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Perspectives on the metabolism of strigolactone rhizospheric signals
Frontiers in Plant Science 13, 1062107Read Publication
Canonical strigolactones are not the major determinant of tillering but important rhizospheric signals in rice
Science Advances 8(44), eadd1278.Read Publication
Protocol for characterizing strigolactones released by plant roots.
STAR Protocols 3, 101352Read Publication
Striga hermonthica Suicidal Germination Activity of Potent Strigolactone Analogs: Evaluation from Laboratory Bioassays to Field Trials.
Plants 11(8), 1045Read Publication
A New Formulation for Strigolactone Suicidal Germination Agents, towards Successful Striga Management.
Plants 11(6), 808Read Publication
Rational design of Striga hermonthica specific seed germination inhibitors.
Plant Physiology. 1-16Read Publication
SeedQuant: A deep learning-based tool for assessing stimulant and inhibitor activity on root parasitic seeds.
Plant Physiology 186 (3): 1632-1644Read Publication
Current progress in Striga management.
Plant Physiology 185 (4):1339-1352Read Publication
Efficient mimics for elucidating zaxinone biology and promoting agricultural applications.
Molecular Plant 13 (11):1654-1661Read Publication
A New series of carlactonoic acid based strigolactone analogs for fundamental and applied research.
Frontiers in Plant Science 11:434Read Publication
Effect of D-ring C-3’methylation of strigolactone analogs on their transcription regulating activity in rice.
Plant Signaling & Behavior 14 (11):12-14Read Publication
Suicidal germination as a control strategy for Striga hermonthica (Benth.) in smallholder farms of sub‐Saharan Africa.
Plants, People, Planet 1 (2):107-118Read Publication
Methylation at the C-3′ in D-ring of strigolactone analogs reduces biological activity in root parasitic plants and rice.
Frontiers in Plant Science 10:1-14Read Publication
Structural basis for specific inhibition of the highly sensitive ShHTL7 receptor.
EMBO Reports 19 (9). doi:10.15252/embr.201745619Read Publication
Effect of the strigolactone analogs methyl phenlactonoates on spore germination and root colonization of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi.
Heliyon 4 (11):e00936Read Publication
Methyl phenlactonoates are efficient strigolactone analogs with simple structure.
Journal of Experimental Botany 69:62319-62331Read Publication
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