Maloof Lab:Julin Maloof

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I am an associate professor in the [http://www-plb.ucdavis.edu/ Department of Plant Biology] at the [http://www.ucdavis.edu/index.html University of California, Davis].  My [[Maloof Lab|Lab]] studies plant / environment interactions, with an emphasis on how plant development changes in response to the light environment.
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I am a professor in the [http://www-plb.ucdavis.edu/ Department of Plant Biology] at the [http://www.ucdavis.edu/index.html University of California, Davis].  My [[Maloof Lab|Lab]] studies plant / environment interactions, with an emphasis on how plant development changes in response to the light environment.
==Contact Info==
==Contact Info==

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Room 2115
Section of Plant Biology
1002 Life Sciences, One Shields Ave.
University of California Davis
Davis, CA 95616

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I am a professor in the Department of Plant Biology at the University of California, Davis. My Lab studies plant / environment interactions, with an emphasis on how plant development changes in response to the light environment.

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Contact Info

Mailing Address
Julin N. Maloof
Department of Plant Biology, LS 1002
University of California, Davis
1 Shields Ave
Davis, CA 95616
Office
2131 Life Sciences
(530) 752-8077 (voice)
(530) 752-5410 (fax)
Lab
2115 Life Sciences
(530) 752-8086
email
jnmaloof at ucdavis.edu

Education

  • 1998-2002 Postdoctoral Scholar, The Salk Institute for Biological Studies. Advisors: Joanne Chory and Detlef Weigel.
  • 1998 Ph. D. University of California, San Francisco. Advisor: Cynthia Kenyon.
  • 1989 B. A. Haverford College.

Other

One of the things that I enjoy about being in Davis is close proximity to the Sierra. For photos of some of some of my adventures there and elsewhere, please visit my simple photo gallery.

