Sarah M. Assmann - Publication List
  1. Zhu M, Zhang T, Ji W, Silva-Sanchez C, Song W, Assmann SM, Harmon AC, Chen S. 2017
    Redox regulation of a guard cell SNF1-related protein kinase in Brassica napus, an oilseed crop.
    Biochemical Journal, PMID 28642254.
  2. Ritchey LE, Su Z, Tang Y, Tack DC, Assmann SM, Bevilacqua PC. 2017
    Structure-seq2: sensitive and accurate genome-wide profiling of RNA structure in vivo.
    Nucleic Acids Research, PMID 28637286.
  3. Bevilacqua PC, Ritchey L, Su Z, Assmann SM. 2016
    Genome-wide analysis of RNA secondary structure.
    Annu. Rev. Genetics, PMID 27648642.
  4. Leamy KA, Assmann SM, Mathews DH, Bevilacqua, PC. 2016
    Bridging the gap between in vitro and in vivo RNA folding.
    Quart. Rev. Biology, 49:e10.168. PMID 27658939.
  5. Assmann SM, Jegla T. 2016.
    Guard cell sensory systems: recent insights on stomatal reponses to light, abscisic acid, and CO2.
    Curr Opin Plant Biol. 33: 157-167. PMID 27518594
  6. Ferrero-Serrano Á, Assmann SM 2016.
    The α-subunit of the rice heterotrimeric G protein, RGA1, regulates drought tolerance during the vegetative phase in the dwarf rice mutant d1.
    J. Exp. Bot. 67: 3433-3443. PMID 27194741
  7. Zhu M, Monroe JG, Suhail Y, Villiers F, Mullen J, Pater D, Hauser F, Jeon BW, Bader JS, Kwak JM, Schroeder JI, McKay JJ, Assmann SM. 2016.
    Molecular and systems approaches towards drought-tolerant canola crops.
    New Phytol., 210: 1169-1189.
  8. Provart NJ, Alonso J, Assmann SM, Bergmann D, Brady SM, Brkljacic J, Browse J, Chapple C, Colot V, Cutler S, Dangl J, Ehrhardt D, Friesner JD, Frommer WB, Grotewold E, Meyerowitz E, Nemhauser J, Nordborg M, Pikaard C, Shanklin J, Somerville C, Stitt M, Torii KU, Waese J, Wagner D, McCourt P. 2016.
    50 years of Arabidopsis research: highlights and future directions.
    New Phytol. 2016 Feb;209:921-944. doi: 10.1111/nph.13687. PMID: 26465351
  9. Yu Y, Assmann SM. 2016
    The effect of NaCl on stomatal opening in Arabidopsis wild type and agb1 heterotrimeric G-protein mutant plants.
    Plant Signal Behav. 11(2):e1085275. PMID: 26431457
  10. Tang Y, Assmann SM, Bevilacqua PC. 2016
    Protein structure is related to RNA structural reactivity in vivo.
    J. Mol. Biol., pii: S0022-2836(15)00655-5. doi: 10.1016/j.jmb.2015.11.012.
  11. Zhu M, Jeon BW, Geng S, Yu Y, Balmant K, Chen S, Assmann SM, 2015
    Preparation of epidermal peels and guard cell protoplasts for cellular, electrophysiological, and –omics assays of guard cell function.
    Methods Mol Biol. 1363:89-121. doi: 10.1007/978-1-4939-3115-6_9.
  12. Ding Y, Kwok CK, Tang Y, Bevilacqua PC, Assmann, SM 2015.
    Genome-wide profiling of in vivo RNA structure at single-nucleotide resolution using structure-seq.
    Nat. Protoc. 10: 1050-1066. doi: 10.1038/nprot.2015.064
  13. Tang Y, Bouvier E, Kwok CK, Ding Y, Nekrutenko A, Bevilacqua PC,Assmann SM. 2015.
    StructureFold: Genome-wide RNA secondary structure mapping and reconstruction in vivo.
    Bioinformatics. Apr 16. pii: btv213.
  14. Na JK, Kim JK, Kim DY,Assmann SM.2015
    Expression of potato RNA-binding proteins StUBA2a/b and StUBA2c induces hypersensitive-like cell death and early leaf senescence in Arabidopsis.
    J Exp Bot. 66: 4023-4033. doi: 10.1093/jxb/erv207. PMID: 25944928
  15. Chakravorty D, Gookin TE, Milner MJ, Yu Y, Assmann SM. 2015.
    Extra-large G proteins expand the repertoire of subunits in Arabidopsis heterotrimeric G protein signaling.
    Plant Physiol. 169:512-529. doi: 10.1104/pp.15.00251 PMID:26157115
  16. Misra BB, Acharya BR, Granot D,Assmann SM, Chen S. 2015.
    The guard cell metabolome: functions in stomatal movement and global food security.
    Front Plant Sci. 6:334. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2015.00334. PMID: 26042131
  17. Yu Y,Assmann SM. 2015.
    The heterotrimeric G-protein β subunit, AGB1, plays multiple roles in the Arabidopsis salinity response.
