Wieland Fricke
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Energy costs of salt tolerance in crop plants
R Munns, DA Day, W Fricke, M Watt, B Arsova, BJ Barkla, J Bose, CS Byrt, ...
New Phytologist 225 (3), 1072-1090, 2020
Rapid and tissue‐specific changes in ABA and in growth rate in response to salinity in barley leaves
W Fricke, G Akhiyarova, D Veselov, G Kudoyarova
Journal of experimental botany 55 (399), 1115-1123, 2004
The biophysics of leaf growth in salt-stressed barley. A study at the cell level
W Fricke, WS Peters
Plant Physiology 129 (1), 374-388, 2002
The short-term growth response to salt of the developing barley leaf
W Fricke, G Akhiyarova, W Wei, E Alexandersson, A Miller, PO Kjellbom, ...
Journal of Experimental Botany 57 (5), 1079-1095, 2006
Thellungiella halophila, a salt‐tolerant relative of Arabidopsis thaliana, possesses effective mechanisms to discriminate between potassium and sodium
V Volkov, B Wang, PJ Dominy, W Fricke, A Amtmann
Plant, Cell & Environment 27 (1), 1-14, 2004
Short‐term control of maize cell and root water permeability through plasma membrane aquaporin isoforms
C Hachez, D Veselov, Q Ye, H Reinhardt, T Knipfer, W Fricke, ...
Plant, cell & environment 35 (1), 185-198, 2012
Water uptake by seminal and adventitious roots in relation to whole-plant water flow in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.)
T Knipfer, W Fricke
Journal of experimental botany 62 (2), 717-733, 2011
Aquaporin-facilitated water uptake in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) roots
T Knipfer, M Besse, JL Verdeil, W Fricke
Journal of Experimental Botany 62 (12), 4115-4126, 2011
Concentrations of inorganic and organic solutes in extracts from individual epidermal, mesophyll and bundle-sheath cells of barley leaves
W Fricke, RA Leigh, A Deri Tomos
Planta 192, 310-316, 1994
Root pressure and a solute reflection coefficient close to unity exclude a purely apoplastic pathway of radial water transport in barley (Hordeum vulgare)
T Knipfer, W Fricke
New Phytologist 187 (1), 159-170, 2010
In planta function of compatible solute transporters of the AtProT family
S Lehmann, C Gumy, E Blatter, S Boeffel, W Fricke, D Rentsch
Journal of experimental botany 62 (2), 787-796, 2011
The intercellular distribution of vacuolar solutes in the epidermis and mesophyll of barley leaves changes in response to NaCl
W Fricke, RA Leigh, AD Tomos
Journal of Experimental Botany 47 (9), 1413-1426, 1996
Why do leaves and leaf cells of N-limited barley elongate at reduced rates?
W Fricke, AJS McDonald, L Mattson-Djos
Planta 202, 522-530, 1997
Developmental pattern of aquaporin expression in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) leaves
M Besse, T Knipfer, AJ Miller, JL Verdeil, TP Jahn, W Fricke
Journal of Experimental Botany 62 (12), 4127-4142, 2011
Microsampling and measurements of solutes in single cells
AD Tomos, P Hinde, P Richardson, J Pritchard, W Fricke
Plant cell biology–a practical approach. IRL Press, Oxford, 297-314, 1994
Potassium channels in barley: cloning, functional characterization and expression analyses in relation to leaf growth and development
A Boscari, M Clement, V Volkov, D Golldack, J Hybiak, AJ Miller, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment 32 (12), 1761-1777, 2009
Cuticular wax deposition in growing barley (Hordeum vulgare) leaves commences in relation to the point of emergence of epidermal cells from the sheaths of older …
A Richardson, R Franke, G Kerstiens, M Jarvis, L Schreiber, W Fricke
Planta 222, 472-483, 2005
Exogenous application of abscisic acid (ABA) increases root and cell hydraulic conductivity and abundance of some aquaporin isoforms in the ABA-deficient barley mutant Az34
G Sharipova, D Veselov, G Kudoyarova, W Fricke, IC Dodd, M Katsuhara, ...
Annals of botany 118 (4), 777-785, 2016
Aquaporins and root water uptake
GA Gambetta, T Knipfer, W Fricke, AJ McElrone
Plant aquaporins: from transport to signaling, 133-153, 2017
Salinity and the growth of non-halophytic grass leaves: the role of mineral nutrient distribution
Y Hu, W Fricke, U Schmidhalter
Functional Plant Biology 32 (11), 973-985, 2005
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