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  1. Sasidharan R. 2022. Ethylene - the lifeguard hormone. Nature Reviews Mol Cell Biol

  2. Morales A, ........van Zanten M, Sasidharan R. 2022. Effects of sub-lethal single, simultaneous, and sequential abiotic stresses on phenotypic traits of Arabidopsis thaliana. AoB Plants

  3. Liu, Hartman, van Veen....Sasidharan R. 2022. Ethylene augments root hypoxia tolerance via growth cessation and ROS amelioration. Plant Physiology.

  4. Toulotte JM, Pantazapoulou C, Sanclemente MA....Sasidharan R. 2022. Water stress resilient cereal crops: lessons from wild relatives. J Int Pl Biol 

  5. Huber M, .....Sasidharan R, Pierik R. 2021. Towards increased shading potential: a combined phenotypic and genetic analysis of rice shoot architecture. PREPRINT.

  6. Sasidharan R, Schippers JHM, Schmidt RR 2021. Redox and low-oxygen stress: signal integration and interplay. Plant Physiol.186:66-78 doi: 10.1093/plphys/kiaa081

  7. Rankenberg T, Geldhof B, van Veen H, Holsteens K, van de Poel B, Sasidharan R. 2021 Trends Plant Sci 26:692-705. 

  8. Sasidharan R, Voesenek LACJ, Perata P (2021) Plant performance and food security in a wetter world. New Phytol. 229: 5-7 doi: 10.1111/nph.17067

  9. Van Veen H, Sasidharan R. Shape shifting by amphibious plants in dynamic hydrological niches. New Phytol. 2021 doi: 10.1111/nph.16347

  10. Müller JT, van Veen H, Bartylla MM, Akman M, Pedersen O, Sun P, Schuurink RC, Takeuchi J, Todoroki Y, Weig AR, Sasidharan R, Mustroph A. Keeping the shoot above water–submergence triggers antithetical growth responses in stems and petioles of watercress (Nasturtium officinale). New Phytol. 2019.doi: 10.1111/nph.16350

  11. Hartman S, Liu Z, van Veen H, Vicente Conde J, Reinen E, Martopawiro S, Zhang H, van Dongen N, Bosman F, Bassel G, Visser EJW, Bailey-Serres J, Theodoulou F, Hebelstrup K, Gibbs DJ, Holdsworth MJ, Sasidharan R*, Voesenek LACJ*. 2019. Ethylene-mediated nitric oxide depletion pre-adapts plants to hypoxia stress. Nature Comms. doi:10.1038/s41467-019-12045-4 *Shared senior authors.  

  12. Waidmann S, Rosquete MR, Scholler M, Lindner H, LaRue T, Sarkel E, Petrik I, Dunser K, Martopawiro S, Sasidharan R, Novak O. Cytokinin functions as an asymmetric and anti-gravitropic signal in lateral roots. 2019. Nature Comms doi:10.1038/s41467-019-11483-4

  13. Yeung E, Bailey-Serres J, Sasidharan R. (2019). After the deluge: plant revival post flooding. Trends in Plant Science. doi.:10.1016/j.tplants.2019.02.007

  14. Yeung E, van Veen H, Vashisht D, Sobral Paiva AL, Hummel M, Rankenberg T, Steffens B, Steffen-Heins A, Sauter M, de Vries M, Schuurink RC, Bazin J, Bailey-Serres J, Voesenek LACJ, Sasidharan R. (2018). A stress recovery signalling network for enhanced flooding tolerance in Arabidopsis thaliana. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 26:E6085-E6094.

  15. Sasidharan R, Hartman S, Liu Z, Martopawiro S, Sajeev N, van veen H, Yeung E, Voesenek LACJ (2018) Signal dynamics and interactions during flooding stress. Plant Physiology. 176:1106-1117.

  16. Sasidharan R, Bailey-Serres J, Ashikari M, Atwell B, …….Visser E, Voesenek LACJ (2017) Community recommendations on terminology and procedures used in flooding and low oxygen stress research. New Phytologist. DOI 10.1111/nph.14519

  17. Ravanbakhsh M, Sasidharan R, Voesenek LACJ, Kowalchuk GA, Jousset A (2017) ACC deaminase-producing rhizosphere bacteria modulate plant responses to flooding. Journal of Ecology. 10.1111/1365-2745.12721

  18. Das D, St Onge K, Voesenek LACJ, Pierik R, Sasidharan R (2016) Ethylene-and shade-induced hypocotyl elongation involve shared transcriptome patterns and functional regulators. Plant Physiology. 172:718-733

  19. van Veen H, Vashisht D, Akman M, Girke T, Mustroph A, Reinen E, Hartman S, Kooiker M, van Tienderen PH, Schranz ME, Bailey-Serres J, Voesenek LACJ, Sasidharan R (2016) Transcriptomes of eight Arabidopsis thaliana accessions reveal core conserved, genotype- and organ-specific responses to flooding stress. Plant Physiology. 172:668-689

  20. Voesenek LACJ, Sasidharan R, Visser EJW, Bailey-Serres J (2016) Flooding stress signaling through perturbations in oxygen, ethylene, nitric oxide and light. New Phytologist. 209: 39-43.