    Plant Cell Environ. 38:2143-2156. doi: 10.1111/pce.12542
  18. Kwok CK, Tang Y, Assmann SM, Bevilacqua PC. 2015.
    The RNA structurome: transcriptome-wide structure probing with next-generation sequencing.
    Trends Biochem Sci. 40: 221-232. doi: 10.1016/j.tibs.2015.02.005.
  19. Kwok CK, Ding Y, Shahid S, Assmann SM, Bevilacqua PC. 2015.
    A stable RNA G-quadruplex within the 5' UTR of Arabidopsis thaliana ATR mRNA inhibits translation.
    Biochem J. 467: 91-102. doi: 10.1042/BJ20141063.
  20. Wolfensetter S, Chakravorty D, Kula R, Urano D, Trusov Y, Sheahan MB, McCurdy DW, Assmann SM, Jones AM, Botella JR. 2014.
    Evidence for an unusual transmembrane configuration of AGG3, a class C Gγ subunit of Arabidopsis
    Plant Journal. DOI: 10.1111/tpj.12732
  21. Sun Z, Jin X, Albert R, Assmann SM. 2014.
    Multi-level Modeling of Light-Induced Stomatal Opening Offers New Insights into Its Regulation by Drought.
    PLOS Comp. Biol. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1003930
  22. Zhu M, Zhu N, Song W, Harmon AC, Assmann SM, Chen S. 2014.
    Thiol-based redox proteins in abscisic acid and methyl jasmonate signaling in Brassica napus guard cells.
    Plant Journal. 78(3): 495-515
  23. Misra BB, Assmann SM, Chen S. 2014.
    Plant single-cell and single-cell-type metabolomics.
    Trends in Plant Sci. DOI: 10.1016/j.tplants.2014.05.005
  24. Gookin, T.E., Assmann, S.M. 2014.
    Significant reduction of BiFC non-specific assembly facilitates in planta assessment of heterotrimeric G-protein interactors.
    Plant J. 80: 553-567. doi: 10.1111/tpj.12639
  25. Jones AM, Xuan Y, Xu M, Wang R, Ho C, Lalonde S, You CH, Sardi MI, Parsa SA, Smith-Valle E, Su T, Frazer KA, Pilot G, Pratelli R, Grossmann G, Acharya BR, Hu H, Engineer C, Villiers F, Ju C, Takeda K, Su Z, Dong Q, Assmann SM, Chen J, Kwak JM, Schroeder JI, Albert R, Rhee SY, Frommer WB. 2014.
    Border Control-A Membrane-Linked Interactome of Arabidopsis.
    Science. 344(6185): 711-16
  26. Ding Y, Tang Y, Kwok CK, Yu Z, Bevilacqua PC, Assmann SM. 2014.
    In vivo genome-wide profiling of RNA secondary structure reveals novel regulatory features.
    Nature. 505: 696-700
  27. Kwok CK, Ding Y, Tang Y, Assmann SM, Bevilacqua PC. 2013.
    Determination of in vivo RNA structure in low-abundance transcripts.
    Nature Comm. Vol. 4 Ac. 2971
  28. Jin X, Wang RS, Zhu M, Jeon BW, Albert R, Chen S, Assmann SM. 2013.
    Abscisic Acid-Responsive Guard Cell Metabolomes of Arabidopsis Wild-Type and gpa1 G-Protein Mutants.
    Plant Cell. 25(12): 4789 -811
  29. Su Z, Ma X, Guo H, Sukiran NL, Guo B, Assmann SM, Ma H. 2013.
    Flower Development under Drought Stress: Morphological and Transcriptomic Analyses Reveal Acute Responses and Long-Term Acclimation in Arabidopsis.
    Plant Cell. 25(10): 3785 -807
  30. Acharya BR, Jeon JW, Zhang W, Assmann SM. 2013.
    Open Stomata 1 (OST1) is limiting in abscisic acid responses of Arabidopsis guard cells.
    New Phytologist. 200(4): 1049-1063
  31. Kwok CK, Ding Y, Sherlock ME, Assmann SM, Bevilacqua PC. 2013.
    A hybridization-based approach for quantitative and low-bias single-stranded DNA ligation.
    Analy. Biochem. 435(2): 181-86
  32. Assmann, SM. 2013.
    Natural Variation in Abiotic Stress and Climate Change Responses in Arabidopsis: Implications for Twenty-First-Century Agriculture.
    Int, Journ. of Plant Sciences. 174(1) : 3-26
  33. Li S, Pandey S, Gookin TE, Zhao Z, Wilson L, Assmann SM. 2012.
    Gene-Sharing Networks Reveal Organizing Principles of Transcriptomes in Arabidopsis and Other Multicellular Organisms.
    Plant Cell. 24(4): 1362-78
  34. Heo JB, Sung S, Assmann SM. 2012.
    A Ca2+-dependent GTPase, Extra-large G Protein 2 (XLG2), Promotes Activation of DNA-binding Protein Related to Vernalization 1 (RTV1), Leading to Activation of Floral Integrator Genes and Early Flowering in Arabidopsis.
    J. Bio. Chem. 287: 8242 -53
  35. Mullen MA, Assmann SM, Bevilacqua PC. 2012.
    Toward a Digital Gene Response: RNA G-Quadraplexes with Fewer Quartets Fold with Higher Cooperativity.
