|The pea GIGAS gene is a FLOWERING LOCUS T homolog necessary for graft-transmissible specification of flowering but not for responsiveness to photoperiod|
V Hecht, RE Laurie, JK Vander Schoor, S Ridge, CL Knowles, LC Liew, ...
The Plant Cell 23 (1), 147-161, 2011
|Pea LATE BLOOMER1 is a GIGANTEA ortholog with roles in photoperiodic flowering, deetiolation, and transcriptional regulation of circadian clock gene homologs|
V Hecht, CL Knowles, JK Vander Schoor, LC Liew, SE Jones, ...
Plant physiology 144 (2), 648-661, 2007
|Nature vs nurture in the leaf morphology of Southern beech, Nothofagus cunninghamii (Nothofagaceae)|
MJ Hovenden, JK Vander Schoor
New Phytologist 161 (2), 585-594, 2004
|A conserved molecular basis for photoperiod adaptation in two temperate legumes|
JL Weller, LC Liew, VFG Hecht, V Rajandran, RE Laurie, S Ridge, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (51), 21158-21163, 2012
|Warming and free‐air CO2 enrichment alter demographics in four co‐occurring grassland species|
AL Williams, KE Wills, JK Janes, JK Vander Schoor, PCD Newton, ...
New Phytologist 176 (2), 365-374, 2007
|Warming prevents the elevated CO2‐induced reduction in available soil nitrogen in a temperate, perennial grassland|
MJ Hovenden, PCD Newton, RA Carran, P Theobald, KE Wills, ...
Global Change Biology 14 (5), 1018-1024, 2008
|Flowering phenology in a species‐rich temperate grassland is sensitive to warming but not elevated CO2|
MJ Hovenden, KE Wills, JK Vander Schoor, AL Williams, PCD Newton
New Phytologist 178 (4), 815-822, 2008
|Warming and elevated CO2 affect the relationship between seed mass, germinability and seedling growth in Austrodanthonia caespitosa, a dominant Australian …|
MJ Hovenden, KE Wills, RE Chaplin, JK Vander Schoor, AL Williams, ...
Global Change Biology 14 (7), 1633-1641, 2008
|The response of leaf morphology to irradiance depends on altitude of origin in Nothofagus cunninghamii|
MJ Hovenden, JK Vander Schoor
New Phytologist 169 (2), 291-297, 2006
|Light regulation of gibberellin biosynthesis in pea is mediated through the COP1/HY5 pathway|
JL Weller, V Hecht, JK Vander Schoor, SE Davidson, JJ Ross
The Plant Cell 21 (3), 800-813, 2009
|DIE NEUTRALIS and LATE BLOOMER 1 contribute to regulation of the pea circadian clock|
LC Liew, V Hecht, RE Laurie, CL Knowles, JK Vander Schoor, ...
The Plant Cell 21 (10), 3198-3211, 2009
|Update on the genetic control of flowering in garden pea|
JL Weller, V Hecht, LC Liew, FC Sussmilch, B Wenden, CL Knowles, ...
Journal of experimental botany 60 (9), 2493-2499, 2009
|The TasFACE climate-change impacts experiment: design and performance of combined elevated CO2 and temperature enhancement in a native Tasmanian grassland|
MJ Hovenden, F Miglietta, A Zaldei, JK Vander Schoor, KE Wills, ...
Australian Journal of Botany 54 (1), 1-10, 2006
|Influence of warming on soil water potential controls seedling mortality in perennial but not annual species in a temperate grassland|
MJ Hovenden, PCD Newton, KE Wills, JK Janes, AL Williams, ...
New Phytologist 180 (1), 143-152, 2008
|Pea VEGETATIVE2 is an FD homolog that is essential for flowering and compound inflorescence development|
FC Sussmilch, A Berbel, V Hecht, JK Vander Schoor, C Ferrándiz, ...
The Plant Cell 27 (4), 1046-1060, 2015
|Flowering, seed production and seed mass in a species-rich temperate grassland exposed to FACE and warming|
MJ Hovenden, KE Wills, JK Vander Schoor, RE Chaplin, AL Williams, ...
Australian Journal of Botany 55 (8), 780-794, 2008
|Ethylene signaling influences light-regulated development in pea|
JL Weller, EM Foo, V Hecht, S Ridge, JK Vander Schoor, JB Reid
Plant Physiology 169 (1), 115-124, 2015
|Relative humidity has dramatic impacts on leaf morphology but little effect on stomatal index or density in Nothofagus cunninghamii (Nothofagaceae)|
MJ Hovenden, JK Vander Schoor, Y Osanai
Australian Journal of Botany 60 (8), 700-706, 2012
|Elevated CO2 and warming impacts on flowering phenology in a southern Australian grassland are related to flowering time but not growth form, origin or longevity|
MJ Hovenden, AL Williams, JK Pedersen, JK Vander Schoor, KE Wills
Australian Journal of Botany 56 (8), 630-643, 2009
|Identification of LATE BLOOMER2 as a CYCLING DOF FACTOR homolog reveals conserved and divergent features of the flowering response to photoperiod in pea|
S Ridge, FC Sussmilch, V Hecht, JK Vander Schoor, R Lee, G Aubert, ...
The Plant Cell 28 (10), 2545-2559, 2016