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Dr Jack Matthews

Visiting Fellow
School of Life Sciences
Dr Jack Matthews
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    +44 (0) 1206 873726

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    3SW.5.36, Colchester Campus

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Qualifications

  • PhD University of Essex, (2018)

  • BSc University of Essex, (2013)

Publications

Journal articles (13)

Vialet-Chabrand, S., Matthews, JSA. and Lawson, T., (2021). Light, power, action! Interaction of respiratory energy and blue light induced stomatal movements. New Phytologist. 231 (6), 2231-2246

Alvarez‐Fernandez, R., Penfold, CA., Galvez‐Valdivieso, G., Exposito‐Rodriguez, M., Stallard, EJ., Bowden, L., Moore, JD., Mead, A., Davey, PA., Matthews, JSA., Beynon, J., Buchanan‐Wollaston, V., Wild, DL., Lawson, T., Bechtold, U., Denby, KJ. and Mullineaux, PM., (2021). Time series transcriptomics reveals a BBX32-directed control of acclimation to high light in mature Arabidopsis leaves. The Plant Journal. 107 (5), 1363-1386

Matthews, JSA., Vialet-Chabrand, S. and Lawson, T., (2020). Role of blue and red light in stomatal dynamic behaviour. Journal of Experimental Botany. 71 (7), 2253-2269

Lawson, T. and Matthews, J., (2020). Guard Cell Metabolism and Stomatal Function. Annual Review of Plant Biology. 71 (1), 273-302

Faralli, M., Matthews, J. and Lawson, T., (2019). Exploiting natural variation and genetic manipulation of stomatal conductance for crop improvement. Current Opinion in Plant Biology. 49, 1-7

Matthews, J. and Lawson, T., (2019). Climate Change and Stomatal Physiology. Annual Plant Reviews Online. 2 (3), 713-752

Matthews, JSA., Vialet-Chabrand, SRM. and Lawson, T., (2018). Acclimation to fluctuating light impacts the rapidity and diurnal rhythm of stomatal conductance.. Plant Physiology. 176 (3), 1939-1951

Vialet-Chabrand, S., Matthews, JSA., Simkin, AJ., Raines, CA. and Lawson, T., (2017). Importance of Fluctuations in Light on Plant Photosynthetic Acclimation. Plant Physiology. 173 (4), 2163-2179

Matthews, JSA., Vialet-Chabrand, SRM. and Lawson, T., (2017). Diurnal Variation in Gas Exchange: The Balance between Carbon Fixation and Water Loss. Plant Physiology. 174 (2), 614-623

Vialet-Chabrand, SRM., Matthews, JSA., McAusland, L., Blatt, MR., Griffiths, H. and Lawson, T., (2017). Temporal Dynamics of Stomatal Behavior: Modeling and Implications for Photosynthesis and Water Use. Plant Physiology. 174 (2), 603-613

Vialet-Chabrand, S., Matthews, JSA., Brendel, O., Blatt, MR., Wang, Y., Hills, A., Griffiths, H., Rogers, S. and Lawson, T., (2016). Modelling water use efficiency in a dynamic environment: An example using Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Science. 251, 65-74

Horrer, D., Flütsch, S., Pazmino, D., Matthews, JSA., Thalmann, M., Nigro, A., Leonhardt, N., Lawson, T. and Santelia, D., (2016). Blue Light Induces a Distinct Starch Degradation Pathway in Guard Cells for Stomatal Opening. Current Biology. 26 (3), 362-370

Bechtold, U., Penfold, CA., Jenkins, DJ., Legaie, R., Moore, JD., Lawson, T., Matthews, JSA., Vialet-Chabrand, SRM., Baxter, L., Subramaniam, S., Hickman, R., Florance, H., Sambles, C., Salmon, DL., Feil, R., Bowden, L., Hill, C., Baker, NR., Lunn, JE., Finkenstädt, B., Mead, A., Buchanan-Wollaston, V., Beynon, J., Rand, DA., Wild, DL., Denby, KJ., Ott, S., Smirnoff, N. and Mullineaux, PM., (2016). Time-series transcriptomics reveals that AGAMOUS-LIKE22 affects primary metabolism and developmental processes in drought-stressed arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 28 (2), 345-366

Book chapters (1)

McAusland, L., Vialet-Chabrand, SRM., Matthews, JSA. and Lawson, T., (2015). Spatial and Temporal Responses in Stomatal Behaviour, Photosynthesis and Implications for Water-Use Efficiency. In: Rhythms in Plants. Springer International Publishing. 97- 119. 9783319205168

Reports and Papers (1)

Alvarez-Fernandez, R., Penfold, CA., Galvez-Valdivieso, G., Exposito-Rodriguez, M., Stallard, EJ., Bowden, L., Moore, JD., Mead, A., Davey, PA., Matthews, JSA., Beynon, J., Buchanan-Wollaston, V., Wild, DL., Lawson, T., Bechtold, U., Denby, K. and Mullineaux, PM., Time series transcriptomics reveals a BBX32-directed control of dynamic acclimation to high light in mature Arabidopsis leaves

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jsamat@essex.ac.uk
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3SW.5.36, Colchester Campus

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