Professor of Biology
B.S. - University of Michigan
Courses: Cell and Molecular Biology (214), Plant Biology (BIO 360), Plant Physiology (455/555)
Research Interests: Plant Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.
Reinhold, H., S. Soyk, K. Simkova, C. Hostettler, J. Marafino*, S. Mainiero*, C.K. Vaughan, J.D. Monroe and S.C. Zeeman (2011) Beta-amylase-like proteins function as transcription factors in Arabidopsis, controlling shoot growth and development. The Plant Cell, 23: 1391-403.
Temple, L., Cresawn, S., and Monroe. J. (2010) Genomics and Bioinformatics in undergraduate curricula: Contexts for hybrid lab/lecture courses for entering and advanced science students. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education. 38: 23-28.
Doyle, E.A., A.M. Lane*, J.M. Sides*. M.B. Mudgett, and J.D. Monroe. (2007) An α-amylase (At4g25000) in Arabidopsis leaves is secreted and induced by biotic and abiotic stress. Plant Cell and Environment 30: 388–398.
Monroe, J.D., M.L. Garcia-Cazarin, K.A. Poliquin*, and S.K. Aivano* (2003) Antisense Arabidopsis plants indicate that apoplastic α−glucosidase has α−xylosidase activity. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 41: 877-885.
Monroe, J.D., C.M. Gough, L.E. Chandler*, C.M. Loch*, J.E. Ferrante*, and P.W. Wright* (1999) Structure, properties, and tissue localization of apoplastic α-glucosidase in crucifers. Plant Physiology, 119: 385-397.