prof. dr. L.A.C.J. (Laurentius) Voesenek
L.A.C.J.Voesenek@uu.nl
Hoofd departement
Biologie
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Leeropdracht
Plant Ecophysiology
Benoemingsdatum 01-04-1999
Oratiedatum 22-06-2000
Profiel

Plant Ecophysiology is the fascinating research area that studies the complex interactions between plants and their environment. The sessile lifestyle of plants forces them to live with an enormous range of different abiotic and biotic conditions, which can vary dramatically from minute to minute. Signals of a changing environment have to be perceived and integrated by plants. Among the abiotic signals that convey information to plants are light, mineral nutrients, wind, heat, temperature, and water status. On top of that, plants do not grow in isolation, they compete with other plants, they are the favourite menu of herbivores and they are attacked by fungi and microorganisms. Throughout their life cycle plants continuously respond to all these signals resulting in alterations of their physiology, morphology and development. Ultimately this may result in better survival and reproduction
under harsh environmental conditions.

The Plant Ecophysiology research group at Utrecht University studies the physiological and molecular mechanisms that enable plants to grow, compete and survive in stressful environments. More particular we focus on molecular mechanisms that enable plants to cope with flooded conditions and low light environments. Both stress conditions induce changes in plant growth, helping plants to either overgrow high water levels or to outcompete neighbours in dense vegetations. These growth responses are regulated by various plant hormones and a wide range of target genes that eventually leads to changes at the level of the cell wall. Approaches such as functional genomics, QTL analyses, on-line growth measurements, various types of microscopy and laser-driven hormone analyses are used frequently.

Strategische thema's / focusgebieden
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Curriculum vitae

Personal information

Laurentius A.C.J. Voesenek (23-08-1957; age 56)

Hoogveldsestraat 15

5394 LH Oijen

The Netherlands

Tel. 0412-492272

Mobile: 06-20397043

 

Professor of Plant Ecophysiology (Utrecht University)

Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, Utrecht University, Padualaan 8, 3584 CH Utrecht, the Netherlands

E-mail:                L.A.C.J.Voesenek@uu.nl; tel: +31-30-2536849; fax:      +31-30-2532837

Group:                                       http://www.uu.nl/faculty/science/EN/organisation/depts/biology/research/chairs/pe

Institute:              http://www.uu.nl/science/IEB

Religion:               RK

Marital status:        Married to Carla E. Brouwer

Children:               Denzel R. (17 June 1989)

                            Milan S. (26 April 1992)

                            Marek Y. (19 August 1994)

 

Education/Qualifications

1990:      PhD “Adaptations of Rumex in flooding gradients” (cum laude– Top 5%), Radboud University Nijmegen.

1984:      Doctoral (MSc) Plant Ecophysiology, Radboud University Nijmegen (cum laude- Top 5%)

1980:      Teachers College Moller Institute (biology and geography)

1975:      High School Bisschoppelijk College Weert

 

Professional History

1999-present:         Full Professor – Plant Ecophysiology, Faculty of Science, Utrecht University

1995-2012:             Various research visits (1-3 weeks) to international collaborators                                        (Perth, Sydney, Riverside, Bristol, Nagoya, Hong Kong, Manila).

1997:                     Sabbatical leave - Laboratory Prof. T.D. Colmer, The University of Western Australia

1994-1999:             Associate Professor - Experimental Plant Ecology, Radboud University Nijmegen

1990-1994:             Assistant Professor - Experimental Plant Ecology, Radboud University Nijmegen

1985-1990:             PhD student – Experimental Plant Ecology, Radboud University Nijmegen

1984-1985:             Biology and Economics teacher at two high schools

 

Other Appointments and Affiliations

Radboud University Nijmegen:

1997-1999:             Member faculty board Biology

1990-1999:             Coordinator several BSc and MSc courses

1995:                     Member of committee that reorganized Teaching Curriculum Biology

1994-1999:             Board member Institute for Microbiology, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

1992, 1995:            Member selection committee for various Professor vacancies

1990-1993:             Member Biology Education Committee

 

Utrecht University:

2014-present          Chairman of the Centre Future Food Utrecht

2011-2014              Vice-Dean Science Faculty

2008:                     As dean Biology responsible for large reorganization Department of                                  Biology Utrecht University (reduction 2.4 M€ per year equivalent to 43                                fte; 90% of people made redundant found new jobs within one year)

2006-2010:             Dean of Department of Biology, Utrecht University

2005-2006:             Director Institute of Environmental Biology (IEB)

2004-2006:             Vice-Dean and research director Department of Biology, Utrecht University

2002-2004:             Initiator and coordinator MSc program Plant Biology

2001-2004:             Member Faculty Board Biology

2001-2004:             Chairman FLOW committee for teaching qualifications in department Biology

1999-2004:             Coordinator several BSc and MSc courses

 

National:

2011-2014:             Chairman Innovatie Centra Academisch Betaonderwijs (ICAB)

2001-2009:             Chairman and member various NWO grant selection committees,                                       including RUBICON, VIDI and VICI grants (1.5 MEuro/grant)

2002:                      Member various committees Dutch Academy of Science

1999-2000:             Member selection committees for Professors in (Eco)physiology,                                        Universities of Groningen, Free University of Amsterdam and                                             Wageningen University

1999-2004:             Vice-president Royal Botanical Society of the Netherlands

1997-1998:             Member educational committee graduate school Functional Ecology

1988-2010:             Organizer National PhD course Plant Ecophysiology (every other year)

 

International:

2010-present:        President International Society for Plant Anaerobiosis (ISPA)

2010-2012:            International Plant Growth Substances Association (IPGSA) Council member

2010:                    Organizer Symposium Environmental Stress & Acclimation at FESPB meeting Valencia.

2006:                    Elected Corresponding Member Australian Society of Plant Scientists (ASPS)

Multiple dates:      Review Panel Member for NSF (USA), USDA (USA), BBSRC (UK), FWO (Belgium), DFG (Germany), and others.

 

Finished projects:

EU Grants                                                               500 K€

Research Council Canada                                         250 K€

Iranian Government Grant                                          250 K€

National Research Grants (NWO)                                 700 K€

Pionier Grant (NWO)                                                  750 K€

Equipment Grants                                                      120 K€

Visitors and travel Grants                                           200 K€

Grants for temporary Professors                                  100 K€

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Total                                                                       2870 K€

 

Current Research Grants:

2012-2016:             NWO-ALW open competition. Title “Flooding stress tolerance: an ecomolecular approach using Arabidopsis and wild relatives” (1 PhD student) (260 K€)

2012 (Feb.-May): Short Stay Fellowship. Title: “Role of ACBP proteins in flooding tolerance” (PhD exchange with University of Hong Kong)(5 K€).

2012-2016:             EPS graduate school PhD grant. Title: “Molecular Physiology of decision making: To avoid or to tolerate shade” (1 PhD student) (200 K€)

2011-2013:             TTI-GG. Title: “Reduction of quality loss by stress during in vitro propagation”

 (1 post-doc for two years and 0.3 technician for two years) (220 K€)

2010-2014:             ALW-Ecogenomics. Title “Escape from stress: a comparative ecogenomics approach” (1 post-doc for three years) (230 K€)

2009-2013:             NWO-ALW open competition. Title “Waterproof Plants: regulation of quiescence and escape strategies” (1 PhD student) (210 K€)

2008-2012:             NWO-ALW open competition. Title “Plant-plant signaling through volatiles in dense stands: mechanisms and functional consequences” (1 PhD student) (220 K€)

2008-2012:             CBSG2012. Title: “Genomics of flooding tolerance: exploiting genetic variation in Arabidopsis” (1 PhD student) (250 K€)

2013-2016:             NWO-ALW open competition: Title “Flooding stress tolerance: an ecomolecular approach using Arabidopsis and wild relatives” (1 post-doc)(260 K€)

2013-2016:             NWO-ALW open competition: Title “Unravelling molecular mechanisms of plant competition: the interplay between above- and belowground competitive responses in Arabidopsis thaliana”(1 post-doc)(266 K€)

 

Total amount of current research funding: 1861 K€.

 

Scientific Track Record

  • 1987-2013: peer reviewed publications: 157; cites/publication: 34; H-index: 44; Total cites: 5450; Contributions to books: 24.
  • Supervision of 25 PhD students that successfully defended their theses.
  • Citation Index of Plant Ecophysiology publications in 2003-2008: 4.58-fold above world average
  • Median Impact Factor Category “Plant Sciences” and “Ecology” of Thomson’s JCR is 1.22 and 1.67, respectively.

 

Selection of invited international symposium lectures over the past 10 years (total number 75)

  • Taos, New Mexico, USA (2013). Keystone Symposium on Molecular and Cellular Biology. “Submergence Coping Mechanisms in Wild Plants”.
  • Shanghai, China (2013). 21st IPGSA conference. “Two wild plant species regulate flooding survival through distinct mechanisms”.
  • Hong Kong (2012). Seminar Hong Kong University. “Survival under water”.
  • Nagoya, Japan (2011). Seminar Nagoya University. “Survival upon flooding: wait or escape”.
  • Melbourne, Australia (2011). International Botanical Congress. “Waterproof Plants: escape or quiescence”. 
  • Valencia, Spain (2010).  XVII Congress of the Federation of European Societies of Plant Biology: “Submergence Stress and Acclimation: an ecogenomics approach”. Key note to open the conference.
  • Volterra, Italy (2010). 10th International Society for Plant Anaerobiosis: “Submergence-induced shoot elongation in Rumex palustris: the hormonal regulation of ethylene response factors”.
  • Riverside, California, USA (2010). Seminar University of California: “Submergence-induced shoot elongation”.
  • Oxford, UK (2008). Seminar University of Oxford: “Ethylene-induced shoot elongation: regulation of an escape strategy”. 
  • Golm, Germany (2008). Seminar Max Planck Institute: “Ethylene-induced shoot elongation: regulation of an escape strategy”.
  • Sendai, Japan (2007). 9th Conference of the International Society for Plant Anaerobiosis: “Flooding-induced shoot elongation: regulation of an escape strategy”.
  • London, UK (2006). 14th New Phytologist Symposium, ECO-DEVO: “Submergence-induced shoot elongation: from floodplain communities to genes”.
  • Pisa, Italy (2005). Seminars for PhD students: “Submergence-induced shoot elongation: regulation of escape” and “Arabidopsis and low light signaling as tools in flooding research”.
  • Perth, Australia (2004). ComBio 2004: ´Flood adaptations in Rumex species”.
  • Calgary, Canada (2004). Seminar University of Calgary: “Submergence-induced shoot elongation: from sensing to target genes”.
  • Murcia, Spain (2002). Ethylene conference: “Ethylene in interaction with other plant hormones regulates submergence-induced shoot elongation in the flooding-tolerant dicot Rumex palustris”.

 

Principal organizer of international symposia with >100 participants

  • 2013: Symposium at the 21st IPGSA meeting in Shanghai, China.
  • 2010:  Symposium Environmental Stress & Acclimation at FESPB conference in Valencia.
  • 2001: PhD Summer School Environmental Signaling: Arabidopsis as a Model (Utrecht University).
  • 2001: 7th International Society for Plant Anaerobiosis in the Netherlands.

 

Honours/awards/academy memberships

  • 2010: elected President of the International Society for Plant Anaerobiosis.
  • 2006: elected Corresponding Member of the Australian Society of Plant Scientists in recognition of outstanding contribution to furthering Australian Plant Science.
  • 1998: PIONIER grant from the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research. This personal grant is awarded to researchers who have successfully demonstrated the ability to develop their own innovative line of research and the ability to act as a mentor to young researchers.
  • 1990 GUS prize for the best thesis of the Radboud University Nijmegen in 1990 in all fields of science.
  • 1984 and 1990: Cum Laude (top 5%) graduation MSc and PhD.

