OSU Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
|Research Area||Selected Publications||Lab Members|
|Title||Professor, Sitlington Endowed Chair in Agriculture II - Agricultural BioSciences|
|Office||Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation
2510 Sam Noble Pky.
Ardmore, OK 73401
|Phone||580 224-6700 Fax: 580 224-6692|
Ph.D. Biology. 1986. Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
Analysis of the regulatory mechanisms that control abiotic stress-responsive gene expression in plants. Functional characterization of transcriptional and post-transcriptional factors that regulate stress-responsive gene expression and evaluation of potential stress tolerance technologies in crop plants, including cotton. Characterization of gene expression in developing cotton fibers. Functional evaluation of phytohormone signal transduction pathways in the regulation of cotton fiber development. Modification of cotton fiber characteristics using molecular genetic and transgenic technologies.
Kang M, Fokar M, Abdelmageed H, Allen RD. 2011. Arabidopsis SAP5 functions as a positive regulator of stress responses and exhibits E3 ubiquitin ligase activity. Plant Mol Biol. In press.
Payton P, Kottapalli KR, Kebede H, Mahan JR, Wright RJ, Allen RD. 2010. Examining the drought stress transcriptome in cotton leaf and root tissue. Biotechnol Lett. DOI 10.1007/s10529-010-0499-y.
Lee J, Burns TH, Light G, Sun Y, Fokar M, Kasukabe Y, Fujisawa K, Maekawa Y, Allen RD. 2010. Xyloglucan endotransglycosylase/hydrolase genes in cotton and their role in fiber elongation. Planta 232: 1191-1205.
Wang X, Veerappan V, Cheng C, Jiang X, Allen RD, Dasgupta PK, Liu S. 2010. Free solution hydrodynamic separation of DNA fragments from 75 to 106,000 base pairs in a single run. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 132: 40-41.
Gottula J, Price K, Allen RD, Mullinix B, and Wright RJ. 2009. Efficacy of antioxidant overproduction on fiber growth and maturation in cotton. Crop. Sci. 49:1-9.
Aleman L, J Kitamura, H Abdel-Mageed, J Lee, Y Sun, M Nakajima, M Ueguchi-Tanaka, M Matsuoka and RD Allen. 2008. Functional analysis of cotton orthologs of GA signal transduction factors GID1 and SLR1. Plant Mol Biol. 68: 1-16.
Wang X, Wang S, Veerappan V, Byun CK, Nguyen H, Gendhar B, Allen RD, Liu S. 2008. Bare nanocapillary for DNA separation and genotyping analysis in gel-free solutions without application of external electric field. Anal. Chem. 80: 5583-5589.
Zhang H, M-S Kim, V Krishnamachari, P Payton, Y Sun, M Grimson, MA Farag; C-M Ryu; RD Allen, and P Paré. 2007. Rhizobacterial volatiles regulate auxin homeostasis and cell expansion in Arabidopsis. Planta 226: 839-851.
Udall JA, JM Swanson, K Haller, RA Rapp, ME Sparks, J Hatfield, Y Yu, Y Wu, C Dowd, AB Arpat, BA Sickler, TA Wilkins, JY Guo, XY Chen, J Scheffler, E Taliercio, R Turley, H McFadden, P Payton, N Klueva, R Allen, D Zhang, C Haigler, C Wilkerson, J Suo, SR Schulze, ML Pierce, M Essenberg, H Kim, DJ Llewellyn, ES Dennis, D Kudrna, R Wing, AH Paterson, C Soderlund and JF Wendel. 2006. A global assembly of cotton ESTs. Genome Res. 16: 441-450.
Kebede H, G Burrow, R Dani and RD Allen, 2006. A-genome cotton as a source of genetic variability for upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum). Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution. 54: 885-895.
Kornyeyev D, BA Logan, DT Tissue, RD Allen, and AS Holaday. 2006. Compensation for photosystem II photoinactivation by regulated non-photochemical dissipation influences the impact of photoinactivation on electron transport and CO2 assimilation. Plant Cell Physiol. 47: 437-446.
Kornyeyev D, BA Logan, RD Allen and AS Holaday. 2005. Field-grown cotton plants with elevated activity of chloroplastic glutathione reductase exhibit no significant alteration of diurnal or seasonal patterns of excitation energy partitioning and CO2 fixation. Field Crops Research. 94: 165-175.
Sun Y and RD Allen. 2005. Functional analysis of the BIN2 genes of cotton. Mol Genet Gen. 274: 51-59.
Light GG, JR Mahan, VP Roxas, and RD Allen.. 2005. Transgenic cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) seedlings expressing a tobacco glutathione S-transferase fail to provide improved stress tolerance. Planta. 222: 346-354.
Sun Y, S Veerabomma, HA Abdel-Mageed, M Fokar, T Asami, S Yoshida, and RD Allen. 2005. Brassinosteroid regulates fiber development on cultured cotton ovules. Plant Cell Physiol. 46: 1384-1391.
Sun Y, M Fokar, T Asami, S Yoshida and RD. Allen, 2004. Characterization of the BRASSINOSTEROID INSENSITIVE 1 genes of cotton. Plant Mol. Biol. 54: 221-232.
Logan BA, G Monteiro, D Kornyeyev, P Payton, RD Allen and AS Holaday 2003. Transgenic overproduction of glutathione reductase does not protect cotton, Gossypium hirsutum (Malvaceae), from photoinhibition during growth under chilling conditions. Am. J. Bot. 90: 1400-1403.
Kornyeyev D, BA Logan, RD Allen and AS Holaday. 2003. Effect of chloroplastic overproduction of ascorbate peroxidase on photosynthesis and photoprotection in cotton leaves subjected to low temperature photoinhibition. Plant Sci. 165: 1033-1041.
Yan J, J Wang, D Tissue, AS Holaday, R Allen and H Zhang. 2003. Photosynthesis and seed production under water-deficit conditions in transgenic tobacco plants that overexpress an Arabidopsis ascorbate peroxidase gene. Crop Sci. 43: 1477‑1483.
Kornyeyev, D, BA Logan, PR Payton, RD Allen, and AS Holaday. 2003. Elevated chloroplastic glutathione reductase activities decrease chilling-induced photoinhibition by increasing rates of photochemistry, but not thermal energy dissipation, in transgenic cotton. Funct. Plant Biol. 30: 101-110.