Friedrich-Wilhelm Bentrup, PhD

University of Salzburg, Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria 
Botany, Plant physiology
"Friedrich-Wilhelm Bentrup"
Cross-listing: Physiology Academic Tree


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Erwin Bünning grad student Universität Tübingen (Physiology Academic Tree)
Lionel Jaffe post-doc Penn (Neurotree)


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Johann Peter Gogarten grad student 1986 University of Giessen (Cell Biology Tree)
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Westhoff M, Zimmermann D, Schneider H, et al. (2009) Evidence for discontinuous water columns in the xylem conduit of tall birch trees. Plant Biology (Stuttgart, Germany). 11: 307-27
Westhoff M, Zimmermann D, Zimmermann G, et al. (2009) Distribution and function of epistomatal mucilage plugs Protoplasma. 235: 101-105
Westhoff M, Schneider H, Zimmermann D, et al. (2008) The mechanisms of refilling of xylem conduits and bleeding of tall birch during spring. Plant Biology (Stuttgart, Germany). 10: 604-23
Zimmermann D, Reuss R, Westhoff M, et al. (2008) A novel, non-invasive, online-monitoring, versatile and easy plant-based probe for measuring leaf water status. Journal of Experimental Botany. 59: 3157-67
Zimmermann D, Westhoff M, Zimmermann G, et al. (2007) Foliar water supply of tall trees: evidence for mucilage-facilitated moisture uptake from the atmosphere and the impact on pressure bomb measurements. Protoplasma. 232: 11-34
Bentrup FW. (2007) New tools to explore the apoplast The Apoplast of Higher Plants: Compartment of Storage, Transport and Reactions: the Significance of the Apoplast For the Mineral Nutrition of Higher Plants. 203-205
Obermeyer G, Gehwolf R, Sebesta W, et al. (2004) Over-expression and production of plant allergens by molecular farming strategies. Methods (San Diego, Calif.). 32: 235-40
Zimmermann U, Schneider H, Wegner LH, et al. (2002) What are the driving forces for water lifting in the xylem conduit? Physiologia Plantarum. 114: 327-335
Ibrahim H, Pertl H, Pittertschatscher K, et al. (2002) Release of an acid phosphatase activity during lily pollen tube growth involves components of the secretory pathway Protoplasma. 219: 176-183
Zimmermann U, Wagner HJ, Schneider H, et al. (2000) Water ascent in plants: The ongoing debate (multiple letters) Trends in Plant Science. 5: 145-147
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