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Publications of PA QUALITY, 2016-2019

Research Domain FUNCT
FUNCT Functional Plant Biology
Research Domain MICRO
MICRO Plant-Microbe Systems
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BIOINF Genomics and bioinformatics in horticulture
Research Domain QUALITY
QUALITY Plant Quality and Food Security
Publications of PA QUALITY, 2016-2019
QUALITY.1 Plant quality for human consumption
QUALITY.1.JR OPTIGLUP-Optimization of Glucosinolate Degradation Pathways
QUALITY.2 Food chemistry and human nutrition
QUALITY.3 Economic development and Food Security
Research Domain HORTSYS
HORTSYS Next-Generation Horticultural Systems
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Monographs

2017

Baliki, G. 2017. Empirical advances in the measurement and analysis of violent conflict. Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Lebenswissenschaftliche Fakultät, PhD thesis.

Errard, A. 2017. The effects of plant characteristics on tritrophic interactions in case of multiple pest infestations. Universität Potsdam, PhD thesis.

Shi J. 2017. Assessing the response after methyl jasmonate on secondary metabolites in fresh tea leaves using a multiple omics strategy. CTR Hangzhou China, Universität Postdam, PhD thesis.

 

Individual contributions to edited volumes

2016

Berger, B.; Becker, M.; Becker, Y.; Patz, S.; Drungowski, M.; Baldermann, S.; Ruppel, S. 2016. Crosscommunication of PGPB Kosakonia radicincitans with Solanum lycopersicum. 3rd Doctoral Researcher’s Conference of GRK1798 „Signaling at the Plant-Soil Interface”, Book of Abstracts, 34.

Brück, T.; Justino, P.; Verwimp, P. 2016. New Developments in Measuring the Welfare Effects of Conflict Exposure at the Micro-Level. In: Backer, D.; Bhavnani, R.; Huth, P. (Eds.), Peace & Conflict, Routledge, 144-149.

Schreiner, M.; Mewis, I.; Neugart, S.; Zrenner, R.; Glaab, J.; Wiesner, M.; Jansen, M.A.K. 2016. UV-B Elicitation of Secondary Plant Metabolites. In: Kneissl, M.; Rass, J. (Eds.), III-Nitride Ultraviolet Emitter: Technology and Applications, Springer Series in Materials Science Volume 227, Springer, 387-414.

Stenger, M.; Altmann, M.; Schreiner, M. 2016. New strategic approaches for promoting the diffusion of innovations within the horticultural sector. In: Bergeret, P.; Svedin, U.; Huyghe, C. (Eds.), Diffusion and transfer of knowledge in agriculture, Quae, chapter 8.

Wiesner, M.; Hanschen, F.S.; Maul, R.; Neugart, S.; Schreiner, M., Baldermann, S. 2016. Nutritional quality of plants for food and fodder. In: Thomas, B.; Murray, B.G.; Murphy, D.J. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Applied Plant Sciences Vol. 1, Elsevier, 285-291.

2017

Brueckner, B. 2017a. Posprzetne traktowanie wypustek szparaga. Miedzynarodowa konferencja szparagowa, Nowy Tomysl, 51-58.

Brueckner, B. 2017b. Postharvest moisture treatment of asparagus spears. T20th International Asparagus Conference, Book of Abstracts, 43-50.

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.

Hanschen, F.S. 2017. Kinetic study of the degradation of Glucosinolates during cooking of vegetables and the formation of their bioactive breakdown products. EuroFoodChem XIX Conference, Book of Abstracts, 61.

Hanschen, F.S.; Klopsch, R.; Oliviero, T.; Schreiner, M.; Verkerk, R.; Dekker, M. 2017. Temperatur, pH-Wert und Verdünnung beeinflussen die Hydrolyse von Glucosinolaten zu Isothiocyanaten in Brassica-Gemüse und Arabidopsis thaliana. 46. Deutscher Lebensmittelchemikertag, Book of Abstracts, 152.

Heinze, M.; Schreiner, M.; Baldermann, S.; Hanschen, F.S.; Wiesner-Reinhold, M.; Neugart, S. 2017. Influence of different UV light spectra on the biosynthesis of secondary plant metabolites in different developmental stages of pak choi. 4th International Glucosinolate Conference, Glucosinolate Summit Proceedings, 96.

Klopsch, R.; Neugart, S.; Schreiner, M.; Voß, A.; Rohn, S.; Hanschen, F.S. 2017a. Brassica enriched bread: Effects of breadmaking on glucosinolates and their degradation products. 46. Deutscher Lebensmittelchemikertag, Book of Abstracts, 194.

Klopsch, R.; Neugart, S.; Schreiner, M.; Voß, A.; Rohn, S.; Hanschen, F.S. 2017b. Einfluss der Prozessierung auf Glucosinolate und deren Hydrolyseprodukte in verschiedenen Backwaren. Lebensmittelchemie 71, 166.

Klopsch, R.; Neugart, S.; Voß, A.; Rohn, S.; Hanschen, F.S.; Schreiner, M. 2017c. Fate of glucosinolates and their breakdown products during bread making. 4th International Glucosinolate Conference, Glucosinolate Summit Proceedings, 9.

Klopsch, R.; Witzel, K.; Börner, A.; Schreiner, M.; Hanschen, F.S. 2017d. Genotypic variation of glucosinolates and their hydrolysis products in a germplasm collection of Brassica rapa turnips. 4th International Glucosinolate Conference, Glucosinolate Summit Proceedings, 84.

Kühn, C.; Kupke, F.; Hanschen, F.S.; Schreiner, M.; Rohn, S. 2017. Pharmakokinetik von Glucosinolaten – Ein Fass ohne Boden? 46. Deutscher Lebensmittelchemikertag, Book of Abstracts, 43.

