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Publikationen von Mark Stitt

Zeitschriftenartikel (67)

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    Annunziata, M. G.; Apelt, F.; Carillo, P.; Krause, U.; Feil, R.; Mengin, V.; Lauxmann, M.; Koehl, K. I.; Nikoloski, Z.; Stitt, M. et al.; Lunn, J. E.; Raines, C.: Getting back to nature: a reality check for experiments in controlled environments. Journal of Experimental Botany 68 (16), S. 4463 - 4477 (2017)
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    Apelt, F.; Breuer, D.; Olas, J. J.; Annunziata, M. G.; Flis, A.; Nikoloski, Z.; Kragler, F.; Stitt, M.: Circadian, Carbon, and Light Control of Expansion Growth and Leaf Movement. Plant Physiology 174 (3), S. 1949 - 1968 (2017)
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    Arrivault, S.; Obata, T.; Szecówka, M.; Mengin, V.; Guenther, M.; Höhne, M.; Fernie, A. R.; Stitt, M.: Metabolite pools and carbon flow during C4 photosynthesis in maize: 13CO2 labeling kinetics and cell type fractionation. Journal of Experimental Botany 68, S. 283 - 298 (2017)
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    Bledsoe, S. W.; Henry, C.; Griffiths, C. A.; Paul, M. J.; Feil, R.; Lunn, J. E.; Stitt, M.; Lagrimini, L. M.: The role of Tre6P and SnRK1 in maize early kernel development and events leading to stress-induced kernel abortion. BMC Plant Biology (2017)
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    Fernandez, O.; Ishihara, H.; George, G. M.; Mengin, V.; Flis, A.; Sumner, D.; Arrivault, S.; Feil, R.; Lunn, J. E.; Zeeman, S. C. et al.; Smith, A. M.; Stitt, M.: Leaf Starch Turnover Occurs in Long Days and in Falling Light at the End of the Day. PLANT PHYSIOLOGY 174 (4), S. 2199 - 2212 (2017)
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    Fernandez, O.; Ishihara, H.; George, G. M.; Mengin, V.; Flis, A.; Sumner, D.; Arrivault, S.; Feil, R.; Lunn, J. E.; Zeeman, S. C. et al.; Smith, A. M.; Stitt, M.: Leaf Starch Turnover Occurs in Long Days and in Falling Light at the End of the Day. Plant Physiology 174 (4), S. 2199 - 2212 (2017)
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    Graf, A.; Coman, D.; Uhrig, R.G.; Walsh, S.; Flis, A.; Stitt, M.; Gruissem, W.: Parallel analysis of arabidopsis circadian clock mutants reveals different scales of transcriptome and proteome regulation. Open Biology 7 (3), 160333 (2017)
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    Ishihara, H.; Moraes, T. A.; Pyl, E. T.; Schulze, W. X.; Obata, T.; Scheffel, A.; Fernie, A. R.; Sulpice, R.; Stitt, M.: Growth rate correlates negatively with protein turnover in Arabidopsis accessions. The Plant Journal 91 (3), S. 416 - 429 (2017)
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    Ivakov, A.; Flis, A.; Apelt, F.; Fünfgeld, M. F.F.; Scherer, U.; Stitt, M.; Kragler, F.; Vissenberg, K.; Persson, S.; Suslov, D.: Cellulose Synthesis and Cell Expansion Are Regulated by Different Mechanisms in Growing Arabidopsis Hypocotyls. The Plant Cell 29 (6), S. 1305 - 1315 (2017)
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    Marshall-Colon, A.; Long, S. P.; Allen, D. K.; Allen, G.; Beard, D. A.; Benes, B.; von Caemmerer, S.; Christensen, A. J.; Cox, D. J.; Hart, J. C. et al.; Hirst, P. M.; Kannan, K.; Katz, D. S.; Lynch, J. P.; Millar, A. J.; Panneerselvam, B.; Price, N. D.; Prusinkiewicz, P.; Raila, D.; Shekar, R. G.; Shrivastava, S.; Shukla, D.; Srinivasan, V.; Stitt, M.; Turk, M. J.; Voit, E. O.; Wang, Y.; Yin, X.; Zhu, X.-G.: Crops In Silico: Generating Virtual Crops Using an Integrative and Multi-scale Modeling Platform. Frontiers in Plant Science 8, 786 (2017)
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    Mengin, V.; Pyl, E. T.; Moraes, T. A.; Sulpice, R.; Krohn, N.; Encke, B.; Stitt, M.: Photosynthate Partitioning to Starch in Arabidopsis is Insensitive to Light Intensity but Sensitive to Photoperiod due to a Restriction on Growth in the Light in Short Photoperiods. Plant, Cell and Environment 40 (11-SI), S. 2608 - 2627 (2017)
