Beuder S, Dorchak A, Bhide A, Moeller SR, Petersen BL and MacAlister CA (2020) Exocyst mutants suppress pollen tube growth and cell wall structural defects of hydroxyproline O‐arabinosyltransferase mutants. The Plant Journal doi: 10.1111/tpj.14808

Beuder S and MacAlister CA (2020) Isolation and cloning of suppressor mutants with improved pollen fertility. Methods In: Geitmann A. (eds) Pollen and Pollen Tube Biology. Methods in Molecular Biology, vol 2160. Humana, New York, NY.

MacAlister CA, Ortiz-Ramírez C, Becker J, Feijó, JA and Lippman ZB (2016) Hydroxyproline O-Arabinosyltransferase Mutants oppositely alter tip growth in Arabidopsis thaliana and Physcomitrella patens. The Plant Journal 85: 193-208.

Inflorescence development

Xu C,   Liberatore KL,  MacAlister CA, Huang Z, Chu Y-H, Jiang K, Brooks C, Ogawa-Ohnishi M, Xiong G, Pauly M, Van Eck J, Matsubayashi Y, van der Knaap E and Lippman ZB (2015) A cascade of arabinosyltransferases controls shoot meristem size in tomato. Nature Genetics: 47: 784-792.

MacAlister CA, Park SJ, Jiang K, Marcel F, Bendahmane A, Izkovich Y, Eshed Y and Lippman ZB (2012) Synchronization of the flowering transition by the tomato TERMINATING FLOWER gene. Nature Genetics 44: 1393-1398.

Stomatal development

MacAlister CA and Bergmann DC (2011) Sequence and function of basic helix-loop-helix proteins required for stomatal development in Arabidopsis are deeply conserved in land plants. Evolution & Development 13: 182-192.

Dong J, MacAlister CA and Bergmann DC (2009) Control of asymmetric cell division by the dual localized protein BASL. Cell 137: 1320-1330.

Lampard G, MacAlister CA and Bergmann DC (2008) Arabidopsis stomatal initiation is controlled by MAPK-mediated regulation of the bHLH, SPEECHLESS. Science 322: 1113-1116.

MacAlister CA, Ohashi-Ito K and Bergmann DC (2007) Transcription factor control of asymmetric cell divisions that establish the stomatal lineage. Nature 445: 537-540.