Fred Rook
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Impaired sucrose‐induction mutants reveal the modulation of sugar‐induced starch biosynthetic gene expression by abscisic acid signalling
F Rook, F Corke, R Card, G Munz, C Smith, MW Bevan
The Plant Journal 26 (4), 421-433, 2001
Sugar sensing and sugar-mediated signal transduction in plants.
S Smeekens, F Rook
Plant Physiology 115 (1), 7, 1997
Sucrose‐specific signalling represses translation of the Arabidopsis ATB2 bZIP transcription factor gene
F Rook, N Gerrits, A Kortstee, M Van Kampen, M Borrias, P Weisbeek, ...
The Plant Journal 15 (2), 253-263, 1998
Sugar and ABA response pathways and the control of gene expression
F Rook, SA Hadingham, Y Li, MW Bevan
Plant, cell & environment 29 (3), 426-434, 2006
Genomic clustering of cyanogenic glucoside biosynthetic genes aids their identification in Lotus japonicus and suggests the repeated evolution of this chemical defence pathway
AM Takos, C Knudsen, D Lai, R Kannangara, L Mikkelsen, MS Motawia, ...
The Plant Journal 68 (2), 273-286, 2011
Towards a molecular understanding of the biosynthesis of amaryllidaceae alkaloids in support of their expanding medical use
AM Takos, F Rook
International journal of molecular sciences 14 (6), 11713-11741, 2013
Genetic approaches to understanding sugar‐response pathways
F Rook, MW Bevan
Journal of Experimental Botany 54 (382), 495-501, 2003
How insects overcome two‐component plant chemical defence: plant β‐glucosidases as the main target for herbivore adaptation
S Pentzold, M Zagrobelny, F Rook, S Bak
Biological Reviews 89 (3), 531-551, 2014
The homeobox gene ATH1 of Arabidopsis is derepressed in the photomorphogenic mutants cop1 and det1.
N Quaedvlieg, J Dockx, F Rook, P Weisbeek, S Smeekens
The Plant Cell 7 (1), 117-129, 1995
Characterization of mutants in Arabidopsis showing increased sugar-specific gene expression, growth, and developmental responses
M Baier, G Hemmann, R Holman, F Corke, R Card, C Smith, F Rook, ...
Plant Physiology 134 (1), 81-91, 2004
Carbohydrate status of tulip bulbs during cold-induced flower stalk elongation and flowering
H Lambrechts, F Rook, C Kolloffel
Plant physiology 104 (2), 515-520, 1994
Why biosynthetic genes for chemical defense compounds cluster
AM Takos, F Rook
Trends in plant science 17 (7), 383-388, 2012
Visualizing metabolite distribution and enzymatic conversion in plant tissues by desorption electrospray ionization mass spectrometry imaging
B Li, C Knudsen, NK Hansen, K Jørgensen, R Kannangara, S Bak, ...
The Plant Journal 74 (6), 1059-1071, 2013
Genetic screening identifies cyanogenesis-deficient mutants of Lotus japonicus and reveals enzymatic specificity in hydroxynitrile glucoside metabolism
A Takos, D Lai, L Mikkelsen, MA Hachem, D Shelton, MS Motawia, ...
The Plant Cell 22 (5), 1605-1619, 2010
Methotrexate does not block import of a DHFR fusion protein into chloroplasts
T America, J Hageman, A Guéra, F Rook, K Archer, K Keegstra, ...
Plant molecular biology 24 (2), 283-294, 1994
The light-regulated Arabidopsis bZIP transcription factor gene ATB2 encodes a protein with an unusually long leucine zipper domain
F Rook, P Weisbeek, S Smeekens
Plant molecular biology 37 (1), 171-178, 1998
The biosynthetic gene cluster for the cyanogenic glucoside dhurrin in Sorghum bicolor contains its co-expressed vacuolar MATE transporter
B Darbani, MS Motawia, CE Olsen, HH Nour-Eldin, BL Møller, F Rook
Scientific reports 6, 37079, 2016
Diversification of an ancient theme: hydroxynitrile glucosides
N Bjarnholt, F Rook, MS Motawia, C Cornett, C Jørgensen, CE Olsen, ...
Phytochemistry 69 (7), 1507-1516, 2008
Impaired sucrose induction1 encodes a conserved plant‐specific protein that couples carbohydrate availability to gene expression and plant growth
F Rook, F Corke, M Baier, R Holman, AG May, MW Bevan
The Plant Journal 46 (6), 1045-1058, 2006
Do transcription factors play special roles in adaptive variation?
C Martin, N Ellis, F Rook
Plant physiology 154 (2), 506-511, 2010
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