Publications of Mark Stitt

Journal Article (6)

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Journal Article
Krapp, A.; Stitt, M.: An Evaluation of Direct and Indirect Mechanisms for the Sink-Regulation of Photosynthesis in Spinach - Changes in Gas Exchange, Carbohydrates, Metabolites, Enzyme Activities and Steady-State Transcript Levels after Cold-Girdling Source Leaves. Planta 195 (3), pp. 313 - 323 (1995)
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Journal Article
Lerchl, J.; Geigenberger, P.; Stitt, M.; Sonnewald, U.: Impaired Photoassimilate Partitioning Caused by Phloem-Specific Removal of Pyrophosphate Can Be Complemented by a Phloem-Specific Cytosolic Yeast-Derived Invertase in Transgenic Plants. Plant Cell 7 (3), pp. 259 - 270 (1995)
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Journal Article
Paul, M.; Sonnewald, U.; Hajirezaei, M.-R.; Dennis, D.; Stitt, M.: Transgenic Tobacco Plants with Strongly Decreased Expression of Pyrophosphate - Fructose-6-Phosphate 1-Phosphotransferase Do Not Differ Significantly from Wild Type in Photosynthate Partitioning, Plant Growth or Their Ability to Cope with Limiting Phosphate, Limiting Nitrogen and Suboptimal Temperatures. Planta 196 (2), pp. 277 - 283 (1995)
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Journal Article
Stitt, M.: The Use of Transgenic Plants to Study the Regulation of Plant Carbohydrate Metabolism. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 22 (4), pp. 635 - 646 (1995)
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Journal Article
Stitt, M.; Sonnewald, U.: Regulation of metabolism in transgenic plants. Annual Review of Plant Physiology and Plant Molecular Biology 46, pp. 341 - 368 (1995)
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Journal Article
Tyynelae, J.; Stitt, M.; Loenneborg, A.; Smeekens, S.; Schulman, A. H.: Metabolism of Starch Synthesis in Developing Grains of the Shx Shrunken Mutant of Barley (Hordeum Vulgare). Physiologia Plantarum 93 (1), pp. 77 - 84 (1995)

Book Chapter (2)

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Book Chapter
Geigenberger, P.; Krause, K.-P.; Hill, L. M.; Reimholz, R.; MacRae, E.; Quick, W. P.; Sonnewald, U.; Stitt, M.: The regulation of sucrose synthesis in leaver and tubers of potato plants. In: International Symposium on sucrose metabolism (Eds. Pontis, H. G.; Salerno, G. L.; Escherveria, E. I.). American Society Plant Physiologists (1995)
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Book Chapter
Stitt, M.; Krapp, A.; Klein, D.; Roeper-Schwarz, U.; Paul, M.: Do carbohydrates regulate photosynthesis and allocation by altering gene expression. In: Carbon Partitioning and Source-Sink Interactions in Plants, pp. 68 - 77 (Eds. Madore, M. A.; Lucas, W. J.). American Society of Plant Physiologists, Rockville, MD, USA (1995)
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