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Agnieszka Zienkiewicz Georg August University
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Alizée Malnoë University of California, Berkeley
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Daniel Caddell University of California, Berkeley
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Emily Cope Northern Arizona University
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Scott A M McAdam
  • Purdue University
Research focus
  • Plant science
Contributions
  • 1 Author merit
  • 3 Reviewer merit
  • 20 Editor merit

Education

Ph.D. in Plant Physiology and Evolution, School of Plant Science, University of Tasmania

Current position

Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Early Career Research Award (DECRA) fellow, School of Biological Sciences, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia

Publications

  1. McKiernan, A. B., Potts, B. M., Brodribb, T. J., Hovenden, M. J., Davies, N. W., McAdam, S. A., Ross, J. J., Rodemann, T. and O'Reilly-Wapstra, J. M. (2016). Responses to mild water deficit and rewatering differ among secondary metabolites but are similar among provenances within Eucalyptus species. Tree Physiol 36(2): 133-147.
  2. Brodribb, T. J., Skelton, R. P., McAdam, S. A., Bienaime, D., Lucani, C. J. and Marmottant, P. (2016). Visual quantification of embolism reveals leaf vulnerability to hydraulic failure. New Phytol 209(4): 1403-1409.
  3. Martins, S. C., McAdam, S. A., Deans, R. M., DaMatta, F. M. and Brodribb, T. J. (2016). Stomatal dynamics are limited by leaf hydraulics in ferns and conifers: results from simultaneous measurements of liquid and vapour fluxes in leaves. Plant Cell Environ 39(3): 694-705. 
  4. McAdam, S. A., Brodribb, T. J. and Ross, J. J. (2016). Shoot-derived abscisic acid promotes root growth. Plant Cell Environ 39(3): 652-659.
  5. McAdam, S. A., Sussmilch, F. C. and Brodribb, T. J. (2016). Stomatal responses to vapour pressure deficit are regulated by high speed gene expression in angiosperms. Plant Cell Environ 39(3): 485-491.
  6. McAdam, S. A. (2015). Physicochemical quantification of abscisic acid levels in plant tissues with an added internal standard by ultra-performance liquid chromatography. Bio-protocol 5(18): e1599. 
  7. Lam, H. K., McAdam, S. A., McAdam, E. L. and Ross, J. J. (2015). Evidence that chlorinated auxin is restricted to the fabaceae but not to the Fabeae. Plant Physiol 168(3): 798-803.       
  8. Brodribb, T. J. and McAdam, S. A. (2015). Evolution in the smallest valves (stomata) guides even the biggest trees. Tree Physiol 35(5): 451-452.
  9. McAdam, S. A., Sussmilch, F. C., Brodribb, T. J. and Ross, J. J. (2015). Molecular characterization of a mutation affecting ABA biosynthesis and consequently stomatal responses to humidity in an agriculturally important species. AoB Plants. (Epub ahead of print)
  10. Lam, H. K., McAdam, S. A., McAdam, E. L. and Ross, J. J. (2015). Evidence that chlorinated auxin is restricted to the fabaceae but not to the Fabeae. Plant Physiol 168(3): 798-803.
  11. McAdam, S. A. and Brodribb, T. J. (2015). The evolution of mechanisms driving the stomatal response to vapor pressure deficit. Plant Physiol 167(3): 833-843.
  12. McAdam, S. A. and Brodribb, T. J. (2015). Hormonal dynamics contributes to divergence in seasonal stomatal behaviour in a monsoonal plant community. Plant Cell Environ 38(3): 423-432.
  13. Brodribb, T. J., McAdam, S. A., Jordan, G. J. and Martins, S. C. (2014). Conifer species adapt to low-rainfall climates by following one of two divergent pathways. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 111(40): 14489-14493.
  14. McAdam, S. A. and Brodribb, T. J. (2014). Separating active and passive influences on stomatal control of transpiration. Plant Physiol 164(4): 1578-1586.