Kupke, F.; Baldermann, S.; Lamy, E.; Tarnowski, A.; Schreiner, M.; Rohn, S.; Hanschen, F.S. 2017. Analyse flüchtiger Glucosinolat-Abbauprodukte in der Atemluft nach dem Verzehr von Kapuzinerkresse. 46. Deutscher Lebensmittelchemikertag, Book of Abstracts, 63.

Maul, R.; Schwake-Anduschus, C.; Wiesner, M. 2017. Contaminants in Crop Plants. In: Thomas, B.; Murray, B.G.; Murphy, D.J. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Applied Plant Sciences Vol 3, Elsevier, 442–446.

Risha, M.A.; Witzel, K.; Albers, P.; Schreiner, M.; Hanschen, F.S. 2017. Identification and characterization of Brassica oleracea specifier proteins in the enzymatic degradation of glucosinolates. 4th International Glucosinolate Conference, Glucosinolate Summit Proceedings, 64.

Rocksch, T., Altmann, S., Feuerbach, N., Baldermann, S. 2017. Investigations of the usability of siberian seabuckthorn varieties under Central European climatic conditions. 5th European Workshop of Sea Buckthorn (EuroWorkS), , Book of Abstracts.

Schlotz, N.; Odongo, G.A.; Tran, H.; Herz, C.; Waßmer, H.; Kühn, C.; Hanschen, F.S.; Ngwene, B.; Rohn, S.; Schreiner, M.; Lamy, E. 2017. Are raw vegetables healthier than cooked ones? Cancer preventive potential of Brassica carinata – a randomized controlled human crossover intervention trial. 4th International Glucosinolate Conference, Glucosinolate Summit Proceedings, 60.

Schreiner, M.; Wiesner, M.; Baldermann, S.; Hanschen, F.S.; Neugart, S. 2017. UV-B induced changes in secondary plant metabolites. In: Jordan, B.R. (Ed.), The role of UV-B radiation in plant growth and development, CABI press, 39-57.

Yim, B.; Hanschen, F.S.; Smalla, K.; Winkelmann, T. 2017. Biofumigation alters soil microbial communities and improves apple plant growth in replant disease soils. 4th International Glucosinolate Conference, Glucosinolate Summit Proceedings, 105.

2018

Berger, B.; Baldermann, S.; Ruppel, S. 2018. The plant growth-promoting bacteria Kosakonia radicincitans improves fruit yield and quality of Solanum lycopersicum. The Plant Microbiome. Book of Abstracts, 57.

Hanschen, F.S.; Dekker, M. 2018. Kinetic modelling of leaching and degradation of glucosinolates during cooking of Brassica oleracea vegetables and the formation of their breakdown products. 2nd International Conference on FOOD BIOACTIVES & HEALTH, Book of Abstracts, 297.

Hanschen, F.S.; Kaufmann, M. 2018a. Glucosinolate hydrolysis products: precursors to novel compounds in food. 2nd International Conference on FOOD BIOACTIVES & HEALTH, Book of Abstracts, 117.

Hanschen, F.S.; Kaufmann, M. 2018b. Reaktionen einiger Glucosinolat-Hydrolyseprodukte aus Brassicaceae-Gemüsen. 47. Deutscher Lebensmittelchemikertag, Book of Abstracts, 37.

Izadpanah, F.; Frede, K.; Baldermann, S. 2018 Carotenoids and chlorophylls in colored cauliflower (Brassica oleracea L. spp. botrytis) 47. Deutscher Lebensmittelchemikertag, Book of Abstracts, 267.

Jorzig, C.; Witzel, K.; Hanschen, F.; Müller, A.; Feller, C. 2018. Wachstumshemmung von Fusarium oxysporum und Rhizoctonia solani durch natives und synthetisches Allylisothiocyanat. BHGL-Schriftenreihe 33, 135.

Klopsch, R.; Voß, A. 2018. Health-promotion ingredients: Sprouts in baked products. In: baking+biscuit international (Eds.), The future of baking – Science – Technique – Technology, f2m.

Kühn, C.; Spöttel, J.; Kupke, F.; Baldermann, S.; Klopsch, R.; Lamy, E.; Hornemann, S.; Pfeiffer, A.F.; Schreiner, M.; Hanschen, F.S.; Rohn, S. 2018. Excretion Pathways of benzyl glucosinolate in humans after consumption of Indian cress. 47. Deutscher Lebensmittelchemikertag, Book of Abstracts, 37.

Lindemeyer, S.; Baldermann, S.; Witzel, K. 2018. Picturing natural variation in Arabidopsis root architecture in response to salinity by merging growth parameters and genomic information. 10th Meeting of the International Society of Root Research, Book of Abstracts, 156.

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.

 

Articles in peer-reviewed journals

2016

Acharyaa, J.; Rechner, O.; Neugart, S.; Schreiner, M.; Poehling, H.M. 2016. Effects of light-emitting diode treatments on Brevicoryne brassicae performance mediated by secondary metabolites in Brussels sprouts. Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection 123, 321-330.

Baldermann, S.; Blagojević, L.; Frede, K.; Klopsch, R.; Neugart, S.; Neumann, A.; Ngwene, B.; Norkeweit, J.; Schröter, D.; Schröter, A.; Wiesner, M.; Schreiner, M. 2016. Are neglected plants the food for the future? Critical Review in Plant Science 35, 106-119.

Bozzoli, C.; Brück, T.; Muhumuza, T. 2016. Activity choices of internally displaced persons and returnees: Quantitative survey evidence from post-war northern Uganda. Bulletin of Economic Research 68, 329-347.