 

Memberships to editorial Boards of International Journals

  • 1993-1999: Editor Acta Botanica Neerlandica
  • 1999-2004: Editor-in-Chief Plant Biology
  • 2009-present: Advisory Board of the online, open-access Journal AoB Plants
  • 2011-present: Review editor of the online, open-access Journal Frontiers of Plant Physiology
  • Multiple dates: Anonymous reviewer for Nature, Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA, Plant Cell, Plant Journal, Plant Physiology, Annals of Botany, Journal of Experimental Botany, New Phytologist,  Plant, Cell and Environment, Ecology, Oecologia, Journal of Ecology and other international peer-reviewed journals.

 

Peer reviewed publications in international journals

  1. Strijbosch H, Van Rooy PTWC and Voesenek LACJ (1983). Homing behaviour of  Lacerta agilis and Lacerta vivipara (Sauria, Lacertidae). Amphibia-Reptilia 4: 43-47.
  2. Voesenek LACJ and Van Bemmel AV (1984). Intra and interspecific competition in the water shrew in the Netherlands. Acta Theriologica 29: 297-301.
  3. Voesenek LACJ and Blom CWPM (1987). Rooting patterns of Rumex species under drained conditions. Canadian Journal of Botany 65: 1638-1642.
  4. Voesenek LACJ, Van Rooy PTWC  and Strijbosch H (1987). Some autecological data on the Urodeles of Sardinia. Amphibia-Reptilia 8: 307-314.
  5. Voesenek LACJ and Blom CWPM (1989) Growth responses of Rumex species in relation to submergence and ethylene. Plant, Cell and Environment 12: 433-439.
  6. Voesenek LACJ, Blom CWPM and Pouwels RHW (1989). Root and shoot development of Rumex species under waterlogged conditions. Canadian Journal of Botany 67: 1865-1869.
  7. Harren FJM, Bijnen FGC, Reuss J, Voesenek LACJ and Blom CWPM (1990). Sensitive intracavity photoacoustic measurements with a CO2 waveguide laser. Applied Physics B 50: 137-144.
  8. Blom CWPM, Bögemann GM, Laan P, Van der Sman AJM, Van de Steeg HM and Voesenek LACJ (1990). Adaptations to flooding in plants from river areas. Aquatic Botany 38: 29-47.
  9. Voesenek LACJ, Perik PJM, Blom CWPM and Sassen MMA (1990). Petiole elongation in Rumex species during submergence and ethylene exposure: The relative contributions of cell division and cell expansion. Journal of Plant Growth Regulation 9: 13-17.
  10. Voesenek LACJ, Harren FJM, Bögemann GM, Blom CWPM and Reuss J (1990). Ethylene production and petiole growth in Rumex plants induced by soil waterlogging: The application of a continuous flow system and a laser-driven intracavity photoacoustic detection system. Plant Physiology 94: 1071-1077.
  11. Van der Sman AJM, Voesenek LACJ, Blom CWPM, Harren FJM and Reuss J (1991). The role of ethylene in shoot elongation with respect to survival and seed output of flooded Rumex maritimus L. plants. Functional Ecology 5: 304-313.
  12. Voesenek LACJ (1991). Growth responses of Rumex in relation to flooding and ethylene. Nippon Nogeikagaku Kaishi 65: 211-212.
  13. Voesenek LACJ, Van der Sman AJM, Harren FJM and Blom CWPM (1991). Ethylene and flooding resistance: An integration of plant hormone physiology and plant ecology. Chemical Regulation of Plants 26: 156-172.
  14. Voesenek LACJ, Van der Sman AJM, FJM Harren and Blom CWPM (1992). An amalgamation between hormone physiology and plant ecology: A review on flooding resistance and ethylene. Journal of Plant Growth Regulation 11: 171-188.
  15. Voesenek LACJ and Blom CWPM (1992). Germination and emergence of Rumex in river flood-plains I. Timing of germination and seedbank characteristics. Acta Botanica Neerlandica 41: 319-329.
  16. Voesenek LACJ, De Graaf MCC and Blom CWPM (1992). Germination and emergence of Rumex in river flood plains II. The role of perianth, temperature, light and hypoxia. Acta Botanica Neerlandica 41: 331-343.
  17. Voesenek LACJ, Van Oorschot FJMM, Smits AJM and Blom CWPM (1993). The role of flooding resistance in the establishment of Rumex seedlings in river flood plains. Functional Ecology 7: 105-114.
  18. Brailsford RW, Voesenek LACJ, Blom CWPM, Smith AR, Hall MA and Jackson MB (1993). Enhanced ethylene production by primary roots of Zea mays L. in response to sub-ambient partial pressures of oxygen. Plant, Cell and Environment 16: 1071-1080.
  19. Voesenek LACJ, Banga M, Thier RH, Mudde CM, Harren FJM, Barendse GWM and Blom CWPM (1993). Submergence-induced ethylene synthesis, entrapment, and growth in two plant species with contrasting flooding resistances. Plant Physiology 103: 783-791.
  20. Blom CWPM, Voesenek LACJ, Banga M, Engelaar WMHG, Rijnders JHGM, Van de Steeg HM and Visser EJW (1994). Physiological ecology of riverside species, adaptive responses upon submergence. Annals of Botany 74: 253-263.
  21. Voesenek LACJ and Van der Veen R (1994). A review on the role of phytohormones in plant stress: Too much or too little water. Acta Botanica Neerlandica 43: 91-127.
  22. Smits AJM, Schmitz GHW, Van der Velde G and Voesenek LACJ (1995). Influence of ethanol and ethylene on the seed germination of three nymphaeid water plants. Freshwater Biology 34: 39-46.
  23. Visser EJW, Heijink CJ, Van Hout KJGM, Voesenek LACJ, Barendse GWM and Blom CWPM (1995). Regulatory role of auxin in adventitious root formation in two species of Rumex, differing in their sensitivity to waterlogging. Physiologia Plantarum 93: 116-122.
  24. De Vries H, Harren FJM, Voesenek LACJ, Blom CWPM, Woltering EJ, Van der Valk, CPM and Reuss J (1995). Investigation of local ethylene emission from intact cherry tomatoes by means of photothermal deflection and photoacoustic detection. Plant Physiology 107: 1371-1377.
  25. Van Splunder I, Coops H, Voesenek LACJ, Blom CWPM (1995). Establishment of alluvial forest species in floodplains: the role of dispersal timing, germination characteristics and water level fluctuations. Acta Botanica Neerlandica 44: 269-278.
  26. Banga M, Blom CWPM and Voesenek LACJ (1995). Flood-induced leaf elongation  in Rumex species: Effects of water depth and water movements. The New Phytologist 131: 191-198.
  27. De Vries HSM, Bijnen FGC, Voesenek LACJ, Blom CWPM, Harren FJM and Reuss J (1995). Laser photothermal deflection applied to local trace gas detection; Respiration of tomatoes. Laser und Optoelektronik 27: 64-67.
  28. Visser EJW, Blom CWPM and Voesenek LACJ (1996). Flooding-induced adventitious rooting in Rumex: Morphology and development in an ecological perspective. Acta Botanica Neerlandica 45: 17-28.
  29. Rijnders JGHM, Barendse GWM, Blom CWPM and Voesenek LACJ (1996). The contrasting role of auxin in submergence-induced petiole elongation in two species from frequently flooded wetlands. Physiologia Plantarum 96: 467-473.
  30. Visser EJW, Bögemann GM, Blom CWPM and Voesenek LACJ (1996). Ethylene accumulation in waterlogged Rumex plants: A prerequisite for adventitious root formation. Journal of Experimental Botany 47: 403-410.
  31. Blom CWPM and Voesenek LACJ (1996). Flooding: the survival strategies of plants. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 11: 290-295.
  32. Banga M, Slaa EJ, Blom CWPM and Voesenek LACJ (1996). Ethylene biosynthesis and accumulation under drained and submerged conditions. Plant Physiology 112: 229-237.
  33. Banga M, Blom CWPM and Voesenek LACJ (1996). Sensitivity to ethylene: The key factor in submergence-induced shoot elongation of Rumex. Plant, Cell and Environment 19: 1423-1430.
  34. Voesenek LACJ and Blom CWPM (1996). Plants and Hormones: An Ecophysiological view on timing and plasticity. Journal of Ecology 84: 111-119.
  35. Voesenek LACJ, Banga M, Rijnders JGHM, Visser EJW and Blom CWPM (1996). Hormone Sensitivity and Plant Adaptations to Flooding. Folia Geobotanica & Phytotaxonomica: 31: 47-56.
  36. Summers JE, Voesenek LACJ, Blom CWPM, Lewis MJ and Jackson MB (1996). Potamogeton pectinatus, a vascular monocot, is constitutively incapable of  synthesizing ethylene and lacks ACC oxidase. Plant Physiology 111: 901-908.
  37. Visser EJW, Cohen JD, Barendse GWM, Blom CWPM and Voesenek LACJ (1996). An ethylene-mediated increase in sensitivity to auxin induces adventitious root formation in flooded Rumex palustris Sm. Plant Physiology 112: 1687-1692.
  38. Van Splunder I, Voesenek LACJ, Coops H, De Vries XJA and Blom CWPM (1996). Morphological responses of seedlings of four species of Salicaceae to drought. Canadian Journal of Botany 74: 1988-1995.
  39. Visser EJW, Nabben RHM, Blom CWPM and Voesenek LACJ (1997). Growth of primary lateral roots and adventitious roots during conditions of hypoxia and high ethylene concentrations. Plant, Cell and Environment 20: 647-653
  40. Banga M, Bögemann GM, Blom CWPM and Voesenek LACJ (1997). Flooding resistance of Rumex species strongly depends on their response to ethylene: Rapid shoot elongation or foliar senescence. Physiologia Plantarum 99: 415-422.
  41. Voesenek LACJ, Banga M, Rijnders JHGM, Visser EJW, Harren FJM, Brailsford RW, Jackson MB and Blom CWPM (1997). Laser-driven photoacoustic spectroscopy: What we can do with it in flooding research. Annals of Botany 79: 57-65.
  42. Voesenek LACJ, Vriezen HW, Smekens MJE, Huitink FHM, Bögemann GM and Blom CWPM (1997). Ethylene sensitivity and response sensor expression in petioles of Rumex species at low oxygen and high carbon dioxide concentrations. Plant Physiology 114: 1501-1509.
  43. Vriezen WH, Van Rijn CPE, Voesenek LACJ and Mariani C (1997). A homologue of the Arabidopsis thaliana ERS gene is actively regulated in Rumex palustris upon flooding. The Plant Journal 11: 1265-1271.
  44. Rijnders JGHM, Yang, YY, Kamiya Y, Takahashi N, Barendse GWM, Blom CWPM and Voesenek LACJ (1997). Ethylene enhances gibberellin levels and petiole sensitivity in flooding-tolerant Rumex in contrast to intolerant species. Planta 203: 20-25.
  45. Blom CWPM and Voesenek LACJ (1997). Stress door overstroming: worstelen en bovenkomen. Bull.Onderw.Biol. 28: 228-231
  46. Te Lintel Hekkert S, Staal MJ, Nabben RHM, Zuckermann H, Persijn S, Stal LJ, Voesenek LACJ, Harren FJM, Reuss J and Parker DH (1998). Laser photo-acoustic trace gas detection, an extremely sensitive technique applied in biological research. Instrumentation Science and Technology 26: 157-175.
  47. Voesenek LACJ, Van der Putten WH, Maun MA and Blom CWPM (1998). The role of ethylene and darkness in accelerated shoot elongation of Ammophila breviligulata upon sand burial. Oecologia 115: 359-365.
  48. Voesenek LACJ, Armstrong W, Bögemann and Colmer TD (1999). A lack of aerenchyma and high rates of radial oxygen loss from the root base contribute to the waterlogging intolerance of Brassica napus. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 26: 87-93.
  49. He JB, Bogemann GM, Van de Steeg HM, Rijnders JGHM, Voesenek LACJ and Blom CWPM (1999). Survival tactics of Ranunculus species in river floodplains Oecologia 118: 1-8.
