Nishii, K., Fei, Y., Hudson, A., Möller, M. & Molnar, A. Virus-induced gene silencing in Streptocarpus rexii (Gesneriaceae). Molecular Biotechnology (2020)  DOI: 10.1007/s12033-020-00248-w


Tan, Y., Barnbrook, M., Wilson,Y., Molnar, A., Bukys, A.,Hudson,AShared mutations in a novel glutaredoxin repressor of multicellular trichome fate underlie parallel evolution of Antirrhinum species. Current Biology 2020 Apr 20 ;30(8):1357-1366.e4. DOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2020.01.060



Hudson A. Evolution: How a Homeobox Gene Cuts the Mustard Leaf. Current Biology 2019 Dec;29(24):R1305-R1307. Doi:10.1016/j.cub.2019.11.008. PMID: 31846676


MacAllister S., Mencuccini M., Sommer U., Engel J., Hudson A.Salmon Y, Dexter K.G.Drought-induced mortality in Scots pine: opening the metabolic black box. Tree Physiol. 2019 Aug 1;39(8):1358-  1370. doi: 10.1093/treephys/tpz049.


Simmons T.J., Mohler K.E., Holland C, Goubet F, Franková L, Houston D.R., Hudson A.D., Meulewaeter F, Fry SC.Hetero-trans-β-glucanase, an enzyme unique to Equisetum plants, functionalizes cellulose. Plant J. 2015 Sep;83(5):753-69. doi: 10.1111/tpj.12935. PMID: 26185964 


Costa M.M., Yang S, Critchley J, Feng X, Wilson Y, Langlade N, Copsey L, Hudson A (2012). The genetic basis for natural variation in heteroblasty in Antirrhinum. New Phytologist 2012 Dec;196(4):1251-9. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-8137.2012.04347.x. PMID:23025531


Wilson Y, Hudson A (2011). The evolutionary history of Antirrhinum suggests that ancestral phenotype combinations survived repeated hybridizations. The Plant Journal2011Jun;66(6):1032-1043.doi: 10.1111/j.1365-313X.2011.04563.x. PMID:21435047


Schwarz-Sommer Z., Guebitz T., Weiss J., Gomex di-Marco P., Delgado Benarroch L., Hudson A., Egea-Cortines M .(2010).  A molecular recombination map for Antirrhinum majus.  BMC Plant Biology 10:275 PubMed pdf


Platt A., Horton M., Hwang Y.S., Li Y., Anastasio A.E., Mulyati N.W., Agren J., Bossdorf O., Byers D., Donohue K., Dunning M., Holub E.B., Hudson A., Le Corre V., Loudet O., Roux F., Warthmann N., Weigel D., Rivero L., Scholl R., Nordborg M., Bergelson J., Borevitz J.O. (2010). The scale of population structurein Arabidopsis thaliana. PLoS Genetics 6: doi:10.1371/journal.pgen.1000843. PMID:20169178


Feng X., Wilson Y., Bowers J., Kennaway R., Bangham A., Hannah A., Coen E., Hudson A (2009). Evolution of allometry in Antirrhinum. Plant Cell. 21:2999-3007. doi:10.1105/tpc.109.069054. PMID:1988079


Jakoby M.K., Falkenhan D., Mader M.T., Brininstool G., Wischnitzki E., Platz N., Hudson A., Hulskamp M., Larkin J., Schnittger A (2008). Transcriptional profiling of mature Arabidopsis trichomes reveals that NOECK Encodes the MIXTA-like transcriptional regulator MYB106. Plant Physiol. 148: 1583-1602. doi: 10.1104/pp.108.126979. PMID: 18805951


Nurmberg P.L., Knox K.A., Yun B-W., Morris P.C., Shafiei R., Hudson A., Loake GJ (2007). The developmental selector, AS1 is an evolutionarily conserved regulator of the plant immune response. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA.104:18795-18800. doi: 10.1073/pnas.0705586104. PMID:18003921


Langlade N.B., Feng X, Dransfield T, Copsey L, Hanna A.I., Thébaud C., Bangham A., Hudson A., Coen E.S. (2005). Evolution through genetically controlled allometry space. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci USA. 102:10221-6.doi: 10.1073/pnas.0504210102. PMID:16009935


Hudson A (2006). Mechanisms of phyllotaxy. In Encyclopedia of Life Sciences. Macmillan, London. Link to abstract


Harrison J., Möller M., Langdale J., Cronk Q., Hudson A (2005). The role of KNOX genes in the evolution of morphological novelty in Streptocarpus. Plant Cell 17:430-443.  doi: 10.1105/tpc.104.028936. PMID:1565962


Hudson A (2005). Plant meristems: Mobile mediators of cell fate. Current Biol. 15:803-5. doi: 10.1016/j.cub.2005.09.022. PMID: 16213812


Golz J.F., Roccaro M., Kuzoff R., Hudson A (2004). GRAMINIFOLIA promotes growth and polarity of Antirrhinum leaves. Development 131: 3661-3670. doi: 10.1242/dev.01221. PMID: 15229175


