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zur Vergrößerungsansicht des Bildes: Mikroskopisches Bild der Grünalgae Chlamydomonas reinhardtii mit einem Hemmhof durch Meatbolite eines Bakteriums.
Grünalge Chlamydomonas reinhardtii mit Hemmhof (Foto: Magdalena Rose)
  • Böhmer, S.; Marx, C.; Goss, R.; Gilbert, M.; Sasso, S.; Happe, T.; Hemschemeier, A.
    Chlamydomonas reinhardtii mutants deficient for Old Yellow
    Enzyme 3 exhibit increased photooxidative stress.

    Plant Direct. 7:e480.

  • Riedl, V.; Portius, M.; Heiser, L.; Riedl, P.; Jakob, T.; Gehring, R.; Berg, T.; Pompe, T.
    Development of a synthesis strategy for sulfamethoxazole derivatives and their coupling with hydrogel microparticles.
    Journal of Materials Chemistry B 11:4695-4702.

  • Krumbholz, J.; Ishida, K.; Baunach, M.; Teikari, J.E.; Rose, M.M.; Sasso, S.; Hertweck, C.; Dittmann, E.
    Deciphering chemical mediators regulating specialized metabolism
    in a symbiotic cyanobacterium.

    Angewandte Chemie International Edition Engl. 61:e202204545.

  • Büchel, C.; Goss, R.; Bailleul, B.; Campbell, D.A.; Lavaud, J.; Lepetit, B.
    Photosynthetic light reactions in diatoms. I. The lipids and light-harvesting complexes of the thylakoid membrane.
    In: A. Falciatore, T. Mock (eds.), The Molecular Life of Diatoms, Springer Nature Switzerland AG. pp. 397-422.

  • Lepetit, B.; Campbell, D.A.; Lavaud, J.; Büchel, C.; Goss, R.; Bailleul, B.
    Photosynthetic light reactions in diatoms. II. The dynamic regulation of the various light reactions.
    In: A. Falciatore, T. Mock (eds.), The Molecular Life of Diatoms, Springer Nature Switzerland AG. pp. 423-463.

  • Goss, R.; Volke, D.; Werner, L.E.; Kunz, R.; Kansy, M.; Hoffmann, R.; Wilhelm, C.
    Isolation of fucoxanthin chlorophyll protein complexes of the centric diatom Thalassiosira pseudonana associated with the xanthophyll cycle enzyme diadinoxanthin de-epoxidase.
    IUBMB Life: 1-11.

  • Grund, M.; Jakob, T.; Toepel, J.; Schmid, A.; Wilhelm, C.; Bühler, B.
    Heterologous lactate synthesis in Synechocystis sp. strain PCC 6803 causes a growth condition-dependent carbon sink effect.
    Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 88:e00063-22.

  • Ludwig, A.D.; Doktor, D.; Goss, R.; Sasso, S.; Feilhauer H.
    The leaf is always greener on the other side of the lab: Optical in-situ indicators for leaf chlorophyll content need improvement for semi-natural grassland areas.
    Ecological Indicators. 143:109424.

  • Krespach, M.K.C.; Stroe, M.C.; Flak, M.; Komor, A.J.; Nitzsche, S.; Sasso, S.; Hertweck, C.; Brakhage, A.A.
    Bacterial marginolactones trigger formation of algal gloeocapsoids, protective aggregates on the verge of multicellularity.
    Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences USA. 118:e2100892118.

  • Rose, M.; Scheer, D.; Hou, Y; Hotter, V.; Komor, A.J.; Ajyar, P.; Scherlach, K.; Vergara, F.; Yan, Q.; Loper, J.; Jakob, T.; van Dam, N.; Hertweck, C.; Mittag, M.; Sasso, S.
    The bacterium Pseudomonas protegens antagonizes the microalga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii using a blend of toxins.
    Environmental Microbiology. 23: 5525–5540.

  • Hotter, V.; Zopf, D.; Kim, H.J.; Silge, A; Schmitt, M.; Ajyar, P.; Fleck, J.; Matthäus, C.; Hniopek, J.; Yan, Q.; Loper, J.; Sasso, S.; Hertweck, C; Popp, J.; Mittag, M.
    A polyyne toxin produced by an antagonistic bacterium blinds and lyses a Chlamydomonad alga.
    Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences USA. 118:e2107695118.

  • Goss, R.; Schwarz, C.; Matzner, M.; Wilhelm, C.
    Influence of the compatible solute sucrose on thylakoid membrane organization and violaxanthin de‑epoxidation.
    Planta. 254: 52.

  • Bozzato, D.; Jakob, T.; Wilhelm, C.; Trimborn, S.
    Effects of iron limitation on carbon balance and photophysiology of the Antarctic diatom Chaetoceros cf. simplex.
    Polar Biology. 44: 275–287.

  • Kansy, M.; Volke, D.; Sturm, L.; Wilhelm, C.; Hofmann, R.; Goss, R. 
    Pre-purification of diatom pigment protein complexes provides insight into the heterogeneity of FCP complexes.
    BMC Plant Biology. 20:456.

