Publikationen

  • Stahl E, Hartmann M, Scholten N, Zeier J* (2019) A role for tocopherol biosynthesis in Arabidopsis thaliana basal immunity to bacterial infection. Plant Physiol, accepted
  • Hartmann M, Zeier J* (2019) N-hydroxypipecolic acid and salicylic acid: a metabolic duo for systemic acquired resistance. Curr Opin Plant Biol 50: 44-57 undefinedpubmed
  • Koprivova A, Schuck S, Jacoby RP, Klinkhammer I, Welter B, Leson L, Martyn A, Nauen J, Grabenhorst N, Mandelkow JF, Zuccaro A, Zeier J, Kopriva S (2019). Root-specific camalexin biosynthesis controls the plant growth-promoting effects of multiple bacterial strains. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 116: 15735-15744 undefinedpubmed
  • Shanmugarajah K, Linka N, Gräfe K, Smits SHJ, Weber APM, Zeier J, Schmitt L (2019). ABCG1 contributes to suberin formation in Arabidopsis thaliana roots. Sci Rep 9: 11381 undefinedpubmed
  • Mur LAJ, Kumari A, Brotman Y, Zeier J, Mandon J, Cristescu SM, Harren F, Kaiser WM, Fernie AR, Gupta KJ (2019) Nitrite and nitric oxide are important in the adjustment of primary metabolism during the hypersensitive response in tobacco. J Exp Bot, doi: 10.1093/jxb/erz161 [Epub ahead of print] undefinedpubmed
  • Schneider T, Bolger A, Zeier J, Preiskowski S, Benes V, Trenkamp S, Usadel B, Farre EM, Matsubara S (2019) Fluctuating light interacts with time of day and leaf development stage to reprogram gene expression. Plant Physiol 179:1632-1657 undefinedpubmed
  • Wang Y, Schuck S, Wu J, Yang P, Döring A-C, Zeier J*, Tsuda K* (2018) A MPK3/6-WRKY33-ALD1-pipecolic acid regulatory loop contributes to systemic acquired resistance. Plant Cell 30: 2480-2494 undefinedpubmed
  • Hartmann M, Zeier J (2018) L-Lys metabolism to N-hydroxypipecolic acid: an integral immune-activating pathway in plants. Plant J 96: 5-21 undefinedpubmed
  • Hartmann M, Zeier T, Bernsdorff F, Reichel-Deland V, Kim D, Hohmann M, Scholten N, Schuck S, Bräutigam A, Hölzel T, Ganter C, Zeier J (2018) Flavin monooxygenase-generated N-hydroxypipecolic acid is a critical element of plant systemic immunity. Cell 173: 456–469 undefinedpubmed
  • Gruner K, Zeier T, Aretz C, Zeier J (2018) A critical role for Arabidopsis MILDEW RESISTANCE LOCUS O2 in systemic acquired resistance. Plant J 94: 1064-1082undefinedpubmed
  • Joglekar S, Suliman M, Bartsch M, Halder V, Maintz J, Bautor J, Zeier J, Parker JE, Kombrink E (2018) Chemical Activation of EDS1/PAD4 Signaling Leading to Pathogen Resistance in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell Physiol 59: 1592-1607undefinedpubmed
  • Hartmann M, Kim D, Bernsdorff F, Ajami-Rashidi Z, Scholten N, Schreiber S, Zeier T, Schuck S, Reichel-Deland V, Zeier J (2017) Biochemical principles and functional aspects of pipecolic acid biosynthesis in plant immunity. Plant Physiol 174: 124-153 undefinedpubmed 
  • Stahl E, Bellwon P, Huber S, Schlaeppi K, Bernsdorff F, Vallat-Michel A, Mauch F, Zeier J (2016). Regulatory and functional aspects of indolic metabolism in plant systemic acquired resistance. Mol Plant 9: 662-681undefinedpubmed
  • Bernsdorff F, Döring A-C, Gruner K, Schuck, S., Bräutigam A., and Zeier J. (2016). Pipecolic acid orchestrates plant systemic acquired resistance and defense priming via salicylic acid-dependent and independent pathways. Plant Cell 28: 102-129undefinedpubmed
  • Hilfiker O, Groux R, Bruessow F, Kiefer K, Zeier J, Reymond P (2014) Insect eggs induce a systemic acquired resistance in Arabidopsis. Plant J 80: 1085-1094undefinedpubmed
  • Sewelam N, Jaspert N, Van Der Kelen K, Tognetti VB, Schmitz J, Frerigmann H, Stahl E, Zeier J, Van Breusegem F, Maurino VG (2014) Spatial H2O2 signalling specificity: H2O2 from chloroplasts and peroxisomes modulates the plant transcriptome differentially. Mol Plant 7: 1191-210undefinedpubmed
