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    1. Cordts, S; Bantin, J; Wittich, PE; Kranz, E; Lorz, H; Dresselhaus, T
      ZmES genes encode peptides with structural homology to defensins and are specifically expressed in the female gametophyte of maize

      PLANT JOURNAL
    2. Oldach, KH; Becker, D; Lorz, H
      Heterologous expression of genes mediating enhanced fungal resistance in transgenic wheat

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    3. Oldach, KH; Morgenstern, A; Rother, S; Girgi, M; O'Kennedy, M; Lorz, H
      Efficient in vitro plant regeneration from immature zygotic embryos of pearl millet [Pennisetum glaucum (L.) R. Br.] and Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench

      PLANT CELL REPORTS
    4. Baudino, S; Hansen, S; Brettschneider, R; Hecht, VRG; Dresselhaus, T; Lorz, H; Dumas, C; Rogowsky, PM
      Molecular characterisation of two novel maize LRR receptor-like kinases, which belong to the SERK gene family

      PLANTA
    5. Heuer, S; Hansen, S; Bantin, J; Brettschneider, R; Kranz, E; Lorz, H; Dresselhaus, T
      The maize MADS box gene ZmMADS3 affects node number and spikelet development and is co-expressed with ZmMADS1 during flower development, in egg cells, and early embryogenesis

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    6. Scholz, S; Lorz, H; Lutticke, S
      Transposition of the maize transposable element Ac in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.)

      MOLECULAR AND GENERAL GENETICS
    7. Heuer, S; Lorz, H; Dresselhaus, T
      The MADS box gene ZmMADS2 is specifically expressed in maize pollen and during maize pollen tube growth

      SEXUAL PLANT REPRODUCTION
    8. Hernandez, P; Barcelo, P; Lazzeri, PA; Flores, E; Lorz, H; Martin, A
      Morphological and agronomic variation in transgenic tritordeum lines grownin the field

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    9. Pasternak, TP; Rudas, VA; Lorz, H; Kumlehn, J
      Embryogenic callus formation and plant regeneration from leaf base segments of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.)

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    10. Dresselhaus, T; Cordts, S; Lorz, H
      A transcript encoding translation initiation factor eIF-5A is stored in unfertilized egg cells of maize

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    11. Orlov, PA; Becker, D; Shewe, G; Lorz, H
      Cytoplasmic effects on pollen embryogenesis induction in wheat microspore culture

      CEREAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    12. Kumlehn, J; Lorz, H; Kranz, E
      Monitoring individual development of isolated wheat zygotes: a novel approach to study early embryogenesis

      PROTOPLASMA
    13. Dresselhaus, T; Cordts, S; Heuer, S; Sauter, M; Lorz, H; Kranz, E
      Novel ribosomal genes from maize are differentiaily expressed in the zygotic and somatic cell cycles

      MOLECULAR AND GENERAL GENETICS
    14. Jahne-Gartner, A; Lorz, H
      Protocols for anther and microspore culture of barley

      PLANT CELL CULTURE PROTOCOLS
    15. KRANZ E; VONWIEGEN P; QUADER H; LORZ H
      ENDOSPERM DEVELOPMENT AFTER FUSION OF ISOLATED, SINGLE MAIZE SPERM AND CENTRAL CELLS IN-VITRO

      The Plant cell
    16. SAUTER M; VONWIEGEN P; LORZ H; KRANZ E
      CELL-CYCLE REGULATORY GENES FROM MAIZE ARE DIFFERENTIALLY CONTROLLED DURING FERTILIZATION AND FIRST EMBRYONIC-CELL DIVISION

      Sexual plant reproduction
    17. GLESS C; LORZ H; JAHNEGARTNER A
      ESTABLISHMENT OF A HIGHLY EFFICIENT REGENERATION SYSTEM FROM LEAF BASE SEGMENTS OF OAT (AVENA-SATIVA L.)

      Plant cell reports
    18. GLESS C; LORZ H; JAHNEGARTNER A
      TRANSGENIC OAT PLANTS OBTAINED AT HIGH-EFFICIENCY BY MICROPROJECTILE BOMBARDMENT OF LEAF BASE SEGMENTS

      Journal of plant physiology
    19. JAHNKE A; LORZ H; DURING K
      A REPRESSION SYSTEM FOR GENES ENCODING PROTEINS TOXIC TO BACTERIA IN AGROBACTERIUM-TUMEFACIENS-MEDIATED PLANT TRANSFORMATION

      Journal of biotechnology
    20. LECKBAND G; LORZ H
      TRANSFORMATION AND EXPRESSION OF A STILBENE SYNTHASE GENE OF VITIS-VINIFERA L. IN BARLEY AND WHEAT FOR INCREASED FUNGAL RESISTANCE

