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2011Over-expression of specific HvCslF cellulose synthase-like genes in transgenic barley increases the levels of cell wall (1,3;1,4)-β-D-glucans and alters their fine structureBurton, R.; Collins, H.; Kibble, N.; Gilson, J.; Shirley, N.; Jobling, S.; Henderson, M.; Singh, R.; Pettolino, F.; Wilson, S.; Bird, A.; Topping, D.; Bacic, A.; Fincher, G.
2015The dynamics of cereal cyst nematode infection differ between susceptible and resistant barley cultivars and lead to changes in (1,3;1,4)-β-glucan levels and HvCslF gene transcript abundanceAditya, J.; Lewis, J.; Shirley, N.; Tan, H.; Henderson, M.; Fincher, G.; Burton, R.; Mather, D.; Tucker, M.
2018Revised phylogeny of the Cellulose Synthase gene superfamily: insights into cell wall evolutionLittle, A.; Schwerdt, J.; Shirley, N.; Khor, S.; Neumann, K.; O'Donovan, L.; Lahnstein, J.; Collins, H.; Henderson, M.; Fincher, G.; Burton, R.
2015Powerful regulatory systems and post-transcriptional gene silencing resist increases in cellulose content in cell walls of barleyTan, H.; Shirley, N.; Singh, R.; Henderson, M.; Dhugga, K.; Mayo, G.; Fincher, G.; Burton, R.
2013Grain development in Brachypodium and other grasses: possible interactions between cell expansion, starch deposition, and cell-wall synthesisTrafford, K.; Haleux, P.; Henderson, M.; Parker, M.; Shirley, N.; Tucker, M.; Fincher, G.; Burton, R.
2015Genetics and physiology of cell wall polysaccharides in the model C₄ grass, Setaria viridis sppErmawar, R.; Collins, H.; Byrt, C.; Henderson, M.; O'Donovan, L.; Shirley, N.; Schwerdt, J.; Lahnstein, J.; Fincher, G.; Burton, R.
2015Distribution, structure and biosynthetic gene families of (1,3;1,4)-β-glucan in Sorghum bicolorErmawar, R.; Collins, H.; Byrt, C.; Betts, N.; Henderson, M.; Shirley, N.; Schwerdt, J.; Lahnstein, J.; Fincher, G.; Burton, R.