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Hou LY, Ehrlich M, Thormählen I, Lehmann M, Krahnert I, Obata T, Cejudo FJ, Fernie AR, Geigenberger P (2019) NTRC plays a crucial role in starch metabolism, redox balance and tomato fruit growth. Plant Physiology [Epub ahead of print] DOI: 10.1104/pp.19.00911

da Fonseca-Pereira P, Souza PVL, Hou LY, Schwab S, Geigenberger P, Nunes-Nesi A, Timm S, Fernie AR, Thormählen I, Araújo WL, Daloso DM (2019) Thioredoxin h2 contributes to the redox regulation of mitochondrial photorespiratory metabolism. Plant, Cell & Environment [Epub ahead of print] DOI: 10.1111/pce.13640

Zaffagnini M, Fermani S, Marchand CH, Costa A, Sparla F, Rouhier N, Geigenberger P, Lemaire SD, Trost P (2019) Redox Homeostasis in Photosynthetic Organisms: Novel and Established Thiol-Based Molecular Mechanisms. Antioxidants & Redox Signaling 31(3), 155-210

Patzke K, Prananingrum P, Klemens PAW, Trentmann O, Rodrigues CM, Keller I, Fernie AR, Geigenberger P, Bölter B, Lehmann M, Schmitz-Esser S, Pommerrenig B, Haferkamp I, Neuhaus HE (2019) The Plastidic Sugar Transporter pSuT Influences Flowering and Affects Cold Responses. Plant Physiology 179(2), 569-587

Schmidt RR, Fulda M, Paul MV, Anders M, Plum F, Weits DA, Kosmacz M, Larson TR, Graham IA, Beemster GTS, Licausi F, Geigenberger P, Schippers JH, van Dongen JT (2018) Low-oxygen response is triggered by an ATP-dependent shift in oleoyl-CoA in Arabidopsis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 115(51), E12101-E12110

Ojeda V, Pérez-Ruiz JM, González MC, Nájera VA, Sahrawy M, Serrato AJ, Geigenberger P and Cejudo FJ (2017). NADPH thioredoxin reductase C and thioredoxins act concertedly in seedling development. Plant Physiology 174(3), 1436-1448

Sasidharan R, Bailey-Serres J, Ashikari M, Atwell BJ, Colmer TD, Fagerstedt K, Fukao T, Geigenberger P, Hebelstrup KH, Hill RD, Holdsworth MJ, Ismail AM, Licausi F, Mustroph A, Nakazono M, Pedersen O, Perata P, Sauter M, Shih MC, Sorrell BK, Striker GG, van Dongen JT, Whelan J, Xiao S, Visser EJW, Voesenek LACJ (2017) Community recommendations on terminology and procedures used in flooding and low oxygen stress research. New Phytologist 214(4), 1403-1407

Parvin N, Carrie C, Pabst I, Läßer A, Laha D, Paul M, Geigenberger P, Heermann R, Jung K, Vothknecht UC and Chigri F (2017) TOM9.2 is a calmodulin binding protein critical for TOM complex assembly but not for mitochondrial protein import in Arabidopsis thaliana. Molecular Plant 10(4), 575-589

Geigenberger P, Thormählen I, Daloso DM and Fernie AR (2017) The unprecedented versatility of the plant‎ thioredoxin system. Trends in Plant Science 22(3), 249–262

Thormählen I, Zupok A, Rescher J, Leger J, Weissenberger S, Groysman J, Orwat A, Chatel-Innocenti G, Issakidis-Bourguet E, Armbruster U and Geigenberger P (2017) Thioredoxins play a crucial role in dynamic acclimation of photosynthesis in fluctuating light. Molecular Plant 10, 168-182

Paul MV, Iyer S, Amerhauser C, Lehmann M, van Dongen JT, Geigenberger P (2016) Oxygen Sensing via the Ethylene Response Transcription Factor RAP2.12 Affects Plant Metabolism and Performance under Both Normoxia and Hypoxia. Plant Physiology 172(1), 141-53

