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Stephan Greiner
Stephan Greiner
Research Group Leader, Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology, Potsdam/Golm, Germany
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GeSeq - versatile and accurate annotation of organelle genomes
M Tillich, P Lehwark, T Pellizzer, ES Ulbricht-Jones, A Fischer, R Bock, ...
Nucleic Acids Research 45 (W1), W6-W11, 2017
15322017
One thousand plant transcriptomes and the phylogenomics of green plants
JH Leebens-Mack, MS Barker, EJ Carpenter, MK Deyholos, ...
Nature 574 (7780), 679-685, 2019
850*2019
OrganellarGenomeDRAW (OGDRAW) version 1.3.1: expanded toolkit for the graphical visualization of organellar genomes
S Greiner, P Lehwark, R Bock
Nucleic Acids Research 47 (W1), W59-W64, 2019
7592019
Horizontal transfer of chloroplast genomes between plant species
S Stegemann, M Keuthe, S Greiner, R Bock
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 109 (7), 2434-2438, 2012
2692012
Why are most organelle genomes transmitted maternally?
S Greiner, J Sobanski, R Bock
BioEssays 37 (1), 80-94, 2015
2252015
Evaluating methods for isolating total RNA and predicting the success of sequencing phylogenetically diverse plant transcriptomes
MTJ Johnson, EJ Carpenter, Z Tian, R Bruskiewich, JN Burris, ...
PLoS ONE 7 (11), e50226, 2012
2242012
Tuning a mÚnage Ó trois: co-evolution and co-adaptation of nuclear and organellar genomes in plants
S Greiner, R Bock
BioEssays 35 (4), 354-365, 2013
1222013
The role of plastids in plant speciation
S Greiner, U Rauwolf, J Meurer, RG Herrmann
Molecular Ecology 20 (4), 671-691, 2011
1082011
The complete nucleotide sequences of the five genetically distinct plastid genomes of Oenothera, subsection Oenothera: I. Sequence evaluation and plastome evolution
S Greiner, X Wang, U Rauwolf, MV Silber, K Mayer, J Meurer, G Haberer, ...
Nucleic Acids Research 36 (7), 2366-2378, 2008
1062008
Recurrent loss of sex is associated with accumulation of deleterious mutations in Oenothera
JD Hollister, S Greiner, W Wang, J Wang, Y Zhang, GKS Wong, SI Wright, ...
Molecular Biology and Evolution 32 (4), 896-905, 2015
962015
GB2sequin - a file converter preparing custom GenBank files for database submission
P Lehwark, S Greiner
Genomics 111 (4), 759-761, 2019
682019
Molecular marker systems for Oenothera genetics
U Rauwolf, H Golczyk, J Meurer, RG Herrmann, S Greiner
Genetics 180 (3), 1289-1306, 2008
582008
The complete nucleotide sequences of the 5 genetically distinct plastid genomes of Oenothera, subsection Oenothera: II. A microevolutionary view using bioinformatics and formalá…
S Greiner, X Wang, RG Herrmann, U Rauwolf, K Mayer, G Haberer, ...
Molecular Biology and Evolution 25 (9), 2019-2030, 2008
572008
Chloroplast DNA in mature and senescing leaves: a reappraisal
H Golczyk, S Greiner, G Wanner, A Weihe, R Bock, T B÷rner, ...
The Plant Cell 26 (3), 847-854, 2014
542014
Variable amounts of DNA related to the size of chloroplasts III. Biochemical determinations of DNA amounts per organelle
U Rauwolf, H Golczyk, S Greiner, RG Herrmann
Molecular Genetics and Genomics 283 (1), 35-47, 2010
502010
Translocations of chromosome end-segments and facultative heterochromatin promote meiotic ring formation in evening primroses
H Golczyk, A Massouh, S Greiner
The Plant Cell 26 (3), 1280-1293, 2014
442014
Spontaneous chloroplast mutants mostly occur by replication slippage and show a biased pattern in the plastome of Oenothera
A Massouh, J Schubert, L Yaneva-Roder, ES Ulbricht-Jones, A Zupok, ...
The Plant Cell 28 (4), 911-929, 2016
432016
No evidence that sex and transposable elements drive genome size variation in evening primroses
JA ┼gren, S Greiner, MTJ Johnson, SI Wright
Evolution 69 (4), 1053-1062, 2015
372015
Growing evening primroses (Oenothera)
S Greiner, K K÷hl
Frontiers in Plant Science 5 (38), 1-12, 2014
372014
Chloroplast nucleoids are highly dynamic in ploidy, number, and structure during leaf development
S Greiner, H Golczyk, I Malinova, T Pellizzer, R Bock, T B÷rner, ...
The Plant Journal 102 (4), 730-746, 2020
312020
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