Browsing by Author Backhausen, JE

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2000Activation properties of the redox-modulated chloroplast enzymes glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate dehydrogenase and fructose-1,6-bisphosphataseReichert, A; Baalmann, E; Vetter, S; Backhausen, JE; Scheibe, R 
1999Adaptation of tobacco plants to elevated CO2: influence of leaf age on changes in physiology, redox states and NADP-malate dehydrogenase activityBackhausen, JE; Scheibe, R 
1996C-terminal truncation of spinach chloroplast NAD(P)-dependent glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase prevents inactivation and reaggregationScheibe, R ; Baalmann, E; Backhausen, JE; Rak, C; Vetter, S
1997Competitive inhibition of spinach leaf phosphoglucose isomerase isoenzymes by erythrose 4-phosphateBackhausen, JE; Jostingmeyer, P; Scheibe, R 
2003Decreased content of leaf ferredoxin changes electron distribution and limits photosynthesis in transgenic potato plantsHoltgrefe, S; Bader, KP; Horton, P; Scheibe, R ; von Schaewen, A; Backhausen, JE
2000Electron acceptors in isolated intact spinach chloroplasts act hierarchically to prevent over-reduction and competition for electronsBackhausen, JE; Kitzmann, C; Horton, P; Scheibe, R 
1998Flux control of the malate valve in leaf cellsFridlyand, LE; Backhausen, JE; Scheibe, R 
2005Heterologous expression of enterocin A, a bacteriocin from Enterococcus faecium, fused to a cellulose-binding domain in Escherichia coli results in a functional protein with inhibitory activity against ListeriaKlocke, M; Mundt, K; Idler, F; Jung, S; Backhausen, JE
1999Homeostatic regulation upon changes of enzyme activities in the Calvin cycle as an example for general mechanisms of flux control. What can we expect from transgenic plants?Fridlyand, LE; Backhausen, JE; Scheibe, R 
1998NAD-dependent malate dehydrogenase and glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate dehydrogenase isoenzymes play an important role in dark metabolism of various plastid typesBackhausen, JE; Vetter, S; Baalmann, E; Kitzmann, C; Scheibe, R 
1997Quantitative evaluation of the rate of 3-phosphoglycerate reduction in chloroplastsFridlyand, LE; Backhausen, JE; Holtgrefe, S; Kitzmann, C; Scheibe, R 
1995Reductive modification and nonreductive activation of purified spinach chloroplast NADP-dependent glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenaseBaalmann, E; Backhausen, JE; Rak, C; Vetter, S; Scheibe, R 
1997Regulation of steady-state photosynthesis in isolated intact chloroplasts under constant light: Responses of carbon fluxes, metabolite pools and enzyme-activation states to changes of electron pressureHolfgrefe, S; Backhausen, JE; Kitzmann, C; Scheibe, R 
2005Salt tolerance of potato (Solanum tuberosum L. var. Desire'e) plants depends on light intensity and air humidityBackhausen, JE; Klein, M; Klocke, M; Jung, S; Scheibe, R 
2005Strategies to maintain redox homeostasis during photosynthesis under changing conditionsScheibe, R ; Backhausen, JE; Emmerlich, V; Holtgrefe, S
1998Transgenic potato plants with altered expression levels of chloroplast NADP-malate dehydrogenase: interactions between photosynthetic electron transport and malate metabolism in leaves and in isolated intact chloroplastsBackhausen, JE; Emmerlich, A; Holtgrefe, S; Horton, P; Nast, G; Rogers, JJM; Muller-Rober, B; Scheibe, R 
1997Transgenic tobacco plants expressing pea chloroplast Nmdh cDNA in sense and antisense orientation - Effects on NADP-malate dehydrogenase level, stability of transformants, and plant growthFaske, M; Backhausen, JE; Sendker, M; SingerBayrle, M; Scheibe, R ; vonSchaewen, A