Vigani G, Bashir K, Ishimaru Y, Lehmann M, Casiraghi FM, Nakanishi H, Seki M, Geigenberger P, Zocchi G, Nishizawa NK (2016) Knocking down mitochondrial iron transporter (MIT) reprograms primary and secondary metabolism in rice plants. Journal of Experimental Botany 67(5), 1357-68

Mustroph A, Sauter M, Geigenberger P, van Dongen J (2016) Wenn Pflanzen die Luft ausgeht: (Über)leben ohne Sauerstoff. Biologie in unserer Zeit 46, 32-40

Thormählen I, Meitzel T, Groysman J, Öchsner AB, von Roepenack-Lahaye E, Naranjo B, Cejudo FJ and Geigenberger P (2015) Thioredoxin f1 and NADPH-dependent thioredoxin reductase C have overlapping functions in regulating photosynthetic metabolism and plant growth in response to varying light conditions. Plant Physiology 169, 1766-1786

Obata T, Geigenberger P, Fernie AR (2015) Redox control of plant energy metabolism. Biochemist 37, 14-18

Rojas-González JA, Soto-Súarez M, García-Díaz Á, Romero-Puertas MC, Sandalio LM, Mérida Á, Thormählen I, Geigenberger P, Serrato AJ, Sahrawy M (2015) Disruption of both chloroplastic and cytosolic FBPase genes results in a dwarf phenotype and important starch and metabolite changes in Arabidopsis thaliana. Journal of Experimental Botany 66(9), 2673-89

Geigenberger P (2014) Adaption of storage metabolism to oxygen deprivation. In: Low-oxygen stress in plants, J.T. van Dongen and F. Licausi (eds), Plant Cell Monographs 21, 223-244, Springer Verlag Wien

Geigenberger P, Fernie AR (2014) Metabolic control of redox and redox control of metabolism in plants. Antioxidants & Redox Signaling 21(9), 1389-1421

Lintala M, Schuck N, Thormählen I, Jungfer A, Weber KL, Weber AP, Geigenberger P, Soll J, Bölter B, Mulo P (2014) Arabidopsis tic62 trol mutant lacking thylakoid-bound ferredoxin-NADP+ oxidoreductase shows distinct metabolic phenotype. Molecular Plant 7, 45-57

Thormählen I, Ruber J, von Roepenack-Lahaye E, Ehrlich S-M, Massot V, Hümmer C, Tezycka J, Issakidis-Bourguet E and Geigenberger P (2013) Inactivation of thioredoxin f1 leads to decreased light-activation of ADP-glucose pyrophosphorylase and altered diurnal starch turnover in leaves of Arabidopsis plants. Plant Cell & Environment 36, 16-29

Barajas-López JD, Tezycka J, Travaglia CN, Serrato AJ, Chueca A, Thormählen I, Geigenberger P and Sahrawy M (2012) Expression of the chloroplast thioredoxins f and m is linked to short-term changes in the sugar and thiol status in leaves of Pisum sativum. Journal of Experimental Botany 63 (13), 4887-4900

Faix B, Radchuk V, Nerlich A, Hümmer C, Radchuk R, Emery RJN, Keller H, Götz K-P, Weschke W, Geigenberger P and Weber H (2012) Barley grains, deficient in cytosolic small subunit of ADP-Glucose pyrophosphorylase, reveal coordinate adjustment of C:N metabolism mediated by an overlapping metabolic-hormonal control. The Plant Journal 69, 1077–1093

Tiessen A, Nerlich A, Faix B, Hümmer C, Fox S, Trafford K, Weber H, Weschke W and Geigenberger P (2012) Sub-cellular analysis of starch metabolism in developing barley seeds using a non-aqueous fractionation method. Journal of Experimental Botany 63, 2071–2087

Schudoma C, Steinfath M, Sprenger H, van Dongen JT, Hincha D, Zuther E, Geigenberger P, Kopka J, Köhl K, Walther D (2012) Conducting molecular biomarker discovery studies in plants. Methods in Molecular Biology 918, 127-50

