels determined by studies of single and double mutants of Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology 127: 1012-1019

Parks BM, Folta KM, Spaldling EP (2001) Photocontrol of stem growth. Current Opinion in Plant Biology 4: 436-440

Parks BM, Hoecker U, Spalding EP (2001) Light-induced growth promotion by SPA1 counteracts phytochrome-mediated growth inhibition during de-etiolation. Plant Physiology 126: 1291-1298

Folta KM, Spalding EP (2001) Unexpected roles for cryptochrome 2 and phototropin revealed by high-resolution analysis of blue-light-mediated hypocotyl growth inhibition. The Plant Journal 26: 471-478

Lacombe B, Becker D, Hedrich R, DeSalle R, Hollman M, Kwak JM, Schroeder JI, Le Novère N, Nam HG, Spalding EP, Tester M, Turano FJ, Chiu J, Coruzzi G (2001) The identity of plant glutamate receptors. Science 292: 1486-1487 (letter to the editor)

Dennison KL, Spalding EP (2000) Glutamate-gated calcium fluxes in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology 124: 1511-1514

Spalding EP (2000) Ion channels and the transduction of light signals. Plant, Cell & Environment 23: 665-674

Spalding EP, Hirsch RE, *Lewis DR, Qi Z, Sussman MR, Lewis BD (1999) Potassium uptake supporting plant growth in the absence of AKT1 channel activity: inhibition by ammonium and stimulation by sodium. Journal of General Physiology 113: 909-918

Parks BM, Spalding EP (1999) Sequential and coordinated action of phytochromes A and B during Arabidopsis stem growth revealed by kinetic analysis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 96: 14142-14146

Dreyer I, Horeau C, Lemaillet G, Zimmerman S, Bush DR, Rodríguez-Navarro A, Schachtman DP, Spalding EP, Sentenac H, Gaber RF (1999) Identification and characterization of plant transporters using heterologous expression systems. Journal of Experimental Botany 50: 1073-1087

Hirsch RE, Lewis BD, Spalding EP, Sussman MR (1998) A role for the AKT1 potassium channel in plant nutrition. Science 280: 918-921 cover article

Noh B, Spalding EP (1998) Anion channels and the stimulation of anthocyanin accumulation by blue light in Arabidopsis seedlings. Plant Physiology 116: 503-509

Parks BM, Cho MH, Spalding EP (1998) Two genetically separable phases of growth inhibition induced by blue light in Arabidopsis seedlings. Plant Physiology 118: 609-615

Spalding EP (1998) Solicited review of book entitled “Plant Membrane Biology”. Quarterly Review of Biology 73: 80

Lewis BD, Spalding EP (1998) Nonselective block by La3+ of Arabidopsis ion channels involved in signal transduction. Journal of Membrane Biology 162: 81-90

Loukin SH, Vaillant B, Zhou X-L, Spalding EP, Kung C, Saimi Y (1997) Random mutagenesis reveals a region important for gating of the yeast K+ channel, Ykc1. EMBO Journal 16: 4817-4825

Lewis BD Karlin-Neumann G, Davis RW, Spalding EP (1997) Ca2+-activated anion channels and membrane depolarizations induced by blue light and cold in Arabidopsis seedlings. Plant Physiology 114: 1327-1334

Cho MH, Spalding EP (1996) An anion channel in Arabidopsis hypocotyls activated by blue light. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 93: 8134-8138

Spalding EP (1995) An apparatus for studying rapid electrophysiological responses to light demonstrated on Arabidopsis leaves. Photochemistry & Photobiology 62: 934-939

Spalding EP, Goldsmith MHM (1993) Activation of K+ channels in the plasma membrane of Arabidopsis by ATP produced photosynthetically. The Plant Cell 5: 477-484

Spalding EP, Cosgrove DJ (1993) Influence of electrolytes on growth, phototropism, nutation and surface potential in etiolated cucumber seedlings. Plant Cell & Environment. 16: 445-451

Spalding EP, Slayman, CL, Goldsmith MHM, Gradmann D, Bertl A (1992) Ion channels in Arabidopsis plasma membrane: transport characteristics and involvement in light-induced voltage changes. Plant Physiology 99: 96-102

Spalding EP, Cosgrove DJ (1992) Mechanism of blue-light-induced membrane depolarization in etiolated cucumber hypocotyls. Planta 188: 199-205

Spalding EP, Cosgrove DJ (1989) Large plasma-membrane depolarization precedes rapid blue-light-induced growth inhibition in cucumber. Planta 178: 407-410