  • Vogel-Adghough D, Stahl E, Návarová H, Zeier J (2013) Pipecolic acid enhances resistance to bacterial infection and primes salicylic acid and nicotine accumulation in tobacco. Plant Sig Behav 8: e26366undefinedpubmed
  • Gruner K, Griebel T, Návarová H, Attaran E, Zeier J (2013) Reprogramming of plants during systemic acquired resistance. Front Plant Sci 4: 252undefinedpubmed
  • Zeier J (2013). New insights into the regulation of plant immunity by amino acid metabolic pathways. Plant Cell Environ 36: 2085–2103undefinedpubmed
  • Rostás M, Winter T, Borkowski L, Zeier J (2013). Copper and herbivory lead to priming and synergism in phytohormones and plant volatiles in the absence of salicylate-jasmonate antagonism. Plant Sig Behav 8: e24264undefinedpubmed
  • Shah J, Zeier J (2013). Long-distance communication and signal amplification in systemic acquired resistance. Front Plant Sci 4: 30undefinedpubmed
  • Gupta KJ, Brotman Y, Segu S, Zeier T, Zeier J, Persijn ST, Cristescu SM, Harren FJM, Bauwe H, Fernie AR, Kaiser WM, Mur LAJ (2013). The form of nitrogen nutrition affects resistance against Pseudomonas syringae pv. phaseolicola in tobacco. J Exp Bot 64: 553-568undefinedpubmed
  • Návarová H, Bernsdorff F, Döring A-C, Zeier J (2012). Pipecolic acid, an endogenous mediator of defense amplification and priming, is a critical regulator of inducible plant immunity. Plant Cell 24: 5123-5141undefinedpubmed
  • Winter TR, Kaiser K, Borkowski L, Zeier J, Rostás M (2012) Heavy metal stress primes for herbivore-induced plant volatile emission. Plant Cell Environ 35: 1287-1298undefinedpubmed
  • Großkinsky DK, Naseem M, Abdelmohsen UR, Plickert N, Engelke T, Griebel T, Zeier J, Novák O, Strnad M, Pfeifhofer H, van der Graaff E, Simon U, Roitsch T (2011) Cytokinins mediate resistance against Pseudomonas syringae in tobacco through increased antimicrobial phytoalexin synthesis independent of salicylic acid signalling. Plant Physiol 157: 815-830
  • Griebel T, Zeier J (2010) A role for b-sitosterol to stigmasterol conversion in plant-pathogen interactions. Plant J 63: 254-268undefinedpubmed
  • Bonfig KB, Gabler A, Simon UK, Luschin-Ebengreuth N, Hatz M, Berger S, Muhammad N, Zeier J, Sinha AK, Roitsch T (2010). Post-translational derepression of invertase activity in source leaves via down-regulation of invertase inhibitor expression Is part of the plant defense response. Mol Plant 6: 1037-1048undefinedpubmed
  • Attaran E, Zeier TE, Griebel T, Zeier J (2009) Methyl salicylate production and jasmonate signaling are not essential for systemic acquired resistance in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell 21: 954-971undefinedpubmed
  • Attaran E, Rostás M, Zeier J (2008) Pseudomonas syringae elicits emission of the terpenoid (E,E)-4,8,12-trimethyl-1,3,7,11-tridecatetraene in Arabidopsis leaves via jasmonate signaling and expression of the terpene synthase TPS4. Mol Plant-Microbe Interact 21: 1482-1497undefinedpubmed
  • Griebel T, Zeier J (2008) Light regulation and daytime dependency of inducible plant defences in Arabidopsis: phytochrome signalling controls systemic acquired resistance rather than local defence. Plant Physiol 147: 790-801
  • Mishina TE, Griebel T, Geuecke M, Attaran E, Zeier J (2008) New insights into the molecular events underlying systemic acquired resistance. Paper 81 in: M Lorito, SL Woo, F Scala, eds, Biology of Plant-Microbe Interactions, Vol 6, International Society for Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, St. Paul, MN.