Licausi F, Giorgi F, Schmälzlin E, Usadel B, Perata P, van Dongen J and Geigenberger P (2011) HRE-type genes are regulated by growth-related changes in internal oxygen concentrations during the normal development of potato (Solanum tuberosum) tubers. Plant and Cell Physiology 52, 1957-1972

Geigenberger P, Tiessen A, Meurer J (2011) Use of non-aqueous fractionation and metabolomics to study chloroplast function in Arabidopsis. Methods in Molecular Biology 775, 135-160

Geigenberger P (2011) Regulation of starch biosynthesis in response to a fluctuating environment. Plant Physiology 155, 1566-1577

Narsai R, Rocha M, Geigenberger P, Whelan J and van Dongen JT (2011) Comparative analysis between plant species of transcriptional and metabolic responses to hypoxia. New Phytologist 190, 472-487

Licausi F, Weits DA, Pant BD, Scheible W-R, Geigenberger P and van Dongen JT (2011) Hypoxia responsive gene expression is mediated by various subsets of transcription factors and miRNAs that are determined by the actual oxygen availability. New Phytologist 190, 442-456

Zabalza A, Orcaray L, Igal M, Schauer N, Fernie AR, Geigenberger P, van Dongen JT and Royuela M (2011) Unraveling the role of fermentation in the mode of action of acetolactate synthase inhibitors by metabolic profiling. Journal of Plant Physiology 168, 1568-1575

Centeno DC, Osorio S, Nunes-Nesi A, Bertolo ALF, Carneiro RT, Araujo WL, Steinhauser MC, Michalska J, Rohrmann J, Geigenberger P, Oliver SN, Stitt M, Carrari F, Rose JKC and Fernie AR (2011) Malate plays a crucial role in starch metabolism, ripening, and soluble solid content of tomato fruit and affects postharvest softening. The Plant Cell 23, 162-184

Vigeolas H, Hühn D and Geigenberger P (2011) Non-symbiotic hemoglobin-2 leads to an elevated energy state and to a combined increase in polyunsaturated fatty acids and total oil content when over-expressed in developing seeds of transgenic Arabidopsis plants. Plant Physiology 155, 1435-1444

Steinfath M, Strehmel N, Peters R, Groth D, Hummel J, Steup M, Selbig J, Kopka J, Geigenberger P/ van Dongen JT* (2010) Discovering plant metabolic biomarkers for phenotype prediction using an untargeted approach. Plant Biotechnology Journal 8, 900–911; *both authors shared senior authorship

Licausi F, van Dongen, JT, Giuntoli, B, Novi G, Santaniello A, Geigenberger P and Perata P (2010) HRE1 and HRE2, two hypoxia-inducible ethylene response factors, affect anaerobic responses in Arabidopsis thaliana. The Plant Journal 62, 302-315

Radchuck R, Emery NEJ, Weier D, Vigeolas H, Geigenberger P, Lunn JE, Feil R, Weschke W and Weber H (2010) Sucrose non-fermenting kinase 1 (SnRK1) coordinates metabolic and hormonal signals during pea cotyledon growth and differentiation. The Plant Journal 61, 324-338

Geigenberger P, Riewe D and Fernie AR (2010) The central regulation of plant physiology by adenylates. Trends in Plant Science 15, 98-105

Bräutigam K, Dietzel L, Kleine T, Ströher E, Wormuth D, Dietz K-J, Radke D, Wirtz M, Hell R, Dörmann P, Nunes-Nesi A, Schauer N, Fernie AR, Oliver SN, Geigenberger P, Leister D and Pfannschmidt T (2009) Dynamic plastid redox signals integrate gene expression and metabolism to induce distinct metabolic states in photosynthetic acclimation. The Plant Cell 21, 2715-2732

Michalska J, Zauber H, Buchanan BB, Cejudo FJ and Geigenberger P (2009) NTRC links built-in thioredoxin to light and sucrose in regulating starch synthesis in chloroplasts and amyloplasts. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 106, 9908-9913