    J. AM. Chem. Soc. 134(2): 812 -15.
  36. Zhao Z, Assmann SM. 2011.
    The glycolytic enzyme, phosphoglycerate mutase, has critical roles in stomotal movement, vegetative growth, and pollen production in Arabidopsis thaliana.
    J. Exp. Bot. 62 (14): 5179 -89.
  37. Chakravorty D, Trusov Y, Zhang W, Acharya BR, Sheahan MB, McCurdy DW, Assmann SM, Botella JR. 2011.
    An atypical heterotrimeric G protein γ subunit is involved in guard cell K(+) channel regulation and morphological development in Arabidopsis thaliana.
    Plant J. 67: 840-851. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-313X.2011.04638.x.
  38. Wang RS, Pandey S, Li S, Gookin TE, Zhao Z, Albert R, Assmann SM. 2011.
    Common and unique elements of the ABA-regulated transcriptome of Arabidopsis guard cells.
    BMC Genomics. 12(1):216.
  39. Zhang W, Jeon BW, Assmann SM. 2011.
    Heterotrimeric G-protein regulation of ROS signalling and calcium currents in Arabidopsis guard cells.
    J Exp Bot. 62(7):2371-9.
  40. Pandey S, Wang RS, Wilson L, Li S, Zhao Z, Gookin TE, Assmann SM, Albert R. 2010.
    Boolean modeling of transcriptome data reveals novel modes of heterotrimeric G-protein action.
    Mol Syst Biol. 6:372.
  41. Lalonde S, Sero A, Pratelli R, Pilot G, Chen J, Sardi MI, Parsa SA, Kim DY, Acharya BR, Stein EV, Hu HC, Villiers F, Takeda K, Yang Y, Han YS, Schwacke R, Chiang W, Kato N, Loque D, Assmann SM, Kwak JM, Schroeder JI, Rhee SY, Frommer WB. 2010.
    A membrane protein/signaling protein interaction network for Arabidopsis version AMPv2.
    Front Physiol. 1:24.
  42. Mullen MA, Olson KJ, Dallaire P, Major F, Assmann SM, Bevilacqua PC. 2011.
    RNA G-Quadruplexes in the model plant species Arabidopsis thaliana: prevalence and possible functional roles.
    Nucleic Acids Res. 38(22):8149-63.
  43. Nilson SE, Assmann SM. 2010.
    The alpha-subunit of the Arabidopsis heterotrimeric G protein, GPA1, is a regulator of transpiration efficiency.
    Plant Physiol. 152(4):2067-77.
  44. Nilson SE, Assmann SM. 2010.
    Heterotrimeric G proteins regulate reproductive trait plasticity in response to water availability.
    New Phytol. 185(3):734-46.
  45. Zhao Z, Stanley BA, Zhang W, Assmann SM. 2010.
    ABA-regulated G protein signaling in Arabidopsis guard cells: a proteomic perspective.
    J Proteome Res. 9(4):1637-47.
  46. Kang J, Hwang JU, Lee M, Kim YY, Assmann SM, Martinoia E, Lee Y. 2010.
    PDR-type ABC transporter mediates cellular uptake of the phytohormone abscisic acid.
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 107(5):2355-60.
  47. Assmann SM. 2010.
    Hope for Humpty Dumpty: systems biology of cellular signaling.
    Plant Physiol. 152(2):470-9.
  48. Assmann, S.M. 2010.
    Solute Transport
    In. L. Taiz and E. Zeiger, eds. Plant Physiology. Sinauer Associates: Sunderland, MA, 5th edition, pp. 131-162.
  49. Assmann, S.M. and Romano, L.A. 2010.
    Essential Ion Channels.
    Ed. P.M. Conn. Elsevier.
  50. Gilliland, L.U. and Assmann, S.M. 2010.
    Guard cells.
    In McGraw Hill Yearbook of Science and Technology. McGraw Hill, pp. 169-171.
  51. Speth, E.B., Melotto, M., Zhang, W., Assmann, S.M., and He, S.Y. 2009.
    Crosstalk in pathogen and hormonal regulation of guard cell signaling.
    In K. Shinozaki, ed. Signal Crosstalk in Plant Stress Responses. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing. pp. 96-112.
  52. Ding, L., Gookin, T.E., and Assmann, S.M. 2009.
    Unconventional GTP-binding proteins in plants.
    In Yalovsky, S. ed. Integrated G protein Signaling in Plants. Springer. pp. 279-304.
  53. Li, S., and Assmann, S.M. 2009.
    Genetic determinants of stomatal function.
    In Genes for Plant Abiotic Stress, In Jenks, M. and Wood, A. eds. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing. pp. 5-34.
  54. Albert, R. and Assmann, S.M. 2009.
    Overview of Systems Biology.
    In Plant Systems Biology, ed. G. Coruzzi, Oxford: Blackwell Scientific. pp. 41-66.
  55. Assmann SM, Albert R. 2009.
    Discrete dynamic modeling with asynchronous update, or how to model complex systems in the absence of quantitative information.
    Methods Mol Biol. 553:207-25. Review.
