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    1. Bonanomi, A; Wiemken, A; Boller, T; Salzer, P
      Local induction of a mycorrhiza-specific class III chitinase gene in cortical root cells of Medicago truncatula containing developing or mature arbuscules

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    2. Fritzius, T; Aeschbacher, R; Wiemken, A; Wingler, A
      Induction of ApL3 expression by trehalose complements the starch-deficientArabidopsis mutant adg2-1 lacking ApL1, the large subunit of ADP-glucose pyrophosphorylase

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    3. Muller, J; Aeschbacher, RA; Wingler, A; Boller, T; Wiemken, A
      Trehalose and trehalase in Arabidopsis

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    4. Bonanomi, A; Oetiker, JH; Guggenheim, R; Boller, T; Wiemken, A; Vogeli-Lange, R
      Arbuscular mycorrhiza in mini-mycorrhizotrons: first contact of Medicago truncatula roots with Glomus intraradices induces chalcone synthase

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    5. Muller, J; Wiemken, A; Boller, T
      Redifferentiation of bacteria isolated from Lotus japonicus root nodules colonized by Rhizobium sp NGR234

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    6. Vogel, G; Fiehn, O; Jean-Richard-dit-Bressel, L; Boller, T; Wiemken, A; Aeschbacher, RA; Wingler, A
      Trehalose metabolism in Arabidopsis: occurrence of trehalose and molecularcloning and characterization of trehalose-6-phosphate synthase homologues

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    7. Muller, J; Boller, T; Wiemken, A
      Trehalose becomes the most abundant non-structural carbohydrate during senescence of soybean nodules

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    8. Streitwolf-Engel, R; van der Heijden, MGA; Wiemken, A; Sanders, IR
      The ecological significance of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal effects on clonal reproduction in plants

      ECOLOGY
    9. Salzer, P; Bonanomi, A; Beyer, K; Vogeli-Lange, R; Aeschbacher, RA; Lange, J; Wiemken, A; Kim, D; Cook, DR; Boller, T
      Differential expression of eight chitinase genes in Medicago truncatula roots during mycorrhiza formation, nodulation, and pathogen infection

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    10. Mader, P; Edenhofer, S; Boller, T; Wiemken, A; Niggli, U
      Arbuscular mycorrhizae in a long-term field trial comparing low-input (organic, biological) and high-input (conventional) farming systems in a crop rotation

      BIOLOGY AND FERTILITY OF SOILS
    11. Luscher, M; Hochstrasser, U; Vogel, G; Aeschbacher, R; Galati, V; Nelson, CJ; Boller, T; Wiemken, A
      Cloning and functional analysis of sucrose : sucrose 1-fructosyltransferase from tall fescue

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    12. Wingler, A; Fritzius, T; Wiemken, A; Boller, T; Aeschbacher, RA
      Trehalose induces the ADP-glucose pyrophosphorylase gene, ApL3, and starchsynthesis in Arabidopsis

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    13. Muller, J; Aeschbacher, RA; Sprenger, N; Boller, T; Wiemken, A
      Disaccharide-mediated regulation of sucrose : fructan-6-fructosyltransferase, a key enzyme of fructan synthesis in barley leaves

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    14. Goverde, M; van der Heijden, MGA; Wiemken, A; Sanders, IR; Erhardt, A
      Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi influence life history traits of a lepidopteran herbivore

      OECOLOGIA
    15. Mader, P; Vierheilig, H; Streitwolf-Engel, R; Boller, T; Frey, B; Christie, P; Wiemken, A
      Transport of N-15 from a soil compartment separated by a polytetrafluoroethylene membrane to plant roots via the hyphae of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    16. Luscher, M; Hochstrasser, U; Boller, T; Wiemken, A
      Isolation of sucrose: sucrose 1-fructosyltransferase (1-SST) from barley (Hordeum vulgare)

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    17. Groppe, K; Steinger, T; Sanders, I; Schmid, B; Wiemken, A; Boller, T
      Interaction between the endophytic fungus Epichloe bromicola and the grassBromus erectus: effects of endophyte infection, fungal concentration and environment on grass growth and flowering

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    18. Muller, J; Wiemken, A; Aeschbacher, R
      Trehalose metabolism in sugar sensing and plant development

      PLANT SCIENCE
    19. Aeschbacher, RA; Muller, J; Boller, T; Wiemken, A
      Purification of the trehalase GMTRE1 from soybean nodules and cloning of its cDNA. GMTRE1 is expressed at a low level in multiple tissues