Publications

  • Kerwin, R. E., Jimenez-Gomez, J. M., Fulop, D., Harmer, S. L., Maloof, J. N. & Kliebenstein, D. J. Network Quantitative Trait Loci Mapping of Circadian Clock Outputs Identifies Metabolic Pathway-to-Clock Linkages in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell 23, 471-485 (2011). [1]
  • Chang, C. S., Maloof, J. N. & Wu, S. H. COP1-mediated degradation of BBX22/LZF1 optimizes seedling development in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol 156, 228-239 (2011). [2]
  • Nozue, K., Harmer, S. L. & Maloof, J. N. Genomic Analysis of Circadian Clock-, Light-, and Growth-Correlated Genes Reveals PHYTOCHROME-INTERACTING FACTOR5 as a Modulator of Auxin Signaling in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol 156, 357-372 (2011). [3]
  • Kim, K., Shin, J., Lee, S. H., Kweon, H. S., Maloof, J. N. & Choi, G. Phytochromes inhibit hypocotyl negative gravitropism by regulating the development of endodermal amyloplasts through phytochrome-interacting factors. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 108, 1729-1734 (2011). [4]
  • Maloof, J. N. Recent advances in regulation of flowering. F1000 Biol Rep 2, (2010). [5]
  • Brock, M. T., Dechaine, J. M., Iniguez-Luy, F. L., Maloof, J. N., Stinchcombe, J. R. & Weinig, C. Floral Genetic Architecture: An Examination of QTL Architecture Underlying Floral (Co)Variation Across Environments. Genetics 186, 1451-1465 (2010). [6]
  • Brock, M. T., Maloof, J. N. & Weinig, C. Genes underlying quantitative variation in ecologically important traits: PIF4 (phytochrome interacting factor 4) is associated with variation in internode length, flowering time, and fruit set in Arabidopsis thaliana. Mol Ecol 19, 1187-1199 (2010). [7]
  • Jiménez-Gómez, J. M., Wallace, A. D. & Maloof, J. N. Network analysis identifies ELF3 as a QTL for the shade avoidance response in Arabidopsis. PLoS Genet 6, (2010). [8]
  • Jimenez-Gomez, J. M. & Maloof, J. N. Sequence diversity in three tomato species: SNPs, markers, and molecular evolution. BMC Plant Biol 9, 85 (2009). [9]
  • Jiménez-Gómez, J. M. & Maloof, J. N. Plant research accelerates along the (bio)informatics superhighway: symposium on plant sensing, response and adaptation to the environment. EMBO Rep 10, 568-572 (2009). [10]
  • Schwartz, C., Balasubramanian, S., Warthmann, N., Michael, T. P., Lempe, J., Sureshkumar, S., Kobayashi, Y., Maloof, J. N., Borevitz, J. O., Chory, J. & Weigel, D. Cis-regulatory Changes at FLOWERING LOCUS T Mediate Natural Variation in Flowering Responses of Arabidopsis thaliana. Genetics 183, 723-32, 1SI-7SI (2009). [11]
  • Balasubramanian, S., Schwartz, C., Singh, A., Warthmann, N., Kim, M. C., Maloof, J. N., Loudet, O., Trainer, G. T., Dabi, T., Borevitz, J. O., Chory, J. & Weigel, D. QTL Mapping in New Arabidopsis thaliana Advanced Intercross-Recombinant Inbred Lines. PLoS ONE 4, e4318 (2009). [12]
  • Covington, M. F., Maloof, J. N., Straume, M., Kay, S. A. & Harmer, S. L. Global transcriptome analysis reveals circadian regulation of key pathways in plant growth and development. Genome Biol 9, R130 (2008). [13]
  • Filiault, D. L., Wessinger, C. A., Dinneny, J. R., Lutes, J., Borevitz, J. O., Weigel, D., Chory, J. & Maloof, J. N. Amino acid polymorphisms in Arabidopsis phytochrome B cause differential responses to light. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 105, 3157-3162 (2008). [14]
  • Weinig, C., Johnston, J. A., Willis, C. G. & Maloof, J. N. Antagonistic multilevel selection on size and architecture in variable density settings. Evolution 61, 58-67 (2007). [15]
  • Nozue, K., Covington, M. F., Duek, P. D., Lorrain, S., Fankhauser, C., Harmer, S. L. & Maloof, J. N. Rhythmic growth explained by coincidence between internal and external cues. Nature 448, 358-361 (2007). [16]
  • Maloof, J. N. Small but not forgotten. Heredity 96, 1-2 (2006). [17]
  • Balasubramanian, S., Sureshkumar, S., Agrawal, M., Michael, T. P., Wessinger, C., Maloof, J. N., Clark, R., Warthmann, N., Chory, J. & Weigel, D. The PHYTOCHROME C photoreceptor gene mediates natural variation in flowering and growth responses of Arabidopsis thaliana. Nat Genet 38, 711-715 (2006). [18]
