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    1. Albrechtova, JTP; Metzger, CS; Wagner, E
      pH-patterning at the shoot apical meristem as related to time of day during different light treatments

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    2. Aguado-Santacruz, GA; Cabrera-Ponce, JL; Ramirez-Chavez, E; Leon-Ramirez, CG; Rascon-Cruz, Q; Herrera-Estrella, L; Olalde-Portugal, V
      Establishment, characterization and plant regeneration from highly chlorophyllous embryogenic cell cultures of blue grama grass, Bouteloua gracilis (HBK) Lag. ex Steud.

      PLANT CELL REPORTS
    3. Grof, CPL; Campbell, JA
      Sugarcane sucrose metabolism: scope for molecular manipulation

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    4. Loreti, E; De Bellis, L; Alpi, A; Perata, P
      Why and how do plant cells sense sugars?

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    5. Wolf, K; Kolar, J; Witters, E; van Dongen, W; van Onckelen, H; Machackova, I
      Daily profile of melatonin levels in Chenopodium rubrum L. depends on photoperiod

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    6. Blazkova, A; Machackova, I; Eder, J; Krekule, J
      Benzyladenine-induced inhibition of flowering in Chenopodium rubrum in vitro is not related to the levels of isoprenoid cytokinins

      PLANT GROWTH REGULATION
    7. Sima, BD; Desjardins, Y
      Sucrose supply enhances phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase phosphorylation level in in vitro Solanum tuberosum

      PLANT CELL TISSUE AND ORGAN CULTURE
    8. Fernie, AR; Roscher, A; Ratcliffe, RG; Kruger, NJ
      Fructose 2,6-bisphosphate activates pyrophosphate: fructose-6-phosphate 1-phosphotransferase and increases triose phosphate to hexose phosphate cycling in heterotrophic cells

      PLANTA
    9. Roessner, U; Willmitzer, L; Fernie, AR
      High-resolution metabolic phenotyping of genetically and environmentally diverse potato tuber systems. Identification of phenocopies

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    10. Fernie, AR; Roessner, U; Geigenberger, P
      The sucrose analog palatinose leads to a stimulation of sucrose degradation and starch synthesis when supplied to discs of growing potato tubers

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    11. Schliemann, W; Cai, YZ; Degenkolb, T; Schmidt, J; Corke, H
      Betalains of Celosia argentea

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    12. Goetz, M; Godt, DE; Guivarc'h, A; Kahmann, U; Chriqui, D; Roitsch, T
      Induction of male sterility in plants by metabolic engineering of the carbohydrate supply

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    13. Cai, YZ; Sun, M; Corke, H
      Identification and distribution of simple and acylated betacyanins in the amaranthaceae

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY
    14. Albrechtova, JTP; Walczysko, P; Espinel, S; Wagner, E; Ritter, E
      Tree maturation characterized by in vivo studies in Pinus radiata on pH patterns at the apex and systemic electrophysiological responses

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    15. Huijser, C; Kortstee, A; Pego, J; Weisbeek, P; Wisman, E; Smeekens, S
      The Arabidopsis SUCROSE UNCOUPLED-6 gene is identical to ABSCISIC ACID INSENSITIVE-4: involvement of abscisic acid in sugar responses

      PLANT JOURNAL
    16. Goetz, M; Godt, DE; Roitsch, T
      Tissue-specific induction of the mRNA for an extracellular invertase isoenzyme of tomato by brassinosteroids suggests a role for steroid hormones in assimilate partitioning

      PLANT JOURNAL
    17. Roitsch, T; Ehness, R; Goetz, M; Hause, B; Hofmann, M; Sinha, AK
      Regulation and function of extracellular invertase from higher plants in relation to assimilate partitioning, stress responses and sugar signalling

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    18. Zhu, YJ; Albert, HH; Moore, PH
      Differential expression of soluble acid invertase genes in the shoots of high-sucrose and low-sucrose species of Saccharum and their hybrids

