His primary scientific interests are in Biochemistry, Enzyme, Biosynthesis, Cell biology and Botany. His Biochemistry research focuses on Metabolism, Polyamine, Putrescine, Superoxide and Flavonoid. The study incorporates disciplines such as Molecular biology, Methanol, Elution and Sodium dodecyl sulfate in addition to Enzyme.
His Biosynthesis study combines topics in areas such as Phosphatase, Dephosphorylation and Protein phosphorylation, Protein kinase A. Heinrich Sandermann combines subjects such as Oxidative stress, Gene rearrangement, Jasmonate and Photolyase with his study of Cell biology. His Botany study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Pathogenesis-related protein, Salicylic acid, Antioxidant and Pollutant.
His main research concerns Biochemistry, Botany, Enzyme, Complementary DNA and Gene. His Biochemistry research includes elements of Molecular biology and Pinosylvin. The various areas that Heinrich Sandermann examines in his Botany study include Ozone and Horticulture.
His studies examine the connections between Ozone and genetics, as well as such issues in Pollutant, with regards to Abiotic component. His research investigates the connection between Enzyme and topics such as Cooperativity that intersect with issues in Lipid bilayer and Membrane protein. His study looks at the intersection of Complementary DNA and topics like Sequence analysis with Nucleic acid sequence and Chalcone synthase.
Heinrich Sandermann mostly deals with Botany, Beech, Fagus sylvatica, Gene and Agronomy. Botany is closely attributed to Colonization in his research. His work carried out in the field of Beech brings together such families of science as Canopy, Fumigation, Horticulture and Lignin.
In his study, Phenylalanine and Metabolic pathway is inextricably linked to Shikimate pathway, which falls within the broad field of Fagus sylvatica. His Dehydratase study is associated with Biochemistry. His work on Biosynthesis and Enzyme as part of general Biochemistry study is frequently linked to Acylation, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Heinrich Sandermann mainly focuses on Beech, Fagus sylvatica, Canopy, Ecology and Botany. Heinrich Sandermann has included themes like Mycosphaerella, Apiognomonia, Alternaria and Colonization in his Beech study. Canopy is frequently linked to Fagaceae in his study.
His studies deal with areas such as Arbol, Picea abies, Phenology and Growing season as well as Fagaceae. His study explores the link between Botany and topics such as Ethylene diurea that cross with problems in Horticulture. Heinrich Sandermann interconnects Juvenile and Tree canopy in the investigation of issues within Horticulture.
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Ozone-Sensitive Arabidopsis rcd1 Mutant Reveals Opposite Roles for Ethylene and Jasmonate Signaling Pathways in Regulating Superoxide-Dependent Cell Death
Kirk Overmyer;Hannele Tuominen;Reetta Kettunen;Christian Betz.
The Plant Cell (2000)
Defense activation and enhanced pathogen tolerance induced by H2O2 in transgenic tobacco
Sangpen Chamnongpol;Hilde Willekens;Wolfgang Moeder;Christian Langebartels.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1998)
Elevated UV-B radiation reduces genome stability in plants
Gerhard Ries;Werner Heller;Holger Puchta;Heinrich Sandermann.
Ozone: An abiotic elicitor of plant defence reactions
Heinrich Sandermann;Dieter Ernst;Werner Heller;Christian Langebartels.
Trends in Plant Science (1998)
Polyamines as radical scavengers and protectants against ozone damage
Wolf Bors;Christian Langebartels;Christa Michel;Heinrich Sandermann.
Biochemical Plant Responses to Ozone: I. Differential Induction of Polyamine and Ethylene Biosynthesis in Tobacco
Christian Langebartels;Kristina Kerner;Silvio Leonardi;Martina Schraudner.
Plant Physiology (1991)
Biochemical Plant Responses to Ozone: III. Activation of the Defense-Related Proteins β-1,3-Glucanase and Chitinase in Tobacco Leaves
Martina Schraudner;Dieter Ernst;Christian Langebartels;Heinrich Sandermann.
Plant Physiology (1992)
Ozone‐induced oxidative burst in the ozone biomonitor plant, tobacco Bel W3
Martina Schraudner;Wolfgang Moeder;Cosima Wiese;Wim Van Camp.
Plant Journal (1998)
Impact of Ozone on Trees: an Ecophysiological Perspective
Rainer Matyssek;Heinrich Sandermann.
Activation of an oxidative burst is a general feature of sensitive plants exposed to the air pollutant ozone
H. Wohlgemuth;K. Mittelstrass;S. Kschieschan;J. Bender.
Plant Cell and Environment (2002)
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