Jochen Kumlehn
Jochen Kumlehn
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HIGS: host-induced gene silencing in the obligate biotrophic fungal pathogen Blumeria graminis
D Nowara, A Gay, C Lacomme, J Shaw, C Ridout, D Douchkov, G Hensel, ...
The Plant Cell 22 (9), 3130-3141, 2010
The eukaryotic translation initiation factor 4E confers multiallelic recessive Bymovirus resistance in Hordeum vulgare (L.)
N Stein, D Perovic, J Kumlehn, B Pellio, S Stracke, S Streng, F Ordon, ...
The Plant Journal 42 (6), 912-922, 2005
Genetic transformation of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) via infection of androgenetic pollen cultures with Agrobacterium tumefaciens
J Kumlehn, L Serazetdinova, G Hensel, D Becker, H Loerz
Plant Biotechnology Journal 4 (2), 251-261, 2006
Uniparental chromosome elimination at mitosis and interphase in wheat and pearl millet crosses involves micronucleus formation, progressive heterochromatinization, and DNA …
D Gernand, T Rutten, A Varshney, M Rubtsova, S Prodanovic, C Brüß, ...
The Plant Cell 17 (9), 2431-2438, 2005
A set of modular binary vectors for transformation of cereals
A Himmelbach, U Zierold, G Hensel, J Riechen, D Douchkov, ...
Plant physiology 145 (4), 1192-1200, 2007
Apomictic and sexual ovules of Boechera display heterochronic global gene expression patterns
TF Sharbel, ML Voigt, JM Corral, G Galla, J Kumlehn, C Klukas, ...
The Plant Cell 22 (3), 655-671, 2010
Efficient generation of transgenic barley: the way forward to modulate plant–microbe interactions
G Hensel, V Valkov, J Middlefell-Williams, J Kumlehn
Journal of plant physiology 165 (1), 71-82, 2008
Agrobacterium-mediated gene transfer to cereal crop plants: current protocols for barley, wheat, triticale, and maize
G Hensel, C Kastner, S Oleszczuk, J Riechen, J Kumlehn
International Journal of Plant Genomics 2009, 2009
Evolution of the grain dispersal system in barley
M Pourkheirandish, G Hensel, B Kilian, N Senthil, G Chen, M Sameri, ...
Cell 162 (3), 527-539, 2015
Stable expression of a defense-related gene in wheat epidermis under transcriptional control of a novel promoter confers pathogen resistance
F Altpeter, A Varshney, O Abderhalden, D Douchkov, C Sautter, ...
Plant molecular biology 57 (2), 271-283, 2005
Increasing sucrose uptake capacity of wheat grains stimulates storage protein synthesis
N Weichert, I Saalbach, H Weichert, S Kohl, A Erban, J Kopka, B Hause, ...
Plant Physiology 152 (2), 698-710, 2010
Differentiation of isolated wheat zygotes into embryos and normal plants
J Kumlehn, H Lörz, E Kranz
Planta 205 (3), 327-333, 1998
A maize cystatin suppresses host immunity by inhibiting apoplastic cysteine proteases
K van der Linde, C Hemetsberger, C Kastner, F Kaschani, ...
The Plant Cell 24 (3), 1285-1300, 2012
A barley ROP GTPase ACTIVATING PROTEIN associates with microtubules and regulates entry of the barley powdery mildew fungus into leaf epidermal cells
C Hoefle, C Huesmann, H Schultheiss, F Börnke, G Hensel, J Kumlehn, ...
The Plant Cell 23 (6), 2422-2439, 2011
True-breeding targeted gene knock-out in barley using designer TALE-nuclease in haploid cells
M Gurushidze, G Hensel, S Hiekel, S Schedel, V Valkov, J Kumlehn
PloS one 9 (3), e92046, 2014
Systemic virus‐induced gene silencing allows functional characterization of maize genes during biotrophic interaction with Ustilago maydis
K van der Linde, C Kastner, J Kumlehn, R Kahmann, G Doehlemann
New Phytologist 189 (2), 471-483, 2011
Molecular signatures of apomictic and sexual ovules in the Boechera holboellii complex
TF Sharbel, ML Voigt, JM Corral, T Thiel, A Varshney, J Kumlehn, H Vogel, ...
The Plant Journal 58 (5), 870-882, 2009
BAX INHIBITOR-1 is required for full susceptibility of barley to powdery mildew
R Eichmann, M Bischof, C Weis, J Shaw, C Lacomme, P Schweizer, ...
Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 23 (9), 1217-1227, 2010
Promoters of the barley germin-like GER4 gene cluster enable strong transgene expression in response to pathogen attack
A Himmelbach, L Liu, U Zierold, L Altschmied, H Maucher, F Beier, ...
The Plant Cell 22 (3), 937-952, 2010
Ectopic expression of constitutively activated RACB in barley enhances susceptibility to powdery mildew and abiotic stress
H Schultheiss, G Hensel, J Imani, S Broeders, U Sonnewald, KH Kogel, ...
Plant physiology 139 (1), 353-362, 2005
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