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    1. Will, B; Jouanin, L; Rennenberg, H
      Protection from paraquat-mediated photo-oxidative stress by glutathione inpoplar (Populus tremula x P-alba) plants

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    2. Blaschke, L; Schulte, M; Raschi, A; Slee, N; Rennenberg, H; Polle, A
      Photosynthesis, soluble and structural carbon compounds in two Mediterranean oak species (Quercus pubescens and Q-ilex) after lifetime growth at naturally elevated CO2 concentrations

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    3. Aulakh, MS; Wassmann, R; Bueno, C; Kreuzwieser, J; Rennenberg, H
      Characterization of root exudates at different growth stages of fen rice (Oryza sativa L.) cultivars (vol 3, pg 139, 2001)

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    4. Heizmann, U; Kreuzwieser, J; Schnitzler, JP; Bruggemann, N; Rennenberg, H
      Assimilate transport in the xylem sap of pedunculate oak (Quercus robur) saplings

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    5. Aulakh, MS; Wassmann, R; Bueno, C; Kreuzwieser, J; Rennenberg, H
      Characterization of root exudates at different growth stages of ten rice (Oryza sativa L.) cultivars

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    6. Rennenberg, H; Stoermer, H; Weber, P; Daum, M; Papen, H
      Competition of spruce trees for substrates of microbial N2O-production and-emission in a forest ecosystem

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED BOTANY-ANGEWANDTE BOTANIK
    7. Marabottini, R; Schraml, C; Paolacci, AR; Sorgona, A; Raschi, A; Rennenberg, H; Badiani, M
      Foliar antioxidant status of adult Mediterranean oak species (Quercus ilexL. and Q-pubescens Willd.) exposed to permanent CO2-enrichment and to seasonal water stress

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    8. Aulakh, MS; Wassmann, R; Rennenberg, H
      Methane emissions from rice fields - Quantification, mechanisms, role of management, and mitigation options

      ADVANCES IN AGRONOMY, VOL 70
    9. Aulakh, MS; Wassmann, R; Bueno, C; Rennenberg, H
      Impact of root exudates of different cultivars and plant development stages of rice (Oryza sativa L.) on methane production in a paddy soil

      PLANT AND SOIL
    10. Kreuzwieser, J; Harren, FJM; Laarhoven, LJJ; Boamfa, I; te Lintel-Hekkert, S; Scheerer, U; Huglin, C; Rennenberg, H
      Acetaldehyde emission by the leaves of trees - correlation with physiological and environmental parameters

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    11. Li, XM; Wanek, W; Nehls, U; Popp, M; Hampp, R; Rennenberg, H; Einig, W
      Phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase in mistletoe leaves: Regulation of gene expression, protein content, and covalent modification

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    12. Fotelli, MN; Gessler, A; Peuke, AD; Rennenberg, H
      Drought affects the competitive interactions between Fagus sylvatica seedlings and an early successional species, Rubus fruticosus: responses of growth, water status and delta C-13 composition

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    13. Gessler, A; Schrempp, S; Matzarakis, A; Mayer, H; Rennenberg, H; Adams, MA
      Radiation modifies the effect of water availability on the carbon isotope composition of beach (Fagus sylvatica)

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    14. Herschbach, C; Rennenberg, H
      Sulfur nutrition of deciduous trees

      NATURWISSENSCHAFTEN
    15. Hansch, R; Fessel, DG; Witt, C; Hesberg, C; Hoffmann, G; Walch-Liu, P; Engels, C; Kruse, J; Rennenberg, H; Kaiser, WM; Mendel, RR
      Tobacco plants that lack expression of functional nitrate reductase in roots show changes in growth rates and metabolite accumulation

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    16. Gullner, G; Komives, T; Rennenberg, H
      Enhanced tolerance of transgenic poplar plants overexpressing gamma-glutamylcysteine synthetase towards chloroacetanilide herbicides

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    17. Herschbach, C; Rennenberg, H
      Significance of phloem-translocated organic sulfur compounds for the regulation of sulfur nutrition

