Viktoriya Avramova
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Drought induces distinct growth response, protection, and recovery mechanisms in the maize leaf growth zone
V Avramova, H AbdElgawad, Z Zhang, B Fotschki, R Casadevall, ...
Plant physiology 169 (2), 1382-1396, 2015
Screening for drought tolerance of maize hybrids by multi-scale analysis of root and shoot traits at the seedling stage
V Avramova, KA Nagel, H AbdElgawad, D Bustos, M DuPlessis, F Fiorani, ...
Journal of Experimental Botany 67 (8), 2453-2466, 2016
High antioxidant activity facilitates maintenance of cell division in leaves of drought tolerant maize hybrids
V Avramova, H AbdElgawad, I Vasileva, AS Petrova, A Holek, J Mariën, ...
Frontiers in Plant Science 8, 84, 2017
The maize leaf: another perspective on growth regulation
V Avramova, K Sprangers, GTS Beemster
Trends in plant science 20 (12), 787-797, 2015
Genomics assisted improvement of drought tolerance in maize: QTL approaches
S Tsonev, E Todorovska, V Avramova, S Kolev, N Abu-Mhadi, ...
Biotechnology & Biotechnological Equipment 23 (4), 1410-1413, 2009
Generating plants with improved water use efficiency
S Blankenagel, Z Yang, V Avramova, CC Schön, E Grill
Agronomy 8 (9), 194, 2018
Carbon isotope composition, water use efficiency, and drought sensitivity are controlled by a common genomic segment in maize
V Avramova, A Meziane, E Bauer, S Blankenagel, S Eggels, S Gresset, ...
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 132 (1), 53-63, 2019
Kinematic Analysis of Cell Division and Expansion: Quantifying the Cellular Basis of Growth and Sampling Developmental Zones in Zea mays Leaves
K Sprangers, V Avramova, GTS Beemster
Jove, doi: 10.3791/54887, 2016
Assay for abscisic acid 8′-hydroxylase activity of cloned plant cytochrome P450 oxidases in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
S Eggels, V Avramova, CC Schön, B Poppenberger, W Rozhon
Analytical biochemistry 553, 24-27, 2018
An integrated approach to unravel the growth response of maize leaves to drought
V Avramova
Universiteit Antwerpen (Belgium), 2016
The growth zone of maize leaves subjected to drought stress offers unique possibilities to confirm transcriptome analysis with cellular, physiological and biochemical measurements
V Avramova, H Abdelgawad, H Asard, GT Beemster
Commun Agric Appl Biol Sci 79, 111-114, 2014
Development of multiplex primer sets for cost efficient SSR genotyping of maize (Zea mays) mapping populations on a capillary sequencer
S Tsonev, M Velichkova, E Todorovska, V Avramova, NK Christov
Bulgarian Journal of Agricultural Science 19 (2), 5-9, 2013
Starch biosynthesis contributes to the maintenance of photosynthesis and leaf growth under drought stress in maize
H AbdElgawad, V Avramova, G Baggerman, G Van Raemdonck, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment 43 (9), 2254-2271, 2020
Modelling the cell expansion in maize leaf
A Dzhurakhalov, V Avramova, K Vissenberg, GTS Beemster, ...
Commun. Agric. Appl. Biol. Sci 80, 103-109, 2015
The carbon isotopic signature of C 4 crops and its applicability in breeding for climate resilience
S Eggels, S Blankenagel, CC Schön, V Avramova
Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 1-13, 2021
Starch biosynthesis is crucial for maintaining photosynthesis and leaf growth under drought stress
H AbdElgawad, V Avramova, G Baggerman, G Van Raemdonck, ...
Authorea Preprints, 2020
An Integrated Approach to Unravel the Growth Response of Maize Leaves to Drought: Proefschrift
V Avramova
Multi-scale phenotyping of West-European and South-African maize hybrids with contrasting drought sensitivity
V Avramova, K Nagel, H AbdElgawad, F Fiorani, GTS Beemster
Procedia Environmental Sciences 29, 259, 2015
The growth zone of maize leaves is an ideal model system for systems biology approaches to investigate the effects of drought stress on organ growth regulation
V Avramova, H AbdElgawad, Y Guisez, H Asard, GTS Beemster
Procedia Environmental Sciences 29, 258, 2015
Plant responses to drought stress in future climate CO2: A multi-level analysis
H AbdElgawad, G Zinta, MN Markakis, V Avramova, GTS Beemster, ...
Procedia Environmental Sciences 29, 150-151, 2015
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