Publication list

Khalil SRM, Ashoub A, Hussein BA, Brüggemann W, Hussein EHA & Tawfik MS (2021)
Physiological and molecular evaluation of ten Egyptian barley cultivars under salt stress conditions. J. Crop Sci. Biotechnol.

Bantis F, Graap J, Früchtenicht E, Bussotti F, Radoglou K & Brüggemann W (2021). Field Performances of Mediterranean Oaks in Replicate Common Gardens for Future Reforestation under Climate Change in Central and Southern Europe: First Results from a Four-Year Study. Forests, 12(6), 678.

Früchtenicht E, Bock J, Feucht V, & Brüggemann W (2021). Reactions of three European oak species (Q. robur, Q. petraea and Q. ilex) to repetitive summer drought in sandy soil. Trees, Forests and People, 5, 100093.

Süßel F & Brüggemann W (2021). Properties of secondary xylem of mature oaks in southwest Germany formed after extreme drought stress in summer 2018. Trees, Forests and People, 5, 100097.

Süßel F & Brüggemann W (2021). Tree water relations of mature oaks in southwest Germany under extreme drought stress in summer 2018. Plant Stress, 1, 100010.

Badr, A, & Brüggemann, W (2020). Comparative analysis of drought stress response of maize genotypes using chlorophyll fluorescence measurements and leaf relative water content. Photosynthetica, 58, 638-645.

Pollastrini M, Salvatori E, Fusaro L, Manes F, Marzuoli R, Gerosa G, Brüggemann W, Strasser RJ & Bussotti F (2020). Selection of tree species for forests under climate change: is PSI functioning a better predictor for net photosynthesis and growth than PSII? Tree Physiology, 40(11), 1561-1571.

Kotrade P, Werner A, Ebersberger I & Brüggemann W (2020). Comparative transcriptomics reveal insights into the drought response of the three Panicum species P. bisulcatum, P. laetum and P. turgidum. Plant Gene, 100232.

Khalil, SR, Ashoub A, Hussein BA, Brüggemann W, Hussein EH & Tawfik MS (2020) Physiological and molecular studies on wild barley (Hordeum spontaneum) under salt stress. Plant Archives 20 (2) pp. 9669-9681

Bantis F, Früchtenicht E, Graap J, Ströll S, Reininger N, Schäfer L,
Pollastrini M, Holland V, Bussotti F, Radoglou K & Brüggemann W (2020). The JIP-test as a tool for forestry in times of climate change. Photosynthetica, 58 (SI).

Koller S, Holland V & Brüggemann W (2020). Seasonal monitoring of PSII functionality and relative chlorophyll content on a field site in two consecutive years: A case study of different oak species. Photosynthetica, 58 (SI), 194-205.

Kotrade P, Sehr EM & Brüggemann W (2019). Expression profiles of 12 drought responsive genes in two European (deciduous) oak species during a two-year drought experiment with consecutive drought periods. Plant Gene, 100193.

Madritsch S, Wischnitzki E, Kotrade P, Ashoub A, Burg A, Fluch S, Brüggemann W & Sehr EM (2019). Elucidating drought stress tolerance in European oaks through cross-species transcriptomics. G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics, g3-400456.

Kotrade P, Sehr EM, Wischnitzki E & Brüggemann W (2019). Comparative transcriptomics-based selection of suitable reference genes for normalization of RT-qPCR experiments in drought-stressed leaves of three European Quercus species. Tree Genetics & Genoms, 15(3), 38.

Bantis F, Radoglou K & Brüggemann W (2019). Differential ecophysiological responses to seasonal drought of three co-existing oak species in northern Greece. Plant Biosystems-An International Journal Dealing with all Aspects of Plant Biology, 153(3), 378-384.

Früchtenicht E, Neumann L, Klein N & Brüggemann W (2018). Response of Quercus robur and two potential climate change winners—Quercus pubescens and Quercus ilex—To two years summer drought in a semi-controlled competition study: II— . Environmental and Experimental Botany, 152, 118-127.

