Michael Knoblauch

Washington State University, Pullman, WA, United States 
"Michael Knoblauch"



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Aart Jan Eeuwe van Bel grad student 2000 Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen
 (Entwicklung neuer Methoden zur Untersuchung der Struktur und Funktion des Transportphloems in vivo)
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Knoblauch J, Knoblauch M, Vasina VV, et al. (2019) Sieve elements rapidly develop 'nacreous walls' following injury - a common wounding response? The Plant Journal : For Cell and Molecular Biology
Howell AH, Peters WS, Knoblauch M. (2019) The diffusive injection micropipette (DIMP). Journal of Plant Physiology. 244: 153060
Mullendore DL, Ross-Elliott T, Liu Y, et al. (2018) Non-dispersive phloem-protein bodies (NPBs) of consist of a SEOR protein and do not respond to cell wounding and Ca. Peerj. 6: e4665
Knoblauch M, Peters WS, Bell K, et al. (2018) Sieve-element differentiation and phloem sap contamination. Current Opinion in Plant Biology. 43: 43-49
Knoblauch M, Peters WS. (2017) What actually is the Münch hypothesis? A short history of assimilate transport by mass flow. Journal of Integrative Plant Biology
Ross-Elliott TJ, Jensen KH, Haaning KS, et al. (2017) Phloem unloading in Arabidopsis roots is convective and regulated by the phloem-pole pericycle. Elife. 6
Knoblauch J, Tepler Drobnitch S, Peters WS, et al. (2016) In situ microscopy reveals reversible cell wall swelling in kelp sieve tubes: one mechanism for turgor generation and flow control? Plant, Cell & Environment. 39: 1727-36
Knoblauch J, Peters WS, Knoblauch M. (2016) The gelatinous extracellular matrix facilitates transport studies in kelp: visualization of pressure-induced flow reversal across sieve plates. Annals of Botany. 117: 599-606
Knoblauch M, Peters WS. (2015) Think outside the sieve element! Plant, Cell & Environment
Knoblauch J, Mullendore DL, Jensen KH, et al. (2014) Pico gauges for minimally invasive intracellular hydrostatic pressure measurements. Plant Physiology. 166: 1271-9
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