Elizabeth A. Kellogg, PhD

Member
Donald Danforth Plant Science Center
Adjunct Professor
Biology

Plant and Microbial Biosciences Program
Evolution, Ecology and Population Biology Program
Molecular Genetics and Genomics Program

  • 314-587-1490

  • 314-587-1590

  • 975 North Warson Road, St. Louis, MO 63132

  • ekellogg@danforthcenter.org

  • http://kellogglab.weebly.com/

  • plant evolution; evo-devo; genomics; phylogeny

  • Identifying deep similarities among plants as apparently disparate as rice, wheat, maize, and the other cereals

Research Abstract:

The Kellogg lab`s work identifies deep similarities among plants as apparently disparate as rice, wheat, maize, and the other cereals. Because similarity and difference are two sides of the same coin, in the process they have also discovered genes that contribute to the diversity of the great cereals of the world.

Selected Publications:

McSteen, P. and E.A. Kellogg. 2022. Molecular, cellular, and developmental foundations of grass diversity. Science 377: 599-602.

Kellogg, E. A. 2022. Genetic control of branching patterns in grass inflorescences. Plant Cell 34: 2518-2533. https://doi.org/10.1093/plcell/koac080

Zhu, C., M. S. Box, D. Thiruppathi, H. Hu, Y. Yu, C. Martin, A. N. Doust, P. McSteen and E. A. Kellogg. 2022. Pleiotropic and non-redundant effects of an auxin importer in Setaria and maize. Plant Physiology 189: 715-734.

Gallaher, T. J., P. M. Peterson, R. J. Soreng, F. O. Zuloaga, D.-Z. Li, L. G. Clark, C. D. Tyrrell, C. A. D. Welker, and E. A. Kellogg. 2022. Grasses through space and time: an overview of the biogeographical and macroevolutionary history of Poaceae. Journal of Systematics and Evolution 60: 522-569. https://doi.org/10.1111/jse.12857

Seetharam, A., Y. Yu, S. Belanger, L. G. Clark, B. C. Meyers, E. A. Kellogg and M. B. Hufford. 2021. The Streptochaeta genome and the evolution of the grasses. Frontiers in Plant Science 12: 710383.

Last Updated: 11/12/2022 5:56:54 PM

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