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Dr James Connorton

My publications


Sheraz, S., Wan, Y., Venter, E., Verma, S. K., Xiong, Q., Waites, J., Connorton, J. M., Shewry, P. R., Moore, K. M & Balk, J. (2021). Subcellular dynamics of iron reveal how tissue-specific distribution patterns are established in developing wheat grains
Rodríguez-Celma, J., Connorton, J. M., Kruse, I., Green, R., Franceschetti, M., Chen, Y.-T., Cui, Y., Ling, H.-Q., Yeh, K.-C. & Balk, J. (2019). Arabidopsis BRUTUS-LIKE E3 ligases negatively regulate iron uptake by targeting transcription factor FIT for recycling
Connorton, J. M. & Balk, J (2019). Iron biofortification of staple crops: lessons and challenges in plant genetics
Balk, J., Connorton, J. M., Wan, Y., Lovegrove, A., Moore, K., Uauy, C., Sharp, P. & Shewry, P. R. (2019). Improving wheat as a source of iron and zinc for global nutrition
Connorton, J. M., Jones, E. R., Rodríguez-Ramiro, I., Fairweather-Tait, S., Uauy, C. & Balk, J. (2017). Wheat Vacuolar Iron Transporter TaVIT2 transports Fe and Mn and is effective for biofortification
Connorton, J. M., Balk, J. & Rodríguez-Celma, J. (2017). Iron homeostasis in plants
Borrill, P., Connorton, J. M., Balk, J., Miller, A. J., Sanders, D. & Uauy, C. (2014). Biofortification of wheat grain with iron and zinc: integrating novel genomic resources and knowledge from model crops
Connorton, J. M., Webster, R. E., Cheng, N. & Pittman, J. K. (2012). Knockout of multiple Arabidopsis cation/H+ exchangers suggests isoform-specific roles in metal stress response, germination and seed mineral nutrition
Connorton, J. M., Hirschi, K. D. & Pittman, J. K. (2011). Mechanisms and evolution of calcium transport across the plant plasma membrane
Zhao, J., Connorton, J. M., Guo, Y., Shigaki, T., Hirschi, K.D. & Pittman, J. K. (2009). Functional studies of split Arabidopsis Ca2+/H+ exchangers
Edmond, C., Shigaki, T., Ewert, S., Nelson, M. D., Connorton, J. M., Chalova, V., Noordally, Z. & Pittman, J. K. (2009). Comparative analysis of CAX2-like cation transporters indicates functional and regulatory diversity