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Zhenzhen Qiao, Laurent Brechenmacher, Benjamin Smith, Gregory W. Strout, William Mangin, Christopher Taylor, Scott D. Russell, Gary Stacey and Marc Libault (2017) The soybean FWL1 gene, a member of the Fruit-Weight 2.2/CNR1 family and a major regulator of soybean nodulation, encodes a plasma membrane microdomain-associated protein. Plant Cell Environ. (in press); DOI: 10.1111/pce.12941

Sylwia A. Stopka, Beverly J. Agtuca, David W. Koppenaal, Ljiljana Paša-Tolic, Gary Stacey, Akos Vertes, and Christopher R. Anderton. (2017) Laser ablation electrospray ionization mass spectrometry with ion mobility separation reveals metabolites and lipids in the symbiotic interactions of soybean roots and rhizobia. Plant J. (in press)

Helisson Faoro, Rodrigo Rene Menegazzo, Federico Battistoni, Prasad Gyaneshwar,Fernanda P. do Amaral, Cecilia Taulé, Sydnee Rausch, Patricia Gonçalves Galvão, Cecilia de los Santos, Shubhajit Mitra, Gabriela Heijo, Shih-Yi Sheu, Wen-Ming Chen, Cintia Mareque, Michelle Zibetti Tadra-Sfeir, J. Ivo Baldani, Marta Maluk, Ana Paula Guimarães, Gary Stacey, Emanuel M. de Souza, Fabio O. Pedrosa, Leonardo Magalhães Cruz and Euan K. James. 2017. The oil-contaminated soil diazotroph Azoarcus olearius DQS-4T is genetically and phenotypically similar to the model grass endophytev Azoarcus sp. BH72. Environ. Microbiol. Rep. (in press), DOI: 10.1111/1758-2229.12502

Yangrong Cao, Morgan Halane, Walter Gassmann, and Gary Stacey. (2017) The role of plant innate immunity in the legume-rhizobial symbiosis. Ann. Rev. Plant Biol. 68: (in press). doi: 10.1146/annurev-arplant-042916-041030

Liao, D., Cao, Y., Sun, X., Espinoza, C., Nguyen, C. T., Liang, Y. and Stacey, G. (2017) Arabidopsis E3 ubiquitin ligase PLANT U-BOX13 (PUB13) regulates chitin receptor LYSIN MOTIF RECEPTOR KINASE5 (LYK5) protein abundance. New Phytol. doi:10.1111/nph.14472248.

Espinoza, C., Liang, Y. and Stacey, G. (2017), Chitin receptor CERK1 links salt stress and chitin-triggered innate immunity in Arabidopsis. Plant J, 89: 984–995. doi:10.1111/tpj.13437249.

Hossain, M. S., Kawakatsu, T., Kim, K. D., Zhang, N., Nguyen, C. T., Khan, S. M., Batek, J. M., Joshi, T., Schmutz, J., Grimwood, J., Schmitz, R. J., Xu, D., Jackson, S. A., Ecker, J. R. and Stacey, G. (2017), Divergent cytosine DNA methylation patterns in single-cell, soybean root hairs. New Phytol. 214: 808–819. doi:10.1111/nph.14421.

Xinye Zhang, Oswaldo Valdés-López, Consuelo Arellano, Gary Stacey, Peter Balint-Kurti. (2017) Genetic dissection of the maize (Zea mays L.) MAMP response. Theor. Appl. Genet. (in press); DOI: 10.1007/s00122-017-2876-6

Findley, S.D., Birchler, J.A., & Stacey, G. (2017). Metaphase chromosome preparation from soybean (Glycine max) root tips. Current Protocols in Plant Biology, 2, 78–88.
doi: 10.1002/cppb.20046

Findley, S.D., Birchler, J.A., & Stacey, G. (2017). Fluorescence in situ hybridization for Glycine max metaphase chromosomes. Current Protocols in Plant Biology, 2, 89–107.
doi: 10.1002/cppb.20045


Stacey, M.G., Cahoon, R.E., Nguyen, H.T., Nguyen, C.T., Cui, Y., Sato, S., Phoka, N., Clark, K.M., Liang, Y., Batek, J.M., et al. (2016). Identification of Homogentisate Dioxygenase as a Target for Vitamin E Biofortification in Oilseeds. Plant Physiol. pp.00941.2016.

Nguyen, C.T., Tanaka, K., Cao, Y., Cho, S.-H., Xu, D., and Stacey, G. (2016). Computational Analysis of the Ligand Binding Site of the Extracellular ATP Receptor, DORN1. PLOS ONE 11, e0161894.

Amaral, F.P. do, Pankievicz, V.C.S., Arisi, A.C.M., Souza, E.M. de, Pedrosa, F., and Stacey, G. (2016). Differential growth responses of Brachypodium distachyon genotypes to inoculation with plant growth promoting rhizobacteria. Plant Mol Biol 90, 689–697.

Cao, Y., Li, H., Pham, A.Q., and Stacey, G. (2016). An Improved Transient Expression System Using Arabidopsis Protoplasts. In Current Protocols in Plant Biology, (John Wiley & Sons, Inc.).

Tóth, K., Batek, J., and Stacey, G. (2016). Generation of Soybean (Glycine max) Transient Transgenic Roots. In Current Protocols in Plant Biology, (John Wiley & Sons, Inc.).

