Presentations

Oral Presentations

  1. Showpnil I and Wolverton C (2013) Characterization of pin single (pin3, pin4 & pin7) and double mutants (pin3pin7& pin4pin7) under constant gravitropic stimuli. Poster, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Plant Biologists, July 20-24, Providence, Rhode Island, USA.
  2. Wolverton, C (2012) Lateral root surprise with a phosphate reduction. Invited seminar, Oberlin College Department of Biology; Ohio Wesleyan Science Lecture Series.
  3. Bai H and Wolverton C (2010) Phosphate availability affects gravitropic setpoint and gravitropic response of the lateral roots of Arabidopsis. Minisymposium, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Plant Biologists, Montreal, Quebec, CAN
  4. Wolverton, C (2008) The Kinetics of Root Gravitropism in the PIN Mutants Suggest Redundancy in the Signal Transduction Pathway. Invited Symposium, Committee on Space Research (COSPAR), Montreal, CAN
  5. Wolverton, C (2008) Lights, Cameras, Gravity! Roots on (a rotating) Stage. Invited Seminar, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV
  6. Wolverton, C (2008) Invited Seminar, Miami University, Oxford, OH
  7. Mullen JL, Wolverton C, Hangarter RP (2004) Apical Control, Gravitropic Signaling, and the Growth of Lateral Roots in Arabidopsis. Invited Symposium, Committee on Space Research (COSPAR), Paris, France.
  8. Wolverton C (2004) Gravity Responses in Roots. Invited Seminar, Denison University
  9. Wolverton C (2003) Plant Sensory Systems and Differential Growth. Department Seminar, Wright State University

Posters

  1. Showpnil I, Wolverton C (2011) Dissecting the roles of PIN proteins in root gravitropism by mutant analysis. Midwestern Section ASPB Annual Meeting, Purdue University.
  2. Murali B, Wolverton C (2011) Probing Root Architecture Using Phosphate Transport Mutants. Midwestern Section ASPB Annual Meeting, Purdue University.
  3. Bai H, Wolverton C (2010) Phosphate availability affects gravitropic setpoint and gravitropic response of the lateral roots of Arabidopsis. Plant Biology 2010, Montreal, CAN
  4. Mayers EB, Wolverton C (2009) Complex regulation of differential growth by light and gravity involving auxin transport in roots. Plant Biology 2009, Honolulu, HI
  5. Paya A, Toska J, Wolverton C (2009) Root cap angle and gravitropic response rate are uncoupled in the Arabidopsis pgm–1 mutant. Plant Biology 2009, Honolulu, HI
  6. Toska J, Paya A, Wolverton C (2008) Root gravitropism in the pgm1 starchless mutant of Arabidopsis occurs independently of stimulus angle and in the absence of an auxin gradient. Midwestern Section ASPB Annual Meeting, Ames, IA.
  7. Mullen JL, Wolverton C, Hangarter RP (2005) Role of Auxin in the Control of Lateral Root Growth in Arabidopsis. American Society of Plant Biologists Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA.
  8. Polter AM, Wibley AL, Mullen JL, Wolverton C (2004) Gravitropism in akt1–1 roots lacks a significant DEZ contribution. American Society of Plant Biologists Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.
  9. Mullen JL, Wolverton C, Hangarter RP (2004) Role of Auxin in the Control of Lateral Root Growth in Arabidopsis. American Society of Plant Biologists Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.