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    21. KUMLEHN J; LORZ H; KRANZ E
      DIFFERENTIATION OF ISOLATED WHEAT ZYGOTES INTO EMBRYOS AND NORMAL PLANTS

      Planta
    22. LORZ H; BECKER D; LUTTICKE S
      MOLECULAR WHEAT BREEDING BY DIRECT GENE-TRANSFER

      Euphytica
    23. KATOH N; LORZ H; KRANZ E
      ISOLATION OF VIABLE EGG CELLS OF RAPE (BRASSICA-NAPUS L)

      Zygote
    24. KUMLEHN J; BRETTSCHNEIDER R; LORZ H; KRANZ E
      ZYGOTE IMPLANTATION TO CULTURED OVULES LEADS TO DIRECT EMBRYOGENESIS AND PLANT-REGENERATION OF WHEAT

      Plant journal
    25. KUMLEHN J; SCHIEDER O; LORZ H
      IN-VITRO DEVELOPMENT OF WHEAT (TRITICUM-AESTIVUM L) FROM ZYGOTE TO PLANT VIA OVULE CULTURE

      Plant cell reports
    26. BRETTSCHNEIDER R; BECKER D; LORZ H
      EFFICIENT TRANSFORMATION OF SCUTELLAR TISSUE OF IMMATURE MAIZE EMBRYOS

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    27. PEDERSEN C; ZIMNY J; BECKER D; JAHNEGARTNER A; LORZ H
      LOCALIZATION OF INTRODUCED GENES ON THE CHROMOSOMES OF TRANSGENIC BARLEY, WHEAT AND TRITICALE BY FLUORESCENCE IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    28. STOLDT A; WANG XH; LORZ H
      PRIMARY CALLUS AS SOURCE OF TOTIPOTENT BARLEY (HORDEUM-VULGARE L) PROTOPLASTS

      Plant cell reports
    29. MULLER E; LORZ H; LUTTICKE S
      VARIABILITY OF TRANSGENE EXPRESSION IN CLONAL CELL-LINES OF WHEAT

      PLANT SCIENCE
    30. RICHERT J; KRANZ E; LORZ H; DRESSELHAUS T
      A REVERSE TRANSCRIPTASE-POLYMERASE CHAIN-REACTION ASSAY FOR GENE-EXPRESSION STUDIES AT THE SINGLE-CELL LEVEL

      PLANT SCIENCE
    31. DRESSELHAUS T; HAGEL C; LORZ H; KRANZ E
      ISOLATION OF A FULL-LENGTH CDNA-ENCODING CALRETICULIN FROM A PCR LIBRARY OF IN-VITRO ZYGOTES OF MAIZE

      Plant molecular biology
    32. DRESSELHAUS T; BARCELO P; HAGEL C; LORZ H; HUMBECK K
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A TRITORDEUM CDNA-ENCODING S-ADENOSYLMETHIONINE DECARBOXYLASE THAT IS CIRCADIAN-CLOCK-REGULATED

      Plant molecular biology
    33. KRAUTWIG B; LORZ H
      FROM CELL TO WHEAT PLANT - IN-VITRO EMBYR OGENESIS AND REGENERATION IN POACEAE

      Naturwissenschaften
    34. ZIMNY J; BECKER D; BRETTSCHNEIDER R; LORZ H
      FERTILE, TRANSGENIC TRITICALE (X TRITICOSECALE WITTMACK)

      Molecular breeding
    35. KRANZ E; VONWIEGEN P; LORZ H
      EARLY CYTOLOGICAL EVENTS AFTER INDUCTION OF CELL-DIVISION IN EGG CELLS AND ZYGOTE DEVELOPMENT FOLLOWING IN-VITRO FERTILIZATION WITH ANGIOSPERM GAMETES

      Plant journal
    36. WINFIELD MO; SCHMITT M; LORZ H; DAVEY MR; KARP A
      NONRANDOM CHROMOSOME VARIATION AND MORPHOGENIC POTENTIAL IN CELL-LINES OF BREAD WHEAT (TRITICUM-AESTIVUM L)

      Genome
    37. KRAUTWIG B; LORZ H
      SINGLE ANDROGENETIC STRUCTURES OF MAIZE (ZEA-MAYS L) FOR THE INITIATION OF HOMOGENEOUS CELL-SUSPENSION AND PROTOPLAST CULTURES

      Plant cell reports
    38. LANGE FD; BROWN PTH; KOLLMORGEN JF; LORZ H
      IN-VITRO SELECTION FOR MODIFIED AMINO-ACID PATHWAYS IN TRITICUM SPECIES

      Plant breeding
    39. FRETZ A; LORZ H
      CRYOPRESERVATION OF IN-VITRO CULTURES OF BARLEY (HORDEUM-VULGARE L AND H-MURINUM L) AND TRANSGENIC CELLS OF WHEAT (TRITICUM-AESTIVUM L)