  50. Wachter et al (1999). Ethylene production and ACC-accumulation in Agrobacterium tumefaciens-induced plant tumours and their impact on tumour and host stem structure and function. Plant, Cell and Environment 22: 1263-1273.
  51. Vriezen WH, Hulzink R, Mariani C and Voesenek LACJ (1999). 1-Aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylate oxidase activity limits ethylene biosynthesis in Rumex palustris during submergence. Plant Physiology 121: 189-195.
  52. Nabben RHM, Blom CWPM and Voesenek LACJ (1999). Resistance to complete submergence in Rumex species with different life histories the influence of plant size and light. New Phytologist 144: 313-321.
  53. Pierik R, Verkerke W, Voesenek LACJ, Blom CWPM and Visser EJW. (1999). Thick root syndrome in cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.): a description of the phenomenon and an investigation of the role of ethylene. Annals of Botany 84: 755-762.
  54. Rijnders JGHM, Armstrong W, Darwent MJ, Blom CWPM and Voesenek LACJ (2000). The role of oxygen in flooding-induced petiole elongation in Rumex palustris Sm.: quantifying endogenous oxygen levels in petioles with micro-electrodes. New Phytologist 147: 497-504.
  55. Visser EJW, Colmer TD, Blom CWPM and Voesenek LACJ. (2000). Changes in growth, porosity,and radial oxygen loss from adventitious roots of selected mono-and dicotyledonous wetland species with constrasting types of aerenchyma. Plant, Cell and Environment. 23: 1237-1245.
  56. Vriezen WH, de Graaf B, Mariani, C and Voesenek LACJ (2000). Submergence induces expansin gene expresson in flooding-tolerant Rumex palustris and not in flooding-intolerant R.acetosa. Planta 210: 956-963.
  57. Fiorani F, Bögemann GM, Visser EJW, Lambers H and Voesenek LACJ. (2002). Ethylene emission and responsiveness to applied ethylene vary among Poa species that inherently differ in leaf elongation rates. Plant Physiology 129: 1382-1390.
  58. Peeters AJM, Cox MCH, Benschop JT, Vreeburg RAM, Bou i Torrent J and Voesenek LACJ. (2002). Submergence research using Rumex palustris as a model looking back and going forward. Journal of Experimental Botany 53: 391-398.
  59. Vriezen WH, Voesenek LACJ and Van Der Straeten D. (2002). Submergence-induced shoot elongation: a comparison between Oryza sativa and Rumex palustris. Recent Res. Devel. Plant Biol. 2: 321-338.
  60. Cox MCH, Millenaar FF, de Jong van Berkel YEM, Peeters AJM and Voesenek LACJ. (2003). Plant movement; submergence-induced petiole elongation in Rumex palustris depends on hyponastic growth. Plant Physiology 132: 282-291.
  61. Groeneveld HW and Voesenek LACJ (2003).  Submergence-induced petiole elongation in Rumex palustris is controlled by developmental stage and storage compounds. Plant and Soil 253: 115-123.
  62. Pierik R, Visser EJW, de Kroon H and Voesenek LACJ. (2003). Ethylene is required in tobacco to succesfully compete with proximate neighbours. Plant, Cell and Environment 26: 1229-1234.
  63. Visser EJW, Voesenek LACJ, Vartapetian BB and Jackson MB. (2003). Flooding and plant growth. Annals of Botany 91: 107-109.
  64. Voesenek LACJ, Benschop JJ, Bou i Torrent J, Cox MCH, Groeneveld HW, Millenaar FF, Vreeburg RAM and Peeters AJM. (2003). Interactions between plant hormones regulate submergence-induced shoot elongation in the flooding tolerant dicot Rumex palustris. Annals of Botany 91: 205-211.
  65. Voesenek LACJ, Jackson MB, Toebes AHW, Huibers W, Vriezen WH and Colmer TD. (2003). De-submergence-induced ethylene production in Rumex palustris: regulation and ecophysiological significance. The Plant Journal 33: 341-352.
  66. Cox MCH, Benschop JJ, Vreeburg RAM, Wagemaker CAM, Moritz T, Peeters AJM and LACJ Voesenek (2004). The roles of ethylene, auxin, abscisic acid and gibberellin in the hyponastic growth of submerged Rumex palustris petioles. Plant Physiology 136: 2948-2960.
  67. Voesenek LACJ, Rijnders JHGM, Peeters AJM, van de Steeg HM and de Kroon H. (2004). Plant Hormones regulate fast shoot elongation under water: from genes to communities. Ecology 85: 16-27.
  68. Pierik R, Voesenek LACJ, de Kroon H and Visser EJW. (2004). Density-induced plant size reduction and size inequalities in ethylene-sensing and ethylene-insensitive tobacco. Plant Biology 6: 201-205.
  69. Colmer TD, Peeters AJM, Wagemaker CAM, Vriezen WH, Ammerlaan A and Voesenek LACJ (2004).Expression of alpha-expansin genes during root acclimations to O2 deficiency in Rumex palustris. Plant Molecular Biology 56: 423-43.
  70. Visser EJW and Voesenek LACJ (2004).Acclimation to soil flooding – sensing and signal-transduction. Plant and Soil 254: 197–214.
  71. Pierik R, Whitelam GC, Voesenek LACJ, de Kroon H and Visser EJW. (2004). Canopy studies on ethylene-insensitive tobacco identify ethylene as a novel element in blue light and plant-plant signaling. The Plant Journal 38: 310-319.
  72. Tholen D, Voesenek LACJ and Poorter H. (2004). Ethylene insensitivity does not increase leaf area or relative growth rate in Arabidopsis thaliana, Nicotiana tabacum and Petunia x hybrida. Plant Physiology 134: 1803-1812.
  73. Kende, H, Bradford KT, Brummell DA, Cho HT, Cosgrove DJ, Fleming AJ, Gehring C, Lee Y, McQueen-Mason S, Rose JKC, Voesenek LACJ (2004). Nomenclature for members of the expansin superfamily of genes and proteins. Plant Molecular Biology 55: 311-314.
  74. Pierik R, Cuppens MLC, Voesenek LACJ and Visser EJW (2004). Interactions between ethylene and gibberellins in phytochrome-mediated shade avoidance responses in tobacco. Plant Physiology 136: 2928-2936.
  75. Benschop JJ, Jackson MB, Guhl K, Vreeburg RAM, Croker SJ, Peeters AJM and Voesenek LACJ (2005). Contrasting interactions between ethylene and abscisic acid in Rumex species differing in submergence tolerance. The Plant Journal 44:756-768.
  76. Cox MCH, Peeters, AJM and LACJ Voesenek (2005). The stimulating effects of ethylene and auxin on petiole elongation and on hyponastic curvature are independent processes in submerged Rumex palustris. Plant, Cell and Environment 29: 282-290.
  77. Millenaar FF, Cox MCH, de Jong van Berkel YEM, Welschen RAM,  Pierik R, Voesenek LACJ and Peeters AJM (2005). Ethylene-induced differential growth of petioles in Arabidopsis thaliana; analyzing natural variation, response kinetics and regulation. Plant Physiology 137: 998-1008.
  78. Pierik R, Millenaar FF, Peeters AJM and Voesenek LACJ (2005) New perspectives in flooding research: the use of shade avoidance and Arabidopsis thaliana. Annals of Botany 96: 533-540.
  79. Rieu I, Cristescu SM, Harren FJM, Huibers W, Voesenek LACJ, Mariani C and Vriezen WH (2005). RP-ACS-1 , a flooding- induced 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylate synthase gene of Rumex palustris, is involved in rhythmic ethylene production. Journal of Experimental Botany 56: 841-849.
  80. Vandenbussche F, Pierik R, Millenaar FF, Voesenek LACJ and VanderStraeten D (2005). Reaching out of the shade. Current Opinion in Plant Biology 8: 462-468.
  81. Vreeburg RAM, Benschop JJ, Peeters AJM, Colmer TD, Ammerlaan AHM, Staal M, Elzenga TM, Staals RHJ, Darley CP, McQueen-Mason SJ and LACJ Voesenek (2005). Ethylene regulates fast apoplastic acidification and expansin A transcription during submergence-induced petiole elongation in Rumex palustris. The Plant Journal 43: 597-610.
  82. Pierik R, Tholen D, Poorter H, Visser EJW and Voesenek LACJ (2006). The Janus face of ethylene: growth inhibition and stimulation. Trends in Plant Science 11: 176-183.
  83. Colmer TD, Cox MCH and Voesenek LACJ (2006). Root aeration in rice (Oryza sativa L.): evaluation of oxygen, carbon dioxide, and ethylene as possible regulators of root acclimations. New Phytologist 170: 767-778
  84. Voesenek LACJ, Colmer TD, Pierik R, Millenaar FF and AJM Peeters (2006). How plants cope with complete submergence. Tansley review New Phytologist 170: 213-226
  85. Benschop JJ, Bou J, Peeters AJM, Wagemaker N, Guhl K, Ward D, Hedden P, Moritz T and Voesenek LACJ (2006) Long-term submergence-induced elongation in Rumex palustris requires ABA-dependent biosynthesis of GA1. Plant Physiology 141: 1644-1652.
  86. Boonman A, Anten NPR, Dueck TA, Jordi WJRM, van der Werf A, Voesenek LACJ and Pons TL (2006) Functional significance of shade-induced leaf senescence in dense canopies: an experimental test using transgenic tobacco. American Naturalist 168: 597-607.
  87. Cox MCH, Peeters AJM and Voesenek LACJ (2006) The stimulating effects of ethylene and auxin on petiole elongation and on hyponastic curvature are independent processes in submerged Rumex palustris. Plant, Cell and Environment 29: 282-290.
  88. Millenaar FF, Okyere J, May ST, van Zanten M, Voesenek LACJ and Peeters AJM (2006) How to decide? Different methods of calculating gene expression from short oligonucleotide array data will give different results. BMC Bioinformatics 2006, 7:137.
  89. Perata P and LACJ Voesenek (2007) Submergence tolerance in rice requires Sub1A, an Ethylene-Response-Factor-Like gene. Trends in Plant Science 12: 43-46.
  90. Benschop JJ, Millenaar FF, Smeets ME, van Zanten M, Voesenek LACJ and Peeters  AJM (2007). ABA antagonizes ethylene-induced hyponastic growth in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology 143: 1013-1023.
  91. Boonman A, Prinsen E, Gilmer F, Schurr U, Peeters AJM, Voesenek LACJ, and Pons TL (2007). Cytokinin import rate as a signal for photosynthetic acclimation to canopy light gradients. Plant Physiology 143: 1841-1852.
  92. Djakovic-Petrovic T, de Wit M, Voesenek LACJ and Pierik R (2007). DELLA protein function in growth responses to canopy signals. The Plant Journal 5: 117-126.
  93. Dueck TA, de Visser R, Poorter H, Persijn S, Gorissen A, de Visser W, Schapendonk A, Verhagen J, Snel J, Harren FJM, Ngai AKY, Verstappen F, Bouwmeester H, Voesenek LACJ and van der Werf A (2007). No evidence for substantial aerobic methane emission by terrestrial plants: a 13C-labelling approach. New Phytologist 175: 29-35.
  94. Pierik R, Sasidharan S and Voesenek LACJ (2007).Growth control by ethylene: adjusting phenotypes to the environment. Journal of Plant Growth Regulation 26: 188-200.
  95. Pierik R, Djakovic-Petrovic T, de Wit M and Voesenek LACJ (2007). Struggling for light: DELLA regulation during plant-plant interactions. Plant Signaling and Behaviour 2: 514-516.
  96. Tholen D, Pons TL, Voesenek LACJ and Poorter H (2007). Ethylene insensitivity results in a down-regulation of Rubisco expression and photosynthetic capacity in Nicotiana tabacum. Plant Physiology 144: 1305-1315.
  97. Bailey-Serres J and Voesenek LACJ (2008) Flooding Stress: acclimations and genetic diversity. Annual Review of Plant Biology 59: 313-339.
  98. Voesenek LACJ and Pierik R (2008) Plant Stress Profiles. Science 320: 880-881.
  99. Sasidharan R, Chinnappa CC, Voesenek LACJ and Pierik R (2008) The regulation of cell wall extensibility during shade avoidance: a study using two contrasting ecotypes of Stellaria longipes. Plant Physiology 148: 1557-1569.