  56. Zhu H, Li GJ, Ding L, Cui X, Berg H, Assmann SM, Xia Y. 2009.
    Arabidopsis extra large G-protein 2 (XLG2) interacts with the Gbeta subunit of heterotrimeric G protein and functions in disease resistance.
    Mol Plant. 2(3):513-25.
  57. Pandey S, Nelson DC, Assmann SM. 2009.
    Two novel GPCR-type G proteins are abscisic acid receptors in Arabidopsis.
    Cell. 136(1):136-48.
  58. Zhao Z, Zhang W, Stanley BA, Assmann SM. 2008.
    Functional proteomics of Arabidopsis thaliana guard cells uncovers new stomatal signaling pathways.
    Plant Cell. 20(12):3210-26.
  59. Zhang W, He SY, Assmann SM. 2008.
    The plant innate immunity response in stomatal guard cells invokes G-protein-dependent ion channel regulation.
    Plant J. 56(6):984-96.
  60. Fan LM, Zhang W, Chen JG, Taylor JP, Jones AM, Assmann SM. 2008.
    Abscisic acid regulation of guard-cell K+ and anion channels in Gbeta- and RGS-deficient Arabidopsis lines.
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 105(24):8476-81.
  61. Wang S, Assmann SM, Fedoroff NV. 2008.
    Characterization of the Arabidopsis heterotrimeric G protein.
    J Biol Chem. 283(20):13913-22.
  62. Gookin TE, Kim J, Assmann SM. 2008.
    Whole proteome identification of plant candidate G-protein coupled receptors in Arabidopsis, rice, and poplar: computational prediction and in-vivo protein coupling.
    Genome Biol. 9(7):R120.
  63. Trusov Y, Zhang W, Assmann SM, Botella JR. 2008.
    Ggamma1 + Ggamma2 not equal to Gbeta: heterotrimeric G protein Ggamma-deficient mutants do not recapitulate all phenotypes of Gbeta-deficient mutants.
    Plant Physiol. 147(2):636-49.
  64. Pandey S, Monshausen GB, Ding L, Assmann SM. 2008. R
    Regulation of root-wave response by extra large and conventional G proteins in Arabidopsis thaliana.
    Plant J. 55(2):311-22.
  65. Ding L, Pandey S, Assmann SM. 2008.
    Arabidopsis extra-large G proteins (XLGs) regulate root morphogenesis.
    Plant J. 53(2):248-63.
  66. Kim CY, Bove J, Assmann SM. 2008.
    Overexpression of wound-responsive RNA-binding proteins induces leaf senescence and hypersensitive-like cell death.
    New Phytol. 180(1):57-70.
  67. Bove J, Kim CY, Gibson CA, Assmann SM. 2008.
    Characterization of wound-responsive RNA-binding proteins and their splice variants in Arabidopsis.
    Plant Mol Biol. 67(1-2):71-88.
  68. Zhang W, Nilson SE, Assmann SM. 2008.
    Isolation and whole-cell patch clamping of Arabidopsis guard cell protoplasts.
    CSH Protoc. 10.1101/pdb.prot5014.
  69. Acharya, B.R., and Assmann, S.M. 2008.
    Hormone interactions in stomatal function.
    Plant Mol. Biol., DOI 10.1007/s11103-008-9427-0.
  70. Ding, L., Chen, J-G., Jones, A.M., Assmann, S.M. 2008.
    Heterotrimeric G-Protein-Coupled Signaling in Higher Plants. In Intracellular Signaling in Plants
    Annual Plant Reviews, Vol. 33. ed. Z. Yang, Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell. pp. 30-63.
  71. Pandey S, Zhang W, Assmann SM. 2007.
    Roles of ion channels and transporters in guard cell signal transduction.
    FEBS Lett. 581(12):2325-36.Review.
  72. Ding, L., Fan, L-M., and Assmann, S.M. 2007.
    pgd1, an Arabidopsis thaliana deletion mutant, is defective in pollen germination.
    Sex. Plant Repro. 20: 137-149.
  73. Nilson SE, Assmann SM. 2007.
    The control of transpiration. Insights from Arabidopsis.
    Plant Physiol. 143(1):19-27. Review.
  74. Shimazaki K, Doi M, Assmann SM, Kinoshita T. 2007.
    Light regulation of stomatal movement.
    Annu Rev Plant Biol. 58:219-47. Review.
  75. Li S, Assmann SM, Albert R. 2006.
    Predicting essential components of signal transduction networks: a dynamic model of guard cell abscisic acid signaling.
    PLoS Biol. 4(10):e312.
  76. Assmann, S.M. 2006.
    Solute Transport.
    L. Taiz and E. Zeiger, eds. Plant Physiology. Sinauer Associates: Sunderland, MA, pp. 95-122, 4th edition.
  77. Pandey, S., Chen, J.G., Jones, A.M., Assmann, S.M. 2006.
    G-protein complex mutants are hypersensitive to ABA-regulation of germination and post-germination development.
    Plant Physiol. 141:243-256
  78. Haubrick, L.L., Torsethaugen, G., Assmann, S.M. 2006.
    Effect of brassinolide, alone and in concert with abscisic acid, on control of stomatal aperture and potassium currents of Vicia faba guard cell protoplasts.