Yan, Z., Hossain, M.S., Valdés-López, O., Hoang, N.T., Zhai, J., Wang, J., Libault, M., Brechenmacher, L., Findley, S., Joshi, T., et al. (2016). Identification and functional characterization of soybean root hair microRNAs expressed in response to Bradyrhizobium japonicum infection. Plant Biotechnol J 14, 332–341.

Valdés-López, O., Batek, J., Gomez-Hernandez, N., Nguyen, C.T., Isidra-Arellano, M.C., Zhang, N., Joshi, T., Xu, D., Hixson, K.K., Weitz, K.K., et al. (2016). Soybean Roots Grown under Heat Stress Show Global Changes in Their Transcriptional and Proteomic Profiles. Front. Plant Sci 517.


Artur Muszyński, Malcolm A. O’Neill, Easwaran Ramasamy, Sivakumar Pattathil, Utku Avci, Maria J. Peña, Marc Libault, Md Shakhawat Hossain, Laurent Brechenmacher, William S. York, Rommel M. Barbosa, Michael G.Hahn, Gary Stacey, and Russell W. Carlson (2015) Xyloglucan, galactomannan, glucuronoxylan, and rhamnogalacturonan I do not have identical structures in soybean root and root hair cell walls. Planta242(5):1123-38

Yan, Z., M.S. Hossain, S. Arikit, O. Valdes-Lopez, J. Zhai, J. Wang, M. Libault, T., Ji, L.-J. Qiu, B. Meyers, and G. Stacey. 2015. Identification of microRNAs and their mRNA targets during soybean nodule development: Functional analysis of the role of miR393-3p in soybean nodulation. New Phytol. 207 (3):748–759.

Siwaret Arikit, Rui Xia, Atul Kakrana, Kun Huang, Jixian Zhai, Zhe Yan , Oswaldo Valdés-López, Theresa A. Musket, Henry T. Nguyen, Gary Stacey, Blake C. Meyers. (2014) An atlas of soybean small RNAs demonstrates regulation by phased siRNAs of hundreds of coding genes. Plant Cell 26: 4584-4601.

Benjamin Gourion, Fathi Berrabah, Pascal Ratet and Gary Stacey (2015) Rhizobium-legume symbiosis: the role of plant immunity. Trends Plant Sci. 20:186-194.

Vincent, Jennnifer. A., Minviluz G. Stacey, Gary Stacey, and Kristin D. Bilyeu (2014) Phytic acid and inorganic phosphate composition of soybean lines with independent IPK1 mutations. The Plant Genome 8 (1): doi: 10.3835/plantgenome2014.10.0077

Tanaka, Kiwamu, Sung-Hwan Cho, Hyeyoung Lee, An Q. Pham, Josef M. Batek, Shiqi Cui, Jing Qiu, Saad M. Khan, Trupti Joshi, Zhanyuan J. Zhang, Dong Xu, Gary Stacey (2015) Effect of lipo-chitooligosaccharide on early growth of maize seedlings. J. Exp. Bot. 66(19):5727-38.232.

Brechenmacher, L., T.H.N. Nguyen, N. Zhang, T-H Jun, D. Xu, M.A. Rouf Mian, G. Stacey. (2015) Identification of soybean proteins and genes differentially regulated in near isogenic lines differing in resistance to aphid infestation J. Proteome Res. 14, 4137−4146.

Franck, William, Jing Qiu, Woo-Suk Chang and Gary Stacey (2015) DNA microarray-based identification of genes regulated by the two-component NtrBC system inBradyrhizobium japonicum. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 81(16):5299-308

Hossain, Md Shakhawat, Trupti Joshi and Gary Stacey (2015) System approaches to study root hairs as a single cell plant model: current status and future perspectives. Frontiers in Plant Science 6:363

Tóth, Katalin and Gary Stacey (2015) Does plant immunity have a central role in the legume-rhizobium symbiosis? Frontiers in Plant Science 6: 401.

Jie Hou, Gary Stacey, Jianlin Cheng (2015) Exploring soybean metabolic pathways based on probalistic graphical model and knowledge-based method. EURSIP Journal on Bioinformatics and Systems Biology 2015: 5. doi:10.1186/s13637-015-0026-5

Yan, Zhe; Hossain, Md Shakhawat; Valdés-López, Oswaldo; Hoang, Nhung T; Zhai, Jixian; Wang, Jun; Libault, Marc; Brechenmacher, Laurent; Findley, Seth; Joshi, Trupti; Qiu, Lijuan; Sherrier, D. Janine; Ji, Tieming; Meyers, Blake; Xu, Dong; Stacey, Gary (2016) Identification and functional characterization of soybean root hair microRNAs expressed in response to Bradyrhizobium japonicum infection.  Plant Biotech. Journal 14 (1): 332–341,235.

Fernanda P. do Amaral, Vânia C. S. Pankievicz, Ana Carolina M. Arisi, Emanuel M. de Souza, Fabio Pedrosa, Gary Stacey (2016) Differential growth responses ofBrachypodium distachyon genotypes to inoculation with plant growth promoting rhizobacteria. Plant Mol. Biol. (in press)



– Tanaka K, Choi J, Cao Y, Stacey G (2014) Extracellular ATP acts as a damage associated molecular pattern (DAMP) signal in plants. Front Plant Sci 5: 446

– Liang Y, Tóth K, Cao Y, Tanaka K, Espinoza C, Stacey G (2014) Lipochitooligosaccharide recognition: an ancient story. New Phytol.

