Markus Riederer
Markus Riederer
Professor of Plant Sciences
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Protecting against water loss: analysis of the barrier properties of plant cuticles
M Riederer, L Schreiber
Journal of experimental botany 52 (363), 2023-2032, 2001
Plant surface properties in chemical ecology
C Müller, M Riederer
Journal of chemical ecology 31 (11), 2621-2651, 2005
Tomato fruit cuticular waxes and their effects on transpiration barrier properties: functional characterization of a mutant deficient in a very‐long‐chain fatty acid β‐ketoacyl …
G Vogg, S Fischer, J Leide, E Emmanuel, R Jetter, AA Levy, M Riederer
Journal of Experimental Botany 55 (401), 1401-1410, 2004
Foliar penetration and accumulation of organic chemicals in plant cuticles
J Schönherr, M Riederer
Reviews of environmental contamination and toxicology, 1-70, 1989
Effects of natural intensities of visible and ultraviolet radiation on epidermal ultraviolet screening and photosynthesis in grape leaves
CA Kolb, MA Kaser, J Kopecký, G Zotz, M Riederer, EE Pfundel
Plant physiology 127 (3), 863-875, 2001
Annual plant reviews, biology of the plant cuticle
M Riederer, C Muller
John Wiley & Sons, 2008
Leaf cuticular waxes are arranged in chemically and mechanically distinct layers: evidence from Prunus laurocerasus L.
R Jetter, S Schäffer, M Riederer
Plant, Cell & Environment 23 (6), 619-628, 2000
Waxes: the transport barriers of plant cuticles
M Riederer
Waxes: chemistry, molecular biology and functions, 1995
The Developmental Pattern of Tomato Fruit Wax Accumulation and Its Impact on Cuticular Transpiration Barrier Properties: Effects of a Deficiency in a β-Ketoacyl …
J Leide, U Hildebrandt, K Reussing, M Riederer, G Vogg
Plant physiology 144 (3), 1667-1679, 2007
Estimating partitioning and transport of organic chemicals in the foliage/atmosphere system: discussion of a fugacity-based model
M Riederer
Environmental science & technology 24 (6), 829-837, 1990
Ecophysiology of cuticular transpiration: comparative investigation of cuticular water permeability of plant species from different habitats
L Schreiber, M Riederer
Oecologia 107 (4), 426-432, 1996
Plant cuticles sorb lipophilic compounds during enzymatic isolation
J Schönherr, M Riederer
Plant, Cell & Environment 9 (6), 459-466, 1986
Attenuation of UV radiation by plant cuticles from woody species
P Krauss, C Markstädter, M Riederer
Plant, Cell & Environment 20 (8), 1079-1085, 1997
The effect of the environment on the permeability and composition of Citrus leaf cuticles
M Riederer, G Schneider
Planta 180 (2), 154-165, 1990
Slippery ant-plants and skilful climbers: selection and protection of specific ant partners by epicuticular wax blooms in Macaranga (Euphorbiaceae)
W Federle, U Maschwitz, B Fiala, M Riederer, B Hölldobler
Oecologia 112 (2), 217-224, 1997
Ecophysiological relevance of cuticular transpiration of deciduous and evergreen plants in relation to stomatal closure and leaf water potential
M Burghardt, M Riederer
Journal of Experimental Botany 54 (389), 1941-1949, 2003
A comparative study into the chemical constitution of cutins and suberins from Picea abies (L.) Karst., Quercus robur L., and Fagus sylvatica L.
K Matzke, M Riederer
Planta 185 (2), 233-245, 1991
What do microbes encounter at the plant surface? Chemical composition of pea leaf cuticular waxes
F Gniwotta, G Vogg, V Gartmann, TLW Carver, M Riederer, R Jetter
Plant Physiology 139 (1), 519-530, 2005
UV screening by phenolics in berries of grapevine (Vitis vinifera)
CA Kolb, J Kopecký, M Riederer, EE Pfündel
Functional plant biology 30 (12), 1177-1186, 2003
Phase behaviour and crystallinity of plant cuticular waxes studied by Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy
S Merk, A Blume, M Riederer
Planta 204 (1), 44-53, 1997
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