Self-Incompatibility in Solenaceous Plants: Recent Publications
Wheeler D & Newbigin E (2007) Expression of 10 S class SLF-like genes in Nicotiana alatapollen and its implications for understanding the pollen factor of the S locus. Genetics 177, 2171–2180.
Newbigin E, Hoebee S, Swain S, Groszmann, M & Young, A. (2006). Molecular control of reproduction in wild radish. Proceedings of the Wild Radish and other Cruciferous Weeds Symposium, 66-68.
Newbigin E & Uyenoyama MK (2005) The evolutionary dynamics of self-incompatibility systems. Trends in Genetics 21, 500-505.
Takebayashi N, Newbigin E & Uyenoyama M (2004) Maximum-likelihood estimation of rates of recombination within mating type regions. Genetics167, 2097-2109.
Newbigin E and Vierstra R D (2003) Plant reproduction: Sex and self-denial. Nature 423, 229-230
Takebayashi N, Brewer PB, Newbigin E and Uyenoyama MK (2003) Patterns of variation within self-incompatibility loci. Molecular Biology and Evolution 20, 1778-1794
Uyenoyama MK, Zhang Y and Newbigin, E (2001) On the origin of self-incompatibility haplotypes: Transition through self-compatible intermediates. Genetics 157, 1805-1817
MacIntosh GC, Bariola PA, Newbigin E and Green PJ (2001) Characterization of Rny1, theSaccharomyces cerevisiae member of the T 2 RNase family of RNases: Unexpected functions for ancient enzymes? Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 98,1018-1023.
Golz JF, Oh H-Y, Su V, Kusaba M, Newbigin, E (2001) Genetic analysis of Nicotianapollen-part mutants is consistent with the presence of an S-ribonuclease inhibitor at the S locus. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 98, 15372-15376
Newbigin, E and Uyenoyama MK (2000) Evolutionary dynamics of dual-specificity self-incompatibility alleles. Plant Cell 12, 310-312
Li J-H, Nass N, Kusaba M, Dodds PN, Treloar N, Clarke AE and Newbigin E (2000) A genetic map of the Nicotiana alata S locus that includes three pollen-expressed genes. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 100, 956-964.
Golz JF, Clarke AE and Newbigin E (2000) Mutational approaches to the study of self-incompatibility: Revisiting the pollen-part mutants. Annals of Botany 85, 95-103