Klaus Winter
Klaus Winter
Senior Scientist, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute
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TitleCited byYear
Photoinhibition and zeaxanthin formation in intact leaves: a possible role of the xanthophyll cycle in the dissipation of excess light energy
B Demmig, K Winter, A Krüger, FC Czygan
Plant physiology 84 (2), 218-224, 1987
8601987
Crassulacean acid metabolism
K Winter, JAC Smith
- Berlin, etc.: Ecological studies, 1996, 1996
483*1996
Crassulacean acid metabolism
K Winter, JAC Smith
Berlin, etc.: Ecological studies 114, 1996
483*1996
Functional Significance of Different Pathways of CO2 Fixation in Photosynthesis
CB Osmond, K Winter, H Ziegler
Physiological plant ecology II, 479-547, 1982
3961982
Crassulacean acid metabolism
K Winter
Photosynthetic mechanisms and the environment., 329-387, 1985
357*1985
Phylogeny, adaptive radiation, and historical biogeography in Bromeliaceae: Insights from an eight‐locus plastid phylogeny
TJ Givnish, MHJ Barfuss, B Van Ee, R Riina, K Schulte, R Horres, ...
American journal of botany 98 (5), 872-895, 2011
3392011
Zeaxanthin and the heat dissipation of excess light energy in Nerium oleander exposed to a combination of high light and water stress
B Demmig, K Winter, A Krüger, FC Czygan
Plant Physiology 87 (1), 17-24, 1988
2981988
Environmental and physiological determinants of carbon isotope discrimination in terrestrial plants
LA Cernusak, N Ubierna, K Winter, JAM Holtum, JD Marshall, ...
New Phytologist 200 (4), 950-965, 2013
2772013
Multiple origins of crassulacean acid metabolism and the epiphytic habit in the Neotropical family Bromeliaceae
DM Crayn, K Winter, JAC Smith
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (10), 3703-3708, 2004
2632004
Inhibition of zeaxanthin formation and of rapid changes in radiationless energy dissipation by dithiothreitol in spinach leaves and chloroplasts
B Demmig-Adams, WW Adams, U Heber, S Neimanis, K Winter, A Krüger, ...
Plant Physiology 92 (2), 293-301, 1990
2631990
NaCl-induzierter Crassulaceensäurestoffwechsel bei Mesembryanthemum crystallinum
K Winter, DJ von Willert
Zeitschrift für Pflanzenphysiologie 67 (2), 166-170, 1972
2131972
Photochemical efficiency of photosystem II, photon yield of O 2 evolution, photosynthetic capacity, and carotenoid composition during the midday depression of net CO 2 uptake …
B Demmig-Adams, WW Adams, K Winter, A Meyer, U Schreiber, ...
Planta 177 (3), 377-387, 1989
2121989
Crassulacean acid metabolism in Australian vascular epiphytes and some related species
K Winter, BJ Wallace, GC Stocker, Z Roksandic
Oecologia 57 (1-2), 129-141, 1983
2051983
High susceptibility to photoinhibition of young leaves of tropical forest trees
GH Krause, A Virgo, K Winter
Planta 197 (4), 583-591, 1995
1941995
Adaptive radiation, correlated and contingent evolution, and net species diversification in Bromeliaceae
TJ Givnish, MHJ Barfuss, B Van Ee, R Riina, K Schulte, R Horres, ...
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 71, 55-78, 2014
1872014
An improved RNA isolation method for succulent plant species rich in polyphenols and polysaccharides
HH Gehrig, K Winter, J Cushman, A Borland, T Taybi
Plant molecular biology reporter 18 (4), 369-376, 2000
1732000
An introduction to crassulacean acid metabolism. Biochemical principles and ecological diversity
K Winter, JAC Smith
Crassulacean acid metabolism, 1-13, 1996
1711996
Activity of enzymes of carbon metabolism during the induction of Crassulacean acid metabolism in Mesembryanthemum crystallinum L.
JAM Holtum, K Winter
Planta 155 (1), 8-16, 1982
1701982
Seasonal shift from C3 photosynthesis to Crassulacean Acid Metabolism in Mesembryanthemum crystallinum growing in its natural environment
K Winter, U Lüttge, E Winter, JH Troughton
Oecologia 34 (2), 225-237, 1978
1661978
Intracellular localization of enzymes of carbon metabolism in Mesembryanthemum crystallinum exhibiting C3 photosynthetic characteristics or performing Crassulacean acid metabolism
K Winter, JG Foster, GE Edwards, JAM Holtum
Plant Physiology 69 (2), 300-307, 1982
1601982
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