Publications of M. Szecowka
9 (8), pp. 1803 - 1824 (2014)Flux profiling of photosynthetic carbon metabolism in intact plants. Nature Protocols
161 (2), pp. 628 - 643 (2013)Alteration of the interconversion of pyruvate and malate in the plastid or cytosol of ripening tomato fruit invokes diverse consequences on sugar but similar effects on cellular organic Acid, metabolism, and transitory starch accumulation. Plant Physiology
25 (2), pp. 694 - 714 (2013)Metabolic Fluxes in an Illuminated Arabidopsis Rosette. The Plant Cell
160 (4), pp. 2227 - 2238 (2012)Decreasing the Mitochondrial Synthesis of Malate in Potato Tubers Does Not Affect Plastidial Starch Synthesis, Suggesting That the Physiological Regulation of ADPglucose Pyrophosphorylase Is Context Dependent. Plant Physiology
157 (4), pp. 1650 - 1663 (2011)Tomato fruit photosynthesis is seemingly unimportant in primary metabolism and ripening but plays a considerable role in seed development. Plant Physiology
32 (3), pp. 300 - 318 (2009)Adjustment of growth and central metabolism to a mild but sustained nitrogen-limitation in Arabidopsis. Plant, Cell and Environment
1653, pp. 157 - 166. Humana Press, Clifton, N.J. (2017)13CO2 labeling and mass spectral analysis of photorespiration. In: Methods in Molecular Biology, Vol.