    Physiol. Plant., 128: 134-143.
  79. Haubrick, L.L., Assmann, S.M. 2006.
    Brassinosteroids and plant function: some clues, more puzzles.
    Plant, Cell & Environ. 29: 446-457.
  80. Assmann, S.M. 2005.
    G proteins go green: A plant G protein signaling FAQsheet.
    Science. 310: 71-73.
  81. Assmann, S.M. 2005.
    G protein signaling in the regulation of Arabidopsis seed germination.
    Science. Signal Transduction Knowledge Environment Connections Map. 308:cm11
  82. Assmann, S.M. 2005.
    G protein signaling in the regulation of rice seed germination.
    Science. Signal Transduction Knowledge Environment Connections Map. 310:cm12
  83. Assmann, S.M. 2005.
    G protein regulation of disease resistance during infection of rice with rice blast fungus.
    Science. Signal Transduction Knowledge Environment Connections Map. 310:cm13
  84. Coursol S, Le Stunff H, Lynch DV, Gilroy S, Assmann SM, Spiegel S. 2005
    Arabidopsis sphingosine kinase and the effects of phytosphingosine-1-phosphate on stomatal aperture.
    Plant Physiol. 137: 724-737.
  85. Assmann, S.M. 2005.
    Abscisic acid signal transduction in stomatal responses.
    In Davies, P.J. ed. Plant Hormones: Biosynthesis, Signal Transduction, Action. London: Kluwer, pp. 391-412.
  86. Assmann SM. 2004.
    Plant G proteins, phytohormones, and plasticity: three questions and a speculation.
    Sci STKE. Dec 21;2004(264):re20.
  87. Perfus-Barbeoch L, Jones AM, Assmann SM. 2004.
    Plant heterotrimeric G protein function: insights from Arabidopsis and rice mutants.
    Curr Opin Plant Biol. 7: 719-731.
  88. Fan LM, Zhao Z, Assmann SM. 2004.
    Guard cells: a dynamic signaling model.
    Curr Opin Plant Biol.7: 537-546.
  89. Jones, A.M., and Assmann, S.M. 2004.
    Plants: the latest model system for G-protein research.
    EMBO Rep. 5: 572-578.
  90. Chen JG, Pandey S, Huang J, Alonso JM, Ecker JR, Assmann SM, Jones AM. 2004.
    GCR1 can act independently of heterotrimeric G-protein in response to brassinosteroids and gibberellins in Arabidopsis seed germination.
    Plant Physiol. 2004 135: 907-915.
  91. Pandey, S., and Assmann, S.M. 2004.
    The Arabidopsis putative G protein-coupled receptor GCR1 interacts with the G protein α subunit GPA1 and regulates abscisic acid signaling.
    Plant Cell 16:1616-1632.
  92. Ng, C.K-Y., Kinoshita, T., Pandey, S., Shimazaki, K-I., and Assmann, S.M. 2004.
    Abscisic acid induces rapid subnuclear reorganization in guard cells.
    Plant Physiol. 134: 1327-1331.
  93. Coursol, S., Fan, L, Le Stunff, H., Spiegel, S., Gilroy, S. and Assmann, S.M. 2003.
    Sphingolipid signalling in Arabidopsis guard cells involves heterotrimeric G proteins. Nature, 423: 651-654.
  94. Assmann, S.M. 2003.
    OPEN STOMATA1 opens the door to ABA signaling in Arabidopsis guard cells.
    Tr. Plant Sci., 8: 151-153.
  95. Li, J., Kinoshita, K., Pandey, S., Ng, C K-Y., Gygi, S.P., Shimazaki, K-I., and Assmann, S.M. 2002.
    Modulation of an RNA-binding protein by abscisic-acid-activated kinase.
    Nature, 418: 793-797.
  96. Assmann, S.M. 2002.
    Heterotrimeric and unconventional GTP binding proteins in plant cell signaling.
    Plant Cell 14: S355-S377.
  97. Pandey, S., Wang, X-Q., Coursol, S.A., and Assmann, S.M. 2002.
    Preparation and applications of Arabidopsis thaliana guard cell protoplasts.
    New Phytol., 153: 517-526.
  98. Assmann, S.M., and Wang, X.Q. 2001.
    From milliseconds to millions of years: guard cells and environmental responses.
    Curr. Opin. Plant Biol. 4: 421-428.
  99. Wang, X-Q., Ullah, H., Jones, A.M., and Assmann, S.M. 2001.
    G protein regulation of ion channels andabscisic acid signaling in Arabidopsis guard cells.
    Science, 292: 2070-2072.
  100. Taylor, A.R., and Assmann, S.M. 2001.
    Apparent absence of a redox requirment for blue light activation of pump current in broad bean guard cells.
    Plant Physiol. 125: 329-338.
  101. Sutton, F., Paul, S.S., Wang, X.Q., and Assmann, S.M. 2000.
    Distinct abscisic acid signaling pathways for modulation of guard cell versus mesophyll cell K+ channels revealed by expression studies in Xenopuslaevis oocytes.
    Plant Physiol. 124: 223-230.
