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Ausgewählte Veröffentlichungen in High-Impact-Zeitschriften (Impact Factor ˃ 5.000) /

Selected publications in high-impact journals (impact factor ˃ 5.000)

 

 

1. Science: 41.845

 

Cai, D.G., Kleine, M., Kifle, S., Harloff, H.J., Sandal, N.N., Marcker, K.A., Klein-Lankhorst, R.M., Salentijn, E.M.J., Lange, W., Stiekema, W.J., Wyss, U., Grundler, F.M.W. & Jung, C. (1997): Positional cloning of a gene for nematode resistance in sugar beet. Science 275, 832-834.

 

2. Nature Plants: 13.256

 

Yu, P., He, X.M., Baer, M., Beirinckx, S., Tian, T., Moya, Y.A.T., Zhang, X.C., Deichmann, M., Frey, F.P., Bresgen, V., Li, C.J., Razavi, B.S., Schaaf, G., von Wirén, N., Su, Z., Bucher, M., Tsuda, K., Goormachtig, S., Chen, X.P. & Hochholdinger, F. (2021): Plant flavones enrich rhizosphere bacteria to improve maize performance under nitrogen deprivation. Nature Plants 7, https://doi.org/10.1038/s41477-021-00897-y.

 

3. Annual Review of Phytopathology: 12.623

 

Sijmons, P.C., Atkinson, H.J. & Wyss, U. (1994): Parasitic strategies of root nematodes and associated host-cell responses. Annual Review of Phytopathology 32, 235-259.

 

4. Nature Communications: 12.121

 

Kravchenko, A.N., Guber, A.K., Razavi, B.S., Koestel, J., Quigley, M.Y., Robertson, G.P. & Kuzyakov, Y. (2020): Reply to: “Variables in the effect of land use on soil extrapore enzymatic activity and carbon stabilization” by Glenn (2020). Nature Communications, 11, 6427.

 

Kravchenko, A.N., Guber, A.K., Razavi, B.S., Koestel, J., Quigley, M.Y., Robertson, G.P. & Kuzyakov, Y. (2019): Microbial spatial footprint as a driver of soil carbon stabilization. Nature Communications 10, 3121.

 

Guo, L.B., Qiu, J., Ye, C.Y., Jin, G.L., Mao, L.F., Zhang, H.Q., Yang, X.F., Peng, Q., Wang, Y.Y., Jia, L., Lin, Z.X., Li, G.M., Fu, F., Liu, C., Chen, L., Shen, E.H., Wang W.D., Chu, Q.J., Wu, D.Y., Wu, S.L., Xia, C.Y., Zhang, Y.F., Zhou, X.M., Wang, L.F., Wu, L.M., Song, W.J., Wang, Y.F., Shu, Q.Y., Aoki, D., Yumoto, E., Yokota, T., Miyamoto, K., Okada, K., Kim, D.-S., Cai, D.G., Zhang, C.L., Lou, Y.G., Qian, Q., Yamaguchi, H., Yamane, H., Kong, C.-H., Timko, M.P., Bai, L.Y. & Fan, L.J. (2017): Echinochloa crus-galli genome analysis provides insight into its adaptation and invasiveness as a weed. Nature Communications 8, 1031.

 

5. New Phytologist: 8.512

 

Shen, D., Suhrkamp, I., Wang, Y., Liu, S.Y., Menkhaus, J., Verreet, J.-A., Fan, L.J. & Cai, D.G. (2014): Identification and characterization of microRNAs in oilseed rape (Brassica napus) responsive to infection with the pathogenic fungus Verticillium longisporum using Brassica AA (Brassica rapa) and CC (Brassica oleracea) as reference genomes. New Phytologist 204, 577-594.

 

Vierheilig, H., Bennett, R., Kiddle, G., Kaldorf, M. & Ludwig-Müller, J. (2000): Differences in glucosinolate patterns and arbuscular mycorrhizal status of glucosinolate-containing plant species. New Phytologist 146, 343-352.

 

6. Plant Biotechnology Journal: 8.154

 

Pröbsting, M., Schenke, D., Hossain, R., Häder, C., Thurau, T., Wighardt, L., Schuster, A., Zhou, Z., Ye, W.Z., Rietz, S., Leckband, G. & Cai, D.G. (2020): Loss-of-function of CRT1a (Calreticulin) reduces plant susceptibility to Verticillium longisporum in both Arabidopsis thaliana and oilseed rape (Brassica napus). Plant Biotechnology Journal 18, 2328-2344.

