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  1. Berberich, Th. and J. Feierabend: The onset of 70S chloroplast ribosome formation is determined by an early heat-sensitive stage in the ontogeny of rye leaves. Plant Cell Physiol. 35, 907-916 (1994).
  2. Schmidt, M., I. Svendsen, and J. Feierabend: Analysis of the primary structure of the chloroplast isozyme of triosephosphate isomerase from rye leaves by protein and cDNA sequencing indicates a eukaryotic origin of its gene. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1261, 257-264 (1995).
  3. Kusano, T., Berberich, T., Harada, M., Suzuki, N. and Sugawara, K.: A maize DNA-binding factor with a bZIP motif is induced by low-temperature. Mol. Gen. Genet. 248, 507-517 (1995)
  4. Berberich, T., Sugawara, K., Harada, M. and Kusano, T.: Molecular cloning, characterization and expression of an elongation factor 1 a gene in maize. Plant Mol. Biol. 29, 611-615 (1995)
  5. Feierabend, J. and Dehne, S.: Fate of the porphyrin cofactors during the light-dependent turnover of catalase and of the photosystem II reaction center protein D1 in mature rye leaves. Planta 198, 413-422 (1996).
  6. Schmitz, G., Schmidt, M. and Feierabend, J.: Characterization of a plastid-specific HSP90 homologue: Identification of a cDNA sequence, phylogenetic descendence and analysis of its mRNA and protein expression. Plant Mol. Biol. 30, 479-492 (1996).
  7. Streb, P. and Feierabend, J.: Oxidative stress responses accompanying photoinactivation of catalase in NaCl-treated rye leaves. Botan. Acta 109, 125-132 (1996).
  8. Feierabend, J., Streb, P., Schmidt, M., Dehne, S. and Shang, W.: Expression of catalase and its relation to light stress and stress tolerance. In: Physical Stresses in Plants. Genes and their Products for Tolerance. (Eds. S. Grillo & A. Leone), pp. 223-234, Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, 1996.
  9. Streb, P., Schaub, H. and Feierabend, J.: Latent oxidative stress responses of ozone-fumigated cucumber plants are enhanced by simultaneous cold exposures. Z. Naturforsch. 51c, 355-362 (1996).
  10. Schmitz, G., Schmidt, M. and Feierabend, J.: Comparison of the expression of a plastidic chaperonin 60 in different plant tissues and under photosynthetic and non-photosynthetic conditions. Planta 200, 326-334 (1996)
  11. Berberich, T. and Kusano, T.: Cycloheximide induces a subset of low temperature-inducible genes in maize. Mol. Gen. Genet. 254, 275-283 (1997).
  12. Streb, P., Tel-Or, E. and Feierabend, J.: Light stress effects and antioxidative protection in two desert plants. Funct. Ecol. 11, 416-424 (1997).
  13. Streb, P., Feierabend, J. and Bligny, R.: Resistance to photoinhibition of photosystem II and catalase and antioxidative protection in high mountain plants. Plant Cell Environ. 20, 1030-1040 (1997).
  14. Shang, W. and Feierabend, J.: Slow turnover of the D1 reaction center protein of photosystem II in leaves of high mountain plants. FEBS Lett. 425, 97-100 (1998)
  15. Jagtap, V., Bhargava, S., Streb, P. and Feierabend, J.: Comparative effect of water, heat, and light stresses on photosynthetic reactions in Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench. J. Exp. Bot. 49, 1715-1721 (1998)
  16. Berberich, Th., Uebeler, M. and Feierabend, J.: Cloning of a cDNA encoding a thioredoxin peroxidase homolog from winter rye (Accession no. AF076920). (PGR 98-167). Plant Physiol. 118, 711 (1998)
  17. Streb, P., Shang, W., Feierabend, J. and Bligny, R.: Divergent strategies of photoprotection in high-mountain plants. Planta 207, 313-324 (1998)
  18. Kusano, T., Sugawara, K., Harada, M. and Berberich, Th.: Molecular cloning and partial characterization of a tobacco cDNA encoding a small bZIP protein. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1395, 171-175 (1998)
  19. Berberich, Th., Harada, M., Sugawara, K., Kodama, H., Iba, K. and Kusano, T.: Two maize genes encoding w -3 fatty acid desaturase and their differential expression to temperature. Plant Mol. Biol. 36, 297-306 (1998)
