Richard Waites
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The PHANTASTICA gene encodes a MYB transcription factor involved in growth and dorsoventrality of lateral organs in Antirrhinum
R Waites, HRN Selvadurai, IR Oliver, A Hudson
Cell 93 (5), 779-789, 1998
phantastica: a gene required for dorsoventrality of leaves in Antirrhinum majus
R Waites, A Hudson
Development 121 (7), 2143-2154, 1995
Arabidopsis class I and class II TCP transcription factors regulate jasmonic acid metabolism and leaf development antagonistically
S Danisman, F Van der Wal, S Dhondt, R Waites, S de Folter, A Bimbo, ...
Plant physiology 159 (4), 1511-1523, 2012
TCP14 and TCP15 affect internode length and leaf shape in Arabidopsis
M Kieffer, V Master, R Waites, B Davies
The Plant Journal 68 (1), 147-158, 2011
TECHNICAL ADVANCE: LeafAnalyser: a computational method for rapid and large‐scale analyses of leaf shape variation
C Weight, D Parnham, R Waites
The Plant Journal 53 (3), 578-586, 2008
A role for MAX1 in evolutionary diversity in strigolactone signalling upstream of MAX2
R Challis, J Hepworth, C Mouchel, R Waites, O Leyser
Plant Physiology, 2013
Keeping it together: co-ordinating plant growth
GC Ingram, R Waites
Current opinion in plant biology 9 (1), 12-20, 2006
Signaling cell fate in plant meristems: three clubs on one tousle
R Waites, R Simon
Cell 103 (6), 835-838, 2000
The Handlebars gene is required with Phantastica for dorsoventral asymmetry of organs and for stem cell activity in Antirrhinum
R Waites, A Hudson
Oxford University Press for The Company of Biologists Limited 128 (11), 1923 …, 2001
Plant meristems: the interplay of KNOX and gibberellins
R Barley, R Waites
Current Biology 12 (20), R696-R698, 2002
Control of cell fate in plant meristems
M Hobe, U Brand, R Waites, R Simon
The Cell Cycle and Development: Novartis Foundation Symposium 237 237, 235-247, 2001
Early events in leaf development
A Hudson, R Waites
Seminars in cell & developmental biology 9 (2), 207-211, 1998
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