  102. Assmann, S.M., Snyder, J.A., and Lee, Y-R. J. 2000. A
    ABA-deficient (aba1) and ABA-insensitive (abi1-1, abi2-1) mutants of Arabidopsis have a wild-type stomatal response to humidity.
    Plant, Cell & Environ.23: 387-395.
  103. Assmann, S.M. 2000.
    From proton pump to proteome: 25 years of research on ion transport in higher plants.
    Plant Physiol., 125: 139-141.
  104. Miedema, H., Romano, L.A., and Assmann S.M. 2000.
    Kinetic analysis of the K+ -selective outward rectifier in Arabidopsis mesophyll cells.
    Plant Cell Physiol. 41: 209-217.
  105. Li, J., and Assmann, S.M. 2000.
    Regulation of guard cell function by phosphorylation and dephosphorylation events. J. A. Walker, ed. Phosphorylation in Plant Function,
    Annal. Bot., pp. 459-479.
  106. Li, J., and Assmann, S.M. 2000.
    Mass spectrometry: an essential tool in proteome analysis.
    Plant Physiol. 123: 807-809.
  107. Li, J., Wang, X-Q, Watson, M.B. and Assmann, S.M. 2000.
    Regulation of abscisic acid-inducedstomatal closure and anion channels by guard cell AAPK kinase.
    Science, 287: 300-303.
  108. Romano, L.A., Jacob, T., Gilroy, S., and Assmann, S.M. 2000. I
    Increases in cytosolic Ca2+ are not required for ABA-inhibition of inward K+ currents in guard cells of Vicia faba L. Planta, 211: 209-217.
  109. Torsethaugen, G., Pell, E.J., and Assmann, S.M. 1999.
    Ozone inhibits guard cell K+ channels implicated in stomatal opening. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 96: 13577-13582.
  110. Jacob, T., Ritchie, S., Assmann, S.M., and Gilroy, S. 1999.
    Abscisic acid signal transduction in guard cells is mediated by phospholipase D activity.
    Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 96: 12192-12197.
  111. Lee, Y.R. and Assmann, S.M. 1999.
    Arabidopsis thaliana 'extra-large GTP-binding protein' (AtXLG1): a new class of G-protein.
    Plant Mol. Biol., 40: 55-64.
  112. Miedema, H., Henriksen, G.H., and Assmann, S.M. 1999.
    A laser-assisted microsurgical method of cell wall removal allows detection of large-conductance ion channels in the guard cell plasma membrane.
    Protoplasma, 209: 58-67.
  113. Assmann, S.M. 1999.
    The cellular basis of guard cell sensing of rising CO2. Plant, Cell & Environ., 629-637.
  114. Talbott, L.D., Assmann, S.M., and Zeiger, E. 1999.
    Potassium and sucrose in guard cellosmoregulation. In D. Oosterhuis and G. Berkowitz, eds. Frontiers in Potassium Nutrition: New Perspectives on the Effects of Potassium on Crop Plant Physiology. American Society of Agronomy, pp. 53-62.
  115. Assmann, S.M., and Armstrong, F.A. 1999.
    Hormonal regulation of ion transporters: the guard cell system. In P.J.J. Hooykass, ed. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Plant Hormones. Elsevier, pp. 337-361.
  116. Assmann, S.M. and Shimazaki, K-I. 1999.
    The multisensory guard cell: stomatal responses to blue light and ABA.
    Plant Physiol., 1189: 809-816.
  117. Assmann, S.M., and Romano, L.A., 1999. S
    Secondary messenger regulation of ion channels/plant patch clamping. In E. Conn, ed.
    Ion Channels, Methods in Enzymology, 294: 410-441.
  118. Romano, L.A., Miedema, H., and Assmann, S.M. 1998.
    Ca2+-permeable, outwardly-rectifying K+ channels in mesophyll cells of Arabidopsis thaliana.
    Plant Cell Physiol. 39: 1133-1144.
  119. Miedema, H., and Assmann, S.M. 1998.
    The calculation of intracellular ion concentrations and membrane potential from cell-attached and excised patch measurements: cytosolic K+ concentration and membrane potential in Vicia faba guard cells.
    J. Membr. Biol. 166: 101-110.
  120. Wang, X.Q., Wu, W.H., and Assmann, S.M. 1998.
    Differential responses of abaxial and adaxial guard cells of broad bean to abscisic acid and calcium.
    Plant Physiol. 118: 1421-1429.
  121. Assmann, S.M., and Baskin, T.I. 1998.
    The function of guard cells does not require an intact array of cortical microtubules.
    J. Exp. Bot. 49: 163-170.
  122. Li, J., Lee, Y.R, and Assmann, S.M. 1998.
    Guard cells possess a CDPK that phosphorylates the KAT1 K+ channel.
    Plant Physiol., 116: 785-795.
  123. Henriksen, G.H., and Assmann, S.M. 1997.
    Laser-assisted patch clamping: a methodology.
    PflugersArch. Eur. J. Physiol. 433: 832-841.
  124. Maathuis, F.J.M, Taylor, A.R., Assmann, S.M., and Sanders, D. 1997
    Seal promoting pipette solutions and pipette perfusion for patch clamping plant cells.