Brück, T.; Justino, P.; Verwimp, P.; Avdeenko, A.; Tedesco, A. 2016. Measuring violent conflict in micro-level surveys: Current practices and methodological challenges. World Bank Research Observer 31, 29-58.

Csepregi, K.; Neugart, S.; Schreiner, M.; Hideg, E. 2016. Comparative evaluation of total antioxidant capacities of plant polyphenols. Molecules 21, 208.

Del-Castillo-Alonso, M.-Á.; Castagna, A.; Csepregi, K.; Hideg, É.; Jakab, G.; Jansen, M.A.K.; Jug, T.; Llorens, L.; Mátai, A.; Martínez-Lüscher, J.; Monforte, L.; Neugart, S.; Olejnickova, J.; Ranieri, A.; Schoedll-Hummel, K.; Schreiner, M.; Soriano, G.; Teszlák, P.; Tittmann, S.; Urban, O.; Verdaguer, D.; Zipoli, G.; Martínez-Abaigar, J.; Núñez-Olivera, E. 2016. Environmental factors correlated with the metabolite profile of Vitis vinifera cv. Pinot Noir berry skins along a European latitudinal gradient. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 64, 8722-8734.

Errard, A.; Ulrichs, C.; Kühne, S.; Mewis, I.; Mishig, N.; Maul, R.; Drungowski, M.; Parolin, P.; Schreiner, M.; Baldermann, S. 2016. Metabolite profiling reveals a specific response in tomato to predaceous Chrysoperla carnea larvae and herbivore(s)-predator interactions with the generalist pests Tetranychus urticae and Myzus persicae. Frontiers in Plant Science 7, 1256.

Förster, N.; Mewis, I.; Glatt, H.R.; Haack, M.; Brigelius-Flohe, R.; Schreiner, M.; Ulrichs, C. 2016. Characteristic single glucosinolates from Moringa oleifera: Induction of detoxifying enzymes and lack of genotoxic activity in various model systems. Food & Function 2016, 4660-4674.

Groenbaek, M.; Jensen, S.; Neugart, S.; Schreiner, M.; Kidmose, U.; Kristensen, H.L. 2016. Nitrogen split dose fertilization, plant age and frost effects on phytochemical content and sensory properties of curly kale (Brassica oleracea L. var. sabellica). Food Chemistry 197, 530-538.

Guzmán-Pérez, V.; Bumke-Vogt, C.; Schreiner, M.; Mewis, I.; Borchert, A.; Pfeiffer, A.F.H. 2016. Benzylglucosinolate derived isothiocyanate from Tropaeolum majus reduces gluconeogenic gene and protein expression in human cells. PLoS ONE 11, e0162397.

Kupke, F.; Herz, C.; Hanschen, F.S.; Platz, S.; Odongo, G.A.; Helmig, S.; Bartolomé Rodríguez, M.M.; Schreiner, M.; Rohn, S.; Lamy, E. 2016. Cytotoxic and genotoxic potential of food-borne nitriles in a liver in vitro model. Scientific Reports 6, 37631.

Mageney, V.; Baldermann, S.; Alback, D.C. 2016. Intraspecific variation in carotenoids of Brassica oleracea var. sabellica. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 64, 3251-3257.

Neugart, S.; Krumbein, A.; Zrenner, R. 2016. Influence of light and temperature on gene expression leading to accumulation of specific flavonol glycosides and hydroxycinnamic acid derivatives in kale (Brassica oleracea var. sabellica). Frontiers in Plant Science 7, 326.

Ngwene, B.; Boukail, S.; Söllner, L.; Franken, P.; Andrade-Linares, D.R. 2016. Phosphate utilization by the fungal root endophyte Piriformospora indica. Plant and Soil 405, 231–241.

Noorani, A.; Nono-Womdim, R.; Padulosi, S.; Ngwene, B. 2016. Interventions for mainstreaming underutilized crop species in developing regions. Acta Horticulturae 1128, 21-28.

Rechner, O.; Neugart, S.; Schreiner, M.; Wu, S.; Poehling, H.M. 2016. Different narrow-band light ranges alter plant secondary metabolism and plant defense response to aphids. Journal of Chemical Ecology 42, 989-1003.

Tran, H.T.T.; Márton, M.R.; Herz, C.; Maul, R.; Baldermann, S.; Schreiner, M.; Lamy, E. 2016. Nasturtium (Indian cress, Tropaeolum majus nanum) dually blocks the COX and LOX pathway in primary human immune cells. Phytomedicine 23, 611-620.

Yim, B.; Hanschen, F.S.; Wrede, A.; Nitt, H.; Schreiner, M.; Smalla, K; Winkelmann, T. 2016. Effects of biofumigation using Brassica juncea and Raphanus sativus in comparison to disinfection using Basamid on apple plant growth and soil microbial communities at three field sites with replant disease. Plant and Soil 406, 389-408.

Zhou, Y.; Zeng, L.; Fu, X.; Mei, X.; Cheng, S.; Liao, Y.; Deng, R.F.; Xu, X.; Jiang, Y.; Duan, X.; Baldermann, S.; Yang, Y. 2016. The sphingolipid biosynthetic enzyme sphingolipid delta8 desaturase is important for chilling resistance of tomato. Scientific Reports 6, 38742.

2017

Berger, B.; Baldermann, S.; Ruppel, S. 2017. The plant growth-promoting bacteria Kosakonia radicincitans improves fruit yield and quality of Solanum lycopersicum. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 97, 4865-4871.

Bircan, C.; Brück, T.; Vothknecht, M. 2017. Violent conflict and inequality. Oxford Development Studies 45, 125-144.