Zabalza A, van Dongen JT, Froehlich A, Oliver SN, Faix B, Kapuganti JG, Schmälzlin E, Igal M, Orcaray L, Koehl K, Royuela M and Geigenberger P (2009) Regulation of respiration and fermentation to control the plant internal oxygen concentration. Plant Physiology 149, 1087-1098

van Dongen JT, Fröhlich A, Ramirez-Aguilar S, Schauer N, Fernie AR, Erban A, Kopka J, Clarke J, Langer A and Geigenberger P (2009) Transcript and metabolite profiling of the adaptive response to mild decreases in oxygen concentration in the roots of Arabidopsis plants. Annals of Botany 103, 269–280

Oliver SN, Lunn JE, Urbanczyk-Wochniak E, Lytovchenko A, van Dongen JT, Faix B, Schmälzlin E, Fernie AR and Geigenberger P (2008) Decreased expression of cytosolic pyruvate kinase in potato tubers leads to a decline in the level of pyruvate, resulting in an in-vivo repression of the alternative oxidase. Plant Physiology 148, 1640-1654

Riewe D, Grosman L, Fernie AR, Zauber H, Wucke C and Geigenberger P (2008) A cell wall-bound adenosine nucleosidase is involved in the salvage of extracellular ATP in Solanum tuberosum. Plant and Cell Physiology 49, 1572-1579

Kloosterman B, De Koeyer D, Griffiths R, Flinn B, Steuernagel B, Scholz U, Sonnewald S, Sonnewald U, Bryan GJ, Prat S, Bánfalvi Z, Hammond JP, Geigenberger P, Nielsen KL, Visser RGF and Bachem CWB (2008) Genes driving potato tuber initiation and growth: identification based on transcriptional changes using the POCI array. Functional Integrative Genomics 8, 329-340

Hoehenwarter W, van Dongen JT, Wienkoop S, Steinfath M, Hummel J, Erban A, Sulpice R, Regierer B, Kopka J, Geigenberger P and Weckwerth W (2008) A rapid approach for phenotype-screening and database independent detection of cSNP/protein polymorphism using mass accuracy precursor alignment. Proteomics 8, 4214-4225

Riewe D, Grosman L, Fernie AR, Wucke C and Geigenberger P (2008) The potato-specific apyrase is apoplastically localized and has influence on gene expression, growth and development. Plant Physiology 147, 1092-1109

Centeno D, Oliver SN, Nunes-Nesi A, Geigenberger P, Machado DN, Loureiro ME, Silva MAP and Fernie AR (2008) Metabolic regulation of pathways of carbohydrate oxidation in potato (Solanum tuberosum) tubers. Physiologia Plantarum 133, 744-754

Riewe D, Grosman L, Zauber H, Wucke C, Fernie AR and Geigenberger P (2008) Metabolic and developmental adaptations of growing potato tubers in response to specific manipulations of the adenylate energy status. Plant Physiology 146, 1579-1598

Chincinska I, Liesche J, Krügel U, Michalska J, Geigenberger P, Grimm B and Kühn C (2008) The sucrose transporter StSUT4 from Solanum tuberosum affects flowering, tuberization and shade avoidance response. Plant Physiology 146, 515-528

Vigeolas H, Chinoy C, Zuther E, Blessington B, Geigenberger P*/Domoney C* (2008) Combined metabolomic and genetic approaches reveal a link between the polyamine pathway and albumin 2 in developing pea seeds. Plant Physiology 146, 74-82; *both authors shared senior authorship

Oliver SN, Tiessen A, Fernie AR and Geigenberger P (2008) Decreased expression of plastidial adenylate kinase in potato tubers results in an enhanced rate of respiration and a stimulation of starch synthesis that is attributable to post-translational redox-activation of ADP-glucose pyrophosphorylase. Journal of Experimental Botany 59, 315-325

Vigeolas H, Waldeck P, Zank T and Geigenberger P (2007) Increasing seed oil content in oil-seed rape (Brassica napus L.) by overexpression of a yeast glycerol-3-phosphate dehydrogenase under the control of a seed-specific promoter. Plant Biotechnology Journal 5, 431–441

