Marcel Bucher
Marcel Bucher
University of Berne, Institut für genbiologische Forschung, ETH Zurich, University of Cologne
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Functional biology of plant phosphate uptake at root and mycorrhiza interfaces
M Bucher
New Phytologist 173 (1), 11-26, 2007
Potential for increasing the content and bioavailability of Fe, Zn and Ca in plants for human nutrition
E Frossard, M Bucher, F Mächler, A Mozafar, R Hurrell
Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 80 (7), 861-879, 2000
Molecular mechanisms of phosphate transport in plants
C Rausch, M Bucher
Planta 216 (1), 23-37, 2002
A phosphate transporter expressed in arbuscule-containing cells in potato
C Rausch, P Daram, S Brunner, J Jansa, M Laloi, G Leggewie, N Amrhein, ...
Nature 414 (6862), 462, 2001
Symbiotic phosphate transport in arbuscular mycorrhizas
V Karandashov, M Bucher
Trends in plant science 10 (1), 22-29, 2005
Phosphate transport and homeostasis in Arabidopsis
Y Poirier, M Bucher
The Arabidopsis book/American Society of Plant Biologists 1, 2002
The characterization of novel mycorrhiza‐specific phosphate transporters from Lycopersicon esculentum and Solanum tuberosum uncovers functional redundancy in symbiotic …
R Nagy, V Karandashov, V Chague, K Kalinkevich, MB Tamasloukht, ...
The Plant Journal 42 (2), 236-250, 2005
Phosphate systemically inhibits development of arbuscular mycorrhiza in Petunia hybrida and represses genes involved in mycorrhizal functioning
F Breuillin, J Schramm, M Hajirezaei, A Ahkami, P Favre, U Druege, ...
The Plant Journal 64 (6), 1002-1017, 2010
Preferential expression of an ammonium transporter and of two putative nitrate transporters in root hairs of tomato
FR Lauter, O Ninnemann, M Bucher, JW Riesmeier, WB Frommer
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 93 (15), 8139-8144, 1996
Functional analysis and cell-specific expression of a phosphate transporter from tomato
P Daram, S Brunner, BL Persson, N Amrhein, M Bucher
Planta 206 (2), 225-233, 1998
Root endophyte Colletotrichum tofieldiae confers plant fitness benefits that are phosphate status dependent
K Hiruma, N Gerlach, S Sacristán, RT Nakano, S Hacquard, B Kracher, ...
Cell 165 (2), 464-474, 2016
Pht2; 1 encodes a low-affinity phosphate transporter from Arabidopsis
P Daram, S Brunner, C Rausch, C Steiner, N Amrhein, M Bucher
The Plant Cell 11 (11), 2153-2166, 1999
Evolutionary conservation of a phosphate transporter in the arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis
V Karandashov, R Nagy, S Wegmüller, N Amrhein, M Bucher
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of …, 2004
Insight into the evolution of the Solanaceae from the parental genomes of Petunia hybrida
A Bombarely, M Moser, A Amrad, M Bao, L Bapaume, CS Barry, M Bliek, ...
Nature plants 2 (6), 16074, 2016
Mycorrhizal phosphate uptake pathway in tomato is phosphorus‐repressible and transcriptionally regulated
R Nagy, D Drissner, N Amrhein, I Jakobsen, M Bucher
New Phytologist 181 (4), 950-959, 2009
Differential regulation of five Pht1 phosphate transporters from maize (Zea mays L.)
R Nagy, MJV Vasconcelos, S Zhao, J McElver, W Bruce, N Amrhein, ...
Plant Biology 8 (02), 186-197, 2006
Lyso-phosphatidylcholine is a signal in the arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis
D Drissner, G Kunze, N Callewaert, P Gehrig, MB Tamasloukht, T Boller, ...
Science 318 (5848), 265-268, 2007
Physiological and molecular evidence for Pi uptake via the symbiotic pathway in a reduced mycorrhizal colonization mutant in tomato associated with a compatible fungus
KH Poulsen, R Nagy, LL Gao, SE Smith, M Bucher, FA Smith, I Jakobsen
New Phytologist 168 (2), 445-454, 2005
Molecular and biochemical mechanisms of phosphorus uptake into plants
M Bucher, C Rausch, P Daram
Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 164 (2), 209-217, 2001
Structure and expression profile of the phosphate Pht1 transporter gene family in mycorrhizal Populus trichocarpa
V Loth-Pereda, E Orsini, PE Courty, F Lota, A Kohler, L Diss, D Blaudez, ...
Plant physiology 156 (4), 2141-2154, 2011
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