Uulke van Meeteren
Uulke van Meeteren
Associated professor, Wageningen University
Verified email at wur.nl
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Flower opening and closure: a review
WG van Doorn, U van Meeteren
Journal of experimental botany 54 (389), 1801-1812, 2003
2982003
Fluid ionic composition influences hydraulic conductance of xylem conduits
W Van Ieperen, U Van Meeteren, H Van Gelder
Journal of experimental botany 51 (345), 769-776, 2000
1442000
Water relations and keeping-quality of cut Gerbera flowers. I. The cause of stem break
U Van Meeteren
Scientia Horticulturae 8 (1), 65-74, 1978
141*1978
Water relations and keeping-quality of cut Gerbera flowers. I. The cause of stem break
U Van Meeteren
Scientia Horticulturae 8 (1), 65-74, 1978
1251978
Reconsideration of the use of deionized water as vase water in postharvest experiments on cut flowers
U Van Meeteren, H Van Gelder, W Van Ieperen
Postharvest Biology and Technology 17 (3), 175-187, 1999
1151999
Stomatal response characteristics of Tradescantia virginiana grown at high relative air humidity
AR Nejad, U Van Meeteren
Physiologia Plantarum 125 (3), 324-332, 2005
902005
The role of abscisic acid in disturbed stomatal response characteristics of Tradescantia virginiana during growth at high relative air humidity
AR Nejad, U Van Meeteren
Journal of Experimental Botany 58 (3), 627-636, 2007
872007
Can prolonged exposure to low VPD disturb the ABA signalling in stomatal guard cells?
S Aliniaeifard, U van Meeteren
Journal of Experimental Botany 64 (12), 3551-3566, 2013
752013
Inhibition of water uptake after dry storage of cut flowers: Role of aspired air and wound-induced processes in Chrysanthemum
U van Meeteren, L Arévalo-Galarza, WG van Doorn
Postharvest Biology and Technology 41 (1), 70-77, 2006
622006
Distribution of xylem hydraulic resistance in fruiting truss of tomato influenced by water stress
W Van Ieperen, VS Volkov, U Van Meeteren
Journal of Experimental Botany 54 (381), 317-324, 2003
602003
Natural variation in stomatal response to closing stimuli among Arabidopsis thaliana accessions after exposure to low VPD as a tool to recognize the mechanism of …
S Aliniaeifard, U van Meeteren
Journal of Experimental Botany 65 (22), 6529-6542, 2014
582014
Role of air embolism and low water temperature in water balance of cut chrysanthemum flowers
U Van Meeteren
Scientia horticulturae 51 (3-4), 275-284, 1992
581992
Inhibition of flower bud abscission and ethylene evolution by light and silver thiosulphate in Lilium
U Van Meeteren, M De Proft
Physiologia Plantarum 56 (3), 236-240, 1982
561982
Dynamics of spatial heterogeneity of stomatal closure in Tradescantia virginiana altered by growth at high relative air humidity
A Rezaei Nejad, J Harbinson, U van Meeteren
Journal of Experimental Botany 57 (14), 3669-3678, 2006
552006
Dynamics of adaptation of stomatal behaviour to moderate or high relative air humidity in Tradescantia virginiana
A Rezaei Nejad, U van Meeteren
Journal of Experimental Botany 59 (2), 289-301, 2008
542008
Induction of air embolism in xylem conduits of pre‐defined diameter
W Van Ieperen, J Nijsse, CJ Keijzer, U Van Meeteren
Journal of Experimental Botany 52 (358), 981-991, 2001
542001
TRANSPIRATION AND STOMATAL CONDUCTANCE OF ROSES CV SONIA GROWN WITH SUPPLEMENTAL LIGHTING.
G Slootweg, U Van Meeteren
Hortifroid, V International Symposium on Postharvest Physiology of …, 1991
521991
Xylem hydraulic conductivity related to conduit dimensions along chrysanthemum stems
J Nijsse, G Van der Heijden, W Van Ieperen, CJ Keijzer, U Van Meeteren
Journal of Experimental Botany 52 (355), 319-327, 2001
492001
Embolism repair in cut flower stems: a physical approach
W Van Ieperen, U Van Meeteren, J Nijsse
Postharvest Biology and Technology 25 (1), 1-14, 2002
482002
Stomatal malfunctioning under low VPD conditions: induced by alterations in stomatal morphology and leaf anatomy or in the ABA signaling?
S Aliniaeifard, P Malcolm Matamoros, U van Meeteren
Physiologia Plantarum 152 (4), 688-699, 2014
452014
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