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Wang, D. (2016) A decision to branch out, the evolution and domestication of Maize. Case collection at the National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science. Link

Zhan, J., Thakare, D., Ma, C., Lloyd, A., Nixon, N.M., Arakaki, A.M., Burnett, W.J., Logan, K.O., Wang, D., Wang, X., Drews, G.N., Yadegari, R. (2015). RNA sequencing of laser-capture microdissected compartments of the maize kernel identifies regulatory modules associated with endosperm cell differentiation. Plant Cell 27(3):513-531 Link

Li, G., Wang, D., Yang, R., Logan, K., Chen, H., Zhang, S., Skaggs, M.I., Lloyd, A., Burnett, W.J., Laurie, J.D., et al. (2014). Temporal patterns of gene expression in developing maize endosperm identified through transcriptome sequencing. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 111, 7582–7587. Link

Thakare, D., Yang, R., Steffen, J.G., Zhan, J., Wang, D., Clark, R.M., Wang, X., and Yadegari, R. (2014). RNA-Seq analysis of laser-capture microdissected cells of the developing central starchy endosperm of maize. Genomics Data. 2, 242–245. Link

Xin, M., Yang, R., Li, G., Chen, H., Laurie, J., Ma, C., Wang, D., Yao, Y., Larkins, B.A., Sun, Q., et al. (2013). Dynamic Expression of Imprinted Genes Associates with Maternally Controlled Nutrient Allocation during Maize Endosperm Development. Plant Cell 25, 3212–3227. Link

Drews, G.N., Wang, D., Steffen, J.G., Schumaker, K.S., and Yadegari, R. (2011). Identification of genes expressed in the angiosperm female gametophyte. J. Exp. Bot. 62, 1593–1599. Link

Wang, D., Zhang, C., Hearn, D.J., Kang, I.-H., Punwani, J.A., Skaggs, M.I., Drews, G.N., Schumaker, K.S., and Yadegari, R. (2010). Identification of transcription-factor genes expressed in the Arabidopsis female gametophyte. BMC Plant Biol. 10, 110. Link

Chung, T., Wang, D., Kim, C.-S., Yadegari, R., and Larkins, B.A. (2009). Plant SMU-1 and SMU-2 Homologues Regulate Pre-mRNA Splicing and Multiple Aspects of Development. Plant Physiol. 151, 1498–1512. Link

Wang, D., Tyson, M.D.*, Jackson, S.S.*, and Yadegari, R. (2006). Partially redundant functions of two SET-domain polycomb-group proteins in controlling initiation of seed development in Arabidopsis. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 103, 13244–13249. *undergraduate students. Link

Wang, D., and Luthe, D.S. (2003). Heat sensitivity in a bentgrass variant. Failure to accumulate a chloroplast heat shock protein isoform implicated in heat tolerance. Plant Physiol. 133, 319–327. Link

Heckathorn, S.A., Ryan, S.L., Baylis, J.A., Wang, D., Hamilton III, E.W., Cundiff, L., and Luthe, D.S. (2002). In vivo evidence from an Agrostis stolonifera selection genotype that chloroplast small heat-shock proteins can protect photosystem II during heat stress. Funct. Plant Biol. 29, 935–946. Link

Wang, D., Luthe, D.S., Krans, J.V., and Park, S.Y. (2000). The Presence and Role of Heat- Shock Proteins in Creeping Bentgrass. In Plant-Environment Interactions, (CRC Press). Book chapter

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