  • Mishina TE, Zeier J (2007) Pathogen-associated molecular pattern recognition rather than development of tissue necrosis contributes to bacterial induction of systemic acquired resistance in Arabidopsis. Plant J 50: 500-513undefinedpubmed
  • Mishina TE, Zeier J (2007) Bacterial non-host resistance: interactions of Arabidopsis with non-adapted Pseudomonas syringae strains. Physiol Plant 131: 448-461undefinedpubmed
  • Mishina TE, Lamb C, Zeier J (2007) Expression of a nitric oxide degrading enzyme induces a senescence program in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell Environ 30: 39-52undefinedpubmed
  • Efetova M, Zeier J, Riederer M, Stingl N, Müller M, Hartung W, Hedrich R, Deeken R (2007) Central role of ABA in drought stress protection of Agrobacterium-induced tumours on Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol 145: 853-862undefinedpubmed
  • Mishina TE, Zeier J (2006) The Arabidopsis flavin-dependent monooxygenase FMO1 is an essential component of biologically induced systemic acquired resistance. Plant Physiol 141: 1666-1675undefinedpubmed
  • Planchet E, Sonoda M, Zeier J, Kaiser WM (2006) Nitric oxide (NO) as an intermediate in the cryptogein-induced hypersensitive response - a critical re-evaluation. Plant Cell Environ 29: 59-69undefinedpubmed
  • Zeier J (2005) Age-dependent variations of local and systemic defense responses in Arabidopsis leaves towards an avirulent strain of Pseudomonas syringae. Physiol Mol Plant Pathol 66: 30-39
  • Sonoda M, Kaiser W, Zeier J (2005) The role of NO in transgenic plants overexpressing nitric oxide synthase from Deinococcus radiodurans. Plant Cell Physiol 46: S190
  • Boccara M, Mills CE, Zeier J, Anzi C, Ederle D, Lamb C, Poole RK, Delledonne M (2005) Flavohemoglobin HmpX in Erwinia chrysanthemi confers nitrosative stress tolerance and attenuates the plant hypersensitive response during infection. Plant J 43: 226-237
  • Zeier J*, Delledonne M, Mishina T, Severi E, Sonoda M, Lamb C (2004a) Genetic elucidation of nitric oxide signaling in incompatible plant-pathogen interactions. Plant Physiol 136: 2875-2886 (*: first and corresponding author)undefinedpubmed
  • Zeier J*, Pink B, Mueller MJ, Berger S (2004b) Light conditions influence specific defense responses in incompatible plant-pathogen interactions: uncoupling systemic resistance from salicylic acid and PR-1 accumulation. Planta 219: 673-683 (*: first and corresponding author)
  • Perazzolli M, Dominici P, Romero-Puertas MC, Zago E, Zeier J, Sonoda M, Lamb C, Delledonne M (2004) Arabidopsis non-symbiotic haemoglobin AHb1 modulates nitric oxide bioactivity. Plant Cell 16: 2785-2794undefinedpubmed
  • Nickstadt A, Thomma BPHJ, Feussner I, Kangasjärvi J, Zeier J, Loeffler C, Scheel D, Berger S (2004) The jasmonate-insensitive mutant jin1 shows increased resistance to biotrophic as well as necrotrophic pathogens. Mol Plant Pathol 5: 425-434undefinedpubmed
  • Delledonne M, Zeier J, Marocco A, Lamb C (2001) Signal interactions between nitric oxide and reactive oxygen intermediates in the plant hypersensitive response. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 98: 13454-13459undefinedpubmed
  • Zeier J, Goll A, Yokoyama M, Karahara I, Schreiber L (1999) Structure and chemical composition of endodermal and rhizodermal/hypodermal cell walls of several species. Plant Cell Environ 22: 271-279
  • Zeier J, Ruel K, Ryser U, Schreiber L (1999) Chemical analysis and immunolocalisation of lignin and suberin in the endodermis and hypodermis/rhizodermis of developing maize (Zea mays L.) roots. Planta 209: 1-12undefinedpubmed
  • Zeier J, Schreiber L (1999) FTIR-spectroscopic characterisation of isolated endodermal cell walls. Planta 209: 537-542undefinedpubmed
  • Schreiber L, Hartmann K, Skrabs M, Zeier J (1999) Apoplastic barriers in roots: chemical composition of endodermal and hypodermal cell walls. J Exp Bot 50: 1267-1280
  • Zeier J, Schreiber L (1998) Comparative investigation of primary and tertiary endodermal cell walls isolated from the roots of 5 monocotyledoneous species: chemical composition in relation to fine structure. Planta 206: 349-361
  • Zeier J, Schreiber L (1997) Chemical composition of hypodermal and endodermal cell walls and xylem vessels isolated from Clivia miniata: identification of the biopolymers lignin and suberin. Plant Physiol 113: 1223-1231undefinedpubmed
  • Zeier J, Schreiber L (1996) Chemical composition of lipophilic biopolymers isolated from Agapanthus africanus (L.) Hoffmgg.: comparison between leaf cuticles and endodermal cell walls of roots. J Exp Bot 47: 56
  • Zeier J, Bollhagen R, Schmiedberger M, Lewitzki E, Schneider FW, Grell E. (1995) CD spectroscopy and structure prediction of a transmembrane protein  region. In: Merlin JC, Turell S, Huvenne JP (eds) Spectroscopy of biological molecules. Kluwer Academic Publisher, Dordrecht, 395-396

Institutsleiter

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Zeier

Molekulare Ökophysiologie der Pflanzen
Heinrich-Heine-Universität
Düsseldorf
Universitätsstraße 1
Gebäude: 26.13
Etage/Raum: 00.74
40225 Düsseldorf
Tel.: +49 211 81-14733
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