Claus Wasternack mainly investigates Biochemistry, Jasmonic acid, Jasmonate, Signal transduction and Arabidopsis. Biochemistry is represented through his Mutant, Biosynthesis, Allene-oxide cyclase, Arabidopsis thaliana and Enzyme research. His Allene-oxide cyclase research includes elements of Vascular bundle and Oxylipin.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Botany, Hydroxylation, Hordeum vulgare, Nicotiana tabacum and Plant defense against herbivory in addition to Jasmonic acid. Claus Wasternack has researched Jasmonate in several fields, including Abscisic acid, Crosstalk, Cell biology, Coronatine and Cell wall. His Signal transduction research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Transcription, Gene expression, Gene, Metabolic pathway and Secondary metabolism.
Claus Wasternack mainly focuses on Biochemistry, Jasmonic acid, Jasmonate, Gene expression and Hordeum vulgare. His study involves Lipoxygenase, Biosynthesis, Mutant, Signal transduction and Allene-oxide cyclase, a branch of Biochemistry. His research integrates issues of Amino acid, Abscisic acid, Nicotiana tabacum and Solanaceae in his study of Jasmonic acid.
His Jasmonate research includes themes of Methyl jasmonate, Botany and Cell biology. He interconnects Plant physiology, Endogeny and Protein biosynthesis in the investigation of issues within Gene expression. His study looks at the relationship between Hordeum vulgare and topics such as Complementary DNA, which overlap with Molecular biology and Chloroplast.
Claus Wasternack mostly deals with Biochemistry, Jasmonate, Jasmonic acid, Biosynthesis and Signal transduction. Biochemistry is a component of his Gene, Mutant, Arabidopsis, Arabidopsis thaliana and Crosstalk studies. His research in Jasmonate intersects with topics in Transcription factor and Pharmacology.
His Jasmonic acid study combines topics in areas such as Desiccation, Plant Immunity, Shoot and Germination. The concepts of his Biosynthesis study are interwoven with issues in Anthocyanin and Metabolism. His Signal transduction research incorporates themes from Transcription, Repressor and Metabolic pathway.
His main research concerns Biochemistry, Signal transduction, Jasmonate, Biosynthesis and Jasmonic acid. His research in Biochemistry is mostly focused on Repressor. His Signal transduction research focuses on Metabolic pathway and how it relates to Function, Oxylipin, Psychological repression and Lipid signaling.
Claus Wasternack combines subjects such as Transcription factor, Crosstalk, Primary metabolite and Anthocyanin with his study of Jasmonate. His Biosynthesis research is included under the broader classification of Enzyme. His studies in Jasmonic acid integrate themes in fields like Desiccation, Shoot, Botany and Germination.
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The lipoxygenase pathway.
Ivo Feussner;Claus Wasternack.
Plant Biology (2003)
(+)-7- iso -Jasmonoyl- L -isoleucine is the endogenous bioactive jasmonate
Sandra Fonseca;Andrea Chini;Mats Hamberg;Bruce Adie.
Nature Chemical Biology (2009)
The Outcomes of Concentration-Specific Interactions between Salicylate and Jasmonate Signaling Include Synergy, Antagonism, and Oxidative Stress Leading to Cell Death
Luis A.J. Mur;Paul Kenton;Rainer Atzorn;Otto Miersch.
Plant Physiology (2006)
Jasmonate-signalled plant gene expression
Claus Wasternack;Benno Parthier.
Trends in Plant Science (1997)
The Arabidopsis mutant cev1 links cell wall signaling to jasmonate and ethylene responses.
Christine Ellis;Ioannis Karafyllidis;Claus Wasternack;John G. Turner.
The Plant Cell (2002)
The wound response in tomato – Role of jasmonic acid
Claus Wasternack;Irene Stenzel;Bettina Hause;Gerd Hause.
Journal of Plant Physiology (2006)
Ethylene-mediated cross-talk between calcium-dependent protein kinase and MAPK signaling controls stress responses in plants
Andrea A. Ludwig;Hiromasa Saitoh;Georg Felix;Gerald Freymark.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2005)
Jasmonate biosynthesis and the allene oxide cyclase family of Arabidopsis thaliana.
Irene Stenzel;Bettina Hause;Otto Miersch;Tobias Kurz.
Plant Molecular Biology (2003)
Jasmonates: Structural Requirements for Lipid-Derived Signals Active in Plant Stress Responses and Development
Claus Wasternack;Erich Kombrink.
ACS Chemical Biology (2010)
Lipoxygenase-dependent degradation of storage lipids
Ivo Feussner;Hartmut Kühn;Claus Wasternack.
Trends in Plant Science (2001)
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