Christopher N. Topp
Christopher N. Topp
Member and Principal Investigator, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center
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Centromeric retroelements and satellites interact with maize kinetochore protein CENH3
CX Zhong, JB Marshall, C Topp, R Mroczek, A Kato, K Nagaki, JA Birchler, ...
The Plant Cell 14 (11), 2825-2836, 2002
GiA Roots: software for the high throughput analysis of plant root system architecture
T Galkovskyi, Y Mileyko, A Bucksch, B Moore, O Symonova, CA Price, ...
BMC plant biology 12, 1-12, 2012
Repression of Flowering in Arabidopsis Requires Activation of FLOWERING LOCUS C Expression by the Histone Variant H2A.Z
RB Deal, CN Topp, EC McKinney, RB Meagher
The Plant Cell 19 (1), 74-83, 2007
3D phenotyping and quantitative trait locus mapping identify core regions of the rice genome controlling root architecture
CN Topp, AS Iyer-Pascuzzi, JT Anderson, CR Lee, PR Zurek, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (18), E1695-E1704, 2013
Centromere-encoded RNAs are integral components of the maize kinetochore
CN Topp, CX Zhong, RK Dawe
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (45), 15986-15991, 2004
Digital imaging of root traits (DIRT): a high-throughput computing and collaboration platform for field-based root phenomics
A Das, H Schneider, J Burridge, AKM Ascanio, T Wojciechowski, CN Topp, ...
Plant methods 11, 1-12, 2015
DNA binding of centromere protein C (CENPC) is stabilized by single-stranded RNA
Y Du, CN Topp, RK Dawe
PLoS genetics 6 (2), e1000835, 2010
The quest for understanding phenotypic variation via integrated approaches in the field environment
D Pauli, SC Chapman, R Bart, CN Topp, CJ Lawrence-Dill, J Poland, ...
Plant Physiology 172 (2), 622-634, 2016
Applying high-throughput phenotyping to plant–insect interactions: picturing more resistant crops
FL Goggin, A Lorence, CN Topp
Current Opinion in Insect Science 9, 69-76, 2015
Morphological plant modeling: unleashing geometric and topological potential within the plant sciences
A Bucksch, A Atta-Boateng, AF Azihou, D Battogtokh, A Baumgartner, ...
Frontiers in plant science 8, 900, 2017
How can we harness quantitative genetic variation in crop root systems for agricultural improvement?
CN Topp, AL Bray, NA Ellis, Z Liu
Journal of integrative plant biology 58 (3), 213-225, 2016
Identification of a maize neocentromere in an oat-maize addition line
CN Topp, RJ Okagaki, JR Melo, RG Kynast, RL Phillips, RK Dawe
Cytogenetic and genome research 124 (3-4), 228-238, 2009
The persistent homology mathematical framework provides enhanced genotype-to-phenotype associations for plant morphology
M Li, MH Frank, V Coneva, W Mio, DH Chitwood, CN Topp
Plant physiology 177 (4), 1382-1395, 2018
Persistent homology and the branching topologies of plants
M Li, K Duncan, CN Topp, DH Chitwood
American journal of botany 104 (3), 349-353, 2017
Transformation of rice with long DNA-segments consisting of random genomic DNA or centromere-specific DNA
BH Phan, W Jin, CN Topp, CX Zhong, J Jiang, RK Dawe, WA Parrott
Transgenic research 16, 341-351, 2007
Quantitative trait locus mapping reveals regions of the maize genome controlling root system architecture
PR Zurek, CN Topp, PN Benfey
Plant physiology 167 (4), 1487-1496, 2015
The quantitative genetic control of root architecture in maize
AL Bray, CN Topp
Plant and Cell Physiology 59 (10), 1919-1930, 2018
Topological data analysis as a morphometric method: using persistent homology to demarcate a leaf morphospace
M Li, H An, R Angelovici, C Bagaza, A Batushansky, L Clark, V Coneva, ...
Frontiers in plant science 9, 553, 2018
Revealing plant cryptotypes: defining meaningful phenotypes among infinite traits
DH Chitwood, CN Topp
Current opinion in plant biology 24, 54-60, 2015
Reinterpreting pericentromeric heterochromatin
CN Topp, RK Dawe
Current opinion in plant biology 9 (6), 647-653, 2006
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