Joerg-Peter Schnitzler
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Abiotic stresses and induced BVOCs
F Loreto, JP Schnitzler
Trends in Plant Science 15 (3), 154-166, 2010
7042010
Practical approaches to plant volatile analysis
D Tholl, W Boland, A Hansel, F Loreto, USR Röse, JP Schnitzler
The plant journal 45 (4), 540-560, 2006
5352006
Tissue localization of phenolic compounds in plants by confocal laser scanning microscopy
P Hutzler, R Fischbach, W Heller, TP Jungblut, S Reuber, R Schmitz, ...
Journal of Experimental Botany 49 (323), 953-965, 1998
3951998
Biogenic volatile emissions from the soil
J Peñuelas, D Asensio, D Tholl, K Wenke, M Rosenkranz, B Piechulla, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment, 2014
2312014
Transgenic, non‐isoprene emitting poplars don’t like it hot
K Behnke, B Ehlting, M Teuber, M Bauerfeind, S Louis, R Hänsch, A Polle, ...
The Plant Journal 51 (3), 485-499, 2007
2252007
Tissue localization of UV‐B‐screening pigments and of chalcone synthase mRNA in needles of Scots pine seedlings
JP Schnitzler, TP Jungblut, W Heller, M Köfferlein, P Hutzler, ...
New Phytologist 132 (2), 247-258, 1996
2241996
Determination of de novo and pool emissions of terpenes from four common boreal/alpine trees by 13CO2 labelling and PTR‐MS analysis
A Ghirardo, K Koch, R Taipale, I Zimmer, JP Schnitzler, J Rinne
Plant, Cell & Environment 33 (5), 781-792, 2010
1652010
Monoterpene emission and monoterpene synthase activities in the Mediterranean evergreen oak Quercus ilex L. grown at elevated CO2 concentrations
F Loreto, RJ Fischbach, JP Schnitzler, P Ciccioli, E Brancaleoni, ...
Global Change Biology 7 (6), 709-717, 2001
1542001
Isoprene emission is not temperature‐dependent during and after severe drought‐stress: a physiological and biochemical analysis
A Fortunati, C Barta, F Brilli, M Centritto, I Zimmer, JP Schnitzler, F Loreto
The Plant Journal 55 (4), 687-697, 2008
1512008
Isoprene synthase activity and its relation to isoprene emission in Quercus robur L. leaves
A Lehning, I Zimmer, R Steinbrecher, N Brüggemann, JP Schnitzler
Plant, Cell & Environment 22 (5), 495-504, 1999
1501999
Biosynthesis of p-hydroxybenzoic acid in elicitor-treated carrot cell cultures
JP Schnitzler, J Madlung, A Rose, HU Seitz
Planta 188 (4), 594-600, 1992
1341992
Isoprene interferes with the attraction of bodyguards by herbaceous plants
M Loivamäki, R Mumm, M Dicke, JP Schnitzler
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (45), 17430-17435, 2008
1332008
Diurnal and seasonal variation of isoprene biosynthesis-related genes in grey poplar leaves
S Mayrhofer, M Teuber, I Zimmer, S Louis, RJ Fischbach, JP Schnitzler
Plant Physiology 139 (1), 474-484, 2005
1322005
Contribution of different carbon sources to isoprene biosynthesis in poplar leaves
JP Schnitzler, M Graus, J Kreuzwieser, U Heizmann, H Rennenberg, ...
Plant Physiology 135 (1), 152-160, 2004
1312004
Plant volatiles and the environment
F Loreto, M Dicke, JP Schnitzler, TCJ Turlings
Plant, Cell & Environment, 2014
1282014
Process-based modelling of isoprene emission by oak leaves
W Zimmer, N Brüggemann, S Emeis, C Giersch, A Lehning, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment 23, 585-595, 2000
1272000
Pathway analysis of the transcriptome and metabolome of salt sensitive and tolerant poplar species reveals evolutionary adaption of stress tolerance mechanisms
D Janz, K Behnke, JP Schnitzler, B Kanawati, P Schmitt-Kopplin, A Polle
BMC Plant Biology 10 (1), 150, 2010
1192010
Volatile signalling by sesquiterpenes from ectomycorrhizal fungi reprogrammes root architecture
FA Ditengou, A Müller, M Rosenkranz, J Felten, H Lasok, MM van Doorn, ...
Nature Communications 6, 2015
1172015
Biochemical properties of isoprene synthase in poplar (Populus × canescens)
JP Schnitzler, I Zimmer, A Bachl, M Arend, J Fromm, RJ Fischbach
Planta 222 (5), 777-786, 2005
1172005
Volatile profiles of fungi-chemotyping of species and ecological functions
A Mueller, P Faubert, M Hagen, W Zu Castell, A Polle, JP Schnitzler, ...
FUNGAL GENETICS AND BIOLOGY 54 (1), 25-33, 2013
1142013
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