Messerli G, Nia VP, Trevisan M, Kolbe A, Schauer N, Geigenberger P, Chen J, Davison AC, Fernie AR and Zeeman SC (2007) Rapid classification of phenotypic mutants of Arabidopsis via metabolite fingerprinting. Plant Physiology 143, 1484–1492

Kolbe A, Oliver SN, Fernie AR, Stitt M, van Dongen JT and Geigenberger P (2006) Combined transcript and metabolite profiling of Arabidopsis leaves reveals fundamental effects of the thiol-disulfide status on plant metabolism. Plant Physiology 141, 412-422

McKibbin RS, Muttucumarub N, Paul MJ, Powers SJ, Burrell MM, Coates S, Purcell PC, Tiessen A, Geigenberger P and Halford NG (2006) Production of high starch, low glucose potatoes through over-expression of the metabolic regulator, SnRK1. Plant Biotechnology Journal 4, 409-418

Fettke J, Eckermann N, Poeste S, Pauly M, Tiessen A, Geigenberger P and Steup M (2006) Analysis of cytosolic heteroglycans from leaves of transgenic potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) plants that under- or overexpress the pho-2 phosphorylase isozyme. Plant and Cell Physiology 46, 1987-2004

Kolbe A, Tiessen A, Schluepmann H, Paul M, Ulrich S and Geigenberger P (2005) Trehalose-6-phosphate regulates starch synthesis via post-translational redox-activation of ADP-glucose pyrophosphorylase. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 102, 11118-11123

Geigenberger P, Regierer B, Nunes-Nesi A, Leisse A, Urbanczyk-Wochniak E, Springer F, van Dongen JT, Kossmann J, Fernie AR (2005) Inhibition of de novo pyrimidine synthesis in growing potato tubers leads to a compensatory stimulation of the pyrimidine salvage pathway and a subsequent increase in biosynthetic performance. The Plant Cell 17, 2077-2088

Schmälzlin E, van Dongen JT, Klimant I, Marmodée B, Steup M, Fisahn J, Geigenberger P, Löhmannsröben H-G (2005). An optical multi-frequency phase modulation method using microbeads for measuring intracellular oxygen concentrations in plants. Biophysical Journal 89, 1339-1345

Fettke J, Eckermann N, Tiessen A, Geigenberger P, Steup M (2005) Identification, subcellular localisation and biochemical characterisation of water-soluble heteroglycans (SHG) in leaves of Arabidopsis thaliana L.: Distinct SHG reside in the cytosol and in the apoplast. The Plant Journal 43, 568-585

Oliver SN, Van Dongen JT, Alfred SC, Mamun EA, Zhao X, Saini HS, Fernandes SF, Blanchard CL, Sutton BG, Geigenberger P, Dennis ES, Dolferus R (2005) Cold-induced repression of the anther-specific cell wall invertase gene OSINV4 is correlated with sucrose accumulation and pollen sterility. Plant, Cell & Environment 28, 1534-1551

Ott T, van Dongen JT, Günther C, Krusell L, G Desbrosses, H Vigeolas, V Bock, Czechowski T, Geigenberger P, Udvardi M (2005) Symbiotic leghemoglobins are crucial for nitrogen fixation in legume root nodules but not for general plant growth and development. Current Biology 15, 531-535

Geigenberger P, Kolbe A and Tiessen A (2005) Redox-regulation of carbon storage and partitioning in response to light and sugars. Journal of Experimental Botany 56, 1469-1479

Fernie AR, Geigenberger P and Stitt M (2005) Flux an important, but neglected component of functional genomics. Current Opinion in Plant Biology 8, 174-182

Kötting O, Pusch K, Tiessen A, Geigenberger P, Steup M, Ritte G (2005) Identification of a novel enzyme required for starch metabolism in Arabidopsis leaves: The phosphoglucan, water dikinase. Plant Physiology 137, 242-252

Junker BH, Wuttke R, Tiessen A, Geigenberger P, Sonnewald U, Willmitzer L and Fernie AR (2004) Temporally regulated expression of a yeast invertase in potato tubers allows dissection of the complex metabolic phenotype obtained following its constitutive expression. Plant Molecular Biology 56, 91-110

