To Cite The TrichOME Database:

  • Dai, X., Wang, G., Yang, D.S., Tang, Y., Broun, P., Marks, M.D., Sumner, L.W., Dixon, R.A., and Zhao, P.X. TrichOME: a comparative omics database for plant trichomes. Plant Physiol. 2010 Jan;152(1):44-54. Epub 2009 Nov 25.

  Other Citations:

  • Wang, G., Tian, L., Aziz, N., Broun, P., Dai, X., He, J., King, A., Zhao, P.X, and Dixon, R.A. (2008) Terpene biosynthesis in glandular trichomes of hop (Humulus lupulus L.). Plant Physiology 148, 1254-1266.
  • Marks, M.D., Gilding, E., Betancur, L., Chen, F., Bauer, S., Wenger, J.P., Sommerville, C., Dixon, R.A., and Haigler, C.H. (2008) A new method for isolating large quantities of Arabidopsis trichomes for transcriptome, cell wall and other types of analyses. Plant Journal, 56, 483-492.
  • Slocombe, S.P., Schauvinhold, I., McQuinn, R.P., Besser, K., Welsby, N.A., Harper, A., Aziz, N., Li, Y., Larson, T.R., Giovannoni, J., Dixon, R.A. and Broun, P (2008) Transcriptomic and reverse genetic analyses of branched chain fatty acid and acyl sugar production in Solanum pennellii and Nicotiana benthamiana. Plant Physiology, 148, 1830-1846.
  • BeBer, K., Harper, A., Welsby, N., Schauvinhold, I., Slocombe, S., Li, Y., Dixon, R.A. and Broun, P. (2009). Divergent regulation of terpenoid metabolism in the trichomes of wild and cultivated tomato species. Plant Physiology, 149, 499-514.
  • Marks, M.D., Wenger, J., Gilding, E., Jilk, R. and Dixon, R.A. (2009) Transcriptome analysis of Arabidopsis wild-type and gl3-sst sim trichomes identifies five additional genes required for trichome development. Molecular Plant 2, 803-822.
  • Wang, G. and Dixon, R.A. (2009). Heterodimeric geranyl(geranyl)diphosphate synthase from hop (Humulus lupulus) and the evolution of monoterpene biosynthesis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 106, 9914-9919.
  • Pang, Y., Wenger, J.P., Saathoff, K., Peel, G.J., Wen, J., Huhman, D., Allen, S.N.,Tang, Y., Cheng, X., Tadege, M., Ratet, P., Mysore, K.S., Sumner, L.W., Marks, M.D. and Dixon, R.A. (2009). A WD40 repeat protein from Medicago truncatula is necessary for tissue-specific anthocyanin and proanthocyanidin biosynthesis, but not for trichome development. Plant Physiology 151, 1114-1129.
  • Dai, X., Wang, G., Yang, D.S., Tang, Y., Broun, P., Marks, M.D., Sumner, L.W., Dixon, R.A. and Zhao, P.X. (2010) TrichOME: A comparative omics database for plant trichomes. Plant Physiology 152, 44-54.
  • Kang, J-H., Shi, F., Jones, A.D., Marks, M. D. and Howe, G.A. (2010) Distortion of trichome morphology by the hairless mutation of tomato affects leaf surface chemistry. Journal of Experimental Botany 61, 1053-1064. (cover article).
  • Betancur, L., Singh, B., Rapp, R.A., Wende, J.F., Marks, M.D., Roberts A. W. and Haigler, C.H. (2010) Phylogenetically distinct cellulose synthase genes support secondary wall thickening in Arabidopsis shoot trichomes and cotton fiber. Journal of Integrative Plant Biology 52: 205-220.
  • Gilding, E.K. and Marks, M.D. (2010) Analysis of purified glabra3\shapeshifter trichomes reveals a role for NOECK in regulating early trichome morphogenic events. Plant Journal 64, 304-317.