    Plant J. 11: 891-896.
  125. Li, J., and Assmann, S.M. 1996.
    An abscisic acid-activated and calcium-independent protein kinasefrom guard cells of fava bean (Vicia faba L.).
    Plant Cell. 8: 2359-2368.
  126. Miedema, H., and Assmann, S.M. 1996.
    A membrane-delimited effect of internal pH on the K+ outward rectifier of Vicia faba guard cells.
    J. Membr. Biol., 154: 227-237.
  127. Henriksen, G.H., Taylor, A., Brownlee, C., and Assmann, S.M. 1996.
    Laser microsurgery of higher plant cell walls permits patch clamp access.
    Plant Physiol., 110: 1063-1068 (featured cover article).
  128. Lee, Y., Choi, Y.B., Suh, S., Lee, J., Assmann, S.M., Joe, C.O., Kelleher, J.F., and Crain, R.C. 1996.
    Abscisic acid-induced phosphoinositide turnover in guard cell protoplasts of Vicia faba.
    Plant Physiol., 110:987-996.
  129. Assmann, S.M. 1996.
    'G-protein regulation of plant K+ channels.' In D.P.S. Verma, ed.
    Signal Transduction in Plant Development. Wien: Springer, pp. 39-61.
  130. Assmann, S.M. 1996.
    Guard cell G-proteins.
    Tr. Plant Sci. 1: 73-74.
  131. Assmann, S.M., and Haubrick, L.L. 1996.
    Transport proteins of the plant plasma membrane.
    Curr.Opin. Cell Biol. 8: 458-467.
  132. Schwartz, A., Ilan, N., Schwarz, M., Scheaffer, J., Assmann, S.M., and Schroeder, J.I. 1995.
    Anion channel blockers inhibit S-type anion channels and ABA responses in guard cells.
    Plant Physiol., 109: 651-658.
  133. Briskin, D.P., Basu, S., and Assmann, S.M. 1995.
    Characterization of the red beet plasma membrane H+-ATPase reconstituted in a planar lipid bilayer system.
    Plant Physiol., 108: 393-398.
  134. Wu, W.H., and Assmann, S.M. 1995.
    Is ATP required for K+ channel activation in Vicia guard cells?
    Plant Physiol., 107: 101-109.
  135. Assmann, S.M. 1995.
    Electrifying symbiosis.
    Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 92: 1795-1796.
  136. Assmann, S.M. 1995.
    Cyclic AMP as a second messenger in higher plants: status and future prospects.
    Plant Physiol. 108: 885-889.
  137. Ling, V., Snedden, W.A., Shelp, B.J., and Assmann, S.M. 1994.
    Analysis of a soluble calmodulin-binding protein from fava bean roots: Identification as glutamate decarboxylase as a calmodulin-activated enzyme.
    Plant Cell., 6: 1135-1143.
  138. Wu, W.H. and Assmann, S.M. 1994.
    A membrane-delimited pathway of G-protein regulation of the guard cell inward K+ channel.
    Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA., 91: 6310-6314.
  139. Li, W., Luan, S., Schreiber, S.L., and Assmann, S.M. 1994.
    Cyclic AMP stimulates K+ channel activity in mesophyll cells of Vicia faba L.
    Plant Physiol., 106: 957-970.
  140. Li, W., Luan, S., Schreiber, S.L., and Assmann, S.M. 1994.
    Evidence for protein phosphatase 1 and 2A regulation of K+ channels in two types of leaf cells.
    Plant Physiol., 106: 963-970.
  141. Assmann, S.M. 1994.
    Ins and outs of guard cell ABA receptors.
    Plant Cell 6: 1187-1190.
  142. Schwartz, A., Wu, W.H., Tucker, E.B., and Assmann, S.M. 1994.
    Inhibition of inward K+ channels and stomatal response by abscisic acid: an intracellular locus of phytohormone action. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 91: 4019-4023.
  143. Assmann, S.M., and Wu, W. 1994.
    Inhibition of guard-cell inward K+ channels by abscisic acid: Links and gaps in the signal transduction chain.
    Symp. Soc. Exp. Biol. 48: 193-202.
  144. Wu, W., and Assmann, S.M. 1993. P
    hotosynthesis by guard cell protoplasts of Vicia faba L.: Effects of factors associated with stomatal movement.
    Plant & Cell Physiol. 34: 1015-1022.
  145. Gorton, H.L., Williams, W.E., and Assmann, S.M. 1993
    Circadian rhythms in stomatal responsiveness to red and blue light.
    Plant Physiol. 103: 399-406.
  146. Luan, S., Li, W., Rusnak, F., Assmann, S.M., and Schreiber, S.L. 1993.
    Immunosuppressants implicate protein phosphatase regulation of K+ channels in guard cells.
    Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 90: 2202-2206.
  147. Li, W. and Assmann, S.M. 1993.
    Characterization of a G-protein regulated outward K+ current inmesophyll cells of Vicia faba L.
    Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 90: 262-266.
  148. Fairley-Grenot, K.A. and Assmann, S.M. 1993.
    Comparison of K+ channel activation and deactivation in guard cells from a dicotyledon (Vicia faba) and a graminaceous monocot (Zea mays).