Vigeolas H and Geigenberger P (2004) Increased levels of glycerol-3-phosphate lead to a stimulation of flux into triacylglycerol synthesis after supplying glycerol to developing seeds of Brassica napus L. in vivo. Planta 219, 827-835

Van Dongen JT, Roeb GW, Dautzenberg M, Froehlich A, Vigeolas H, Minchin PEH and Geigenberger P (2004) Phloem import and storage metabolism are highly coordinated by the low oxygen concentrations within developing wheat seeds. Plant Physiology 135, 1809-1821

Geigenberger P, Stitt M and Fernie AR (2004) Metabolic control analysis and regulation of the conversion of sucrose to starch in growing potato tubers. Plant Cell & Environment 27, 655-673

Vigeolas H, Möhlmann T, Martini N, Neuhaus HE and Geigenberger P (2004) Embryo-specific reduction of ADP-glucose pyrophosphorylase leads to an inhibition of starch synthesis and a delay in oil accumulation in developing seeds of Brassica napus L.. Plant Physiology 136, 2676-2686

Geigenberger P, Regierer B, Lytovchenko A, Springer F, Leisse A, Kossmann J and Fernie AR (2004) Heterologous expression of a ketohexokinase in potato plants leads to inhibited rates of photosynthesis, severe growth retardation and abnormal leaf development. Planta 218, 69-578

Vigeolas H, van Dongen JT, Waldeck W, Hühn D and Geigenberger P (2003) Lipid storage metabolism is limited by the prevailing low oxygen concentrations within growing seeds of oilseed rape. Plant Physiology 133, 2048-2060

Hendriks JHM, Kolbe A, Gibon Y, Stitt M and Geigenberger P (2003) ADP-glucose pyrophosphorylase is activated by post-translational redox-modification in response to light and to sugars in leaves of Arabidopsis and other plant species. Plant Physiology 133, 838-849

Geigenberger P (2003) Regulation of sucrose to starch conversion in growing potato tubers. Journal of Experimental Botany 54, 457-465

Tiessen A, Prescha K, Branscheid A, Palacios N, McKibbin R, Halford NG and Geigenberger P (2003) Evidence that SNF1-related kinase and hexokinase are involved in separate sugar-signaling pathways modulating post-translational redox activation of ADP-glucose pyrophosphorylase in potato tubers. The Plant Journal 35, 490-500

Geigenberger P (2003) Response of plant metabolism to too little oxygen. Current Opinion in Plant Biology 6, 247-256

Bologa KL, Fernie AR, Leisse A, Ehlers Loureiro M and Geigenberger P (2003) A bypass of sucrose synthase leads to low internal oxygen and impaired metabolic performance in growing potato tubers. Plant Physiology 132, 2058-2072

Conrath U, Linke C, Jeblick W, Geigenberger P, Quick WP and Neuhaus E (2003) Enhanced resistance to Phytophtera infestance and Alternaria solani in leaves and tubers, respectively, of potato plants with decreased activity of the plastidic ATP/ADP transporter. Planta 217, 75-83

van Dongen JT, Schurr U, Pfister M and Geigenberger P (2003) Phloem metabolism and function have to cope with low internal oxygen. Plant Physiology 131, 1529-1543

Regierer B, Fernie AR, Springer F, Perez-Melis A, Leisse A, Koehl K, Willmitzer L, Geigenberger P and Kossmann J (2002) Starch content and yield increase as a result of altering adenylate pools in transgenic plants. Nature Biotechnology 20, 1256-1260

Tiessen A, Hendriks JHM, Stitt M, Branscheid A, Gibon Y, Farré EM and Geigenberger P (2002) Starch synthesis in potato tubers is regulated by post-translational redox-modification of ADP-glucose pyrophosphorylase: a novel regulatory mechanism linking starch synthesis to the sucrose supply. The Plant Cell 14, 2191-2213

