Publikationen von Dirk Hincha

Zeitschriftenartikel (7)

Pagter, M.; Alpers, J.; Erban, A.; Kopka, J.; Zuther, E.; Hincha, D. K.: Rapid transcriptional and metabolic regulation of the deacclimation process in cold acclimated Arabidopsis thaliana. BMC Genomics 18 (1), 731 (2017)
Andersen, U. B.; Kjaer, K. H.; Erban, A.; Alpers, J.; Hincha, D. K.; Kopka, J.; Zuther, E.; Pagter, M.: Impact of seasonal warming on overwintering and spring phenology of blackcurrant. Environmental and Experimental Botany 140, S. 96 - 109 (2017)
Bolt, S.; Zuther, E.; Zintl, S.; Hincha, D. K.; Schmülling, T.: ERF105 is a transcription factor gene of Arabidopsis thaliana required for freezing tolerance and cold acclimation. Plant, Cell and Environment 40 (1), S. 108 - 120 (2017)
Bremer, A.; Kent, B.; Hauß, T.; Thalhammer, A.; Yepuri, N. R.; Darwish, T. A.; Garvey, C. J.; Bryant, G.; Hincha, D. K.: Intrinsically Disordered Stress Protein COR15A Resides at the Membrane Surface during Dehydration. Biophysical Journa 113 (3), S. 572 - 579 (2017)
Bremer, A.; Wolff, M.; Thalhammer, A.; Hincha, D. K.: Folding of intrinsically disordered plant LEA proteins is driven by glycerol-induced crowding and the presence of membranes. The FEBS Journal 284 (6), S. 919 - 936 (2017)
Glaubitz, U.; Li, X.; Schaedel, S.; Erban, A.; Sulpice, R.; Kopka, J.; Hincha, D. K.; Zuther, E.: Integrated analysis of rice transcriptomic and metabolomic responses to elevated night temperatures identifies sensitivity- and tolerance-related profiles. Plant, Cell and Environment 40 (1), S. 121 - 137 (2017)
Ntatsi, G.; Savvas, D.; Papasotiropoulos, V.; Katsileros, A.; Zrenner, R. M.; Hincha, D. K.; Zuther, E.; Schwarz, D.: Rootstock Sub-Optimal Temperature Tolerance Determines Transcriptomic Responses after Long-Term Root Cooling in Rootstocks and Scions of Grafted Tomato Plants. Frontiers in Plant Science 8, 911 (2017)
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