      PROGRESS IN BOTANY, 62
    18. Aulakh, MS; Wassmann, R; Rennenberg, H; Fink, S
      Pattern and amount of aerenchyma relate to variable methane transport capacity of different rice cultivars

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    19. Wassmann, R; Neue, HU; Lantin, RS; Buendia, LV; Rennenberg, H
      Characterization of methane emissions from rice fields in Asia. I. Comparison among field sites in five countries

      NUTRIENT CYCLING IN AGROECOSYSTEMS
    20. Wassmann, R; Neue, HU; Lantin, RS; Makarim, K; Chareonsilp, N; Buendia, LV; Rennenberg, H
      Characterization of methane emissions from rice fields in Asia. II. Differences among irrigated, rainfed, and deepwater rice

      NUTRIENT CYCLING IN AGROECOSYSTEMS
    21. Aulakh, MS; Bodenbender, J; Wassmann, R; Rennenberg, H
      Methane transport capacity of rice plants. I. Influence of methane concentration and growth stage analyzed with an automated measuring system

      NUTRIENT CYCLING IN AGROECOSYSTEMS
    22. Aulakh, MS; Bodenbender, J; Wassmann, R; Rennenberg, H
      Methane transport capacity of rice plants. II. Variations among different rice cultivars and relationship with morphological characteristics

      NUTRIENT CYCLING IN AGROECOSYSTEMS
    23. Kristensen, E; Bodenbender, J; Jensen, MH; Rennenberg, H; Jensen, KM
      Sulfur cycling of intertidal Wadden Sea sediments (Konigshafen, Island of Sylt, Germany): sulfate reduction and sulfur gas emission

      JOURNAL OF SEA RESEARCH
    24. Gessler, A; Rennenberg, H
      The effect of liming on the soluble nitrogen pool in Norway spruce (Picea abies) exposed to high loads of nitrogen

      PHYTON-ANNALES REI BOTANICAE
    25. Butterbach-Bahl, K; Papen, H; Rennenberg, H
      Scanning electron microscopy analysis of the aerenchyma in two rice cultivars

      PHYTON-ANNALES REI BOTANICAE
    26. Herschbach, C; van der Zalm, E; Schneider, A; Jouanin, L; De Kok, LJ; Rennenberg, H
      Regulation of sulfur nutrition in wild-type and transgenic poplar over-expressing gamma-glutamylcysteine synthetase in the cytosol as affected by atmospheric H2S

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    27. Kreuzwieser, J; Stulen, I; Wiersema, P; Vaalburg, W; Rennenberg, H
      Nitrate transport processes in Fagus-Laccaria-mycorrhizae

      PLANT AND SOIL
    28. Kreuzwieser, J; Kuhnemann, F; Martis, A; Rennenberg, H; Urban, W
      Diurnal pattern of acetaldehyde emission by flooded poplar trees

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    29. Gessler, A; Rienks, M; Rennenberg, H
      NH3 and NO2 fluxes between beech trees and the atmosphere - correlation with climatic and physiological parameters

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    30. Hartmann, T; Mult, S; Suter, M; Rennenberg, H; Herschbach, C
      Leaf age-dependent differences in sulphur assimilation and allocation in poplar (Populus tremula x P-alba) leaves

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    31. Schraml, C; Rennenberg, H
      Sensitivity of different ecotypes of beech trees (Fagus sylvatica L.) to drought stress

      FORSTWISSENSCHAFTLICHES CENTRALBLATT
    32. Bodenbender, J; Wassmann, R; Papen, H; Rennenberg, H
      Temporal and spatial variation of sulfur-gas-transfer between coastal marine sediments and the atmosphere

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    33. Bourgis, F; Roje, S; Nuccio, ML; Fisher, DB; Tarczynski, MC; Li, CJ; Herschbach, C; Rennenberg, H; Pimenta, MJ; Shen, TL; Gage, DA; Hanson, AD
      S-methylmethionine plays a major role in phloem sulfur transport and is synthesized by a novel type of methyltransferase