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    19. Ma, HM; Albert, HH; Paull, R; Moore, PH
      Metabolic engineering of invertase activities in different subcellular compartments affects sucrose accumulation in sugarcane cells

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    20. Goetz, M; Roitsch, T
      Identification of amino acids essential for enzymatic activity of plant invertases

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    21. Pfeiffer, W; Hoftberger, M
      The fluorescent pH-indicator BCECF: An inhibitor of the vacuolar ATPase from Chenopodium rubrum

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    22. Krook, J; van't Slot, KAE; Vreugdenhil, D; Dijkema, C; van der Plas, LHW
      The triose-hexose phosphate cycle and the sucrose cycle in carrot (Daucus carota L.) cell suspensions are controlled by respiration and PPi: Fructose-6-phosphate phosphotransferase

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    23. Schwenger-Erger, C; Barz, W
      Decreased rate of degradation of the D1 protein in metribuzin-resistant photoautotrophic Chenopodium rubrum cell cultures

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    24. Roitsch, T; Ehness, R
      Regulation of source/sink relations by cytokinins

      PLANT GROWTH REGULATION
    25. Shimon-Kerner, N; Mills, D; Merchuk, JC
      Sugar utilization and invertase activity in hairy-root and cell-suspensioncultures of Symphytum officinale

      PLANT CELL TISSUE AND ORGAN CULTURE
    26. Xiao, WY; Sheen, J; Jang, JC
      The role of hexokinase in plant sugar signal transduction and growth and development

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    27. Buttner, M; Truernit, E; Baier, K; Scholz-Starke, J; Sontheim, M; Lauterbach, C; Huss, VAR; Sauer, N
      AtSTP3, a green leaf-specific, low affinity monosaccharide-H+ symporter ofArabidopsis thaliana

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    28. Jeannette, E; Reyss, A; Gregory, N; Gantet, P; Prioul, JL
      Carbohydrate metabolism in a heat-girdled maize source leaf

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    29. Irving, DE; Shingleton, GJ; Hurst, PL; Seelye, SF; Sinclair, BK
      Inhibition of hexokinase and expression of asparagine synthetase and beta-galactosidase genes during sugar feeding and starvation of asparagus (Asparagus officinalis) callus cultures

      NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF CROP AND HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE
    30. Peters, W; Ritter, J; Tiller, H; Valdes, O; Renner, U; Fountain, M; Beck, E
      Growth, ageing and death of a photoautotrophic plant cell culture

      PLANTA
    31. McClung, CR
      Circadian rhythms in plants: a millennial view

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    32. Ogren, E
      Maintenance respiration correlates with sugar but not nitrogen concentration in dormant plants

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    33. Wang, HL; Lee, PD; Chen, WL; Huang, DJ; Su, JC
      Osmotic stress-induced changes of sucrose metabolism in cultured sweet potato cells

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    34. Buttner, M; Sauer, N
      Monosaccharide transporters in plants: structure, function and physiology

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-BIOMEMBRANES
    35. Roitsch, T
      Source-sink regulation by sugar and stress

      CURRENT OPINION IN PLANT BIOLOGY
    36. Sturm, A; Tang, GQ
      The sucrose-cleaving enzymes of plants are crucial for development, growthand carbon partitioning

      TRENDS IN PLANT SCIENCE
    37. Culafic, L
      Photoperiodic and hormonal control of flowering and sex determination of monoecious and dioecious plants grown in vivo and in vitro

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    38. Goetz, M; Roitsch, T
      The different pH optima and substrate specificities of extracellular and vacuolar invertases from plants are determined by a single amino-acid substitution

      PLANT JOURNAL
    39. Stadler, R; Truernit, E; Gahrtz, M; Sauer, N
      The AtSUC1 sucrose carrier may represent the osmotic driving force for anther dehiscence and pollen tube growth in Arabidopsis

      PLANT JOURNAL
    40. Dowson-Day, MJ; Millar, AJ
      Circadian dysfunction causes aberrant hypocotyl elongation patterns in Arabidopsis

      PLANT JOURNAL
    41. Greppin, H; Wagner, E; Degli Agosti, R; Favre, P
      Electrical activity and flowering.