Castagna, A.; Csepregi, K.; Neugart, S.; Zipoli, G.; Večeřová, K.; Jakab, G.; Jug, T.; Llorens, L.; Martínez-Abaigar, J.; Martínez-Lüscher, J.; Núñez-Olivera, E.; Ranieri, A.; Schoedl-Hummel, K.; Schreiner, M.; Teszlák, P.; Tittmann, S.; Urban, O.; Verdaguer, D.; Jansen, M.A.K.; Hideg, É. 2017. Environmental plasticity of Pinot noir grapevine leaves; a trans-European study of morphological and biochemical changes along a 1500 km latitudinal climatic gradient. Plant, Cell & Environment 40, 2790-2805.

Frede, K.; Ebert, F.; Kipp, A.; Tanja Schwerdtle, T; Baldermann, S. 2017. Lutein activates the transcription factor Nrf2 in human retinal pigment epithelial cells. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 65, 5944-5952.

Hanschen, F.S.; Klopsch, R.; Oliviero, T.; Schreiner, M.; Verkerk, R.; Dekker, M. 2017. Optimizing isothiocyanate formation during enzymatic glucosinolate breakdown by adjusting pH value, temperature and dilution in Brassica vegetables and Arabidopsis thaliana. Scientific Reports 7, 40807.

Hanschen, F.S.; Schreiner, M. 2017. Isothiocyanates, nitriles, and epithionitriles from glucosinolates are affected by genotype and developmental stage in Brassica oleracea varieties. Frontiers in Plant Science 8, 1095.

Herz, C.; Tran, H.T.T.; Martón, M.R.; Maul, R.; Baldermann, S.; Schreiner, M.; Lamy, E. 2017. Evaluation of an aqueous extract from horseradish root (Armoracia rusticana radix) against lipopolysaccharide-induced cellular inflammation reaction. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 1950692.

Johansen, T.; Mølmann, J.; Bengtsson, G.; Schreiner, M.; Velasco, P.; Hykkerud, A.; Cartea, E.; Lea, P.; Skaret, J.; Seljåsen, R. 2017. Temperature and light conditions at different latitudes affect sensory quality of broccoli florets (Brassica oleracea L. var. italica). Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 97, 3500-3508.

Klopsch, R.; Witzel, K.; Börner, A.; Schreiner, M.; Hanschen, F.S. 2017. Metabolic profiling of glucosinolates and their hydrolysis products in a germplasm collection of Brassica rapa turnips. Food Research International 100, 392-403.

Li, J.; Rao, L.; Xie, H.; Schreiner, M.; Chen, L.; Liu, Y. 2017. Morphology and glucosinolate profiles of chimeric Brassica and the responses of Bemisia tabaci in host selection, oviposition and development. Journal of Integrative Agriculture 16, 2009-2018.

Mageney, V.; Neugart, S.; Albach, D.C. 2017. A guide to the variability of flavonoids in Brassica oleracea. Molecules 22, 252.

Müller, A., Ngwene, B., Peiter, E., George, E. 2017. Quantity and distribution of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal storage organs within dead roots. Mycorrhiza 27, 201-210.

Neugart, S. 2017. Analysis of phenolic compounds: Which factors to consider? UV4Plants Bulletin, 31-61.

Neugart, S.; Baldermann, S.; Ngwene, B.; Wesonga, J.; Schreiner, S. 2017. Indigenous leafy vegetables of Eastern Africa – a source of extraordinary secondary plant metabolites. Food Research International 100, 411-422.

Ngwene, B.; Neugart, S.; Baldermann, S.; Ravi, B.; Schreiner, M. 2017. Intercropping induces changes in specific secondary metabolite concentration in Ethiopian kale (Brassica carinata) and African nightshade (Solanum scabrum) under controlled conditions. Frontiers in Plant Science 8, 1700.

Odongo, G.A.; Schlotz, N.; Herz, C.; Hanschen, F.S.; Baldermann, S.; Neugart, S.; Trierweiler, B.; Frommherz, L.; Franz, C.M.A.P.; Ngwene, B.; Luvonga, A.W.; Schreiner, M.; Rohn, S.; Lamy, E. 2017. The role of plant processing for the cancer preventive potential of Ethiopian kale (Brassica carinata). Food & Nutrition Research 61, 1-11.

Omondi, E.; Engels, C.; Nambafu, G.; Schreiner, M.; Neugart, S.; Abukutsa-Onyango, M.; Winkelmann, T. 2017. Nutritional compound analysis and morphological characterization of spider plant (Cleome gynandra) – an African indigenous leafy vegetable. Food Research International 100, 284-295.

Puri, J.; Aladysheva, A.; Iversen, V.; Ghorpade, Y.; Brück, T. 2017. Can rigorous impact evaluations improve humanitarian assistance? Journal of Development Effectiveness 9, 519-542.

Raila, J.; Schweigert F.J.; Stanitznig, A.; Lambacher, B.; Franz, S.; Baldermann S.; Wittek, T. 2017. No detectable carotenoid concentrations in serum of llamas and alpaca. Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition 101, 629-634.

Rechner, O.; Neugart, S.; Schreiner, M.; Wu, S.; Pöhling, H.M. 2017. Can narrow-bandwidth light from UV-A to green alter secondary plant metabolism and increase Brassica plant defenses against aphids? PLoS ONE 12, e0188522.

Schiess, S.; Platz, S.; Kemper, M.; Schreiner, M.; Mewis, I.; Rohn, S.; Bumke-Vogt, C.; Pivovarova, O.; Pfeiffer, A.F.H. 2017. Oral administration of nasturtium affects peptide YY secretion in male subjects. Molecular Nutrition & Food Research 61, 1600886.