  21. Voesenek LACJ, Pierik R, Sasidharan R (2015) Plant life without ethylene. Trends in Plant Science 20:783-786.

  22. Sasidharan R, Voesenek LACJ (2015) Ethylene-mediated acclimations to flooding stress. Plant Physiology, 169: 3-12

  23. Riber W, Visser EJW, Sasidharan R, Voesenek LACJ, Mustroph A (2015) The green after extendend darkness 1 is an N-end rule pathway mutant with high tolerance to submergence and starvation Plant Physiology 167: 1616-1629

  24. Pucciariello C, Voesenek LACJ, Perata P, Sasidharan R (2014) Plant responses to flooding. Frontiers in Plant Science. 23:226.(Editorial for a special topic on flooding).

  25. Sasidharan R, Keuskamp DH, Kooke R, Voesenek LACJ and Pierik R (2014) Interactions between auxin, microtubules and XTHs mediate green shade-induced petiole elongation in Arabidopsis. PLoS ONE. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0090587.

  26. Van Veen H, Akman A, Jamar DCL, Vreugdenhil D, Kooiker M, van Tienderen PH, Voesenek LACJ, Schranz E, Sasidharan R (2014) Group VII Ethylene response factor diversification and regulation in four species from flood-prone environments. Plant Cell and Environment doi: 10.1111/pce.12302.

  27. Voesenek LACJ, van Veen H, Sasidharan R (2014)Learning from Nature: the use of non-model species to identify novel acclimations to flooding stress. AoB Plants 31;6. pii: plu016.

  28. Van Veen H, Mustroph A, Barding GA, Vergeer van Eijk M, Welschen-Evertman, RAM, Pedersen O, Visser EJW, Larive CK, Pierik R, Bailey-Serres J, Voesenek LACJ and Sasidharan R (2013) Two species from contrasting hydrological niches regulate flooding tolerance through distinct mechanisms. Plant Cell 25: 4691-4707.

  29. Sasidharan R, Mustroph A, Boonman A, Akman M, Ammerlaan JMH, Breit T, Schranz E, Voesenek LACJ and van Tienderen PH (2013) Root transcript profiling of two Rorippa (Brassicacea) reveals gene clusters associated with extreme submergence tolerance. Plant Physiology 163:1277-1292

  30. Voesenek L.A.C.J. and Sasidharan R (2013) Ethylene  and oxygen signaling drive plant survival during flooding. Strassburger review, Plant Biology. 15:426-435.


Peer-reviewed Book Chapters

  1. Mustroph A, Steffens B, Sasidharan R. (2018). Signalling interactions in flooding tolerance. Annual Plant Reviews Online. 

  2. van Veen H, Vashisht D, Voesenek LACJ and Sasidharan R (2013) Different survival strategies amongst plants to cope with underwater conditions. Low oxygen stress in plants: Oxygen sensing and adaptive responses to hypoxia. Plant Cell Monographs. Eds. Van Dongen JT, Licausi F. Springer NY.

  3. Mustroph A, Hess N and Sasidharan R (2013) Hypoxic energy metabolism and PPi as an alternative energy currency. Low oxygen stress in plants: Oxygen sensing and adaptive responses to hypoxia. Plant Cell Monographs. Eds. Van Dongen JT, Licausi F. Springer NY.


Invited Article Addenda

  1. Vashisht D, van Veen H, Akman M and Sasidharan R (2016) Variation in Arabidopsis flooding responses identifies numerous putative ‘tolerance genes’. Plant Signaling and Behaviour. 11: e1249083

  2. Akman M, Bhikarie AV, Mustroph A and Sasidharan R (2014) Extreme flooding tolerance in Rorippa. Plant Signaling and Behaviour 9:e27847

  3. Sasidharan R and Pierik R (2010) Cell wall modification involving XTHs controls phytochrome-mediated petiole elongation in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Signaling and Behaviour5:1491-1492

  4. Pierik R, Keuskamp DH, Sasidharan R, Djakovic-Petrovic T, de Wit M and Voesenek LACJ (2009) Light quality controls shoot elongation through regulation of multiple hormones. Plant Signaling and Behaviour 4:755-756.

  5. Sasidharan R, Chinnappa CC, Voesenek LACJ and Pierik R (2009) A molecular basis for the physiological variation in shade avoidance responses: a tale of two ecotypes. Plant Signaling and Behaviour4:528-529.

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