Thomas Günther Pomorski Molecular Biochemistry, Ruhr University Bochum,2016
1 protocol

Xiaohui Liu College of Life Sciences, Northwest A&F University, Yangling
1 protocol

Johannes Liesche
  • Professor, College of Life Sciences, Northwest A&F University, 2019-0
Research focus
  • Cell biology
  • 1 Author merit

Education

Ph.D in Cell Biology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 2012

Publications

https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8753-4037
• Liu, X., Li, J., Zhao, H., Liu, B., Gunther-Pomorski, T., Chen, S. and Liesche, J. (2019). Novel tool to quantify cell wall porosity relates wall structure to cell growth and drug uptake. J Cell Biol 218(4): 1408-1421.
• Liesche, J., Gao, C., Binczycki, P., Andersen, S. R., Rademaker, H., Schulz, A. and Martens, H. J. (2019). Direct Comparison of Leaf Plasmodesma Structure and Function in Relation to Phloem-Loading Type. Plant Physiol 179(4): 1768-1778.
• Liesche, J. and Schulz, A. (2018). Phloem transport in gymnosperms: a question of pressure and resistance. Curr Opin Plant Biol 43: 36-42.
• Xu, Q., Chen, S., Yunjuan, R., Chen, S. and Liesche, J. (2018). Regulation of Sucrose Transporters and Phloem Loading in Response to Environmental Cues. Plant Physiol 176(1): 930-945.
• Liesche, J. and Schulz, A. (2018). Phloem transport in gymnosperms: a question of pressure and resistance. Curr Opin Plant Biol 43: 36-42.
• Liesche, J. (2017). Sucrose transporters and plasmodesmal regulation in passive phloem loading. J Integr Plant Biol 59(5): 311-321.
• Liesche, J., Pace, M. R., Xu, Q., Li, Y. and Chen, S. (2017). Height-related scaling of phloem anatomy and the evolution of sieve element end wall types in woody plants. New Phytol 214(1): 245-256.
• Liesche, J. and Patrick, J. (2017). An update on phloem transport: a simple bulk flow under complex regulation. F1000Res 6: 2096.
1 Protocol published
Non-invasive Quantification of Cell Wall Porosity by Fluorescence Quenching Microscopy
Authors:  Xiaohui Liu, Thomas Günther Pomorski and Johannes Liesche, date: 08/20/2019, view: 494, Q&A: 0
All bacteria, fungi and plant cells are surrounded by a cell wall. This complex network of polysaccharides and glycoproteins provides mechanical support, defines cell shape, controls cell growth and influences the exchange of substances between the ...
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