InstituteStaffMoritz Knoche
Publikationsliste

Publikationen

Buch/Buchkapitel

  • Knoche, M., A. Winkler (2017): Rain-induced cracking of sweet cherries, in In: J. Quero-García, A. Iezzoni, J. Puławska, and G. Lang (eds.), Cherries: botany, production and uses, CAB International, Wallingford, UK, 140 - 165 ISBN 978-1780648378

Dissertationen

  • Brüggenwirth, M. (2016): Einfluss der mechanischen Eigenschaften der Fruchthaut auf das Platzverhalten von SüßkirschenLeibniz Universität Hannover

Nicht rezensierte Zeitschriften

  • Brüggenwirth, M., A. Winkler, M. Knoche (2018): Warum platzen Süßkirschen unter dem Regendach? Wasseraufnahme von Kirschen über den StielObstbau, 76-79
  • Winkler, A., M. Knoche (2018): Druckstellen bei Süßkirschen: Wie entstehen sie? Wie kann man sie vermeiden?Obstbau, 405-407
  • Grimm, E., A. Wellner, J. Gärtner, A. Winkler, M. Knoche (2017): Druckstellen an Süßkirschen - Schäden durch Schlag- und DruckbelastungMitteilungen des Obstbauversuchsringes 72, 133-138
  • Knoche, M., A. Winkler (2017): Das Platzen von Kirschen: Mythen, Mechanismen und Maßnahmen Mitteilungen des Obstbauversuchsringes 72, 165-172
  • Lindstaedt J., Köpcke D., Grimm E., Knoche, M. (2016): Schalenflecken unter der Lupe, Teil 1: Viele Faktoren spielen eine RolleBesseres Obst 10: 19 - 23
  • Lindstaedt J., Grimm E., Köpcke D., Knoche, M. (2015): Lagerung von ‚Elstar‘Obstbau 10, 577-581.
  • Knoche, M. (2014): Water uptake through the surface of fleshy soft fruit: Barriers, mechanism, factors, and potential role in crackingKanayama, Y., Kochetov, A. (eds.). Abiotic stress biology in horticultural plants. Springer, Japan.
  • Knoche, M. (2007): Sweet cherry fruit cracking: Rain or strain crackingCompact Fruit Tree 40, 7-10

