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Plant Biology - 14 (1-2,suppl. 1), 2012

Plant Biology - 14 (1), 2012



Ecological aspects of plant selenium hyperaccumulation (pages 1–10)

A. F. El Mehdawi and E. A. H. Pilon-Smits


Evolution of the YABBY gene family with emphasis on the basal eudicot Eschscholzia californica (Papaveraceae) (pages 11–23)

C. Bartholmes, O. Hidalgo and S. Gleissberg

Expression characteristics of ARF1 and SAR1 during development and the de-etiolation process (pages 24–32)

B. Cevher Keskin, E. Yuca, Ö. Ertekin, B. Yüksel and A. R. Memon

Histochemical screening, metabolite profiling and expression analysis reveal Rosaceae roots as the site of flavan-3-ol biosynthesis (pages 33–40)

T. Hoffmann, R. Friedlhuber, C. Steinhauser, I. Tittel, K. Skowranek, W. Schwab and T. C. Fischer

Phosphatidylinositol 4-phosphate is associated to extracellular lipoproteic fractions and is detected in tomato apoplastic fluids (pages 41–49)

G. Gonorazky, A. M. Laxalt, H. L. Dekker, M. Rep, T. Munnik, C. Testerink and L. de la Canal

Different strategies of Lotus japonicus, L. corniculatus and L. tenuis to deal with complete submergence at seedling stage (pages 50–55)

G. G. Striker, R. F. Izaguirre, M. E. Manzur and A. A. Grimoldi

Analysis of the subcellular localisation of lipoxygenase in legume and actinorhizal nodules (pages 56–63)

K. Demchenko, A. Zdyb, I. Feussner and K. Pawlowski

Reactive oxygen species are involved in pollen tube initiation in kiwifruit (pages 64–76)

A. Speranza, R. Crinelli, V. Scoccianti and A. Geitmann

Interchangeable effects of gibberellic acid and temperature on embryo growth, seed germination and epicotyl emergence in Ribes multiflorum ssp. sandalioticum (Grossulariaceae) (pages 77–87)

E. Mattana, H. W. Pritchard, M. Porceddu, W. H. Stuppy and G. Bacchetta

Photosynthetic acclimation to light in woody and herbaceous species: a comparison of leaf structure, pigment content and chlorophyll fluorescence characteristics measured in the field (pages 88–99)

L. Hallik, Ü. Niinemets and O. Kull

Distinct modes of adventitious rooting in Arabidopsis thaliana (pages 100–109)

L. da Rocha Correa, J. Troleis, A. A. Mastroberti, J. E. A. Mariath and A. G. Fett-Neto

60Co-? radiation induces differential acetylation and phosphorylation of histones H3 and H4 in wheat (pages 110–117)

V. V. Raut and J. K. Sainis

Spatio-temporal heterogeneity in Arabidopsis thaliana leaves under drought stress (pages 118–128)

I. Sperdouli and M. Moustakas

Multivariate analyses of salt stress and metabolite sensing in auto- and heterotroph Chenopodium cell suspensions (pages 129–141)

C. Wongchai, A. Chaidee and W. Pfeiffer

No evidence for depletion of carbohydrate pools in Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) under drought stress (pages 142–148)

A. Gruber, D. Pirkebner, C. Florian and W. Oberhuber

Plastidic isoprenoid biosynthesis in tomato: physiological and molecular analysis in genotypes resistant and sensitive to drought stress (pages 149–156)

J. Loyola, I. Verdugo, E. González, J. A. Casaretto and S. Ruiz-Lara

Germination, survival and growth of three vascular plants on biological soil crusts from a Mexican tropical desert (pages 157–162)

H. Godínez-Alvarez, C. Morín and V. Rivera-Aguilar

Litter effects on seedling establishment interact with seed position and earthworm activity (pages 163–170)

T. W. Donath and R. L. Eckstein

Pollen:ovule ratio and its relationship with other floral traits in Papilionoideae (Leguminosae): an evaluation with Argentine species (pages 171–178)

A. V. Etcheverry, M. M. Alemán, T. Figueroa-Fleming, D. López-Spahr, C. A. Gómez, C. Yánez, D. M. Figueroa-Castro and P. Ortega-Baes