Seck-Mbengue, M.F.; Müller, A.; Ngwene, B.; Neumann, E.; George, E. 2017. Transport of nitrogen and zinc to rhodes grass by arbuscular mycorrhiza and roots as affected by different nitrogen sources (NH4+-N and NO3-N). Symbiosis 73, 191-200.

Urlić, B.; Jukič Špika, M.; Becker, C.; Kläring, H.-P.; Krumbein, A.; Goreta-Ban, S.; Perica, S.; Schwarz, D. 2017. Effect of NO3 and NH4 concentrations in nutrient solution on yield and nitrate concentration in seasonally grown leaf lettuce. Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica, Section B – Plant Soil Science 67, 748-757.

Verdaguer, D.; Jansen, M.A.K.; Llorens, L.; Morales, L.O.; Neugart, S. 2017. UV-A radiation effects on higher plants: exploring the known unknown. Plant Science 255, 72-81.

Vollmer, M.; Schröter, D.; Esders, S.; Neugart, S.; Farquharson, F.M.; Duncan, S.H.; Schreiner, M.; Louis, P.; Maul, R.; Rohn, S. 2017. Chlorogenic acid versus amaranth’s caffeoylisocitric acid – gut microbial degradation of caffeic acid derivatives. Food Research International 100, 375-384.

Wiesner-Reinhold, M.; Schreiner, M.; Baldermann, S.; Schwarz, D.; Hanschen, F.S.; Kipp, A.P.; Rowan, D.D.; Bentley-Hewitt, K.L.; McKenzie, M.J. 2017. Mechanisms of selenium enrichment and measurement in brassicaceous vegetables, and their application to human health. Frontiers in Plant Science, 8, 1365.

Witzel, K.; Strehmel, N.; Baldermann, S.; Neugart, S.; Becker, Y.; Becker, M.; Scheel, D.; Grosch, R.; Schreiner, M.; Ruppel, S. 2017a. Arabidopsis thaliana root and root exudate metabolism is altered by the growth-promoting bacterium Kosakonia radicincitans DSM 16656T. Plant and Soil 419, 557-573.

Witzel, K.; Üstün, S.; Schreiner, M.; Grosch, R.; Börnke, F.; Ruppel, S. 2017b. A proteomic approach suggests unbalanced proteasome functioning induced by the growth-promoting bacterium Kosakonia radicincitans in Arabidopsis. Frontiers in Plant Science 8, 661.

Xu, D.; Hanschen, F.S.; Witzel, K.; Nintemann, S.J.; Nour-Eldin, H.H.; Schreiner, M.; Halkier, B.A. 2017. Rhizosecretion of stele-synthesized glucosinolates and their catabolites requires GTR-mediated import in Arabidopsis. Journal of Experimental Botany 68, 3205-3214.

2018

Baldermann, S.; Homann, Th.; Neugart, S.; Chmielewski, F.M.; Götz, K.P.; Gödeke, K.; Huschek, G.; Morlock, G.; Rawel, H. 2018. Selected plant metabolites involved in oxidation-reduction processes during bud dormancy and ontogenetic development in sweet cherry buds (Prunus avium L.). Molecules 23, 1197.

Bauer, A.; Luetjohann, J.; Hanschen, F.S.; Schreiner, M.; Kuballa, J.; Jantzen, E.; Rohn, S. 2018. Identification and characterization of pesticide metabolites in Brassica species by liquid chromatography travelling wave ion mobility quadrupole time-of-flight mass spectrometry (UPLC-TWIMS-QTOF-MS). Food Chemistry 244, 292-303.

Brock, A.K.; Berger, B.; Schreiner, M.; Ruppel, S.; Mewis, I. 2018. Plant growth-promoting bacteria Kosakonia radicincitans mediate anti-herbivore defense in Arabidopsis thaliana. Planta 248, 1383-1392.

#Brück, T.; d’Errico, M. Food security and violent conflict: Introduction to the Special Issue. World Development.

#Brück, T.; d’Errico, M.; Pietrelli, R. The effects of violent conflict on household resilience and food security: Evidence from the 2014 Gaza conflict. World Development.

#Brück, T.; Di Maio, M.; Miaari, S. .Learning the hard way: The effect of violent conflict on student academic achievement. Journal of the European Economic Association.

Brück, T.; Esenaliev, D. 2018. Post-socialist transition and the intergenerational educational mobility in Kyrgyzstan.Economics of Transition 26, 61-89.

#Brück, T.; Ferguson, N.T.N. Money can’t buy love but can it buy peace? Evidence from PEACE II. Conflict Management and Peace Science.

Brückner, B.; Geyer, M.; Surdilovic, J. 2018. Critical points during handling of white asparagus (Aspargus officinalis L.). Acta Horticulturae 1223, 251-256.

Fechner, J.; Kaufmann, M.; Herz, C.; Eisenschmidt, D.; Lamy, E.; Kroh, L.W.; Hanschen, F.S. 2018. The major glucosinolate hydrolysis product in rocket (Eruca sativa L.), sativin, is 1,3-thiazepane-2-thione: Elucidation of structure, bioactivity, and stability compared to other rocket isothiocyanates. Food Chemistry 261, 57-65.

Frede, K.; Schreiner, M.; Zrenner, R.; Graefe, J.; Baldermann, S. 2018. Carotenoid biosynthesis of pak choi (Brassica rapa ssp. chinensis) sprouts grown under different light-emitting diodes during the diurnal course. Photochemical & Photobiological Sciences 17, 1289–1300.

