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Conn, C.E., Nelson, D.C. (2017) It’s not easy being not green: the making
of a parasitic plant. The Plant Cell 29(4): tpc.117.tt0417; DOI

Lopez-Obando, M., Conn, C.E., Hoffmann, B., Bythell-Douglas, R.,
Nelson, D.C., Rameau, C., Bonhomme, S. (2016) Structural modeling and
transcriptional responses highlight a clade of PpKAI2-LIKE genes as
candidate receptors for strigolactones in Physcomitrella patens. Planta
DOI 10.1007/s00425-016-2481-y.

Conn, C.E., Nelson, D.C. (2016) Evidence that KARRIKIN-INSENSITIVE2
(KAI2) receptors may perceive an unknown signal that is not karrikin or
strigolactone. Frontiers in Plant Science 6:1219. DOI 10.3389/fpls.2015.

Conn, C.E., Bythell-Douglas, R., Neumann, D., Yoshida, S., Whittington,
B., Westwood, J.H., Shirasu, K., Bond, C.S., Dyer, K.A., Nelson, D.C.
(2015) Convergent evolution of strigolactone perception enabled host
detection in parasitic plants. Science 349(6247): 540 – 543.

Hedges, S.B., Conn, C.E. (2012) A new skink fauna from Caribbean
islands (Squamata, Mabuyidae, Mabuyinae). Zootaxa 3288: 1 – 244.