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Clement Bagaza

Clement Bagaza

Ph.D. Candidate, Biological Sciences

Phone: (573) 882-3440
cb36f@missouri.edu
304 Bond Life Sciences Center

Topological data analysis as a morphometric method: Using persistent homology to demarcate a leaf morphospace. Li M, An H, Angelovici R, Bagaza C, Batushansky A, Clark L, Coneva V, Donoghue MJ, Edwards E, Fajardo D, Fang H, Frank MH, Gallaher T, Gebken S, Hill T, Jansky S, Kaur B, Klahs PC, Klein LL, Kuraparthy V, Londo J, Migicovsky Z, Miller A, Mohn R, Myles S, Otoni WC, Pires JC, Rieffer E, Schmerler S, Spriggs E, Topp CN, Van Deynze A, Zhang K, Zhu L, Zink BM, Chitwood DH. Frontiers in Plant Science; 9:553.

Featured in this article: Ruthie Angelovici, Clement Bagaza, J. Chris Pires.

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The complex response of free and bound amino acids to water stress during the seed setting stage in Arabidopsis. Yobi A, Bagaza C, Batushansky A, Shrestha V, Emery ML, Holden S, Turner-Hissong S, Miller ND, Mawhinney TP, Angelovici R. Plant Journal; 102(4):838-855.

Featured in this article: Abou Yobi, Clement Bagaza, Ruthie Angelovici.

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MGWAS uncovers Gln-glucosinolate seed-specific interaction and its role in metabolic homeostasis. Slaten ML, Yobi A, Bagaza C, Chan YO, Shrestha V, Holden S, Katz E, Kanstrup C, Lipka AE, Kliebenstein DJ, Nour-Eldin HH, Angelovici R. Plant Physiology; 183(2):483-500.

Featured in this article: Marianne Slaten, Abou Yobi, Clement Bagaza, Yen On Chan, Ruthie Angelovici.

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