Hanschen, F. S., Kaufmann, M., Kupke, F., Hackl, T., Kroh, L. W., Rohn, S., Schreiner, M. 2018a. Brassica vegetables as sources of epithionitriles: Novel secondary products formed during cooking. Food Chemistry, 245, 564-569.

Hanschen, F.S.; Kühn, C.; Nickel, M.; Rohn, S.; Dekker, M. 2018b. Leaching and degradation kinetics of glucosinolates during boiling of Brassica oleracea vegetables and the formation of their breakdown products. Food Chemistry 263, 240-250.

Hanschen, F.S.; Pfitzmann, M.; Witzel, K.; Stützel, H.; Schreiner, M.; Zrenner, R. 2018c. Differences in the enzymatic hydrolysis of glucosinolates increase the defense metabolite diversity in 19 Arabidopsis thaliana accessions. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 124, 126-135.

Heinze, M.; Hanschen, F.; Wiesner-Reinhold, M.; Baldermann, S.; Graefe, J.; Schreiner, M.; Neugart, S. 2018. Effect of developmental stage and reduced UVB and low UV conditions on secondary plant metabolite profiles in pak choi (Brassica rapa spp. chinesis). Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 66, 1678-1692.

Kastell, A.; Schreiner, M.; Knorr, D.; Ulrichs, Ch.; Mewis, I. 2018. Influence of nutrient supply and elicitors on glucosinolate production in E. sativa hairy root cultures. Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture 132, 561-572.

Klopsch, R.; Baldermann, S.; Voss, A.; Rohn, S.; Schreiner, M.; Neugart, S. 2018a. Bread enriched with legume microgreens and leaves – ontogenetic and baking-driven changes in the profile of secondary plant metabolites. Frontiers in Chemistry 6, 322.

Klopsch, R.; Witzel, K.; Artemyeva, A.; Ruppel, S.; Hanschen, F. 2018b. Genotypic variation of glucosinolates and their breakdown products in leaves of Brassica rapa. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 66, 5481-5490.

#Kraehnert, K.; Brück, T.; Di Maio, M.; Nisticò, R. The effects of conflict on fertility: Evidence from the genocide in Rwanda. Demography.

Kühn, C.; Kupke, F.; Baldermann, S.; Klopsch, R.; Lamy, E.; Hornemann, S.; Pfeiffer, A.F.H.; Schreiner, M.; Hanschen, F.S.; Rohn, S. 2018a. Diverse excretion pathways of benzyl glucosinolate in humans after consumption of Nasturtium (Tropaeolum majus L.)-A Pilot Study. Molecular Nutrition and Food Research 62, e1800588.

Kühn, C.; von Oesen, T.; Hanschen, F.S.; Rohn, S. 2018b. Determination of isothiocyanate-protein conjugates in milk and curd after adding garden cress (Lepidium sativum L.). Food Research International 108, 621-627.

Kühn, C.; von Oesen, T.; Herz, C.; Schreiner, M.; Hanschen, F.S.; Lamy, E.; Rohn, S. 2018c. In vitro determination of protein conjugates in human cells by LC-ESI-MS/MS after benzyl isothiocyanate exposure. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 66, 6727-6733.

#Larsen, M.; Esenaliev, D.; Brück, T.; Boehnke, K. The connection between social cohesion and personality: A multilevel study in the Kyrgyz Republic. International Journal of Psychology.

Mollavali, M.; Perner, H.; Rohn, S.; Riehle, P.; Hanschen, F.S.; Schwarz, D. 2018. Nitrogen form and mycorrhizal inoculation amount and timing affect flavonol biosynthesis in onion (Allium cepa L.). Mycorrhiza 28, 59-70.

Neugart, S.; Baldermann, S.; Hanschen, F.S.; Klopsch, R.; Wiesner-Reinhold, M.; Schreiner, M. 2018a. The intrinsic quality of brassicaceous vegetables: How secondary plant metabolites are affected by genetic, environmental, and agronomic factors. Scientia Horticulturae 233, 460-478.

Neugart, S.; Schreiner, M. 2018b. UVB and UVA as eustressors in horticultural and agricultural crops. Scientia Horticulturae 234, 370-381.

Neugart, S.; Wiesner-Reinhold, M.; Frede, K.; Jander, E.; Homann, T.; Rawel, H.M.; Schreiner, M.; Baldermann, S. 2018c. Effect of solid biological waste compost on the metabolite profile of Brassica rapa ssp. chinensis. Frontiers in Plant Science 9, 305.

Nowotny, K.; Schröter, D.; Schreiner, M.; Grune, T. 2018. Dietary advanced glycation end products and their relevance for human health. Ageing Research Reviews 47, 55-66.

Odongo, G.; Schlotz, N.; Baldermann, S.; Neugart, S.; Ngwene, B.; Schreiner, M.; Lamy, E. 2018a. Effects of Amaranthus cruentus L. on aflatoxin B1- and oxidative stress-induced DNA damage in human liver (HepG2) cells. Food Bioscience 26, 42-48.

Odongo, G.; Schlotz, N.; Baldermann, S.; Neugart, S.; Huyskens-Keil, S.; Ngwene, B.; Trierweiler, B.; Schreiner, M.; Lamy, E. 2018b. African nightshade (Solanum scabrum Mill.): impact of cultivation and plant processing on its health promoting potential as determined in a human liver cell model. Nutrients 10, 1532.

Santin, M.; Neugart, S.; Castagna, A.; Barilari, M.; Sarrocco, S.; Vannacci, G.; Schreiner, M.; Ranieri, A. 2018. UV-B pre-treatment alters phenolics response to Monilinia fructicola infection in a structure-dependent way in peach skin. Frontiers in Plant Science 9, 1598.

