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Researcher: McAdam, E (Dr Erin McAdam)

Fields of Research

Plant Physiology
Horticultural Crop Improvement (Selection and Breeding)
Plant Biology

Research Objectives

Expanding Knowledge in the Environmental Sciences
Hops
Expanding Knowledge in the Biological Sciences
Environmentally Sustainable Plant Production
Rice
Horticultural Crops

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Auxin biosynthesis: are the indole-3-acetic acid and phenylacetic acid biosynthesis pathways mirror images?; Plant Physiology
Determining the site of action of strigolactones during nodulation; Plant Physiology
Does ozone increase ABA levels by non-enzymatic synthesis causing stomata to close?; Plant, Cell and Environment
Evidence that chlorinated auxin is restricted to the Fabaceae but not to the Fabeae; Plant Physiology
Evidence that indole-3-acetic acid is not synthesized via the indole-3-acetamide pathway in pea roots; Journal of Plant Growth Regulation
High-throughput genotyping of hop (Humulus lupulus L.) utilising diversity arrays technology (DArT); Theoretical and Applied Genetics
Interactions between ethylene, gibberellins, and brassinosteroids in the development of rhizobial and mycorrhizal symbioses of pea; Journal of Experimental Botany
Interactions between gibberellins and other hormones; Annual Plant Reviews - Volume 49: The Gibberellins
Linking auxin biosynthesis with photosynthetic rate via leaf venation; Plant Physiology
Linking auxin biosynthesis with photosynthetic rate via leaf venation; Plant Physiology
Quantitative genetic parameters for yield, plant growth and cone chemical traits in hop (Humulus lupulus L.); BMC Genetics
Quantitative trait loci in hop (Humulus lupulus L.) reveal complex genetic architecture underlying variation in sex, yield and cone chemistry; BMC Genomics
Technology applied to the development of new flavour hop varieties in Australia; Third International Humulus Symposium
The single evolutionary origin of chlorinated auxin provides a phylogenetically informative trait in the Fabaceae; Plant Signalling and Behavior

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision