Dr Tim Langdon

Dr Tim Langdon

Senior Lecturer

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Expression of a fungal ferulic acid esterase in suspension cultures of tall fescue (Festuca arundinacea) decreases cell wall feruloylation and increases rates of cell wall digestionMorris, P., Dalton, S., Langdon, T., Hauck, B. & Buanafina, M. M. D. O. 2017 In : Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture.129, 2, p. 181-19313 p.
High-density marker profiling confirms ancestral genomes of Avena species and identifies D-genome chromosomes of hexaploid oatYan, H., Bekele, W. A., Wight, C. P., Peng, Y., Langdon, T., Latta, R. G., Fu, Y-B., Diederichsen, A., Howarth, C., Jellen, E. N., Boyle, B., Wei, Y. & Tinker, N. A. 2016 In : Theoretical and Applied Genetics.129, 11, p. 213302149
A Consensus Map in Cultivated Hexaploid Oat Reveals Conserved Grass Synteny with Substantial Subgenome RearrangementChaffin, A. S., Huang, Y-F., Smith, S., Bekele, W. A., Babiker, E., Gnanesh, B. N., Foresman, B. J., Blanchard, S. G., Jay, J. J., Reid, R. W., Wight, C. P., Chao, S., Oliver, R. E., Islamovic, E., Kolb, F. L., Mccartney, C., Mitchell Fetch, J. W., Beattie, A. D., Bjørnstad, Å., Bonman, J. M., Langdon, T., Howarth, C., Brouwer, C. R., Jellen, E. N., Esvelt Klos, K., Poland, J. A., Hsieh, T., Brown, R., Jackson, E. W., Schlueter, J. A. & Tinker, N. A. 2016 In : The Plant Genome.9, 2, 0102
Achievements and impact of the Collaborative Oat Research Enterprise (CORE)Tinker, N. A., Jackson, E. W., Snyder, S., Tiede, T., Azar, C., Babiker, E., Beuch, S., Bjørnstad, Å., Ceplitis, A., Chao, S., Cowan, S., Dumlupinar, Z., Esvelt Klos, K., Fetch, T., Harrison, S., Howarth, C., Hu, G., Huang, Y-F., Isidro Sanchez, J., Jellen, R., Kolb, F., Langdon, T., Ma, B., Maughan, J., McCartney, C., McMullen, M., Miller, S., Mitchell Fetch, J., Paczos-Grzęda, E., Peng, Y., Prats, E., Ren, C., Singh, J., Sorrells, M. E., Tumino, G., Vallenback, P., Wight, C. P., Winkler, L. & Zwer, P. 2016 18 ed.Oat Newsletter. 26 p.
Genetic identification of Kazakhstan Oat varietiesNurpeissov, M., Abugaliyeva, A. & Langdon, T. 2015 In : Biosciences Biotechnology Research Asia.12, 3, p. 2227-22337 p.
Functional co-expression of a fungal ferulic acid esterase and a β-1, 4 endoxylanase in Festuca arundinacea (tall fescue) modifies post-harvest cell wall deconstructionBuanafina, M. M. D. O., Dalton, S., Langdon, T., Timms-Taravella, E., Shearer, E. A. & Morris, P. 2015 In : Planta.242, 1, p. 97-11114 p.
Genome-wide association study for crown rust (Puccinia coronata f. sp. avenae) and powdery mildew (Blumeria graminis f. sp. avenae) resistance in an oat (Avena sativa) collection of commercial varieties and landracesMontilla-Bascón, G., Rispail, N., Sánchez-Martín, J., Rubiales, D., Mur, L. A. J., Langdon, T., Howarth, C. J. & Prats, E. 2015 In : Frontiers in Plant Science.6, 103
Progress in Oat FISHIS and Chromosome Specific SequencingGiorgi, D., Farina, A., Langdon, T., Hegarty, M., Bisaga, M. R. & Lucretti, S. 2015
Genetic Diversity and Population Structure Among Oat Cultivars and LandracesMontilla-Bascón, G., Sánchez-Martín, J., Rispail, N., Rubiales, D., Mur, L., Langdon, T., Griffiths, I., Howarth, C. & Prats, E. 2013 In : Plant Molecular Biology Reporter.31, 6, p. 1305-1314
Crops that feed the world 9. Oats- a cereal crop for human and livestock feed with industrial applicationsMarshall, A. H., Cowan, A. A., Edwards, S., Griffiths, I. M., Howarth, C. J., Langdon, T. & White, E. 2013 In : Food Security.5, 1, p. 13-3320 p.
The Plant Nucleus at War and Peace: Genome Organization in the Interphase NucleusJones, R. N. & Langdon, T. 2013 Plant Genome Diversity Volume 2: Physical Structure, Behaviour and Evolution of Plant Genomes. Greilhuber, J., Dolezel, J. & Wendel, J. F. (eds.). Springer Nature, Vol. 2, p. 13-31
Expression of a Trichoderma reesei β-1,4 endo-xylanase in tall fescue modifies cell wall structure and digestibility and elicits pathogen defence responsesBuanafina, M. M. D. O., Langdon, T., Dalton, S. & Morris, P. 2012 In : Planta.236, 6, p. 1757-1774 18 p.