      ARCHIVES DES SCIENCES
    42. Hofmann, M; Ehness, R; Lee, TK; Roitsch, T
      Intracellular protons are not involved in elicitor dependent regulation ofmRNAs for defence related enzymes in Chenopodium rubrum

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    43. Ramalho, JC; Campos, PS; Quartin, VL; Silva, MJ; Nunes, MA
      High irradiance impairments on photosynthetic electron transport, ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase and N assimilation as a function ofn availability in Coffea arabica L. plants

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    44. Banfalvi, Z; Molnar, A; Lakatos, L; Hesse, H; Hofgen, R
      Differences in sucrose-to-starch metabolism of Solanum tuberosum and Solanum brevidens

      PLANT SCIENCE
    45. Appeldoorn, NJG; De Bruijn, SM; Koot-Gronsveld, EAM; Visser, RGF; Vreugdenhil, D; Van der Plas, LHW
      Developmental changes in enzymes involved in the conversion of hexose phosphate and its subsequent metabolites during early tuberization of potato

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    46. Kranewitter, W; Gehwolf, R; Nagl, M; Pfeiffer, W; Bentrup, FW
      Heterogeneity of the vacuolar pyrophosphatase protein from Chenopodium rubrum

      PROTOPLASMA
    47. Sturm, A
      Invertases. Primary structures, functions, and roles in plant development and sucrose partitioning

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    48. Usuda, H; Demura, T; Shimogawara, K; Fukuda, H
      Development of sink capacity of the "storage root" in a radish cultivar with a high ratio of "storage root" to shoot

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    49. Cheng, WH; Taliercio, EW; Chourey, PS
      Sugars modulate an unusual mode of control of the cell-wall invertase gene(Incw1) through its 3 ' untranslated region in a cell suspension culture of maize

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    50. Grandgirard, A; Sergiel, JP; Nour, M; Demaison-Meloche, J; Ginies, C
      Lymphatic absorption of phytosterol oxides in rats

      LIPIDS
    51. Myster, J
      The effects of temperature alternations, irradiance level, photoperiod, and day extension light quality on morphogenesis, growth, and flowering of Begonia x hiemalis fotsch

      GARTENBAUWISSENSCHAFT
    52. SMEEKENS S
      SUGAR REGULATION OF GENE-EXPRESSION IN PLANTS

      CURRENT OPINION IN PLANT BIOLOGY
    53. GREENGAUZ OK; NEGRETSKII VA; SOKOLOV OI
      F-ACTIN IDENTIFICATION USING PHALLOIDIN COLLOIDAL GOLD - 2 - CELLS AND SUBCELLULAR PREPARATIONS

      Russian journal of plant physiology
    54. JOUVE L; GREPPIN H; AGOSTI RD
      ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA FLORAL STEM ELONGATION - EVIDENCE FOR AN ENDOGENOUS CIRCADIAN-RHYTHM

      Plant physiology and biochemistry
    55. ROOK F; GERRITS N; KORTSTEE A; VANKAMPEN M; BORRIAS M; WEISBEEK P; SMEEKENS S
      SUCROSE-SPECIFIC SIGNALING REPRESSES TRANSLATION OF THE ARABIDOPSIS ATB2 BZIP TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR GENE

      Plant journal
    56. FRANKE R; FRY SC; KAUSS H
      LOW-MOLECULAR-WEIGHT PRECURSORS FOR DEFENSE-RELATED CELL-WALL HYDROXYCINNAMOYL ESTERS IN ELICITED PARSLEY SUSPENSION-CULTURES

      Plant cell reports
    57. VONDRAKOVA Z; KREKULE J; MACHACKOVA I
      IS THE ROOT EFFECT ON FLOWERING OF CHENOPODIUM-RUBRUM MEDIATED BY CYTOKININS

      Journal of plant growth regulation
    58. TORRE S; MOE R
      TEMPERATURE, DIF AND PHOTOPERIOD EFFECTS ON THE RHYTHM AND RATE OF STEM ELONGATION IN CAMPANULA-ISOPHYLLA MORETTI

