Chunghee Lee and Steven E. Clark (2015) “A WUSCHEL-independent stem cell specification pathway is repressed by PHB, PHV and CNA in Arabidopsis,” PLoS One. 2015 10(5):e0126006.

Chunghee Lee and Steven E. Clark (2013) “Core pathways controlling meristem maintenance,” WIREs Dev Biol 2013. doi: 10.1002/wdev.110.

Lindsey A. Gish, Jennifer M. Gagne, Linqu Han, Brody J. DeYoung, Steven E. Clark (2013) “WUSCHEL-responsive At5g65480 interacts with CLAVATA components in vitro and in transient expression,” PLOS One, 2013; 8(6): e66345.

Yongfeng Guo, Jun Ni, Robert Denver, Xiaohong Wang, and Steven E. Clark (2011) “Mechanisms of molecular mimicry of plant CLE peptide ligands by the parasitic nematode Globodera rostochiensis,” Plant Physiology, 157, 476-484.

Jun Ni, Yongfeng Guo, Huiyan Jin, Jennifer Hartsell and Steven E. Clark (2011) “Characterization of a CLE processing activity,” Plant Molecular Biology, 75, 67-75.

Lindsay A. Gish and Steven E. Clark (2011) “The RLK/Pelle family of kinases,” Plant Journal, 66,117-127.

Yongfeng Guo, Linqu Han, Matthew Hymes, Robert Denver and Steven E. Clark (2010) “CLAVATA2 forms a distinct CLE-binding receptor complex regulating Arabidopsis stem cell specification,” Plant Journal, 63, 889-900.

Yongfeng Guo and Steven E. Clark (2010) “Membrane distributions of two ligand-binding receptor complexes in the CLAVATA pathway,” Plant Signaling and Behaviour, 5, 1-4.

Jennifer M. Gagne and Steven E. Clark. (2010). “” Plant Cell, 22, 729-743. PubMed

Song SK, Hofhuis H, Lee MM, Clark SE. (2008). ” Key divisions in the early Arabidopsis embryo require POL and PLL1 phosphatases to establish the root stem cell organizer and vascular axis.” Developmental Cell, 15, 98-109.PubMed

Brody J. DeYoung and Steven E. Clark. (2008). ” BAM receptors regulate stem cell specification and organ development through complex interactions with CLAVATA signaling.” Genetics, 180, 895-904.

Grethe-Elisabeth Stenvik, Nora M. Tandstad, Yongfeng Guo, Chun-Lin Shi, Wenche Kristiansen, Asbjorn Holmgren, Steven E. Clark, Reidunn B. Aalen, and Melinka A. Butenko. (2008). ” The EPIP motif of INFLORESCENCE DEFICIENT IN ABSCISSION (IDA) and IDA-LIKE proteins induces abscission in Arabidopsisand is dependent on the receptor like kinases HAESA and HAESA-LIKE 2.” Plant Cell, 20, 1805-1817.

Sang-Kee Song, Myeong M. Lee and Steven E. Clark. (2006). ” POL and PLL1 phosphatases are CLAVATA1 signaling intermediates required for Arabidopsis shoot and floral stem cells.” Development, 133, 4691-4698.

Carey L.H. Hord, Changbin Chen, Brody J. DeYoung, Steven E. Clark, and Hong Ma. (2006). ” The BAM1/BAM2 receptor-like kinases are important regulators of Arabidopsis early anther development.” Plant Cell, 18, 1667-1680.

Anne Diévart, Matthew J. Hymes, Jianming Li and Steven E. Clark. (2006). ” Brassinosteroid-independent function of BRI/CLV1 chimeric receptors.” Functional Plant Biology, 33, 1-8.

Michael J. Prigge and Steven E. Clark. (2006). ” Evolution of the class III HD-zip gene family in land plants.”Evolution and Development, 8, 350-361.

Jun Ni and Steven E. Clark. (2006). ” Evidence for functional conservation, sufficiency and proteolytic processing of the CLAVATA3 CLE domain.” Plant Physiology, 140, 1-8.

