Michael Campbell

Professor of Biology

Huck Affiliations

Publication Tags

Genes Solanum Tuberosum Cytokinins Growth Tubers Potatoes Gene Expression Proteins Gibberellins Chlorpropham 1,4 Dimethylnaphthalene Meristem Dna Isomerases Complementary Dna Plastids Amino Acids Transcriptome Cell Cycle Hormones Prunus Serotina Phenotype Cell Proliferation Genetic Variation Indoleacetic Acids

Most Recent Papers

Exposure of Potato Tuber to Varying Concentrations of 1,4-Dimethylnaphthalene Decrease the Expression of Transcripts for Plastid Proteins

Michael A. Campbell, Olivia D’Annibale, 2016, American Journal of Potato Research on p. 278-287

Wounding induces changes in cytokinin and auxin content in potato tuber, but does not induce formation of gibberellins

Edward C. Lulai, Jeffrey C. Suttle, Linda L. Olson, Jonathan D. Neubauer, Larry G. Campbell, Michael A. Campbell, 2016, Journal of Plant Physiology on p. 22-28

Treatment of potato tubers with the synthetic cytokinin 1-(α-ethylbenzyl)-3-nitroguanidine results in rapid termination of endodormancy and induction of transcripts associated with cell proliferation and growth

Michael Campbell, Jeffrey Suttle, David S. Douches, C. Robin Buell, 2014, Functional and Integrative Genomics on p. 789-799

The sprout inhibitor 1,4-dimethylnaphthalene induces the expression of the cell cycle inhibitors KRP1 and KRP2 in potatoes

Michael A. Campbell, Alyssa Gleichsner, Lindsay Hilldorfer, David Horvath, Jeffrey Suttle, 2012, Functional and Integrative Genomics on p. 533-541

Multiple introductions boosted genetic diversity in the invasive range of black cherry (Prunus serotina; Rosaceae)

Marie Pairon, Blaise Petitpierre, Michael Campbell, Antoine Guisan, Olivier Broennimann, Philippe V. Baret, Anne Laure Jacquemart, Guillaume Besnard, 2010, Annals of botany on p. 881-890

The sprout inhibitors chlorpropham and 1,4-dimethylnaphthalene elicit different transcriptional profiles and do not suppress growth through a prolongation of the dormant state

Michael A. Campbell, Alyssa Gleichsner, Roxanne Alsbury, David Horvath, Jeffrey Suttle, 2010, Plant molecular biology on p. 181-189

Agrobacterium-mediated transformation of tomato elicits unexpected flower phenotypes with similar gene expression profiles

Yi Hong Wang, Michael A. Campbell, 2008, PloS one

Analysis of rDNA regions of five freshwater unionid mussel species in Presque Isle Bay, Southeastern Lake Erie

Trevor J. Manendo, Michael A. Campbell, Herbert H. Gilroy, Edwin C. Masteller, 2008, Journal of Great Lakes Research on p. 204-209

Genes encoding for branched-chain amino acid aminotransferase are differentially expressed in plants

Michael A. Campbell, Jignesh K. Patel, Julie L. Meyers, Lindsey C. Myrick, Jeffrey L. Gustin, 2001, Plant Physiology and Biochemistry on p. 855-860

Analysis of the isopentenyl disphosphate isomerase gene from Arabidopsis thaliana

Michael Campbell, Frederick M. Hahn, C. Dale Poulter, Thomas Leustek, 1998, Plant molecular biology on p. 323-328

Most-Cited Papers

Multiple introductions boosted genetic diversity in the invasive range of black cherry (Prunus serotina; Rosaceae)

Marie Pairon, Blaise Petitpierre, Michael Campbell, Antoine Guisan, Olivier Broennimann, Philippe V. Baret, Anne Laure Jacquemart, Guillaume Besnard, 2010, Annals of botany on p. 881-890

The sprout inhibitors chlorpropham and 1,4-dimethylnaphthalene elicit different transcriptional profiles and do not suppress growth through a prolongation of the dormant state

Michael A. Campbell, Alyssa Gleichsner, Roxanne Alsbury, David Horvath, Jeffrey Suttle, 2010, Plant molecular biology on p. 181-189

Wounding induces changes in cytokinin and auxin content in potato tuber, but does not induce formation of gibberellins

Edward C. Lulai, Jeffrey C. Suttle, Linda L. Olson, Jonathan D. Neubauer, Larry G. Campbell, Michael A. Campbell, 2016, Journal of Plant Physiology on p. 22-28

The sprout inhibitor 1,4-dimethylnaphthalene induces the expression of the cell cycle inhibitors KRP1 and KRP2 in potatoes

Michael A. Campbell, Alyssa Gleichsner, Lindsay Hilldorfer, David Horvath, Jeffrey Suttle, 2012, Functional and Integrative Genomics on p. 533-541

Treatment of potato tubers with the synthetic cytokinin 1-(α-ethylbenzyl)-3-nitroguanidine results in rapid termination of endodormancy and induction of transcripts associated with cell proliferation and growth

Michael Campbell, Jeffrey Suttle, David S. Douches, C. Robin Buell, 2014, Functional and Integrative Genomics on p. 789-799

Exposure of Potato Tuber to Varying Concentrations of 1,4-Dimethylnaphthalene Decrease the Expression of Transcripts for Plastid Proteins

Michael A. Campbell, Olivia D’Annibale, 2016, American Journal of Potato Research on p. 278-287