  20. Shang W., Feierabend J.: Dependence of catalase photoinactivation in rye leaves on light intensity and quality and characterization of a chloroplast-mediated inactivation in red light. Photosynthesis Res. 59, 201-213 (1999)
  21. Berberich T., Sano H., Kusano T.: Involvement of a MAP kinase, ZmMPK5, in senescence and recovery from low-temperature stress in maize. Mol. Gen. Genet. 262, 534-542 (1999)
  22. Streb P., Shang W., and Feierabend, J.: Resistance of cold-hardened winter rye leaves (Secale cereale L.) to photo-oxidative stress. Plant, Cell Environ. 22, 1211-1223 (1999)
  23. Streb P., and Feierabend, J.: Significance of antioxidants and electron sinks for the cold-hardening-induced resistance of winter rye leaves to photo-oxidative stress. Plant Cell Environ. 22,1225-1237 (1999)
  24. Schmidt, M. and Feierabend, J.: Characterization of cDNA nucleotide sequences encoding two differentially expressed catalase isozyme polypeptides from winter rye (Secale cereale L.) (Acdession nos. Z54143, Z99634 and AJ251894). (PGR 00-032). Plant Physiol. 122, 1457 (2000)
  25. Schäfer, L. and Feierabend, J.: Photoinactivation and protection of glycolate oxidase in vitro and in leaves. Z. Naturforsch. 55c, 361-372 (2000)
  26. Ohba, H., Steward, N., Kawasaki, S., Berberich, T., Ikeda, Y., Koizumi, N., Kusano, T., Sano, H.: Diverse response of rice and maize genes encoding homologs of WPK4, an SNF1-related kinase from wheat, to light, nutrients, low temperature and cytokinins. Mol Gen Genet 263, 359-366 (2000)
  27. Berberich, T., Uebeler, M. and Feierabend, J.: cDNA cloning of cytoplasmic ribosomal protein S7 of winter rye (Secale cereale) and its expression in low-temperature treated leaves. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 1492 276-279 (2000)
  28. Schmidt, M., Dehne, S. and Feierabend, J.: Regulation of catalase synthesis during its light-induced turnover in leaves. PS 2001 Proceedings: 12th International Congress on Photosynthesis. CSIRO Publishing: Melbourne, Australia 2001, Available at: http://www.publish.csiro.au/2001
  29. Yang, S.H., Berberich, T., Sano, H. and Kusano, T.: Specific association of transcripts of tbzF and tbz17, tobacco genes encoding bZIP-type transcriptional activators, with guard cells of senescing leaves and/or flowers. Plant Physiol. 127, 23-32 (2001)
  30. Schmidt, M., Dehne, S. and Feierabend, J.: Posttrancriptional mechanisms control catalase synthesis during its light-induced turnover in rye leaves through the availability of the hemin cofactor and reversible changes of the translation efficiency of the mRNA. Plant J. 31 (5), 601- 613 (2002)
  31. Shang, W., Schmidt, M. and Feierabend, J.: Increased capacity for synthesis of the D1 protein and of catalase at low temperature in leaves of cold-hardened winter rye (Secale cereale L.) Planta, 216 (5), 865-873 (2003)
  32. Crecelius, F., Streb, P. and Feierabend, J.: Malate metabolism and reactions of oxidoreduction in cold-hardened winter rye (Secale cereale L.) leaves J Exp Bot, 54 (384), 1075-1083 (2003)
  33. In,O., Berberich, Th., Romdhane, S. and Feierabend, J.: Changes in gene expression during dehardening of cold-hardened winter rye (Secale cereale L.) leaves and potential role of a peptide methionine sulfoxide reductase in cold-acclimation. Planta 220, 941-950 (2005)
  34. Feierabend, J.: Catalases in plants: molecular and functional properties and role in stress defence. In: Smirnoff, N. (ed.) Antioxidants and reactive oxygen species in plants. Blackwell Publ., Oxford, pp. 101-140 (2005)
  35. Engel, N., Schmidt, M., Lütz, C. and Feierabend, J.: Molecular identification, heterologous expression and properties of light-insensitive plant catalases. Plant Cell Envir, 29, 593-607 (2006)
  36. Schmidt, M., Grief, J. and Feierabend, J.:  Mode of translational activation of the Catalase (Cat1) mRNA of rye leaves (Secale cereale L.) and its control through blue light and reactive oxygen. Planta, 223, 835-846 (2006)

 

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