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    20. van der Heijden, MGA; Klironomos, JN; Ursic, M; Moutoglis, P; Streitwolf-Engel, R; Boller, T; Wiemken, A; Sanders, IR
      "Sampling effect", a problem in biodiversity manipulation? A reply to David A. Wardle

      OIKOS
    21. Muller, J; Mohr, U; Sprenger, N; Bortlik, K; Boller, T; Wiemken, A
      Pool sizes of fructans in roots and leaves of mycorrhizal and non-mycorrhizal barley

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    22. Schellenbaum, L; Sprenger, N; Schuepp, H; Wiemken, A; Boller, T
      Effects of drought, transgenic expression of a fructan synthesizing enzymeand of mycorrhizal symbiosis on growth and soluble carbohydrate pools in tobacco plants

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    23. Xie, ZP; Staehelin, C; Wiemken, A; Broughton, WJ; Muller, J; Boller, T
      Symbiosis-stimulated chitinase isoenzymes of soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merr.)

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    24. Reinders, A; Romano, I; Wiemken, A; De Virgilio, C
      The thermophilic yeast Hansenula polymorpha does not require trehalose synthesis for growth at high temperatures but does for normal acquisition of thermotolerance

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    25. VOGEL G; AESCHBACHER RA; MULLER J; BOLLER T; WIEMKEN A
      TREHALOSE-6-PHOSPHATE PHOSPHATASES FROM ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA - IDENTIFICATION BY FUNCTIONAL COMPLEMENTATION OF THE YEAST TPS2 MUTANT

      Plant journal
    26. REINDERS A; BURCKERT N; BOLLER T; WIEMKEN A; DEVIRGILIO C
      SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE CAMP-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-KINASE CONTROLS ENTRYINTO STATIONARY-PHASE THROUGH THE RIM15P PROTEIN-KINASE

      Genes & development
    27. MULLER J; BOLLER T; WIEMKEN A
      TREHALOSE AFFECTS SUCROSE SYNTHASE AND INVERTASE ACTIVITIES IN SOYBEAN (GLYCINE-MAX [L.] MERR.) ROOTS

      Journal of plant physiology
    28. VIJN I; VANDIJKEN A; LUSCHER M; BOS A; SMEETS E; WEISBEEK P; WIEMKEN A; SMEEKENS S
      CLONING OF SUCROSE - SUCROSE 1-FRUCTOSYLTRANSFERASE FROM ONION AND SYNTHESIS OF STRUCTURALLY DEFINED FRUCTAN MOLECULES FROM SUCROSE

      Plant physiology
    29. VIERHEILIG H; ALTHUG M; ENGELSTREITWOLF R; MADER P; WIEMKEN A
      STUDIES ON THE ATTRACTIONAL EFFECT OF ROOT EXUDATES ON HYPHAL GROWTH OF AN ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGUS IN A SOIL COMPARTMENT-MEMBRANE SYSTEM

      Plant and soil
    30. Sanders, IR; Streitwolf-Engel, R; van der Heijden, MGA; Boller, T; Wiemken, A
      Increased allocation to external hyphae of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi under CO2 enrichment

      OECOLOGIA
    31. XIE ZP; MULLER J; WIEMKEN A; BROUGHTON WJ; BOLLER T
      NOD FACTORS AND TRI-IODOBENZOIC ACID STIMULATE MYCORRHIZAL COLONIZATION AND AFFECT CARBOHYDRATE PARTITIONING IN MYCORRHIZAL ROOTS OF LABLABPURPUREUS

      New phytologist
    32. MOHR U; LANGE J; BOLLER T; WIEMKEN A; VOGELILANGE R
      PLANT DEFENSE GENES ARE INDUCED IN THE PATHOGENIC INTERACTION BETWEENBEAN ROOTS AND FUSARIUM-SOLANI, BUT NOT IN THE SYMBIOTIC INTERACTION WITH THE ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGUS GLOMUS-MOSSEAE

      New phytologist
    33. SCHELLENBAUM L; MULLER J; BOLLER T; WIEMKEN A; SCHUEPP H
      EFFECTS OF DROUGHT ON NONMYCORRHIZAL AND MYCORRHIZAL MAIZE - CHANGES IN THE POOLS OF NONSTRUCTURAL CARBOHYDRATES, IN THE ACTIVITIES OF INVERTASE AND TREHALASE, AND IN THE POOLS OF AMINO-ACIDS AND IMINO ACIDS

      New phytologist
    34. VANDERHEIJDEN MGA; KLIRONOMOS JN; URSIC M; MOUTOGLIS P; STREITWOLFENGEL R; BOLLER T; WIEMKEN A; SANDERS IR
      MYCORRHIZAL FUNGAL DIVERSITY DETERMINES PLANT BIODIVERSITY, ECOSYSTEMVARIABILITY AND PRODUCTIVITY