– Cao Y, Tanaka K, Nguyen CT, Stacey G (2014) Extracellular ATP is a central signaling molecule in plant stress responses. Current Opinion in Plant Biology 20: 82–87

– Oswaldo Valdes-Lopez, Saad M Khan, Robert J. Schmitz, Shiqi Cui, Jing Qiu, Trupti Joshi, Dong Xu, Brian Diers, Joseph R. Ecker, and Gary Stacey (2014) Genotypic variation of gene expression during the soybean innate immunity response. Plant Genetic Resources. (in press)

– Choi, J., Tanaka, K., Cao, Y., Qi, Y., Qiu, J., Liang, Y., Lee, S.Y., and Stacey, G. (2014). Identification of a Plant Receptor for Extracellular ATP. Science 343, 290–294.

– Wang, J., Toth, K., Tanaka, K., Nguyen, C.T., Yan, Z., Brechenmacher, L., Dahmen, J., Chen, M., Thelen, J., Qiu, L., et al. (2014). A soybean Acyl Carrier Protein, GmACP, is important for root nodule symbiosis. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 140108134719002.

– Trupti Joshi, Michael R. Fitzpatrick, Shiyuan Chen, Yang Liu, Hongxin Zhang, Ryan Z. Endacott, Eric C. Gaudiello, Gary Stacey, Henry T. Nguyen, Dong Xu (2014) Soybean Knowledge Base (SoyKB): A web resource for integration of soybean translational genomics and molecular breeding. Nucl. Acids Res. D1245-52. doi: 10.1093/nar/gkt905.

– Medeiros-Silva M, Frank W, Borba MP, Pizatto SB, Strodman KN, Emerich DW, Stacey G, Polacco JC, Carlini CR (2014) Soybean ureases, but not that of Bradyrhizobium japonicum, are involved in nodulation. J. Agric. Food Chem., 2014, 62 (16), pp 3517–3524.

– Tanaka, K., K. Toth, G. Stacey (2013) Chapter 67. Role of ectoapyrases in nodulation. In DeBruijn, F. (ed.), Biological Nitrogen Fixation, Springer (in press)


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2. Schmitz, R.J., He, Y., Valdés-López, O., Khan, S.M., Joshi, T., Urich, M.A., Nery, J.R., Diers, B., Xu, D., Stacey, G., et al. (2013). Epigenome-wide inheritance of cytosine methylation variants in a recombinant inbred population. Genome Res. 23, 1663–1674.

3. Yan, Z., Hossain, M.S., Wang, J., Valdés-López, O., Liang, Y., Libault, M., Qiu, L., and Stacey, G. (2013). miR172 Regulates Soybean Nodulation. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 26, 1371–1377.

4. Zhu, M., Dahmen, J.L., Stacey, G., and Cheng, J. (2013). Predicting gene regulatory networks of soybean nodulation from RNA-Seq transcriptome data. BMC Bioinformatics 14, 278.

5. Dahmen, J.L., G. Stacey, H.K. Hunt (2013) Current and emerging analytical technologies for analyzing chitin-protein binding interactions. Reviews in Analytical Chemistry 32(1): 35-63.

6. Xue-Cheng Zhang, Maira C. M. Freire, Mi Ha Le, Glen Hartman, Greg Upchurch, Kerry Pedley, and Gary Stacey (2012) Genetic diversity and origins of Phakopsora pachyrhizi (soybean rust) isolates in the United States. Asian J. Plant Pathology 6: 52-65.

7. Cui, Y, S. Barampuram, M.G. Stacey, N. Hancock, S. Findley, Z. Zhang, W. Parrott, G. Stacey (2013) Tnt1 Retrotransposon Mutagenesis: A Tool for Soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.] Functional Genomics. Plant Physiol. 161: 36-47

8. Tanaka, K., C.T. Nguyen, Y. Liang, Y. Cao, G. Stacey (2013) Role of LysM domain receptors in chitin-triggered plant innate immunity. Plant Signal. Behavior 8:1, e22598

9. Trupti Joshi, Michael R. Fitzpatrick, Shiyuan Chen, Yang Liu, Hongxin Zhang, Ryan Z. Endacott, Eric C. Gaudiello, Gary Stacey, Henry T. Nguyen, Dong Xu (2013) Soybean Knowledge Base (SoyKB): A web resource for integration of soybean translational genomics and molecular breeding. Nucl. Acids Res. 1–8; doi:10.1093/nar/gkt905

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11. Anne Roulin, Paul Auer, Marc Libault, Jessica Schlueter, Andrew Farmer, Greg May, Gary Stacey, Rebecca W. Doerge and Scott A. Jackson (2013) The fate of duplicated genes in a polyploidy plant genome. Plant Journal 73: 143–153


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13.  Tanaka, K., Swanson, S. J., Gilroy, S. & Stacey, G. Extracellular nucleotides elicit cytosolic free calcium oscillations in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 154, 705–719 (2010).

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4.    Lee, J. et al. Quantitative proteomic analysis of bean plants infected by a virulent and avirulent obligate rust fungus. Mol. Cell Proteomics 8, 19–31 (2009).

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3.    Ramonell, K. et al. Loss-of-function mutations in chitin responsive genes show increased susceptibility to the powdery mildew pathogen Erysiphe cichoracearum. Plant Physiol. 138, 1027–1036 (2005).


