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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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    Guan, D.; Yan, B.; Thieme, C. J.; Hua, J.; Zhu, H.; Boheler, K. R.; Zhao, Z.; Kragler, F.; Xia, Y.; Zhang, S.: PlaMoM: a comprehensive database compiles plant mobile macromolecules. Nucleic Acids Research (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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    Walther, D.; Kragler, F.: Mobile RNAs convey the message. Nature Plants 2 (4), 16040 (2016)
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    Zhang, W.; Thieme, C. J.; Kollwig, G.; Apelt, F.; Yang, L.; Winter, N.; Andresen, N.; Walther, D.; Kragler, F.: tRNA-Related Sequences Trigger Systemic mRNA Transport in Plants. Plant Cell 28 (6), S. 1237 - 1249 (2016)
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    Apelt, F.; Breuer, D.; Nikoloski, Z.; Stitt, M.; Kragler, F.: Phytotyping(4D): a light-field imaging system for non-invasive and accurate monitoring of spatio-temporal plant growth. The Plant Journal 82 (4), S. 693 - 706 (2015)
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    Ikeue, D.; Schudoma, C.; Zhang, W.; Ogata, Y.; Sakamoto, T.; Kurata, T.; Furuhashi, T.; Kragler, F.; Aoki, K.: A bioinformatics approach to distinguish plant parasite and host transcriptomes in interface tissue by classifying RNA-Seq reads. Plant Methods 11, 34 (2015)
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    Kosmacz, M.; Parlanti, S.; Schwarzlander, M.; Kragler, F.; Licausi, F.; van Dongen, J. T.: The stability and nuclear localization of the transcription factor RAP2.12 are dynamically regulated by oxygen concentration. Plant, Cell and Environment 38 (6), S. 1094 - 1103 (2015)
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    Kragler, F.: Analysis of the conductivity of plasmodesmata by microinjection. Methods in Molecular Biology 1217, S. 173 - 184 (2015)
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    Thieme, C. J.; Rojas-Triana, M.; Stecyk, E.; Schudoma, C.; Zhang, W.; Yang, L.; Minambres, M.; Walther, D.; Schulze, W. X.; Paz-Ares, J. et al.; Scheible, W.-R.; Kragler, F.: Endogenous Arabidopsis messenger RNAs transported to distant tissues. Nature Plants 1, 15025 (2015)
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    Stanko, V.; Giuliani, C.; Retzer, K.; Djamei, A.; Wahl, V.; Wurzinger, B.; Wilson, C.; Heberle-Bors, E.; Teige, M.; Kragler, F.: Timing Is Everything: Highly Specific and Transient Expression of a MAP Kinase Determines Auxin-Induced Leaf Venation Patterns in Arabidopsis. Molecular Plant 7 (11), S. 1637 - 1652 (2014)
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    Zhang, W.; Kollwig, G.; Stecyk, E.; Apelt, F.; Dirks, R.; Kragler, F.: Graft-transmissible movement of inverted-repeat-induced siRNA signals into flowers. The Plant Journal 80 (1), S. 106 - 121 (2014)
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    Kragler, F.: Plasmodesmata: intercellular tunnels facilitating transport of macromolecules in plants. Cell and tissue research 352 (1), S. 49 - 58 (2013)
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    McGarry, R. C.; Kragler, F.: Phloem-mobile signals affecting flowers: applications for crop breeding. Trends in Plant Science 18 (4), S. 198 - 206 (2013)
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    Fichtenbauer, D.; Xu, X. M.; Jackson, D.; Kragler, F.: The chaperonin CCT8 facilitates spread of tobamovirus infection. Plant Signaling & Behavior 7 (3), S. 318 - 321 (2012)
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    Huber, A.; Koch, J.; Kragler, F.; Brocard, C.; Hartig, A.: A Subtle Interplay Between Three Pex11 Proteins Shapes De Novo Formation and Fission of Peroxisomes. Traffic 13 (1), S. 157 - 167 (2012)
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    Koch, J.; Pranjic, K.; Huber, A.; Ellinger, A.; Hartig, A.; Kragler, F.; Brocard, C.: PEX11 family members are membrane elongation factors that coordinate peroxisome proliferation and maintenance. Journal of Cell Science 123 (Pt 19), S. 3389 - 3400 (2010)
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    Kragler, F.: RNA in the phloem: A crisis or a return on investment? PLANT SCIENCE 178 (2), S. 99 - 104 (2010)
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    Zhang, S.; Sun, L.; Kragler, F.: The phloem-delivered RNA pool contains small noncoding RNAs and interferes with translation. Plant Physiology 150 (1), S. 378 - 387 (2009)
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    Bouyer, D.; Geier, F.; Kragler, F.; Schnittger, A.; Pesch, M.; Wester, K.; Balkunde, R.; Timmer, J.; Fleck, C.; Hulskamp, M.: Two-dimensional patterning by a trapping/depletion mechanism: the role of TTG1 and GL3 in Arabidopsis trichome formation. PLoS Biology 6 (6), S. e141 (2008)
 
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