Prof. Dr. Uwe Sonnewald



Project member

Bio-Objects and Bio-Subjects. Exploring the Interface of Science, Technology and Society
FAU own research funding: EFI / ETI / ...
(01/01/2012 - 31/12/2013)


Publications (Download BibTeX)
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Journal article
Hou J, Zhang H, Liu J, et al. (2017)
Amylases StAmy23, StBAM1 and StBAM9 regulate cold-induced sweetening of potato tubers in distinct ways
Journal of Experimental Botany

Journal article
Van Harsselaar J, Lorenz J, Senning M, et al. (2017)
Genome-wide analysis of starch metabolism genes in potato (Solanum tuberosum L.)
Bmc Genomics

Journal article
Niklaus L, Tansaz S, Dakhil H, et al. (2017)
Micropatterned Down-Converting Coating for White Bio-Hybrid Light-Emitting Diodes
Advanced Functional Materials

Journal article
Zhang H, Sonnewald U (2017)
Differences and commonalities of plant responses to single and combined stresses
Plant Journal

Journal article
Pröschel M, Kraner M, Horn A, et al. (2017)
Probing the potential of CnaB-type domains for the design of tag/catcher systems
PLoS ONE

Journal article
Kraner M, Link K, Melzer M, et al. (2016)
Choline transporter-like1 (CHER1) is crucial for plasmodesmata maturation in Arabidopsis thaliana
Plant Journal

Journal article
Niklaus L, Dakhil H, Kostrzewa M, et al. (2016)
Easy and versatile coating approach for long-living white hybrid light-emitting diodes
Materials Horizons

Journal article
Alter P, Bircheneder S, Zhou LZ, et al. (2016)
Flowering Time-Regulated Genes in Maize Include the Transcription Factor ZmMADS1
Plant Physiology

Journal article
Ludwig J, Ulm N, Pröschel M, et al. (2016)
CHARACTERIZATION OF THE SPYTAG - SPY-CATCHER INTERACTION
Journal of Peptide Science

Journal article
Ludewig F, Sonnewald U (2016)
Demand for food as driver for plant sink development
Journal of Plant Physiology

Conference contribution
Sonnewald S, Van Harsselaar J, Ott K, et al. (2015)
How potato plants take the heat?


Journal article
Prasch C, Ott K, Bauer H, et al. (2015)
beta-amylase1 mutant Arabidopsis plants show improved drought tolerance due to reduced starch breakdown in guard cells
Journal of Experimental Botany

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