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    1. WEISSMANN S; KUNZE C
      MICROBIAL ACTIVITY IN HEATING OIL CONTAMINATED SOIL UNDER FIELD AND CONTROLLED CONDITIONS

      Angewandte Botanik
    2. WENZEL WG; PRETORIUS AJ
      THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CHARACTERISTICS ASSOCIATED WITH MALT QUALITYOF GRAIN-SORGHUM

      Angewandte Botanik
    3. OMMEN OE; BENDER J; WEIGEL HJ
      EFFECTS OF OZONE ON WHITE CLOVER - PROTECTION OF OZONE DAMAGE BY ETHYLENEDIUREA

      Angewandte Botanik
    4. REGNERJOOSTEN K; MANDERSCHEID R; BERGMANN E; BAHADIR M; WEIGEL HJ
      AN HPLC METHOD TO STUDY THE UPTAKE AND PARTITIONING OF THE ANTIOZONANT EDU IN BEAN-PLANTS

      Angewandte Botanik
    5. ALI AKS; DREYLING G
      STUDIES ON THE SALT TOLERANCE OF SOME HALOPHYTES IN THE SUDAN

      Angewandte Botanik
    6. ABOUMANDOUR AA; VANDENBERG T; CZYGAN FC
      REGENERATION OF PLANTS AND PRODUCTION OF VOLATILES FROM CALLUS-CULTURES OF MELISSA-OFFICINALIS L .1. EFFECT OF EXOGENOUS GROWTH-REGULATORS ON ORGANOGENESIS OF TISSUE-CULTURES AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ESSENTIAL OIL FROM PLANT REGENERATES

      Angewandte Botanik
    7. WEJNAR R; KOTZSCH I; BERGMANN H
      INVESTIGATIONS ON PHOTOSYNTHETIC PIGMENTS IN LEMNACEAE .15. INFLUENCEOF THE SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 2,4-DICHLORPHENOXYACETIC ACID ON THE GROWTH AND PIGMENT SYNTHESIS IN MIXOTROPHICALLY, AUTOTROPHICALLY, AND HETEROTROPHICALLY CULTIVATED LEMNA-GIBBA PLANTS

      Angewandte Botanik
    8. SCHWAB M; NOGA G; BARTHLOTT W
      INFLUENCE OF HIGH ALUMINUM CONCENTRATIONS ON FINE-STRUCTURE OF EPICUTICULAR WAXES OF SPRUCE SEEDLINGS

      Angewandte Botanik
    9. OELZE KA; HEINRICH M
      DOCUMENTATION, EFFECTIVITY AND IMPORTANCE IN FORESTRY OF MEDICINAL-PLANTS FROM SABAH, MALAYSIA

      Angewandte Botanik
    10. ENKELMANN R; WOHLFARTH P
      ALUMINUM RESIDUES ON AND IN GRAPES JUST A S IN MUST AND WINE AFTER APPLICATION OF ULMASUD

      Angewandte Botanik
    11. BALK G; HAGEMEYER J
      EXTRACTION OF CD AND PB FROM STEM WOOD OF OAK TREES (QUERCUS-PETRAEA [MATT] LIEBL) WITH VARIOUS SOLUTIONS

      Angewandte Botanik
    12. SCHULZ M; FRIEBE A; KUCK P; SEIPEL M; SCHNABL H
      ALLELOPATHIC EFFECTS OF LIVING QUACKGRASS (AGROPYRON-REPENS L) - IDENTIFICATION OF INHIBITORY ALLELOCHEMICALS EXUDED FROM RHIZOME BORNE ROOTS

      Angewandte Botanik
    13. HOFFMANN J
      WILD C-4 PLANTS IN GERMANY AND SWEDEN - A COMPILATION IN VIEW BY CLIMATE-CHANGE

      Angewandte Botanik
    14. MATSCHKE J; HINNAH S; ALBERS F; AMENDA R
      DAMAGES OF WOODEN PLANTS AT CELLULAR-LEVE L OF MERISTEMS

      Angewandte Botanik
    15. GOLOMBEK SD; HECHTBUCHHOLZ C; LUDDERS P
      ULTRASTRUCTURE OF THE ENDODERMIS OF FIG ROOT-TIPS IN RESPONSE TO SALINITY

      Angewandte Botanik
    16. LETCHAMO W; MARQUARD R; HOLZL J; GOSSELIN A
      EFFECTS OF WATER-SUPPLY AND LIGHT-INTENSITY ON GROWTH AND ESSENTIAL OIL OF 2 THYMUS-VULGARIS SELECTIONS

