Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Kerstin Fischer
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The development of a healthy root system, which is not damaged by the influence of pathogens, is a prerequisite for a sufficient uptake of mineral nut...
Nutrient exchange in root-fungus interactions
The supply of plants with mineral nutrients is the basis of their growth. Many plants accomplish this supply in partnership with fungal endophytes whi...
Molecular physiology of chilling tolerance of Petunia and Euphorbia pulcherrima
Future greenhouse production of ornamental crops in Central and Northern Europe depends on the reduction of energy inputs. Plants with a higher tolera...
A higher sink competitiveness of the rooting zone and invertases are involved in dark stimulation of adventitious root formation in Petunia hybrida cuttings.
Klopotek, Y.; Franken, P.; Klaering, H.-P.; Fischer, K.; Hause, B.; Hajirezaei, M.; Druege, U. 2016. A higher sink competitiveness of the rooting zone and invertases are involved in dark stimulation of adventitious root formation in Petunia hybrida cuttings. Plant Science 243, 10–22.