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Luit J. De Kok
Luit J. De Kok
Former Associate Professor, University of Groningen
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Managing sulphur metabolism in plants
MJ Hawkesford, LJ De Kok
Plant, Cell & Cnvironment 29 (3), 382-395, 2006
3952006
Regulation of Sulfate Uptake and Expression of Sulfate Transporter Genes in Brassica oleracea as Affected by Atmospheric H2S and Pedospheric Sulfate Nutrition
P Buchner, CEE Stuiver, S Westerman, M Wirtz, R Hell, MJ Hawkesford, ...
Plant Physiology 136 (2), 3396-3408, 2004
2282004
Effect of copper on fatty acid composition and peroxidation of lipids in the roots of copper tolerant and sensitive Silene cucubalus
CHR de Vos, WM Ten Bookum, R Vooijs, H Schat, LJ De Kok
Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 31 (2), 151-158, 1993
1941993
Impact of elevated H2S on metabolite levels, activity of enzymes and expression of genes involved in cysteine metabolism
A Riemenschneider, V Nikiforova, R Hoefgen, LJ De Kok, J Papenbrock
Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 43 (5), 473-483, 2005
1512005
SULFUR METABOL18M IN PLANTS EXPOSED TO ATMOSPHERIC SULFUR
LJ De Kok
Higher plonts, 111, 1990
1461990
Regulation of Sulfur Nutrition in Wild-Type and Transgenic Poplar Over-Expressing γ-Glutamylcysteine Synthetase in the Cytosol as Affected by Atmospheric H2S
C Herschbach, E van der Zalm, A Schneider, L Jouanin, LJ De Kok, ...
Plant Physiology 124 (1), 461-474, 2000
1362000
Impact of gaseous nitrogen deposition on plant functioning
I Stulen, M Perez-Soba, LJ De Kok, L Van der Eerden
The New Phytologist 139 (1), 61-70, 1998
1251998
Sulfur
S Haneklaus, E Bloem, E Schnug, LJ De Kok, I Stulen
Handbook of Plant Nutrition, 183-238, 2007
104*2007
Growth and yield stimulation under elevated CO2 and drought: A meta-analysis on crops
CJ van der Kooi, M Reich, M Löw, LJ De Kok, M Tausz
Environmental and Experimental Botany 122, 150-157, 2016
1022016
Sulphate induced accumulation of glutathione and frost‐tolerance of spinach leaf tissue
LJ de Kok, PJL de Kan, OG Tánczos, PJC Kuiper
Physiologia plantarum 53 (4), 435-438, 1981
1011981
Levels of pigments, soluble proteins, amino acids and sulhydryl compounds in foliar tissue of Arabidopsis thaliana during dark-induced and natural senescence
LJ De Kok, M Graham
Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 27 (2), 203-209, 1989
1001989
Atmospheric H2S as sulphur source for Brassica oleracea: Consequences for the activity of the enzymes of the assimilatory sulphate reduction pathway
S Westerman, I Stulen, M Suter, C Brunold, LJ De Kok
Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 39 (5), 425-432, 2001
972001
Effects of frost‐hardening and salinity on glutathione and sulfhydryl levels and on glutathione reductase activity in spinach leaves
LJ de Kok, FA Oosterhuis
Physiologia plantarum 58 (1), 47-51, 1983
961983
Effect of short‐term dark incubation with sulfate, chloride and selenate on the glutathione content of spinach leaf discs
LJ de Kok, PJC Kuiper
Physiologia Plantarum 68 (3), 477-482, 1986
951986
Sulphur in Plant Physiology
LJ De Kok, A Castro, M Durenkamp, CEE Stuiver, S Westerman, L Yang, ...
The International Fertilizer Society - Proceedings 500, 1-26, 2002
922002
Uptake and metabolism of sulphur dioxide by Arabidopsis thaliana
TAW Van der Kooij, LJ De Kok, S Haneklaus, E Schnug
The New Phytologist 135 (1), 101-107, 1997
891997
Determination of cysteine and its accumulation in spinach leaf tissue upon exposure to excess sulfur
LJ De Kok, F Buwalda, W Bosma
Journal of Plant Physiology 133 (4), 502-505, 1988
821988
Impact of pedospheric and atmospheric sulphur nutrition on sulphur metabolism of Allium cepa L., a species with a potential sink capacity for secondary sulphur compounds
M Durenkamp, LJ De Kok
Journal of Experimental Botany 55 (404), 1821-1830, 2004
792004
Significance of Glutathione to Plant Adaptation to the Environment
D Grill, M Tausz, LJ De Kok
Springer, 2001
78*2001
Role of glutathione in plants under oxidative stress
LJ De Kok, I Stulen
Sulfur Nutrition and Assimilation in Higher Plants, 125-138, 1993
781993
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