      Scientia horticulturae
    59. TIKHONOVA LI
      ION CHANNELS OF THE VACUOLAR MEMBRANE OF HIGHER-PLANTS

      Biologiceskie membrany
    60. GREINER S; KRAUSGRILL S; RAUSCH T
      CLONING OF A TOBACCO APOPLASMIC INVERTASE INHIBITOR - PROOF OF FUNCTION OF THE RECOMBINANT PROTEIN AND EXPRESSION ANALYSIS DURING PLANT DEVELOPMENT

      Plant physiology
    61. MEYER W; JUNGNICKEL H; JANDKE M; DETTNER K; SPITELLER G
      ON THE CYTOTOXICITY OF OXIDIZED PHYTOSTEROLS ISOLATED FROM PHOTOAUTOTROPHIC CELL-CULTURES OF CHENOPODIUM-RUBRUM TESTED ON MEAL-WORMS TENEBRIO-MOLITOR

      Phytochemistry
    62. Schliemann, W; Steiner, U; Strack, D
      Betanidin formation from dihydroxyphenylalanine in a model assay system

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    63. Krook, J; Vreugdenhil, D; Dijkema, C; van der Plas, LHW
      Sucrose and starch metabolism in carrot (Daucus carota L.) cell suspensions analysed by C-13-labelling: indications for a cytosol and a plastid-localized oxidative pentose phosphate pathway

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    64. VONDRAKOVA Z; KREKULE J
      THE ROLE OF LEAF PETIOLE IN PHOTOPERIODIC INDUCTION OF FLOWERING

      Biologia plantarum
    65. Jouve, L; Charron, Y; Couderc, C; Greppin, H; Degli Agosti, R
      Dependence of Arabidopsis thaliana floral stem growth and architecture on photoperiod

      BIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    66. ASHTON AR
      A SIMPLE PROCEDURE FOR PURIFYING THE MAJOR CHLOROPLAST FRUCTOSE-1,6-BISPHOSPHATASE FROM SPINACH (SPINACIA-OLERACEA) AND CHARACTERIZATION OFITS STIMULATION BY SUB-FEMTOMOLAR MERCURIC IONS

      Archives of biochemistry and biophysics (Print)
    67. EHNESS R; ECKER M; GODT DE; ROITSCH T
      GLUCOSE AND STRESS INDEPENDENTLY REGULATE SOURCE AND SINK METABOLISM AND DEFENSE-MECHANISMS VIA SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION PATHWAYS INVOLVING PROTEIN-PHOSPHORYLATION

      The Plant cell
    68. KREKULE J
      PHOTOPERIODIC CONTROL OF FLOWERING - VARIOUS SIGNALS AND THEIR ROLES

      Russian journal of plant physiology
    69. KERCKHOFFS LHJ; ADAMSE P; TONK WJM; VANGINKEL R; VANKREEL J; VEENENDAAL A; RUYTER TPL; BUURMEIJER WF; BOUMA RM; KENDRICK RE
      A HIGH-RESOLUTION PLANT GROWTH-MEASURING APPARATUS TO STUDY STEM GROWTH-KINETICS

      Scientia horticulturae
    70. ALBRECHTOVA JTP; SLAVIK J; WAGNER E
      CONFOCAL PH-TOPOGRAPHY IN THE SHOOT APEX OF CHENOPODIUM-RUBRUM IN RELATION TO DIFFERENT PHOTOPERIODS

      Endocytobiosis and cell research
    71. BERUTER J; FEUSI MES; RUEDI P
      SORBITOL AND SUCROSE PARTITIONING IN THE GROWING APPLE FRUIT

      Journal of plant physiology
    72. EHNESS R; ROITSCH T
      DIFFERENTIAL EFFECT OF D-GLUCOSE ON THE LEVEL OF MESSENGER-RNAS FOR 3INVERTASE ISOENZYMES OF CHENOPODIUM-RUBRUM