 

7. Environment International: 7.577

 

Liu, S.B., Pu, S.Y., Deng, D.L., Huang, H.Y., Yan, C., Ma, H., Razavi, B.S. (2020): Comparable effects of manure and its biochar on reducing soil Cr bioavailability and narrowing the rhizosphere extent of enzyme activities. Environment International 134, 105277.

 

8. Plant Physiology: 6.902

 

Lin, W.F., Zhang, H., Huang, D.M., Schenke, D., Cai, D.G., Wu, B.H. & Miao, Y. (2020): Dual-localized WHIRLY1 affects salicylic acid biosynthesis via coordination of ISOCHORISMATE SYNTHASE1, PHENYLALANINE AMMONIA LYASE1 and S-ADENOSYL-L-METHIONINE-DEPENDENT METHYLTRANSFERASE1. Plant Physiology 184, 1884-1899.

 

Sun, C.A., Johnson, J.M., Cai, D.G., Sherameti, I., Oelmüller, R. & Lou, B.G. (2010): Piriformospora indica confers drought tolerance in Chinese cabbage leaves by stimulating antioxidant enzymes, the expression of drought-related genes and the plastid-localized CAS protein. Plant Physiology 167, 1009-1017.

 

Böckenhoff, A., Prior, D.A.M., Grundler, F.M.W. & Oparka, K.J. (1996): Induction of phloem unloading in Arabidopsis thaliana roots by the parasitic nematode Heterodera schachtii. Plant Physiology 112, 1421-1427.

 

9. Science of the Total Environment: 6.551

 

Liu, S.B., Wang, J.Y., Pu, S.Y., Blagodatskaya, E., Kuzyakov, Y. & Razavi, B.S. (2020): Impact of manure on soil biochemical properties: A global synthesis. Science of the Total Environment 745, 141003.

 

Song, X.N., Razavi, B.S., Ludwig, B., Zamanian, K., Zang, H.D., Kuzyakov, Y., Dippold, M.A. & Gunina, A. (2020): Combined biochar and nitrogen application stimulates enzyme activity and root plasticity. Science of the Total Environment 735, 139393.

 

10. Plant, Cell and Environment: 6.362

 

Zhou, Z., Schenke, D., Miao, Y. & Cai, D.G. (2017): Investigation of the crosstalk between the flg22 and the UV-B-induced flavonol pathway in Arabidopsis thaliana seedlings. Plant, Cell and Environment 40, 453-458.

 

Schenke, D., Cai, D.G. & Scheel, D. (2014): Suppression of UV-B stress responses by flg22 is regulated at the chromatin level via histone modification. Plant, Cell and Environment 37, 1716-1721.

 

Effendi, Y., Radatz, K., Labusch, C., Rietz, S., Wimalasekera, R., Helizon, H., Zeidler, M. & Scherer, G.F.E. (2014): Mutants of phospholipase A (pPLA-I) have a red light and auxin phenotype. Plant, Cell and Environment 37, 1626-1640.

 

11. Food Chemistry: 6.306

 

Beyer, M. & Aumann, J. (2008): Effects of Fusarium infection on the amino acid composition of winter wheat grain. Food Chemistry 111, 750-754.

 

12. Plant Journal: 6.141

 

Shen, Y.F., Sun, S., Hua, S.J., Shen, E.H., Ye, C.-Y., Cai, D.G., Timko, M.P., Zhu, Q.-H. & Fan, L.J. (2017): Analysis of transcriptional and epigenetic changes in hybrid vigor of allopolyploid Brassica napus uncovers key roles for small RNAs. Plant Journal 91, 874-893.

 

Guo, L.B., Qiu, J., Han, Z.J., Ye, Z.H., Chen, C., Liu, C.J., Xin, X.F., Ye, C.-Y., Wang, Y.-Y., Xie, H.Q., Wang, Y., Bao, J.D., Tang, S., Xu, J., Gui, Y.J., Fu, F., Wang, W.D., Zhang, X.C., Zhu, Q.H., Guang, X.M., Wang, C.Z., Cui, H.F., Cai, D.G., Ge, S., Tuskan, G.A., Yang, X.H., Qian, Q., He, S.Y., Wang, J., Zhou, X.-P. & Fan, L.J. (2015): A host plant genome (Zizania latifolia) after a century-long endophyte infection. Plant Journal 83, 600-609.