  • Goss, R.; Latowski, D. 
    Lipid dependence of xanthophyll cycling.
    Frontiers of Plant Sciences. 11:455.

  • Wilhelm, C.; Goss, R.; Garab, G.
    The fluid-mosaic membrane theory in the context of photosynthetic membranes: Is the thylakoid membrane more like a mixed crystal or like a fluid?
    Journal of Plant Physiology. 252:153246.

  • Zill, J. C.; Kansy, M.; Goss, R.; Alia, A.; Wilhelm, C.; Matysik, J. 
    15N photo-CIDNP MAS NMR on both photosystems and magnetic field-dependent 13C photo-CIDNP MAS NMR in photosystem II of the diatom Phaeodactylum tricornutum.
    Photosynthesis Research. 140:151–171.
  • Taubert, A.; Jakob, T.; Wilhelm, C.
    Glycolate from microalgae: an efficient carbon source for biotechnological applications.
    Plant Biotechnology Journal. 17:1538-1546.

  • Nagel, R.
    Pyrethrin biosynthesis: From a phytohormone to specialized metabolite.
    Plant Physiology. 181:836–837.

  • Nagel, R.; Schmidt, A.; Peters, R. J.
    Isoprenyl diphosphate synthases: the chain length determining step in terpene biosynthesis.
    Planta. 249:9–20. 

  • Maskow, T.; Rothe, A.; Jakob, T.; Paufler, S.; Wilhelm, C.  
    Photocalorespirometry (Photo-CR): A novel method for access to photosynthetic energy conversion efficiency.
    Scientific Reports. 9:1–13.

  • Lackus, N. D.; Petersen, N. P.; Nagel, R.; Schmidt, A.; Irmisch, S.; Gershenzon, J.; Köllner, T. G.  
    Identification and characterization of trans-Isopentenyl diphosphate synthases involved in herbivory-induced volatile terpene formation in Populus trichocarpa.
    Molecules. 24:2408.

  • Grund, M.; Jakob, T.; Wilhelm, C.; Bühler, B.; Schmid, A.
    Electron balancing under different sink conditions reveals positive effects on photon efficiency and metabolic activity of Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803.
    Biotechnology for Biofuels. 12:43.

  • Bozzato, D.; Jakob, T.; Wilhelm, C.
    Effects of temperature and salinity on respiratory losses and the ratio of photosynthesis to respiration in representative Antarctic phytoplankton species.
    PLOS ONE. 14:e0224101. 

  • Bojko, M.; Olchawa‐Pajor, M.; Goss, R.; Schaller‐Laudel, S.; Strzałka, K.; Latowski, D. 
    Diadinoxanthin de-epoxidation as important factor in the short-term stabilization of diatom photosynthetic membranes exposed to different temperatures.
    Plant, Cell & Environment. 42:1270–1286.

  • Sasso S, Stibor H, Mittag M, Grossman AR
    From molecular manipulation of domesticated Chlamydomonas reinhardtii to survival in nature.
    eLife 7
  • Nagel R, Bieber JE, Schmidt-Dannert MG, Nett RS, Peters RJ
    A third class: Functional gibberellin biosynthetic operon in beta-Proteobacteria.
    Front. Microbiol. 9
  • Nagel R, Peters R
    Probing the specificity of CYP112 in bacterial gibberellin biosynthesis.
    Biochemical Journal 475:2167–2177
  • Nagel R, Peters RJ
    Diverging Mechanisms: Cytochrome-P450-catalyzed demethylation and γ-lactone formation in bacterial gibberellin biosynthesis.
    Angewandte Chemie 130:6190–6193
  • Nagel R, Thomas JA, Adekunle FA, Mann FM, Peters RJ
    Arginine in the FARM and SARM: A role in chain-length determination for arginine in the aspartate-rich motifs of isoprenyl diphosphate synthases from Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
    Molecules 23:2546
  • Heimerl N1), Hommel E1), Westermann M, Meichsner D, Lohr M, Hertweck C, Grossman AR, Mittag M, Sasso S
    A giant type I polyketide synthase participates in zygospore maturation in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii.
    The Plant Journal 95:268–281
  • Gilbert M, Bährs H, Steinberg CEW, Wilhelm C
    The artificial humic substance HS1500 does not inhibit photosynthesis of the green alga Desmodesmus armatus in vivo but interacts with the photosynthetic apparatus of isolated spinach thylakoids in vitro.
    Photosynth Res 137:403–420

