Nowak, S., Kassaw, T., Urbanowicz, B., Schnabel, E., Patel, T., Flanagan, B., and Frugoli, J. (2018)
	Hydroxyproline-ortho-arabinosyl transferase genes have diverse root functions, submitted

Chavan, S., Schnabel, E., Saski, C., Frugoli, J. (2017) Fixation and Laser Capture Microdissection (LCM) of plant tissue for
	RNA extraction and RNASeq library preparation, Current Protocols in Plant Biology, 3, 1–19. doi: 10.1002/cppb.20063 

Kassaw, T., Nowak, S., Schnabel, E., and Frugoli, J. (2017) ROOT DETERMINED NODULATION1 is required for M. truncatula
	CLE12, but not CLE13 peptide signaling through the SUNN receptor kinase, Plant Physiology. 174: 2445-2456.

Crook, A., Schnabel, E.L., and Frugoli, J. (2016) The systemic nodule number regulation kinase SUNN in Medicago
	truncatula interacts with MtCLV2 and MtCRN, Plant Journal, 88: 108-119. doi: 10.1111/tpj.13234

Kassaw, T., Schnabel, E., Bridges, W. and Frugoli, J. (2015) Multiple autoregulation of nodulation (AON) signals identified 
	through split root analysis of M. truncatula sunn and rdn1 mutants, Plants 4:209-224.

Kassaw, T. and Frugoli, J. (2012) Simple and efficient methods to generate split roots and grafted plants useful for 
	long-distance signaling studies in Medicago truncatula and other small plants, Plant Methods, 8:38
Schnabel, E., Karve, A., Kassaw, T., Mukherjee, A., Zhou, X., Hall, T., and Frugoli, J. (2011) The M. truncatula SUNN gene is
	expressed in vascular tissue, similarly to RDN1, consistent with the role of these nodulation regulation genes in long 
	distance signaling, Plant Signaling and Behavior, 7:1-3.
Schnabel, E., Kassaw, T., Smith, L., Marsh, J., Oldroyd, G., Long, S. and Frugoli, J. (2011) ROOT DETERMINED 
	NODULATION 1 regulates nodule number in M. truncatula and defines a highly conserved, uncharacterized plant 
	gene family, Plant Physiology, 157: 328-340.
Schnabel, E., Smith, C., Long, S. and Frugoli, J. (2010) Transcript profiling in M. truncatula  and sunn-1 mutants reveals 
	different expression profiles despite disrupted SUNN gene function in both mutants, Plant Signaling and Behavior,
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	truncatulareduces expression of the SUNN gene, (2010) Plant Physiology 154: 1390-1402.
Ané, J.M., Zhu, H., and Frugoli, J. (2008) Recent advances in Medicago truncatula genomics, International Journal of Plant
	Genomics, Vol 2008, Article ID 256597, doi:10.1155/2008/256597.
Huo, X., Schnabel, E., Hughes, K. and Frugoli, J., RNAi phenotypes and the localization of a protein::GUS fusion imply a role
	for Medicago truncatula PIN genes in nodulation Journal of Plant Growth Regulation, 25:156-165.

Schnabel, E., Journet, E.P., Carvalho-Niebel, F., Duc, G., and Frugoli, J.  The Medicago truncatula SUNN gene encoding a 
	CLV1-like leucine-rich repeat receptor kinase regulates both nodule number and root length, Plant Molecular Biology 

Schnabel, E. and Frugoli, J. (2004) The PIN and LAX families of auxin transport genes in Medicago truncatula,
	Molecular Genomics and Genetics  272:420-432 

Schnabel, E., Kulikova, O., Penmetsa, V., Bisseling, T., Cook, D., Frugoli, J. (2003) An integrated physical, genetic and 
	cytogenetic map around the sunn locus of M. truncatula, Genome, 46(4):665-72.

Penmetsa, V., Frugoli, J., Smith, L., Long, S. and Cook, D. (2003) Genetic Evidence For Dual Pathway Control Of Nodule 
	Number In Medicago truncatula, Plant Physiology, 131:998-1008.

Frugoli, J. and VandenBosch, K.A. (2001) Standards and guidelines for genetic nomenclature for the model legume 
	Medicago truncatula, Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, Vol 13:1364-1367.

Frugoli, J. and Harris, J. (2001) Medicago truncatula on the move, Plant Cell, 13: 458-463.

Frugoli, J., McPeek, M., Thomas, T. and McClung, C.R. (1998) Intron loss and gain during the evolution of the catalase
	gene family in angiosperms, Genetics, 149: 355-365.

Frugoli, J., Zhong, H. H., Nuccio, P., McPeek, M., McCourt, P., Thomas, T. and McClung, C. R. (1996) Catalase is encoded 
	by a multi-gene family in Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) Heynh, Plant Physiology, Vol. 112:327-336.

Book Chapters:
Kassaw, T. and Frugoli, J. (2013) Journey to Nodule Formation: From Molecular Dialogue to Nitrogen Fixation, Progress in 
	Symbiotic Endophytes, R. Aroca, ed, Springer p3-25.

Frugoli, J. (2008) Medicago truncatula as a model plant in Plant Molecular Biology, in Handbook of New Technologies for
		Genetic Improvement of Legumes, P.B. Kirti, ed., the Haworth Press, New York pp 339-352.
Mukherjee, A. and Frugoli, J. (2007) Advances in Legume/Rhizobial Symbiosis Research, in Recent Developments in 
	Medicinal Plant Research, Capasso, A., ed, Research Signpost Press, pp 373-392.