His Anatomy study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Cuticle (hair) and Epidermis (zoology). His Cuticle (hair) study frequently involves adjacent topics like Genetics. In his work, Lukas Schreiber performs multidisciplinary research in Genetics and Cell biology. He incorporates Cell biology and Gene in his research. He applies his multidisciplinary studies on Gene and Oryza sativa in his research. Epidermis (zoology) connects with themes related to Anatomy in his study. His Biochemistry study often links to related topics such as Oryza sativa. Botany and Photosynthesis are commonly linked in his work. He performs integrative Cell wall and Apoplast research in his work.
Lukas Schreiber applies his multidisciplinary studies on Botany and Lignin in his research. Lukas Schreiber performs multidisciplinary study in Biochemistry and Biophysics in his work. He performs integrative Biophysics and Biochemistry research in his work. In his articles, Lukas Schreiber combines various disciplines, including Gene and Cell biology. He performs integrative study on Cell biology and Gene in his works. Many of his studies on Wax apply to Organic chemistry as well. His Organic chemistry study frequently links to other fields, such as Wax. He combines Cell wall and Apoplast in his research. His work often combines Apoplast and Suberin studies.
Lukas Schreiber undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Biochemistry and Genetics through his research. By researching both Genetics and Biochemistry, Lukas Schreiber produces research that crosses academic boundaries. In his work, he performs multidisciplinary research in Botany and Horticulture. He performs multidisciplinary study in Horticulture and Botany in his work. Lukas Schreiber undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Cell wall and Osmotic pressure through his works. He integrates Osmotic pressure with Cell wall in his research. He performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Suberin and Lignin via his papers. He merges many fields, such as Lignin and Suberin, in his writings. Lukas Schreiber brings together Gene and Biosynthesis to produce work in his papers.
His work in Horticulture is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Melon and Cucumis. His Cucumis study frequently links to related topics such as Horticulture. In the field of Anatomy he connects related research areas like Melon and Cuticle (hair). His Cuticle (hair) study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Anatomy. He brings together Botany and Pollen to produce work in his papers. He integrates Pollen with Botany in his research. His study ties his expertise on Proline together with the subject of Biochemistry. Lukas Schreiber performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Proline and Amino acid via his papers. Lukas Schreiber undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Amino acid and Osmotic shock in his work.
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Protecting against water loss: analysis of the barrier properties of plant cuticles
Markus Riederer;Lukas Schreiber.
Journal of Experimental Botany (2001)
The exodermis: a variable apoplastic barrier
E. Hose;David T. Clarkson;Ernst Steudle;Lukas Schreiber.
Journal of Experimental Botany (2001)
Apoplastic barriers in roots: chemical composition of endodermal and hypodermal cell walls
Lukas Schreiber;Klaus Hartmann;Manuela Skrabs;Jürgen Zeier.
Journal of Experimental Botany (1999)
Apoplastic polyesters in Arabidopsis surface tissues--a typical suberin and a particular cutin.
Rochus Franke;Isabel Briesen;Tobias Wojciechowski;Andrea Faust.
Cytochrome P450 Family Member CYP704B2 Catalyzes the ω -Hydroxylation of Fatty Acids and Is Required for Anther Cutin Biosynthesis and Pollen Exine Formation in Rice
Hui Li;Franck Pinot;Vincent Sauveplane;Danièle Werck-Reichhart.
The Plant Cell (2010)
Transport barriers made of cutin, suberin and associated waxes
Trends in Plant Science (2010)
The Arabidopsis DESPERADO/AtWBC11 transporter is required for cutin and wax secretion.
David Panikashvili;Sigal Savaldi-Goldstein;Tali Mandel;Tamar Yifhar.
Plant Physiology (2007)
Root suberin forms an extracellular barrier that affects water relations and mineral nutrition in Arabidopsis.
Ivan Baxter;Prashant S. Hosmani;Ana Rus;Brett Lahner.
PLOS Genetics (2009)
Suberin--a biopolyester forming apoplastic plant interfaces.
Rochus Franke;Lukas Schreiber.
Current Opinion in Plant Biology (2007)
Polar paths of diffusion across plant cuticles: new evidence for an old hypothesis.
Annals of Botany (2005)
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