Aart Jan Eeuwe van Bel

Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen, Gießen, Hessen, Germany 
"Aart Jan Eeuwe van Bel" "Aart J.E. van Bel"

DOI: 10.1104/pp.57.6.911 Acknowledgment -The author wishes to thank Professor dr. J. van Die for valuable criticism


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Jacobus van Die grad student 1978 Utrecht
 (Lateral transport of amino acids and sugars during flow through the xylem)
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Furch AC, Buxa SV, van Bel AJ. (2015) Similar Intracellular Location and Stimulus Reactivity, but Differential Mobility of Tailless (Vicia faba) and Tailed Forisomes (Phaseolus vulgaris) in Intact Sieve Tubes. Plos One. 10: e0143920
van Bel AJ, Furch AC, Will T, et al. (2014) Spread the news: systemic dissemination and local impact of Ca²⁺ signals along the phloem pathway. Journal of Experimental Botany. 65: 1761-87
Hafke JB, Höll SR, Kühn C, et al. (2013) Electrophysiological approach to determine kinetic parameters of sucrose uptake by single sieve elements or phloem parenchyma cells in intact Vicia faba plants. Frontiers in Plant Science. 4: 274
Hafke JB, Ehlers K, Föller J, et al. (2013) Involvement of the sieve element cytoskeleton in electrical responses to cold shocks. Plant Physiology. 162: 707-19
Zimmermann MR, Hafke JB, van Bel AJ, et al. (2013) Interaction of xylem and phloem during exudation and wound occlusion in Cucurbita maxima. Plant, Cell & Environment. 36: 237-47
Knoblauch M, Stubenrauch M, van Bel AJ, et al. (2012) Forisome performance in artificial sieve tubes. Plant, Cell & Environment. 35: 1419-27
van Bel AJ, Furch AC, Hafke JB, et al. (2011) (Questions)n on phloem biology. 2. Mass flow, molecular hopping, distribution patterns and macromolecular signalling. Plant Science : An International Journal of Experimental Plant Biology. 181: 325-30
van Bel AJ, Knoblauch M, Furch AC, et al. (2011) (Questions)(n) on phloem biology. 1. Electropotential waves, Ca2+ fluxes and cellular cascades along the propagation pathway. Plant Science : An International Journal of Experimental Plant Biology. 181: 210-8
Fuchs M, van Bel AJ, Ehlers K. (2011) Do symplasmic networks in cambial zones correspond with secondary growth patterns? Protoplasma. 248: 141-51
Peters WS, Haffer D, Hanakam CB, et al. (2010) Legume phylogeny and the evolution of a unique contractile apparatus that regulates phloem transport. American Journal of Botany. 97: 797-808
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