Cytomolecular analyses in Brachypodium and their role in sequencing of B. stacei and B. hybridum genomesHasterok, R., Betekhtin, B., Bevan, M., Borowska, N., Breda, E., Catalan, F., Febrer, M., Idziak, D., Jankowska, M., Jenkins, G. & Langdon, T. 2012 p. WO93
Evolution and taxonomic split of the model grass Brachypodium distachyonCatalán, P., Müller, J., Hasterok, R., Jenkins, G., Mur, L. A. J., Langdon, T., Betekhtin, A., Siwinska, D., Pimentel, M. & López-Alvarez, D. 2012 In : Annals of Botany.109, 2, p. 385-40521 p.
Genetic transformation of Miscanthus sinensis with a ferulic acid esterase geneDalton, S. J., Gallagher, J. A., Winters, A. L., Langdon, T., Timms-Taravella, E. & Donnison, I. S. 2011
Compact genomes and complex evolution in the genus BrachypodiumWolny, E., Lesniewska, K., Hasterok, R. & Langdon, T. 2011 In : Chromosoma.120, 2, p. 199-21214 p.
Genetic transformation of Miscanthus sinensis with FAEDalton, S. J., Winters, A. L., Langdon, T., Timms-Taravella, E. & Donnison, I. S. 2011
Harnessing new technologies for sustainable oat production and utilisationMarshall, A. H., Cowan, A. A., Howarth, C. J. & Langdon, T. 2011 Home-Grown Cereals Authority. (HGCA Research and Development Annual Project Report 2011, RD-2008-3566)
Brachypodium distachyon: purple false brome – true hopes?Betekhtin, A., Borowska, N., Breda, E., Idziak, D., Jenkins, G., Langdon, T., Lesniewska, K., Wolny, E. & Hasterok, R. 2011
Targeting expression of a fungal ferulic acid esterase to the apoplast, endoplasmic reticulum or golgi can disrupt feruloylation of the growing cell wall and increase the biodegradability of tall fescue (Festuca arundinacea)Buanafina, M. M. D. O., Langdon, T., Hauck, B. D., Dalton, S. J., Timms-Taravella, E. J. & Morris, P. 2010 In : Plant Biotechnology Journal.8, 3, p. 316-33116 p.
Fragments of the key flowering gene GIGANTEA are associated with helitron-type sequences in the Pooideae grass Lolium perenneLangdon, T., Thomas, A., Huang, L., Farrar, K., King, J. & Armstead, I. 2009 In : BMC Plant Biology.9, 70
New DArT markers for oat provide enhanced map coverage and global germplasm characterizationTinker, N. A., Kilian, A., Wight, C. P., Heller-Uszynska, K., Wenzl, P., Rines, H. W., Bjørnstad, A., Howarth, C. J., Jannink, J-L., Anderson, J. M., Rossnagel, B. G., Stuthman, D. D., Sorrells, M. E., Jackson, E. W., Tuvesson, S., Kolb, F. L., Olsson, O., Federizzi, L. C., Carson, M. L., Ohm, H. W., Molnar, S. J., Scoles, G. J., Eckstein, P. E., Bonman, J. M., Ceplitis, A. & Langdon, T. 2009 In : BMC Genomics.10, 1, p. 39 39
The incorporation of important traits underlying sustainable development of the oat crop through combining 'conventional' phenotypic selection with molecular marker technologies (OatLINK)Marshall, A. H., Howarth, C. J., Cowan, A. A., Langdon, T., Valentine, J. & McDevitt, J. E. 2009 Prifysgol Aberystwyth | Aberystwyth University. 42 p. (HGCA Final Report on project RD-2004-2957)
Expression of a fungal ferulic acid esterase increases cell wall digestibility of tall fescue (Festuca arundinacea)Buanafina, M. M. D. O., Langdon, T., Hauck, B. D., Dalton, S. J. & Morris, P. 2008 In : Plant Biotechnology Journal.6, 3, p. 264-28017 p.
