Publications of Mark Stitt
193 (4), pp. 486 - 493 (1994)When Growing Potato Tubers Are Detached from Their Mother Plant There Is a Rapid Inhibition of Starch Synthesis, Involving Inhibition of Adp-Glucose Pyrophosphorylase. Planta
192 (1), pp. 16 - 30 (1994)Transgenic Potato Plants with Strongly Decreased Expression of Pyrophosphate-Fructose-6-Phosphate Phosphotransferase Show No Visible Phenotype and Only Minor Changes in Metabolic Fluxes in Their Tubers. Planta
17 (8), pp. 945 - 953 (1994)Decreased Ribulose-1,5-Bisphosphate Carboxylase/Oxygenase in Transgenic Tobacco Transformed with Antisense Rbcs .8. Impact on Photosynthesis and Growth in Tobacco Growing under Extreme High Irradiance and High Temperature. Plant, Cell & Environment
17 (7), pp. 861 - 866 (1994)Influence of High Carbohydrate Content on the Activity of Plastidic and Cytosolic Isoenzyme Pairs in Photosynthetic Tissues. Plant, Cell & Environment
192 (4), pp. 480 - 488 (1994)Sucrose-Phosphate Synthase Is Regulated Via Metabolites and Protein Phosphorylation in Potato Tubers, in a Manner Analogous to the Enzyme in Leaves. Planta
17 (7), pp. 795 - 809 (1994)Growth and Reproduction of Arabidopsis Thaliana in Relation to Storage of Starch and Nitrate in the Wild-Type and in Starch-Deficient and Nitrate-Uptake-Deficient Mutants. Plant, Cell & Environment
5 (2), pp. 137 - 143 (1994)Manipulation of carbohydrate partitioning. Current Opinion in Biotechnology
17 (5), pp. 465 - 487 (1994)Does rubisco control the rate of photosynthesis and plant growth? An exercise in molecular ecophysiology. Plant, Cell & Environment
137, pp. 13 - 36 (Ed. Schulze, E. D.). Academic Press, San Diego, CA, USA (1994)Flux control at the level of the pathway: studies with mutants and transgenic plants having a decreased activity of enzymes involved in photosynthesis partitioning. In: Final Report of the SFB, Vol.
137, pp. 57 - 118 (Ed. Schulze, E. D.). Academic Press, San Diego, CA, USA (1994)Plant growth, storage and resource allocation - from flux control in a metabolic chain to the whole plant. In: Final Report of the SFB, Vol.