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  • Wagner H, Jakob T, Fanesi A, Wilhelm C
    Towards an understanding of the molecular regulation of carbon allocation in diatoms: the interaction of energy and carbon allocation.
    Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 372:20160410
  • Nett RS, Montanares M, Marcassa A, Lu X, Nagel R, Charles TC, Hedden P, Rojas MC, Peters RJ
    Elucidation of gibberellin biosynthesis in bacteria reveals convergent evolution.
    Nat Chem Biol 13:69–74
  • Nagel R, J. Peters R
    18O2 labeling experiments illuminate the oxidation of ent-aurene in bacterial gibberellin biosynthesis.
    Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry 15:7566–7571
  • Nagel R, Peters RJ
    Investigating the phylogenetic range of gibberellin biosynthesis in bacteria.
    MPMI 30:343–349
  • Nagel R1), Turrini PCG1), Nett RS, Leach JE, Verdier V, Sluys M-AV, Peters RJ
    An operon for production of bioactive gibberellin A4 phytohormone with wide distribution in the bacterial rice leaf streak pathogen Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzicola.
    New Phytologist 214:1260–1266
  • Mann M, Serif M, Jakob T, Kroth PG, Wilhelm C
    PtAUREO1a and PtAUREO1b knockout mutants of the diatom Phaeodactylum tricornutum are blocked in photoacclimation to blue light.
    Journal of Plant Physiology 217:44–48
  • Müller N, Wenzel S, Zou Y, Künzel S, Sasso S, Weiß D, Prager K, Grossman A, Kottke T, Mittag M
    A plant cryptochrome controls key features of the Chlamydomonas circadian clock and its life cycle.
    Plant Physiology 174:185–201
  • Kansy M, Gurowietz A, Wilhelm C, Goss R
    An optimized protocol for the preparation of oxygen-evolving thylakoid membranes from Cyclotella meneghiniana provides a tool for the investigation of diatom plastidic electron transport.
    BMC Plant Biology 17:221
  • Hirth M, Liverani S, Mahlow S, Bouget F-Y, Pohnert G, Sasso S
    Metabolic profiling identifies trehalose as an abundant and diurnally fluctuating metabolite in the microalga Ostreococcus tauri.
    Metabolomics 13:68
  • Goss R, Greifenhagen A, Bergner J, Volke D, Hoffmann R, Wilhelm C, Schaller-Laudel S
    Direct isolation of a functional violaxanthin cycle domain from thylakoid membranes of higher plants.
    Planta 245:793–806
  • Aiyar P, Schaeme D, García-Altares M, Flores DC, Dathe H, Hertweck C, Sasso S2), Mittag M2)
    Antagonistic bacteria disrupt calcium homeostasis and immobilize algal cells.
    Nat Commun 8:1–13

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  • Zill JC, Kansy M, Goss R, Köhler L, Alia A, Wilhelm C, Matysik J
    Photo-CIDNP in the reaction center of the diatom Cyclotella meneghiniana observed by 13C MAS NMR.
    Zeitschrift für Physikalische Chemie 231:347–367
  • Wagner H, Jakob T, Lavaud J, Wilhelm C
    Photosystem II cycle activity and alternative electron transport in the diatom Phaeodactylum tricornutum under dynamic light conditions and nitrogen limitation.
    Photosynth Res 128:151–161
  • Schramm A, Jakob T, Wilhelm C
    The impact of the optical properties and respiration of algal cells with truncated antennae on biomass production under simulated outdoor conditions.
    Current Biotechnology 5:142–153
  • Kortbeek RWJ, Xu J, Ramirez A, Spyropoulou E, Diergaarde P, Otten-Bruggeman I, de Both M, Nagel R, Schmidt A, Schuurink RC, Bleeker PM
    Engineering of Tomato glandular trichomes for the production of specialized metabolites.
    In: O’Connor SE, editor(s). Methods in Enzymology. Academic Press; p. 305–331.
  • Helliwell KE, Lawrence AD, Holzer A, Kudahl UJ, Sasso S, Kräutler B, Scanlan DJ, Warren MJ, Smith AG
    Cyanobacteria and eukaryotic algae use different chemical variants of vitamin B12.
    Current Biology 26:999–1008
  • Garab G, Ughy B, Goss R
    Role of MGDG and non-bilayer lipid phases in the structure and dynamics of chloroplast thylakoid membranes.
    In: Nakamura Y, Li-Beisson Y, editor(s). Lipids in Plant and Algae Development. Cham: Springer International Publishing; p. 127–157.
  • Dunker S, Nadrowski K, Jakob T, Kasprzak P, Becker A, Langner U, Kunath C, Harpole S, Wilhelm C
    Assessing in situ dominance pattern of phytoplankton classes by dominance analysis as a proxy for realized niches.
    Harmful Algae 58:74–84
  • Barton KA, Schattat MH, Jakob T, Hause G, Wilhelm C, Mckenna JF, Máthé C, Runions J, Damme DV, Mathur J
    Epidermal pavement cells of Arabidopsis have chloroplasts.
    Plant Physiol. 171:723–726
  • Beran F, Rahfeld P, Luck K, Nagel R, Vogel H, Wielsch N, Irmisch S, Ramasamy S, Gershenzon J, Heckel DG, Köllner TG
    Novel family of terpene synthases evolved from trans-isoprenyl diphosphate synthases in a flea beetle.
    PNAS 113:2922–2927

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