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Jens Kossmann
Jens Kossmann
Professor of Genetics, Stellenbosch University
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Starch: its metabolism, evolution, and biotechnological modification in plants
SC Zeeman, J Kossmann, AM Smith
Annual review of plant biology 61 (1), 209-234, 2010
11872010
Understanding and influencing starch biochemistry
J Kossmann, J Lloyd
Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences 19 (3), 171-226, 2000
3932000
The Arabidopsis sex1 Mutant Is Defective in the R1 Protein, a General Regulator of Starch Degradation in Plants, and Not in the Chloroplast Hexose Transporter
TS Yu, H Kofler, RE Hausler, D Hille, UI Flugge, SC Zeeman, AM Smith, ...
The Plant Cell 13 (8), 1907-1918, 2001
3832001
The starch-related R1 protein is an α-glucan, water dikinase
G Ritte, JR Lloyd, N Eckermann, A Rottmann, J Kossmann, M Steup
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (10), 7166-7171, 2002
3772002
One of two different ADP-glucose pyrophosphorylase genes from potato responds strongly to elevated levels of sucrose
BT Müller-Röber, J Koßmann, LC Hannah, L Willmitzer, U Sonnewald
Molecular and General Genetics MGG 224, 136-146, 1990
3701990
Inhibition of a starch-granule–bound protein leads to modified starch and repression of cold sweetening
R Lorberth, G Ritte, L Willmitzer, J Kossmann
Nature biotechnology 16 (5), 473-477, 1998
3301998
Downregulation of a chloroplast‐targeted β‐amylase leads to a starch‐excess phenotype in leaves
A Scheidig, A Fröhlich, S Schulze, JR Lloyd, J Kossmann
The Plant Journal 30 (5), 581-591, 2002
2822002
Regulation of starch metabolism: the age of enlightenment?
O Kötting, J Kossmann, SC Zeeman, JR Lloyd
Current opinion in plant biology 13 (3), 320-328, 2010
2492010
Increased potato tuber size resulting from apoplastic expression of a yeast invertase
U Sonnewald, MR Hajirezaei, J Kossmann, A Heyer, RN Trethewey, ...
Nature biotechnology 15 (8), 794-797, 1997
2301997
Cloning and functional analysis of a cDNA encoding a novel 139 kDa starch synthase from potato (Solanum tuberosum L.)
GJW Abel, F Springer, L Willmitzer, J Kossmann
The Plant Journal 10 (6), 981-991, 1996
2151996
Reduction of the chloroplastic fructose‐1, 6‐bisphosphatase in transgenic potato plants impairs photosynthesis and plant growth
J Kossmann, U Sonnewald, L Willmitzer
The Plant Journal 6 (5), 637-650, 1994
2081994
Starch content and yield increase as a result of altering adenylate pools in transgenic plants
B Regierer, AR Fernie, F Springer, A Perez-Melis, A Leisse, K Koehl, ...
Nature biotechnology 20 (12), 1256-1260, 2002
2042002
Simultaneous antisense inhibition of two starch-synthase isoforms in potato tubers leads to accumulation of grossly modified amylopectin
JR Lloyd, V LANDSCHÜTZE, J Kossmann
Biochemical Journal 338 (2), 515-521, 1999
1781999
Antisense inhibition of plastidial phosphoglucomutase provides compelling evidence that potato tuber amyloplasts import carbon from the cytosol in the form of glucose‐6‐phosphate
E Tauberger, AR Fernie, M Emmermann, A Renz, J Kossmann, ...
The Plant Journal 23 (1), 43-53, 2000
1752000
Cloning and expression analysis of a potato cDNA that encodes branching enzyme evidence for co-expression of starch biosynthetic genes
J Koßmann, RGF Visser, B Müller-Röber, L Willmitzer, U Sonnewald
Molecular and General Genetics MGG 230, 39-44, 1991
1751991
Leaf starch degradation comes out of the shadows
JR Lloyd, J Kossmann, G Ritte
Trends in plant science 10 (3), 130-137, 2005
1722005
FTIR spectroscopy for grape and wine analysis
R Bauer, H Nieuwoudt, FF Bauer, J Kossmann, KR Koch, KH Esbensen
Analytical chemistry 80 (5), 1371-1379, 2008
1712008
Antisense inhibition of the GDP‐mannose pyrophosphorylase reduces the ascorbate content in transgenic plants leading to developmental changes during senescence
R Keller, FS Renz, J Kossmann
The Plant Journal 19 (2), 131-141, 1999
1711999
Starches from A to C (Chlamydomonas reinhardtii as a model microbial system to investigate the biosynthesis of the plant amylopectin crystal)
A Buléon, DJ Gallant, B Bouchet, G Mouille, C d'Hulst, J Kossmann, S Ball
Plant Physiology 115 (3), 949-957, 1997
1671997
Sugar and acid-related quality attributes and enzyme activities in strawberry fruits: Invertase is the main sucrose hydrolysing enzyme
CE Basson, JH Groenewald, J Kossmann, C Cronjé, R Bauer
Food Chemistry 121 (4), 1156-1162, 2010
1622010
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