Schlotz, N.; Odongo, G.A.; Herz, C.; Waßmer, H.; Kühn, C.; Hanschen, F.S.; Neugart, S.; Binder, N.; Ngwene, B.; Schreiner, M.; Rohn, S.; Lamy, E. 2018. Are raw Brassica vegetables healthier than cooked ones? A randomized, controlled crossover intervention trial on the health-promoting potential of Ethiopian kale. Nutrients 10, 1622.

Schröter, D.; Baldermann, S.; Schreiner, M.; Witzel, K.; Maul, R.; Rohn, S.; Neugart, S. 2018. Natural diversity of hydroxycinnamic acid derivatives, flavonoid glycosides, carotenoids and chlorophylls in leaves of six different amaranth species. Food Chemistry 267, 376-386.

#Verwimp, P.; Justino, P.; Brück, T. The microeconomics of violent conflict. Journal of Development Economics.

Vollmer, M.; Esders, S.; Farquharson, F.; Neugart, S.; Duncan, S.; Schreiner, M.; Louis, P.; Maul, R.; Rohn, S. 2018. Mutual interaction of phenolic compounds and microbiota: Metabolism of complex phenolic apigenin C- and kaempferol O-derivatives by human fecal samples. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 66, 485-497.

2019

Frede, K.; Schreiner, M.; Baldermann, S. 2019. Light quality-induced changes of carotenoid composition in pak choi Brassica rapa ssp. chinensis. Journal of Photochemistry & Photobiology, B: Biology 193, 18-30.

Groenbaek, M.; Tybirk, E.; Neugart, S.; Kraemer Sundekilde; U.; Schreiner, M.; Lakkenborg Kristensen, H. 2019.  Flavonoid glycosides and hydroxycinnamic acid derivatives in baby leaf rapeseed from white and yellow flowering cultivars with repeated harvest in a 2-years field study. Frontiers in Plant Sciences 10:355.

Hanschen, F.S.; Baldermann, S.; Brobrowski, A.; Maikath, A.; Wiesner-Reinhold, M.; Rohn, S.; Schreiner, M. 2019. Identification of N-acetyl-S-(3-cyano-2-(methylsulfanyl)propyl-cysteine as a major human urine metabolite from the epithionitrile 1-cyano-2,3-epithiopropane, the main glucosinolate hydrolysis product from cabbage. Nutrients 11, 908.

Klopsch, R., Baldermann, S., Hanschen, F.S., Voss, A, Rohn, S, Schreiner, M, Neugart, S. Brassica-enriched wheat bread: Unraveling the impact of ontogeny and breadmaking on bioactive secondary plant metabolites of pak choi and kale, Food Chemistry, 295, 412-422.

Kołodziejski, D.; Pilipczuk, T.; Piekarska, A.; Kusznierewicz, B.; Tietz, F.; Hanschen, F.S.; Namiesnik, J.; Bartoszek, A. 2019. Relationship between conversion rate of glucosinolates to isothiocyanates/indoles and genotoxicity of individual parts of Brassica vegetables. European Food Research and Technology 245 (2): 383-400.

Rodríguez-Calzada, T.; Qian, M.; Strid, Å; Neugart, S.; Schreiner, M.; Torres-Pachecoa, I.; Guevara-Gonzáleza, R.G. 2019. Effect of UV-B radiation on morphology, phenolic compound production, gene expression, and subsequent drought stress responses in chili pepper (Capsicum annuum L.). Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 134, 94-102.

Schreiner, M.; Mewis, I.; Neugart, S.; Zrenner, R.; Glaab, J.; Wiesner, M.;  Jansen, M.A.K. 2019. UV-B Elicitation of Secondary Plant Metabolites. In: III-Nitride Ultraviolet Emitters – Technology & Applications (Eds. M. Kneissl and J. Raß), Springer Series in Materials Science Vol. 227, 387-414

Schröter, D.; Neugart, S.; Schreiner, M.; Grune, T.; Rohn, S.; Ott, Ch. 2019. Amaranth’s 2-caffeoylisocitric acid—an anti-inflammatory caffeic acid derivative that impairs NF-κB signaling in LPS-challenged RAW 264.7 macrophages. Nutrients 11(3), 571.

Tran, H.; Schlotz, N.; Schreiner, M.; Lamy, E. 2019. Short-term dietary intervention with cooked but not raw Brassica leafy vegetables increases telomerase activity in CD8+ lymphocytes in a randomized human trial. Nutrients 11, 786.

Wiesner-Reinhold, M.; Barknowitz, G.; Florian, S.; Mewis, I.; Schumacher, F.; Schreiner, M.; Glatt, H. 2019. 1-Methoxy-3-indolylmethyl DNA adducts in six tissues, and blood protein adducts, in mice under pak choi diet: time course and persistence. Archives of Toxicology. 2019 April 15

Yadav, H; Dreher, D; Athmer, B; Porzel, A; Gavrin, A; Baldermann, S; Tissier, AF; Hause B. 2019 Medicago TERPENE SYNTHASE 10 is involved in defense against an oomycete root pathogen, Plant Physiology

 

Articles in other journals

2016

Hanschen, F.S. 2016. Epithionitrile in Brassica-Gemüse. Deutsche Lebensmittel-Rundschau 112 (1), 6-11.

Klopsch, R.; Bußler, S.; Rauh, C. 2016. Sprossenbrot & Co. -Alternative für gesunde Ernährung. Ernährung und Medizin 31, 131-133.

Schreiner, M. 2016. Gemüsesträuße als neuer Markt – essbares Geschenk als cooles Mitbringsel. Gemüse 52 (1), 9.