Früchtenicht E, Neumann L, Klein N, Bonal D & Brüggemann W (2018). Response of Quercus robur and two potential climate change winners—Quercus pubescens and Quercus ilex—To two years summer drought in a semi-controlled competition study: I—Tree water Status. Environmental and Experimental Botany, 152, 107-117.

Ashoub A, Müller N, Jiménez‐Gómez JM & Brüggemann W (2017). Prominent alterations of wild barley leaf transcriptome in response to individual and combined drought acclimation and heat shock conditions. Physiologia plantarum, 163(1), 18-29.

Holland V, Fragner L, Jungcurt T, Weckwerth W & Brüggemann W (2016). Girdling interruption between source and sink in Quercus pubescens does not trigger leaf senescence. Photosynthetica, 1-9.

Pollastrini M, Holland V, Brüggemann W, Bruelheide H, Dănilă I, Jaroszewicz B, Valladares F & Bussotti F (2016). Taxonomic and ecological relevance of the chlorophyll a fluorescence signature of tree species in mixed European forests. New Phytologist, 212(1), 51-65.

Pollastrini M, Holland V, Brüggemann W & Bussotti F (2016). Chlorophyll a fluorescence analysis in forests. Annali di Botanica, 6, 23-37.

Ashoub A, Baeumlisberger M, Neupaertl M, Karas M & Brüggemann W (2015). Characterization of common and distinctive adjustments of wild barley leaf proteome under drought acclimation, heat stress and their combination. Plant molecular biology 87(4-5):459-471.

Bussotti F, Pollastrini M, Holland V & Brüggemann W (2015) Functional traits and adaptive capacity of European forests to climate change. Environmental and Experimental Botany 111:91-113.

Holland V, Koller S, Lukas S & Brüggemann W (2015) Drought-and frost-induced accumulation of soluble carbohydrates during accelerated senescence in Quercus pubescens. Trees. DOI 10.1007/s00468-015-1290-4.

Jedmowski C, Ashoub A, Momtaz O & Brüggemann W (2015) Impact of Drought, Heat, and Their Combination on Chlorophyll Fluorescence and Yield of Wild Barley (Hordeum spontaneum). Journal of Botany, 2015.

Jedmowski C & Brüggemann W (2015) Imaging of fast chlorophyll fluorescence induction curve (OJIP) parameters, applied in a screening study with wild barley (Hordeum spontaneum) genotypes under heat stress. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B: Biology 151:153-160.

Holland V, Koller S & Brüggemann W (2014) Insight into the photosynthetic apparatus in evergreen and deciduous European oaks during autumnal senescence by using OJIP fluorescence transient analysis. Plant biology 16:801-808.

Jedmowski C, Ashoub A, Beckhaus T, Berberich T, Karas M & Brüggemann W (2014) Comparative analysis of Sorghum bicolor proteome in response to drought stress and following Recovery. International journal of proteomics. Article ID 395905: 10 pages

Jedmowski C, Bayramov S & Brüggemann W (2014) Comparative analysis of drought stress effects on photosynthesis of Eurasian and North African genotypes of wild barley. Photosynthetica 52(4):564-573.

Koller S, Jedmowski C, Kamm K & Brüggemann W (2014) The South Hesse Oak Project (SHOP): Species- and sitespecific efficiency of the photosynthetic apparatus of Mediterranean and Central European Oaks. Plant Biosystems 148:237-248.

Pollastrini M, Holland V, Brüggemann W, Koricheva J, Jussila I, Scherer-Lorenzen M, Berger S & Bussotti F (2014) Interactions and competition processes among tree species in young experimental mixed forests, assessed with chlorophyll fluorescence and leaf morphology. Plant Biology 16(2): 323-331.

Ashoub A, Beckhaus T, Berberich T, Karas M & Brüggemann W (2013): Comparative analysis of barley leaf proteome as affected by drought stress. Planta, 237: 771-781.

Baeten L,… Brüggemann W,… Holland V,… & Scherer-Lorenz M (2013) A novel comparative research platform designed to determine the functional significance of tree species diversity in European forests. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 15(5):281-291.

Jedmowski C, Ashoub A & Brüggemann W (2013): Reactions of Egyptian landraces of Hordeum vulgare and Sorghum bicolor to drought stress, evaluated by the OJIP fluorescence transient analysis. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum 35:345-354.

