Hannah Kinmonth-Schultz

Post-doctoral Researcher
Primary office:
785-864-3848
8026 Haworth Hall


Summary

Faculty Sponsor:  Joy Ward

Selected Publications:

  • Kinmonth-Schultz, H.A., MacEwen, M., J.S., Seaton, D.D., Miller, A.J., Imaizumi, T., and Kim, S.-H. 2019. An emplanatory model of temperature influence on flowering through whole-plant accumulation of FT in Arabidopsis thaliana.  Silico Plants: https://doi.org/10.1093/insilicoplants/diz006
  • Boiteau, R.M., Hoyt, D.W., Nicora, C.D., Kinmonth-Schultz, H.A., Ward, J.K., and Bingol, K. 2018.  Structure elucidation of unknown metabolites in matabolomics by combined NMR and MS/MS prediction.  Metabolites 8:8.
  • Kinmonth-Schultz, H., Song, Y.H., Ito, S., Lee, J.S., Kim, S.-H. and Imaizumi, T.  2016. Cool nighttime temperatures induce the expression of Constants and Flowering Locus to regulate flowering in Arabidopsis.New Phytologist 211(1): 208-224.

Recent Presentations:

  • Kinmonth-Schultz, H.A. and Ward, J. 2019. Do changes in carbohydrate status under elevated [CO2] correlate with delayed flowering in an Arabidopsis genotype selected for high fitness at elevated [CO2]? Gordon Conference, CO2 Assimilation in Plants from Genome to Biome, Newry, ME.

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