Publikationen von S. Gupta

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Olas, J. J., Apelt, F., Annunziata, M. G., John, S., Richard, S. I., Gupta, S., Kragler, F., Balazadeh, S. & Mueller-Roeber, B. Primary carbohydrate metabolism genes participate in heat stress memory at the shoot apical meristem of Arabidopsis thaliana. Molecular Plant 14, 1508–1524 (2021).
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da Silva, V. C. H., Martins, M. C. M., Calderan-Rodrigues, M. J., Artins, A., Monte Bello, C. C., Gupta, S., Sobreira, T. J. P., Riano-Pachon, D. M., Mafra, V. & Caldana, C. Shedding Light on the Dynamic Role of the "Target of Rapamycin" Kinase in the Fast-Growing C-4 Species Setaria viridis, a Suitable Model for Biomass Crops. Frontiers in Plant Science 12, (2021).
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Rasul, F., Gupta, S., Olas, J. J., Gechev, T., Sujeeth, N. & Mueller-Roeber, B. Priming with a seaweed extract strongly improves drought tolerance in arabidopsis. International Journal of Molecular Sciences 22, (2021).
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Tedesco, S., Erban, A., Gupta, S., Kopka, J., Fevereiro, P., Kragler, F. & Pina, A. The Impact of Metabolic Scion–Rootstock Interactions in Different Grapevine Tissues and Phloem Exudates. Metabolites 11, (2021).
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Kanojia, A., Gupta, S., Benina, M., Fernie, A. R., Mueller-Roeber, B., Gechev, T. & Dijkwel, P. P. Developmentally controlled changes during Arabidopsis leaf development indicate causes for loss of stress tolerance with age. Journal of Experimental Botany 71, 6340–6354 (2020).
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Moreno Curtidor, C., Annunziata, M. G., Gupta, S., Apelt, F., Richard, S. I., Kragler, F., Mueller-Roeber, B. & Olas, J. J. Physiological Profiling of Embryos and Dormant Seeds in Two Arabidopsis Accessions Reveals a Metabolic Switch in Carbon Reserve Accumulation. Frontiers in Plant Science 11, (2020).
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Omidbakhshfard, M. A., Sujeeth, N., Gupta, S., Omranian, N., Guinan, K. J., Brotman, Y., Nikoloski, Z., Fernie, A. R., Mueller-Roeber, B. & Gechev, T. S. A Biostimulant Obtained from the Seaweed Ascophyllum nodosum Protects Arabidopsis thaliana from Severe Oxidative Stress. International Journal of Molecular Sciences 21, (2020).
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