      PLANT CELL
    34. Rennenberg, H; Gessler, A
      Consequences of N deposition to forest ecosystems - Recent results and future research needs

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    35. Rennenberg, H
      The significance of ectomycorrhizal fungi for sulfur nutrition of trees

      PLANT AND SOIL
    36. Polle, A; Baumbusch, LO; Oschinski, C; Eiblmeier, M; Kuhlenkamp, V; Vollrath, B; Scholz, F; Rennenberg, H
      Growth and protection against oxidative stress in young clones and mature spruce trees (Picea abies L.) at high altitudes

      OECOLOGIA
    37. Kreuzwieser, J; Scheerer, U; Rennenberg, H
      Metabolic origin of acetaldehyde emitted by poplar (Populus tremula x P-alba) trees

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    38. Strohm, M; Eiblmeier, M; Langebartels, C; Jouanin, L; Polle, A; Sandermann, H; Rennenberg, H
      Responses of transgenic poplar (Populus tremula x P-alba) overexpressing glutathione synthetase or glutathione reductase to acute ozone stress: visible injury and leaf gas exchange

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    39. WEBER P; THOENE B; RENNENBERG H
      ABSORPTION OF ATMOSPHERIC NO2 BY SPRUCE (PICEA-ABIES) TREES - III - INTERACTION WITH NITRATE REDUCTASE-ACTIVITY IN THE NEEDLES AND PHLOEM TRANSPORT

      Botanica acta
    40. KOSTNER B; SCHUPP R; SCHULZE ED; RENNENBERG H
      ORGANIC AND INORGANIC SULFUR TRANSPORT IN THE XYLEM SAP AND THE SULFUR BUDGET OF PICEA-ABIES TREES

      Tree physiology
    41. SCHULTE M; HERSCHBACH C; RENNENBERG H
      INTERACTIVE EFFECTS OF ELEVATED ATMOSPHERIC CO2, MYCORRHIZATION AND DROUGHT ON LONG-DISTANCE TRANSPORT OF REDUCED SULFUR IN YOUNG PEDUNCULATE OAK TREES (QUERCUS-ROBUR L.)

      Plant, cell and environment
    42. WASSMANN R; NEUE HU; BUENO C; LANTIN RS; ALBERTO MCR; BUENDIA LV; BRONSON K; PAPEN H; RENNENBERG H
      METHANE PRODUCTION CAPACITIES OF DIFFERENT RICE SOILS DERIVED FROM INHERENT AND EXOGENOUS SUBSTRATES

      Plant and soil
    43. RUSCH H; RENNENBERG H
      BLACK ALDER (ALNUS-GLUTINOSA (L.) GAERTN.) TREES MEDIATE METHANE AND NITROUS-OXIDE EMISSION FROM THE SOIL TO THE ATMOSPHERE

      Plant and soil
    44. HERSCHBACH C; JOUANIN L; RENNENBERG H
      OVEREXPRESSION OF GAMMA-GLUTAMYLCYSTEINE SYNTHETASE, BUT NOT OF GLUTATHIONE SYNTHETASE, ELEVATES GLUTATHIONE ALLOCATION IN THE PHLOEM OF TRANSGENIC POPLAR TREES

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    45. KREUZWIESER J; RENNENBERG H
      SULFATE UPTAKE AND XYLEM LOADING OF MYCORRHIZAL BEECH ROOTS

      New phytologist
    46. RENNENBERG H; KREUTZER K; PAPEN H; WEBER P
      CONSEQUENCES OF HIGH LOADS OF NITROGEN FOR SPRUCE (PICEA-ABIES) AND BEECH (FAGUS-SYLVATICA) FORESTS