Fernie AR, Tiessen A, Stitt M, Willmitzer L and Geigenberger P (2002) Altered metabolic fluxes result from shifts in metabolite levels in sucrose phosphorylase expressing potato tubers. Plant, Cell & Environment 25, 1219-1232

Fulton DC, Edwards A, Pilling E, Robinson HL, Fahy B, Seale R, Kato L, Donald AM, Geigenberger P, Martin C, Smith AM (2002) Role of granule-bound starch synthase in determination of amylopectin structure and starch granule morphology in potato. Journal of Biological Chemistry 277, 10834-10841

Gibon Y, Vigeolas H, Tiessen A, Geigenberger P and Stitt M (2002) Sensitive and high throughput metabolite assays for inorganic pyrophosphate, ADPGlc, nucleotide phosphates, and glycolytic intermediates based on a novel enzymic cycling system. The Plant Journal 30, 221-235

Farre EM, Tiessen A, Roessner U, Geigenberger P, Trethewey RN and Willmitzer L (2001) Analysis of the compartmentation of glycolytic intermediates, nucleotides, sugars, amino acids and sugar alcohols in potato tubers using a non-aqueous fractionation method. Plant Physiology 127, 685-700

Geigenberger P, Stamme C, Tjaden J, Schulz A, Quick PW, Betsche T, Kersting HJ and Neuhaus HE (2001) Tuber physiology and properties of starch from tubers of transgenic potato plants with altered plastidic adenylate transporter activity. Plant Physiology 125, 1667-1678

Fernie AR, Roessner U and Geigenberger P (2001). The sucrose analog palatinose leads to a stimulation of sucrose degradation and starch synthesis when supplied to discs of growing potato tubers (Solanum tuberosum). Plant Physiology 125, 1967-1977

Trethewey RN, Fernie AR, Bachmann A, Fleischer-Notter H, Geigenberger P and Willmitzer L (2001) Expression of a bacterial sucrose phosphorylase in potato tubers results in a glucose-independent induction of glycolysis. Plant Cell & Environment 24, 357-365

Loef I, Stitt M and Geigenberger P (2001) Increased adenine nucleotide levels modify the interaction between respiration and starch synthesis when adenine is fed to discs of growing potato tubers. Planta 212, 782-791

Geigenberger P, Fernie AR, Gibon Y, Christ M and Stitt M (2000) Metabolic activity decreases as an adaptive response to low internal oxygen in growing potato tubers. Biological Chemistry 381, 723-740

Geigenberger P and Stitt M (2000) Diurnal changes in sucrose, nucleotides, starch synthesis, and AGPS transcript in growing potato tubers that are suppressed by decreased expression of sucrose phosphate synthase. The Plant Journal 23, 795-806

Farré EM, Geigenberger P, Willmitzer L and Trethewey RN (2000) A possible role for pyrophosphate in the coordination of cytosolic and plastidial carbon metabolism within the potato tuber. Plant Physiology 123, 681-688

Geigenberger P, Reimholz R, Deiting U, Sonnewald U and Stitt M (1999) Decreased expression of sucrose phosphate synthase strongly inhibits the water stress-induced synthesis of sucrose in growing potato tubers. The Plant Journal 19, 119-129

Loef I, Stitt M and Geigenberger P (1999) Feeding orotate leads to a specific increase in uridine nucleotide levels, resulting in a stimulation of sucrose degradation and starch synthesis in discs of growing potato tubers. Planta 209, 314-323

Geigenberger P, Müller-Röber B and Stitt M (1999) Contribution of adenosine5‘-diphosphoglucose pyrophosphorylase to the control of starch synthesis is decreased by water stress in growing potato tubers. Planta 209, 338-345

Trethewey RN, Riesmeier JW, Willmitzer L, Stitt M and Geigenberger P (1999) Tuber-specific expression of a yeast invertase and a bacterial glucokinase in potato leads to an activation of sucrose phosphate synthase and the creation of a sucrose futile cycle. Planta 208, 227-238