    Planta 189: 410-419.
  149. Assmann, S.M. 1993.
    Signal transduction in guard cells.
    Annu Rev. Cell Biol. 9: 345-375.
  150. Kearns, E., and Assmann, S.M. 1993.
    The guard cell-environment connection.
    Plant Physiol. 102: 711-715.
  151. Assmann, S.M. 1992.
    Effects of light quantity and quality during development on the morphology andstomatal physiology of Commelina communis.
    Oecologia92: 188-195.
  152. Assmann, S.M., Lee, D.M., and Malkus, P. 1992.
    Rapid stomatal response to red light in Zea mays.
    Photochem. Photobiol. 56: 685-689.
  153. Ling, V. and Assmann, S.M. 1992.
    Cellular distribution of calmodulin and calmodulin-binding proteins inVicia faba L.
    Plant Physiol. 100: 970-978.
  154. Fairley-Grenot, K.A. and Assmann, S.M. 1992.
    Permeation of Ca2+ through K+-selective channels in the plasma membrane of Vicia faba guard cells.
    J. Membr. Biol. 128: 103-113.
  155. Lee, D.M. and Assmann, S.M. 1992.
    Stomatal responses to light in the facultative Crassulacean acid metabolism species, Portulacaria afra.
    Physiol. Plant. 85: 35-42.
  156. Assmann, S.M. and Schwartz, A. 1992.
    Synergistic effect of light and fusicoccin on stomatal opening: epidermal peel and patch clamp experiments.
    Plant Physiol. 98: 1349-1355.
  157. Fairley-Grenot, K.A. and Assmann, S.M. 1992.
    Whole-cell K+ current across the plasma membrane of guard cells from a grass: Zea mays.
    Planta186: 282-293.
  158. Fairley-Grenot, K.A. and Assmann, S.M. 1991.
    Evidence for G-protein regulation of inward K+ channel current in guard cells of fava bean.
    Plant Cell 3: 1037-1044.
  159. Grantz, D.A. and Assmann, S.M. 1991. S
    Stomatal response to blue light: water use efficiency in sugarcane and soybean.
    Plant, Cell Environ. 14: 683-690.
  160. Assmann, S.M. and Gershenson, A. 1991.
    The kinetics of stomatal responses to VPD in Vicia faba: electrophysiological and water relations models.
    Plant, Cell Environ. 14: 455-465.
  161. Lee, Y. and Assmann, S.M. 1991.
    Diacylglycerols induce both ion pumping in patch-clamped guard cell protoplasts and opening of intact stomata.
    Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 88: 2127-2131.
  162. Schwartz, A., Illan, N., and Assmann, S.M. 1991.
    Vanadate inhibition of stomatal opening in epidermal peels of Commelina communis: Cl- interferes with vanadate uptake.
    Planta 183: 590-596.
  163. Karlsson, P.E. and Assmann, S.M. 1990.
    Rapid and specific modulation of stomatal conductance by blue light in ivy (Hedera helix): an approach to assess the stomatal limitation of carbon assimilation.
    Plant Physiol. 94: 440-447.
  164. Assmann, S.M. and Grantz, D.A. 1990.
    The magnitude of the stomatal response to blue light: modulation by atmospheric humidity.
    Plant Physiol. 93: 701-709.
  165. Assmann, S.M. and Grantz, D.A. 1990.
    Stomatal response to humidity in sugarcane and soybean: effect of vapour pressure difference on the kinetics of the blue light response.
    Plant, Cell Environ. 13: 163-169.
  166. Assmann, S.M. 1988.
    Enhancement of the stomatal response to blue light by red light, reduced intracellular concentrations of CO2, and low vapor pressure differences.
    Plant Physiol., 87: 226-237.
  167. Assmann, S.M. 1988.
    Stomatal and non-stomatal limitations to carbon assimilation: an evaluation of the path-dependent method.
    Plant, Cell Environ., 11: 577-582.
  168. Assmann, S.M., and Zeiger, E. 1987.
    'Guard cell bioenergetics.' In; E. Zeiger, G. Farquhar, and I. Cowan, eds. Stomatal Function. Stanford: Stanford University Press, pp. 163-194.
  169. Assmann, S.M., Simoncini, L. and Schroeder, J.I. 1985.
    Blue light activates electrogenic ion pumping in guard cell protoplasts of Vicia faba.
    Nature, 318: 285-287.
  170. Assmann, S.M. and Zeiger, E. 1985.
    Stomatal responses to carbon dioxide in Paphiopedilum and Phragmipedium: role of the guard cell chloroplast.
    Plant Physiol., 77: 461-464.
  171. Zeiger, E., Grivet, C., Assmann, S.M. Deitzer, G.F., and Hannegan, M.W. 1984.
    Stomatal limitation to carbon gain in Paphiopedilum sp. (Orchidaceae) and its reversal by blue light.
    Plant Physiol., 77: 456-460.
  172. Zeiger, E., Assmann, S.M., and Meidner, H. 1983.
    The photobiology of Paphiopedilum stomata: opening under blue but not red light.
    Photochem. Photobiol., 38: 627-630.