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Carl Douglas Department of Botany, University of British Columbia, Canada
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A. Samuels Department of Botany, University of British Columbia, Canada
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Teagen D. Quilichini
  • Department of Botany, University of British Columbia, Canada
  • 1 Author merit

Education

Ph.D. in Botany, University of British Columbia, 2014

Current position

Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Botany, University of British Columbia and Anandia Laboratories Inc. (2014 - present)

Publications

  1. Quilichini, T. D., Samuels, A. L. and Douglas, C. J. (2015). Analysis of developing pollen grains within intact Arabidopsis thaliana anthers by Olympus two-photon laser scanning microscopy. Bio-protocol 5(23): e1677.
  2. Quilichini, T. D., Grienenberger, E. and Douglas, C. J. (2015). The biosynthesis, composition and assembly of the outer pollen wall: A tough case to crack. Phytochemistry 113: 170-182.
  3. Quilichini, T. D., Samuels, A. L. and Douglas, C. J. (2014). ABCG26-mediated polyketide trafficking and hydroxycinnamoyl spermidines contribute to pollen wall exine formation in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell 26(11): 4483-4498. (* Ragai Ibrahim Award Honourable Mention, CSPB)
  4. Quilichini, T. D., Douglas, C. J. and Samuels, A. L. (2014). New views of tapetum ultrastructure and pollen exine development in Arabidopsis thaliana. Ann Bot 114(6): 1189-1201.
  5. Qin, P., Tu, B., Wang, Y., Deng, L., Quilichini, T. D., Li, T., Wang, H., Ma, B. and Li, S. (2013). ABCG15 encodes an ABC transporter protein, and is essential for post-meiotic anther and pollen exine development in rice. Plant Cell Physiol 54(1): 138-154.
  6. Quilichini, T. D., Friedmann, M. C., Samuels, A. L. and Douglas, C. J. (2010). ATP-binding cassette transporter G26 is required for male fertility and pollen exine formation in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol 154(2): 678-690.
  7. Quilichini, T. D. and Muench, D. G. (2008). The Microtubule Proteome: A Role in Regulating Protein Synthesis and Import Into Organelles? The Plant Cytoskeleton: a Key Tool for Agro-Biotechnology, Springer: 267-281.
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Analysis of Developing Pollen Grains within Intact Arabidopsis thaliana Anthers by Olympus Two-Photon Laser Scanning Microscopy
Authors:  Teagen D. Quilichini, A. Lacey Samuels and Carl J. Douglas, date: 12/05/2015, view: 3362, Q&A: 0
The method consists of imaging developing pollen grains as they form within intact, immature Arabidopsis thaliana anthers. Using two-photon excitation in the infrared wavelength range, the intrinsic fluorescence (autofluorescence) of ...