Derek M. Thibault

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The type B Arabidopsis Response Regulators (ARRs) of Arabidopsis thaliana are transcription factors that act as positive regulators in the two-component cytokinin signaling pathway. We employed a mutant-based approach to perform a detailed characterization of the roles of ARR1, ARR10, and ARR12 in plant growth and development. The most pronounced phenotype(More)
Rebecca D. Argyros,a,1 Dennis E. Mathews,b,1 Yi-Hsuan Chiang,a,1 Christine M. Palmer,a Derek M. Thibault,a Naomi Etheridge,a,2 D. Aaron Argyros,a Michael G. Mason,a,3 Joseph J. Kieber,c and G. Eric Schallera,4 a Department of Biological Sciences, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire 03755 b Department of Plant Biology, University of New Hampshire,(More)
Ethylene plays critical roles in plant growth and development, including the regulation of cell expansion, senescence, and the response to biotic and abiotic stresses. Elements of the initial signal transduction pathway have been determined, but we are still defining regulatory mechanisms by which the sensitivity of plants to ethylene is modulated. We(More)
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