100.Tholen D, Pons T, Voesenek LACJ and Poorter H (2008) The role of ethylene perception in the control of photosynthesis. Plant, Signalling & Behaviour 3:2, 108-109

101.Pierik R, van Aken JM and Voesenek LACJ (2009) Is elongation-induced leaf emergence beneficial for submerged Rumex species? Annals of Botany 103: 353-357.

102.Chen X, Huber H, de Kroon H, Peeters AJM, Poorter H, Voesenek LACJ and Visser EJW (2009). Intraspecific variation in the magnitude and pattern of flooding-induced shoot elongation in Rumex palustris. Annals of Botany 104: 1057-1067.

103.Colmer TD and Voesenek LACJ (2009).Flooding tolerance: suites of plant traits in variable environments. Functional Plant Biology, 36: 665-681.

104.Millenaar FF, van Zanten M, Cox MCH, Pierik R, Voesenek LACJ and Peeters AJM (2009). Differential petiole growth in Arabidopsis thaliana: Photocontrol and hormonal regulation. New Phytologist 184: 141-152.

105.Pierik R, Djakovic-Petrovic T, Keuskamp DH, de Wit M andVoesenek LACJ (2009). Auxin and ethylene regulate elongation responses to neighbour proximity signals independent of GA and DELLA proteins in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology, 149: 1701-1712.

106.Pierik R, Keuskamp DH, Sasidharan R, Djakovic-Petrovic T, de Wit M and Voesenek LACJ (2009). Light quality controls shoot elongation through regulation of multiple hormones. Plant Signaling and Behavior 4: 755-756.

107.Tessadori F*, van Zanten M*, Pavlova P, Clifton R, Pontvianne F, Snoek LB, Millenaar FF, Schulkes R-K, van Driel R, Voesenek LACJ, Spillane C, Pikaard CS, Fransz PF and Peeters AJM (2009).
Phytochrome B and HISTONE DEACETYLASE 6 control light-induced chromatin compaction in Arabidopsis thaliana. PLoS Genetics 5(9): e1000638.

108.Voesenek LACJ and Bailey-Serres J (2009). Genetics of high-rise rice. Nature 460: 959-960.

109.Zanten M van, Millenaar FF, Cox MCH, Pierik R, Voesenek LACJ and Peeters AJM (2009). Auxin perception and polar auxin transport are not always a prerequisite for differential growth. Plant Signaling & Behavior,4(9): 899-901.

110.Zanten M van, Voesenek LACJ, Peeters AJM and Millenaar FF (2009). Hormone- and light-mediated regulation of heat-induced differential petiole growth in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Physiology, 151: 1446-1458.

111.Bailey-Serres J and Voesenek LACJ (2010). Life in the balance: a signaling network controlling survival of flooding. Current Opinion in Plant Biology 13: 489-494.

112.Chen X, Pierik R, Peeters AJM, Poorter H, Visser EJW, Huber H, de Kroon H, and Voesenek LACJ (2010). Endogenous ABA as a Key Switch for Natural Variation in Flooding-Induced Shoot Elongation. Plant Physiology 154: 969-977.

113.Heydarian Z, Sasidharan R, Cox MCH, Pierik R, Voesenek LACJ and Peeters AJM (2010). A kinetic analysis of hyponastic growth and petiole elongation upon ethylene exposure in Rumex palustris. Annals of Botany 106: 429-435.

114.Zanten M van*, Tessadori F*, McLoughlin F, Smith R, Millenaar FF, Van Driel R, Voesenek LACJ, Peeters AJM, Fransz P (2010). Photoreceptors CRYTOCHROME 2 and Phytochrome B control chromatin compaction in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Physiology 154: 1686-1696.

115.Sasidharan R, Chinnappa CC, Staal M, Elzenga JTM, Yokoyama R, Nishitani K, Voesenek LACJ and Pierik R (2010). Light quality-mediated petiole elongation in Arabidopsis during shade avoidance involves cell wall modification by XTHs. Plant Physiology 154: 978-990.

116.Zanten M van, Snoek LB, Eck-Stouten E van, Proveniers MCG, Torii KU, Voesenek LACJ, Peeters AJM and Millenaar FF(2010). Ethylene-induced hyponastic growth in Arabidopsis thaliana is controlled by ERECTA. The Plant Journal 61: 83-95.

117.Van Zanten M, Snoek LB, Van Eck-Stouten E, Proveniers MCG, Torii KU, Voesenek LACJ, Millenaar FF and Peeters AJM(2010). ERECTA controls low light intensity-induced differential petiole growth independent of Phytochrome B and Crytochrome 2 action in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Signaling & Behavior 5: 284-286.

118.Van Zanten M, Pons TL, Janssen JAM, Voesenek LACJ and Peeters AJM(2010). On the relevance and control of leaf angle. Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences 29: 300-316.

119.Keuskamp DH, Pollmann S, Peeters AJM, Voesenek LACJ and Pierik R(2010). Auxin transport through PIN-FORMED 3 (PIN3) controls shade avoidance and fitness during competition. Proc. Natl Acad Sci USA 107: 22740-22744.

120.Ritsema T, Van Zanten M, Leon-Reyes A, Voesenek LACJ, Millenaar FF, Pieterse CMJ and Peeters AJM (2010).Kinome profiling of pathogen defense signals reveals a role for jasmonate and salicylate in light control of hyponastic petiole growth in Arabidopsis thaliana. PLoS One 5: e14255

121.Vashisht D, Hesselink A, Pierik R, Ammerlaan JMH, Bailey-Serres J, Visser EJW, Pedersen O, van Zanten M, Vreugdenhil D, Jamar DCL, Voesenek LACJ Sasidharan R (2011). Natural variation of submergence tolerance among Arabidopsis thaliana accessions. New Phytologist 190: 299-210.

122.Chen X, Visser EJW, de Kroon H, Pierik R, Voesenek LACJ, Huber H(2011). Fitness consequences of natural variation in flooding-induced shoot elongation in Rumex palustris. New Phytologist 190: 409-420.

123.Lee SC, Mustroph A, Sasidharan R, Vashisht D, Pedersen O, Oosumi T, Voesenek LACJ and Bailey-Serres J(2011). Molecular characterization of the submergence response of the Arabidopsis thaliana ecotype Columbia. New Phytologist 190: 457-471.

124.Pierik R, de Wit M and Voesenek LACJ(2011). Growth-mediated stress escape: convergence of signal transduction pathways engaged upon exposure to two different environmental stresses. New Phytologist, 189: 122-134.

125.Perata P, Armstrong WA and Voesenek LACJ (2011). Plants and Flooding Stress. New Phytologist 190: 269-273.

126.Keuskamp D, Sasidharan R, Vos I, Peeters AJM, Voesenek LACJ and Pierik R (2011). Blue light-mediated shade avoidance requires combined auxin and brassinosteroid action in Arabidopsis seedlings. The Plant Journal 67: 208-217.

127.Licausi F, Kosmacz M, Weits D, Giuntoli B, Giorgi FM, Voesenek LACJ, Perata P and van Dongen JT. (2011). Oxygen sensing in plants is mediated by an N-end rule pathway for protein destabilization. Nature 479: 419-422.

128.Peña-Castro J, van Zanten M, Lee SC, Patel M, Voesenek LACJ, Fukao T, and Bailey-Serres J (2011)
Expression of rice SUB1A and SUB1C transcription factors in Arabidopsis uncovers flowering inhibition as a submergence-tolerance mechanism. The Plant Journal, 67:434-446.

129.Sasidharan R, Voesenek LACJ and Pierik R (2011). Cell-wall modifying proteins mediate plant acclimatization to biotic and abiotic stresses. Critical Reviews in Plant Science 30: 548-562.

130.Polko JK, Voesenek LACJ, Peeters AJM and Pierik R (2011). Petiole hyponasty: an ethylene-driven, adaptive response to changes in the environment. AoB Plants plr031 doi: 10.1093/aobpla/plr031.

131.Polko JK, van Zanten M, van Rooij JA, Marée AFM, Voesenek LACJ, Peeters AJM and Pierik R (2012). Ethylene-induced differential petiole growth in Arabidopsis thaliana involves local microtubule reorientation and cell expansion. New Phytologist 193: 339-348.

132.Bailey-Serres J, Fukao T, Gibbs DJ, Holdsworth MJ, Lee SC, Licausi F, Perata P, Voesenek LACJ and van Dongen JT (2012). Making sense of low oxygen sensing. Trends in Plant Science 17: 129-138.

133.Van Zanten M, Ritsema T, Polko JK, Leon-Reyes A, Voesenek LACJ, Millenaar FF, Pieterse CMJ and Peeters AJM (2012). Modulation of ethylene and heat-controlled hyponastic leaf movement in Arabidopsis thaliana by the plant defense hormones Jasmonate and Salicylate. Planta 235: 677-685.

134.Gommers CMM, Visser EJW, St. Onge KR, Voesenek LACJ and Pierik R (2012). Shade tolerance: when growing tall is not an option. Trends in Plant Science (in press).

135.Hebelstrup KH, Van Zanten M, Mandon J, Voesenek LACJ, Harren FJM, Cristescu SK, Møller IM and Mur LAJ (2012). Hemoglobin modulates ethylene responses during hypoxia in Arabidopsis thaliana. Journal of Experimental Botany 63: 5581-5591.

136.Huber H, Chen X, Hendriks M, Keijsers D, Voesenek LACJ, Pierik R, Poorter H, de Kroon H and Visser EJW (2012). Plasticity as a plastic response: how submergence-induced leaf elongation in Rumex palustris depends on early life stage light and nutrient availability. New Phytologist 194: 572-582.

137.Polko JK, Temanni M-R, van Zanten M, van Workum W, Pierik R, Voesenek LACJ and Peeters AJM (2012).
Illumina sequencing technology as a method of identifying T-DNA insertion loci in activation-tagged Arabidopsis thaliana plants. Molecular Plant 5: 948-950.

138.Wit de M, Kegge W, Evers JB, Vergeer-van Eijk MH, Gankema P, Voesenek LACJ and Pierik R (2012).
Plant neighbor detection through touching leaf tips precedes phytochrome signals. PNAS 109: 14705-14710.

139.Yasumura Y, Pierik R, Fricker MD, Voesenek LACJ and Harberd NP (2012). Physcomitrella patens studies reveal that ethylene-mediated submergence responses arose relatively early in land-plant evolution
The Plant Journal 72: 947-959.

140.Pierik R, Mommer L and Voesenek LACJ (2013). Molecular mechanisms of plant competition: neighbor detection and response strategies. Functional Ecology 27: 841-853.

141.Gommers CMM, Visser EJW, St. Onge KR, Voesenek LACJ and Pierik R (2013). Shade tolerance: when growing tall is not an option. Trends in Plant Science 18: 65-71.

142.Kegge W, Weldegergis B, Soler R, Vergeer-van Eijck M, Dicke M, Voesenek LACJ and Pierik R (2013). Canopy light cues affect emission of constitutive and methyl jasmonate-induced volatile organic compounds in Arabidopsis thaliana. New Phytologist 200: 861-874.

143.Polko JK, Pierik R, van Zanten M, Tarkowská D, Strnad M, Voesenek LACJ, Peeters AJM (2013). 
Ethylene promotes hyponastic growth through interaction with ROTUNDIFOLIA3/CYP90C1 in Arabidopsis. Journal of Experimental Botany 64: 613-624.

144.Sasidharan R, Mustroph A, Boonman A, Akman M, Ammerlaan JMH, Breit T, Schranz ME, Voesenek LACJ and Van Tienderen P (2013). Root transcript profiling of two Rorippa (Brassicaceae) species reveals gene clusters associated with extreme submergence tolerance. Plant Physiology  163: 1277-1292.

145.Sasidharan R, Voesenek LACJ (2013). Lowland rice: high-end submergence tolerance. New Phytologist Volume 197: 1029-1031.

