Selected Publications

Singhal, R. and D.E. Fernandez (2017). Sorting of SEC translocase SCY components to different membranes in chloroplasts. J. Exp. Bot. (in press).

Li, Y., J.R. Martin, G.A. Aldama, D.E. Fernandez, and K. Cline (2017). Identification of putative substrates of Sec2, a chloroplast inner envelope translocase. Plant Physiol. 173: 2121-2137.

Li, Y., R. Singhal, I. Taylor, P. McMinn, X. Chua, K. Cline, and D.E. Fernandez (2015). The Sec2 translocase of the chloroplast inner envelope contains a unique and dedicated SECE2 component. Plant Journal 84: 647-658.

Endow, J.K., R. Singhal, D.E. Fernandez, and K. Inoue (2015). Chaperone-assisted post-translational transport of plastidic type I signal peptidase I. J. Biol. Chem. 290: 28778-28791.

Fernandez, D.E., C.-T. Wang, Y. Zheng, B.J. Adamczyk, R. Singhal, P.K. Hill, and S.E. Perry (2014). The MADS-domain factors AGAMOUS-LIKE15 and AGAMOUS-LIKE18, along with SHORT VEGETATIVE PHASE and AGAMOUS-LIKE24, are necessary to block floral gene expression during the vegetative phase. Plant Physiol. 165: 1591-1603.

Skalitzky, C.A., J.R. Martin, J.H. Harwood, J.J. Beirne, B.J. Adamczyk, G.R. Heck, K. Cline, and D.E. Fernandez (2011). Plastids contain a second Sec translocase system with essential functions. Plant Physiol. 155: 354-369.

Adamczyk, B.J., and D.E. Fernandez (2009). MIKC* MADS-domain heterodimers are required for pollen maturation and tube growth in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 149: 1713-1723.

Martin, J.R., J. H. Harwood, M.W. McCaffery, D.E. Fernandez, K.C. Cline (2009). Localization and integration of thylakoid protein translocase subunit cpTatC. Plant J. 58: 831-842.

Adamczyk, B.J., M.D. Lehti-Shiu, and D.E. Fernandez (2007). The MADS domain factors AGL15 and AGL18 act redundantly as repressors of the floral transition in Arabidopsis. Plant J. 50: 1007-1019.

Fernandez, D.E., G.R. Heck, S.E. Perry, S.E. Patterson, A.B. Bleecker, and S.-C. Fang (2000). The embryo MADS domain factor AGL15 acts post-embryonically: inhibition of perianth senescence and abscission via constitutive expression. The Plant Cell 12: 183-198.