1.    Ganapathy, A. et al. Statistical assessment for mass-spec protein identification using peptide fingerprinting approach. Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc4, 3051–3054 (2004).

2.    Bartsev, A. V. et al. NopL, an effector protein of Rhizobium sp. NGR234, thwarts activation of plant defense reactions. Plant Physiol. 134, 871–879 (2004).

3.    Wan, J., Zhang, S. & Stacey, G. Activation of a mitogen-activated protein kinase pathway in Arabidopsis by chitin. Mol. Plant Pathol. 5, 125–135 (2004).

4.    Stacey, G., Vodkin, L., Parrott, W. A. & Shoemaker, R. C. National Science Foundation-sponsored workshop report. Draft plan for soybean genomics. Plant Physiol. 135, 59–70 (2004).

5.    Chiang, C.-S., Stacey, G. & Tsay, Y.-F. Mechanisms and functional properties of two peptide transporters, AtPTR2 and fPTR2. J. Biol. Chem. 279, 30150–30157 (2004).

6.    McAlvin, C. B. & Stacey, G. Transgenic expression of the soybean apyrase in Lotus japonicus enhances nodulation. Plant Physiol. 137, 1456–1462 (2005).

2002 and 2003

1.    Koh, S. et al. An oligopeptide transporter gene family in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol.128, 21–29 (2002).

2.    Loh, J., Lohar, D. P., Andersen, B. & Stacey, G. A two-component regulator mediates population-density-dependent expression of the Bradyrhizobium japonicum nodulation genes. J. Bacteriol. 184, 1759–1766 (2002).

3.    Stacey, G., Koh, S., Granger, C. & Becker, J. M. Peptide transport in plants. Trends Plant Sci. 7, 257–263 (2002).

4.    Loh, J., Pierson, E. A., Pierson, L. S., 3rd, Stacey, G. & Chatterjee, A. Quorum sensing in plant-associated bacteria. Curr. Opin. Plant Biol. 5, 285–290 (2002).

5.    Zhang, B., Ramonell, K., Somerville, S. & Stacey, G. Characterization of early, chitin-induced gene expression in Arabidopsis. Mol. Plant Microbe Interact. 15, 963–970 (2002).

6.    Ramonell, K. M. et al. Microarray analysis of chitin elicitation in Arabidopsis thaliana. Mol. Plant Pathol. 3, 301–311 (2002).

7.    Loh, J., Carlson, R. W., York, W. S. & Stacey, G. Bradyoxetin, a unique chemical signal involved in symbiotic gene regulation. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 99, 14446–14451 (2002).

8.    Stacey, M. G., Koh, S., Becker, J. & Stacey, G. AtOPT3, a member of the oligopeptide transporter family, is essential for embryo development in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell 14, 2799–2811 (2002).

9.    Loh, J. & Stacey, G. Nodulation gene regulation in Bradyrhizobium japonicum: a unique integration of global regulatory circuits. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 69, 10–17 (2003).

·         The list of journal articles before 2005 can be seen through this link.


1. Gresshoff, P., E. Roth, G. Stacey, and W.E. Newton. 1990. Nitrogen fixation: Achievements and Objectives. Chapman and Hall Publ., New York-London.

2. Stacey, G., R.H. Burris, and H.J. Evans. 1991. Biological Nitrogen Fixation. Chapman and Hall Publ., New York-London.

3. Stacey, G. and N. Keen. 1995. Plant-Microbe Interactions. Volume 1. Chapman and Hall Publ., New York-London.

4. Stacey, G. and N. Keen. 1996. Plant-Microbe Interactions. Volume 2. Chapman and Hall Publ., New York-London.

5. Stacey, G, B. Mullin, and P.M. Gresshoff. 1996. Biology of Plant-Microbe Interactions, International Society for Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, St. Paul, MN.

6. Stacey, G. and N. Keen. 1997. Plant-Microbe Interactions. Volume 3. Chapman and Hall Publ., New York-London.

7. Stacey, G. and N. Keen. 1999. Plant-Microbe Interactions, volume 4. American Phytopathological Society Press, St. Paul, MN.

8. Stacey, G. and N. Keen. 2000. Plant-Microbe Interactions, volume 5. American Phytopathological Society Press, St. Paul, MN.

9. Stacey, G. and N. Keen. 2003. Plant-Microbe Interactions, volume 6. American Phytopathological Society Press, St. Paul, MN.

10. VandenBosch, Kathryn A. and G. Stacey, editors. 2003. Plant Physiology special issue: Legumes. Am. Soc. Plant Biologists 131: 840-865.

11. Nguyen, H. and G. Stacey, editors. 2003. Soybean biotechnology, AgBioforum (; internet journal) volume 6 (issue 1+2).

12. Stacey, G. and VandenBosch, Kathryn A., editors. 2005. Plant Physiology special issue: Legumes. Am. Soc. Plant Biologists vol. 137 (April, 2005).

13. Gustafson, P., Taylor, J., and Stacey, G. (2008) Genomics of Disease. Springer. 14. Stacey, G. (2008) Soybean Genetics and Genomics, Springer.


1. Stacey,G. and W.J. Brill. 1982. Nitrogen fixation by root inhabiting or infecting bacteria. In Mount, M.S. and G.H. Lacy (eds.) Phytopathogenic Prokaryotes, Academic Press.