  15. Brodribb, T. J. and McAdam, S. A. (2013). Unique responsiveness of angiosperm stomata to elevated CO2 explained by calcium signalling. PLoS One 8(11): e82057.
  16. Brodribb, T. J. and McAdam, S. A. (2013). Abscisic acid mediates a divergence in the drought response of two conifers. Plant Physiol 162(3): 1370-1377.
  17. McAdam, S. A. and Brodribb, T. J. (2013). Ancestral stomatal control results in a canalization of fern and lycophyte adaptation to drought. New Phytol 198(2): 429-441.
  18. McAdam, S. A. and Brodribb, T. J. (2012). Fern and lycophyte guard cells do not respond to endogenous abscisic acid. Plant Cell 24(4): 1510-1521.
  19. McAdam, S. A. and Brodribb, T. J. (2012). Stomatal innovation and the rise of seed plants. Ecol Lett 15(1): 1-8.
  20. McAdam, S. A., Brodribb, T. J., Ross, J. J. and Jordan, G. J. (2011). Augmentation of abscisic acid (ABA) levels by drought does not induce short-term stomatal sensitivity to CO2 in two divergent conifer species. J Exp Bot 62(1): 195-203.
  21. Brodribb, T. J. and McAdam, S. A. (2011). Passive origins of stomatal control in vascular plants. Science 331(6017): 582-585.
  22. Brodribb, T. J. and McAdam, S. A. (2011). Stomatal (mis)behaviour. Tree Physiol 31(10): 1039-1040.
  23. Brodribb, T. J., McAdam, S. A., Jordan, G. J. and Feild, T. S. (2009). Evolution of stomatal responsiveness to CO(2) and optimization of water-use efficiency among land plants. New Phytol 183(3): 839-847.
1 Protocol published
Physicochemical Quantification of Abscisic Acid Levels in Plant Tissues with an Added Internal Standard by Ultra-Performance Liquid Chromatography
Author:  Scott A M McAdam, date: 09/20/2015, view: 3051, Q&A: 0
The phytohormone abscisic acid (ABA) is critical for a range of plant responses to the environment, most importantly in closing the stomata of seed plants during drought (Mittelheuser and Van Steveninck 1969; Brodribb et al. 2014). The high ...
3 Protocols reviewed
Extraction and Measurement of Abscisic Acid in a Unicellular Red Alga Cyanidioschyzon merolae
Authors:  Yuki Kobayashi and Kan Tanaka, date: 12/05/2016, view: 1842, Q&A: 0
Abscisic acid (ABA) has been known as a phytohormone of land plants, which is synthesized in response to abiotic stresses and induces various physiological responses, but is also found from eukaryotic algae. Recently, we reported that a unicellular ...
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Quantifying Auxin Metabolites in Young Root Tissue of Medicago truncatula by Liquid Chromatography Electrospray-ionisation Quadrupole Time-of-flight (LC-ESI-QTOF) Tandem Mass Spectrometry
Authors:  Jason Liang Pin Ng, Thy T. Truong, Charles H. Hocart and Ulrike Mathesius, date: 06/20/2016, view: 1906, Q&A: 0
Auxins represent a major group of phytohormones controlling plant development. The spatio-temporal regulation of auxin gradients is essential for the initiation, growth and correct development of plant organs. Because auxins and their metabolites ...
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20 Protocols edited
Generation and Selection of Transgenic Olive Plants
Authors:  Elena Palomo-Ríos, Sergio Cerezo, Jose Ángel Mercado and Fernando Pliego-Alfaro, date: 11/20/2017, view: 20, Q&A: 0
Olive (Olea europaea L.) is one of the most important oil crops in the Mediterranean basin. Biotechnological improvement of this species is hampered by the recalcitrant nature of olive tissue to regenerate in vitro. In previous ...
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Estimation of Silica Cell Silicification Level in Grass Leaves Using in situ Charring Method
Authors:  Santosh Kumar and Rivka Elbaum, date: 11/20/2017, view: 28, Q&A: 0
Silica cells are specialized leaf epidermal cells in grasses with almost the whole cell volume filled with solid silica. In sorghum, silica deposition in silica cells takes place in young, elongating leaves around the mid-length of the leaf. We ...
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