Publications of Mark Stitt

Journal Article (19)

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Deiting, U.; Zrenner, R.; Stitt, M.: Similar Temperature Requirement for Sugar Accumulation and for the Induction of New Forms of Sucrose Phosphate Synthase and Amylase in Cold-Stored Potato Tubers. Plant, Cell & Environment 21 (2), pp. 127 - 138 (1998)
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Geigenberger, P.; Geiger, M.; Stitt, M.: High-temperature perturbation of starch synthesis is attributable to inhibition of ADP-glucose pyrophosphorylase by decreased levels of glycerate-3-phosphate in growing potato tubers. Plant Physiology 117 (4), pp. 1307 - 1316 (1998)
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Geigenberger, P.; Hajirezaei, M.-R.; Geiger, M.; Deiting, U.; Sonnewald, U.; Stitt, M.: Overexpression of pyrophosphatase leads to increased sucrose degradation and starch synthesis, increased activities of enzymes for sucrose-starch interconversions, and increased levels of nucleotides in growing potato tubers. Planta 205 (3), pp. 428 - 437 (1998)
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Geiger, M.; Stitt, M.; Geigenberger, P.: Metabolism in slices from growing potato tubers responds differently to addition of sucrose and glucose. Planta 206 (2), pp. 234 - 244 (1998)
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Geiger, M.; Walch-Liu, P.; Engels, C.; Harnecker, J.; Schulze, E.-D.; Ludewig, F.; Sonnewald, U.; Scheible, W.-R.; Stitt, M.: Enhanced carbon dioxide leads to a modified diurnal rhythm of nitrate reductase activity in older plants, and a large stimulation of nitrate reductase activity and higher levels of amino acids in young tobacco plants. Plant Cell and Environment 21 (3), pp. 253 - 268 (1998)
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Haake, V.; Zrenner, R.; Sonnewald, U.; Stitt, M.: A moderate decrease of plastid aldolase activity inhibits photosynthesis, alters the levels of sugars and starch, and inhibits growth of potato plants. Plant Journal 14 (2), pp. 147 - 157 (1998)
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Klein, D.; Stitt, M.: Effects of 2-Deoxyglucose on the Expression of Rbcs and the Metabolism of Chenopodium Rubrum Cell-Suspension Cultures. Planta 205 (2), pp. 223 - 234 (1998)
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Krapp, A.; Fraisier, V.; Scheible, W.-R.; Quesada, A.; Gojon, A.; Stitt, M.; Caboche, M.; Daniel-Vedele, F.: Expression Studies of Nrt2-1np, a Putative High-Affinity Nitrate Transporter - Evidence for Its Role in Nitrate Uptake. Plant Journal 14 (6), pp. 723 - 731 (1998)
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Krause, K.-P.; Hill, L.; Reimholz, R.; Nielsen, T. H.; Sonnewald, U.; Stitt, M.: Sucrose metabolism in cold-stored potato tubers with decreased expression of sucrose phosphate synthase. Plant Cell and Environment 21 (3), pp. 285 - 299 (1998)
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Ludewig, F.; Sonnewald, U.; Kauder, F.; Heineke, D.; Geiger, M.; Stitt, M.; Mueller-Roeber, B.; Gillissen, B.; Kuehn, C.; Frommer, W. B.: The role of transient starch in acclimation to elevated atmospheric CO2. FEBS Letters 429 (2), pp. 147 - 151 (1998)
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Matt, P.; Schurr, U.; Klein, D.; Krapp, A.; Stitt, M.: Growth of tobacco in short-day conditions leads to high starch, low sugars, altered diurnal changes in the Nia transcript and low nitrate reductase activity, and inhibition of amino acid synthesis. Planta 207 (1), pp. 27 - 41 (1998)
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Morcuende, R.; Krapp, A.; Hurry, V.; Stitt, M.: Sucrose-feeding leads to increased rates of nitrate assimilation, increased rates of alpha-oxoglutarate synthesis, and increased synthesis of a wide spectrum of amino acids in tobacco leaves. Planta 206 (3), pp. 394 - 409 (1998)
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Nemeth, K.; Salchert, K.; Putnoky, P.; Bhalerao, R.; Koncz-Kalman, Z.; Stankovic-Stangeland, B.; Bako, L.; Mathur, J.; Oekresz, L.; Stabel, S. et al.; Geigenberger, P.; Stitt, M.; Redei, G. P.; Schell, J.; Koncz, C.: Pleiotropic control of glucose and hormone responses by PRL1, a nuclear WD protein, in Arabidopsis. Genes & Development 12 (19), pp. 3059 - 3073 (1998)
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Nielsen, T. H.; Krapp, A.; Roeper-Schwarz, U.; Stitt, M.: The sugar-mediated regulation of genes encoding the small subunit of Rubisco and the regulatory subunit of ADP glucose pyrophosphorylase is modified by phosphate and nitrogen. Plant Cell and Environment 21 (5), pp. 443 - 454 (1998)
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Schmundt, D.; Stitt, M.; Jaehne, B.; Schurr, U.: Quantitative analysis of the local rates of growth of dicot leaves at a high temporal and spatial resolution, using image sequence analysis. Plant Journal 16 (4), pp. 505 - 514 (1998)
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Stitt, M.: Biochemical principles underlying genetic manipulation of physiological bottlenecks. Vorträge für Pflanzenzüchtung 41, pp. 5 - 20 (1998)
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Stitt, M.: Pyrophosphate as an energy donor in the cytosol of plant cells: an enigmatic alternative to ATP. Botanica Acta 111 (3), pp. 167 - 175 (1998)
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Stitt, M.; Scheible, W.-R.: Understanding Allocation to Shoot and Root Growth Will Require Molecular Information About Which Compounds Act as Signals for the Plant Nutrient Status, and How Meristem Activity and Cellular Growth Are Regulated - Opinion. Plant and Soil 201 (2), pp. 259 - 263 (1998)
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Trethewey, R. N.; Geigenberger, P.; Riedel, K.; Hajirezaei, M.-R.; Sonnewald, U.; Stitt, M.; Riesmeier, J. W.; Willmitzer, L.: Combined expression of glucokinase and invertase in potato tubers leads to a dramatic reduction in starch accumulation and a stimulation of glycolysis. Plant Journal 15 (1), pp. 109 - 118 (1998)

Editorial (1)

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Editorial
Siedow, J. N.; Stitt, M.: Plant metabolism: where are all those pathways leading us? Editorial overview. Current Opinion in Plant Biology 1 (3), pp. 197 - 200 (1998)
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