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2004The CesA gene family of barley. Quantitative analysis of transcripts reveals two groups of co-expressed genesBurton, R.; Shirley, N.; King, B.; Harvey, A.; Fincher, G.
2003An Arabidopsis callose synthase, GSL5, is required for wound and papillary callose formationJacobs, A.; Lipka, V.; Burton, R.; Panstruga, R.; Strizhov, N.; Schulze-Lefert, P.; Fincher, G.
2000Virus-induced silencing of a plant cellulose synthase geneBurton, R.; Gibeaut, D.; Bacic, A.; Findlay, K.; Roberts, K.; Hamilton, A.; Baulcombe, D.; Fincher, G.
2012Analysis of the arabinoxylan arabinofuranohydrolase gene family in barley does not support their involvement in the remodelling of endosperm cell walls during developmentLaidlaw, H.; Lahnstein, J.; Burton, R.; Fincher, G.; Jobling, S.
2006Cellulose synthase-like CslF genes mediate the synthesis of cell wall (1,3;1,4)-beta-D-glucansBurton, R.; Wilson, S.; Hrmova, M.; Harvey, A.; Shirley, N.; Medhurst, A.; Stone, B.; Newbigin, E.; Bacic, A.; Fincher, G.
2014Spatial gradients in cell wall composition and transcriptional profiles along elongating maize internodesZhang, Q.; Cheetamun, R.; Dhugga, K.; Rafalski, J.; Tingey, S.; Shirley, N.; Taylor, J.; Hayes, K.; Beatty, M.; Bacic, A.; Burton, R.; Fincher, G.
2010Variability in fine structures of noncellulosic cell wall polysaccharides from cereal grains: Potential importance in human health and nutritionCollins, H.; Burton, R.; Topping, D.; Liao, M.; Bacic, A.; Fincher, G.
2010Heterogeneity in the chemistry, structure and function of plant cell wallsBurton, R.; Gidley, M.; Fincher, G.
2014The barley genome sequence assembly reveals three additional members of the CslF (1,3;1,4)-β-glucan synthase gene familySchreiber, M.; Wright, F.; MacKenzie, K.; Hedley, P.; Schwerdt, J.; Little, A.; Burton, R.; Fincher, G.; Marshall, D.; Waugh, R.; Halpin, C.
2009(1,3;1,4)-beta-D-glucans in cell walls of the Poaceae, lower plants, and fungi: A tale of two linkagesBurton, R.; Fincher, G.