      New phytologist
    47. GESSLER A; SCHNEIDER S; WEBER P; HANEMANN U; RENNENBERG H
      SOLUBLE N-COMPOUNDS IN TREES EXPOSED TO HIGH LOADS OF N - A COMPARISON BETWEEN THE ROOTS OF NORWAY SPRUCE (PICEA-ABIES) AND BEECH (FAGUS-SYLVATICA) TREES GROWN UNDER FIELD CONDITIONS

      New phytologist
    48. GESSLER A; SCHNEIDER S; VONSENGBUSCH D; WEBER P; HANEMANN U; HUBER C; ROTHE A; KREUTZER K; RENNENBERG H
      FIELD AND LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS ON NET UPTAKE OF NITRATE AND AMMONIUM BY THE ROOTS OF SPRUCE (PICEA-ABIES) AND BEECH (FAGUS-SYLVATICA) TREES

      New phytologist
    49. Weber, P; Stoermer, H; Gessler, A; Schneider, S; Von Sengbusch, D; Hanemann, U; Rennenberg, H
      Metabolic responses of Norway spruce (Picea abies) trees to long-term forest management practices and acute (NH4)(2)SO4 fertilization: transport of soluble non-protein nitrogen compounds in xylem and phloem

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    50. GESSLER A; SCHULTZE M; SCHREMPP S; RENNENBERG H
      INTERACTION OF PHLOEM-TRANSLOCATED AMINO-COMPOUNDS WITH NITRATE NET UPTAKE BY THE ROOTS OF BEECH (FAGUS-SYLVATICA) SEEDLINGS

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    51. NOCTOR G; ARISI ACM; JOUANIN L; KUNERT KJ; RENNENBERG H; FOYER CH
      GLUTATHIONE - BIOSYNTHESIS, METABOLISM AND RELATIONSHIP TO STRESS TOLERANCE EXPLORED IN TRANSFORMED PLANTS

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    52. Hell, R; Rennenberg, H
      The plant sulphur cycle

      SULPHUR IN AGROECOSYSTEMS
    53. GEORGE E; LUTTGE U; RENNENBERG H
      IN-MEMORIAM PROF DR DRES HC MARSCHNER,H. (1929-1996)

      Botanica acta
    54. BUTTERBACHBAHL K; PAPEN H; RENNENBERG H
      IMPACT OF GAS-TRANSPORT THROUGH RICE CULTIVARS ON METHANE EMISSION FROM RICE PADDY FIELDS

      Plant, cell and environment
    55. STOERMER H; SEITH B; HANEMANN U; GEORGE E; RENNENBERG H
      NITROGEN DISTRIBUTION IN YOUNG NORWAY SPRUCE (PICEA-ABIES) TREES AS AFFECTED BY PEDOSPHERIC NITROGEN SUPPLY

      Physiologia Plantarum
    56. KREUZWIESER J; HERSCHBACH C; STULEN I; WIERSEMA P; VAALBURG W; RENNENBERG H
      INTERACTIONS OF NH4-GLUTAMATE WITH NO3- TRANSPORT PROCESSES OF NONMYCORRHIZAL FAGUS-SYLVATICA ROOTS( AND L)

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    57. KREUZWIESER J; HERSCHBACH C; RENNENBERG H
      SULFATE UPTAKE AND XYLEM LOADING OF NONMYCORRHIZAL EXCISED ROOTS OF YOUNG FAGUS-SYLVATICA TREES

      Plant physiology and biochemistry
    58. LUTTGE U; RENNENBERG H
      UNTITLED

      Botanica acta
    59. RENNENBERG H; HERSCHBACH C; POLLE A
      CONSEQUENCES OF AIR-POLLUTION ON SHOOT-ROOT INTERACTIONS

      Journal of plant physiology
    60. WASSMANN R; NEUE HU; ALBERTO MCR; LANTIN RS; BUENO C; LLENARESAS D; ARAH JRM; PAPEN H; SEILER W; RENNENBERG H
      FLUXES AND POOLS OF METHANE IN WETLAND RICE SOILS WITH VARYING ORGANIC INPUTS