146.Voesenek, LACJ, and Bailey-Serres, J (2013). Flooding tolerance: O2 sensing and survival strategies.
Current Opinion in Plant Biology 16: 647-653.

147.Voesenek LACJ, Sasidharan R (2013). Ethylene -and oxygen signalling- drive plant survival during flooding.
Plant Biology 15: 426-435. 

148.de Wit M, Spoel SH, Sanchez-Perez GF, Gommers CMM, Pieterse CMJ,  Voesenek LACJ, Pierik R. (2013). Perception of low Red:Far-red ratio compromisis both salicylic acid- and jasmonic acid-dependent pathogen defences in Arabidopsis. The Plant Journal 75: 90-103.

149.Van Veen H, Mustroph A, Barding GA, Vergeer-van Eijk M, Welschen-Evertman RAM, Pedersen O, Visser EJW, Larive CK, Pierik R, Bailey-Serres J, Voesenek LACJ, Sasidharan R. (2013). Two Rumex species from contrasting hydrological niches, regulate flooding tolerance through distinct mechanisms. The Plant Cell 59: 313-339.

 

 

Book chapters

 

  1. Buth CJC and Voesenek LACJ (1987). Decomposition of standing and fallen litter of halophytes in a Dutch Salt marsh. In: Huiskes AHL, Blom CWPM and Rozema J (eds) Vegetation between land and sea. Dr W Junk Publishers, Dordrecht, pp 146-162.
  2. Buth GJC and Voesenek LACJ (1988). Respiration of standing and fallen plant litter in a Dutch salt marsh. In: Verhoeven JTA, Heil GW and Werger MJA (eds) Vegetation structure in relation to carbon and nutrient economy. SPB Academic Publishing bv, The Hague, pp 51-60.
  3. Voesenek LACJ and Blom CWPM (1989). Ethylene and flooding responses of Rumex  species. In: Clijsters H et al (eds) Biochemical and Physiological Aspects of Ethylene Production in Lower and Higher Plants. Kluwer Academic Publisher, Dordrecht, pp 245-253.
  4. Bicanic D, Harren F, Reuss J, Woltering E, Snel J, Voesenek LACJ, Zuidberg B, Jalink H, Bijnen F, Blom CWPM, Sauren H, Kooijman M, Van Hove L and Tonk W (1989). Trace detection in agriculture and biology. In: Hess P (ed) Topics in current physics: Photoacoustic, Photothermal and Photochemical Processes in Gases. Springer-verlag, Berlin, pp 213-245.
  5. Harren F, Bijnen F, Liedenbaum C, Reuss J, Voesenek LACJ and Blom CWPM (1989). Sensitive photoacoustic trace detection of ethylene In: Grisa R et al (eds) Monitoring of gaseous pollutants by tunable diode lasers. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, pp 289-293.
  6. Harren F, Bijnen F, Heffels C, Reuss J, Voesenek LACJ and Blom CWPM (1989). Intracavity Photoacoustic Trace Detection of C2H4 at ppt-level. In: Murphy JC and Maclachlan-Spicer JW (eds) Photoacoustic and Photothermal phenomena II. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, pp 457-459.
  7. Voesenek LACJ, Thier RH, Harren FJM, and Blom CWPM (1992).Rapid ethylene release and stimulated ethylene production -after de-submergence of plants: An analysis with a continuous flow system in line with a laser-driven intracavity photoacoustic ethylene detector. In: Karssen CM et al (eds) Progress in Plant Growth Regulation. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, pp 883-892.
  8. Harren FJM, Reuss J, Voesenek LACJ, Thier RH and Blom CWPM (1992). Photoacoustic measurements of C2H4 production of and entrapment in plants: A comparison with gas chromatographic results. In: Bicanic D (ed) Photoacoustic and Photothermal phenomena III. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, pp 56-58.
  9. Rijnders JGHM, Voesenek LACJ, Van der Sman AJM and Blom CWPM (1993). Flooding resistance and ethylene I. An ecophysiological approach with Rumex as a model. Proceedings Ethylene symposium Agen, France, pp 247-248.
  10. Visser EJW, Voesenek LACJ, Harren FJM and Blom CWPM (1993). Flooding resistance and ethylene II. Application of an advanced laser-driven photoacoustic technique in ethylene measurements on flooded Rumex plants. Proceedings Ethylene symposium Agen, France, pp 249-250.
  11. Banga M, Voesenek LACJ and Blom CWPM (1993). Flooding resistance and ethylene III. The role of ethylene in shoot elongation of Rumex plants in response to flooding. Proceedings Ethylene symposium Agen, France, 251-252.
  12. Brailsford R, Voesenek LACJ, Blom CWPM, Smith AR, Hall MA and Jackson MB (1993). Enhanced ethylene production by primary roots of Zea mays L. in response to sub-ambient partial pressures of oxygen. Proceedings Ethylene symposium Agen, France, pp 369-370.
  13. Blom CWPM, Voesenek LACJ and Van der Sman AJM (1993). Responses to total submergence in tolerant and intolerant riverside species. In: Jackson MB and Black CR (eds) Interacting Stresses on  Plants in a Changing Climate. NATO ASI Series, vol. I 16, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, pp 243-266.
  14. Blom CWPM, Van de Steeg HM and Voesenek LACJ (1996). Adaptive mechanisms of  plants occurring in wetland gradients. In: Mulamoottil G, Warner BG and McBean EA (Eds) Wetlands: Environmental gradients, bounderies, and buffers. CRC-Lewis Publisher, New York, pp 91-112.
  15. Jackson MB, Summers JE and Voesenek LACJ (1997). Potamogeton pectinatus: A vascular plant that makes no ethylene. In: Kanellis AK,  Chang C and  Grierson D (Eds) Biology and Biotechnology of the Plant Hormone Ethylene. Kluwer Academic Publisher, Dordrecht, pp 229-237.
  16. Voesenek LACJ and Blom CWPM (1999). Stimulated shoot elongation: A mechanism of semi-aquatic plants to avoid submergence stress. In: Lerner HR (ed) Plant responses to environmental stresses: From phytohormones to genome reorganization. Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, pp 431-448.
  17. Vriezen WH, Voesenek LACJ and Mariani C (1999). Ethylene Biosynthesis in Rumex palustris upon flooding. In: Biology and Biotechnology of the plant hormone ethylene II (eds. AK Kanellis et al.). Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, pp 343-344.
  18. Vriezen WH, Voesenek LACJ and Mariani C (1999). Flooding-induced sensitisation to ethylene in Rumex palustris and the possible involvement of a putative ethylene receptor gene. In: Biology and Biotechnology of the plant hormone ethylene II (eds. AK Kanellis et al.). Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, pp 307-312.
  19. Voesenek LACJ, Harren FJM, de Vries HSM, Sikkens CA, te Lintel Hekkert S and Blom CWPM (2000). Photoacoustic and photothermal detection of the plant hormone ethylene. In: Roberts J and Tucker G (Eds) Methods in Molecular Biology, Plant Hormones. Humana Press Inc., Totowa, pp. 67-91.
  20. Pierik R, Voesenek LACJ and Visser EJW (2003). Ethylene: a neglected component in competition between plants. In: Biology and Biotechnology of the Plant Hormone Ethylene III. Eds. M. Vendrell et al. IOS Press, Amsterdam, pp 227-230.
  21. Tholen D, Poorter H and Voesenek LACJ (2003).Ethylene insensitivity does not stimulate growth in Arabidopsis thaliana. In: Biology and Biotechnology of the Plant Hormone Ethylene III. Eds. M. Vendrell et al. IOS Press, Amsterdam, pp 250-252.
  22. Cox MCH, Millenaar FF, Peeters AJM and Voesenek LACJ (2003).Ethylene induces hyponastic growth in Rumex and Arabidopsis. In: Biology and Biotechnology of the Plant Hormone Ethylene III. Eds. M. Vendrell et al. IOS Press, Amsterdam, pp 299-300.
  23. Visser EJW and LACJ Voesenek (2005). Acclimation to soil flooding-sensing and signal-transduction. In: Root Physiology: from gene to function. Ed: H. Lambers & TD Colmer. Publisher: Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. pp 197-214.

Van Veen H, Vashisht D, Voesenek LACJ, Sasidharan R (2013). Different survival strategies amongst plants to cope with underwater conditions. Low oxygen stress in plants: Oxygen sensing and adaptive responses to hypoxia. Plant Cell Monographs. Eds. Van Dongen JT, Licausi F. Springer NY. (in press)

