Items by Doughty, James
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Cao, H., Li, X., Wang, Z., Ding, M., Sun, Y., Dong, F., Chen, F., Liu, L.’a., Doughty, J., Li, Y. and Liu, Y. X., 2015. Histone H2B monoubiquitination mediated by HISTONE MONOUBIQUITINATION1 and HISTONE MONOUBIQUITINATION2 is involved in anther development by regulating tapetum degradation-related genes in rice. Plant Physiology, 168 (4), pp. 1389-1405.
Qi, B., Doughty, J. and Hooley, R., 2013. A Golgi and tonoplast localized S-acyl transferase is involved in cell expansion, cell division, vascular patterning and fertility in Arabidopsis. New Phytologist, 200 (2), pp. 444-456.
Whitley, P., Hinz, S. and Doughty, J., 2009. Arabidopsis FAB1/PIKfyve proteins are essential for development of viable pollen. Plant Physiology, 151 (4), pp. 1812-1822.
Scott, R. J., Armstrong, S. J., Doughty, J. and Spielman, M., 2008. Double fertilization in Arabidopsis thaliana involves a polyspermy block on the egg but not the central cell. Molecular Plant, 1 (4), pp. 611-619.
Kemp, B. P. and Doughty, J., 2007. S cysteine-rich (SCR) binding domain analysis of the Brassica self-incompatibility S-locus receptor kinase. New Phytologist, 175 (4), pp. 619-629.
Kemp, B. P. and Doughty, J., 2003. Just how complex is the Brassica S-receptor complex? Journal of Experimental Botany, 54 (380), pp. 157-168.