Ann Hirsch
Ann Hirsch
Professor of Molecular, Cell and Developmental Biology, UCLA
Verified email at ucla.edu
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Developmental biology of legume nodulation
AM Hirsch
New Phytologist 122 (2), 211-237, 1992
7341992
Early nodulin genes are induced in alfalfa root outgrowths elicited by auxin transport inhibitors
AM Hirsch, TV Bhuvaneswari, JG Torrey, T Bisseling
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 86 (4), 1244-1248, 1989
4001989
Symbiotic mutants of Rhizobium meliloti that uncouple plant from bacterial differentiation
TM Finan, AM Hirsch, JA Leigh, E Johansen, GA Kuldau, S Deegan, ...
Cell 40 (4), 869-877, 1985
3621985
Immersing undergraduate students into research on the metagenomics of the plant rhizosphere: a pedagogical strategy to engage civic-mindedness and retain undergraduates in STEM
ER Sanders, AM Hirsch
Frontiers in plant science 5, 157, 2014
3542014
What makes the rhizobia-legume symbiosis so special?
AM Hirsch, MR Lum, JA Downie
Plant physiology 127 (4), 1484-1492, 2001
3492001
Legume-nodulating betaproteobacteria: diversity, host range, and future prospects
P Gyaneshwar, AM Hirsch, L Moulin, WM Chen, GN Elliott, C Bontemps, ...
Molecular plant-microbe interactions 24 (11), 1276-1288, 2011
3192011
Role of lectins (and rhizobial exopolysaccharides) in legume nodulation
AM Hirsch
Current opinion in plant biology 2 (4), 320-326, 1999
2651999
Investigations of Rhizobium biofilm formation
NA Fujishige, NN Kapadia, PL De Hoff, AM Hirsch
FEMS microbiology ecology 56 (2), 195-206, 2006
2622006
Rhizobium meliloti mutants that fail to succinylate their calcofluor-binding exopolysaccharide are defective in nodule invasion
JA Leigh, JW Reed, JF Hanks, AM Hirsch, GC Walker
Cell 51 (4), 579-587, 1987
2471987
Plant lectins: the ties that bind in root symbiosis and plant defense
PL De Hoff, LM Brill, AM Hirsch
Molecular genetics and genomics 282 (1), 1-15, 2009
2412009
Studying early nodulin gene ENOD40 expression and induction by nodulation factor and cytokinin in transgenic alfalfa
Y Fang, AM Hirsch
Plant Physiology 116 (1), 53-68, 1998
2311998
Expression of early nodulin genes in alfalfa mycorrhizae indicates that signal transduction pathways used in forming arbuscular mycorrhizae and Rhizobium-induced nodules may be …
P Van Rhijn, Y Fang, S Galili, O Shaul, N Atzmon, S Wininger, Y Eshed, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 94 (10), 5467-5472, 1997
2251997
Molecular signals and receptors: controlling rhizosphere interactions between plants and other organisms
AM Hirsch, WD Bauer, DM Bird, J Cullimore, B Tyler, JI Yoder
Ecology 84 (4), 858-868, 2003
2162003
The role of phytohormones in plant-microbe symbioses
AM Hirsch, Y Fang, S Asad, Y Kapulnik
Plant and soil 194 (1-2), 171-184, 1997
1981997
Plant hormones and nodulation: what's the connection?
AM Hirsch, Y Fang
Plant molecular biology 26 (1), 5-9, 1994
1971994
Phylogenetic analysis of Burkholderia species by multilocus sequence analysis
P Estrada-De Los Santos, P Vinuesa, L Martínez-Aguilar, AM Hirsch, ...
Current microbiology 67 (1), 51-60, 2013
1552013
Signal transduction pathways in mycorrhizal associations: comparisons with theRhizobium–legume symbiosis
AM Hirsch, Y Kapulnik
Fungal genetics and Biology 23 (3), 205-212, 1998
1521998
Is the Legume Nodule a Modified Root or Stem or an Organ sui generis?
AM Hirsch, TA Larue, J Doyle
Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences 16 (4), 361-392, 1997
1501997
Ultrastructural analysis of ineffective alfalfa nodules formed by nif:: Tn5 mutants of Rhizobium meliloti.
AM Hirsch, M Bang, FM Ausubel
Journal of bacteriology 155 (1), 367-380, 1983
1461983
Lotus corniculatus nodulation specificity is changed by the presence of a soybean lectin gene
P van Rhijn, RB Goldberg, AM Hirsch
The Plant Cell 10 (8), 1233-1249, 1998
1441998
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