Heinz Rennenberg
Heinz Rennenberg
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Glutathione: biosynthesis, metabolism and relationship to stress tolerance explored in transformed plants
G Noctor, ACM Arisi, L Jouanin, KJ Kunert, H Rennenberg, CH Foyer
Journal of Experimental Botany 49 (321), 623-647, 1998
7511998
A 3‐year continuous record on the influence of daytime, season, and fertilizer treatment on methane emission rates from an Italian rice paddy
H Schütz, A Holzapfel‐Pschorn, R Conrad, H Rennenberg, W Seiler
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 94 (D13), 16405-16416, 1989
7071989
Glutathione metabolism and possible biological roles in higher plants
H Rennenberg
Phytochemistry 21 (12), 2771-2781, 1980
5141980
The fate of excess sulfur in higher plants
H Rennenberg
Annual Review of Plant Physiology 35 (1), 121-153, 1984
4861984
Potential risks for European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) in a changing climate
A Geßler, C Keitel, J Kreuzwieser, R Matyssek, W Seiler, H Rennenberg
Trees 21 (1), 1-11, 2007
3992007
Characterization of Root Exudates at Different Growth Stages of Ten Rice (Oryza sativa L.) Cultivars
MS Aulakh, R Wassmann, C Bueno, J Kreuzwieser, H Rennenberg
Plant biology 3 (2), 139-148, 2001
3652001
Physiological responses of forest trees to heat and drought
H Rennenberg, F Loreto, A Polle, F Brilli, S Fares, RS Beniwal, A Gessler
Plant Biology 8 (5), 556-571, 2006
3512006
Control of sulphate assimilation and glutathione synthesis: interaction with N and C metabolism
S Kopriva, H Rennenberg
Journal of experimental botany 55 (404), 1831-1842, 2004
3352004
S-methylmethionine plays a major role in phloem sulfur transport and is synthesized by a novel type of methyltransferase
F Bourgis, S Roje, ML Nuccio, DB Fisher, MC Tarczynski, C Li, ...
The Plant Cell 11 (8), 1485-1497, 1999
3171999
Field and laboratory experiments on net uptake of nitrate and ammonium by the roots of spruce (Picea abies) and beech (Fagus sylvatica) trees
A Gessler, S Schneider, D Von Sengbusch, P Weber, U Hanemann, ...
The New Phytologist 138 (2), 275-285, 1998
2681998
Role of plants in regulating the methane flux to the atmosphere
H SCHUTZ
Trace Gas Emission by Plants, 29-63, 1991
2511991
Diurnal changes in the glutathione content of spruce needles (Picea abies L.)
R Schupp, H Rennenberg
Plant Science 57 (2), 113-117, 1988
2511988
Impact of gas transport through rice cultivars on methane emission from rice paddy fields
K Butterbach‐Bahl, H Papen, H Rennenberg
Plant, Cell & Environment 20 (9), 1175-1183, 1997
2421997
Synthesis of glutathione in leaves of transgenic poplar overexpressing [gamma]-glutamylcysteine synthetase
G Noctor, M Strohm, L Jouanin, KJ Kunert, CH Foyer, H Rennenberg
Plant Physiology 112 (3), 1071-1078, 1996
2341996
Nitrogen balance in forest soils: nutritional limitation of plants under climate change stresses
H Rennenberg, M Dannenmann, A Gessler, J Kreuzwieser, J Simon, ...
Plant Biology 11, 4-23, 2009
2242009
Phytoremediation: molecular biology, requirements for application, environmental protection, public attention and feasibility
AD Peuke, H Rennenberg
EMBO reports 6 (6), 497-501, 2005
2232005
Regulation of glutathione synthesis in leaves of transgenic poplar (Populus tremula X P. alba) overexpressing glutathione synthetase
M Strohm, L Jouanin, KJ Kunert, C Pruvost, A Polle, CH Foyer, ...
The Plant Journal 7 (1), 141-145, 1995
2221995
Heterotrophic nitrification by Alcaligenes faecalis: NO2-, NO3-, N2O, and NO production in exponentially growing cultures.
H Papen, R Von Berg, I Hinkel, B Thoene, H Rennenberg
Applied and environmental microbiology 55 (8), 2068-2072, 1989
2181989
Differential response of gray poplar leaves and roots underpins stress adaptation during hypoxia
J Kreuzwieser, J Hauberg, KA Howell, A Carroll, H Rennenberg, AH Millar, ...
Plant physiology 149 (1), 461-473, 2009
2132009
Methane emission from rice paddies and possible mitigation strategies
R Wassmann, H Papen, H Rennenberg
Chemosphere 26 (1-4), 201-217, 1993
2081993
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