Prediction of flowering time in Brassica oleracea using a quantitative trait loci-based phenology model (pages 179–189)

R. Uptmoor, J. Li, T. Schrag and H. Stützel

Floral ontogeny of Ruteae (Rutaceae) and its systematic implications (pages 190–197)

L. Wei, Y.-Z. Wang and Z.-Y. Li

Aspects of reproductive ecology of Clusia valerioi Standl. and Clusia peninsulae Hammel (sp. nov.), two Central American species of Clusiaceae with resin flowers (pages 198–207)

H. Hochwallner, S. Vogel, W. Huber, B. E. Hammel and A. Weber

Phenotypic plasticity to light of two congeneric trees from contrasting habitats: Brazilian Atlantic Forest versus cerrado (savanna) (pages 208–215)

F. de V. Barros, M. F. Goulart, S. B. Sá Telles, M. B. Lovato, F. Valladares and J. P. de Lemos-Filho

Hormonal control of endoreduplication in sugar beet (Beta vulgaris L.) seedlings growing in vitro (pages 216–222)

E. Lukaszewska, R. Virden and E. Sliwinska

Meiotic abnormalities underlying pollen sterility in wild potato hybrids and spontaneous populations (pages 223–233)

F. H. Larrosa, J. F. Maune, L. E. Erazzú and E. L. Camadro

The development of pistillate and perfect florets in Xeranthemum squarrosum (Asteraceae) (pages 234–243)

M. R. Dadpour, S. Naghiloo and S. Faridi Neycharan


Identification of the abscisic acid receptor VvPYL1 in Vitis vinifera (pages 244–248)

G. Li, H. Xin, X. F. Zheng, S. Li and Z. Hu

Decreased structural defence of an invasive thistle under warming (pages 249–252)

R. Zhang, A. Leshak and K. Shea

Genome sizes for all genera of Cycadales (pages 253–256)

B. J. M. Zonneveld


Plant Biology - 14 (supplement 1), 2012


Plant-Pathogen Interactions

Unravelling intimacies between plants and their enemies (pages iii–iv)

Saskia C. M. van Wees

Review Article

Genomic advances will herald new insights into the Brassica: Leptosphaeria maculans pathosystem (pages 1–10)

A. Hayward, J. McLanders, E. Campbell, D. Edwards and J. Batley

Research Papers

Correlation of cytological and biochemical parameters with resistance and tolerance to Mycosphaerella graminicola in wheat (pages 11–21)

L. El Chartouni, B. Randoux, F. Duyme, D. Renard-Merlier, B. Tisserant, N. Bourdon, V. Pillon, J. Sanssené, R. Durand, Ph. Reignault and P. Halama

Polygalacturonase-inhibiting proteins – leucine-rich repeat proteins in plant defence (pages 22–30)

A. Maulik, A. I. Sarkar, S. Devi and S. Basu

Transgenic expression of polygalacturonase-inhibiting proteins in Arabidopsis and wheat increases resistance to the flower pathogen Fusarium graminearum (pages 31–38)

S. Ferrari, L. Sella, M. Janni, G. De Lorenzo, F. Favaron and R. D’Ovidio

Overexpression of arginase in Arabidopsis thaliana influences defence responses against Botrytis cinerea (pages 39–45)

S. Brauc, E. De Vooght, M. Claeys, J. M. C. Geuns, M. Höfte and G. Angenon

Malus hupehensis NPR1 induces pathogenesis-related protein gene expression in transgenic tobacco (pages 46–56)

J.-Y. Zhang, Y.-S. Qiao, D. Lv, Z.-H. Gao, S.-C. Qu and Z. Zhang

Manipulation of VOC emissions with methyl jasmonate and carrageenan in the evergreen conifer Pinus sylvestris and evergreen broadleaf Quercus ilex (pages 57–65)

G. Semiz, J. D. Blande, J. Heijari, K. Işik, Ü. Niinemets and J. K. Holopainen

Effects of phosphorus availability and genetic variation of leaf terpene content and emission rate in Pinus pinaster seedlings susceptible and resistant to the pine weevil, Hylobius abietis (pages 66–72)

