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Pook, V.G., Nair, M., Ryu, K., Arpin, J.C., Schiefelbein, J., Schrick, K., and DeBolt, S. 2017. Positioning of the SCRAMBLED receptor requires UDP-Glc:sterol glucosyltransferase 80B1 in Arabidopsis roots. Sci Rep. 7(1): 5714.

Msanne, J., Chen, M., Luttgeharm, K., Bradley, A.M., Mays, E.S., Paper, J.M., Boyle, D.L., Cahoon, R.E., Schrick, K., and Cahoon, E.B. 2015. Glucosylceramide is critical for cell-type differentiation and organogenesis, but not for cell viability in Arabidopsis. Plant J. 84: 188-201.

Stucky, D.F., Arpin, J.C., and Schrick, K. 2015. Functional diversification of two UGT80 enzymes required for steryl glucoside synthesis inArabidopsis. J. Exp. Bot.66:189-201.

Schrick, K., Bruno, M., Khosla, A., Cox, P.N., Marlatt, S.A., Roque, R.A., Nguyen, H.C., He, C., Snyder, M.P., Singh, D., and Yadav, G. 2014. Shared functions of plant and mammalian StAR-related lipid transfer (START) domains in modulating transcription factor activity. BMC Biology 12: 70. F1000

Khosla, A., Paper, J.M., Boehler, A.P., Bradley, A.M., Neumann, T.R., and Schrick, K. 2014. HD-Zip proteins GL2 and HDG11 have redundant functions in Arabidopsis trichomes and Gl2 activates a positive feedback loop via MYB23. Plant Cell 26: 2184-2200. F1000

Schrick, K., DeBolt, S., and Bulone, V. 2012. Deciphering the molecular functions of sterols in cellulose biosynthesis. Front. Plant Sci. 3: 84. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2012.00084

Schrick, K., Shiva, S., Arpin, J.C., Delimont, N., Isaac, G., Tamura, P., and Welti, R. 2012. Steryl glucoside and acyl steryl glucoside analysis of Arabidopsis seeds by electrospray ionization tandem mass spectrometry. Lipids47: 185-193.

Schrick, K., Cordova, C., Li, G., Murray, L., and Fujioka, S. 2011. A dynamic role for sterols in embryogenesis of Pisum sativum. Phytochemistry72: 465-475.

DeBolt, S., Scheible, W.-R., Schrick, K., Auer, M., Beisson, F., Bischoff, V., Bouvier-Navé, P., Carroll, A., Hematy, K., Li, Y., Milne, J., Nair, M., Schaller, H., Zemla, M. and Somerville, C. 2009.  Mutations in UDP-glucose:sterol-glucosyltransferase in Arabidopsis cause transparent testa phenotype and suberization defects in seeds. Plant Physiology151: 78-87.

Venkata, B.P. and Schrick, K. 2006. START domains in lipid/sterol transfer and signaling in plants. In C. Benning and J. Ohlrogge (eds.): Current Advances in Biochemistry and Cell Biology of Plant Lipids: Proceedings of the 17th International Symposium on Plant Lipids, Michigan State University Press, East Lansing, Michigan. ISPL2006, pp. 57-61. 

Schrick, K., Nguyen, D., Karlowski, W.M. and Mayer, K.F.X. 2004. START lipid/sterol binding domains are amplified in plants and are predominately associated with homeodomain transcription factors. Genome Biology5: R41.

Schrick, K., Fujioka, S., Takatsuto, S., Stierhof, Y.-D., Stransky, H., Yoshida, S. and Jürgens, G. 2004. A link between sterol biosynthesis, the cell wall and cellulose in Arabidopsis. Plant J. 38: 227-243.

Schrick, K., Mayer, U., Martin, G., Bellini, C., Kuhnt, C., Schmidt, J. and Jürgens, G. 2002. Interactions between sterol biosynthesis genes in embryonic development ofArabidopsis. Plant J. 31: 61-73. (article featured in cover illustration)

Schrick, K. and Laux, T. 2001. Zygotic Embryogenesis: The formation of an embryo from a fertilized egg. In S.S. Bhojwani & W.Y. Soh (eds.) Current Trends in the Embryology of Angiosperms, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, pp. 249-277.

Schrick, K. 2000. Perspective: Plant developmental biologists show their colors: Toward a virtual understanding of green development. Science´s STKE (Dec. 5).

Schrick, K., Mayer, U., Horrichs, A., Kuhnt, C., Bellini, C., Dangl, J., Schmidt, J. and Jürgens, G. 2000. FACKEL is a sterol C-14 reductase required for organized cell division and expansion in Arabidopsis embryogenesis. Genes Dev. 14: 1471-1485. (article featured in cover illustration)

Schrick, K., Garvik, B. and Hartwell, L.H. 1997. Mating in Saccharomyces cerevisiae: The role of the pheromone signal transduction pathway in the chemotropic response to pheromone. Genetics147: 19-32.

Dorer, R., Pryciak, P., Schrick, K. and Hartwell, L.H. 1994. The induction of cell polarity by pheromone in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Harvey Lect. 90: 95-104.

Bennetzen, J. L., Schrick, K., Springer, P.S., Brown, W.E. and SanMiguel, P. 1994. Active maize genes are unmodified and flanked by diverse classes of modified, highly repetitive DNA. Genome37: 565-576.