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Hoang, Thi My Linh, Williams, Brett, & Mundree, Sagadevan (2016) Manipulation of programmed cell death pathways enhances osmotic stress tolerance in plants: Physiological and molecular insights. In Hossain, Mohammad Anwar, Wani, Shabir Hussain, Bhattacharjee, Soumen, Burritt, David J., & Tran, Lam-Son Phan (Eds.) Springer. Springer International Publishing, Switzerland, pp. 439-464.
Das Bhowmik, Sudipta S., Brinin, Anthony K., Williams, Brett, & Mundree, Sagadevan G. (2016) Sugarcane Biotechnology: Tapping Unlimited Potential. In O'Hara, Ian & Mundree, Sagadevan (Eds.) Sugarcane-Based Biofuels and Bioproducts. John Wiley & Sons, Inc, pp. 23-52.
Kabbage, Mehdi, Kessens, Ryan, Bartholomay, Lyric C., & Williams, Brett (2017) The life and death of a plant cell. Annual Review of Plant Biology. (In Press)
Chauhan, Yashvir, Allard, Samantha, Williams, Rex, Williams, Brett, Mundree, Sagadevan, Chenu, Karine, et al. (2017) Characterisation of chickpea cropping systems in Australia for major abiotic production constraints. Field Crops Research, 204, pp. 120-134.
Costa, Maria-Cecília, Artur, Mariana, Maia, Julio, Jonkheer, Eef, Derks, Martijn, Nijveen, Harm, et al. (2017) A ‘footprint’ of desiccation tolerance in the genome of Xerophyta viscosa. Nature Plants. (In Press)
Li, Yurong, Williams, Brett, & Dickman, Martin (2016) Arabidopsis B-cell lymphoma2 (Bcl-2)-associated athanogene 7 (BAG7)-mediated heat tolerance requires translocation, sumoylation and binding to WRKY29. New Phytologist. (In Press)
Hoang, Thi My Linh, Tran, Thach Ngoc, Nguyen, Thuy Kieu Tien, Williams, Brett, Wurm, Penelope, Bellairs, Sean, et al. (2016) Improvement of salinity stress tolerance in rice: Challenges and opportunities. Agronomy, 6(4), Article no. 54.
Karbaschi, Mohammad Reza, Williams, Brett, Taji, Acram, & Mundree, Sagadevan (2016) Tripogon loliiformis elicits a rapid physiological and structural response to dehydration for desiccation tolerance. Functional Plant Biology. (In Press)
Williams, Brett, Njaci, Isaac, Moghaddam, Lalehvash, Long, Hao, Dickman, Martin B., Zhang, Xiuren, et al. (2015) Trehalose accumulation triggers autophagy during plant desiccation. PLoS Genetics, 11(12), Article Number:-e1005705.
Hoang, Thi M.L., Moghaddam, Lalehvash, Williams, Brett, Khanna, Harjeet, Dale, James, & Mundree, Sagadevan G. (2015) Development of salinity tolerance in rice by constitutive-overexpression of genes involved in the regulation of programmed cell death. Frontiers in Plant Science, 6, Article-175.
Williams, Brett, Verchot, Jeanmarie, & Dickman, Martin B. (2014) When supply does not meet demand-ER stress and plant programmed cell death. Frontiers in Plant Science, 5(211).
Kinkema, Mark, Geijskes, Jason, deLucca, Paulo, Palupe, Anthony, Shand, Kylie, Coleman, Heather D., et al. (2014) Improved molecular tools for sugar cane biotechnology. Plant Molecular Biology, 84(4-5), pp. 497-508.
Hoang, Thi My Linh, Williams, Brett, Khanna, Harjeet, Dale, James, & Mundree, Sagadevan G. (2014) Physiological basis of salt stress tolerance in rice expressing the antiapoptotic gene SfIAP. Functional Plant Biology, 41(11), pp. 1168-1177.
Kabbage, Mehdi, Williams, Brett, & Dickman, Martin B. (2013) Cell death control : the interplay of apoptosis and autophagy in the pathogenicity of sclerotinia sclerotiorum. PLoS Pathogens, 9(4).
Veluchamy, Selvakumar, Williams, Brett, Kim, Kyoungsu, & Dickman, Martin (2012) The CuZn superoxide dismutase from Sclerotinia sclerotiorum is involved with oxidative stress tolerance, virulence, and oxalate production. Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology: an international journal of experimental plant pathology, 78(1), pp. 14-23.
Williams, Brett, Kabbage, Mehdi, Kim, Hyo-jin, Britt, Robert, & Dickman, Martin B. (2011) Tipping the balance: Sclerotinia sclerotiorum secreted oxalic acid suppresses host defenses by manipulating the host redox environment. PLoS Pathogens, 7(6), e1002107.
Williams, B., Kabbage, M., Britt, R., & Dickman, M. B. (2010) AtBAG7, an Arabidopsis Bcl-2-associated athanogene, resides in the endoplasmic reticulum and is involved in the unfolded protein response. National Academy of Sciences. Proceedings, 107(13), pp. 6088-6093.
Williams, Brett & Dickman, Martin B. (2008) Plant programmed cell death : Can't live with it; Can't live without it. Molecular Plant Pathology, 9(4), pp. 531-544.
Williams, Brett Robert (2007) Development of a novel rep-inducible tomato leaf curl virus expression system. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.
Williams, Brett (2000) The use of recombinant human cytokines and FISH in cytogenetics. Masters by Research thesis, Queensland University of Technology.