2. Halverson, L.J. and G. Stacey. 1984. Phenotypic reversal of a mutation in Rhizobium japonicum causing defective nodule initiation. In Veeger, C. and W.E. Newton (eds.) Advances in Nitrogen Fixation Research, Nyhoff Publ., The Hague, Wageningen.

3. Sayler, G. and G. Stacey. 1985. Methodology for biorisk evaluation: Evaluation of organism properties. In The suitability and applicability of risk assessment methods for environmental applications of biotechnology. Covello, V.T. and J.R. Fiksel, eds. National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C.

4. Stacey, G. 1985. The Rhizobium Experience. pp. 109-121. In Halvorson, H.O., D. Pramer, and M. Rogol (eds.). Engineered Organisms in the Environment: Scientific Issues. American Society for Microbiology, Washington, D.C. 5. Halverson, L.J., D.L. Gerhold, S. Auger, and G. Stacey. 198

5. Lectin induction of nodulation competence in Bradyrhizobium japonicum. In Evans, H.J, P.J. Bottomley, and W.E. Newton (eds.). Nitrogen Fixation Research Progress. Martinus Nijhoff Publ., Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

6. Deshmane, N., R. Haugland, A. Hodgson, M. Leavitt, A.J. Nieuwkoop, R. Pastian, P. Russell, M. Schell, K. Sirotkin, J.S. So, and G. Stacey. 1985. Molecular characterization of the nodulation region from Bradyrhizobium japonicum. ibid.

7. Stacey, G., L.J. Halverson, T. Nieuwkoop, Z. Banfalvi, M.G. Schell, D. Gerhold, N. Deshmane, J.S. So, and K.M. Sirotkin. 1986. Nodulation of soybean: Bradyrhizobium japonicum physiology and genetics. In Lugtenberg, B (ed.) Recognition in Microbe Plant Symbiotic and Pathogenic Interactions. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

8. Stacey, G., A.J. Nieuwkoop, Z. Banfalvi, J.S. So, N. Deshmane, M.G. Schell, and D. Gerhold. 1987. Molecular genetics of nodulation of soybean by Bradyrhizobium japonicum. In Verma, D.P.S. and N. Brisson (eds.), Molecular Genetics of Plant Microbe Interactions, Martinus-Nijhoff Publ., Dordrecht, pp.197-201.

9. Stacey, G. 1988. The molecular genetics of symbiotic nitrogen fixation, p. 262, In Phillips, M., S.P. Shoemaker, R. D. Middlekauff, and R.M. Ottenbrite (eds.) The Impact of Chemistry on Biotechnology, Multidisciplinary Discussions. American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C.

10. Sayler, G. and G. Stacey. 1986. Methods for evaluation of microorganism properties. pp. 35-55. In Fiksel, J. and V.T. Covello (eds.) Biotechnology Risk Assessment: Issues and Methods for Environmental Introductions. Pergamon Press, N.Y.

11. Stacey, G., Z. Banfalvi, D. Goyeau, and M.G. Schell. 1988. Host regulation of nodulation gene expression in Bradyrhizobium japonicum. In Keen, N., T. Kosuge, and L.L. Walling (ed). Physiology and Biochemistry of Plant-Microbe Interactions. American Society of Plant Physiology.

12. Banfalvi, Z., D. Goyeau, M. Schell, and G. Stacey. 1988. Host induction of the nodulation genes of Bradyrhizobium japonicum. p. 458. In. Bothe, H., F. de Bruijn, and W. W. Newton (eds.), Nitrogen fixation: Hundred Years After, Gustav Fischer, Stuttgart.

13. Banfalvi, Z., M. Schell, N. Beshmane, A. Nieuwkoop, A. Kondorosi, and G. Stacey. 1988. p. 482. A. Bradyrhizobium japonicum gene which directs nodulation of siratro and selected soybean cultivars. ibid.

14. Roth, E., C. Sengupta-Gopalan, D. Johnson, J. Schmidt, M. John, and G. Stacey. 1988. Cytoplasmic characteristics of soybean nodules formed by transposon induced mutants of Bradyrhizobium japonicum. p. 532. In ibid.

15. Roth, E., K. Jeon, and G. Stacey. 1988. Homology in endosymbiotic systems: The term “symbiosome”. In:Palacios, R. and D. P. Verma (eds.) Molecular Genetics of Plant Microbe Interactions, 1988. American Phytopathological Society Press, Minnesota. pp. 220-225.

16. Stacey, G., M.G. Schell, and N. Deshmane. 1989. Determinants of host specificity in the Bradyrhizobium japonicum-soybean symbiosis. In Lugtenberg, B., ed., Signal Molecules in Plants and Plant-Microbe Interactions, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, pp. 395-399.

17. Gerhold, D. and G. Stacey. 1990. Recent advances in molecular biology techniques for studying phytosymbiotic microbes, pp. 51- 84. In “Biotechnology of Plant-Microbe Interactions”. J.P. Nakas and C, Hagedorn (eds.) McGraw-Hill Publ., New York.

18. Smit, G. and G. Stacey. 1990. Adhesion of bacteria to plant cells: Role of specific interactions versus hydrophobicity. pp. 179-210, In R.J. Doyle and Rosenberg, M. (eds.) Microbial Cell Surface Hydrophobicity. ASM Press, Washington, D.C.

