Sjef Smeekens
Sjef Smeekens
Hoogleraar moleculaire plantenfysiologie Universiteit Utrecht
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Sugar-induced signal transduction in plants
S Smeekens
Annual review of plant biology 51 (1), 49-81, 2000
Fructan: more than a reserve carbohydrate?
I Vijn, S Smeekens
Plant physiology 120 (2), 351-360, 1999
Improved performance of transgenic fructan-accumulating tobacco under drought stress
EAH Pilon-Smits, MJM Ebskamp, MJ Paul, MJW Jeuken, PJ Weisbeek, ...
Plant physiology 107 (1), 125-130, 1995
Towards functional characterisation of the members of the R2R3‐MYB gene family from Arabidopsis thaliana
HD Kranz, M Denekamp, R Greco, H Jin, A Leyva, RC Meissner, K Petroni, ...
The Plant Journal 16 (2), 263-276, 1998
Sucrose-specific induction of anthocyanin biosynthesis in Arabidopsis requires the MYB75/PAP1 gene
S Teng, J Keurentjes, L Bentsink, M Koornneef, S Smeekens
Plant physiology 139 (4), 1840-1852, 2005
Sugar signals and molecular networks controlling plant growth
S Smeekens, J Ma, J Hanson, F Rolland
Current opinion in plant biology 13 (3), 273-278, 2010
Trehalose 6-phosphate is indispensable for carbohydrate utilization and growth in Arabidopsis thaliana
H Schluepmann, T Pellny, A van Dijken, S Smeekens, M Paul
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (11), 6849-6854, 2003
Sugar signals and the control of plant growth and development
J Lastdrager, J Hanson, S Smeekens
Journal of experimental botany 65 (3), 799-807, 2014
Trehalose‐6‐phosphate synthase 1, which catalyses the first step in trehalose synthesis, is essential for Arabidopsis embryo maturation
PJ Eastmond, AJH Van Dijken, M Spielman, A Kerr, AF Tissier, ...
The Plant Journal 29 (2), 225-235, 2002
Fructans: beneficial for plants and humans
T Ritsema, S Smeekens
Current opinion in plant biology 6 (3), 223-230, 2003
Trehalose mediated growth inhibition of Arabidopsis seedlings is due to trehalose-6-phosphate accumulation
H Schluepmann, A Van Dijken, M Aghdasi, B Wobbes, M Paul, ...
Plant physiology 135 (2), 879-890, 2004
The role of the transit peptide in the routing of precursors toward different chloroplast compartments
S Smeekens, C Bauerle, J Hageman, K Keegstra, P Weisbeek
Cell 46 (3), 365-375, 1986
Photosynthesis, sugars and the regulation of gene expression
JV Pego, AJ Kortstee, C Huijser, SCM Smeekens
Journal of Experimental Botany 51 (suppl_1), 407-416, 2000
Sucrose: metabolite and signaling molecule
J Wind, S Smeekens, J Hanson
Phytochemistry 71 (14-15), 1610-1614, 2010
Sugar sensing and sugar-mediated signal transduction in plants.
S Smeekens, F Rook
Plant Physiology 115 (1), 7, 1997
Arabidopsis trehalose-6-phosphate synthase 1 is essential for normal vegetative growth and transition to flowering
AJH Dijken, H Schluepmann, SCM Smeekens
Plant physiology 135 (2), 969-977, 2004
Sucrose‐specific signalling represses translation of the Arabidopsis ATB2 bZIP transcription factor gene
F Rook, N Gerrits, A Kortstee, M Van Kampen, M Borrias, P Weisbeek, ...
The Plant Journal 15 (2), 253-263, 1998
Coronavirus mRNA synthesis involves fusion of non‐contiguous sequences.
W Spaan, H Delius, M Skinner, J Armstrong, P Rottier, S Smeekens, ...
The EMBO journal 2 (10), 1839-1844, 1983
The Arabidopsis SUCROSE UNCOUPLED‐6 gene is identical to ABSCISIC ACID INSENSITIVE‐4: involvement of abscisic acid in sugar responses
C Huijser, A Kortstee, J Pego, P Weisbeek, E Wisman, S Smeekens
The Plant Journal 23 (5), 577-585, 2000
Sequence and topology of a model intracellular membrane protein, E1 glycoprotein, from a coronavirus
J Armstrong, H Niemann, S Smeekens, P Rottier, G Warren
Nature 308 (5961), 751-752, 1984
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