James H. Westwood
James H. Westwood
Professor of Plant and Environmental Sciences, Virginia Tech
Verified email at vt.edu
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The evolution of parasitism in plants
JH Westwood, JI Yoder, MP Timko, CW dePamphilis
Trends in plant science 15 (4), 227-235, 2010
335*2010
Functional analysis of a predicted flavonol synthase gene family in Arabidopsis
DK Owens, AB Alerding, KC Crosby, AB Bandara, JH Westwood, ...
Plant physiology 147 (3), 1046-1061, 2008
1682008
Convergent evolution of strigolactone perception enabled host detection in parasitic plants
CE Conn, R Bythell-Douglas, D Neumann, S Yoshida, B Whittington, ...
Science 349 (6247), 540-543, 2015
1582015
Genomic-scale exchange of mRNA between a parasitic plant and its hosts
G Kim, ML LeBlanc, EK Wafula, CW DePamphilis, JH Westwood
Science 345 (6198), 808-811, 2014
1572014
A new mutation in plant ALS confers resistance to five classes of ALS-inhibiting herbicides
CM Whaley, HP Wilson, JH Westwood
Weed Science 55 (2), 83-90, 2007
1442007
Cross-species translocation of mRNA from host plants into the parasitic plant dodder
JK Roney, PA Khatibi, JH Westwood
Plant Physiology 143 (2), 1037-1043, 2007
1342007
The parasitic plant genome project: new tools for understanding the biology of Orobanche and Striga
JH Westwood, CW Depamphilis, M Das, M Fernández-Aparicio, ...
Weed Science 60 (2), 295-306, 2012
1032012
MicroRNAs from the parasitic plant Cuscuta campestris target host messenger RNAs
S Shahid, G Kim, NR Johnson, E Wafula, F Wang, C Coruh, ...
Nature 553 (7686), 82-85, 2018
992018
Characterization of the Orobanche–Arabidopsis system for studying parasite–host interactions
JH Westwood
Weed Science 48 (6), 742-748, 2000
992000
RNA translocation between parasitic plants and their hosts
JH Westwood, JK Roney, PA Khatibi, VK Stromberg
Pest Management Science: formerly Pesticide Science 65 (5), 533-539, 2009
782009
Expression of a Defense-Related 3-Hydroxy-3-Methylglutaryl CoA Reductase Gene in Response to Parasitization by Orobanche spp.
JH Westwood, X Yu, CL Foy, CL Cramer
Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 11 (6), 530-536, 1998
771998
Comparative transcriptome analyses reveal core parasitism genes and suggest gene duplication and repurposing as sources of structural novelty
Z Yang, EK Wafula, LA Honaas, H Zhang, M Das, M Fernandez-Aparicio, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 32 (3), 767-790, 2015
752015
Evolution of weediness and invasiveness: charting the course for weed genomics
CN Stewart, PJ Tranel, DP Horvath, JV Anderson, LH Rieseberg, ...
Weed Science 57 (5), 451-462, 2009
752009
Weed management in 2050: perspectives on the future of weed science
JH Westwood, R Charudattan, SO Duke, SA Fennimore, P Marrone, ...
Weed science 66 (3), 275-285, 2018
722018
Cellular mechanisms influence differential glyphosate sensitivity in field bindweed (Convolvulus arvensis) biotypes
JH Westwood, SC Weller
Weed Science, 2-11, 1997
701997
Transcriptomes of the parasitic plant family Orobanchaceae reveal surprising conservation of chlorophyll synthesis
NJ Wickett, LA Honaas, EK Wafula, M Das, K Huang, B Wu, L Landherr, ...
Current Biology 21 (24), 2098-2104, 2011
642011
Influence of nitrogen on germination and early development of broomrape (Orobanche spp.)
JH Westwood, CL Foy
Weed Science, 2-7, 1999
641999
Horizontal gene transfer is more frequent with increased heterotrophy and contributes to parasite adaptation
Z Yang, Y Zhang, EK Wafula, LA Honaas, PE Ralph, S Jones, CR Clarke, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (45), E7010-E7019, 2016
462016
Absorption and translocation of glyphosate in tolerant and susceptible biotypes of field bindweed (Convolvulus arvensis)
JH Westwood, CN Yerkes, FP DeGennaro, SC Weller
Weed Science, 658-663, 1997
461997
Evolution of a horizontally acquired legume gene, albumin 1, in the parasitic plant Phelipanche aegyptiaca and related species
Y Zhang, M Fernandez-Aparicio, EK Wafula, M Das, Y Jiao, NJ Wickett, ...
BMC evolutionary biology 13 (1), 1-13, 2013
452013
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