Prof Michael Hall

Prof Michael Hall

Emeritus Professor


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  • University Governor
    • Chairman, Estates Advisory Group


Perception and transduction of hormonal signals in plants, especially ethylene and cytokinins. Protein kinases, monomeric G-protein cascades, MAP kinase cascades. Responses of plants to abiotic stress, particularly metabolic profiling of saline-treated plants.


Novikova, GV, Mur, L, Nosov, AV, Fomenkov, AA, Mironov, KS, Mamaeva, AS, Shilov, ES, Rakitin, VY & Hall, M 2017, 'Nitric Oxide Has a Concentration-Dependent Effect on the Cell Cycle Acting via EIN2 in Arabidopsis thaliana Cultured Cells', Frontiers in Physiology, vol. 8, 142.
Sivakumaran, A, Akinyemi, A, Mandon, J, Cristescu, SM, Hall, M, Harren, FJM & Mur, L 2016, 'ABA Suppresses Botrytis cinerea Elicited NO Production in Tomato to Influence H2O2 Generation and Increase Host Susceptibility', Frontiers in Plant Science, vol. 7, no. N/A, 709.
Mamaeva, AS, Fomenkov, AA, Nosov, AV, Moshkov, IE, Mur, LAJ, Hall, MA & Novikova, GV 2015, 'Regulatory role of nitric oxide in plants', Russian Journal of Plant Physiology (Fiziologiya rastenii), vol. 62, no. 4, pp. 427-440.
Mur, LAJ, Prats, E, Pierre, S, Hall, M & Hebelstrup, KH 2013, 'Integrating nitric oxide into salicylic acid and jasmonic acid/ ethylene plant defense pathways', Frontiers in Plant Science, vol. 4, 215.
Mur, LAJ, Mandon, J, Persijn, S, Cristescu, SM, Moshkov, IE, Novikova, GV, Hall, M, Harren, FJM, Hebelstrup, KH & Gupta, KJ 2013, 'Nitric oxide in plants an assessment of the current state of knowledge', AoB PLANTS, vol. 5, pls052.
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