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Sandve, S.R.* et al.: Chloroplast phylogeny of Triticum/Aegilops species is not incongruent with an ancient homoploid hybrid origin of the ancestor of the bread wheat D-genome. New Phytol. 208, 9–10 (2015)
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Schuler, D.* et al.: Hxt1, a monosaccharide transporter and sensor required for virulence of the maize pathogen Ustilago maydis. New Phytol. 206, 1086-1100 (2015)
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Sieper, T. et al.: N-acyl-homoserine lactone uptake and systemic transport in barley rest upon active parts of the plant. New Phytol. 201, 545-555 (2014)
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Yin, R. et al.: Kaempferol 3-O-rhamnoside-7-O-rhamnoside is an endogenous flavonol inhibitor of polar auxin transport in Arabidopsis shoots. New Phytol. 201, 466-475 (2014)
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Vigeland, M.D.* et al.: Evidence for adaptive evolution of low-temperature stress response genes in a Pooideae grass ancestor. New Phytol. 199, 1060-1068 (2013)
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Way, D.A.* et al.: Increasing atmospheric CO2 reduces metabolic and physiological differences between isoprene- and non-isoprene-emitting poplars. New Phytol. 200, 534-546 (2013)
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Behnke, K. et al.: Isoprene emission-free poplars - a chance to reduce the impact from poplar plantations on the atmosphere. New Phytol. 194, 70-82 (2012)
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Janz, D.* et al.: Salt stress induces the formation of a novel type of 'pressure wood' in two Populus species. New Phytol. 194, 129-141 (2012)
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Löw, M.* et al.: Multivariate analysis of physiological parameters reveals a consistent O3 response pattern in leaves of adult European beech (Fagus sylvatica). New Phytol. 196, 162-172 (2012)
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Monson, R.K.* ; Grote, R.* ; Niinemets, U.* & Schnitzler, J.-P.: Modeling the isoprene emission rate from leaves. New Phytol. 195, 541-559 (2012)
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Tedersoo, L.* et al.: Enzymatic activities and stable isotope patterns of ectomycorrhizal fungi in relation to phylogeny and exploration types in an afrotropical rain forest. New Phytol. 195, 832-843 (2012)
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Rasche, F.* et al.: DNA-based stable isotope probing enables the identification of active bacterial endophytes in potatoes. New Phytol. 181, 802-807 (2009)
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Rühr, N.K.* et al.: Drought effects on allocation of recent carbon: From beech leaves to soil CO₂ efflux. New Phytol. 184, 950-961 (2009)
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Kreyling, J.* ; Beierkuhnlein, C.* ; Pritsch, K. ; Schloter, M. & Jentsch, A.*: Recurrent soil freeze-thaw cycles enhance grassland productivity. New Phytol. 177, 938-945 (2008)
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Sommer, A.* et al.: Ectopic expression of Arabidopsis thaliana plasma membrane intrinsic protein 2 aquaporins in lily pollen increases the plasma membrane water permeability of grain but not of tube protoplasts. New Phytol. 180, 787-797 (2008)
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Courty, P.-E.* ; Pritsch, K.* ; Schloter, M. ; Hartmann, A. & Garbaye, J.*: Activity profiling of ectomycorrhiza communities in two forest soils using multiple enzymatic tests. New Phytol. 167, 309-319 (2005)
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Diarra, C.* et al.: Differences in the kinetics and scale of signalling molecule production modulate the ozone sensitivity of hybrid poplar clones: The roles of H2O2, ethylene and salicylic acid. New Phytol. 168, 351-364 (2005)
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Kozovits, A.R.* et al.: Above-ground space sequestration determines competitive success in juvenile beech and spruce trees. New Phytol. 167, 181-196 (2005)
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Sahr, T. ; Voigt, G.* ; Paretzke, H.G. ; Schramel, P. & Ernst, D.: Caesium-affected gene expression in Arabidopsis thaliana. New Phytol. 165, 747-754 (2005)
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Sahr, T. ; Voigt, G.* ; Schimmack, W. ; Paretzke, H.G. & Ernst, D.: Low-level radiocaesium exposure alters gene expression in roots of Arabidopsis. New Phytol. 168, 141-148 (2005)