J.-S. Blanch, L. Sampedro, J. Llusia, X. Moreira, R. Zas and J. Penuelas

Comparing systemic defence-related gene expression changes upon migratory and sedentary nematode attack in rice (pages 73–82)

T. Kyndt, K. Nahar, A. Haegeman, D. De Vleesschauwer, M. Höfte and G. Gheysen

Rhizobacteria modify plant–aphid interactions: a case of induced systemic susceptibility (pages 83–90)

A. Pineda, S. -J. Zheng, J. J. A. van Loon and M. Dicke

Plant Biology - 14 (2), 2012



Vegetative reproduction capacities of floodplain willows – cutting response to competition and biomass loss (pages 257–264)

A. Radtke, E. Mosner and I. Leyer

Physical connection decreases benefits of clonal integration in Alternanthera philoxeroides under three warming scenarios (pages 265–270)

J.-J. Li, P.-H. Peng and W.-M. He

Selecting predictors for discriminant analysis of species performance: an example from an amphibious softwater plant (pages 271–277)

F. Vanderhaeghe, A. J. P. Smolders, J. G. M. Roelofs and M. Hoffmann

Rapid floral senescence following male function and breeding systems of some tropical orchids (pages 278–284)

M. K. Huda and C. C. Wilcock

Neither protogynous nor obligatory out-crossed: pollination biology and breeding system of the European Red List Fritillaria meleagris L. (Liliaceae) (pages 285–294)

M. Zych and M. Stpiczyńska

Effect of temperature on the progamic phase in high-mountain plants (pages 295–305)

G. Steinacher and J. Wagner

Why does needle photosynthesis decline with tree height in Norway spruce? (pages 306–314)

O. Räim, E. Kaurilind, L. Hallik and E. Merilo

Manipulation of monoubiquitin improves salt tolerance in transgenic tobacco (pages 315–324)

J. Zhang, Q. F. Guo, Y. N. Feng, F. Li, J. F. Gong, Z. Y. Fan and W. Wang

Vacuoles release sucrose via tonoplast-localised SUC4-type transporters (pages 325–336)

S. Schneider, S. Hulpke, A. Schulz, I. Yaron, J. Höll, A. Imlau, B. Schmitt, S. Batz, S. Wolf, R. Hedrich and N. Sauer

Abscisic acid-regulated responses of aba2-1 under osmotic stress: the abscisic acid-inducible antioxidant defence system and reactive oxygen species production (pages 337–346)

C. Ozfidan, I. Turkan, A. H. Sekmen and B. Seckin

Common and distinct responses in phytohormone and vitamin E changes during seed burial and dormancy in Xyris bialata and X. peregrina (pages 347–353)

Q. S. Garcia, V. T. Giorni, M. Müller and S. Munné-Bosch

The relative effect of citral on mitotic microtubules in wheat roots and BY2 cells (pages 354–364)

D. Chaimovitsh, O. Rogovoy (Stelmakh), O. Altshuler, E. Belausov, M. Abu-Abied, B. Rubin, E. Sadot and N. Dudai

Intron retention regulates the expression of pectin methyl esterase inhibitor (Pmei) genes during wheat growth and development (pages 365–373)

V. Rocchi, M. Janni, D. Bellincampi, T. Giardina and R. D’Ovidio

Differentiation of Populus species using chloroplast single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) markers – essential for comprehensible and reliable poplar breeding (pages 374–381)

H. Schroeder, A. M. Hoeltken and M. Fladung

Exclusive conservation of mitochondrial group II intron nad4i548 among liverworts and its use for phylogenetic studies in this ancient plant clade (pages 382–391)

U. Volkmar, M. Groth-Malonek, J. Heinrichs, H. Muhle, M. Polsakiewicz and V. Knoop


Silicon supply modifies C:N:P stoichiometry and growth of Phragmites australis (pages 392–396)

J. Schaller, C. Brackhage, M. O. Gessner, E. Bäuker and E. Gert Dudel


Referees of all Section Editors (pages 397–400)


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