Thomas Roitsch
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Function and regulation of plant invertases: sweet sensations
T Roitsch, MC Gonzßlez
Trends in plant science 9 (12), 606-613, 2004
Plant physiology meets phytopathology: plant primary metabolism and plant–pathogen interactions
S Berger, AK Sinha, T Roitsch
Journal of experimental botany 58 (15-16), 4019-4026, 2007
Source-sink regulation by sugar and stress
T Roitsch
Current opinion in plant biology 2 (3), 198-206, 1999
Extracellular invertase: key metabolic enzyme and PR protein
T Roitsch, ME Balibrea, M Hofmann, R Proels, AK Sinha
Journal of experimental botany 54 (382), 513-524, 2003
Extracellular invertase is an essential component of cytokinin-mediated delay of senescence
ME Balibrea Lara, MC Gonzalez Garcia, T Fatima, R Ehne▀, TK Lee, ...
The Plant Cell 16 (5), 1276-1287, 2004
Induction of male sterility in plants by metabolic engineering of the carbohydrate supply
M Goetz, DE Godt, A Guivarc'h, U Kahmann, D Chriqui, T Roitsch
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98 (11), 6522-6527, 2001
General Detoxification and Stress Responses Are Mediated by Oxidized Lipids through TGA Transcription Factors in Arabidopsis
S Mueller, B Hilbert, K Dueckershoff, T Roitsch, M Krischke, MJ Mueller, ...
The Plant Cell 20 (3), 768-785, 2008
Glucose and stress independently regulate source and sink metabolism and defense mechanisms via signal transduction pathways involving protein phosphorylation.
R Ehness, M Ecker, DE Godt, T Roitsch
The Plant Cell 9 (10), 1825-1841, 1997
Regulation of source/sink relations by cytokinins
T Roitsch, R Ehne▀
Plant growth regulation 32, 359-367, 2000
Complex regulation of gene expression, photosynthesis and sugar levels by pathogen infection in tomato
S Berger, M Papadopoulos, U Schreiber, W Kaiser, T Roitsch
Physiologia Plantarum 122 (4), 419-428, 2004
Cyclopentenone isoprostanes induced by reactive oxygen species trigger defense gene activation and phytoalexin accumulation in plants
I Thoma, C Loeffler, AK Sinha, M Gupta, M Krischke, B Steffan, T Roitsch, ...
The Plant Journal 34 (3), 363-375, 2003
Induction of apoplastic invertase of Chenopodium rubrum by D-glucose and a glucose analog and tissue-specific expression suggest a role in sink-source regulation
T Roitsch, M Bittner, DE Godt
Plant physiology 108 (1), 285-294, 1995
Metabolic regulation of leaf senescence: interactions of sugar signalling with biotic and abiotic stress responses
A Wingler, T Roitsch
Plant Biology 10, 50-62, 2008
Regulation and tissue-specific distribution of mRNAs for three extracellular invertase isoenzymes of tomato suggests an important function in establishing and maintaining sinká…
DE Godt, T Roitsch
Plant physiology 115 (1), 273-282, 1997
Infection with virulent and avirulent P. syringae strains differentially affects photosynthesis and sink metabolism in Arabidopsis leaves
KB Bonfig, U Schreiber, A Gabler, T Roitsch, S Berger
Planta 225, 1-12, 2006
Co‐ordinated induction of mRNAs for extracellular invertase and a glucose transporter in Chenopodium rubrum by cytokinins
R Ehne▀, T Roitsch
The Plant Journal 11 (3), 539-548, 1997
Phosphorylation of the VirG protein of Agrobacterium tumefaciens by the autophosphorylated VirA protein: essential role in biological activity of VirG
SG Jin, RK Prusti, T Roitsch, RG Ankenbauer, EW Nester
Journal of Bacteriology 172 (9), 4945-4950, 1990
Plant phenomics and the need for physiological phenotyping across scales to narrow the genotype-to-phenotype knowledge gap
DK Gro▀kinsky, J Svensgaard, S Christensen, T Roitsch
Journal of experimental botany 66 (18), 5429-5440, 2015
The VirA protein of Agrobacterium tumefaciens is autophosphorylated and is essential for vir gene regulation
S Jin, T Roitsch, RG Ankenbauer, MP Gordon, EW Nester
Journal of bacteriology 172 (2), 525-530, 1990
Metabolizable and non-metabolizable sugars activate different signal transduction pathways in tomato
AK Sinha, MG Hofmann, U Römer, W Köckenberger, L Elling, ...
Plant physiology 128 (4), 1480-1489, 2002
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