Selected Publications

(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