Stanislav Kopriva mainly investigates Biochemistry, Sulfate assimilation, Reductase, Glutathione and Sulfur metabolism. His studies in Biochemistry integrate themes in fields like Assimilation and Sulfur. In his research on the topic of Sulfur, Arabidopsis thaliana, Botany and Metabolic pathway is strongly related with Sulfate.
The various areas that he examines in his Sulfate assimilation study include Sulfur assimilation and Transcription factor. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Enzyme assay, Cysteine and Sucrose. His Glutathione study incorporates themes from Nitrate and Auxin.
Biochemistry, Sulfate assimilation, Sulfur, Arabidopsis and Sulfur metabolism are his primary areas of study. His Biochemistry study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Sulfate. His Sulfate assimilation research includes elements of Sulfite reductase, Flaveria, Physcomitrella patens, Assimilation and Sulfur assimilation.
His Sulfur research integrates issues from Transporter, Plant nutrition, Sulfide, Sulfur dioxide and Mycorrhiza. His Arabidopsis research incorporates themes from Arabidopsis thaliana and Botany. His work in Sulfur metabolism addresses subjects such as Metabolic pathway, which are connected to disciplines such as Rhizosphere.
His main research concerns Arabidopsis, Cell biology, Gene, Mutant and Arabidopsis thaliana. He combines subjects such as Microbiome, Botany, Glutathione, Allele and Rhizosphere with his study of Arabidopsis. Stanislav Kopriva mostly deals with Sulfate assimilation in his studies of Glutathione.
Stanislav Kopriva has included themes like Sulfate, Abiotic stress and Proteinogenic amino acid in his Sulfate assimilation study. His Serine study is related to the wider topic of Biochemistry. His work deals with themes such as Plant nutrition and Pseudomonas, which intersect with Biochemistry.
His primary areas of investigation include Cell biology, Microbiome, Computational biology, Arabidopsis and Rhizosphere. His work in Cell biology tackles topics such as Plastid which are related to areas like Thioredoxin and Glutathione. Stanislav Kopriva focuses mostly in the field of Microbiome, narrowing it down to matters related to Root microbiome and, in some cases, Plant roots, Niche differentiation, Metabolic pathway and Metabolomics.
His work carried out in the field of Arabidopsis brings together such families of science as Candidate gene, Adaptation, Mediator, Flagellin and Pseudomonas. His Candidate gene research is under the purview of Biochemistry. His Rhizosphere research includes themes of Mutant and Gene.
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Sulfur Assimilation in Photosynthetic Organisms: Molecular Functions and Regulations of Transporters and Assimilatory Enzymes
Hideki Takahashi;Stanislav Kopriva;Mario Giordano;Kazuki Saito.
Annual Review of Plant Biology (2011)
The Role of Soil Microorganisms in Plant Mineral Nutrition—Current Knowledge and Future Directions
Richard Jacoby;Manuela Peukert;Antonella Succurro;Anna Koprivova.
Frontiers in Plant Science (2017)
Control of sulphate assimilation and glutathione synthesis: interaction with N and C metabolism
Stanislav Kopriva;Heinz Rennenberg.
Journal of Experimental Botany (2004)
Regulation of Sulfate Assimilation by Nitrogen in Arabidopsis
Anna Koprivova;Marianne Suter;Roel Op den Camp;Christian Brunold.
Plant Physiology (2000)
The Response of Diatom Central Carbon Metabolism to Nitrogen Starvation Is Different from That of Green Algae and Higher Plants
Nicola Louise Hockin;Thomas Mock;Francis Mulholland;Stanislav Kopriva.
Plant Physiology (2012)
Regulation of Sulfate Assimilation in Arabidopsis and Beyond
Annals of Botany (2006)
Flux control of sulphate assimilation in Arabidopsis thaliana: adenosine 5′‐phosphosulphate reductase is more susceptible than ATP sulphurylase to negative control by thiols
Pierre Vauclare;Stanislav Kopriva;David Fell;Marianne Suter.
Plant Journal (2002)
Regulation of Sulfate Uptake and Assimilation—the Same or Not the Same?
Jean-Claude Davidian;Stanislav Kopriva.
Molecular Plant (2010)
Targeted knockouts of Physcomitrella lacking plant-specific immunogenic N-glycans.
Anna Koprivova;Christian Stemmer;Friedrich Altmann;Axel Hoffmann.
Plant Biotechnology Journal (2004)
Interplay of SLIM1 and miR395 in the regulation of sulfate assimilation in Arabidopsis
Cintia G. Kawashima;Colette A. Matthewman;Siqi Huang;Bok Rye Lee.
Plant Journal (2011)
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