  • Nozue, K. & Maloof, J. N. Diurnal regulation of plant growth. Plant Cell Environ 29, 396-408 (2006).
  • Lu, L., Lee, Y. R., Pan, R., Maloof, J. N. & Liu, B. An internal motor kinesin is associated with the Golgi apparatus and plays a role in trichome morphogenesis in Arabidopsis. Mol Biol Cell 16, 811-823 (2005). [19]
  • Maloof, J. N. Plant development: slowing root growth naturally. Curr Biol 14, R395-R396 (2004). [20]
  • Wolyn, D. J., Borevitz, J. O., Loudet, O., Schwartz, C., Maloof, J., Ecker, J. R., Berry, C. C. & Chory, J. Light-response quantitative trait loci identified with composite interval and eXtreme array mapping in Arabidopsis thaliana. Genetics 167, 907-917 (2004). [21]
  • Maloof, J. N. Genomic approaches to analyzing natural variation in Arabidopsis thaliana. Curr Opin Genet Dev 13, 576-582 (2003).
  • Maloof, J. N. QTL for plant growth and morphology. Curr Opin Plant Biol 6, 85-90 (2003).
  • Nemhauser, J. L., Maloof, J. N. & Chory, J. Building integrated models of plant growth and development. Plant Physiol 132, 436-439 (2003). [22]
  • Borevitz, J. O., Maloof, J. N., Lutes, J., Dabi, T., Redfern, J. L., Trainer, G. T., Werner, J. D., Asami, T., Berry, C. C., Weigel, D. & Chory, J. Quantitative trait loci controlling light and hormone response in two accessions of Arabidopsis thaliana. Genetics 160, 683-696 (2002).
  • Friedrichsen, D. M., Nemhauser, J., Muramitsu, T., Maloof, J. N., Alonso, J., Ecker, J. R., Furuya, M. & Chory, J. Three redundant brassinosteroid early response genes encode putative bHLH transcription factors required for normal growth. Genetics 162, 1445-1456 (2002).
  • Nordborg, M., Borevitz, J. O., Bergelson, J., Berry, C. C., Chory, J., Hagenblad, J., Kreitman, M., Maloof, J. N., Noyes, T., Oefner, P. J., Stahl, E. A. & Weigel, D. The extent of linkage disequilibrium in Arabidopsis thaliana. Nat Genet 30, 190-193 (2002). [23]
  • Maloof, J. N., Borevitz, J. O., Dabi, T., Lutes, J., Nehring, R. B., Redfern, J. L., Trainer, G. T., Wilson, J. M., Asami, T., Berry, C. C., Weigel, D. & Chory, J. Natural variation in light sensitivity of Arabidopsis. Nat Genet 29, 441-446 (2001). [24]
  • Maloof, J. N., Borevitz, J. O., Weigel, D. & Chory, J. Natural variation in phytochrome signaling. Semin Cell Dev Biol 11, 523-530 (2000). [25]
  • Maloof, J. N., Whangbo, J., Harris, J. M., Jongeward, G. D. & Kenyon, C. A Wnt signaling pathway controls hox gene expression and neuroblast migration in C. elegans. Development 126, 37-49 (1999).
  • Hunter, C. P., Harris, J. M., Maloof, J. N. & Kenyon, C. Hox gene expression in a single Caenorhabditis elegans cell is regulated by a caudal homolog and intercellular signals that inhibit wnt signaling. Development 126, 805-814 (1999).
  • Schlesinger, A., Shelton, C. A., Maloof, J. N., Meneghini, M. & Bowerman, B. Wnt pathway components orient a mitotic spindle in the early Caenorhabditis elegans embryo without requiring gene transcription in the responding cell. Genes Dev 13, 2028-2038 (1999).
  • Maloof, J. N. & Kenyon, C. The Hox gene lin-39 is required during C. elegans vulval induction to select the outcome of Ras signaling. Development 125, 181-190 (1998).
  • Eisenmann, D. M., Maloof, J. N., Simske, J. S., Kenyon, C. & Kim, S. K. The beta-catenin homolog BAR-1 and LET-60 Ras coordinately regulate the Hox gene lin-39 during Caenorhabditis elegans vulval development. Development 125, 3667-3680 (1998).
  • Kenyon, C. J., Austin, J., Costa, M., Cowing, D. W., Harris, J. M., Honigberg, L., Hunter, C. P., Maloof, J. N., Muller-Immerglück, M. M., Salser, S. J., Waring, D. A., Wang, B. B. & Wrischnik, L. A. The dance of the Hox genes: patterning the anteroposterior body axis of Caenorhabditis elegans. Cold Spring Harb Symp Quant Biol 62, 293-305 (1997).
  • Chavez, R. A., Maloof, J., Beeson, D., Newsom-Davis, J. & Hall, Z. W. Subunit folding and alpha delta heterodimer formation in the assembly of the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor. Comparison of the mouse and human alpha subunits. J Biol Chem 267, 23028-23034 (1992).
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