      Angewandte Botanik
    17. SCHLEE D; TINTEMANN H; MOCKER D; THORINGER C; JUNG K; FORSTEL H
      ACTIVITIES AND PROPERTIES OF GLUTAMINE-SY NTHETASE AND OF GLUTAMATE-DEHYDROGENASE IN SCOTS PINE NEEDLES (PINUS-SYLVESTRIS) IN RELATION TO THE HABITAT

      Angewandte Botanik
    18. VERMEHREN B; FANGMEIER A; JAGER HJ
      ADAPTATION OF GRASSES TO LONG-TERM SULFUR-DIOXIDE POLLUTION

      Angewandte Botanik
    19. ELSIDDIG K; LUDDERS P
      INTERACTIVE EFFECTS OF SALINITY AND NITROGEN NUTRITION ON WATER-CONSUMPTION AND TRANSPIRATION COEFFICIENTS OF APPLE-TREES

      Angewandte Botanik
    20. VARMA A; SCHUEPP H
      POSITIVE INFLUENCE OF ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGUS ON IN-VITRO RAISED HORTENSIA PLANTLETS

      Angewandte Botanik
    21. NEBEL B; FUHRER J
      INTERSPECIFIC AND INTRASPECIFIC DIFFERENCES IN OZONE SENSITIVITY IN SEMINATURAL PLANT-COMMUNITIES

      Angewandte Botanik
    22. FEUCHT W; CHRIST E; TREUTTER D
      FLAVANOLS AS DEFENSE BARRIERS OF THE FRUIT SURFACE

      Angewandte Botanik
    23. JENISCH TO; PAUL C; KUNZE C
      APPLICATION OF THE NEAR-INFRARED REFLECTANCE SPECTROSCOPY FOR THE FEEDSTUFF ANALYSIS OF TROPICAL FORAGE PLANTS

      Angewandte Botanik
    24. PIERITZ WJ; JAGER HJ
      ULLRICH,JOHANNES - APRIL 17, 1915 MARCH 2 9, 1994 - IN-MEMORIAM

      Angewandte Botanik
    25. OHLENDORF H; MARTENSSON A
      NODULATION OF STRAIN-SPECIFIC RESISTANT (311D) PEA LINES BY RHIZOBIUM-LEGUMINOSARUM STRAINS IN SPLIT-ROOT SYSTEMS

      Angewandte Botanik
    26. WAGNER J; HANSEL A
      IN-VITRO SEED-GERMINATION OF CYPRIPEDIUM-CALCEOLUS L AT VARIOUS EMBRYOGENIC STAGES

      Angewandte Botanik
    27. GLIEMEROTH AK
      ELEMENT CONTENT OF LICHENS, BARKS AND NEE DLES FROM FORMERLY DIFFERENT SO2 POLLUTED SITES

      Angewandte Botanik
    28. CREMERBACH M; BACH M
      ANNUAL MEDICAGO SPECIES ON NONALKALINE SOILS IN MOROCCO

      Angewandte Botanik
    29. KOSTKARICK R
      YIELD COMPONENTS AND FLUORIDE ACCUMULATIO N IN STANDARDIZED GRASS CULTURES AS INFLUENCED BY METHODOLOGICAL VARIATIONS AND ENVIRONMENTAL-FACTORS

      Angewandte Botanik
    30. SAVVAS D; LENZ F
      INFLUENCE OF SALINITY ON THE INCIDENCE OF THE PHYSIOLOGICAL DISORDER INTERNAL FRUIT ROT IN HYDROPONICALLY-GROWN EGGPLANTS

      Angewandte Botanik
    31. LAURENT V; RISTERUCCI AM; LANAUD C
      RFLP STUDY OF GENETIC DIVERSITY OF THEOBROMA-CACAO

      Angewandte Botanik
    32. PREISINGER H; COELHO LF; SIQUEIRA MD; LIEBEREI R
      ANALYSIS OF GROWTH FROM TYPES AND FLORISTIC COMPOSITION OF THE SPONTANEOUS VEGETATION IN AN AGRICULTURAL TEST AREA NEAR MANAUS, AMAZONAS, BRAZIL

      Angewandte Botanik
    33. MORAES VHD; MULLER CH; DESOUCZA AGC; ANTONIO IC
      NATIVE FRUIT SPECIES OF ECONOMIC-POTENTIAL FROM THE BRAZILIAN AMAZON

      Angewandte Botanik
    34. VOSS K; HARNISCHFERGER G; LIEBEREI R; MEVENKAMP G
      SEED-GERMINATION BEHAVIOR OF BAPTISIA-TINCTORIA (L) R-BR