      Environmental monitoring and assessment
    61. SEEGMULLER S; SCHULTE M; HERSCHBACH C; RENNENBERG H
      INTERACTIVE EFFECTS OF MYCORRHIZATION AND ELEVATED ATMOSPHERIC CO2 ONSULFUR NUTRITION OF YOUNG PEDUNCULATE OAK (QUERCUS-ROBUR L) TREES

      Plant, cell and environment
    62. MULLER B; TOURAINE B; RENNENBERG H
      INTERACTION BETWEEN ATMOSPHERIC AND PEDOSPHERIC NITROGEN NUTRITION INSPRUCE (PICEA-ABIES L KARST) SEEDLINGS

      Plant, cell and environment
    63. NOCTOR G; STROHM M; JOUANIN L; KUNERT KJ; FOYER CH; RENNENBERG H
      SYNTHESIS OF GLUTATHIONE IN LEAVES OF TRANSGENIC POPLAR OVEREXPRESSING GAMMA-GLUTAMYLCYSTEINE SYNTHETASE

      Plant physiology
    64. WEBER P; RENNENBERG H
      EXCHANGE OF NO AND NO2 BETWEEN WHEAT CANOPY MONOLITHS AND THE ATMOSPHERE

      Plant and soil
    65. POLLE A; KRONIGER W; RENNENBERG H
      SEASONAL FLUCTUATIONS OF ASCORBATE-RELATED ENZYMES - ACUTE AND DELAYED-EFFECTS OF LATE FROST IN SPRING ON ANTIOXIDATIVE SYSTEMS IN NEEDLES OF NORWAY SPRUCE (PICEA-ABIES L)

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    66. HERSCHBACH C; RENNENBERG H
      STORAGE AND REMOBILIZATION OF SULFUR IN BEECH TREES (FAGUS-SYLVATICA)

      Physiologia Plantarum
    67. THOENE B; RENNENBERG H; WEBER P
      ABSORPTION OF ATMOSPHERIC NO2 BY SPRUCE (PICEA-ABIES) TREES .2. PARAMETERIZATION OF NO2 FLUXES BY CONTROLLED DYNAMIC CHAMBER EXPERIMENTS

      New phytologist
    68. SCHNEIDER S; GESSLER A; WEBER P; VONSENGBUSCH D; HANEMANN U; RENNENBERG H
      SOLUBLE N COMPOUNDS IN TREES EXPOSED TO HIGH LOADS OF N - A COMPARISON OF SPRUCE (PICEA-ABIES) AND BEECH (FAGUS-SYLVATICA) GROWN UNDER FIELD CONDITIONS

      New phytologist
    69. RENNENBERG H; SCHNEIDER S; WEBER P
      ANALYSIS OF UPTAKE AND ALLOCATION OF NITROGEN AND SULFUR-COMPOUNDS BYTREES IN THE FIELD

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    70. BLASCHKE L; SCHNEIDER A; HERSCHBACH C; RENNENBERG H
      REDUCED SULFUR ALLOCATION FROM 3-YEAR-OLD NEEDLES OF NORWAY SPRUCE (PICEA-ABIES [KARST] L)

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    71. STROHM M; JOUANIN L; KUNERT KJ; PRUVOST C; POLLE A; FOYER CH; RENNENBERG H
      REGULATION OF GLUTATHIONE SYNTHESIS IN LEAVES OF TRANSGENIC POPLAR (POPULUS-TREMULA X POPULUS-ALBA) OVEREXPRESSING GLUTATHIONE SYNTHETASE

      Plant journal
    72. HERSCHBACH C; DEKOK LJ; RENNENBERG H
      NET UPTAKE OF SULFATE AND ITS TRANSPORT TO THE SHOOT IN SPINACH PLANTS FUMIGATED WITH H2S OR SO2 - DOES ATMOSPHERIC SULFUR AFFECT THE INTER-ORGAN REGULATION OF SULFUR NUTRITION