Introgression of traits from wild ancestors into cultivated oatHowarth, C. J., Cowan, A. A., Leggett, J. M. & Langdon, T. 2008 p. W47
The use of genetic mapping to access and understand valuable traits in wild relatives of the cultivated oatHowarth, C. J., Cowan, A. A., Leggett, J. M. & Langdon, T. 2008
Identification of markers associated with traits of agronomic importance in winter oatsHowarth, C. J., Cowan, A. A., Griffiths, I. M. & Langdon, T. 2008
OATLINK ReportMarshall, A. H., Cowan, A. A., Howarth, C. J., McDevitt, J. E., Langdon, T. & Valentine, J. 2008 Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. 5 p. (Annual OATLINK Report for DEFRA SAL LINK)
Molecular and cytogenetic study of mobile elements as genome-specific sequences in Avena speciesWnetrzak, J., Evans, A. L. W., Howarth, C. J., Langdon, T. & Hasterok, R. 2008
The use of genetic mapping to access valuable traits in wild oatsHowarth, C., Cowan, A., Leggett, J. M. & Langdon, T. 2008
Multi-substrate chromosome preparations for high throughput FISHHasterok, R., Dulawa, J., Jenkins, G. M., Leggett, J. M. & Langdon, T. 2006 In : BMC Biotechnology.6, 20
Manipulating the phenolic acid content and digestibility of Italian ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum) by vacuolar targeted expression of a fungal ferulic acid esteraseBuanafina, M. M. D. O., Langdon, T., Hauck, B., Dalton, S. & Morris, P. 2006 In : Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology.130, 1-3, p. 416-426
Manipulating cell wall phenolic composition by targeted expression of fungal enzymes towards more digestible grassesDalton, S., Langdon, T., Buanafina, M. M. D. O., Hauck, B. & Morris, P. 2006
Development of markers for oil and other traits of agronomic importance in oatsHowarth, C., Langdon, T., Cowan, A. & Valentine, J. 2006
Chromatin immunoprecipitation cloning reveals rapid and erratic evolutionary patterns of centromeric DNA in Oryza speciesLee, H. R., Zhang, W., Langdon, T., Jin, W., Yan, H., Cheng, Z. K. & Jiang, J. M. 2005 In : Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America.102, 33, p. 11793-117986 p.
Phylogeny of ACCase in AvenaHowarth, C. J., Leggett, J. M., Langdon, T. & Valentine, J. 2005 p. 3-53 p.
Strategies for the study of meiosis in ryeJenkins, G. M., Mikhailova, E. I., Langdon, T., Tikholiz, O. A., Sosnikhina, S. P. & Jones, R. N. 2005 In : Cytogenetic and Genome Research.109, 1-3, p. 1-33 p.
Manipulating the phenolic acid content and digestibility of forage grasses by targeted expression of fungal cell wall degrading enzymesHauck, B. D., Dalton, S. J., Buanafina, M. M. D. O., Langdon, T., Porter, H., Morris, P. & Humphreys, M. O. (ed.) 2005 p. 978-9013 p.
Development and use of markers for oil in oatsHowarth, C., Langdon, T., Cowan, A., Leggett, M. & Valentine, J. 2004 p. 531 p.
A high-copy number CACTA family transposon in temperate grasses and cerealsLangdon, T., Jenkins, G. M., Hasterok, R., Jones, R. N. & King, I. P. 2003 In : Genetics.163, 3, p. 1097-110812 p.
One hundred years of progress in cereal breeding from Mendel to molecular selection - OatsValentine, J., Cowan, A. A., Howarth, C. J. & Langdon, T. 2003 From biodiversity to genomics: breeding strategies for small grain cereals in the third Millennium . Mare, C., Faccioli, P. & Stanca, A. M. (eds.). Istituto Sperimentale per la Cerealicoltura, p. 79-824 p.
The nature and destiny of translocated B-chromosome-specific satellite DNA of ryeHasterok, R., Jenkins, G. M., Langdon, T. & Jones, R. N. 2002 In : Chromosome Research.10, 1, p. 83-864 p.
Combinatorial labelling of DNA probes enables multicolour fluorescence in situ hybridisation in plantsHasterok, R., Langdon, T., Taylor, S. & Jenkins, G. M. 2002 In : Folia Histochemica et Cytobiologica.40, 3, p. 319-3235 p.
Functional rice centromeres are marked by a satellite repeat and a centromere-specific retrotransposonCheng, Z. K., Dong, F. G., Langdon, T., Ouyang, S., Buell, C. R., Gu, M., Blattner, F. R. & Jiang, J. M. 2002 In : Plant Cell.14, 8, p. 1691-170414 p.
Targeted expression of a ferulic acid esterase from Aspergillus niger in leaves of forage grassesBuanafina, M. M. D. O., Langdon, T., Hicks, H., Hauck, B. D., Dalton, S. J. & Morris, P. 2002 Multifunctional Grassland: Quality Forages, Animal Products and Landscapes. Durand, J. L., Emile, J-C., Huyghe, C. & Lemaire, G. (eds.). British Grassland Society, Vol. 7, p. 66-694 p. (Grassland Science in Europe)
Ribosomal DNA is an effective marker of Brassica chromosomesHasterok, R., Jenkins, G. M., Langdon, T., Jones, R. N. & Maluszynska, J. 2001 In : Theoretical and Applied Genetics.103, 4, p. 486-4905 p.
Retrotransposon Evolution in Diverse Plant GenomesLangdon, T., Seago, C. M., Mende, M., Leggett, J. M., Thomas, H., Forster, J. W., Thomas, H., Jones, R. N. & Jenkins, G. 2000 In : Genetics.156, 1, p. 313-32512 p.
De Novo Evolution of Satellite DNA on the Rye B ChromosomeLangdon, T., Seago, C. M., Jones, R. N., Ougham, H., Thomas, H., Forster, J. W. & Jenkins, G. 2000 In : Genetics.154, 2, p. 869-88415 p.