19. Roberts, D.M., S.H. Oh, L. Besl, C.D. Weaver, and G. Stacey. 1990. Attenuation of calmodulin-dependent NAD kinase activation by posttranslational methylation. Randall, D.D. and D. G. Blevins (eds.), Current Topics in Plant Biochemistry and Physiology, 1990; Volume 9, Plant Protein Phosphorylation, Protein Kinases, Calcium and Calmodulin. Univ. of Missouri Press.

20. Stacey, G. 1990. Compilation of the nod, fix, and nif genes of rhizobia and information concerning their function. In Gresshoff, P., E. Roth, G. Stacey, and W.E. Newton (eds.), Nitrogen Fixation: Achievements and Objectives, Chapman and Hall Publ., New York-London.

21. Smit, G., D. Buckner, V. Puvanesarajah, R.W. Carlson, and G. Stacey. 1990. Purification of Bradyrhizobium nod-gene inducers from peanut. ibid.

22. Smit, G., V. Puvanesarajah, R.W. Carlson, and G. Stacey. 1990. Bradyrhizobium japonicum nodD can specifically be induced by soybean seed extract compounds which do not induce the nodYABC genes. ibid.

23. Carlson, R.W., Lakshmi, B., Bhat, U.R., and G. Stacey. 1990. Isolation and analysis of the lipopolysaccharides from symbiotic mutants of B. japonicum. ibid.

24. Wang, S.-P. and G. Stacey. 1990. A divergent nod box sequence is essential for nodD1 induction in B. japonicum. ibid.

25. Chun, J.-Y. and G. Stacey. 1990. Genetic analysis of two symbiotic mutants of Bradyrhizobium japonicum. ibid.

26. Luka, S. and G. Stacey. 1990. Characterization of a new host-inducible genetic locus in Bradyrhizobium japonicum. ibid.

27. Barbour, W.M., M.G. Schell, and G. Stacey. 1990. Construction of broad host range NPTII reporter vectors and their use in analysis of constitutive and inducible promoters in Bradyrhizobium japonicum USDA110. ibid.

28. Hatterman, D.R. and G. Stacey. 1990. Efficient high voltage electroporation of Bradyrhizobium japonicum. ibid.

29. Sutton, E., E. Roth, and G. Stacey. 1990. Plasmodesmata frequency selectively drops as infected soybean-nodule cells mature. ibid.

30. Weaver, C.D., G. Stacey, and D.M. Roberts. 1990. Phosphorylation of nodulin-26 by a calcium-dependent protein kinase. ibid.

31. Roth, L.E. and G. Stacey. 1991. Rhizobium-Legume Symbiosis. pp. 255-301, In Dworkin, M. (ed.), Microbial Cell-Cell Interactions, ASM Press, Washington,D.C.

32. Barbour, M., S.-P. Wang, and G. Stacey. 1991. The Molecular Genetics of Bradyrhizobium symbioses. In Stacey, G., R.H. Burris, and H.J. Evans. 1991. Biological Nitrogen Fixation. Chapman and Hall Publ., New York.

33. Stacey, G., M.G. Schell, A. Sharma, S. Luka, G. Smit, and S.-P. Wang. 1991. Genetics of host specific nodulation by Bradyrhizobium japonicum. pp. 156-161, In Hennecke, H. and D.P.S. Verma (eds.), Advances in Molecular Genetics of Plant-Microbe Interactions, Kluwer Academic Publ., Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

34. Schmidt, J., M. John, U. Wieneke, G. Stacey, H. Rohrig, and J. Schell. 1991. Studies on the function of Rhizobium meliloti nodulation genes, pp. 150-155, In Hennecke, H. and D.P.S. Verma (eds.), Advances in Molecular Genetics of Plant-Microbe Interactions, Kluwer Academic Publ., Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

35. Stacey, G. 1992. Molecular signaling in the Bradyrhizobium japonicum-soybean symbiosis, pp. 45-54, In Gresshoff, P.M. (ed.), Plant Biotechnology and Development, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, USA.

36. Sanjuan, J., S. Luka, and G. Stacey. 1993. Genetic maps of Rhizobium and Bradyrhizobium species. In O’Brien, S.J. (ed.), Genetic Maps, 6th Edition, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, New York, pp. 2.136-2.145.

37. Sanjuan, J., R.W. Carlson, U.R. Bhat, H. Spaink, T. van Brussel, T. Stokkerman, K. Peters, J. Glushka, B.J.J. Lugtenberg, and G. Stacey. 1993. Bradyrhizobium japonicum strains produce multiple 2-O-methylfucose-containing lipooligosaccharide nodulation signals. In Palacios, R. et al. (eds.), Proc. Int. Cong. of Biological Nitrogen Fixation, Cancun, Mexico, Dec. 6-12, 1992 (in press).

38. Luka, S. and Stacey, G. 1992. nolMNO are part of the nodYABCSUIJ transcript in Bradyrhizobium japonicum. ibid.

39. Rice, S., Bieber, J., Chun, J.-Y., Stacey, G., and Lampson, B. 1992. Diversity of retron elements among a population of rhizobia. ibid.

40. Stacey, G., J. Sanjuan, H. Spaink, T. van Brussel, B.J.J. Lugtenburg, J. Glushka, and R.W. Carlson. 1993. Rhizobial lipo-polysaccharides: novel plant growth regulators. In Gresshoff, P. (ed.), Plant Response to the Environment, CRC Press, Boca Raton.