      Angewandte Botanik
    35. YANG ZH; LUDDERS P
      ORGANOGENESIS OF PUNICA-GRANATUM L VAR NANA

      Angewandte Botanik
    36. DAMMGEN U; GRUNHAGE L; HAENEL HD; JAGER HJ
      CLIMATE AND STRESS IN ECOTOXICOLOGY - A COHERENT SYSTEM OF DEFINITIONS AND TERMS

      Angewandte Botanik
    37. FUHRER J; PERLER R; SHARIATMADARI H
      GROWTH AND GAS-EXCHANGE CHARACTERISTICS OF 2 CLONES OF WHITE CLOVER TRIFOLIUM-REPENS L DIFFERING IN OZONE SENSITIVITY

      Angewandte Botanik
    38. ELSIDDIG K; LUDDERS P
      INTERACTIVE EFFECTS OF SALINITY AND NITROGEN NUTRITION ON BIOMASS PRODUCTION AND DISTRIBUTION IN APPLE-TREES

      Angewandte Botanik
    39. SCHWAB M; NOGA G; BARTHLOTT W
      THE INFLUENCE OF MG AND CA DEFICIENCY ON SYNTHESIS, CHEMICAL-COMPOSITION AND MICROMORPHOLOGICAL FORMATION OF EPICUTICULAR WAXES OF KOHLRABILEAVES

      Angewandte Botanik
    40. SCHWAB M; NOGA G; BARTHLOTT W
      THE INFLUENCE OF MG AND CA DEFICIENCY ON SUSCEPTIBILITY OF KOHLRABI TOWARDS BOTRYTIS-CINEREA INFECTION

      Angewandte Botanik
    41. SCHWAB M; NOGA G; BARTHLOTT W
      THE INFLUENCE OF WATER AND NUTRIENT DEFIC IENCY ON EPICUTICULAR WAXESOF KOHLRABI LEAVES

      Angewandte Botanik
    42. GLIEMEROTH AK
      CORRELATION BETWEEN EPIPHYTIC LICHENS AND FOREST DECLINE IN THE NORTHERN BLACK-FOREST

      Angewandte Botanik
    43. FANGMEIER A; KANBACH F; JAGER HJ
      RESPONSE OF WHEAT PHOTOSYNTHESIS TO OZONE - EXPOSURE-RESPONSE RELATIONSHIPS ACHIEVED IN GREENHOUSE CHAMBER FUMIGATIONS

      Angewandte Botanik
    44. PULSCHEN L; LUTZEYER HJ
      ECOLOGICAL AND ECONOMIC-CONDITIONS OF ORGANIC COFFEE PRODUCTION IN LATIN-AMERICA AND PAPUA-NEW-GUINEA

      Angewandte Botanik
    45. FRANKE W; LAGOSWITTE S
      CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE BIOLOGY OF ECONOMIC PLANTS .7. ON THE VIVIPARITYAND TUBER FORMATION OF THE CHAYOTE [SECHIUM-EDULE (JACQ) SW]

      Angewandte Botanik
    46. GREEF JM; DEUTER M
      SYNTAXONOMY OF MISCANTHUS-X-GIGANTEUS GREEF-ET-DEU

      Angewandte Botanik
    47. DIEDERICHS C; MOAWAD AM
      THE POTENTIAL OF VA MYCORRHIZAE FOR PLANT NUTRITION IN THE TROPICS

      Angewandte Botanik
    48. IBENTHAL WD; POURMOHSENI H; GROSSKOPF S; OLDENBURG H; SHAFIEIAZAD S
      NEW APPROACHES TOWARDS BIOCHEMICAL-MECHANISMS OF RESISTANCE SUSCEPTIBILITY OF GRAMINEAE TO POWDERY MILDEW (ERYSIPHE-GRAMINIS)

      Angewandte Botanik
    49. MORITZ A; LUDDERS P
      POLLEN GERMINATION, POLLEN-TUBE GROWTH AN D FERTILIZATION BEHAVIOR OFDIFFERENT BRAZIL NUT CLONES (BERTHOLLETIA-EXCELSA HUMB AND BONPL)

      Angewandte Botanik
    50. RUESS F; STOSSER R
      ON THE 3-DIMENSIONAL RECONSTRUCTION OF TH E INTERCELLULAR SYSTEM IN APPLE FRUIT

