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Publications in peer reviewed journals

  1. Gawande, N.D and Sankaranarayanan, S*. (2024). Genome wide characterization and expression analysis of CrRLK1L gene family in wheat unravels their roles in development and stress specific responses. Frontiers in Plant Science.  15. 1345774. doi:10.389/fpls.2024.1345774.

  2. Barot, R., Gawande, N.D., Omprabha, S., Kaushal, C., Ghosh.S., Saha, J., Bhatia, D., Sankaranarayanan, S*. (2024). Novel carbon nanoparticles derived from Bougainvillea modulate vegetative growth via Auxin-Cytokinin signalling in Arabidopsis. Chemical Papers (Accepted)

  3. Singh, P., Nair, S., Jose, A., Kaushal, C., Sankaranarayanan, S., Saha, J. (2024). Green synthesis derived carbon nano-particles from Syzgium cumin and Ocimum tenuiflorum. Proc. SPIE 12858. Nanoscale Imaging, Sensing and Actuation for Biomedical Applications XXI. 12850E. https://doi.org/10.1117/12.3002797

  4. Ghosh, S., Yadav, P., Sankaranarayanan, S., Bhatia, D. (2023). Plant-Derived Nanomaterials for Targeted Biological Applications and Smart Agriculture. ChemistrySelect.2023.09.47.e202303495

  5. Manreique, S., Cavallari, A., Guazzotti, A., Villarino, G., Simonini, S., Bombarely, A., Higashiyama, T., Grossniklaus, U., Chiara, M., Pareira, M., Coimbra, S., Sankaranarayanan, S., Onelli, E., Masiero, S., Franks, L., Colombo, L. (2023). Histone Deacetylase 19 controls ovule number determination and transmitting tract differentiation.  Plant Physiology.2023.00.1-19

  6. Park, C.H., Choi, M., Park, Y.E., Yeo, H.J., Kim, J.K., Kim, Y.B., Sankaranarayanan., S., Sathasivam.,R., Park., S.U. (2023). Influence of different types of carbon sources on glucosinolate and phenolic compounds in radish sprouts. horticulturae. 9.6.679

  7. Jamshed, M., Hickerson, M.N., Sankaranarayanan, S., Samuel, M.A. (2023). Plant Reproduction: Stigma receptors regulate reactive oxygen species to establish pollination barriers. Current Biology. 33. R351-376

  8. Kumar, A*., Sankaranarayanan,S*., Macgregor, S., Goring DR., Samuel, MA. (2022). Cell-Cell Signaling during the Brassicaceae Self-incompatibility response. Trends Plant Sci. 27.5.472-487 (*equal contribution as first author)

  9. Watts, A., Sankaranarayanan, S., Watts, A., and Raipuria, R.K. (2021). Optimizing protein expression in heterologous system: Strategies and tools. Meta Gene. 100899

  10. Jamshed, M., Sankaranarayanan, S., Kumar, A., and Samuel, M.A. (2020). A functionally redundant MAPK cascade mediates stigma receptivity in Arabidopsis. Molecular Plant.13.11.1582-1593

  11. Sankaranarayanan, S*., and Kessler, S.A*. (2020). Growing straight through walls. eLife. 9: e61647 (*Corresponding author)

  12. Kenney, P., Sankaranarayanan, S., Balogh, M., and Indriolo, E. (2020). Expression of Brassica napus GLO1 is sufficient to breakdown artificial self-incompatibility in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Reproduction. 22.15.56

  13. Sankaranarayanan, S*., Ju, Y., and Kessler, S.A*. (2020). Reactive oxygen species as mediators of gametophyte development and double fertilization. Frontiers in Plant Science.11.1199 (*Corresponding author).  https://doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2020.01199

  14. Sankaranarayanan, S*., Jamshed, M., Delmas, F., Yeung, E.C., and Samuel, M.A*. (2020). Identification and characterization of a female gametophyte defect in sdk1-7+/- abi3-6+/- heterozygotes of Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Signaling & Behavior.15.8. e1780038-7. doi.org/10.1080/15592324.2020.1780038 (*Corresponding author)

  15. Sankaranarayanan, S*., and Higashiyama, T*. (2018). Capacitation in Plant and Animal Fertilization. Trends in Plant Science. 23. 2. 129-139 (*Corresponding author)

  16.  Sankaranarayanan, S. (2018). Pollen grain mediated gene transfer for efficient plant transformation. Acta Scientific Agriculture. 2. 3.1 4-15

  17. Sankaranarayanan, S., Jamshed, M., Kumar, A., Skori, L., Scandola, S., Wang, T., Spiegel, D., and Samuel, M.A. (2017). Glyoxalase Goes Green: The Expanding Roles of Glyoxalase in Plants. International Journal of Molecular Sciences.18. 89810.

