TRR 175 The Green Hub - Central Coordinator of Acclimation in Plants
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01.02.2017

Teubner M, Fuß J, Kühn K, Krause K, Schmitz-Linneweber C (2017) The RNA recognition motif protein CP33A is a global ligand of chloroplast mRNAs and is essential for plastid biogenesis and plant development. Plant J. 89(3):472-485.

Thormählen I, Zupok A, Rescher J, Leger J, Weissenberger S, Groysman J, Orwat A, Chatel-Innocenti G, Issakidis-Bourguet E, Armbruster U, Geigenberger P (2017) Thioredoxins play a crucial role in dynamic acclimation of photosynthesis in fluctuating light. Mol Plant. 10(1):168-182.

Sjuts I, Soll J, Bölter B (2017) Import of soluble proteins into chloroplasts and potential regulatory mechanisms Front Plant Sci. 8:168.

Geigenberger P, Thormählen I, Daloso DM, Fernie AR (2017) The unprecedented versatility of the plant‎ thioredoxin system. Trends Plant Sci. 22(3):249-262.

Leister D, Wang L, Kleine T (2017) Organellar Gene Expression and Acclimation of Plants to Environmental Stress Front Plant Sci. 8:387

Ojeda V, Pérez-Ruiz JM, González MC, Nájera VA, Sahrawy M, Serrato AJ, Geigenberger P, Cejudo FJ (2017) NADPH thioredoxin reductase C and thioredoxins act concertedly in seedling development. Plant Physiol. 174(3):1436-1448

Bölter B, Soll J. Ycf1/Tic214 (2016) Is Not Essential for the Accumulation of Plastid Proteins. Mol Plant. 10(1):219-221

Bohne AV, Nickelsen J. (2016) Metabolic control of chloroplast gene expression – an emerging theme. Mol Plant. 10(1):1-3

Legen J, Schmitz-Linneweber C. (2017) Stable Membrane-Association of mRNAs in Etiolated, Greening and Mature Plastids. Int J. Mol. Sci. 18(9):pii: E1881.