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  2017 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Ravanbakhsh, Mohammadhossein, Sasidharan, Rashmi, Voesenek, Laurentius, Kowalchuk, George & Jousset, Alexandre (2017). ACC deaminase-producing rhizosphere bacteria modulate plant responses to flooding. Journal of Ecology, 105 (4), (pp. 979-986) (8 p.).
  2016 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Das, Debatosh, St. Onge, Kate R., Voesenek, Laurentius A C J, Pierik, Ronald & Sasidharan, Rashmi (01-10-2016). Ethylene- and shade-induced hypocotyl elongation share transcriptome patterns and functional regulators. Plant Physiology, 172 (2), (pp. 718-733) (16 p.).
Voesenek, Laurentius, Sasidharan, Rashmi, Visser, Eric J W & Bailey, Julia (2016). Flooding stress signaling through perturbations in oxygen, ethylene, nitric oxide and light. New Phytologist, 209 (1), (pp. 39-43) (5 p.).
Winkel, Anders, Visser, Eric J W, Colmer, Timothy D., Brodersen, Klaus P., Voesenek, Laurentius A C J, Sand-Jensen, Kaj & Pedersen, Ole (01-07-2016). Leaf gas films, underwater photosynthesis and plant species distributions in a flood gradient. Plant, Cell and Environment, 39 (7), (pp. 1537-1548) (12 p.).
van Veen, Hans, Vashisht, Divya, Akman, Melis, Girke, Thomas, Mustroph, Angelika, Reinen, Emilie, Hartman, Sjon, Kooiker, Maarten, van Tienderen, Peter, Schranz, M. Eric, Bailey-Serres, Julia, Voesenek, Laurentius & Sasidharan, Rashmi (2016). Transcriptomes of Eight Arabidopsis thaliana Accessions Reveal Core Conserved, Genotype- and Organ-Specific Responses to Flooding Stress. Plant Physiology, 172 (2), (pp. 668-689) (22 p.). © 2016 American Society of Plant Biologists. All Rights Reserved..
Colmer, T.D., Atwell, B.J., Ismail, A.M., Pedersen, O., Shabala, S., Sorrell, B. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2016). Waterlogging and submergence. In Rana Munns, Susanne Schmidt & Christine Beveridge (Eds.), Plants in Action - A resource for teachers and students of plant science Australian Society of Plant Scientists.
  2015 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Yasumura, Yuki, Pierik, Ronald, Kelly, Steven, Sakuta, Masaaki, Voesenek, Laurentius A C J & Harberd, Nicholas P. (01-09-2015). An ancestral role for CONSTITUTIVE TRIPLE RESPONSE1 proteins in both ethylene and abscisic acid signaling. Plant Physiology, 169 (1), (pp. 283-298) (16 p.).
Sasidharan, Rashmi & Voesenek, Laurentius A C J (01-09-2015). Ethylene-mediated acclimations to flooding stress. Plant Physiology, 169 (1), (pp. 3-12) (10 p.).
Polko, Joanna K., van Rooij, Jop A., Vanneste, Steffen, Pierik, Ronald, Ammerlaan, J, Vergeer-Van Eijk, Marleen H., McLoughlin, F., Gühl, K., Van Isterdael, Gert, Voesenek, Laurentius A C J, Millenaar, Frank F., Beeckman, Tom, Peeters, Anton J M, Marée, Athanasius F M & van Zanten, Martijn (01-09-2015). Ethylene-mediated regulation of A2-type CYCLINs modulates hyponastic growth in arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Physiology, 169 (1), (pp. 194-208) (15 p.).
Voesenek, Laurentius A C J & Bailey-Serres, Julia (01-04-2015). Flood adaptive traits and processes - An overview. New Phytologist, 206 (1), (pp. 57-73) (17 p.).
Eric Schaller, G. & Voesenek, Laurentius A C J (01-09-2015). Focus on ethylene. Plant Physiology, 169 (1), (pp. 1-2) (2 p.).
Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Bailey-Serres, Julia (2015). Hypoxia and development - Air conditional. Nature Plants
Voesenek, L.A.C.J., Pierik, R. & Sasidharan, R. (2015). Plant Life without Ethylene. Trends in Plant Science, 20 (12), (pp. 783-786) (4 p.).
Kegge, W, Ninkovic, Velemir, Glinwood, Robert, Welschen, Rob A M, Voesenek, Laurentius A C J & Pierik, Ronald (01-05-2015). Red - far-red light conditions affect the emission of volatile organic compounds from barley (Hordeum vulgare), leading to altered biomass allocation in neighbouring plants. Annals of Botany, 115 (6), (pp. 961-970) (10 p.).
Garssen, Annemarie G., Baattrup-Pedersen, Annette, Voesenek, Laurentius A C J, Verhoeven, Jos T A & Soons, Merel B. (01-08-2015). Riparian plant community responses to increased flooding - A meta-analysis. Global Change Biology, 21 (8), (pp. 2881-2890) (10 p.).
Riber, Willi, Müller, Jana T., Visser, Eric J W, Sasidharan, Rashmi, Voesenek, Laurentius A C J & Mustroph, Angelika (01-04-2015). The greening after extended darkness1 is an N-End rule pathway mutant with high tolerance to submergence and starvation. Plant Physiology, 167 (4), (pp. 1616-1629) (14 p.).
  2014 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Van Veen, Hans, Vashisht, Divya, Voesenek, Laurentius A C J & Sasidharan, Rashmi (2014). Different survival strategies amongst plants to cope with underwater conditions. In Joost T. van Dongen & Francesco Licausi (Eds.), Low-Oxygen Stress in Plants - Oxygen Sensing and Adaptive Responses to Hypoxia (pp. 329-349) (21 p.). Springer.
van Veen, Hans, Akman, V., Jamar, D.C.L., Vreugdenhil, D., Kooiker, Maarten, van Tienderen, P.H., Voesenek, Laurentius, Schranz, E. & Sasidharan, Rashmi (2014). Group VII Ethylene response factor diversification and regulation in four species from flood-prone environments. Plant, Cell and Environment, 37 (10), (pp. 2421-2432) (12 p.).
Sasidharan, Rashmi, Keuskamp, Diederik, Kooke, R., Voesenek, Laurentius & Pierik, Ronald (2014). Interactions between auxin, microtubules and XTHs mediate green shade-induced petiole elogation in Arabidopsis. PLoS One, 9 (3) (13 p.).
Voesenek, Laurentius, van Veen, Hans & Sasidharan, Rashmi (2014). Learning from Nature: the use of non-model species to identify novel acclimations to flooding stress. AoB PLANTS, 6 (6 p.).
Atwell, B.J., Ismail, A.M., Pedersen, O., Shabala, S., Sorrell, B. & Voesenek, Laurentius (2014). Waterlogging and submergence: surviving poor aeration. In R. Muns (Eds.), Plants in action - adaptation in nature, performance in cultivation (29 p.). Australian Society of Plant Scientists.
  2013 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Kegge, W., Weldegergis, B., Soler, R., Vergeer- van Eijk, M., Dicke, M., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Pierik, R. (2013). Canopy light cues affect emission of constitutive and methyl jasmonate-induced volatile organic compounds in Arabidopsis thaliana. New Phytologist, 200, (pp. 861-874) (14 p.).
Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Sasidharan, R. (2013). Ethylene - and oxygen signaling-drive survival during flooding. Plant Biology, 15, (pp. 426-435) (10 p.).
Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Sasidharan, R. (2013). Ethylene- and oxygen signaling- drive plant survival during flooding. Plant Biology, 15, (pp. 426-435) (10 p.).
Polko, J.K., Pierik, R., van Zanten, M., Tarkowska, D., Strnad, M. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2013). Ethylene promotes hyponastic growth through interaction with ROTUNDIFOLIA3/CYP90C1 in Arabidopsis. Journal of Experimental Botany, 64, (pp. 613-624) (12 p.).
Polko, J.K., Pierik, R., Dr. Zanten, M., Tarkowska, D., Strnad, M., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Peeters, A.J.M. (2013). Ethylene promotes hyponastic growth trhough interaction with ROTUNDIFOLOA3/CYP90C1. Journal of Experimental Botany, 64, (pp. 613-624) (12 p.).
Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Bailey-Serres, J. (2013). Flooding tolerance: O2 sensing and survival strategies. Current Opinion in Plant Biology, 16, (pp. 647-653) (7 p.).
Sasidharan, R. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2013). Lowland rice: high-end submergence tolerance. New Phytologist, 197, (pp. 2229-2031) (199 p.).
Pierik, R., Mommer, L. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2013). Molecular mechanisms of plant competition: neighbor detection and response strategies. Functional Ecology, 27, (pp. 841-853) (13 p.).
de Wit, M., Spoel, S.H., Sanchez-Perez, G.F., Gommers, C.M.M., Pieterse, C.M.J., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Pierik, R. (2013). Perception of low Red: Far-red ratio compromises both salicylic acid- and jasmonic acid-dependent pathogen defences in Arabidopsis. Plant Journal, 75, (pp. 90-103) (14 p.).
Sasidharan, R., Mustroph, A., Boonman, A., Akman, M., Ammerlaan, J.M.H., Breit, T., Schranz, M.E., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & van Tienderen, P.H. (2013). Root transcript profiling of two Rorippa (Brassicaceae) species reveals gene clusters associated with extreme submergence tolerance. Plant Physiology, 163, (pp. 1277-1292) (16 p.).
Gommers, C.M.M., Visser, E.J.W., St Onge, K.R., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Pierik, R. (2013). Shade tolerance: when growing tall is not an option. Trends in Plant Science, 18, (pp. 65-71) (7 p.).
van Veen, H., Mustroph, A., Barding, G.A., Vergeer- van Eijk, M., Welschen, R.A.M., Pederson, O., Visser, E.J.W., Larive, C.K., Pierik, R., Bailey-Serres, J., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Sasidharan, R. (2013). Two Rumex species from contrasting hydrological niches, regulate flooding tolerance through distinct mechanisms. Plant Cell, 25, (pp. 4691-4707) (17 p.).
  2012 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Peeters, A.J.M., Polko, J.K., van Zanten, M., Pierik, R., van Rooij, J.A., Maree, A.F.M. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2012). Ethylene-induced diffrential petiole growth in Arabidopsis thaliana involves local microtubule reorientation and cell expansion. New Phytologist, 193, (pp. 339-348) (10 p.).
Hebelstrup, K.H., van Zanten, M., Mandon, J., Voesenek, L.A.C.J., Harren, F.J.M., Cristescu, S.M., Moller, I.M. & Mur, L.A.J. (2012). Hemoglobin modulates ehtylene responses during hypoxia in Arabidopsis thaliana. Journal of Experimental Botany, 63, (pp. 5581-5591) (11 p.).
Polko, J.K., Temanni, M.R., van Zanten, M., van Workum, W., Iburg, Sven, Pierik, R., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Peeters, A.J.M. (2012). Illumina sequencing technology as a method of identifying T-DNA insertion loci in activation-tagged Arabidopsis thaliana plants. Molecular Plant, 5 (4), (pp. 948-950) (3 p.). Letter to the editor.
Bailey-Serres, J., Fukao, T., Gibbs, D.J., Holdsworth, M.J., Lee, S.C., Licausi, F., Perata, P., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & van Dongen, J.T. (2012). Making sense of low oxygen sensing. Trends in Plant Science, 17, (pp. 129-138) (10 p.).
van Zanten, M., Ritsema, T., Polko, J.K., Leon Reyes, H.A., Voesenek, L.A.C.J., Millenaar, F.F., Pieterse, C.M.J. & Peeters, A.J.M. (2012). Modulation of ethylene and heat-controlled hyponastic leaf movement in Arabidopsis thaliana by the plant defense hormones jasmonate and salicylate. Planta, 235, (pp. 677-685) (9 p.).
Gankema, P., de Wit, B.C., Kegge, W., Evers, J.B., Vergeer-van Eijk, M.H., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Pierik, R. (2012). Plant neighbor detection trhough touching leaf tips precedes phytochrome signals. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 109, (pp. 14705-14710) (6 p.).
Huber, H., Chen, X., Hendriks, M., Keijsers, D., Voesenek, L.A.C.J., Pierik, R., Poorter, H., de Kroon, H. & Visser, E.J.W. (2012). Plasticity as a plastic response: how submergence-induced leaf elongation in Rumex palustris depends on early life stage light and nutrient availability. New Phytologist, 194, (pp. 572-582) (11 p.).
  2011 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Keuskamp, D.H., Sasidharan, R., Peeters, A.J.M., Voesenek, L.A.C.J., Pierik, R. & Vos, I (2011). Blue light-meditated shade avoidance requires combined auxin and brassinosteroid action in Arabidopsis seedlings. Plant Journal, 67, (pp. 208-217) (10 p.).
Sasidharan, R., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Pierik, R. (2011). Cell-wall modifying proteins mediate plant acclimatization to biotic and abiotic stresses. Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences, 30, (pp. 548-562) (15 p.).
Polko, J.K., van Zanten, M., van Rooij, J.A., Marée, A.F.M., Voesenek, L.A.C.J., Peeters, A.J.M. & Pierik, R. (2011). Ethylene-induced differential petiole growth in Arabidopsis thaliana involves local microtubule reorientation and cell expansion. New Phytologist, 193, (pp. 339-348) (10 p.).
Peña-Castro, J., van Zanten, M., Lee, S.C., Patel, M., Voesenek, L.A.C.J., Fukao, T. & Bailey-Serres, J. (2011). Expression of rice SUB1A and SUB1C transcription factors in Arabidopsis uncovers flowering inhibition as a submerge-tolerance mechanism. Plant Journal, 67, (pp. 434-446) (13 p.).
Chen, X., de Kroon, H., Pierik, R., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Huber, H. (2011). Fitness consequences of natural variation in flooding-induced shoot elongation in Rumex palustris. New Phytologist, 190, (pp. 409-420) (12 p.).
