Dirk Becker mostly deals with Biochemistry, Biophysics, Botany, Potassium channel and Cell biology. His study in Signal transduction and Arabidopsis falls under the purview of Biochemistry. His Biophysics research incorporates elements of Gravitropism, Guard cell, Extracellular, Oxidative phosphorylation and Ion channel.
His Botany research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Selectable marker, Transformation and Transgene. His Potassium channel research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Vascular tissue, Cotyledon, Channel blocker, Molecular biology and Inward-rectifier potassium ion channel. His Cell biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Sperm, Pollen tube reception and Double fertilization.
Dirk Becker mainly investigates Biochemistry, Cell biology, Botany, Biophysics and Arabidopsis. Dirk Becker has researched Cell biology in several fields, including Gametophyte, Samanea and Potassium channel. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Plant cell and Patch clamp.
His work in Botany tackles topics such as Transformation which are related to areas like Transgene and Genetically modified crops. His Biophysics study combines topics in areas such as Xenopus, Guard cell and Ion channel, Inward-rectifier potassium ion channel. His work investigates the relationship between Arabidopsis and topics such as Arabidopsis thaliana that intersect with problems in Heterologous expression.
Dirk Becker focuses on Cell biology, Induced seismicity, Venus flytrap, Seismology and Arabidopsis. Dirk Becker works on Cell biology which deals in particular with Guard cell. Dirk Becker studied Guard cell and Homeostasis that intersect with Hyperpolarization and Membrane potential.
The Venus flytrap study combines topics in areas such as Droseraceae, Ecology and Signal transduction, Biochemistry. His work deals with themes such as Respiration and Cellular respiration, which intersect with Biochemistry. His research on Arabidopsis often connects related topics like Arabidopsis thaliana.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Signal transduction, Cell biology, Calcium signaling, Hormone signaling and Induced seismicity. His study in Signal transduction is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Jasmonate and Venus flytrap. His Jasmonate study is related to the wider topic of Biochemistry.
The various areas that Dirk Becker examines in his Cell biology study include Arabidopsis, Auxin, Depolarization and Root hair. His research integrates issues of Guard cell, Jasmonic acid and Abscisic acid in his study of Arabidopsis. He has included themes like Neuroscience, Function and Effector in his Calcium signaling study.
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Identification of a novel, multifunctional β-defensin (human β-defensin 3) with specific antimicrobial activity
José-Ramón García;Florian Jaumann;Sandra Schulz;Alexander Krause.
Cell and Tissue Research (2001)
Fertile transgenic wheat from microprojectile bombardment of scutellar tissue.
D. Becker;R. Brettschneider;H. Lorz.
Plant Journal (1994)
Going beyond nutrition: regulation of potassium homoeostasis as a common denominator of plant adaptive responses to environment.
Uta Anschütz;Dirk Becker;Sergey Shabala.
Journal of Plant Physiology (2014)
GORK, a delayed outward rectifier expressed in guard cells of Arabidopsis thaliana, is a K+-selective, K+-sensing ion channel.
Peter Ache;Dirk Becker;Natalya Ivashikina;Petra Dietrich.
FEBS Letters (2000)
Perception of the Arabidopsis Danger Signal Peptide 1 Involves the Pattern Recognition Receptor AtPEPR1 and Its Close Homologue AtPEPR2
Elzbieta Krol;Tobias Mentzel;Delphine Chinchilla;Thomas Boller.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2010)
Auxin-induced K+ channel expression represents an essential step in coleoptile growth and gravitropism
Katrin Philippar;Ines Fuchs;Hartwig Lüthen;Stefan Hoth.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1999)
The Chara Genome: Secondary Complexity and Implications for Plant Terrestrialization.
Tomoaki Nishiyama;Hidetoshi Sakayama;Jan de Vries;Jan de Vries;Henrik Buschmann.
Regeneration of transgenic, microspore-derived, fertile barley
A Jähne;D Becker;R Brettschneider;H Lörz.
Theoretical and Applied Genetics (1994)
AtKC1, a silent Arabidopsis potassium channel α-subunit modulates root hair K+ influx
Birgit Reintanz;Alexander Szyroki;Natalya Ivashikina;Peter Ache.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2002)
Cloning and electrophysiological analysis of KST1, an inward rectifying K+ channel expressed in potato guard cells.
B Müller-Röber;J Ellenberg;N Provart;L Willmitzer.
The EMBO Journal (1995)
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