Publikationen von A.A.G. Wiszniewski

Zeitschriftenartikel (6)

Wiszniewski, A. A. G., Uberegui, E., Messer, M., Sultanova, G., Borghi, M., Duarte, G. T., Vicente, R., Sageman-Furnas, K., Fernie, A. R., Nikoloski, Z. & Laitinen, R. A. E. Temperature-mediated flower size plasticity in Arabidopsis. iScience 25, (2022).
Sageman-Furnas, K., Nurmi, M., Contag, M., Plötner, B., Alseekh, S., Wiszniewski, A. A. G., Fernie, A. R., Smith, L. M. & Laitinen, R. A. E. A. thaliana Hybrids Develop Growth Abnormalities Through Integration of Stress, Hormone and Growth Signalling. Plant and Cell Physiology 63, 944–954 (2022).
Vaid, N., Ishihara, H., Plötner, B., Sageman-Furnas, K., Wiszniewski, A. A. G. & Laitinen, R. Leaf chlorosis in Arabidopsis thaliana hybrids is associated with transgenerational decline and imbalanced ribosome number. New Phytologist 228, 989–1000 (2020).
Jueppner, J., Mubeen, U., Leisse, A., Caldana, C., Wiszniewski, A. A. G., Steinhauser, D. & Giavalisco, P. The target of rapamycin kinase affects biomass accumulation and cell cycle progression by altering carbon/nitrogen balance in synchronized Chlamydomonas reinhardtii cells. The Plant Journal 93, 355–376 (2018).
Salem, M. A., Li, Y., Wiszniewski, A. A. G. & Giavalisco, P. Regulatory-associated protein of TOR (RAPTOR) alters the hormonal and metabolic composition of Arabidopsis seeds, controlling seed morphology, viability and germination potential. The Plant Journal 92, 525–545 (2017).
Wiszniewski, A. A. G., Bussell, J. D., Long, R. L. & Smith, S. M. Knockout of the two evolutionarily conserved peroxisomal 3-ketoacyl-CoA thiolases in Arabidopsis recapitulates the abnormal inflorescence meristem 1 phenotype. Journal of Experimental Botany 65, 6723–33 (2014).
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