Brody J. DeYoung, Kristen L. Bickle, Katherine J. Schrage, Paul Muskett, Kanu Patel, and Steven E. Clark. (2006). ” The CLAVATA1-related BAM1, BAM2, and BAM3 receptor kinase-like proteins are required for meristem function in Arabidopsis.” Plant Journal, 45, 1-16.

Jeong, Sangho and Clark, Steven E. (2005). “Photoperiod regulates flower meristem development in Arabidopsis thaliana.” Genetics, 169, 907-915.

Prigge, Michael J., Otsuga, Denichiro., Alonso, Jose M., Ecker, Joseph R., Drews, Gary N., and Clark, Steven E. (2005). “Class III homeodomain-leucine zipper gene family members have overlapping, antagonistic, and distinct roles in Arabidopsis development.” Plant Cell, 17, 61-76.

Green, Kirsten A., Prigge, Michael J., Katzman, Rebecca B., and Clark, Steven E. (2005). “CORONA, a member of the class III homeodomain leucine zipper gene family in Arabidopsis, regulates stem cell specification and organogenesis.” Plant Cell, 17, 691-704.

A. Diévart and S. E. Clark. (2004). “LRR-containing receptors regulating plant development and defense.”Development, 131: 251-261.

A. Diévart and S. E. Clark. (2003). “Using mutant alleles to determine the structure and function of leucine-rich repeat receptor-like kinases.” Current Opinion in Plant Biology, 6: 507-16.

A. Diévart, M. Dalal, F. E. Tax, A. D. Lacey, A. Huttly, J. Li, S. E. Clark. (2003). “CLAVATA1 dominant-negative alleles reveal functional overlap between multiple receptor kinases that regulate meristem and organ development.” Plant Cell, 15: 1198-1211.

Yu, L.P., A.K. Miller and S.E. Clark. (2003). “POLTERGEIST encodes a protein phosphatase 2C that regulates CLAVATA pathways controlling stem cell identity at Arabidopsis shoot and flower meristems.” Current Biology,13: 179-188.

DeYoung, B.J. and S.E. Clark. (2001). “Signaling through the CLAVATA1 receptor complex.” Plant Molecular Biology, 46: 505-513.

Clark, S.E. (2001). “Meristems: start your signaling.” Current Opinion in Plant Biology, 4:505-513.

Clark, S.E. (2001). “Cell signalling at the shoot meristem.” Nature Reviews, 2: 276-284.

Otsuga, D., B. DeGuzman, M.J. Prigge, G.N. Drews and S.E. Clark. (2001). “REVOLUTA regulates meristem initiation at lateral positions.” Plant Journal, 25: 223-236.

Trotochaud, A.E., S. Jeong and S.E. Clark. (2000). “CLAVATA3, a multimeric ligand for the CLAVATA1 receptor kinase.” Science, 289: 613-617.

Yu, L.P., E.J. Simon and S.E. Clark. (2000). “POLTERGEIST functions to regulate meristem development downstream of the CLAVATA loci.” Development, 127: 1661-1670.

Jeong, S., A.E. Trotochaud, and S.E. Clark. (1999). “he CLAVATA2 gene encodes a receptor-like protein required for the stability of the CLAVATA1 receptor-like kinase.” Plant Cell, 11: 1925-1933.

Trotochaud, A.E., T. Hao, G. Wu, Z. Yang and S.E. Clark. (1999). “The CLAVATA1 receptor-like kinase requires CLAVATA3 for its assembly into a signaling complex that includes KAPP and a Rho-related protein.” Plant Cell,11: 393-405.

Kayes, J.M. and S.E. Clark. (1998). “CLAVATA2, a regulator of meristem and organ development in Arabidopsis.” Development, 125: 3843-3851.

Stone, J.E., A.E. Trotochaud, J.C. Walker and S.E. Clark. (1998). “Control of meristem development by CLAVATA1 receptor kinase and kinase-associated protein phosphatase interactions.” Plant Physiology, 117: 1217-1225.

Clark, S.E., R.W. Williams and E.M. Meyerowitz. (1997). “Control of shoot and floral meristem size in Arabidopsis by a putative receptor-kinase encoded by the CLAVATA1 gene.” Cell, 89: 575-585.

Clark, S.E. (1997). “Organ formation at the vegetative shoot meristem.” Plant Cell, 9:1067-1076.