      Nature
    35. Bell, W; Sun, WN; Hohmann, S; Wera, S; Reinders, A; De Virgilio, C; Wiemken, A; Thevelein, JM
      Composition and functional analysis of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae trehalose synthase complex

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    36. Hochstrasser, U; Luscher, M; De Virgilio, C; Boller, T; Wiemken, A
      Expression of a functional barley sucrose-fructan 6-fructosyltransferase in the methylotrophic yeast Pichia pastoris

      FEBS LETTERS
    37. VANDERHEIJDEN MGA; BOLLER T; WIEMKEN A; SANDERS IR
      DIFFERENT ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGAL SPECIES ARE POTENTIAL DETERMINANTS OF PLANT COMMUNITY STRUCTURE

      Ecology
    38. VIJN I; VANDIJKEN A; SPRENGER N; VANDUN K; WEISBEEK P; WIEMKEN A; SMEEKENS S
      FRUCTAN OF THE INULIN NEOSERIES IS SYNTHESIZED IN TRANSGENIC CHICORY PLANTS (CICHORIUM-INTYBUS L) HARBORING ONION (ALLIUM-CEPA L) FRUCTAN-FRUCTAN 6G-FRUCTOSYLTRANSFERASE

      Plant journal
    39. RIBEIRO MJS; REINDERS A; BOLLER T; WIEMKEN A; DEVIRGILIO C
      TREHALOSE SYNTHESIS IS IMPORTANT FOR THE ACQUISITION OF THERMOTOLERANCE IN SCHIZOSACCHAROMYCES-POMBE

      Molecular microbiology
    40. REINDERS A; BURCKERT N; HOHMANN S; THEVELEIN JM; BOLLER T; WIEMKEN A; DEVIRGILIO C
      STRUCTURAL-ANALYSIS OF THE SUBUNITS OF THE TREHALOSE-6-PHOSPHATE SYNTHASE PHOSPHATASE COMPLEX IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE AND THEIR FUNCTION DURING HEAT-SHOCK/

      Molecular microbiology
    41. MULLER J; SPRENGER N; BORTLIK K; BOLLER T; WIEMKEN A
      DESICCATION INCREASES SUCROSE LEVELS IN RAMONDA AND HABERLEA, 2 GENERA OF RESURRECTION PLANTS IN THE GESNERIACEAE

      Physiologia Plantarum
    42. LUX D; LEONARDI S; MULLER J; WIEMKEN A; FLUCKIGER W
      EFFECTS OF AMBIENT OZONE CONCENTRATIONS ON CONTENTS OF NONSTRUCTURAL CARBOHYDRATES IN YOUNG PICEA-ABIES AND FAGUS-SYLVATICA

      New phytologist
    43. ROTH A; LUSCHER M; SPRENGER N; BOLLER T; WIEMKEN A
      FRUCTAN AND FRUCTAN-METABOLIZING ENZYMES IN THE GROWTH ZONE OF BARLEYLEAVES

      New phytologist
    44. STREITWOLFENGEL R; BOLLER T; WIEMKEN A; SANDERS IR
      CLONAL GROWTH TRAITS OF 2 PRUNELLA SPECIES ARE DETERMINED BY COOCCURRING ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI FROM A CALCAREOUS GRASSLAND

      Journal of Ecology
    45. SPRENGER N; SCHELLENBAUM L; VANDUN K; BOLLER T; WIEMKEN A
      FRUCTAN SYNTHESIS IN TRANSGENIC TOBACCO AND CHICORY PLANTS EXPRESSINGBARLEY SUCROSE-FRUCTAN 6-FRUCTOSYLTRANSFERASE

      FEBS letters
    46. VOGELILANGE R; BURCKERT N; BOLLER T; WIEMKEN A
      RAPID SELECTION AND CLASSIFICATION OF POSITIVE CLONES GENERATED BY MESSENGER-RNA DIFFERENTIAL DISPLAY

      Nucleic acids research
    47. XIE ZP; STAEHELIN C; WIEMKEN A; BOLLER T
      ETHYLENE RESPONSIVENESS OF SOYBEAN CULTIVARS CHARACTERIZED BY LEAF SENESCENCE, CHITINASE INDUCTION AND NODULATION

