Wilco Ligterink
Wilco Ligterink
Assistant professor Laboratory of Plant Physiology
Verified email at keygene.com
TitleCited byYear
Stress signaling in plants: a mitogen-activated protein kinase pathway is activated by cold and drought
C Jonak, S Kiegerl, W Ligterink, PJ Barker, NS Huskisson, H Hirt
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 93 (20), 11274-11279, 1996
5441996
Receptor-mediated activation of a MAP kinase in pathogen defense of plants
W Ligterink, T Kroj, U zur Nieden, H Hirt, D Scheel
Science 276 (5321), 2054-2057, 1997
4341997
Wounding induces the rapid and transient activation of a specific MAP kinase pathway.
L Bogre, W Ligterink, I Meskiene, PJ Barker, E Heberle-Bors, ...
The Plant Cell 9 (1), 75-83, 1997
2431997
Distinct osmo‐sensing protein kinase pathways are involved in signalling moderate and severe hyper‐osmotic stress
T Munnik, W Ligterink, I Meskiene, O Calderini, J Beyerly, A Musgrave, ...
The Plant Journal 20 (4), 381-388, 1999
2021999
germinator: a software package for high‐throughput scoring and curve fitting of Arabidopsis seed germination
RVL Joosen, J Kodde, LAJ Willems, W Ligterink, LHW van der Plas, ...
The Plant Journal 62 (1), 148-159, 2010
1812010
Differential activation of four specific MAPK pathways by distinct elicitors
F Cardinale, C Jonak, W Ligterink, K Niehaus, T Boller, H Hirt
Journal of Biological Chemistry 275 (47), 36734-36740, 2000
1712000
Identification of reference genes for RT–qPCR expression analysis in Arabidopsis and tomato seeds
BJW Dekkers, L Willems, GW Bassel, RP van Bolderen-Veldkamp, ...
Plant and Cell Physiology 53 (1), 28-37, 2012
1662012
MAP kinases in plant signal transduction
C Jonak, W Ligterink, H Hirt
Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences CMLS 55 (2), 204-213, 1999
1311999
A Gα subunit controls zoospore motility and virulence in the potato late blight pathogen Phytophthora infestans
M Latijnhouwers, W Ligterink, VGAA Vleeshouwers, P Van West, ...
Molecular microbiology 51 (4), 925-936, 2004
1252004
Mitogen-activated protein (MAP) kinase pathways in plants: versatile signaling tools
W Ligterink, H Hirt
Academic Press 201, 209-275, 2001
1222001
Mechanosensors in plants
L Bögre, W Ligterink, E Heberle-Bors, H Hirt
Nature 383 (6600), 489, 1996
1171996
Learning from co-expression networks: possibilities and challenges
EAR Serin, H Nijveen, HWM Hilhorst, W Ligterink
Frontiers in plant science 7, 444, 2016
952016
Gene Expression Profiling During Asexual Development of the Late Blight Pathogen Phytophthora infestans Reveals a Highly Dynamic Transcriptome
HS Judelson, AMV Ah-Fong, G Aux, AO Avrova, C Bruce, C Cakir, ...
Molecular plant-microbe interactions 21 (4), 433-447, 2008
922008
The re-establishment of desiccation tolerance in germinated Arabidopsis thaliana seeds and its associated transcriptome
J Maia, BJW Dekkers, NJ Provart, W Ligterink, HWM Hilhorst
PloS one 6 (12), e29123, 2011
772011
Genetic architecture of plant stress resistance: multi‐trait genome‐wide association mapping
MPM Thoen, NH Davila Olivas, KJ Kloth, S Coolen, PP Huang, ...
New Phytologist 213 (3), 1346-1362, 2017
562017
Abscisic acid (ABA) sensitivity regulates desiccation tolerance in germinated A rabidopsis seeds
J Maia, BJW Dekkers, MJ Dolle, W Ligterink, HWM Hilhorst
New Phytologist 203 (1), 81-93, 2014
532014
Advances in genetical genomics of plants
RVL Joosen, W Ligterink, HWM Hilhorst, JJB Keurentjes
Current genomics 10 (8), 540-549, 2009
522009
A footprint of desiccation tolerance in the genome of Xerophyta viscosa
MCD Costa, MAS Artur, J Maia, E Jonkheer, MFL Derks, H Nijveen, ...
Nature plants 3 (4), 17038, 2017
492017
Acquisition and loss of desiccation tolerance in seeds: from experimental model to biological relevance
BJW Dekkers, MCD Costa, J Maia, L Bentsink, W Ligterink, HWM Hilhorst
Planta 241 (3), 563-577, 2015
492015
Visualizing the genetic landscape of Arabidopsis seed performance
RVL Joosen, D Arends, LAJ Willems, W Ligterink, RC Jansen, ...
Plant physiology 158 (2), 570-589, 2012
492012
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