41. Sanjuan, J., R.W. Carlson, T.C. Dockendorff, S. Luka, and G. Stacey. 1993. Regulacion y funciones de los genes de la nodulacion en Bradyrhizobium japonicum. Libro de Resumenes, VI Reunion Nacional de Fijacion de Nitrogeno, Sociedad Espanola de Fijacion de Nitrogeno.

42. Stacey, G. 1996. The Bradyrhizobium japonicum -soybean symbiosis: Can basic research findings be used for practical benefit? In Hungria, M., Balota, E.L. , Colozzi-Filho, A., and Andrade, D.S. (Eds.) Soil Microbiology: Challenges of the XXI Century (in Portugeese- Microbiologia do Solo: Desafios para o Seculo XXI), in press.

43. Stacey, G., E. Minami, H. Kouchi, J.R. Cohn, and R.W. Carlson. 1995. Signal exchange during soybean nodulation by Bradyrhizobium japonicum. In: Nitrogen Fixation: Fundamentals and applications, Tikhonovich, I.A., V.I. Romonov, and W.E. Newton (eds.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Netherlands.

44. Zhang, Z., B. Scott, G. Stacey, and P.M. Gresshoff. 1995. Identification of early nodulation signals in Lotus japonicus. Page 323 In: Nitrogen Fixation: Fundamentals and applications, Tikhonovich, I.A., V.I. Romonov, and W.E. Newton (eds.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Netherlands.

45. Loh, J., M. Garcia, J. Yuen, and G. Stacey. 1996. Nod gene regulation in Bradyrhizobium japonicum. In. Stacey, G., B. Mullin, and P.M. Gresshoff (eds.), Biology of Plant-Microbe Interactions. IS-MPMI, St. Paul, MN, pp. 307-312.

46. Steiner, H.-Y., W. Song, L. Zhang, F. Naider, J. Becker, and G. Stacey. 1997. Isolation of plant peptide transporter genes by yeast complementation. IN Gresshoff, P. (ed.), Technology Transfer of Plant Biotechnology, CRC Press, Boca Raton, pp. 167-176.

47. Loh, J., J.P.-Y. Yuen, M.G. Stacey and G. Stacey. 1998. Unique aspects of nod gene expression in Bradyrhizobium japonicum. IN E. Martinez and G. Hernández (eds.). Highlights on nitrogen fixation research. Plenum Publ. Corp., New York,N.Y.

48. Day, R. B., J.T. Loh, J. Cohn, and G. Stacey. 1999. Chapter 22. Signal exchange involved in the establishment of the Bradyrhizobium-legume symbiosis. IN Triplett, E. (eds). Prokaryotic Nitrogen Fixation: A Model System for the Analysis of a Biological Process. Horizon Scientific Press, Norfolk, England.

49. Stacey, G., R.B. Day, J.R. Cohn, S. Koh, C.B. McAlvin and J. Loh. 1999. Nod signal recognition. IN Biology of Plant-Microbe Interactions, Vol. 2, de Wit, P.J.G.M., T. Bisseling, and W.J. Stiekema, eds., ISMPMI Press, St. Paul, MN. (in press).

50. Stacey, G. 2000. Control of nodulation in legume symbiosis. Pp. 211-212. In Pedrosa, F.O., M. Hungria, M. G. Yates, and W.E. Newton, eds. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

51. Reddy, P.M., R.J. Hernandez-Oane, H. Kouchi, G. Stacey and J.K. Ladha. 2000. Exploring the genetic potential of rice for forming symbiotic associations with rhizobia. Pp. 331-332. In Pedrosa, F.O., M. Hungria, M. G. Yates, and W.E. Newton, eds. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

52. Gary Stacey, R. Bradley Day, Jonathan Cohn, Mitsuo Okada , Yuki Ito, Serry Koh , Senthil Ramu, Taesik Uhm, Douglas Cook and Naoto Shibuya . 2000. Nod factor reception. Pp. 227-230. . In Pedrosa, F.O., M. Hungria, M. G. Yates, and W.E. Newton, eds. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

53. Day, R.B., C. McAlvin, S. Koh, and G. Stacey. 2000. Differential expressionpattern of two apyrase cDNAs expressed in the roots of soybean (Glycine soja). Pp. 243. . In Pedrosa, F.O., M. Hungria, M. G. Yates, and W.E. Newton, eds. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

54. Loh, J., S. T. Cassini, F.F. Oliveira, and G. Stacey. 2000. Expression of the Bradyrhizobium japonicum nolA gene in response to chemically distinct soybean inducers. Pp. 254. . In Pedrosa, F.O., M. Hungria, M. G. Yates, and W.E. Newton, eds. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

55. Jonathan Cohn, Senthil Ramu, Taesik Uhm, Douglas Cook, R. Bradley Day, and Gary Stacey. 2000. Expression of an apyrase gene of Medicago truncatula is induced by rhizobia. Pp. 265. . In Pedrosa, F.O., M. Hungria, M. G. Yates, and W.E. Newton, eds. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

56. Jeff Tomkins, Heather Smith, John Loh, Adam Judd, David Fisch, Gary Stacey, Mike Sadowsky, Rod Wing. 2000. Development of a physical map and sequence tag connector framework for the Bradyrhizobium japonicum genome. Pp. 298. . In Pedrosa, F.O., M. Hungria, M. G. Yates, and W.E. Newton, eds. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

57. Gary Stacey. 2001. The symbiosome. In S. Brenner and J.H. Miller (eds.), Encyclopedia of Genetics. Academic Press, in press.