 

Sijmons, P.C., Grundler, F.M.W., von Mende, N., Burrows, P.R. & Wyss, U. (1991): Arabidopsis thaliana as a new model host for plant-parasitic nematodes. Plant Journal 1, 245-254.

 

13. Journal of Experimental Botany: 5.908

 

Shen, E.H., Zou, J., Behrens, F.H., Chen, L., Ye, C.Y., Dai, S.T., Li, R.Y., Ni, M., Jiang, X.X., Qiu, J., Liu, Y., Wang, W.D., Zhu, Q.-H., Chalhoub, B., Bancroft, I., Meng, J.L., Cai, D.G. & Fan, L.J. (2015): Identification, evolution, and expression partitioning of miRNAs in allopolyploid Brassica napus. Journal of Experimental Botany 66, 7241-7253.

 

Dong, S.Q., Tian, Z.H., Chen, P.J., Kumar, R.S., Shen, C.H., Cai, D.G., Oelmüller, R. & Yeh, K.W. (2013): The maturation zone is an important target of Piriformospora indica in Chinese cabbage roots. Journal of Experimental Botany 64, 4529-4540.

 

Rietz, S., Bernsdorff, F.E.M. & Cai, D.G. (2012): Members of the germin-like protein family in Brassica napus are candidates for the initiation of an oxidative burst that impedes pathogenesis of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum. Journal of Experimental Botany 63, 5507-5519.

 

Nobre, M.J.G., von Mende, N., Dolan, L., Schmidt, K.P., Evans, K. & Mulligan, B. (1995): Immunolabeling of cell surfaces of Arabidopsis thaliana roots following infection by Meloidogyne incognita (Nematoda). Journal of Experimental Botany 46, 1711-1720.

 

14. Soil Biology and Biochemistry: 5.795

 

Zhang, X., Kuzyakov, Y., Zang, H., Dippold, M.A., Shi, L., Spielvogel, S. & Razavi, B.S. (2020): Rhizosphere hotspots: root hairs and warming control microbial efficiency, carbon utilization and energy production. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 148, 107872, 108061.

 

Tian, P., Razavi, B.S., Zhang, X.C., Wang, Q.K. & Blagodatskaya, E. (2020): Microbial growth and enzyme kinetics in rhizosphere hotspots are modulated by soil organics and nutrient availability. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 141, 107662.

 

Duan, C.J., Razavi, B.S., Shen, G.T., Cui, Y.X., Yu, W.L., Li, S.Q. & Fang, L.C. (2019): Deciphering the rhizobium inoculation effect on spatial distribution of phosphatase activity in the rhizosphere of alfalfa under copper stress. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 137, 107574.

 

Kuzyakov, Y. & Razavi, B.S. (2019): Rhizosphere size and shape: Temporal dynamics and spatial stationarity. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 135, 343-360.

 

Wei, L., Razavi, B.S., Wang, W.Q., Zhu, Z.K., Liu, S.L., Wu, J.S., Kuzyakov, Y. & Ge, T.D. (2019): Labile carbon matters more than temperature for enzyme activity in paddy soil. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 135, 134-143.

 

Vierheilig, H., Garcia-Garrido, M. J., Wyss, U. & Piché, Y. (1999): Systemic suppression of mycorrhizal colonization in barley roots precolonized by AM-fungi. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 32, 589-595.

 

15. Biology and Fertility of Soils: 5.521

 

Liu, S., Zhang, S.Y., Dungait, J.A.J., Quine, T.A. & Razavi, B.S. (2020): Rare microbial taxa rather than phoD gene abundance determine hotspots of alkaline phosphomonoesterase activity in the karst rhizosphere soil. Biology and Fertility of Soils, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00374-020-01522-4.

 

Wei, L., Razavi, B.S., Wang, W.Q., Zhu, Z.K., Liu, S.L., Wu, J.S., Kuzyakov, Y. & Ge, T.D. (2019): Labile carbon matters more than temperature for enzyme activity in paddy soil. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 135, 134-143.

 

 

 


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