Pierik, R., de Wit, M. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2011). Growth-mediated stress escape: convergence of signal transduction pathways engaged upon exposure to two different environmental stresses. New Phytologist, 189, (pp. 122-134) (13 p.).
Lee, S.C., Mustroph, A., Sasidharan, R., Vashisht, D., Pederson, O., Oosumi, T., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Bailey-Serres, J. (2011). Molecular characterization of the submergence response of the Arabisopsis thaliana ecotype Columbia. New Phytologist, 190, (pp. 457-471) (15 p.).
Vashisht, D, Hesselink, A, Pierik, R, Ammerlaan, J M H, Bailey-Serres, J, Visser, E J W, Pedersen, O, van Zanten, M, Vreugdenhil, D, Jamar, D C L, Voesenek, L A C J & Sasidharan, R (2011). Natural variation of submergence tolerance among Arabidopsis thaliana accessions. New Phytologist, 190 (2), (pp. 299-310) (12 p.). © 2010 The Authors. New Phytologist © 2010 New Phytologist Trust..
Licausi, F., Kosmacz, M., Weits, D., Giuntoli, B., Giorgi, F.M., Voesenek, L.A.C.J., Perarta, P. & van Dongen, J.T. (2011). Oxygen sensing in plants is mediated by an N-end rule pathway for protein destabilization. Nature, 479, (pp. 419-422) (4 p.).
Perata, P., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Armstrong, W.A. (2011). Plants and Flooding stress. New Phytologist, 190, (pp. 269-273) (5 p.).
  2010 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Heydarian, Z., Sasidharan, R., Cox, M.C.H., Pierik, R., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Peeters, A.J.M. (2010). A kinetic analysis of hyponastic growth and petiole elongation upon ethylene exposure in Rumex palustris. Annals of Botany, 106, (pp. 429-435) (7 p.).
Keuskamp, D.H., Pollmann, S., Peeters, A.J.M., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Pierik, R. (2010). Auxin transport through PIN-FORMED 3 (PIN3) controls shade avoidance and fitness during competition. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 107, (pp. 22740-22744) (5 p.).
Chen, X., Pierik, R., Peeters, A.J.M., Poorter, H., Visser, E.J.W., Huber, H., de Kroon, H. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2010). Endogenous ABA as a Key Switch for Natural Variation in Flooding-Induced Shoot Elongation. Plant Physiology, 154, (pp. 969-977) (9 p.).
van Zanten, M., Snoek, L.B., van Eck-Stouten, E.A., Proveniers, M.C.G., Torii, K.U., Voesenek, L.A.C.J., Millenaar, F.F. & Peeters, A.J.M. (2010). ERECTA controls low light intensity-induced differential petiole growth independent of Phytochrome B and Crytochrome 2 action in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Signaling and Behavior, 5, (pp. 284-286) (3 p.).
van Zanten, M., Snoek, L.B., van Eck-Stouten, E.A., Proveniers, M.C.G., Torii, K.U., Voesenek, L.A.C.J., Peeters, A.J.M. & Millenaar, F.F. (2010). Ethylene-induced hyponastic growth in Arabidopsis thaliana is controlled by ERECTA. Plant Journal, 61, (pp. 83-95) (13 p.).
Ritsema, T., van Zanten, M., Leon Reyes, H.A., Voesenek, L.A.C.J., Millenaar, F.F., Pieterse, C.M.J. & Peeters, A.J.M. (2010). Kinome profiling reveals an interaction between jasmonate, salicylate and lifht control of hyponastic petiole growth in Arabidopsis thaliana. PLoS One
Bailey-Serres, J. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2010). Life in the balance: a signaling network controlling survival of flooding. Current Opinion in Plant Biology, 13, (pp. 489-494) (6 p.).
Sasidharan, R., Chinnappa, C.C., Staal, M., Elzenga, J.T.M., Yokoyama, R., Nishitani, K., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Pierik, R. (2010). Light quality-mediated petiole elongation in Arabidopsis during shade avoidance involves cell wall modification by XTHs. Plant Physiology, 154, (pp. 978-990) (13 p.).
van Zanten, M., Pons, T.L., Janssen, J.A.M., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Peeters, A.J.M. (2010). On the relevance and control of leaf angle. Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences, 29, (pp. 300-316) (17 p.).
van Zanten, M., Tessadori, F., McLoughlin, F., Smith, R., Millenaar, F.F., Driel, R., Voesenek, L.A.C.J., Peeters, A.J.M. & Fransz, P. (2010). Photoreceptors CRYTOCHROME 2 and Phytochrome B control chromatin compaction in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Physiology, 154, (pp. 1686-1696) (11 p.).
  2009 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Sasidharan, R., Chinnappa, C.C., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Pierik, R. (2009). A molecular basis for the physiological variation in shade avoidance responses : a tale of two ecotypes. Plant Signaling and Behavior, 4, (pp. 528-529) (2 p.).
Pierik, R., Djakovic-Petrovic, T., Keuskamp, D.H., de Wit, M. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2009). Auxin and ethylene regulate elongation responses to neighbour proximity signals independent of GA and DELLA proteins in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology, 149, (pp. 1701-1712) (12 p.).
van Zanten, M., Millenaar, F.F., Cox, M.C.H., Pierik, R., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Peeters, A.J.M. (2009). Auxin perception and polar auxin transport are not always a prerequisite for differential growth. Plant Signaling and Behavior, 4 (9), (pp. 899-901) (3 p.).
Millenaar, F.F., van Zanten, M., Cox, M.C.H., Pierik, R., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Peeters, A.J.M. (2009). Differential petiole growth in Arabidopsis thaliana: Photocontrol and hormonal regulation. New Phytologist, 184, (pp. 141-152) (12 p.).
Colmer, T.D. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2009). Flooding tolerance: suites of plant traits in variable environments. Functional Plant Biology, 36, (pp. 665-681) (17 p.).
Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Bailey-Serres, J. (2009). Genetics of high-rise rice. Nature, 460, (pp. 959-960) (2 p.).
van Zanten, M., Voesenek, L.A.C.J., Peeters, A.J.M. & Millenaar, F.F. (2009). Hormone- and light-mediated regulation of heat-induced differential petiole growth in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Physiology, 151, (pp. 1446-1458) (13 p.).
Chen, X., Huber, H., de Kroon, H., Peeters, A.J.M., Poorter, H., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Visser, E.J.W. (2009). Intraspecific variation in the magnitude and pattern of flooding-induced shoot elongation in Rumex palustris. Annals of Botany, 104, (pp. 1057-1067) (11 p.).
Pierik, R., van Aken, J.M. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2009). Is elongation-induced leaf emergence beneficial for submerged Rumex species?. Annals of Botany, 103, (pp. 353-357) (5 p.).
Pierik, R., Keuskamp, D.H., Sasidharan, R., Djakovic-Petrovic, T., de Wit, M. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2009). Light quality controls shoot elongation through regulation of multiple hormones. Plant Signaling and Behavior, 4, (pp. 755-756) (2 p.).
Tessadori, F., van Zanten, M., Pavlova, P., Clifton, R., Pontvianne, F., Snoek, L.B., Millenaar, F.F., Schulkes, R.K., Driel, R., Voesenek, L.A.C.J., Spillane, C., Pikaard, C.S., Fransz, P.F. & Peeters, A.J.M. (2009). Phytochrome B and HISTONE DEACETYLASE 6 control light-induced chromatin compaction in Arabidopsis thaliana. PLoS Genetics, 5 (9), (pp. e1000638. doi:10.1371/journal.pgen.1000638) (1 p.).
Boonman, A., Prinsen, E., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Pons, T.L. (2009). Redundant roles of photoreceptors and cytokinins in regulating photosynthetic acclimation to canopy density. Journal of Experimental Botany, 60, (pp. 1179-1190) (12 p.).
  2008 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Bailey-Serres, J. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2008). Flooding Stress: Acclimations and Genetic Diversity. Annual Review of Plant Biology, 59, (pp. 313-339) (27 p.).
Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Pierik, R. (2008). Plant Stress Profiles. Science, 320, (pp. 880-881) (2 p.).
Sasidharan, R., Chinnappa, C.C., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Pierik, R. (2008). The regulation of cell wall extensibility during shade avoidance: a study using two contrasting ecotypes of Stellaria longipes. Plant Physiology, 148, (pp. 1557-1569) (13 p.).
  2007 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Benschop, J.J., Millenaar, F.F., Smeets, M.E., van Zanten, M., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Peeters, A.J.M. (2007). ABA antagonizes ethylene-induced hyponastic growth in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology, 143, (pp. 1013-1023) (11 p.).
Boonman, A., Prinsen, E., Gilmer, F., Schurr, U., Peeters, A.J.M., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Pons, T.L. (2007). Cytokinin import rate as a signal for photosynthetic acclimation to canopy light gradients. Plant Physiology, 143, (pp. 1841-1852) (12 p.).
Djakovic-Petrovic, T., de Wit, M., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Pierik, R. (2007). DELLA protein function in growth responses to canopy signals. Plant Journal, 51, (pp. 117-126) (10 p.).
Tholen, D.J.H., Pons, T.L., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Poorter, H. (2007). Ethylene insensitivity results in a down-regulation of Rubisco expression and photosynthetic capacity in Nicotiana tabacum. Plant Physiology, 144, (pp. 1305-1315) (11 p.).
Pierik, R., Sasidharan, R. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2007). Growth control by ethylene: Adjusting phenotypes to the environment. Journal of Plant Growth Regulation, 26, (pp. 188-200) (13 p.).
Dueck, T.A., Visser, R., Poorter, H., Persijn, S., Gorissen, A., Visser, W., Schapendonk, A., Verhagen, J., Snel, J., Harren, F.J.M., Ngai, A.K.Y., Verstappen, F., Bouwmeester, H., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & van der Werf, A. (2007). No evidence for substantial aerobic methane emission by terrestrial plants: a 13C-labelling approach. New Phytologist, 175, (pp. 29-35) (7 p.).
Pierik, R., Djakovic, T., de Wit, M. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2007). Struggling for light: DELLA regulation during plant-plant interactions. Plant Signaling and Behavior, 2 (6), (pp. 514-516) (3 p.).
Perata, P. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2007). Submergence tolerance in rice requires Sub 1A, an Ethylene-Response-Factor-like gene. Trends in Plant Science, 12, (pp. 43-46) (4 p.).
  2006 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Tholen, D.J.H., Poorter, H. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2006). Ethylene and Plant Growth. In N.A. Khan (Eds.), Ethylene action in plants (pp. 35-49) (15 p.). Berlin: Springer.
Boonman, A., Anten, N.P.R., Dueck, T.A., Groenwold, J., Jordi, W.J.R.M., van der Werf, A., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Pons, T.L. (2006). Functional significance of shade-induced leaf senescence in dense canopies: an experimental test using transgenic tobacco. American Naturalist, 168, (pp. 597-607) (11 p.).
Voesenek, L.A.C.J., Colmer, T.D., Pierik, R., Millenaar, F.F. & Peeters, A.J.M. (2006). How plants cope with complete submergence. New Phytologist, 170, (pp. 213-226) (14 p.).
Millenaar, Frank F, Okyere, John, May, Sean T, van Zanten, Martijn, Voesenek, Laurentius A C J & Peeters, Anton J M (2006). How to decide? Different methods of calculating gene expression from short oligonucleotide array data will give different results. BMC Bioinformatics, 7, (pp. 137).
Millenaar, F.F., Okyere, J., May, S.T., van Zanten, M., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Peeters, A.J.M. (2006). How to decide? Different methods of calculating gene expression from short oligonucleotide array data will give different results. BMC Bioinformatics, 7, (pp. 137) (1 p.).
Benschop, J.J., Bou i Torrent, J., Peeters, A.J.M., Wagemaker, C.A.M., Gühl, K., Ward, D., Hedden, P., Moritz, T. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2006). Long-term submergence-induced elongation in Rumex palustris requires ABA-dependent biosynthesis of GA1. Plant Physiology, 141, (pp. 1644-1652) (9 p.).
van Zanten, M., Tessadori, F., Millenaar, F.F., Driel, R., Voesenek, L.A.C.J., Peeters, A.J.M. & Fransz, P. (2006). Low-light induces reorganization of chromatin in Arabidopsis. In F.G. Tessadori (Eds.), Plasticity of Heterochromatin in Arabidopsis Amsterdam: Nuclear Organization Group, Swammerdam Institute for Life Sciences, BioCentrum Amsterdam, University of Amsterdam.
Colmer, T.D., Cox, M.C.H. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2006). Root aeration in rice (Oryza sativa L.): evaluation of oxygen, carbon dioxide, and ethylene as possible regulators of root acclimations. New Phytologist, 170, (pp. 767-778) (12 p.).