      Botanica acta
    73. KINDERMANN G; HUVE K; SLOVIK S; LUX H; RENNENBERG H
      IS EMISSION OF HYDROGEN-SULFIDE A DOMINANT FACTOR OF SO2 DETOXIFICATION - A COMPARISON OF NORWAY SPRUCE (PICEA-ABIES (L) KARST), SCOTS PINE(PINUS-SYLVESTRIS L) AND BLUE SPRUCE (PICEA PUNGENS ENGELM) IN THE ORE MOUNTAINS

      Phyton
    74. RENNENBERG H; HERSCHBACH C
      SULFUR NUTRITION OF TREES - A COMPARISON OF SPRUCE (PICEA-ABIES L) AND BEECH (FAGUS-SYLVATICA L)

      Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenernahrung und Bodenkunde
    75. HERSCHBACH C; DEKOK LJ; RENNENBERG H
      NET UPTAKE OF SULFATE AND ITS TRANSPORT TO THE SHOOT IN TOBACCO PLANTS FUMIGATED WITH H2S OR SO2

      Plant and soil
    76. KINDERMANN G; HUVE K; SLOVIK S; LUX H; RENNENBERG H
      EMISSION OF HYDROGEN-SULFIDE BY TWIGS OF CONIFERES - A COMPARISON OF NORWAY SPRUCE (PICEA-ABIES (L) KARST), SCOTCH PINE (PINUS-SYLVESTRIS L) AND BLUE SPRUCE (PICEA-PUNGENS ENGELM)

      Plant and soil
    77. KRONIGER W; RENNENBERG H; TADROS MH; POLLE A
      PURIFICATION AND PROPERTIES OF MANGANESE SUPEROXIDE-DISMUTASE FROM NORWAY SPRUCE (PICEA-ABIES L KARST)

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    78. HERSCHBACH C; RENNENBERG H
      LONG-DISTANCE TRANSPORT OF S-35 SULFUR IN 3-YEAR-OLD BEECH TREES (FAGUS-SYLVATICA)

      Physiologia Plantarum
    79. WEBER P; NUSSBAUM S; FUHRER J; GFELLER H; SCHLUNEGGER UP; BRUNOLD C; RENNENBERG H
      UPTAKE OF ATMOSPHERIC (NO2)-N-15 AND ITS INCORPORATION INTO FREE AMINO-ACIDS IN WHEAT (TRITICUM-AESTIVUM)

      Physiologia Plantarum
    80. RENNENBERG H; SCHUPP R; GLAVAC V; JOCHHEIM H
      XYLEM SAP COMPOSITION OF BEECH (FAGUS-SYLVATICA L) TREES - SEASONAL-CHANGES IN THE AXIAL DISTRIBUTION OF SULFUR-COMPOUNDS

      Tree physiology
    81. RENNENBERG H; POLLE A
      PROTECTION FROM OXIDATIVE STRESS IN TRANSGENIC PLANTS

      Biochemical Society transactions
    82. SEEGMULLER S; RENNENBERG H
      INTERACTIVE EFFECTS OF MYCORRHIZATION AND ELEVATED CARBON-DIOXIDE ON GROWTH OF YOUNG PEDUNCULATE OAK (QUERCUS-ROBUR L) TREES

      Plant and soil
    83. RENNENBERG H; SCHUPP R; SCHNEIDER A
      THIOL COMPOSITION OF A XYLEM-TAPPING MISTLETOE AND THE XYLEM SAP OF ITS HOSTS

      Phytochemistry
    84. POLLE A; EIBLMEIER M; RENNENBERG H
      SULFATE AND ANTIOXIDANTS IN NEEDLES OF SCOTS PINE (PINUS-SYLVESTRIS L) FROM 3 SO2-POLLUTED FIELD SITES IN EASTERN GERMANY

      New phytologist
    85. HERSCHBACH C; RENNENBERG H
      INFLUENCE OF GLUTATHIONE (GSH) ON NET UPTAKE OF SULFATE AND SULFATE TRANSPORT IN TOBACCO PLANTS

