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Joseph Colasanti and Viktoriya Coneva (2009). Mechanisms of floral induction in grasses: something borrowed, something new. Plant Physiology 149: 56 – 62. [PDF]
USADEL, B., OBAYASHI, T., MUTWIL, M., GIORGI, F.M., BASSEL, G.W., TANIMOTO, M., CHOW, A., STEINHAUSER, D., PERSSON, S., PROVART, N.J. (2009). Co-expression tools for plant biology: opportunities for hypothesis generation and caveats. Plant, Cell & Environment
Mimi Tanimoto, Reynald Tremblay and Joseph Colasanti, 2008. Altered Gravitropic response, amyloplast sedimentation and circumnutation in the Arabidopsis shoot gravitropism 5 mutant are associated with reduced starch levels. Plant Molecular Biology 67, 57-59
Soon Ju Park, Song Lim Kim, Shinyoung Lee, Byoung Il Je, Hai Long Piao, Sung Han Park1, Chul Min Kim, Choong-Hwan Ryu, Su Hyun Park, Yuan-hu Xuan, Joseph Colasanti, Gynheung An and Chang-deok Han (2008) Rice Indeterminate1 (OsId1) is necessary for the expression of Ehd1 (Early heading date1) regardless of photoperiod. Plant Journal 56, 1018-1029.
Mimi Tanimoto, Reynald Tremblay and Joseph Colasanti (2008). Altered Gravitropic response, amyloplast sedimentation and circumnutation in the Arabidopsis shoot gravitropism 5 mutant are associated with reduced starch levels. Plant Molecular Biology 67, 57-59. [PDF]
Viktoriya Coneva, Tong Zhu and Joseph Colasanti (2007). Expression differences between normal and indeterminate1 maize suggest downstream targets of ID1, a floral transition regulator in maize. Journal of Experimental Botany 58, 3679 – 3693. [PDF]
Ada YM Wong and Joseph Colasanti (2007). Maize floral regulatory protein INDETERMINATE1 is localized to developing leaves and is not altered by light or the sink/source transition. Journal of Experimental Botany 58, 403-414.
Joseph Colasanti, Reynald Tremblay, Ada Y.M. Wong, Viktoriya Coneva, Akiko Kozaki, and Barbara K. Mable (2006). The maize INDETERMINATE1 flowering time regulator defines a highly conserved zinc finger protein family in higher plants. BMC Genomics 7: 158. [PDF]
Akiko Kozaki, Sarah Hake and Joseph Colasanti (2004) The maize ID1 flowering time regulator is a zinc finger protein with novel DNA binding properties. Nucleic Acids Research 32, 1710-1720.
Joseph Colasanti (2001). Some observations on grassy tillers (gt1). Maize Genetics Newsletter. 75: 2-3.
Joseph Colasanti and Venkatesan Sundaresan (2000). Florigen enters the Molecular Age: Long Distance Signals that cause Plants to Flower. Trends in Biochemical Sciences 25, 236-240. [PDF]
Paula McSteen, Debbie Laudencia-Chingcuanco and Joseph Colasanti (2000). A floret by any other name: control of meristem identity in maize. Trends in Plant Sciences 5, 61-66. [PDF]
Joseph Colasanti, Zhuang Yuan and Venkatesan Sundaresan (1998). The indeterminate Gene Encodes a Zinc-finger Protein and Regulates a Leaf-generated Signal Required for the Transition to Flowering in Maize. Cell 93, 593-603.