Dr Neil Taylor - Scientific publications

Taylor, N. G. (2011) A role for Arabidopsis dynamin related proteins DRP2A/B in endocytosis; DRP2 function is essential for plant growth. Plant Molecular Biology 76: 117–129

Taylor, N. G.  (2008). Regulation of cellulose synthesis – aNOther player in the game? (Commentary). New Phytologist 179: 247-249.

Taylor, N. G. (2008). Cellulose biosynthesis and deposition in higher plants. (Tansley Review). New Phytologist 178:239-252.

Taylor, N. G. (2007). Identification of cellulose synthase AtCesA7 (IRX3) in vivo phosphorylation sites – a potential role in regulating protein degradation. Plant Molecular Biology 64:161-171.

Taylor, N. G., and Turner, S. R. (2007). Cellulose synthesis in the Arabidopsis secondary cell wall. Cellulose, Molecular and Structural Biology. eds. R. M. Brown Jr., I. M. Saxena, Springer.

Bosca, S., Barton, C. J., Taylor, N. G., Ryden, P., Neumetzler, L.,  Pauly, M., Roberts, K. and Seifert, G. J. (2006).  Interactions between MUR10/CesA7-Dependent Secondary Cellulose Biosynthesis and Primary Cell Wall Structure. Plant Physiology. 2006 142: 1353-1363.

Taylor, N.G. Gardiner J.C. Wightman, R. and Turner, S.R. (2004). Cellulose synthesis in the Arabidopsis secondary cell wall. Cellulose 11: 329-338.

Szyjanowicz, P.M.J., McKinnon, I., Taylor, N.G., Gardiner, J., Jarvis, M.C. and Turner, S.R. (2004). The irregular xylem 2 mutant is an allele of korrigan that affects the secondary cell wall of Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Journal 37:730-40.

Gardiner, J.C., Taylor, N.G. and Turner, S.R. (2003). Control of cellulose synthase complex localisation in developing xylem. Plant Cell 15, 1740-1748.

Taylor, N.G., Howells, R.M., Huttly, A.K., Vickers, K. and Turner, S.R. (2003). Interactions between three distinct CesA proteins essential for cellulose synthesis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA. 100: 1450-1455.

Turner, S.R., Taylor N.G. and Szyjanowicz, P. (2002). Cellulose synthesis and Engineering in Plants. In Carbohydrate Bioengineering an Interdisciplinary Approach, Royal Society of Chemistry. T.T. Teeri, B Svenson, H.J. Gilbert  and T. Feizi, eds.

Turner, S.R., Taylor, N., Jones, L.  (2001).  Mutations of the secondary cell wall.  Plant Molecular Biology  47, 209-219.

Turner, S.R., Taylor, N.G. and Jones, L. (2001). Analysis of Secondary Cell Wall Formation in Arabidopsis. In: Molecular Breeding of Woody Plants, Elsevier Science BV. N. Morohoshi and A. Komamine, eds.

Taylor, N.G., Laurie, S., Turner, S.R.  (2000).  Multiple cellulose synthase catalytic subunits are required for cellulose synthesis in Arabidopsis.  Plant Cell  12, 2529-2540.

Taylor, N.G., Scheible, W-R, Cutler, S., Somerville, C.R. and Turner, S.R.  (1999).  The irregular xylem3 locus of Arabidopsis encodes a cellulose synthase required for secondary cell wall synthesis.  Plant Cell  11, 769-779.

Taylor, N.G., Hall, M., Jones, L. and Turner, S.R. (1999). Genetic Analysis of Secondary Cell Wall Deposition. In: The Vascular Cambium, Bio Academic Publishing. R. Savadge and R. Napier, eds.

Eastgate, J., Taylor, N., Coleman, M., Healy, B., Thompson, M. and Roberts, I.  (1995).  Cloning, expression and characterisation of the lon gene of Erwinia amylovora: evidence for a heat shock response.  Journal of Bacteriology  177, 932-937.

Taylor, N.,  E. Walker, S. Firek and J. Draper, 1994. Manipulation of the Extracellular Environment by Secretion of Single Chain Antibodies. J. Exp. Botany 45s:14.

 

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