      Journal of plant physiology
    73. BOCKERS M; CAPKOVA V; TICHA I; SCHAFER C
      GROWTH AT HIGH CO2 AFFECTS THE CHLOROPLAST NUMBER BUT NOT THE PHOTOSYNTHETIC EFFICIENCY OF PHOTOAUTOTROPHIC MARCHANTIA-POLYMORPHA CULTURE CELLS

      Plant cell, tissue and organ culture
    74. APPELDOORN NJG; DEBRUIJN SM; KOOTGRONSVELD EAM; VISSER RGF; VREUGDENHIL D; VANDERPLAS LHW
      DEVELOPMENTAL-CHANGES OF ENZYMES INVOLVED IN CONVERSION OF SUCROSE TOHEXOSE-PHOSPHATE DURING EARLY TUBERISATION OF POTATO

      Planta
    75. HERRMANN B; KILIAN R; PETER S; SCHAFER C
      LIGHT-STRESS-RELATED CHANGES IN THE PROPERTIES OF PHOTOSYSTEM-I

      Planta
    76. SMEEKENS S; ROOK F
      SUGAR SENSING AND SUGAR-MEDIATED SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION IN PLANTS

      Plant physiology
    77. GODT DE; ROITSCH T
      REGULATION AND TISSUE-SPECIFIC DISTRIBUTION OF MESSENGER-RNAS FOR 3 EXTRACELLULAR INVERTASE ISOENZYMES OF TOMATO SUGGESTS AN IMPORTANT FUNCTION IN ESTABLISHING AND MAINTAINING SINK METABOLISM

      Plant physiology
    78. MEYER W; SPITELLER G
      OXIDIZED PHYTOSTEROLS INCREASE BY AGING IN PHOTOAUTOTROPHIC CELL-CULTURES OF CHENOPODIUM-RUBRUM

      Phytochemistry
    79. KOLAR J; MACHACKOVA I; EDER J; PRINSEN E; VANDONGEN W; VANONCKELEN H; ILLNEROVA H
      MELATONIN - OCCURRENCE AND DAILY RHYTHM IN CHENOPODIUM-RUBRUM

      Phytochemistry
    80. KERCKHOFFS LHJ; SENGERS MMT; KENDRICK RE
      GROWTH ANALYSIS OF WILD-TYPE AND PHOTOMORPHOGENIC-MUTANT TOMATO PLANTS

      Physiologia Plantarum
    81. BERTRAM L; LERCARI B
      KINETICS OF STEM ELONGATION IN LIGHT-GROWN TOMATO PLANTS - RESPONSES TO DIFFERENT PHOTOSYNTHETICALLY ACTIVE RADIATION-LEVELS BY WILD-TYPE AND AUREA MUTANT PLANTS

      Photochemistry and photobiology
    82. SRUTEK M
      GROWTH-RESPONSES OF URTICA-DIOICA L TO DIFFERENT WATER-TABLE DEPTH

      Plant ecology
    83. VANDERIJT CWCJ; HAZELHOFF L; BLOM CWPM
      VEGETATION ZONATION IN A FORMER TIDAL AREA - A VEGETATION-TYPE RESPONSE MODEL-BASED ON DCA AND LOGISTIC-REGRESSION USING GIS

      Journal of vegetation science
    84. LOZOVAYA VV; LUO XM; WIDHOLM JM
      RAPID RECOVERY OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC CELL-SUSPENSION CULTURES FOLLOWING HETEROTROPHIC BLEACHING

      In vitro cellular & developmental biology. Plant
    85. ARGYROUDIAKOYUNOGLOU JH; PROMBONA A
      LIGHT-INDEPENDENT ENDOGENOUS CIRCADIAN-RHYTHM IN THE CAPACITY FOR CHLOROPHYLL FORMATION

      Journal of photochemistry and photobiology.B, Biology
    86. BEATOR J; KLOPPSTECH K
      SIGNIFICANCE OF CIRCADIAN GENE-EXPRESSION IN HIGHER-PLANTS

