The primary focus of Carmel’s current research is to investigate the mechanisms that underlie the effects of temperature at key developmental growth stages of oilseed rape, and their impact on crop yield.
This work is carried out using both field and controlled environment growth conditions.
Stephenson P., Stacey N., Bruser M., Pullen N., Ilyas M., O'Neill C., Wells R., Ostergaard L. (2019)The power of model-to-crop translation illustrated by reducing seed loss from pod shatter in oilseed rape.Plant reproductionPublisher's version: 2194-7953
Sanyal A., Lenoir J., O'Neill C., Dubois F., Decocq G. (2018)Intraspecific and interspecific adaptive latitudinal cline in Brassicaceae seed oil traits.American Journal of Botany (105)Publisher's version: 0002-9122
Fedi F., O'Neill C. M., Menard G., Trick M., Dechirico S., Corbineau F., Bailly C., Eastmond P. J., Penfield S. (2017)Awake1, an ABC-Type Transporter, Reveals an Essential Role for Suberin in the Control of Seed Dormancy.Plant Physiology (174)Publisher's version: 0032-0889