58. Gary Stacey. 2001. Nodulation genes. In S. Brenner and J.H. Miller (eds.), Encyclopedia of Genetics. Academic Press, in press.

59. Gary Stacey. 2001. The Nod box. In S. Brenner and J.H. Miller (eds.), Encyclopedia of Genetics. Academic Press, in press.

60. G. Stacey, J. Loh, B. Zhang, Y.-H. Lee, C. Bickley, D. Lohar, G. Liao, G. Copley, M.G. Stacey. 2001. Signal exchange during the early events of soybean nodulation. In Finan, T. and W.E. Newton, eds. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. (in press).

61. Becker, J.M., V. Narita, A. Donhardt, M. Hauser, S. Koh, G. Stacey and F. Naider. 2001. Regulation and multiplicity of peptide transporters in model systems. In Lebl, M. and R.A. Houghten, eds. Peptides: The Wave of the Future. American Peptide Society.

62. Torres, M.A. and G. Stacey. 2004. Physiology and Genetics of Rhizobia – Legume Nitrogen Fixation. IN A. Hemantaranjan, ed., Physiology, Biochemistry and Genetics of Nitrogen Fixation, Chapter 16, Jodhpur, India, Scientific Publ., p. 413-441.

63. Stacey, G. and H.T. Nguyen 2004. Mapping and sequencing the gene-rich regions of the soybean genome. IN R. Wilson, H. T. Stalker, and E.C. Brummer, eds., Legume Crop Genomics, American Oil Chemist Society Press, Champaign, IL, pp.234-154.

64. Stacey, G., J. Wan, B. Andersen, and R. Carlson. 2004. Bradyrhizobium japonicum genome sequence: will this information help solve field problems? IN Moscardi, F, C.B. Hoffmann-Campo, O.F. Saraiva, P.R. Galerani, F.C. Krzyzanowski, and M.C. Carrão-Panizzi, eds., Proceedings, VII World Soybean Research Conference, EMBRAPA, Londrina, PR, Brasil, pp. 509-516.

65. Ganapathy, A., Wan, X-F., Da Gue, B., Wan, J., Thelen, J., Stacey, G., and Xu, D. (2004) Statistical assessment for mass-spec protein identification using peptide fingerprinting approach. Proceedings of 26th the Annual International Conference IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS’04) Bioinformatics and Computational Biology September 1-5, 2004, San Francisco, USA, pp. 3051- 3054.

66. Stacey, G., Huang, S., Wan, J., Zou, J., Clough, S., Scheffler, B., Kim, S-Y., and Nguyen, H. (2004) DNA microarray and proteomic analysis of root hair infection, pp. 183-184, IN Proceedings 5th European Conference on Grain Legumes, 2nd International Conference on Legume Genomics and Genetics, 7-11 June, 2004, Dijon, France, Association Européenne de Recherche sur les Protéagineux, Paris, France.

67. Stacey G, Wan J (2006) Chitin oligosaccharide signaling in plants, pp. 42-57, IN Sanchez F, Quinto C, Lopez-Lara IM, Geiger O (eds.), Biology of Plant-Microbe Interactions, Volume 5, International Society for Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactdions, St. Paul, MN.

68. Stacey, G. (2006) The Rhizobium-legume nitrogen fixing symbiosis, pp. 147-164, IN Bothe, H, Ferguson, S., Newton, W.E., eds., “Biology of the nitrogen cycle., Elsevier Publ., Amsterdam.

69. Joshi T, Wan J, Palm CJ, Juneau K, Davis R, Southwick A, Ramonell KM, Stacey G, Xu D (2007) Bioinformatics Analyses of Arabidopsis thaliana Tiling Array Expression Data. In “Knowledge Discovery in Bioinformatics: Techniques, Methods and Application” edited by Yi Pan and Xiaohua (Tony) Hu, John Wiley and Sons, New York. pp. 57-70.

70. Stacey G. Brechenmacher L, Libault M, Sachdev S (2008) Functional genomics of soybean root hair infection. IN “Biological Nitrogen Fixation: Towards Poverty Alleviation Through Sustainable Agriculture”; edited by Felix D. Dakora, Samson B.M. Chimphango, Alex J. Valentine, Claudine Emerich and William E. Newton, Springer Publ., The Netherlands, p. 181-182.

71. Jinrong Wan, Katrina Ramonell, Xuecheng Zhang, Steve Clough, Marc Libault, Geon H. Son, Minviluz G. Stacey, Ren Zhang, Jong C. Hong, and Gary Stacey (2007) Chitin Signaling in Arabidopsis, F. Sanchez, C. Quinto, I.M. Lopez-Lara, and O. Geiger (eds.), pp. 42-48, Biology of Plant-Microbe Interactions, volume 5, Int. Soc. Mol. Plant-Microbe Int., St. Paul, MN, USA

72. Tanaka K, Choi J, and Stacey G (2013) Aequorin luminescence-based functional calcium assay for heterotrimeric G-proteins in Arabidopsis. In M.P. Running, ed., G Protein-Coupled Receptor Signalling in Plants: Methods and Protocols. Methods in Molecular Biology, Humana Press, New York , Vol. 1043, pp. 45-54 [doi: 10.1007/978-1-62703-532-3_5]