      Chronobiology international
    87. ZIVANOVIC B; VUCINIC Z
      PHOTOPERIODIC INDUCTION OF FLOWERING IN CHENOPODIUM-RUBRUM L MIGHT BECONTROLLED BY AN OSCILLATORY MECHANISM

      Journal of plant physiology
    88. PETERS W; VANDERKNAAP E; KENDE H
      THE LEVEL OF A MESSENGER-RNA WITH SEQUENCE SIMILARITY TO THE OLD YELLOW ENZYME-NADPH DEHYDROGENASE INCREASES IN CHENOPODIUM-RUBRUM CELLS INRESPONSE TO CYTOKININ

      Journal of plant physiology
    89. LINDEN JC; EHNESS R; ROITSCH T
      ETHYLENE REGULATION OF APOPLASTIC INVERTASE EXPRESSION IN AUTOTROPHICCELLS OF CHENOPODIUM-RUBRUM

      Plant growth regulation
    90. SCHEIBE R; BAALMANN E; BACKHAUSEN JE; RAK C; VETTER S
      C-TERMINAL TRUNCATION OF SPINACH CHLOROPLAST NAD(P)-DEPENDENT GLYCERALDEHYDE-3-PHOSPHATE DEHYDROGENASE PREVENTS INACTIVATION AND REAGGREGATION

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Protein structure and molecular enzymology
    91. MACHACKOVA I; EDER J; MOTYKA V; HANUS J; KREKULE J
      PHOTOPERIODIC CONTROL OF CYTOKININ TRANSPORT AND METABOLISM IN CHENOPODIUM-RUBRUM

      Physiologia Plantarum
    92. SCHLATTNER U; WAGNER E; GREPPIN H; BONZON M
      CHANGES IN DISTRIBUTION OF CHLOROPLAST ADENYLATE KINASE ISOFORMS DURING FLORAL INDUCTION

      Physiologia Plantarum
    93. BOKERN M; NIMTZ M; HARMS HH
      METABOLITES OF 4-N-NONYLPHENOL IN WHEAT CELL-SUSPENSION CULTURES

      Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
    94. FELTL T; MARTINEC J
      INTRACELLULAR-LOCALIZATION OF INOSITOL-1,4,5-TRISPHOSPHATE RECEPTOR FROM CHENOPODIUM-RUBRUM LEAVES

      Chemicke listy
    95. MOORE PH
      TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL REGULATION OF SUCROSE ACCUMULATION IN THE SUGARCANE STEM

      Australian journal of plant physiology
    96. ECKERMANN N; BAUMANN G
      ENZYMATIC CHANGES IN CALLUS-CULTURES OF SUGAR-BEET DURING THE TRANSITION FROM PHOTOHETEROTROPHIC TO PHOTOAUTOTROPHIC GROWTH

      Photosynthetica
    97. PETERS W; FUCHTBAUER B; BECK E
      NITRATE REDUCTASE-ACTIVITY IS ENDOGENOUSLY INDUCED BY ZEATIN RIBOSIDEIN HABITUATED SUSPENSION-CULTURED CHENOPODIUM-RUBRUM CELLS

      Journal of plant physiology
    98. GODT DE; RIEGEL A; ROITSCH T
      REGULATION OF SUCROSE SYNTHASE EXPRESSION IN CHENOPODIUM-RUBRUM - CHARACTERIZATION OF SUGAR INDUCED EXPRESSION IN PHOTOAUTOTROPHIC SUSPENSION-CULTURES AND SINK TISSUE-SPECIFIC EXPRESSION IN PLANTS

      Journal of plant physiology
    99. DEPPERT WR; WAGNER E
      PURIFICATION OF ADENYLATE KINASE FROM GREEN LEAVES OF BARLEY, MAIZE AND CHENOPODIUM-RUBRUM L

      Journal of plant physiology
    100. FISCHER U; ALFERMANN AW
      CULTIVATION OF PHOTOAUTOTROPHIC PLANT-CELL SUSPENSIONS IN THE BIOREACTOR - INFLUENCE OF CULTURE CONDITIONS

      Journal of biotechnology


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