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    86. SCHNEIDER A; SCHATTEN T; RENNENBERG H
      EXCHANGE BETWEEN PHLOEM AND XYLEM DURING LONG-DISTANCE TRANSPORT OF GLUTATHIONE IN SPRUCE TREES (PICEA-ABIES [KARST] L)

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    87. SCHNEIDER A; KREUZWIESER J; SCHUPP R; SAUTER JJ; RENNENBERG H
      THIOL AND AMINO-ACID-COMPOSITION OF THE XYLEM SAP OF POPLAR TREES (POPULUS X CANADENSIS ROBUSTA)

      Canadian journal of botany
    88. WASSMANN R; NEUE HU; LANTIN RS; ADUNA JB; ALBERTO MCR; ANDALES MJ; TAN MJ; VANDERGON HACD; HOFFMANN H; PAPEN H; RENNENBERG H; SEILER W
      TEMPORAL PATTERNS OF METHANE EMISSIONS FROM WETLAND RICE FIELDS TREATED BY DIFFERENT MODES OF N-APPLICATION

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    89. WASSMANN R; SCHUTZ H; PAPEN H; RENNENBERG H; SEILER W; AIGUO D; SHEN RX; SHANGGUAN XJ; WANG MX
      QUANTIFICATION OF METHANE EMISSIONS FROM CHINESE RICE FIELDS (ZHEJIANG PROVINCE) AS INFLUENCED BY FERTILIZER TREATMENT

      Biogeochemistry
    90. POLLE A; PFIRRMANN T; CHAKRABARTI S; RENNENBERG H
      THE EFFECTS OF ENHANCED OZONE AND ENHANCED CARBON-DIOXIDE CONCENTRATIONS ON BIOMASS, PIGMENTS AND ANTIOXIDATIVE ENZYMES IN SPRUCE NEEDLES (PICEA-ABIES L)

      Plant, cell and environment
    91. WASSMANN R; WANG MX; SHANGGUAN XJ; XIE XL; SHEN RX; WANG YS; PAPEN H; RENNENBERG H; SEILER W
      1ST RECORDS OF A FIELD EXPERIMENT ON FERTILIZER EFFECTS ON METHANE EMISSION FROM RICE FIELDS IN HUNAN-PROVINCE (PEOPLES-REPUBLIC-OF-CHINA)

      Geophysical research letters
    92. KRONIGER W; RENNENBERG H; POLLE A
      DEVELOPMENTAL-CHANGES OF CUZN-SUPEROXIDE AND MN-SUPEROXIDE DISMUTASE ISOZYMES IN SEEDLINGS AND NEEDLES OF NORWAY SPRUCE (PICEA-ABIES L)

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    93. RENNENBERG H
      PERSPECTIVES FOR TREES-PHYSIOLOGICAL RESE ARCH IN FREIBURG

      Forstwissenschaftliches Centralblatt
    94. GUNZ G; HERSCHBACH C; RENNENBERG H
      SPECIFICITY OF GLUTATHIONE (GSH) MEDIATED INHIBITION OF SULFATE UPTAKE INTO EXCISED TOBACCO ROOTS

      Phyton
    95. POLLE A; MORAWE B; RENNENBERG H
      SEASONAL-VARIATIONS OF GLUTATHIONE-REDUCTASE AND GLUTATHIONE IN LEAVES AND LEAF BUDS OF BEECH TREES (FAGUS-SYLVATICA L)

      Phyton
    96. SCHNEIDER A; RENNENBERG H
      DEGRADATION OF GLUTATHIONE (GSH) IN HETEROTROPHIC TOBACCO CELLS

      Phyton
    97. DEKOK LJ; STULEN I; RENNENBERG H; GRILL D; GUTTENBERGER H
      PROGRESS IN SULFUR METABOLISM OF HIGHER-PLANTS - 2ND WORKSHOP SULFUR NUTRITION AND SULFUR ASSIMILATION IN HIGHER-PLANTS, GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, FRG, APRIL 21-25, 1992, POSTER PAPERS - PREFACE

      Phyton


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