  18. Jiao, J., Mizukami, A.G., Sankaranarayanan, S., Yamaguchi, J., Itami, K., and Higashiyama, T. (2017). Structure-Activity Relationship Study of AMOR Sugar Molecule that Activates Pollen-Tubes for Ovular Guidance. Plant Physiology. 173. 354-363

  19. Mizukami, A.G., Inatsugi, R., Jiao, J., Kotake, T., Kuwata, K., Ootani, K., Okuda, S., Sankaranarayanan, S., Sato, Y., Maruyama, D., Iwai, H., Garenaux, E., Sato, C., Kitajima, K., Tsumuraya, Y., Mori, H., Yamaguchi, J., Itami, K., Sasaki, N., and Higashiyama, T. (2016). The AMOR Arabinogalactan Sugar Chain Induces Pollen-Tube Competency to Respond to Ovular Guidance. Current Biology. 26 (8): 1091-10

  20. Sankaranarayanan, S., Jamshed, M., and Samuel, M.A. (2015). Degradation of glyoxalase I in Brassica napus stigma leads to self-incompatibility response. Nature Plants. 1.15185 doi:10.1038/nplants.2015.185

  21.   Sankaranarayanan, S., and Samuel, M.A. (2015). A proposed role for selective autophagy in lateral root development under phosphate starvation in Arabidopsis. Plant Signaling & Behavior. 10(3): e989749.

  22. Deb,S*., Sankaranarayanan, S*., Wewala, G., Widdup, E and Samuel M.A. (2014). The S-domain Receptor Kinase AtARK2 and the U-box/ARM-repeat-Containing E3 Ubiquitin Ligase AtPUB9 Module Mediates Lateral Root Development Under Phosphate Starvation in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology. 165(4):1647-1656 (*equal contribution as first author)

  23. Safavian.D., Jamshed, M., Sankaranarayanan, S., Indriolo, E., Samuel M.A. and Goring, D.R. (2014). High humidity partially rescues the Arabidopsis thaliana exo70A1 stigmatic defect for accepting compatible pollen. Sexual Plant Reproduction. 27(3):121-7

  24.  Sankaranarayanan, S*., Jamshed, M*., Deb, S., Chatfield-Reed, K., Kwon, E.J., Chua, G., and Samuel, M.A.  (2013). Deciphering the Stigmatic Transcriptional Landscape of Compatible and Self-Incompatible Pollinations in Brassica napus Reveals a Rapid Stigma Senescence Response Following Compatible Pollination. Molecular Plant. 6(6):1988-91 (*equal contribution as first author)

  25. Delmas, F., Sankaranarayanan, S., Deb, S., Widdup, E., Bournonville, C., Bollier, N., Northey, J., McCourt, P. and Samuel M.A. (2013). ABI3 Controls Embryo De-greening Through Mendel's I locus. Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences of United States of America. 110(40): E3888-94.doi: 10.1073/pnas.1308114110.

  26. Sankaranarayanan, S., Jamshed, M. and Samuel, M.A. (2013). Proteomics Approaches Advance Our Understanding of Plant Self-Incompatibility Response. Journal of proteome research. 12 (11): 4717–4726

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Manuscripts submitted to bioRxiv

  1. Gawande, N.D, Sankaranarayanan, S*. 2023. Genome wide characterization and expression analysis of CrRLK1L gene family in wheat unravels their roles in development and stress-specific responses. bioRxiv. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.doi: (*Corresponding author) https://doi.org/10.1101/2023.05.24.541849

  2. Barot, R., Gawande, N.D., Omprabha, S., Kaushal, C., Saha, J., Bhatia, D., Sankaranarayanan, S*. 2023. Novel carbon nanoparticles derived from Bougainvillea modulate vegetative growth in Arabidopsis. bioRxiv. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.doi: (*Corresponding author) https://doi.org/10.1101/2023.06.19.545555

Book Chapters

  1. Watts, A., Sankaranarayanan,S., Raipuria, R. K. and Watts, A. (2020). Production and Application of Double Haploid in Brassica Improvement. In: S.H. Wani et al.(eds)., Brassica Improvement – Molecular, Genetics and Genomic Perspectives. Springer Nature, Switzerland. pp 67-83

  2. Sankaranarayanan,S*., and Higashiyama, T*. (2017). Directional Growth for Sperm Delivery. In: Obermeyer, G., and Feijo, J. (eds), Pollen Tip Growth – From Biophysical Aspects to System Biology. Springer International Publishing. pp 149-166 (*Corresponding author)

  3. Sankaranarayanan, S., and Samuel, M.A. (2015). Guiding principles for live cell imaging of plants using confocal microscopy. In: Yeung, E.C., Stasolla, C., Sumner, M.J., and Huang, B.Q. (eds), Plant microtechiques: methods and protocols. Springer, New York. 2015. pp 213-224 10.1007/978-3-319-19944-3_13

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