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Geigenberger, P.; Regierer, B.; Lytovchenko, A.; Leisse, A.; Schauer, N.; Springer, F.; Kossmann, J.; Fernie, A. R.: Heterologous expression of a ketohexokinase in potato plants leads to inhibited rates of photosynthesis, severe growth retardation and abnormal leaf development. Planta 218 (4), S. 569 - 578 (2004)
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Obiadalla-Ali, H.; Fernie, A. R.; Lytovchenko, A.; Kossmann, J.; Lloyd, J. R.: Inhibition of chloroplastic fructose 1,6-bisphosphatase in tomato fruits leads to decreased fruit size, but only small changes in carbohydrate metabolism. Planta 219 (3), S. 533 - 540 (2004)
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Carrari, F.; Nunes-Nesi, A.; Gibon, Y.; Lytovchenko, A.; Loureiro, M. E.; Fernie, A. R.: Reduced expression of aconitase results in an enhanced rate of photosynthesis and marked shifts in carbon partitioning in illuminated leaves of wild species tomato. Plant Physiology 133 (3), S. 1322 - 1335 (2003)
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Leggewie, G.; Kolbe, A.; Lemoine, R.; Roessner, U.; Lytovchenko, A.; Zuther, E.; Kehr, J.; Frommer, W. B.; Riesmeier, J. W.; Willmitzer, L. et al.; Fernie, A. R.: Overexpression of the sucrose transporter SoSUT1 in potato results in alterations in leaf carbon partitioning and in tuber metabolism but has little impact on tuber morphology. Planta 217 (1), S. 158 - 167 (2003)
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Lytovchenko, A.; Fernie, A. R.: Photosynthetic metabolism is severely impaired on the parallel reduction of plastidial and cytosolic isoforms of phosphoglucomutase. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 41 (3), S. 193 - 200 (2003)
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Roessner-Tunali, U.; Hegemann, B.; Lytovchenko, A.; Carrari, F.; Bruedigam, C.; Granot, D.; Fernie, A. R.: Metabolic profiling of transgenic tomato plants overexpressing hexokinase reveals that the influence of hexose phosphorylation diminishes during fruit development. Plant Physiology 133 (1), S. 84 - 99 (2003)
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Urbanczyk-Wochniak, E.; Leisse, A.; Roessner-Tunali, U.; Lytovchenko, A.; Reismeier, J.; Willmitzer, L.; Fernie, A. R.: Expression of a bacterial xylose isomerase in potato tubers results in an altered hexose composition and a consequent induction of metabolism. Plant and Cell Physiology 44 (12), S. 1359 - 1367 (2003)
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Fernie, A. R.; Swiedrych, A.; Tauberger, E.; Lytovchenko, A.; Trethewey, R. N.; Willmitzer, L.: Potato plants exhibiting combined antisense repression of cytosolic and plastidial isoforms of phosphoglucomutase surprisingly approximate wild type with respect to the rate of starch synthesis. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 40 (11), S. 921 - 927 (2002)
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Fernie, A. R.; Tauberger, E.; Lytovchenko, A.; Roessner, U.; Willmitzer, L.; Trethewey, R. N.: Antisense repression of cytosolic phosphoglucomutase in potato (Solanum tuberosum) results in severe growth retardation, reduction in tuber number and altered carbon metabolism. Planta 214 (4), S. 510 - 520 (2002)
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Lytovchenko, A.; Bieberich, K.; Willmitzer, L.; Fernie, A. R.: Carbon assimilation and metabolism in potato leaves deficient in plastidial phosphoglucomutase. Planta 215 (5), S. 802 - 811 (2002)
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Lytovchenko, A.; Sweetlove, L.; Pauly, M.; Fernie, A. R.: The influence of cytosolic phosphoglucomutase on photosynthetic carbohydrate metabolism. Planta 215 (6), S. 1013 - 1021 (2002)

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Lytovchenko, A.; Geigenberger, P.; Willmitzer, L.; Fernie, A. R.: Starch content in plant tissues. In: Plant Genetic Engineering: Improving the Nutritional & Therapeutic Qualities of Plants, S. 1 - 29 (Hg. Jaiwal, P. K.). Studium Press LLC, Houston, TX, USA (2006)

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Nunes-Nesi, A.; Carrari, F.; Lytovchenko, A.; Fernie, A. R.: Enhancing crop yield in Solanaceous species through the genetic manipulation of energy metabolism. In: BioScience 2005 Conference, S. 1430 - 1434. BioScience 2005 Conference, Glasgow, SCOTLAND. (2005)
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