      Journal of plant physiology
    48. LANGE J; MOHR U; WIEMKEN A; BOLLER T; VOGELILANGE R
      PROTEOLYTIC PROCESSING OF CLASS-IV CHITINASE IN THE COMPATIBLE INTERACTION OF BEAN ROOTS WITH FUSARIUM-SOLANI

      Plant physiology
    49. LUSCHER M; ERDIN C; SPRENGER N; HOCHSTRASSER U; WIEMKEN A
      INULIN SYNTHESIS WITH PURIFIED FRUCTOSYL-TRANSFERASES (SST AND FFT) FROM JERUSALEM-ARTICHOKE TUBERS (HELIANTHUS-TUBEROSUS L)

      Plant physiology
    50. WIEMKEN V; KOSSATZ L; INEICHEN K; WIEMKEN A
      FROST HARDINESS OF NORWAY SPRUCE GROWN UNDER ELEVATED ATMOSPHERIC CO2AND INCREASED NITROGEN-FERTILIZATION

      Plant physiology
    51. VIERHEILIG H; ISELI B; ALT M; RAIKHEL N; WIEMKEN A; BOLLER T
      RESISTANCE OF URTICA-DIOICA TO MYCORRHIZAL COLONIZATION - A POSSIBLE INVOLVEMENT OF URTICA-DIOICA AGGLUTININ

      Plant and soil
    52. MULLER J; BOLLER T; WIEMKEN A
      POOLS OF NONSTRUCTURAL CARBOHYDRATES IN SOYBEAN ROOT-NODULES DURING WATER-STRESS

      Physiologia Plantarum
    53. SANDERS IR; CLAPP JP; WIEMKEN A
      THE GENETIC DIVERSITY OF ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI IN NATURAL ECOSYSTEMS - A KEY TO UNDERSTANDING THE ECOLOGY AND FUNCTIONING OF THE MYCORRHIZAL SYMBIOSIS

      New phytologist
    54. LUSCHER M; ERDIN C; SPRENGER N; HOCHSTRASSER U; BOLLER T; WIEMKEN A
      INULIN SYNTHESIS BY A COMBINATION OF PURIFIED FRUCTOSYLTRANSFERASES FROM TUBERS OF HELIANTHUS-TUBEROSUS

      FEBS letters
    55. VOGELILANGE R; MOHR U; WIEMKEN A; DUGGELIN M; GUGGENHEIM R; BOLLER T
      DEVELOPMENTAL REGULATION OF SUSCEPTIBILITY AND TOLERANCE TO FUSARIUM ROOT-ROT IN BEANS

      Botanica acta
    56. MULLER J; STAEHELIN C; BOLLER T; WIEMKEN A
      CARBOHYDRATE POOLS IN NODULES OF NONNODULATING AND SUPERNODULATING SOYBEAN (GLYCINE-MAX L MERR, CV BRAGG) MUTANTS

      Journal of plant physiology
    57. MULLER J; BOLLER T; WIEMKEN A
      TREHALOSE AND TREHALASE IN PLANTS - RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

      PLANT SCIENCE
    58. INEICHEN K; WIEMKEN V; WIEMKEN A
      SHOOTS, ROOTS AND ECTOMYCORRHIZA FORMATION OF PINE-SEEDLINGS AT ELEVATED ATMOSPHERIC CARBON-DIOXIDE

      Plant, cell and environment
    59. VIERHEILIG H; ALT M; LANGE J; GUTRELLA M; WIEMKEN A; BOLLER T
      COLONIZATION OF TRANSGENIC TOBACCO CONSTITUTIVELY EXPRESSING PATHOGENESIS-RELATED PROTEINS BY THE VESICULAR-ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGUS GLOMUS-MOSSEAE

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    60. GROPPE K; SANDERS I; WIEMKEN A; BOLLER T
      A MICROSATELLITE MARKER FOR STUDYING THE ECOLOGY AND DIVERSITY OF FUNGAL ENDOPHYTES (EPICHLOE SPP) IN GRASSES

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    61. VIERHEILIG H; ALT M; MADER P; BOLLER T; WIEMKEN A
      SPREADING OF GLOMUS-MOSSEAE, A VESICULAR-ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGUS, ACROSS THE RHIZOSPHERE OF HOST AND NONHOST PLANTS

      Soil biology & biochemistry
    62. MULLER J; BOLLER T; WIEMKEN A
      EFFECTS OF VALIDAMYCIN-A, A POTENT TREHALASE INHIBITOR, AND PHYTOHORMONES ON TREHALOSE METABOLISM IN ROOTS AND ROOT-NODULES OF SOYBEAN AND COWPEA

