Core publications so far from the Bennett Lab:

Bloom and bust: understanding the nature and regulation of the end of flowering. González-Suárez P, Walker CH, Bennett T (2020). Current Opinion in Plant Biology 57, 24-30.

There and back again: An evolutionary perspective on long-distance coordination of plant growth and development. Wheeldon CD, Bennett T (2020). Seminars in Cell and Developmental Biology. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.semcdb.2020.06.011

Auxin export from proximal fruits drives arrest in temporally competent inflorescences. Ware A, Walker CH, Šimura J, González-Suárez P, Ljung K, Bishopp A, Wilson ZA, Bennett T (2020). Nature Plants 6, 699-707.

Strigolactone synthesis is ancestral in land plants, but canonical strigolactone signalling is a flowering plant innovation. Walker CH, Siu-Ting K, Taylor A, O’Connell MJ, Bennett T. (2019). BMC Biology 17, 70.

SMAX1/SMXL2 regulate root and root hair development downstream of KAI2-mediated signalling in Arabidopsis. Villaecija-Aguilar JA, Hamon-Josse M, Carbonnel S, Kretschmar A, Schmid C, Dawid C, Bennett T, Gutjahr C (2019). ­­ PLoS Genetics 15, e1008327.

A distributive ‘50% rule’ determines floral initiation rates in the Brassicaceae. Walker CH, Bennett T (2019).  Nature Plants 5, 940-943

Fellowship of the rings: a saga of strigolactones and other small signals. Machin D, Hamon-Josse M, Bennett T. (2019).  New Phytologist, doi: 10.1111/nph.16135.

Root density sensing allows pro-active modulation of shoot growth to avoid future resource limitation. Wheeldon CD, Walker CH, Bennett T (2019). .

Forbidden fruit: dominance relationships and the control of shoot architecture. Walker C, Bennett T (2018).  Annual Plant Reviews Online, Article 640

Evolution of strigolactone receptors by gradual neo-functionalization of KAI2 paralogues. Bythell-Douglas R, Rothfels CJ, Stevenson DWD, Graham SW, Wong GK, Nelson DC, Bennett T (2017).  BMC Biology 15, 52

Strigolactone signalling and evolution. Waters M, Gutjahr C, Bennett T, Nelson D. (2017).  Annual Review of Plant Biology 68, 291-322

PIN proteins and the evolution of plant development. Bennett T. (2015).  Trends in Plant Science 20, 498-507.