(Liscum Lab members are bolded with postdocs in green, grad students in blue, and undergrads in red)
Morrow, J., Willenburg, K.T., and E. LISCUM (2018) Phototropism in land plants: Molecules and mechanism from light perception to response. Frontiers in Biology, in press
Leuchtman, D.L., Shumate, A.D., Gassmann, W. and E. LISCUM (2018) A method for investigating the Pseudomonas syringae-Arabidopsis thaliana pathosystem under various light environments. In Methods in Molecular Biology (Springer Nature), in press
LISCUM, M. (2018) Review of Hell Before Their Very Eyes: American Soldiers Liberate Concentration Camps in Germany, April 1945 by John C. McManus (Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2016), Global War Studies: The Journal for the Study of Warfare and Weapons, 1919-1945, in press
LISCUM, E. (2016) Blue light-induced intracellular movement of phototropins: Functional relevance or red herring. Frontiers in Plant Science, 7, 827. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2016.00827
Zhao, B., Lv, M., Feng, F., Campbell, T., LISCUM, E., and J. Li (2016) TWISTED DWARF 1 associates with BRASSINOSTEROID INSENSITIVE 1 to regulate early events of the brassinosteroid signaling pathway. Molecular Plant 9, 582-592.
LISCUM, M. (2015) Albanian Odyssey. Global War Studies: The Journal for the Study of Warfare and Weapons, 1919-1945 12, 58-69.
LISCUM, M. (2015) Review of German Voices: Memories of Life During Hitler’s Third Reich by Frederic C. Tubach (Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2011), Global War Studies: The Journal for the Study of Warfare and Weapons, 1919-1945 12, 105-106
LISCUM, E., Askinosie, S.K., Leuchtman, D.L., Morrow, J., Willenburg, K.T., and D. Roberts Coats (2014) Phototropism: Growing towards an understanding of plant movement. The Plant Cell 26, 38-55. Reprint Link
LISCUM, E. and W.R. Briggs (2014) Photomorphogenesis, AccessScience (McGraw-Hill Education), http://www.accessscience.com/content/photomorphogenesis/511000. Reprint Link
Roberts, D.*, U.V. Pedmale*, J. Morrow, A. Thomann, R. Sachdev, X. Tang, N. Zheng, M. Hannink, P. Genshick and E. LISCUM (2011) Modulation of phototropic responsiveness through ubiquitination of phototropin 1 by the CUL3-Ring E3 ubiquitin ligase CRLNPH3. The Plant Cell 23, 3627-3640. (*co-first authors) Reprint Link
LISCUM, M. (2012) Review of Yalta: The Price of Peace by Serhil Plohky (New York, NY: The Viking Press, 2010), Global War Studies: The Journal for the Study of Warfare and Weapons, 1919-1945 9, 87-89. Reprint Link
LISCUM, M. (2011) Review of Swedes At War: Willing Warriors of a Neutral Nation, 1914-1945 by Lars Gyllenhaal and Lennart Westberg [translated by Carl Gustav Finstrom](Bedford, PA: Aberjona Press, 2010), Global War Studies: The Journal for the Study of Warfare and Weapons, 1919-1945 8, 101-103. Reprint Link
LISCUM, M. (2011) Allied Deception Operations and the Invasion of Normandy. Global War Studies: The Journal for the Study of Warfare and Weapons, 1919-1945 8, 153-156. Reprint Link
Pedmale, U.V., R.B. Celaya and E. LISCUM (2010) Phototropism: Mechanisms and outcomes. August 31, 2010. The Arabidopsis Book. Rockville, MD: American Society of Plant Biologists. doi: 10.1199/tab.0125, http://www.aspb.org/publications/arabidopsis/. Reprint Link
LISCUM, M. (2010) Omar Bradley: “The GI’s General”. Global War Studies: The Journal for the Study of Warfare and Weapons, 1919-1945 7, 116-122. Reprint Link
LISCUM, M. (2010) Review of The Namesake: The Biography of Theodore Roosevelt, Jr. by Robert W. Walker (Brick Tower Press, 2008), Journal of Military History 74, 255-256. Reprint Link
Holland, J.J., D.R. Roberts and E. LISCUM (2009) Understanding phototropism: From Darwin to today. Journal of Experimental Botany 60, 1969-1978.
(*cover article) Reprint Link
Celaya, R.B., U.V. Pedmale and E. LISCUM (2009) Signaling in plant phototropism. In Signaling in Plants, F. Baluska and S. Mancuso, eds. (Springer-Verlag, Heildelberg), pp. 239-260.
Stone, B.B., E.L. Stowe-Evans, R.M. Harper, R.B. Celaya, K. Ljung, G. Sandberg and E. LISCUM (2008) Disruptions in AUX1-dependent auxin influx alter hypocotyl phototropism in Arabidopsis. Molecular Plant 1, 129-144. Reprint Link