      Planta
    63. XIE ZP; STAEHELIN C; VIERHEILIG H; WIEMKEN A; JABBOURI S; BROUGHTON WJ; VOGELLANGE R; BOLLER T
      RHIZOBIAL NODULATION FACTORS STIMULATE MYCORRHIZAL COLONIZATION OF NODULATING AND NONNODULATING SOYBEANS

      Plant physiology
    64. DUCHATEAU N; BORTLIK K; SIMMEN U; WIEMKEN A; BANCAL P
      SUCROSE-FRUCTAN 6-FRUCTOSYLTRANSFERASE, A KEY ENZYME FOR DIVERTING CARBON FROM SUCROSE TO FRUCTAN IN BARLEY LEAVES

      Plant physiology
    65. SANDERS IR; ALT M; GROPPE K; BOLLER T; WIEMKEN A
      IDENTIFICATION OF RIBOSOMAL DNA POLYMORPHISMS AMONG AND WITHIN SPORESOF THE GLOMALES - APPLICATION TO STUDIES ON THE GENETIC DIVERSITY OF ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGAL COMMUNITIES

      New phytologist
    66. SPRENGER N; BORTLIK K; BRANDT A; BOLLER T; WIEMKEN A
      PURIFICATION, CLONING, AND FUNCTIONAL EXPRESSION OF SUCROSE-FRUCTAN 6-FRUCTOSYLTRANSFERASE, A KEY ENZYME OF FRUCTAN SYNTHESIS IN BARLEY

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    67. VIERHEILIG H; ALT M; MOHR U; BOLLER T; WIEMKEN A
      ETHYLENE BIOSYNTHESIS AND ACTIVITIES OF CHITINASE AND BETA-1,3-GLUCANASE IN THE ROOTS OF HOST AND NONHOST PLANTS OF VESICULAR-ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI AFTER INOCULATION WITH GLOMUS-MOSSEAE

      Journal of plant physiology
    68. MULLER J; XIE ZP; STAEHELIN C; BOLLER T; WIEMKEN A
      EFFECTS OF NITRATE ON ACCUMULATION OF TREHALOSE AND OTHER CARBOHYDRATES AND ON TREHALASE ACTIVITY IN SOYBEAN ROOT-NODULES

      Journal of plant physiology
    69. MULLER J; XIE ZP; STAEHELIN C; MELLOR RB; BOLLER T; WIEMKEN A
      TREHALOSE AND TREHALASE IN ROOT-NODULES FROM VARIOUS LEGUMES

      Physiologia Plantarum
    70. STAEHELIN C; GRANADO J; MULLER J; WIEMKEN A; MELLOR RB; FELIX G; REGENASS M; BROUGHTON WJ; BOLLER T
      PERCEPTION OF RHIZOBIUM NODULATION FACTORS BY TOMATO CELLS AND INACTIVATION BY ROOT CHITINASES

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    71. DEVIRGILIO C; HOTTIGER T; DOMINGUEZ J; BOLLER T; WIEMKEN A
      THE ROLE OF TREHALOSE SYNTHESIS FOR THE ACQUISITION OF THERMOTOLERANCE IN YEAST .1. GENETIC EVIDENCE-THAT TREHALOSE IS A THERMOPROTECTANT

      European journal of biochemistry
    72. HOTTIGER T; DEVIRGILIO C; HALL MN; BOLLER T; WIEMKEN A
      THE ROLE OF TREHALOSE SYNTHESIS FOR THE ACQUISITION OF THERMOTOLERANCE IN YEAST .2. PHYSIOLOGICAL CONCENTRATIONS OF TREHALOSE INCREASE THE THERMAL-STABILITY OF PROTEINS IN-VITRO

      European journal of biochemistry
    73. VIERHEILIG H; ALT M; NEUHAUS JM; BOLLER T; WIEMKEN A
      COLONIZATION OF TRANSGENIC NICOTIANA-SYLVESTRIS PLANTS, EXPRESSING DIFFERENT FORMS OF NICOTIANA-TABACUM CHITINASE, BY THE ROOT PATHOGEN RHIZOCTONIA-SOLANI AND BY THE MYCORRHIZAL SYMBIONT GLOMUS-MOSSEAE

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    74. MADER P; VIERHEILIG H; ALT M; WIEMKEN A
      BOUNDARIES BETWEEN SOIL COMPARTMENTS FORMED BY MICROPOROUS HYDROPHOBIC MEMBRANES (GORE-TEX(R)) CAN BE CROSSED BY VESICULAR-ARBUSCULAR MYCORRIZAL FUNGI BUT NOT BY IONS IN THE SOIL SOLUTION

      Plant and soil


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