      Angewandte Botanik
    51. HANDKE C; BOYLE C; WETTERN M
      EFFECT OF AGING, ABIOTIC AND BIOTIC STRESS UPON UBIQUITINATION IN YOUNG BARLEY PLANTS

      Angewandte Botanik
    52. VOESTE D; HARTMANN H; SCHNABL H
      IDENTIFICATION OF HELIANTHUS GENOTYPES BY NEW ISOENZYME SYSTEMS

      Angewandte Botanik
    53. KAISER R
      QUANTITATIVE-ANALYSES OF FLAVONOIDS IN YELLOW-DYE PLANT-SPECIES WELD (RESEDA-LUTEOLA L) AND SAWWORT (SERRATULA-TINCTORIA L)

      Angewandte Botanik
    54. KURTH A; WEBER A; KRANZ J
      STUDIES ON PEST COMMUNITIES ON EARS OF WI NTER-WHEAT (TRITICUM-AESTIVUM L)

      Angewandte Botanik
    55. TAMCI M
      PHOSPHORUS AND ZINC INTERACTION IN SHOOTS OF COTTON PLANTS

      Angewandte Botanik
    56. HEINRICH M; BARERRA NA
      MEDICINAL-PLANTS IN A LOWLAND MIXED INDIAN COMMUNITY (OAXACA, MEXICO)- MANAGEMENT OF IMPORTANT RESOURCES

      Angewandte Botanik
    57. BLANKE MM
      STOMATA OF CURRANT FRUITS

      Angewandte Botanik
    58. KARSTENS GS; EBERT G; LUDDERS P
      LONG-TERM AND SHORT-TERM EFFECTS OF SALINITY ON ROOT RESPIRATION, PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND TRANSPIRATION OF CITRUS ROOTSTOCKS

      Angewandte Botanik
    59. GRUNHAGE L; DAMMGEN U; HAENEL HD; JAGER HJ; HOLL A; SCHMITT J; HANEWALD K
      A NEW POTENTIAL AIR-QUALITY CRITERION DERIVED FROM VERTICAL FLUX DENSITIES OF OZONE AND FROM PLANT-RESPONSE

      Angewandte Botanik
    60. VONSCHAESBERG N; EBERT G; LUDDERS P
      LEAF GAS-EXCHANGE OF MANGO (MANGIFERA-INDICA L) CUTTINGS DURING ADVENTITIOUS ROOT-FORMATION

      Angewandte Botanik
    61. ASHRAF M; NOOR R
      GROWTH AND PATTERN OF ION UPTAKE IN ERUCA-SATIVA MILL UNDER SALT STRESS

      Angewandte Botanik
    62. TOPPERWEIN H
      RELATIONSHIPS IN THE APICAL REGION OF ANGIOSPERMS

      Angewandte Botanik
    63. VOGEL R; PASCUALVILLALOBOS MJ; ROBBELEN G
      SEED OILS FOR NEW CHEMICAL APPLICATIONS .1. VERNOLIC ACID PRODUCED BYEUPHORBIA-LAGASCAE

      Angewandte Botanik
    64. MILLER PR
      RESPONSE OF FORESTS TO OZONE IN A CHANGING ATMOSPHERIC-ENVIRONMENT

      Angewandte Botanik
    65. MORITZ A; LUDDERS P
      FLOWER BIOLOGY, NATURAL POLLINATION AND E VALUATION OF BRAZIL NUT MOTHER CLONES (BERTHOLLETIA-EXCELSA HUMB AND BONPL)

      Angewandte Botanik
    66. HAMADA AA; KOCH W; HAMDOUN A; KUNISCH M; SAUERBORN J
      EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE, LIGHT, AND SIMULATED DROUGHT ON THE GERMINATION OF SOME WEED SPECIES FROM THE SUDAN

      Angewandte Botanik
    67. HAMADA AA; KOCH W; HAMDOUN A; KUNISCH M; SAUERBORN J
      EFFECT OF HEAT-STRESS ON SUBSEQUENT GERMINATION AND VIABILITY OF WILDSORGHUM (SORGHUM-ARUNDINACEUM (DEW) STAPF) SEEDS

      Angewandte Botanik
    68. BIEHL B; HEINRICHS H; ZIEGELERBERGHAUSEN H; SRIVASTAVA S; XIONG Q; PASSERN D; SENYUK VI; HAMMOOR M
      THE PROTEASES OF UNGERMINATED COCOA SEEDS AND THEIR ROLE IN THE FERMENTATION PROCESS

      Angewandte Botanik
    69. HUETTL RF
      FOREST SOIL ACIDIFICATION

      Angewandte Botanik


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