Elisabeth Truernit
Elisabeth Truernit
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TitleCited byYear
Cell-to-cell and long-distance trafficking of the green fluorescent protein in the phloem and symplastic unloading of the protein into sink tissues
A Imlau, E Truernit, N Sauer
The Plant Cell 11 (3), 309-322, 1999
5181999
The promoter of the Arabidopsis thaliana SUC2 sucrose-H+ symporter gene directs expression of β-glucuronidase to the phloem: evidence for phloem loading and unloading by SUC2
E Truernit, N Sauer
Planta 196 (3), 564-570, 1995
3491995
High-resolution whole-mount imaging of three-dimensional tissue organization and gene expression enables the study of phloem development and structure in Arabidopsis
E Truernit, H Bauby, B Dubreucq, O Grandjean, J Runions, J Barthélémy, ...
The Plant Cell 20 (6), 1494-1503, 2008
3112008
The sink-specific and stress-regulated Arabidopsis STP4 gene: enhanced expression of a gene encoding a monosaccharide transporter by wounding, elicitors, and pathogen challenge.
E Truernit, J Schmid, P Epple, J Illig, N Sauer
The Plant Cell 8 (12), 2169-2182, 1996
2201996
The AtSUC1 sucrose carrier may represent the osmotic driving force for anther dehiscence and pollen tube growth in Arabidopsis
R Stadler, E Truernit, M Gahrtz, N Sauer
The Plant Journal 19 (3), 269-278, 1999
1881999
AtSUC3, a gene encoding a new Arabidopsis sucrose transporter, is expressed in cells adjacent to the vascular tissue and in a carpel cell layer
S Meyer, M Melzer, E Truernit, C Hümmer, R Besenbeck, R Stadler, ...
The Plant Journal 24 (6), 869-882, 2000
1432000
A male gametophyte‐specific monosaccharide transporter in Arabidopsis
E Truernit, R Stadler, K Baier, N Sauer
The Plant Journal 17 (2), 191-201, 1999
1391999
A Map of KNAT Gene Expression in the Arabidopsis Root
E Truernit, KR Siemering, S Hodge, V Grbic, J Haseloff
Plant molecular biology 60 (1), 1-20, 2006
872006
A simple way to identify non-viable cells within living plant tissue using confocal microscopy
E Truernit, J Haseloff
Plant methods 4 (1), 15, 2008
802008
OCTOPUS, a polarly localised membrane-associated protein, regulates phloem differentiation entry in Arabidopsis thaliana
E Truernit, H Bauby, K Belcram, J Barthélémy, JC Palauqui
Development 139 (7), 1306-1315, 2012
732012
Sugar transport across the plasma membranes of higher plants
N Sauer, K Baier, M Gahrtz, R Stadler, J Stolz, E Truernit
Plant molecular biology 26 (5), 1671-1679, 1994
691994
AtSTP3, a green leaf‐specific, low affinity monosaccharide‐H+ symporter of Arabidopsis thaliana
M Büttner, E Truernit, K Baier, J Scholz‐Starke, M Sontheim, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment 23 (2), 175-184, 2000
652000
Protophloem Differentiation in Early Arabidopsis thaliana Development
H Bauby, F Divol, E Truernit, O Grandjean, JC Palauqui
Plant and cell physiology 48 (1), 97-109, 2007
592007
Plant physiology: the importance of sucrose transporters
E Truernit
Current Biology 11 (5), R169-R171, 2001
582001
Plastidial NAD-dependent malate dehydrogenase is critical for embryo development and heterotrophic metabolism in Arabidopsis
S Beeler, HC Liu, M Stadler, T Schreier, S Eicke, WL Lue, E Truernit, ...
Plant physiology 164 (3), 1175-1190, 2014
432014
Barthé lé my, J., and Palauqui, JC (2008). High-resolution whole-mount imaging of three-dimensional tissue organization and gene expression enables the study of Phloem …
E Truernit, H Bauby, B Dubreucq, O Grandjean, J Runions
Plant Cell 20, 1494-1503, 0
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Amino Acid Export in Developing Arabidopsis Seeds Depends on UmamiT Facilitators
B Müller, A Fastner, J Karmann, V Mansch, T Hoffmann, W Schwab, ...
Current Biology 25 (23), 3126-3131, 2015
282015
Arabidopsis thaliana outer ovule integument morphogenesis: ectopic expression of KNAT1 reveals a compensation mechanism
E Truernit, J Haseloff
BMC plant biology 8 (1), 35, 2008
272008
A role for KNAT class II genes in root development
E Truernit, J Haseloff
Plant signaling & behavior 2 (1), 10-12, 2007
242007
Phloem imaging
E Truernit
Journal of experimental botany 65 (7), 1681-1688, 2014
212014
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