Gübitz T., Caldwell A., Hudson A (2003). Rapid molecular evolution of CYCLOIDEA-like genes in Antirrhinum and its relatives. Mol. Biol. Evol. 20:1537-44. doi: 10.1093/molbev/msg166. PMID:1283264


Schwarz-Sommer Z., de Andrade Silva E., Berntgen R., Lönnig W-E, Müller A., Nindl I., Stüber K., Wunder J., Saedler H., Gübitz T., Borking A., Golz J.F., Ritter E., Hudson A (2003). A linkage map of an F2 hybrid population of Antirrhinum majus and A. molle. Genetics 163:699-701. PMID: 12618407


Schwarz-Sommer Z, Davies B, Hudson A (2003). An everlasting pioneer: the story of Antirrhinum research. Nature Rev. Genet. 4:657-666. doi: 10.1038/nrg1127. PMID: 12897777


Golz J.F., Keck E.J., Hudson A (2002). Mutations in KNOX genes give rise to a novel floral structure in Antirrhinum. Current Biol. 12:515-22. PMID: 11937019


Golz J.F., Hudson A (2002). Signalling in plant lateral organ development. Plant Cell. 14:277-88. PMID: 12045283


Waites R., Hudson A (2001). The Handlebars gene is required with Phantastica for dorsoventral asymmetry of organs and for stem cell activity in Antirrhinum. Development 128:1923-31.PMID: 11493516 


Hudson A (2001). Plant development: two sides to organ asymmetry. Current Biol. 11:756-8. PMID: 11566122


Harrison J.C., Hudson A., Cronk QCB (2001). The evolution of leaves. In Cronk Q, Bateman R, Hawkins JA (eds), Developmental Genetics and Plant EvolutionTaylor & Francis, London. Link


Byrne M.E., Barley R., Curtis M., Arroyo J.M., Dunham M., Hudson A., Martienssen R.A.(2000). Asymmetric leaves1 mediates leaf patterning and stem cell function in Arabidopsis. Nature 408:967-971. doi: 10.1038/35050091. PMID: 11140682 


Hudson A (2000) Development of symmetry in plants. Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. Mol. Biol. 51:349-70. doi: 10.1146/annurev.arplant.51.1.349. PMID: 15012196


Timmermans M., Hudson A., Becraft P., Nelson T. (1999). ROUGH SHEATH2: a Myb-domain factor that represses knox homeobox genes in maize leaf and floral primordia. Science 284:151-153. PMID: 10102816


Hudson A, Jeffree C (1999) Leaf and Internode. In Encyclopedia of Life SciencesMacmillan, London. Link to abstract


Golz J., Hudson A (1999). Yabbies claw to the fore. Current Biol. 9:861-3. PMID: 10574752


Hudson A (1999). Axes and axioms in leaf development? Curr. Op. Plant Biol. 2:56-60. PMID: 10047567


Waites R., Selvadurai H.R.N., Oliver I.R., Hudson A (1998). The PHANTASTICA gene encodes a MYB transcription factor involved in growth and dorsoventrality of lateral organs in Antirrhinum. Cell 93: 779-789. PMID: 9630222


Hudson A, Waites R. (1998). Early events in leaf development. Seminars in Cell and Dev. Biol. 9:207-211.doi: 10.1006/scdb.1997.0213. PMID: 9599417 


Hudson A, Goodrich J. (1997). Plant meristems: cell signalling keeps the balance. Current Biol. 7:427-429. PMID: 9210371


Waites R., Hudson A. (1995) phantastica: a gene required for dorsoventrality of leaves in Antirrhinum majus. Development 121:2143-2153. pdf


Hudson A (1995). Fungal cytochrome c genes from plants. J. Mol. Evol. 41:1170-1171. PMID: 8587113 


Ingram D.S., Hudson A Shape and Form in Plants and Fungi(381 pages) Academic Press, 1994. Link


Hudson A (1994). Genes controlling floral development. In Ingram DS and Hudson, A (eds) Shape and Form in Plants and Fungipp 236-241. Academic Press.


Hudson A, Carpenter R, Doyle S, Coen ES (1993). Olive: a key gene required for chlorophyll synthesis in Antirrhinum majusEMBO J. 12:3711-3719. PMID: 8404842 pdf


Hudson A, Carpenter R, Coen ES (1989). Phenotypic effects of short-range and aberrant DNA transposition in AntirrhinumPlant Mol. Biol. 141:835-844. PMID: 1966387 pdf


Hudson A, Carpenter R, Coen ES (1987). De novo activation of the transposable element Tam2 of Antirrhinum majusMol. Gen. Genet. 207:54-59. Hudson 1987


Coen E.S., Robbins T.P., Almeida J., Hudson A, Carpenter R (1987). Mechanisms of transposition in Antirrhinum majus. In Berg, D and Howe, M (eds), Mobile DNA. pp 411-421. American Society of Microbiology.


Coen E.S., Almeida J., Robbins T.P., Hudson A, Carpenter R (1987). Molecular analysis of genes determining spatial patterns in Antirrhinum majus. In Verma, DPS and Goldberg, RB (eds), Temporal and Spatial Regulation of Plant Genes. pp 63-82. Springer-Verlag. PubMed citation

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