Koller S, Holland V & Brüggemann W (2013) Effects of drought stress on the evergreenQuercus ilex L., the deciduous Q. robur L. and their hybrid Q. × turneri Willd., Photosynthetica 51(4):574-582.

Alfonso SU & Brüggemann W (2012) Photosynthetic responses of a C3 and three C4 species of the genus Panicum (s.l.) with different metabolic subtypes to drought stress. Photosynthesis Research 112:175-191.

Dorow W., Lange A, Querbach A & Brüggemann W (2012): Mediterranean Oaks (Quercus spp.) and Central European Oak-feeding Lepidoptera in Southern Hesse, Germany. Entomologia Generalis 34:119-134.

Pflug E & Brüggemann W (2012) Frost-acclimation of photosynthesis in overwintering Mediterranean holm oak, grown in Central Europe. International Journal of Plant Biology 3:1-8.

Zimmermann T, Bocksberger G, Brüggemann W & Berberich T (2012) Phylogenetic relationship and molecular taxonomy of African grasses of the genus Panicum inferred from four chloroplast DNA-barcode sequences and phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase. Journal of Plant Research 126:363–371.

Ashoub A, Berberich T, Beckhaus T & Brüggemann W (2011): A competent extraction method of plant proteins for 2-D gel electrophoresis. Electrophoresis 32:2975-2978.

Bussotti F, ... Weber D, ... & Strasser RJ (2011) Conclusive remarks. Reliability and comparability of chlorophyll fluorescence data from several field teams. Environmental and Experimental Botany 73:116–119.

Holland V & Brüggemann W (2011) Photosynthetic properties of Quercus x hispanica Lam. and Quercus suber L. under harsh Central European winter conditions. Photosynthetica 49:459-465.

Vargas GA, Brueggemann W & Bernal JA (2011) Diversidad de mariposas diurnas (Lepidoptera) del jardín Botánico de la Universidad Autónoma de Chiriquí. Puente Biológico 4:25-43.

Dias MC & Brüggemann W (2010) Limitations of photosynthesis in Phaseolus vulgaris under drought stress: Gas exchange, Chlorophyll fluorescence and Calvin cycle enzymes. Photosynthetica 48:96-102.

Dias MC & Brüggemann W (2010) Water-use efficiency in Flaveria species under drought-stress conditions. Photosynthetica 48: 469-473.

Both H & Brüggemann W (2009): Photosynthesis studies on European evergreen and deciduous oaks grown under Central European climate conditions. I. A case study of leaf development and seasonal variation of photosynthetic capacity in Quercus robur (L.), Q. ilex (L.) and their semideciduous hybrid, Q. x turneri (Willd.). Trees 23:1081-1090.

Brüggemann W, Bergmann M, Nierbauer K-U, Pflug E, Schmidt C & Weber D (2009): Photosynthesis studies on European evergreen and deciduous oaks grown under Central European climate conditions. II. Photoinhibitory and light-independent Violaxanthin deepoxidation and downregulation of photosystem II in evergreen, winter-acclimated European Quercus taxa. Trees 23:1091-1100.

Gerhardt M, Schneider S & Brüggemann W (2009) Physiological acclimation to light in Chara intermedia nodes. Aquatic Botany 91:151-156.

Dias MC & Brüggemann W (2007) Differential inhibition of photosynthesis under drought stress in Flaveria species with different degrees of development of the C4 syndrome. Photosynthetica 45:25-35.

Beyel V & Brüggemann W (2005) Differential inhibition of photosynthesis during pre-flowering drought stress in Sorghum bicolor genotypes with different senescence traits. Physiologia Plantarum 124:249-259.

Venema JH, Linger P, van Heusden PR, van Hasselt PR & Brüggemann W (2005) The inheritance of chilling tolerance in tomato (Lycopersicon spp.). Plant Biology 7 (2):118-130.

Koroleva OY, Krause GH & Brüggemann W (2000) Effects of long-term chilling on xanthophyll cycle activity and non-photochemical fluorescence quenching in Lycopersicon genotypes. Journal ofPlant Physiology 156:341-349.