Pierik, R., Tholen, D.J.H., Poorter, H., Visser, E.J.W. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2006). The Janus face of ethylene: growth inhibition and stimulation. Trends in Plant Science, 11, (pp. 176-183) (8 p.).
Cox, M.C.H., Peeters, A.J.M. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2006). The stimulating effects of ethylene and auxin on petiole elongation and on hyponastic curvature are independent processes in submerged Rumex palustris. Plant, Cell and Environment, 29, (pp. 282-290) (9 p.).
Tessadori, F., van Zanten, M., Pavlova, P., Snoek, L.B., Millenaar, F.F., Schulkes, R.K., Keurentjes, J., Driel, R., Voesenek, L.A.C.J., Fransz, P. & Peeters, A.J.M. (2006). Variation in heterochromatin content betweenh Arabidopsis accessions is controlled by light-signalling components. In F.G. Tessadori (Eds.), Plasticity of Heterochromatin in Arabidopsis Amsterdam: Nuclear Organization Group, Swammerdam Institute for Life Sciences, BioCentrum Amsterdam, University of Amsterdam.
  2005 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Visser, E.J.W. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2005). Acclimation to soil flooding-sensing and signal-transduction. In H. Lambers & T.D. Colmer (Eds.), Root Physiology: from gene to function (pp. 197-214) (18 p.). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer.
Benschop, J.J., Jackson, M.B., Gühl, K., Vreeburg, R.A.M., Croker, S.J., Peeters, A.J.M. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2005). Contrasting interactions between ethylene and abscisic acid in Rumex species differing in submergence tolerance. Plant Journal, 44, (pp. 756-768) (13 p.).
Vreeburg, R.A.M., Benschop, J.J., Peeters, A.J.M., Colmer, T.D., Ammerlaan, J.M.H., Staal, M., Elzenga, T.M., Staals, R.H.J, Darley, C.P., McQueen-Mason, S.J. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2005). Ethylene regulates fast apoplastic acidification and expansin A transcription during submergence-induced petiole elongation in Rumex palustris. Plant Journal, 43, (pp. 597-610) (14 p.).
Millenaar, F.F., Cox, M.C.H., de Jong-van Berkel, Y.E.M., Welschen, R.A.M., Pierik, R., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Peeters, A.J.M. (2005). Ethylene-induced differential growth of petioles in Arabidopsis thaliana; analyzing natural variation, response kinetics and regulation. Plant Physiology, 137, (pp. 998-1008) (11 p.).
Pierik, R., Millenaar, F.F., Peeters, A.J.M. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2005). New perspectives in flooding research: the use of shade avoidance and Arabidopsis thaliana. Annals of Botany, 96, (pp. 533-540) (8 p.).
Vandenbussche, F., Pierik, R., Millenaar, F.F., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Vanderstraeten, D. (2005). Reaching out of the shade. Current Opinion in Plant Biology, 8, (pp. 462-468) (7 p.).
Rieu, I., Cristescu, S.M., Harren, F.J.M., Huibers, W.H.C., Voesenek, L.A.C.J., Mariani, C & Vriezen, W.H. (2005). RP-ACS-1 , a flooding- induced 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylate synthase gene of Rumex palustris, is involved in rhythmic ethylene production. Journal of Experimental Botany, 56, (pp. 841-849) (9 p.).
  2004 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Visser, E.J.W. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2004). Acclimation to soil flooding-sensing and signal-transduction. Plant and Soil, (pp. in press).
Pierik, R., Whitelam, G.C., Voesenek, L.A.C.J., de Kroon, H. & Visser, E.J.W. (2004). Canopy studies on ethylene-insensitive tobacco identify ethylene as a novel element in blue light and plant-plant signaling. Plant Journal, 38, (pp. 310-319) (10 p.).
Pierik, R., Voesenek, L.A.C.J., de Kroon, H. & Visser, E.J.W. (2004). Density-induced plant size reduction and size inequalities in ethylene-sensing and ethylene-insensitive tobacco. Plant Biology, 6, (pp. 201-205) (5 p.).
Tholen, D.J.H., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Poorter, H. (2004). Ethylene insensitivity does not increase leaf area or relative growth rate in Arabidopsis thaliana, Nicotiana tabacum and Petunia x hybrida. Plant Physiology, 134, (pp. 1803-1812) (10 p.).
Colmer, T.D., Peeters, A.J.M., Wagemaker, C.A.M., Vriezen, W.H., Ammerlaan, J.M.H. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2004). Expression of alpha-expansin genes during root acclimations to O2 deficiency in Rumex palustris. Plant Molecular Biology, 56, (pp. 423-443) (21 p.).
Pierik, R., Cuppens, M.L.C., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Visser, E.J.W. (2004). Interactions between ethylene and gibberellins in phytochrome-mediated shade avoidance responses in tobacco. Plant Physiology, 136, (pp. 2928-2936) (9 p.).
Kende, H., Bradford, K.T., Brummell, D.A., Cho, H.T., Cosgrove, D.J., Fleming, A.J., Gehring, C., Lee, Y., McQueen-Mason, S., Rose, J.K.C. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2004). Nomenclature for members of the expansin superfamily of genes and proteins. Plant Molecular Biology, 55, (pp. 311-314) (4 p.).
Voesenek, L.A.C.J., Rijnders, J.H.G.M., Peeters, A.J.M., van de Steeg, H.M. & de Kroon, H. (2004). Plant Hormones regulate fast shoot elongation under water: from genes to communities. Ecology, 85, (pp. 16-27) (12 p.).
Cox, M.C.H., Benschop, J.J., Vreeburg, R.A.M., Wagemaker, C.A.M., Moritz, T., Peeters, A.J.M. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2004). The roles of ethylene, auxin, abscisic acid and gibberellin in the hyponastic growth of submerged Rumex palustris petioles. Plant Physiology, (pp. 2948-2960) (13 p.).
  2003 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Voesenek, L.A.C.J., Jackson, M.B., Toebes, A.H.W., Huibers, W.H.C., Vriezen, W.H. & Colmer, T.D. (2003). De-submergence-induced ethylene production in Rumex palustris: regulation and ecophysiological significance. Plant Journal, 33, (pp. 341-352) (12 p.).
Cox, M.C.H., Millenaar, F.F., Peeters, A.J.M. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2003). Ethylene induces hyponastic growth in Rumex and Arabidopsis. In M. et al Vendrell (Eds.), Biology and Biotechnology of the Plant Hormone Ethylene III. (pp. 299-300) (2 p.). Amsterdam: IOS Press.
Tholen, D.J.H., Poorter, H. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2003). Ethylene insensitivity does not stimulate growth in Arabidopsis thaliana. In M. et al Vendrell (Eds.), Biology and Biotechnology of the Plant Hormone Ethylene III. (pp. 250-252) (3 p.). Amsterdam: IOS Press.
Pierik, R., Visser, E.J.W., de Kroon, H. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2003). Ethylene is required in tobacco to succesfully compete with proximate neighbours. Plant, Cell and Environment, 26, (pp. 1229-1234) (6 p.).
Pierik, R., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Visser, E.J.W. (2003). Ethylene: a neglected component in competition between plants. In M. et al Vendrell (Eds.), Biology and Biotechnology of the Plant Hormone Ethylene III. (pp. 227-230) (4 p.). Amsterdam: IOS Press.
Visser, E.J.W., Voesenek, L.A.C.J., Vartapetian, B.B. & Jackson, M.B. (2003). Flooding and plant growth. Annals of Botany, 91, (pp. 107-109) (3 p.).
Voesenek, L.A.C.J., Benschop, J.J., Bou i Torrent, J., Cox, M.C.H., Groeneveld, H.W., Millenaar, F.F., Vreeburg, R.A.M. & Peeters, A.J.M. (2003). Interactions between plant hormones regulate submergence-induced shoot elongation in the flooding tolerant dicot Rumex palustris. Annals of Botany, 91, (pp. 205-211) (7 p.).
Cox, M.C.H., Millenaar, F.F., de Jong-van Berkel, Y.E.M., Peeters, A.J.M. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2003). Plant movement; submergence-induced petiole elongation in Rumex palustris depends on hyponastic growth. Plant Physiology, 132, (pp. 282-291) (10 p.).
Groeneveld, H.W. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2003). Submergence-induced petiole elongation in Rumex palustris is controlled by developmental stage and storage compoundsy. Plant and Soil, 253, (pp. 115-123) (9 p.).
  2002 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Fiorani, F., Bögemann, G.M., Visser, E.J.W., Lambers, J.T. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2002). Ethylene emission and responsiveness to applied ethylene vary among Poa species that inherently differ in leaf elongation rates. Plant Physiology, 129, (pp. 1382-1390) (9 p.).
Peeters, A.J.M., Cox, M.C.H., Benschop, J.J., Vreeburg, R.A.M., Bou i Torrent, J. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2002). Submergence research using Rumex palustris as a model looking back and going forward. Journal of Experimental Botany, 53, (pp. 391-398) (8 p.).
Vriezen, W.H., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & van der Straeten, D (2002). Submergence-induced shoot elongation: A comparison between Oryza sativa and Rumex palustris. Recent Research Developments in Plant Biology, 2, (pp. 321-338) (18 p.).
  2000 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Visser, E.J.W., Colmer, T.D., Blom, C.W.P.M. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2000). Changes in growth, porosity, and radial oxygen loss from adventitious roots of selected mono- and dycotyledonous wetland species with contrasting types of aerenchyma. Plant, Cell and Environment, 23, (pp. 1237-1245) (9 p.).
Voesenek, L.A.C.J., Harren, F.J.M., Vries, H.S.M., Sikkens, C.A., te Lintel Hekkert, S. & Blom, C.W.P.M. (2000). Photoacoustic and photothermal detection of the plant hormone ethylene. In G.A. Tucker & J.A. Roberts (Eds.), Methods in Molecular Biology (pp. 67-91) (25 p.). Totowa, New Yersey, United Kingdom: Humana Press.
Vriezen, W.H., de Graaf, B., Mariani, C & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2000). Submergence induces expansin gene expression in flooding-tolerant Rumex palustris and not in flooding-intolerant R.acertosa. Planta, 210, (pp. 956-963) (8 p.).
Rijnders, J.G.H.M., Armstrong, W., Darwent, M.J., Blom, C.W.P.M. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (2000). The role of oxygen in submergence-induced petiole elongation in Rumex palustris: in situ measurements of oxygen in petioles of intact plants using micro-electrodes. New Phytologist, 147, (pp. 497-504) (8 p.).
  1999 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Voesenek, L.A.C.J., Amstrong, W., Bögemann, G.M., McDonald, M.P. & Colmer, T.D. (1999). A lack of aerenchyma and high rates of radial oxygen loss from the root base contribute to the waterlogging intolerance of Brassica napus. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology, 26, (pp. 87-93) (7 p.).
Vriezen, W.H., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Mariani, C (1999). Ethylene biosynthesis in Rumex palustris upon flooding. In A.K. Kanellis et al (Eds.), Biology and Biotechnology of the plant hormone ethylene II (pp. 343-344) (2 p.). Dordrecht: Kluwer Academis Publishers.
Wächter, R., Fischer, K., Gäbler, R., Kühnemann, F., Urban, IW., Bögemann, G.M., Voesenek, L.A.C.J., Blom, C.W.P.M. & Ullrich, C.I. (1999). Ethylene production and ACC-accumulation in Agrobacterium tumefaciens-induced plant tumours and their impact on tumour and host stem structure and function. Plant, Cell and Environment, 22, (pp. 1263-1273) (11 p.).
Vriezen, W.H., Mariani, C & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (1999). Flooding-induced sensitisation to ethylene in Rumex palustris and the possible involvement of a putative ethylene receptor. In A.K. Kanellis et al (Eds.), Biology and Biotechnology of the plant hormone ethylene II (pp. 307-312) (6 p.). Dordrecht: Kluwer Academis Publishers.
Nabben, R.H.M., Blom, C.W.P.M. & Voesenek, L.A.C.J. (1999). Resistance to complete submergence in Rumex species with different life histories: the influence of plant size and light. New Phytologist, 144, (pp. 313-321) (9 p.).
Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Blom, C.W.P.M. (1999). Stimulated Shoot Elongation: a mechanism of semiaquatic plants to avoid submergence stress. In H.R. Lerner (Eds.), Plant responses to environmental stresses: from phytohormones to genome reorganization (pp. 431-448) (18 p.). New York, USA: Marcel Dekker.
He, J.B., Bögemann, G.M., van de Steeg, H.M., Rijnders, J.G.H.M., Voesenek, L.A.C.J. & Blom, C.W.P.M. (1999). Survival tactics of Ranunculus species in river floodplains. Oecologia, 118, (pp. 1-8) (8 p.).
Pierik, P., Verkerke, W., Voesenek, L.A.C.J., Blom, W.P.M. & Visser, E.J.W. (1999). Thick Root Syndrome in Cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.): A Description of the Phenomenon and an Ivestigation of the Role of Ethylene. Annals of Botany, 84, (pp. 755-762) (8 p.).
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