      Journal of plant physiology
    40. KRAUTWIG B; LORZ H
      CEREAL PROTOPLASTS

      PLANT SCIENCE
    41. JAHNE A; LORZ H
      CEREAL MICROSPORE CULTURE

      PLANT SCIENCE
    42. STIRN S; MORDHORST AP; FUCHS S; LORZ H
      MOLECULAR AND BIOCHEMICAL MARKERS FOR EMBRYOGENIC POTENTIAL AND REGENERATIVE CAPACITY OF BARLEY (HORDEUM-VULGARE L) CELL-CULTURES

      PLANT SCIENCE
    43. FUNATSUKI H; KURODA H; KIHARA M; LAZZERI PA; MULLER E; LORZ H; KISHINAMI I
      FERTILE TRANSGENIC BARLEY GENERATED BY DIRECT DNA TRANSFER TO PROTOPLASTS

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    44. JAHNE A; BECKER D; LORZ H
      GENETIC-ENGINEERING OF CEREAL CROP PLANTS - A REVIEW

      Euphytica
    45. BARCELO P; HAGEL C; BECKER D; MARTIN A; LORZ H
      TRANSGENIC CEREAL (TRITORDEUM) PLANTS OBTAINED AT HIGH-EFFICIENCY BY MICROPROJECTILE BOMBARDMENT OF INFLORESCENCE TISSUE

      Plant journal
    46. DRESSELHAUS T; LORZ H; KRANZ E
      REPRESENTATIVE CDNA LIBRARIES FROM FEW PLANT-CELLS

      Plant journal
    47. BECKER D; BRETTSCHNEIDER R; LORZ H
      FERTILE TRANSGENIC WHEAT FROM MICROPROJECTILE BOMBARDMENT OF SCUTELLAR TISSUE

      Plant journal
    48. WANG XH; LORZ H
      PLANT-REGENERATION FROM PROTOPLASTS OF WILD BARLEY (HORDEUM-MURINUM L)

      Plant cell reports
    49. STIRN S; HOPSTOCK A; LORZ H
      BIOREACTOR CULTURES OF EMBRYOGENIC SUSPENSIONS OF BARLEY (HORDEUM-VULGARE L) AND MAIZE (ZEA-MAYS L)

      Journal of plant physiology
    50. FUNATSUKI H; MULLER E; LORZ H; LAZZERI PA
      PRODUCTION OF SOMATIC HYBRID CALLI BETWEEN HORDEUM-VULGARE L AND HORDEUM-BULBOSUM L

      Journal of plant physiology
    51. KRAUTWIG B; LAZZERI PA; LORZ H
      INFLUENCE OF ENZYME SOLUTION ON PROTOPLAST CULTURE AND TRANSIENT GENE-EXPRESSION IN MAIZE (ZEA-MAYS L)

      Plant cell, tissue and organ culture
    52. JAHNE A; BECKER D; BRETTSCHNEIDER R; LORZ H
      REGENERATION OF TRANSGENIC, MICROSPORE-DERIVED, FERTILE BARLEY

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    53. BARCELO P; CABRERA A; HAGEL C; LORZ H
      PRODUCTION OF DOUBLED-HAPLOID PLANTS FROM TRITORDEUM ANTHER CULTURE

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    54. KRANZ E; LORZ H
      IN-VITRO FERTILIZATION WITH ISOLATED, SINGLE GAMETES RESULTS IN ZYGOTIC EMBRYOGENESIS AND FERTILE MAIZE PLANTS

      The Plant cell
    55. FAURE JE; MORGENSEN HL; DUMAS C; LORZ H; KRANZ E
      KARYOGAMY AFTER ELECTROFUSION OF SINGLE EGG AND SPERM CELL PROTOPLASTS FROM MAIZE - CYTOLOGICAL EVIDENCE AND TIME-COURSE

      The Plant cell
    56. DURING K; PORSCH P; FLADUNG M; LORZ H
      TRANSGENIC POTATO PLANTS RESISTANT TO THE PHYTOPATHOGENIC BACTERIUM ERWINIA-CAROTOVORA

      Plant journal
    57. MORDHORST AP; LORZ H
      EMBRYOGENESIS AND DEVELOPMENT OF ISOLATED BARLEY (HORDEUM-VULGARE L) MICROSPORES ARE INFLUENCED BY THE AMOUNT AND COMPOSITION OF NITROGEN-SOURCES IN CULTURE MEDIA

      Journal of plant physiology
    58. WANG XH; LAZZERI PA; LORZ H
      REGENERATION OF HAPLOID, DIHAPLOID AND DIPLOID PLANTS FROM ANTHER-DERIVED AND EMBRYO-DERIVED CELL-SUSPENSIONS OF WILD BARLEY (HORDEUM-MURINUM L)

      Journal of plant physiology


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