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Dr. Michael Bitterlich

Dr.

Michael Bitterlich

Großbeeren
033701 - 78 357
bitterlich@igzev.de

Scientist

Publications
Articles in peer-reviewed journals

Arbuscular Mycorrhiza Alleviates Restrictions to Substrate Water Flow and Delays Transpiration Limitation to Stronger Drought in Tomato

Bitterlich, M.; Sandmann, M.; Graefe J. 2018. Arbuscular Mycorrhiza Alleviates Restrictions to Substrate Water Flow and Delays Transpiration Limitation to Stronger Drought in Tomato. Frontiers in Plant Science 9:154.

DOI: 10.3389/fpls.2018.00154

Arbuscular mycorrhiza improves substrate hydraulic conductivity in the plant available moisture range under root growth exclusion

Bitterlich, M.; Franken, P.; Graefe J. 2018. Arbuscular mycorrhiza improves substrate hydraulic conductivity in the plant available moisture range under root growth exclusion. Frontiers in Plant Science 9:301.

DOI: 10.3389/fpls.2018.00301

Arbuscular Mycorrhizas: A Promising Component of Plant Production Systems Provided Favorable Conditions for their Growth

Bitterlich M, Rouphael Y, Graefe J, Franken P. 2018. Arbuscular Mycorrhizas: A Promising Component of Plant Production Systems Provided Favorable Conditions for their Growth. Frontiers in Plant Science 9:1329.

DOI: 10.3389/fpls.2018.01329

Blumenols as shoot markers for root symbiosis with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi

Wang, M.; Schäfer, M.; Li, D.; Halitschke, R.; Dong, C.; McGale, E.; Paetz, C.; Song, Y.; Li, S.; Dong, J.; Heiling, S.; Groten, K.; Franken, P.; Bitterlich, M.; Harrison, M.; Paszkowski, U.; Baldwin, I. 2018. Blumenols as shoot markers for root symbiosis with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. eLife 2018;7:e37093.

DOI: 10.7554/eLife.37093

Interaction of brassinosteroid functions and sucrose transporter SlSUT2 regulate the formation of arbuscular mycorrhiza.

Bitterlich, M.; Krügel, U. Boldt-Burischad, K.; Franken, P.; Kühn, C. 2014. Interaction of brassinosteroid functions and sucrose transporter SlSUT2 regulate the formation of arbuscular mycorrhiza. Plant Signaling & Behavior 9 (10), e970426.

The sucrose transporter SlSUT2 from tomato interacts with brassinosteroid functioning and affects arbuscular mycorrhiza formation.

Bitterlich, M., Krügel, U.; Boldt-Burisch, K.; Franken, P.; Kühn, C. 2014. The sucrose transporter SlSUT2 from tomato interacts with brassinosteroid functioning and affects arbuscular mycorrhiza formation. The Plant Journal 78, 877-889.

Photochemical processes, carbon assimilation and RNA accumulation of sucrose transporter genes in tomato arbuscular mycorrhiza.

Boldt, K.; Pörs, Y.; Haupt, B.; Bitterlich, M.; Kühn, Chr.; Grimm, B.; Franken, P. 2011. Photochemical processes, carbon assimilation and RNA accumulation of sucrose transporter genes in tomato arbuscular mycorrhiza. Journal of Plant Physiology 168 (11), 1256-1263.

Monographs

The photosynthetic response of greenhouse tomato cultures under a changing environment and the implications of using arbuscular mycorrhiza.

Bitterlich, M. 2016. The photosynthetic response of greenhouse tomato cultures under a changing environment and the implications of using arbuscular mycorrhiza. Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Lebenswissenschaftliche Fakultät, 195 pp., PhD thesis.

Photosyntheseleistung in Lycopersicon esculentum in Abhängigkeit von Saccharosetransporterexpression und arbuskulärer Mykorrhiza.

Bitterlich, M. 2011. Photosyntheseleistung in Lycopersicon esculentum in Abhängigkeit von Saccharosetransporterexpression und arbuskulärer Mykorrhiza, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, 102 S., Masterarbeit.

Individual contributions to edited volumes

Arbuscular mycorrhiza facilitated phosphorus acquisition by Medicago truncatula even under severe drought

Püschel, D.; Bitterlich, M.; Jansa, J. 2018. Arbuscular mycorrhiza facilitated phosphorus acquisition by Medicago truncatula even under severe drought. Ecology of Soil Microorganisms 2018, Helsinki, Finland, 17.-21. June 2018. Book of Abstracts.

Nutrition in root-fungi interactions

Yakti, W.; Andrade-Linares, D. R.; Ngwene, B.; Bitterlich, M.; Kovács, G.M.; Franken, P. 2018. Nutrition in root-fungi interactions. Annual Conference of the Association for General and Applied Microbiology VAAM. Book of Abstracts.

Primary metabolism in arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis: carbon, nitrogen and sulphur.

Bitterlich, M.; Gräfe, J.; Franken, P. 2017. Primary metabolism in arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis: carbon, nitrogen and sulphur. In: Martin, F. (ed). Molecular Mycorrhizal Symbiosis. Wiley, Hoboken NJ, 217-238.

ISBN: 978-1-118-95141-5

Tit for tat: Nutrient exchange in root-endophyte interactions

Franken, P.; Bitterlich, M.; Andrade-Linares, D.R.; Kressner, S.; Kühn, C.; Ngwene, B.; Yakti, W. 2017. Tit for tat: Nutrient exchange in root-endophyte interactions. Sustain: endophytes for a growing world. Book of Abstracts.

ARTICLES (peer-reviewed journals)
MONOGRAPHS
EDITED VOLUMES (individual)