Rombola AD, Brüggemann W, Tagliavini M, Marangoni B & Moog PR (2000): Iron source affects Fe reduction and regreening of Kiwifruit (Actinidia deliciosa). Journal of Plant Nutrition 23:1751-1765.

Linger P & Brüggemann W (1999): Correlations between chlorophyll fluorescence quenching parameters and photosynthesis in a segregating Lycopersicon esculentum x L. peruvianum population as measured under constant conditions. Photosynthesis Research 61:145-156.

van Heusden AW, Koornneef M, Voorrips RE, Brüggemann W, Pet G, Vrielink-van Ginkel R, Chen X & Linhout P (1999) Three QTLs from Lycopersicon peruvianum confer a high level of resistance to Clavibacter michiganensis ssp. michiganensis. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 99:1068-1074.

Brüggemann W, Beyel V, Brodka M, Poth H, Weil M & Stockhaus J (1998) Antioxidants and antioxidative enzymes in wild-type and transgenic Lycopersicon genotypes of different chilling tolerance. Plant Science 140:145-154.

Dauborn B & Brüggemann W (1998) A spontaneous point mutation in the Rubisco large subunit gene impairing holoenzyme assembly renders the IVb plastome mutant of Oenothera elata ssp. hookeri extremely light- and chilling sensitive. Physiologia Plantarum 104:116-124.

Moog PR (1998) Flooding tolerance of Carex species. I. Root structure. Planta 207:189-198.

Moog PR & Brüggemann W (1998) Flooding tolerance of Carex species. II. Root gas exchange. Planta 207:199-206.

Brüggemann W, Linger P, Wenner A & Koornneef M (1996) Improvement of post-chilling photosynthesis in tomato by sexual hybridisation with a Lycopersicon peruvianum accession from elevated altitude. Advances in Horticultural Science 10:215-218.

Dauborn B & Brüggemann W (1996) Genome and plastome effects on photosynthesis parameters in Oenothera species of differential low-temperature tolerance. Physiologia Plantarum 97:79-84.

Brüggemann W (1995) Long-term chilling of young tomato plants under low light. VI. Differential chilling sensitivity of ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase / oxygenase is linked to the oxidation of cystein residues. Plant and Cell Physiology 36:733-736.

Brüggemann W, Dauborn B, Klaucke S, Linger P, Maas-Kantel K & Wenner A (1995) Chilling sensitivity of photosynthesis: Ecophysiological studies in two Lycopersicon species of different chilling tolerance. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum 17:113-122.

Brüggemann W, Linger P & Maas-Kantel K (1995) Chilling sensitivity of photosynthesis: Evidence for differential oxidative stress in two Lycopersicon species of different chilling tolerance . Mathis, P. (Hrsg.) : Proc. Xth Intl. Congress on Photosynthesis. Bd. IV. Dordrecht Netherlands : Kluwer Academic Publishers. 829-832.

Brüggemann W & Koroleva OY (1995) Chilling sensitivity of violaxanthin deepoxidation inhibits the development of energy-dependent chlorophyll fluorescence quenching in vivo. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 33:251-259.

Brüggemann W, Wenner A & Sakata Y (1995) Long-term chilling of young tomato plants under low light. VII. Increasing chilling tolerance of photosynthesis in Lycopersicon esculentum by somatic hybridization with L. peruvianum. Plant Science 108:23-30.

Brüggemann W & Wolter F (1995): Decrease of energy-dependent quenching, but no major changes of photosynthesis parameters in Arabidopsis thaliana with genetically engineered phosphatidyl glycerol composition. Plant Science 108:13-21.

Moog PR, van der Kooij TAW, Brüggemann W, Schiefelbein J & Kuiper PJC (1995) Responses to iron deficiency in Arabidopsis thaliana: The Turbo iron reductase does not depend on the formation of root hairs and transfer cells. Planta 195:505-513.


Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Brüggemann

Ecophysiology of plants

Institute for ecology, diversity and Evolution

Biologicum (building D, 1. floor, room 1.420)

Campus Riedberg
Max-von-Laue-Straße 13
60438 Frankfurt am Main


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