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Researcher: Vander Schoor, JK (Mrs Jacqueline Vander Schoor)

Fields of Research

Plant physiology
Ecological impacts of climate change and ecological adaptation
Plant developmental and reproductive biology
Palaeoecology
Plant cell and molecular biology
Crop and pasture improvement (incl. selection and breeding)

Research Objectives

Grain legumes
Climate change adaptation measures (excl. ecosystem)
Expanding knowledge in the environmental sciences
Expanding knowledge in the biological sciences

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

A conserved molecular basis for photoperiod adaptation in two temperate legumes; National Academy of Sciences of The United States of America. Proceedings
DIE NEUTRALIS and LATE BLOOMER 1 Contribute to Regulation of the Pea Circadian Clock ; Plant Cell
EARLY FLOWERING3 redundancy fine-tunes photoperiod sensitivity; Plant Physiology
Elevated CO2 and warming impacts on flowering phenology in a southern Australian grassland are related to flowering time but not growth form, origin or longevity; Australian Journal of Botany
Ethylene signaling influences light-regulated development in pea; Plant Physiology
Flowering phenology in a species-rich temperate grassland is sensitive to warming but not elevated CO2; New Phytologist
Genetic and molecular analysis of two loci controlling flowering in garden pea, Pisum sativum; ComBio
Identification of LATE BLOOMER2 as a CYCLING DOF FACTOR homolog reveals conserved and divergent features of the flowering response to photoperiod in pea; Plant Cell
Identification of the short vegetative phase (SVP)-like MADS-box genes in pea (Pisum sativum L.); Plant Gene
Influence of warming on soil water potential controls seedling mortality in perennial but not annual species in a temperate grassland; New Phytologist
Light regulation of gibberellin biosynthesis in pea is mediated through the COP1/HY5 pathway; Plant Cell
Pea VEGETATIVE2 is an FD homolog that is essential for flowering and compound inflorescence development; Plant Cell
Relative humidity has dramatic impacts on leaf morphology but little effect on stomatal index or density in Nothofagus cunninghamii (Nothofagaceae); Australian Journal of Botany
Soil water potential does not affect leaf morphology or cuticular characters important for palaeo-environmental reconstructions in southern beech, Nothofagus cunninghamii (Nothofagaceae); Australian Journal of Botany
The Pea GIGAS Gene Is a FLOWERING LOCUS T Homolog Necessary for Graft-Transmissible Specification of Flowering but Not for Responsiveness to Photoperiod; The Plant Cell
Update on the genetic control of flowering in garden pea; Journal of Experimental Botany
Warming and elevated CO2 affect the relationship between seed mass, germinability and seedling growth in Austrodanthonia caespitosa, a dominant Australian grass; Global Change Biology
Warming prevents the elevated CO2-induced reduction in available soil nitrogen in a temperate, perennial grassland; Global Change Biology

Research Projects

Improving the adaption and profitability of high value pulses (chickpea and lentil) across Australian agroecological zones; Grains Research & Development Corporation (GRDC)

Research Candidate Supervision