2023 - Research.com Biology and Biochemistry in United Kingdom Leader Award
2020 - Fellow of the Royal Society, United Kingdom
His main research concerns Auxin, Cell biology, Arabidopsis, Lateral root and Botany. His Auxin study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Arabidopsis thaliana, Auxin influx, Plant hormone, Signal transduction and Regulation of gene expression. His study in Auxin influx is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Basipetal auxin transport, PIN proteins, Polar auxin transport and Auxin efflux.
His Cell biology research includes themes of Repressor, Gravitropism and Meristem. His Arabidopsis study combines topics in areas such as Cell, Biophysics and Root hair. The study incorporates disciplines such as Primordium, Pericycle, Lateral root formation, Abscisic acid and Root system in addition to Lateral root.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Cell biology, Auxin, Arabidopsis, Botany and Virology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Transcription factor, Lateral root, Cell division, Meristem and Auxin efflux. His Auxin research focuses on Auxin influx and how it connects with PIN proteins.
Malcolm J. Bennett interconnects Arabidopsis thaliana and Root hair in the investigation of issues within Arabidopsis. Malcolm J. Bennett is interested in Root system, which is a field of Botany. In his research on the topic of Virology, Orthopoxvirus is strongly related with Cowpox virus.
Malcolm J. Bennett mainly focuses on Cell biology, Auxin, Arabidopsis, Lateral root and Mutant. His Cell biology research integrates issues from Auxin influx, Transcription factor, Root hair elongation, Cell division and Organogenesis. His Auxin research is classified as research in Gene.
His Arabidopsis research incorporates elements of Arabidopsis thaliana, Genetic analysis, Meristem, Developmental biology and Computational biology. His studies deal with areas such as Primordium, Regulation of gene expression, Lateral root formation and Epidermis as well as Lateral root. His Mutant research incorporates themes from Phenotype and Receptor.
Malcolm J. Bennett mostly deals with Cell biology, Arabidopsis, Auxin, Lateral root and Mutant. His research integrates issues of SUMO protein, Organogenesis, Cell wall and Meristem in his study of Cell biology. The various areas that Malcolm J. Bennett examines in his Arabidopsis study include Plant hormone, Transcription factor, Developmental biology, Computational biology and Gene regulatory network.
His Auxin research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Arabidopsis thaliana, Plasmodesma and Root hair. His Lateral root study combines topics in areas such as Primordium, Lateral root formation, Abscisic acid, Cell division and Regulation of gene expression. His study explores the link between Mutant and topics such as Receptor that cross with problems in Medicago.
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Regulation of phyllotaxis by polar auxin transport.
Didier Reinhardt;Eva-Rachele Pesce;Pia A. Stieger;Therese Mandel.
Arabidopsis AUX1 gene: a permease-like regulator of root gravitropism.
Malcolm J. Bennett;Alan Marchant;Haydn G. Green;Sean T. May.
Auxin Transport Promotes Arabidopsis Lateral Root Initiation
Ilda Casimiro;Alan Marchant;Rishikesh P. Bhalerao;Tom Beeckman.
The Plant Cell (2001)
AtPIN2 defines a locus of Arabidopsis for root gravitropism control
Andreas Müller;Changhui Guan;Leo Gälweiler;Petra Tänzler.
The EMBO Journal (1998)
The auxin influx carrier LAX3 promotes lateral root emergence
Kamal Swarup;Eva Benková;Eva Benková;Ranjan Swarup;Ilda Casimiro.
Nature Cell Biology (2008)
Arabidopsis lateral root development: an emerging story.
Benjamin Péret;Bert De Rybel;Bert De Rybel;Ilda Casimiro;Eva Benková;Eva Benková.
Trends in Plant Science (2009)
Dissecting Arabidopsis lateral root development
Ilda Casimiro;Tom Beeckman;Neil Graham;Rishikesh Bhalerao.
Trends in Plant Science (2003)
Ecology of zoonoses: natural and unnatural histories
William B Karesh;William B Karesh;William B Karesh;Andy P. Dobson;Andy P. Dobson;James O Lloyd-Smith;James O Lloyd-Smith;Juan Lubroth.
The Lancet (2012)
Localization of the auxin permease AUX1 suggests two functionally distinct hormone transport pathways operate in the Arabidopsis root apex
Ranjan Swarup;Jirı́ Friml;Alan Marchant;Karin Ljung.
Genes & Development (2001)
A novel sensor to map auxin response and distribution at high spatio-temporal resolution
Géraldine Brunoud;Darren M. Wells;Marina Oliva;Antoine Larrieu;Antoine Larrieu.
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