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Andreas M. Fischer

Posted by | February 28, 2021


Andreas M. Fischer

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Montana State University, Department of Plant Sciences, PO Box 173140, Bozeman, MT 59717, USA


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  • Nitrogen Metabolism

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Distelfeld A, Avni R, Fischer AM. 2014. Senescence, nutrient remobilization and yield in wheat and barley. J. Exp. Bot., in press (invited review for a special journal issue on plant senescence; Fischer is corresponding author).

Parrott DL, Martin JM, Fischer AM. 2010. Analysis of barley (Hordeum vulgare) leaf senescence and protease gene expression: a family C1A cysteine protease is specifically induced under conditions characterized by high carbohydrate, but low to moderate nitrogen levels. New Phytol. 187, 313-331.

Jukanti AK, Heidlebaugh NM, Parrott DL, Fischer IA, McInnerney K, Fischer AM. 2008. Comparative transcriptome profiling of near-isogenic barley (Hordeum vulgare) lines differing in the allelic state of a major grain protein content locus identifies genes with possible roles in leaf senescence and nitrogen reallocation. New Phytol. 177, 333-349.

Jukanti AK, Fischer AM. 2008. A high-grain protein content locus on barley (Hordeum vulgare) chromosome 6 is associated with increased flag leaf proteolysis and nitrogen remobilization. Physiol. Plant. 132, 426–439.

Mickelson S, See D, Meyer FD, Garner JP, Foster CR, Blake TK, Fischer AM. 2003. Mapping of QTL associated with nitrogen storage and remobilization in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) leaves. J. Exp. Bot. 54, 801-812.