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    Roach, M.; Arrivault, S.; Mahboubi, A.; Krohn, N.; Sulpice, R.; Stitt, M.; Niittyla, T.: Spatially resolved metabolic analysis reveals a central role for transcriptional control in carbon allocation to wood. Journal of Experimental Botany 68 (13), S. 3529 - 3539 (2017)
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    Westhues, M.; Schrag, T. A.; Heuer, C.; Thaller, G.; Utz, H. F.; Schipprack, W.; Thiemann, A.; Seifert, F.; Ehret, A.; Schlereth, A. et al.; Stitt, M.; Nikoloski, Z.; Willmitzer, L.; Schoen, C. C.; Scholten, S.; Melchinger, A. E.: Omics-based hybrid prediction in maize. THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS 130 (9), S. 1927 - 1939 (2017)
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    Coluccio Leskow, C.; Kamenetzky, L.; Guadalupe Dominguez, P.; Diaz Zirpolo, J. A.; Obata, T.; Costa, H.; Marti, M.; Taboga, O.; Keurentjes, J.; Sulpice, R. et al.; Ishihara, H.; Stitt, M.; Fernie, A. R.; Carrari, F.: Allelic differences in a vacuolar invertase affect Arabidopsis growth at early plant development. Journal of Experimental Botany 67 (14), S. 4091 - 4103 (2016)
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    Cookson, S. J.; Yadav, U. P.; Klie, S.; Morcuende, R.; Usadel, B.; Lunn, J. E.; Stitt, M.: Temporal kinetics of the transcriptional response to carbon depletion and sucrose readdition in Arabidopsis seedlings. Plant, Cell and Environment 39 (4), S. 768 - 786 (2016)
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    Czedik-Eysenberg, A.; Arrivault, S.; Lohse, M.A.; Feil, R.; Krohn, N.; Encke, B.; Nunes-Nesi, A.; Fernie, A. R.; Lunn, J. E.; Sulpice, R. et al.; Stitt, M.: The interplay between carbon availability and growth in different zones of the growing maize leaf. Plant Physiology 172 (2), S. 943 - 967 (2016)
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    Figueroa, C. M.; Feil, R.; Ishihara, H.; Watanabe, M.; Kolling, K.; Krause, U.; Höhne, M.; Encke, B.; Plaxton, W. C.; Zeeman, S. C. et al.; Li, Z.; Schulze, W. X.; Hoefgen, R.; Stitt, M.; Lunn, J. E.: Trehalose 6-phosphate coordinates organic and amino acid metabolism with carbon availability. The Plant Journal 85 (3), S. 410 - 423 (2016)
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    Flis, A.; Sulpice, R.; Seaton, D. D.; Ivakov, A.; Liput, M.; Abel, C.; Millar, A. J.; Stitt, M.: Photoperiod-dependent changes in the phase of core clock transcripts and global transcriptional outputs at dawn and dusk in Arabidopsis. Plant, Cell and Environment 39 (9), S. 1955 - 1981 (2016)
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    Lauxmann, M.; Annunziata, M. G.; Brunoud, G.; Wahl, V.; Koczut, A.; Burgos, A.; Olas, J. J.; Maximova, E.; Abel, C.; Schlereth, A. et al.; Soja, A. M.; Bläsing, O. E.; Lunn, J. E.; Vernoux, T.; Stitt, M.: Reproductive failure in Arabidopsis thaliana under transient carbohydrate limitation: flowers and very young siliques are jettisoned and the meristem is maintained to allow successful resumption of reproductive growth. Plant, Cell and Environment 39 (4), S. 745 - 767 (2016)
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    Mackinder, L. C. M.; Meyer, M. T.; Mettler, T.; Chen, V. K.; Mitchell, M. C.; Caspari, O.; Rosenzweig, E. S. F.; Pallesen, L.; Reeves, G.; Itakura, A. et al.; Roth, R.; Sommer, F.; Geimer, S.; Mühlhaus, T.; Schroda, M.; Goodenough, U.; Stitt, M.; Griffiths, H.; Jonikas, M. C.: A repeat protein links Rubisco to form the eukaryotic carbon-concentrating organelle. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 113 (21), S. 5958 - 5963 (2016)
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