Stephan Weise
Stephan Weise
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TitleCited byYear
Towards recommendations for metadata and data handling in plant phenotyping
P Krajewski, D Chen, H Ćwiek, ADJ van Dijk, F Fiorani, P Kersey, ...
Journal of Experimental Botany 2015, 2015
782015
MetaCrop: a detailed database of crop plant metabolism
E Grafahrend-Belau, S Weise, D Koschützki, U Scholz, BH Junker, ...
Nucleic acids research 36 (suppl_1), D954-D958, 2007
592007
Measures for interoperability of phenotypic data: minimum information requirements and formatting
H Ćwiek-Kupczyńska, T Altmann, D Arend, E Arnaud, D Chen, G Cornut, ...
Plant Methods 12 (1), 44, 2016
582016
MetaCrop 2.0: managing and exploring information about crop plant metabolism
F Schreiber, C Colmsee, T Czauderna, E Grafahrend-Belau, A Hartmann, ...
Nucleic Acids Research 40 (D1), D1173-D1177, 2012
572012
Genebank genomics highlights the diversity of a global barley collection
SG Milner, M Jost, S Taketa, ER Mazón, A Himmelbach, M Oppermann, ...
Nature Genetics 51 (2), 319-326, 2019
452019
Species-wide genome sequence and nucleotide polymorphisms from the model allopolyploid plant Brassica napus
T Schmutzer, B Samans, E Dyrszka, C Ulpinnis, S Weise, D Stengel, ...
Scientific Data 2, 150072, 2015
392015
Population structure revealed by different marker types (SSR or DArT) has an impact on the results of genome-wide association mapping in European barley cultivars
IE Matthies, T van Hintum, S Weise, MS Röder
Molecular Breeding 30 (2), 951-966, 2012
362012
Association of haplotype diversity in the α-amylase gene amy1 with malting quality parameters in barley
IE Matthies, S Weise, MS Röder
Molecular Breeding 23 (1), 139-152, 2009
332009
Meta-All: a system for managing metabolic pathway information
S Weise, I Grosse, C Klukas, D Koschützki, U Scholz, F Schreiber, ...
BMC Bioinformatics 7 (1), 465, 2006
282006
Association mapping and marker development of the candidate genes (1→ 3),(1→ 4)-β-d-Glucan-4-glucanohydrolase and (1→ 4)-β-Xylan-endohydrolase 1 for malting quality in barley
IE Matthies, S Weise, J Förster, MS Röder
Euphytica 170 (1), 109-122, 2009
16*2009
From plant genomes to phenotypes
M Bolger, R Schwacke, H Gundlach, T Schmutzer, J Chen, D Arend, ...
Journal of biotechnology 261, 46-52, 2017
132017
Specifications of Standards in Systems and Synthetic Biology
F Schreiber, GD Bader, M Golebiewski, M Hucka, B Kormeier, ...
Journal of Integrative Bioinformatics 12 (2), 258, 2015
132015
GBIS: the information system of the German Genebank
M Oppermann, S Weise, C Dittmann, H Knüpffer
Database 2015, bav021, 2015
132015
Development of SNP markers for genes of the phenylpropanoid pathway and their association to kernel and malting traits in barley
M Peukert, S Weise, MS Röder, IE Matthies
BMC Genetics 14 (1), 97, 2013
132013
Using data warehouse technology in crop plant bioinformatics
C Kuenne, I Grosse, I Matthies, U Scholz, T Sretenovic-Rajicic, N Stein, ...
Journal of Integrative Bioinformatics 4 (1), 88, 2007
122007
EURISCO: The European search catalogue for plant genetic resources
S Weise, M Oppermann, L Maggioni, T van Hintum, H Knüpffer
Nucleic Acids Research 45 (D1), 1003-1008, 2017
102017
MetaBrew: a comprehensive database of malting quality traits in brewing barley
S Weise, U Scholz, MS Röder, IE Matthies
Barley Genetics Newsletter 39 (1), 4, 2009
102009
Information retrieval in life sciences: a programmatic survey
M Lange, R Henkel, W Müller, D Waltemath, S Weise
Approaches in Integrative Bioinformatics, 73-109, 2014
72014
Nitrogen-metabolism related genes in barley - haplotype diversity, linkage mapping and associations with malting and kernel quality parameters
IE Matthies, S Weise, J Förster, V Korzun, N Stein, MS Röder
BMC Genetics 14 (1), 77, 2013
72013
Sequence variation in the barley genes encoding sucrose synthase I and sucrose phosphate synthase II, and its association with variation in grain traits and malting quality
IE Matthies, S Sharma, S Weise, MS Röder
Euphytica 184 (1), 73-83, 2012
72012
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