Lehrstuhl für Botanik II – Ökophysiologie der Pflanzen


Publikationen Dr. Michael Riedel

2018[ to top ]
  • Ants contribute to pollination but not to reproduction in a rare calcareous grassland forb. Rostás, M.; Bollmann, F.; Saville, D.; Riedel, M. In PeerJ, 6, bl 4369. 2018.
2017[ to top ]
  • Investigations on the chemical composition of cuticular waxes in twelve Fragaria L. genotypes. Wagner, H.; Riedel, M.; Riederer, M.; Olbricht, K. In Acta Horticulturae, 1156, A. H. (ISHS) (red.), bll 439–444. 2017.
  • Adaptive camouflage: what can be learned from the wetting behaviour of the tropical flat bugs Dysodius lunatus and Dysodius magnus. Hischen, F.; Reiswich, V.; Kupsch, D.; De Mecquenem, N.; Riedel, M.; Himmelsbach, M.; Weth, A.; Heiss, E.; Armbruster, O.; Heitz, J.; Baumgartner, W. In Biology Open, 6, bll 1209–1218. 2017.
2016[ to top ]
  • The Non-Specific Lipid Transfer Protein AtLtpI-4 Is Involved in Suberin Formation of Arabidopsis thaliana Crown Galls. Deeken, R.; Saupe, S.; Klinkenberg, J.; Riedel, M.; Leide, J.; Hedrich, R.; Mueller, T. In Plant Physiology, 172(3), bll 1911–1927. 2016.
2015[ to top ]
  • Water loss from litchi (Litchi chinensis) and longan (Dimocarpus longan) fruits is biphasic and controlled by a complex pericarpal transpiration barrier. Riederer, Markus; Arand, Katja; Burghardt, Markus; Huang, Hua; Riedel, Michael; Schuster, Ann-Christin; Smirnova, Anna; Jiang, Yueming. In Planta, 242(5), bll 1207–1219. 2015.
2014[ to top ]
  • Distribution of cutin and suberin biomarkers under forest trees with different root systems. Spielvogel, Sandra; Prietzel, Jörg; Leide, Jana; Riedel, Michael; Kögel-Kabner, Ingrid. In Plant and Soil, 381, bll 95–110. 2014.
2011[ to top ]
  • Host sex discrimination by an egg parasitoid on Brassica leaves. Lo Giudice, Daniela; Riedel, Michael; Rostás, Michael; Peri, Ezio; Colazza, Stefano. In Journal of Chemical Ecology, 37(6), bll 622–628. Springer, 2011.
2010[ to top ]
  • Slippery surfaces of pitcher plants: Nepenthes wax crystals minimise insect attachment via microscopic surface roughness. Scholz, I; Bückins, M; Dolge, L; Erlinghagen, T; Weth, A; Hischen, F; Mayer, J; Hoffmann, S; Riederer, Markus; Riedel, Michael; Baumgartner, W. In Journal of Experimental Biology, 213(7), bll 1115–1125. 2010.
2009[ to top ]
  • Two sides of a leaf blade: Blumeria graminis needs chemical cues in cuticular waxes of Lolium perenne for germination and differentiation. Ringelmann, Anna; Riedel, Michael; Riederer, Markus; Hildebrandt, Ulrich. In Planta, 230, bll 95–105. Springer, 2009.
  • Cuticular wax composition in Cocos nucifera L.: physicochemical analysis of wax components and mapping of their QTLs onto the coconut molecular linkage map. Riedel, Michael; Riederer, Markus; Becker, D; Herran, A; Kullaya, A; Arana-López, G; Pena-Rodríquez, L; Billotte, N; Sniady, V; Rohde, W; Ritter, E. In Tree Genetics & Genomes, 5, bll 53–69. Springer, 2009.
2007[ to top ]
  • Matroclinal inheritance of cuticular waxes in reciprocal hybrids of Rosa species, sect. Caninae (Rosaceae). Wissemann, V; Riedel, Michael; Riederer, Markus. In Pl. Syst. Evol., 263, bll 181–190. 2007.
  • Chemical composition of epicuticular wax crystals on the slippery zone in pitchers of five Nepenthes species and hybrids. Riedel, Michael; Eichner, A; Meimberg, H; Jetter, Reinhard. In Planta, 225(6), bll 1517–1534. 2007.
2003[ to top ]
  • Slippery surfaces of carnivorous plants: composition of epicuticular wax crystals in Nepenthes alata Blanco pitchers. Riedel, Michael; Eichner, A; Jetter, Reinhard. In Planta, 218(1), bll 87–97. 2003.