Hans van Veen
Hans van Veen
Plant Ecophysiology, Utrecht University
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Plant responses to flooding stress
E Loreti, H van Veen, P Perata
Current Opinion in Plant Biology 33, 64-71, 2016
Two Rumex species from contrasting hydrological niches regulate flooding tolerance through distinct mechanisms
H van Veen, A Mustroph, GA Barding, M Vergeer-van Eijk, ...
The Plant Cell 25 (11), 4691-4707, 2013
Signal dynamics and interactions during flooding stress
R Sasidharan, S Hartman, Z Liu, S Martopawiro, N Sajeev, H van Veen, ...
Plant Physiology 176 (2), 1106-1117, 2018
A stress recovery signaling network for enhanced flooding tolerance in Arabidopsis thaliana
E Yeung, H van Veen, D Vashisht, ALS Paiva, M Hummel, T Rankenberg, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (26), E6085-E6094, 2018
Transcriptomes of eight Arabidopsis thaliana accessions reveal core conserved, genotype-and organ-specific responses to flooding stress
H Van Veen, D Vashisht, M Akman, T Girke, A Mustroph, E Reinen, ...
Plant Physiology 172 (2), 668-689, 2016
Ethylene-mediated nitric oxide depletion pre-adapts plants to hypoxia stress
S Hartman, Z Liu, H Van Veen, J Vicente, E Reinen, S Martopawiro, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-9, 2019
Waterlogging and plant nutrient uptake
JTM Elzenga, H van Veen
Waterlogging signalling and tolerance in plants, 23-35, 2010
Group VII E thylene R esponse F actor diversification and regulation in four species from flood‐prone environments
H van Veen, M Akman, DCL Jamar, D Vreugdenhil, M Kooiker, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment 37 (10), 2421-2432, 2014
Molecular profiles of contrasting shade response strategies in wild plants: differential control of immunity and shoot elongation
CMM Gommers, DH Keuskamp, S Buti, H Van Veen, IT Koevoets, ...
The Plant Cell 29 (2), 331-344, 2017
Extreme hypoxic conditions induce selective molecular responses and metabolic reset in detached apple fruit
D Cukrov, M Zermiani, S Brizzolara, A Cestaro, F Licausi, C Luchinat, ...
Frontiers in plant science 7, 146, 2016
Learning from nature: the use of non-model species to identify novel acclimations to flooding stress
L Voesenek, H van Veen, R Sasidharan
AoB Plants 6, 2014
Functional balancing of the hypoxia regulators RAP2. 12 and HRA1 takes place in vivo in Arabidopsis thaliana plants
B Giuntoli, F Licausi, H van Veen, P Perata
Frontiers in plant science 8, 591, 2017
Keeping the shoot above water – submergence triggers antithetical growth responses in stems and petioles of watercress (Nasturtium officinale)
JT Müller, H van Veen, MM Bartylla, M Akman, O Pedersen, P Sun, ...
New Phytologist 229 (1), 140-155, 2021
Shape shifting by amphibious plants in dynamic hydrological niches
H van Veen, R Sasidharan
New Phytologist 229 (1), 79-84, 2021
Different survival strategies amongst plants to cope with underwater conditions
H Van Veen, D Vashisht, LACJ Voesenek, R Sasidharan
Low-Oxygen Stress in Plants, 329-349, 2014
Variation in Arabidopsis flooding responses identifies numerous putative “tolerance genes”
D Vashisht, H van Veen, M Akman, R Sasidharan
Plant signaling & behavior 11 (11), e1249083, 2016
Age-dependent abiotic stress resilience in plants
T Rankenberg, B Geldhof, H van Veen, K Holsteens, B Van de Poel, ...
Trends in Plant Science, 2021
Nocturnal gibberellin biosynthesis is carbon dependent and adjusts leaf expansion rates to variable conditions
P Prasetyaningrum, L Mariotti, MC Valeri, G Novi, S Dhondt, D Inzé, ...
Plant Physiology 185 (1), 228-239, 2021
Towards increased shading potential: a combined phenotypic and genetic analysis of rice shoot architecture
M Huber, MM Julkowska, BL Snoek, H van Veen, J Toulotte, V Kumar, ...
bioRxiv, 2021
Nighttime gibberellin biosynthesis is influenced by fluctuating environmental conditions and contributes to growth adjustments of Arabidopsis leaves.
P Prasetyaningrum, L Mariotti, MC Valeri, G Novi, S Dhondt, D Inzé, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
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