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Journal Article (8)

  1. Journal Article
    Hayama, R.; Yang, P.; Valverde, F.; Mizoguchi, T.; Furtani-Hayama, I.; Vierstra, R. D.; Coupland, G.: Ubiquitin carboxyl-terminal hydrolases are required for period maintenance of the circadian clock at high temperature in Arabidopsis. Scientific Reports 9, 17030 (2019)
  2. Journal Article
    Hayama, R.; Mizoguchi, T.; Coupland, G.: Differential effects of light-to-dark transitions on phase setting in circadian expression among clock-controlled genes in Pharbitis nil. Plant Signaling & Behavior 13 (6) (2018)
  3. Journal Article
    Hayama, R.; Sarid-Krebs, L.; Richter, R.; Fernández, V.: PSEUDO RESPONSE REGULATORs stabilize CONSTANS protein to promote flowering in response to day length. EMBO Journal 36 (7), pp. 904 - 918 (2017)
  4. Journal Article
    Holtkotte, X.; Dieterle, S.; Kokkelink, L.; Artz, O.; Leson, L.; Fittinghoff, K.; Hayama, R.; Ahmad, M.; Hoecker, U.: Mutations in the N-terminal kinase-like domain of the repressor of photomorphogenesis SPA1 severely impair SPA1 function but not light responsiveness in Arabidopsis. The Plant Journal 88 (2), pp. 205 - 218 (2016)
  5. Journal Article
    Sarid-Krebs, L.; Panigrahi, K. C. S.; Fornara, F.; Takahashi, Y.; Hayama, R.; Jang, S.; Tilmes, V.; Valverde, F.; Coupland, G.: Phosphorylation of CONSTANS and its COP1-dependent degradation during photoperiodic flowering of Arabidopsis. The Plant journal: for cell and molecular biology 84 (3), pp. 451 - 63 (2015)
  6. Journal Article
    Hayama, R.; Agashe, B.; Luley, E.; King, R.; Coupland, G.: A Circadian Rhythm Set by Dusk Determines the Expression of FT Homologs and the Short-Day Photoperiodic Flowering Response in Pharbitis. Plant Cell 19 (10), pp. 2988 - 3000 (2007)
  7. Journal Article
    Hayama, R.; Coupland, G.: The molecular basis of diversity in the photoperiodic flowering responses of Arabidopsis and rice. Plant Physiology 135 (2), pp. 677 - 684 (2004)
  8. Journal Article
    Hayama, R.; Coupland, G.: Shedding light on the circadian clock and the photoperiodic control of flowering. Current Opinion in Plant Biology 6 (1), pp. 13 - 19 (2003)
 
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