Trethewey RN, Geigenberger P, Hennig A, Fleischer-Notter H, Müller-Röber B and Willmitzer L (1999) Induction of the activity of glycolytic enzymes correlates with enhanced hydrolysis of sucrose in the cytosol of transgenic potato tubers. Plant Cell & Environment 22, 71-79

Nemeth K, Salchert K, Putnoky P, Bhalerao R, Koncz-Kalman Z, Stankovic-Stangeland B, Bako L, Mathur J, Ökresz L, Stabel S, Geigenberger P, Stitt M, Redei GP, Schell J and Koncz C (1998) Pleiotropic control of glucose and hormone responses by PRL1, a nuclear WD protein, in Arabidopsis. Genes and Development 12, 3059-3073

Geigenberger P, Geiger M and Stitt M (1998) High-temperature perturbation of starch synthesis is attributable to inhibition of ADP-glucose pyrophosphorylase by decreased levels of glycerate-3-phosphate in growing potato tubers. Plant Physiology 117, 1307-1317

Geiger M, Stitt M and Geigenberger P (1998) Metabolism in potato tuber slices responds differently after addition of sucrose and glucose. Planta 206, 245-252

Geigenberger P, Hajirezaei M, Geiger M, Deiting U, Sonnewald U and Stitt M (1998) Overexpression of pyrophosphatase leads to increased sucrose degradation and starch synthesis, increased activities of enzymes involved in sucrose-starch interconversion, and increased levels of nucleotides in growing potato tubers. Planta 205, 428-434

Trethewey RN, Geigenberger P, Hajirezaei M, Sonnewald U, Stitt M, Riesmeier J and Willmitzer L (1998) Combined expression of glucokinase and invertase in potato tubers leads to a dramatic reduction in starch accumulation and a stimulation of glycolysis. The Plant Journal 15, 109-118

Geigenberger P, Reimholz R, Geiger M, Merlo L, Canale V and Stitt M (1997) Regulation of sucrose and starch metabolism in potato tubers in response to short-term water deficit. Planta 201, 502-518

Geigenberger P, Lerchl J, Stitt M and Sonnewald U (1996) Phloem-specific expression of pyrophosphatase inhibits long distance transport of carbohydrates and amino acids in tobacco plants. Plant, Cell & Environment 19, 43-55

Lerchl J, Geigenberger P, Stitt M and Sonnewald U (1995) Impaired photoassimilate partitioning caused by phloem-specific removal of pyrophosphate can be complemented by a phloem-specific cytosolic yeast-derived invertase in transgenic plants. The Plant Cell 7, 259-270

Geigenberger P, Merlo L, Reimholz R and Stitt M (1994) When growing potato tubers are detached from their mother plant there is a rapid inhibition of starch synthesis, involving inhibition of ADP-glucose pyrophosphorylase. Planta 193, 486-493

Reimholz R, Geigenberger P and Stitt M (1994) Sucrose-phosphate synthase is regulated via metabolites and protein phosphorylation in potato tubers, in a manner analogous to the enzyme in leaves. Planta 192, 480-488

Merlo L, Geigenberger P, Hajirezaei M and Stitt M (1993) Changes of carbohydrates, metabolites and enzyme activities in potato tubers during development, and within a single tuber along a stolon-apex gradient. Journal of Plant Physiology 142, 392-402

Geigenberger P, Langenberger S, Wilke I, Heineke D, Heldt HW and Stitt M (1993) Sucrose is metabolised by sucrose synthase and glycolysis within the phloem complex of Ricinus communis L. seedlings. Planta 190, 446-453

Geigenberger P and Stitt M (1993) Sucrose synthase catalyses a readily reversible reaction in developing potato tubers and other plant tissues. Planta 189, 329-339

Geigenberger P and Stitt M (1991) Regulation of carbon partitioning between sucrose and nitrogen assimilation in cotyledons of germinating Ricinus communis L. seedlings. Planta 185, 563-568

Geigenberger P and Stitt M (1991) A “futile“ cycle of sucrose synthesis and degradation is involved in regulating partitioning between sucrose, starch and respiration in cotyledons of germinating Ricinus communis L. seedlings when phloem transport is inhibited. Planta 185, 81-90