Publications

  1. Kokla A, Melnyk CW. 2018. Developing a thief: Haustoria formation in parasitic plants. Developmental Biology. doi.org/10.1016/j.ydbio.2018.06.013. (link)
  2. Melnyk CW, Gabel A, Hardcastle TJ, Robinson S, Miyashima S, Grosse I, Meyerowitz EM. 2018. Transcriptome dynamics at Arabidopsis graft junctions reveal an intertissue recognition mechanism that activates vascular regeneration. .

  3. Landrein B, Formosa-Jordan P, Malivert A, Schuster C, Melnyk CW, Yang W, Turnbull C, Meyerowitz EM, Locke JCW, Jönsson, H. 2018. Nitrate modulates stem cell dynamics in Arabidopsis shoot meristems through cytokinins. PNAS. 115(6):1382-1387. (link)
  4. Nanda AK, Melnyk CW. 2018. The role of plant hormones during grafting. Journal of Plant Research. 131(1):49-58. (link)
  5. Bagchi R, Melnyk CW, Christ GWinkler M, Kirchsteiner K, Salehin M, Mergner J, Niemeyer M, Schwechheimer C, Calderón Villalobos LIA, Estelle M. 2017. The Arabidopsis ALF4 protein is a regulator of SCF E3 ligases. The EMBO Journal. 37(2):255-268. (link)
  6. Spallek T*, Melnyk CW*, Wakatake T, Zhang J, Sakamoto Y, Kiba T, Yoshida S, Matsunaga S, Sakakibara H, Shirasu K. 2017. Interspecies hormonal control of host root morphology by parasitic plants. PNAS. 114(20):5283-5288. * joint first author. (link)
  7. Melnyk CW. 2017. Monitoring vascular regeneration and xylem connectivity in Arabidopsis thaliana. Xylem, part of Methods in Molecular Biology. Volume 1544, pg 91-102. Publisher: Springer. (link)
  8. Melnyk CW. 2017. Grafting with Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Hormones: Third Edition, part of Methods in Molecular Biology. Volume 1497, pg 9-18. Publisher: Springer. (link)
  9. Melnyk CW. 2017. Plant grafting: Insights into tissue regeneration. Regeneration. 4(1):3-14. (link)
  10. Melnyk CW. 2017. Connecting the plant vasculature to friend or foe. New Phytologist. 213(4):1611-1617. (link)
  11. Lewsey M, Hardcastle T, Melnyk CW, Molnar A, Valli A, Urich M, Nery J, Baulcombe D, Ecker J. 2016. Mobile small RNAs regulate genome-wide DNA methylation. PNAS. 113 (6): E801-810. (link)
  12. Randall RS, Miyashima S, Blomster T, Zhang J, Karlberg A, Immanen J, Immanen K, Lee J, Kakimoto T, Blajecka K, Melnyk CW, Alcasabas A, Forzani C, Matsumoto-Kitano M, Mahonen AP, Bahlerao R, Dewitte W, Helariutta Y, Murray JAH. 2015. AINTEGUMENTA and the D-type cyclin CYCD3;1 regulate root secondary growth and respond to cytokinins. Biology Open. 4(10):1229-36. (link)
  13. Melnyk CW, Schuster C, Leyser O, Meyerowitz EM. 2015. A developmental framework for graft formation and vascular reconnection in Arabidopsis thaliana. Current Biology. 25(10):1306-1318. (link)
  14. Müller D, Waldie T, Miyawaki K, To JPC, Melnyk CW, Kieber JJ, Kakimoto T, Leyser O. 2015. Cytokinin is required for escape but not release from auxin mediated apical dominance. The Plant Journal. 82(5): 874-886. (link)
  15. Melnyk CW, Meyerowitz EM. 2015. Plant grafting. Current Biology. 25(5):183-188. (link)
  16. Melnyk CW, Harris CJ. 2013. RNA Silencing in Plants. Encyclopedia of Molecular Cell Biology and Molecular Medicine. Publisher, John Wiley & Sons. (link)
  17. Dunoyer P, Melnyk C, Molnar A, Slotkin, RK. 2013. Plant Mobile Small RNAs. Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Biology. 1;5(7). (link)
  18. Melnyk CW*, Molnar A*, Bassett A, Baulcombe DC. 2011. Mobile 24 nt small RNAs direct transcriptional gene silencing in the root meristems of Arabidopsis thaliana. Current Biology. 21(19):1678-83. * – joint first author (link)
  19. Melnyk CW, Molnar A, Baulcombe DC. 2011. Intercellular and systemic movement of RNA silencing signals. EMBO J. 30(17):3553-63. (link)
  20. Molnar A, Melnyk C, Baulcombe DC. 2011. Silencing signals in plants: a long journey for small RNAs. Genome Biology. 12(1):215. (link)
  21. Molnar A*, Melnyk CW*, Bassett A, Hardcastle T, Dunn R, Baulcombe DC. 2010. Small silencing RNAs in plants are mobile and direct epigenetic modification in recipient cells. Science 328(5980):872-5. * – joint first author (link)
  22. Searle I, Pontes O, Melnyk CW, Smith L, Baulcombe, DC. 2010. JMJ14, a JmjC domain protein, is required for RNA silencing and cell-to-cell movement of an RNA silencing signal in Arabidopsis. Genes and Development. 24(10):986-91. (link)
  23. Mosher RA, Melnyk CW. 2010. siRNAs and DNA Methylation: Seedy Epigenetics. Trends in Plant Science (4):204-10. (link)
  24. Mosher RA, Melnyk CW, Kelly KA, Dunn RM, Studholme DJ, Baulcombe DC. 2009. Uniparental expression of PolIV-dependent siRNAs in developing endosperm of Arabidopsis. Nature 460(7252):283-6. (link)
  25. Loit E, Melnyk CW, Macfarlane AJ, Scott FW, Altosaar I. 2009. Identification of three wheat globulin genes by screening a Triticum aestivum BAC genomic library with cDNA from a diabetes-associated globulin. BMC Plant Biology 9(1):93. (link)
  26. Feiz, L, Wanjugi HW, Melnyk CW, Altosaar I, Martin JM, Giroux MJ. 2009. Puroindolines co-localize to the starch granule surface and increase seed bound polar lipid content. Journal of Cereal Science 50:91-98. (link)
  27. Searle IR, Mosher RA, Melnyk CW, Baulcombe DC. 2007. Small RNAs hit the big time. New Phytologist 174:479-482. (link)
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