Schreiner, M. 2016. Maca-Wurzeln – neues und altes Superfood. Gemüse 52 (2), 9.

Schreiner, M. 2016. Erkältungen und Co – Gemüse als Vitamin-C-Lieferant. Gemüse 52 (3), 9.

Schreiner, M. 2016. Grüne Smoothies – mehr als eine neues Getränk? Gemüse 52 (4), 9.

Schreiner, M. 2016. Durch den Verzehr von Möhren lässt sich das Brustkrebsrisiko vermindern. Gemüse 52 (5), 9.

Schreiner, M. 2016. Durch Gemüseverzehr Leben retten. Gemüse 52 (6), 9.

Schreiner, M. 2016. Kinder essen mehr Gemüse – kindgerechte Videos machen es vor. Gemüse 52 (7), 9.

Schreiner, M. 2016. Grill-Gardening – „Grünes Grillen“ mit Gemüse und Kräutern. Gemüse 52 (8), 9.

Schreiner, M. 2016. Nicht nur Gemüse ist mehr als ein Nahrungsmittel – das gilt auch für Kräuter. Gemüse 52 (9), 9.

Schreiner, M. 2016. Trendgemüse Grünkohl – norddeutsche Sorten mit viel antikanzerogenem Potential. Gemüse 52 (10), 9.

Schreiner, M. 2016. Gemüse gehört zum guten Ton. Gemüse 52 (11), 9.

Schreiner, M. 2016. Glucosinolate der Kapuzinerkresse beeinflussen den Zucker- und Entgiftungsstoffwechsel. Gemüse 52 (12), 9.

Schreiner, M.; Baldermann, S.; Neugart, S.; Wiesner, M. 2016. Gemüse- Vielfalt auch bei den sekundären Pflanzenstoffen. Gemüse 52 (10), 44-47.

2017

Schreiner, M. 2017. Chili und Ingwer – das neue Dreamteam. Gemüse 53 (1), 9.

Schreiner, M. 2017. Lycopin und Carotin nehmen im Blutspiegel mit zunehmendem Alter ab. Gemüse 53 (2), 9.

Schreiner, M. 2017. Zeaxanthin und Lutein mindern das Erkrankungsrisiko an Grauen Star. Gemüse 53 (3), 9.

Schreiner, M. 2017. Gemüse und Co beugen Entzündungen vor. Gemüse 53 (4), 9.

Schreiner, M. 2017. Obst und Gemüse – zehn Portionen am Tag sind besser als fünf. Gemüse 53 (5), 9.

Schreiner, M. 2017. Curcumin gegen Morbus Parkinson. Gemüse 53 (6), 9.

Schreiner, M. 2017. Gemüse – zu schade für die Tonne. Gemüse 53 (7), 9.

Schreiner, M. 2017. Tomaten-Extrakt gegen Magenkrebs. Gemüse 53 (8), 9.

Schreiner, M. 2017. Mit Brokkoli gegen Autismus. Gemüse 53 (9), 9.

Schreiner, M. 2017. Falcarinol in Apiaceae-Gemüsearten unterstützt Brustkrebstherapie. Gemüse 53 (10), 9.

Schreiner, M. 2017. Tomaten zur Gewinnung von grünen Arzneimitteln. Gemüse 53 (11), 9.

Schreiner, M. 2017. Brokkoli im Einsatz bei der Darmkrebstherapie. Gemüse 53 (12), 9.

2018

Schreiner, M. 2018. Erbsenprotein lässt Fettleber schrumpfen. Gemüse 54 (1), 9.

Schreiner, M. 2018. Knoblauch zur Ergänzung der Mukoviszidose-Therapie. Gemüse 54 (2), 9.

Schreiner, M. 2018. Schützt grünes Gemüse vor Demenz? Gemüse 54 (3), 9.

Schreiner, M. 2018. Tomaten wirken dem Leistungsabbau der Lunge entgegen. Gemüse 54 (4), 9.

Schreiner, M. 2018. Polyphenole gegen Karies und Zahnfleischentzündungen. Gemüse 54 (5), 9.

Schreiner, M. 2018. Ballaststoffe gegen Hämorrhoiden. Gemüse 54 (6), 9.

Schreiner, M. 2018. Ätherische Öle gegen Pilzerkrankungen. Gemüse 54 (7), 9.

 

Work and discussion papers

2017

Baliki, G.; Brück, T.; Ferguson, NTN.; Kebede, S. 2017. Micro-foundations of fragility: Concept, measurements, and application. IZA Discussion Paper No. 11188.

Brück, T.; Justino, P.; Martin-Shields, CP. 2017. Conflict and development: Recent research advances and future agendas. WIDER Working Paper, 178/2017.

2018

Brück, T.; Mahé, C.; Naudé, W. 2018. Return Migration and Self Employment: Evidence from Kyrgyzstan. IZA Discussion Papers, Nr. 11332.

 

Editorship of edited volumes

2017

Brueckner, B., Feller, C., Graefe, J., Mueller, A. 2017. 14th International Asparagus Symposium Potsdam. Gartenbauliche Berichte Heft 7, IGZ, pp 80, ISSN 1437-3394.

Brueckner, B.; Piontek, E. 2017. Jahresbericht 2015/16 IGZ, Großbeeren, Germany.

2018

#Brück, T.; d’Errico, M., (Eds.) Special Issue: Food Security and Violent Conflict. World Development.

Brückner, B., Feller, C.; Graefe, J. 2018. XIV International Asparagus Symposium. ISHS Acta Hortic. 1223.

#Verwimp, P.; Justino, P.; Brück, T. (Eds.) Special Issue: Micro-Economics of Violent Conflict. Journal of Development Economics.

 

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