Weitere Publikationen sind hier aufgeführt:

Floerl, Saskia; Majcherczyk, Andrzej; Possienke, Mareike; Feussner, Kirstin; Tappe, Hella; Gatz, Christiane; Feussner, Ivo; Kües, Ursula; Polle, Andrea. (2012). Verticillium longisporum Infection Affects the Leaf Apoplastic Proteome, Metabolome, and Cell Wall Properties in Arabidopsis thaliana. PloS one. 7. e31435. 10.1371/journal.pone.0031435.

Verticillium longisporum (VL) is one of the most devastating diseases in important oil crops from the family of Brassicaceae. The fungus resides for much time of its life cycle in the extracellular fluid of the vascular system, where it cannot be controlled by conventional fungicides. To obtain insights into the biology of VL-plant interaction in the apoplast, the secretome consisting of the extracellular proteome and metabolome as well as cell wall properties were studied in the model Brassicaceae, Arabidopsis thaliana. VL infection resulted in increased production of cell wall material with an altered composition of carbohydrate polymers and increased lignification. The abundance of several hundred soluble metabolites changed in the apoplast of VL-infected plants including signalling and defence compounds such as glycosides of salicylic acid, lignans and dihydroxybenzoic acid as well as oxylipins. The extracellular proteome of healthy leaves was enriched in antifungal proteins. VL caused specific increases in six apoplast proteins (three peroxidases PRX52, PRX34, P37, serine carboxypeptidase SCPL20, α-galactosidase AGAL2 and a germin-like protein GLP3), which have functions in defence and cell wall modification. The abundance of a lectin-like, chitin-inducible protein (CILLP) was reduced. Since the transcript levels of most of the induced proteins were not elevated until late infection time points (>20 dpi), whereas those of CILLP and GLP3 were reduced at earlier time points, our results may suggest that VL enhances its virulence by rapid down-regulation and delay of induction of plant defence genes.

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Kaever, Alexander & Landesfeind, Manuel & Possienke, Mareike & Feussner, Kirstin & Feussner, Ivo & Meinicke, Peter. (2012). MarVis-Filter: Ranking, Filtering, Adduct and Isotope Correction of Mass Spectrometry Data. Journal of biomedicine & biotechnology. 2012. 263910. 10.1155/2012/263910.

Statistical ranking, filtering, adduct detection, isotope correction, and molecular formula calculation are essential tasks in processing mass spectrometry data in metabolomics studies. In order to obtain high-quality data sets, a framework which incorporates all these methods is required. We present the MarVis-Filter software, which provides well-established and specialized methods for processing mass spectrometry data. For the task of ranking and filtering multivariate intensity profiles, MarVis-Filter provides the ANOVA and Kruskal-Wallis tests with adjustment for multiple hypothesis testing. Adduct and isotope correction are based on a novel algorithm which takes the similarity of intensity profiles into account and allows user-defined ionization rules. The molecular formula calculation utilizes the results of the adduct and isotope correction. For a comprehensive analysis, MarVis-Filter provides an interactive interface to combine data sets deriving from positive and negative ionization mode. The software is exemplarily applied in a metabolic case study, where octadecanoids could be identified as markers for wounding in plants.

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Flügel, Hans-Joachim. (2017). Blütenbesuche von Pinselkäfern (Trichius-Arten, Coleoptera: Scarabidae) und ihre Verbreitung in Hessen.. Philippia. 17. 143-166.

Aus Deutschland sind aktuell drei Arten aus der Pinselkäfergattung Trichius nachgewiesen. Neben einer nahezu vollständigen Darstellung der Nachweise dieser drei Arten aus Hessen sowie einiger weiterer Fundmeldungen des Autors aus dem übrigen Europa werden weiterhin alle ihm bekannt gewordenen Blütenbesuche dieser drei Pinselkäferarten aufgeführt und ausgewertet.

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Eine Abbildung der Acker-Kratzdistel ist enthalten in der Publikation

Berger, Gert & Pfeffer, Holger (2011): Naturschutzbrachen im Ackerbau - Anlage und optimierte Bewirtschaftung kleinflächiger Lebensräume für die biologische Vielfalt - Praxishandbuch -. Natur & Text, Rangsdorf: 160 S., ISBN 978-3-942062-03-9