Co-Director, Center for Biorenewables; Professor of Biology
In vivo imaging of plant cell wall dynamics. Molecular genetic analysis of genes involved in cell growth. Cell wall biosynthesis in dividing cells. Cell wall engineering for sustainable bioenergy production.
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These publication tags are generated from the output of this researcher. Click any tag below to view other Huck researchers working on the same topic.Arabidopsis Pectins Cell Walls Cell Wall Morphogenesis Cellulose Plant Development Polygalacturonase Cells Plant Cells Microtubules Biosynthesis Polygalacturonic Acid Proteins Cellulose Synthase Seedlings Guard Cells Sugars Pectin Cell Growth Growth And Development Adhesion Methyltransferases Polysaccharides Growth
Most Recent Publications
Role of cell wall anisotropy on guard cell mechanics in Arabidopsis thaliana
Sedighe Keynia, Leila Jaafar, Yintong Chen, Dolzodmaa Davaasuren, James Z. Wang, You Zhou, Wenlong Li, Charles T. Anderson, Joseph A. Turner, 2023, Biophysical Journal on p. 24a-25a
Functions of Plant Cell Walls in Root Growth and Environmental Interactions
Ellen Zelinsky, Charles T. Anderson, 2023, on p. 33-46
Dolzodmaa Davaasuren, Yintong Chen, Leila Jaafar, Rayna Marshall, Angelica L. Dunham, Charles T. Anderson, James Wang, 2022, Patterns
Polygalacturonase activity promotes aberrant cell separation in the quasimodo2 mutant of Arabidopsis thaliana
William J. Barnes, Ellen Zelinsky, Charles T. Anderson, 2022, Cell Surface
Juan Du, Mei Ruan, Xiaokun Li, Qiuyan Lan, Qing Zhang, Shuang Hao, Xin Gou, Charles T. Anderson, Chaowen Xiao, 2022, Z. PFLANZENPHYSIOL.
Turgor pressure change in stomatal guard cells arises from interactions between water influx and mechanical responses of their cell walls
Hojae Yi, Yintong Chen, Charles T. Anderson, 2022, Quantitative Plant Biology
Author Correction: Dynamics of pectic homogalacturonan in cellular morphogenesis and adhesion, wall integrity sensing and plant development (Nature Plants, (2022), 8, 4, (332-340), 10.1038/s41477-022-01120-2)
Juan Du, Charles T. Anderson, Chaowen Xiao, 2022, Nature Plants on p. 721
Dynamics of pectic homogalacturonan in cellular morphogenesis and adhesion, wall integrity sensing and plant development
Juan Du, Charles T. Anderson, Chaowen Xiao, 2022, Nature Plants on p. 332-340
Arabidopsis pavement cell morphogenesis requires FERONIA binding to pectin for activation of ROP GTPase signaling
Wenwei Lin, Wenxin Tang, Xue Pan, Aobo Huang, Xiuqin Gao, Charles T. Anderson, Zhenbiao Yang, 2022, Current Biology on p. 497-507.e4
Byung Ho Kang, Charles T. Anderson, Shin Ichi Arimura, Emmanuelle Bayer, Magdalena Bezanilla, Miguel A. Botella, Federica Brandizzi, Tessa M. Burch-Smith, Kent D. Chapman, Kai Dünser, Yangnan Gu, Yvon Jaillais, Helmut Kirchhoff, Marisa S. Otegui, Abel Rosado, Yu Tang, Jürgen Kleine-Vehn, Pengwei Wang, Bethany Karlin Zolman, 2022, Plant Cell on p. 10-52
The endocytosis of cellulose synthase in arabidopsis is dependent on μ2, a clathrin-mediated endocytosis adaptin
Logan Bashline, Shundai Li, Charles T. Anderson, Lei Lei, Ying Gu, 2013, Plant Physiology on p. 150-160
POLYGALACTURONASE INVOLVED IN EXPANSION1 functions in cell elongation and flower development in Arabidopsis
Chaowen Xiao, Chris Somerville, Charles T. Anderson, 2014, Plant Cell on p. 1018-1035
Xyloglucan deficiency disrupts microtubule stability and cellulose biosynthesis in arabidopsis, altering cell growth and morphogenesis<sup>1[OPEN]</sup>
Chaowen Xiao, Tian Zhang, Yunzhen Zheng, Daniel J. Cosgrove, Charles T. Anderson, 2016, Plant Physiology on p. 234-249
Chaowen Xiao, Charles T. Anderson, 2013, Frontiers in Plant Science
Charles T. Anderson, Joseph J. Kieber, 2020, Annual Review of Plant Physiology and Plant Molecular Biology on p. 39-69
POLYGALACTURONASE INVOLVED IN EXPANSION3 functions in seedling development, rosette growth, and stomatal dynamics in Arabidopsis thaliana
Yue Rui, Chaowen Xiao, Hojae Yi, Baris Kandemir, James Z. Wang, Virendra M. Puri, Charles T. Anderson, 2017, Plant Cell on p. 2413-2432
Charles T. Anderson, 2016, Journal of Experimental Botany on p. 495-502
The fragile fiber1 kinesin contributes to cortical microtubule-mediated trafficking of cell wall components
Chuanmei Zhu, Anindya Ganguly, Tobias I. Baskin, Daniel D. McClosky, Charles T. Anderson, Cliff Foster, Kristoffer A. Meunier, Ruth Okamoto, Howard Berg, Ram Dixit, 2015, Plant Physiology on p. 780-792
Release, Recycle, Rebuild: Cell-Wall Remodeling, Autodegradation, and Sugar Salvage for New Wall Biosynthesis during Plant Development
William J. Barnes, Charles T. Anderson, 2018, Molecular Plant on p. 31-46
Yue Rui, Charles T. Anderson, 2016, Plant Physiology on p. 1398-1419
News Articles Featuring Charles Anderson
Jun 12, 2023
Penn State announces tenure-line faculty promotions, effective July 1, 2023
The following is a list of academic promotions for tenured and tenure-line faculty members at Penn State, effective July 1, 2023.
Dec 09, 2022
Novel 3D imaging model may show path to more water-efficient plants
Changes in Earth’s orbit that favored hotter conditions may have helped trigger a rapid global warming event 56 million years ago that is considered an analogue for modern climate change, according to an international team of scientists.
Nov 01, 2022
Scientist sees Penn State as a 'living lab' for climate action
With the University working to draw down greenhouse gas emissions and reduce its carbon footprint, plant biologist Charlie Anderson is likewise advancing the cause of a greener, more-sustainable future through research and advocacy.
Feb 17, 2021
Silencing the alarm
An enzyme in the saliva of certain insects prevents their food plants from warning neighboring plants of an attack.
Jun 08, 2020
Research team to study food resilience in the face of catastrophic global events
An interdisciplinary team of Penn State professors has received $3 million from Open Philanthropy to study food resilience in the face of potentially catastrophic global events.
Jul 03, 2019
Cell Dynamics takes center stage at 2019 Plant Biology Symposium
The 22nd Penn State Plant Biology Symposium was "a great success," according to organizers, who joined it with the Plant Cell Dynamics VIII meeting in an effort to encourage wider collaborations.
Apr 11, 2019
New SCATTIRSTORM microscope could improve bioenergy production
The construction of a new multimodal optical microscope, SCATTIRSTORM, that could enable more efficient bioenergy production, is the focus of a three-year, $1.5 million, U.S. Department of Energy grant awarded to three Penn State researchers.