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Beth Krizek
Beth Krizek
Professor of Biological Sciences, Univ. of South Carolina
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Molecular mechanisms of flower development: an armchair guide
BA Krizek, JC Fletcher
Nature Reviews Genetics 6 (9), 688-698, 2005
7112005
Dimerization specificity of Arabidopsis MADS domain homeotic proteins APETALA1, APETALA3, PISTILLATA, and AGAMOUS.
JL Riechmann, BA Krizek, EM Meyerowitz
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 93 (10), 4793-4798, 1996
5891996
Arabidopsis H+-PPase AVP1 Regulates Auxin-Mediated Organ Development
J Li, H Yang, W Ann Peer, G Richter, J Blakeslee, A Bandyopadhyay, ...
Science 310 (5745), 121-125, 2005
5342005
The Arabidopsis homeotic genes APETALA3 and PISTILLATA are sufficient to provide the B class organ identity function
BA Krizek, EM Meyerowitz
Development 122 (1), 11-22, 1996
5001996
A molecular framework for auxin-mediated initiation of flower primordia
N Yamaguchi, MF Wu, CM Winter, MC Berns, S Nole-Wilson, ...
Developmental cell 24 (3), 271-282, 2013
3272013
A consensus zinc finger peptide: design, high-affinity metal binding, a pH-dependent structure, and a His to Cys sequence variant
BA Krizek, BT Amann, VJ Kilfoil, DL Merkle, JM Berg
Journal of the American Chemical Society 113 (12), 4518-4523, 1991
3051991
The EAR-motif of the Cys2/His2-type zinc finger protein Zat7 plays a key role in the defense response of Arabidopsis to salinity stress
S Ciftci-Yilmaz, MR Morsy, L Song, A Coutu, BA Krizek, MW Lewis, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 282 (12), 9260-9268, 2007
3002007
Ligand variation and metal ion binding specificity in zinc finger peptides
BA Krizek, DL Merkle, JM Berg
Inorganic Chemistry 32 (6), 937-940, 1993
2981993
Ectopic expression of AINTEGUMENTA in Arabidopsis plants results in increased growth of floral organs
BA Krizek
Developmental genetics 25 (3), 224-236, 1999
2951999
AINTEGUMENTA-like (AIL) genes are expressed in young tissues and may specify meristematic or division-competent states
S Nole-Wilson, TL Tranby, BA Krizek
Plant molecular biology 57, 613-628, 2005
2132005
DNA binding properties of the Arabidopsis floral development protein AINTEGUMENTA
S Nole-Wilson, BA Krizek
Nucleic Acids Research 28 (21), 4076-4082, 2000
2022000
Mapping the protein regions responsible for the functional specificities of the Arabidopsis MADS domain organ-identity proteins.
BA Krizek, EM Meyerowitz
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 93 (9), 4063-4070, 1996
1911996
AINTEGUMENTA and AINTEGUMENTA-LIKE6 Act Redundantly to Regulate Arabidopsis Floral Growth and Patterning
BA Krizek
Plant physiology 150 (4), 1916-1929, 2009
1852009
AINTEGUMENTA Promotes Petal Identity and Acts as a Negative Regulator of AGAMOUS
BA Krizek, V Prost, A Macias
The Plant Cell 12 (8), 1357-1366, 2000
1552000
Making bigger plants: key regulators of final organ size
BA Krizek
Current opinion in plant biology 12 (1), 17-22, 2009
1522009
RABBIT EARS is a second‐whorl repressor of AGAMOUS that maintains spatial boundaries in Arabidopsis flowers
BA Krizek, MW Lewis, JC Fletcher
The Plant Journal 45 (3), 369-383, 2006
1432006
Regulation of SUP Expression Identifies Multiple Regulators Involved in Arabidopsis Floral Meristem Development
H Sakai, BA Krizek, SE Jacobsen, EM Meyerowitz
The Plant Cell 12 (9), 1607-1618, 2000
1312000
AINTEGUMENTA Contributes to Organ Polarity and Regulates Growth of Lateral Organs in Combination with YABBY Genes
S Nole-Wilson, BA Krizek
Plant physiology 141 (3), 977-987, 2006
1102006
Control of flower size
BA Krizek, JT Anderson
Journal of experimental botany 64 (6), 1427-1437, 2013
1082013
AINTEGUMENTA utilizes a mode of DNA recognition distinct from that used by proteins containing a single AP2 domain
BA Krizek
Nucleic acids research 31 (7), 1859-1868, 2003
952003
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