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Ageeva-Kieferle, A. et al.: Nitric oxide coordinates growth, development, and stress response via histone modification and gene expression. Plant Physiol. 187, 336-360 (2021)
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Veeragoni, S.R. et al.: Mutant muddle: Some arabidopsis eds5 mutant lines have a previously unnoticed second-site mutation in FAH1. Plant Physiol. 182, 460-462 (2020)
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Begcy, K.* et al.: Male sterility in maize caused by transient heat stress during the tetrad stage of pollen development. Plant Physiol. 181, 683-700 (2019)
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Kaling, M. et al.: Mycorrhiza-triggered transcriptomic and metabolomic networks impinge on herbivore fitness. Plant Physiol. 176, 2639-2656 (2018)
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Mayer, D. et al.: Short-term exposure to nitrogen dioxide provides basal pathogen resistance. Plant Physiol. 178, 468-487 (2018)
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Friesner, J.* et al.: The next generation of training for arabidopsis researchers: Bioinformatics and quantitative biology. Plant Physiol. 175, 1499-1509 (2017)
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Grübler, B.* et al.: Light and plastid signals regulate different sets of genes in the albino mutant pap7-1. Plant Physiol. 175, 1203-1219 (2017)
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Mengel, A. et al.: Nitric oxide modulates histone acetylation at stress genes by inhibition of histone deacetylases. Plant Physiol. 173, 1434-1452 (2017)
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Carella, P.* et al.: Comparative proteomics analysis of Arabidopsis phloem exudates collected during the induction of systemic acquired resistance. Plant Physiol. 171, 1495-1510 (2016)
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Das, M. et al.: Expression pattern similarities support the prediction of orthologs retaining common functions after gene duplication events. Plant Physiol. 171, 2343-2357 (2016)
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Vanzo, E. et al.: Modulation of protein S-nitrosylation by isoprene emission in poplar. Plant Physiol. 170, 1945-1961 (2016)
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Lindermayr, C. & Durner, J.: Interplay of reactive oxygen species and nitric oxide: Nitric oxide coordinates reactive oxygen species homeostasis. Plant Physiol. 167, 1209-1210 (2015)
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Scheler, C. et al.: Promotion of testa rupture during garden cress germination involves seed compartment-specific expression and activity of pectin methylesterases. Plant Physiol. 167, 200-215 (2015)
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Vanzo, E. et al.: Facing the future - effects of short-term climate extremes on isoprene-emitting and non-emitting poplar. Plant Physiol. 169, 560-575 (2015)
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Velikova, V.B. et al.: Knocking down of isoprene emission modifies the lipid matrix of thylakoid membranes and influences the chloroplast ultrastructure in poplar. Plant Physiol. 168, 859-870 (2015)
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Ariyadasa, R.* et al.: A sequence-ready physical map of barley anchored genetically by two million single-nucleotide polymorphisms. Plant Physiol. 164, 412-423 (2014)
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Behringer, C.* ; Bastakis, E.* ; Ranftl, Q.* ; Mayer, K.F.X. & Schwechheimer, C.*: Functional diversification within the family of B-GATA transcription factors through the LLM-domain. Plant Physiol. 166, 293-305 (2014)
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Breitenbach, H.H. et al.: Contrasting roles of the apoplastic aspartyl protease APOPLASTIC, ENHANCED DISEASE SUSCEPTIBILITY1-DEPENDENT1 and LEGUME LECTIN-LIKE PROTEIN1 in arabidopsis systemic acquired resistance. Plant Physiol. 165, 791-809 (2014)
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Demko, V.* et al.: Genetic analysis of DEK1 loop function in three-dimensional body patterning in physcomitrella patens. Plant Physiol. 166, 903-919 (2014)
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Dey, S. et al.: Bacteria-triggered systemic immunity in barley appears to be associated with WRKY and ETHYLENE RESPONSIVE FACTORs but not with salicylic acid. Plant Physiol. 166, 2133-2151 (2014)