Rezensierte Zeitschriften

  • Athoo, T., A. Winkler, M. Knoche (2020): Russeting in ‘Apple’ mango: triggers and mechanismsPlants 9, 898
    DOI: 10.3390/plants9070898
  • Grimm, E., D. Pflugfelder, J. Hahn, M.J. Schmidt, H. Dieckmann, M. Knoche (2020): Spatial heterogeneity of flesh-cell osmotic potential in sweet cherry affects partitioning of absorbed waterHorticultural Research, 7, 51
    DOI: 10.1038/s41438-020-0274-8
  • Hurtado, G., P. Lüdeke, M. Knoche (2020): Non-destructive determination of fruit surface area using Archimedean buoyancyHortScience
    DOI: 10.21273/HORTSCI15240-20
  • Khanal, B.P., S.B. Mekonnen, M. Knoche (2020): Shading affects fracture force and fracture strain of apple fruit skinsScientia Horticulturae
    DOI: 10.1016/j.scienta.2020.109651
  • Khanal, B.P., Y. Imoro, Y.H. Chen, J. Straube, M. Knoche (2020): Surface moisture increases microcracking and water vapor permeance of apple fruit skinPlant Biology
    DOI: 10.1111/plb.13178
  • Khanal, B.P., Y. Si, M. Knoche (2020): Lenticels and apple fruit transpirationPostharvest Biol. Technol, 167, 111221
    DOI: 10.1016/j.postharvbio.2020.111221
  • Schumann, C., M. Knoche (2020): Swelling of cell walls in mature sweet cherry fruit: Factors and mechanismsPlanta 251:65
    DOI: 10.1007/s00425-020-03352-y
  • Winkler, A., B. Fiedler, M. Knoche (2020): Calcium physiology of sweet cherry fruitsTrees, in press
    DOI: 10.1007/s00468-020-01986-9
  • Winkler, A., D. Riedel, D.A. Neuwald, M. Knoche (2020): Water influx through the wetted surface of a sweet cherry fruit: Evidence for an associated solute effluxPlants 9, 440
    DOI: 10.3390/plants9040440
  • Winkler, A., I. Blumenberg, L. Schürmann, M. Knoche (2020): Rain cracking in sweet cherries is caused by surface wetness, not by water uptakeScientia Horticulturae 269, 109400
    DOI: 10.1016/j.scienta.2020.109400
  • Chen, Y.-H., B.P. Khanal, M. Linde, T. Debener, M. Alkio, M. Knoche (2019): Expression of putative aquaporin genes in sweet cherry is higher in flesh than skin and most are downregulated during developmentScientia Horticulturae 244: 304–314
    DOI: 10.1016/j.scienta.2018.09.065
  • Grimm E., J. Hahn, D. Pflugfelder, M. Schmidt, D. van Dusschoten, M. Knoche (2019): Localized bursting of mesocarp cells triggers catastrophic fruit crackingHorticultural Research, volume 6, Article number: 79
    DOI: 10.1038/s41438-019-0161-3
  • Knoche M., E. Grimm, A. Winkler, M. Alkio, J. Lorenz (2019): Characterizing neck shrivel in european plumJ. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci.144, 38-44
    DOI: 10.21273/JASHS04561-18
  • Knoche, M., A. Winkler (2019): The mechanism of rain cracking of sweet cherry fruit.Italus Hortus 26, 59-65.
  • Schumann, C., A. Winkler, M. Brüggenwirth, K. Köpcke, M. Knoche (2019): Crack initiation and propagation in sweet cherry skin: A simple chain reaction causes the crack to ‘run’PlosOne, 14(7):e0219794
    DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0219794
  • Wellner, A., E. Grimm, M. Knoche (2019): Effect of management factors on flesh color of two red-fleshed apple clonesHorticulturae, 5, 0054
    DOI: 10.3390/horticulturae5030054
  • Winkler, A., E. Grimm, M. Knoche (2019): Sweet cherry fruit: Ideal osmometers? Frontiers in Plant Science
    DOI: 10.3389/fpls.2019.00164
  • Winkler, A., M. Knoche (2019): Calcium and the physiology of sweet cherries: a reviewScientia Horticulturae 245, 107-115
    DOI: 0.1016/j.scienta.2018.10.012
  • Winkler, A., M. Knoche (2018): Predicting osmotic potential from measurements of refractive index in cherries, grapes and plumsPLoS One
    DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0207626
  • Knoche, M., B.P. Khanal, M. Brüggenwirth, S. Thapa (2018): Patterns of microcracking in apple fruit skin reflect those of the cuticular ridges and of the epidermal cell wallsPlanta 248, 293-306
    DOI: 10.1007/s00425-018-2904-z
  • Schlegel, H.J., E. Grimm, A. Winkler, M. Knoche (2018): Orange peel disorder in sweet cherry: Mechanism and triggersPostharvest Biology and Technology 137, 119–128
    DOI: 0.1016/j.postharvbio.2017.11.018
  • Brüggenwirth, M., M. Knoche (2017): Cell wall swelling, fracture mode, and the mechanical properties of cherry fruit skins are closely relatedPlanta 245, 765-777.
    DOI: 10.1007/s00425-016-2639-7
  • Grimm, E., D. Pflugfelder, D. van Dusschoten, A. Winkler, M. Knoche (2017): Physical rupture of the xylem in developing sweet cherry fruit causes progressive decline in xylem sap inflow ratePlanta 246, 659–672
    DOI: 10.1007/s00425-017-2719-3
  • Khanal, B.P., M. Knoche (2017): Mechanical properties of cuticles and their primary determinantsJ. Experimental Botany 68, 5351-5367
    DOI: 10.1093/jxb/erx265
  • Knoche, M., A. Lang (2017): Ongoing growth challenges fruit-skin integrityCritical Reviews Plant Sciences 36, 190-215
    DOI: 10.1080/07352689.2017.1369333
  • Knoche, M., P. Measham (2017): The permeability concept: A useful tool in analyzing water transport through the sweet cherry fruit surfaceActa Hort 1161, 367-374
    DOI: 10.17660/ActaHortic.2017.1161.59
  • Brüggenwirth, M., A. Winkler, M. Knoche (2016): Xylem, phloem, and transpiration flows in developing sweet cherry fruitTrees.
    DOI: 10.1007/s00468-016-1415-4
  • Brüggenwirth, M., M. Knoche (2016): Time to fracture and fracture strain are negatively related in sweet cherry fruit skinJ. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 141, 485–489.
    DOI: 10.21273/JASHS03810-16
  • Brüggenwirth, M., M. Knoche (2016): Mechanical properties of skins of sweet cherry fruit of differing susceptibilities to crackingJ. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 141, 162-168.
    DOI: 10.21273/JASHS.141.2.162
  • Brüggenwirth, M., M. Knoche (2016): Factors affecting mechanical properties of the skin of sweet cherry fruitJ. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 141, 45-53.
    DOI: 10.21273/JASHS.141.1.45
  • Lai, X., B.P. Khanal, M. Knoche (2016): Mismatch between cuticle deposition ans area expansion in fruit skins allows potentially catastrophic buildup of elastic strainPlanta 244, 1145-1156.
    DOI: 10.1007/s00425-016-2572-9
  • Winkler, A., M. Brüggenwirth, M. Knoche (2016): Fruit apoplast tension draws xylem water into mature sweet cherriesScientia Horticulturae.
    DOI: 10.1016/j.scienta.2016.06.041
  • Winkler, A., S. Peschel, K. Kohrs, M. Knoche (2016): Rain cracking in sweet cherries is not due to excess water uptake but to localized skin phenomenaJ. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 141, 653–660
    DOI: 10.21273/JASHS03937-16
  • Brüggenwirth, M., M. Knoche (2015): Xylem conductance of sweet cherry pedicelsTrees 29, 1851-1860.
    DOI: 10.1007/s00468-015-1266-4
  • Grimm, E., M. Knoche (2015): Sweet cherry skin has a less negative osmotic potential than the fleshJ. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 140, 472-479. (ASHS Outstanding Fruit Publication Award 2015).
    DOI: 10.21273/JASHS.140.5.472
  • Knoche, M., T.O. Athoo, A. Winkler, M. Brüggenwirth (2015): Postharvest osmotic dehydration of pedicels of sweet cherry fruit Postharvest Biol. Technol. 108, 86-90.
    DOI: 10.1016/j.postharvbio.2015.05.014
  • Winkler, A., M. Ossenbrink, M. Knoche (2015): Malic acid promotes cracking of sweet cherry fruitJ. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 140, 280-287.
    DOI: 10.21273/JASHS.140.3.280
  • Alkio, M., U. Jonas, M. Declercq, S. van Nocker, M. Knoche (2014): Transcriptional dynamics of the developing sweet cherry (Prunus avium L.) fruit: Sequencing, annotation and expression profiling of exocarp-associated genesHorticulture Research.
    DOI: 10.1038/hortres.2014.11
  • Brüggenwirth, M., H. Fricke und M. Knoche (2014): Biaxial tensile tests identify epidermis and hypodermis as the main structural elements of sweet cherry skinAnnals of Botany – Plants
    DOI: 10.1093/aobpla/plu019
  • Declercq, M., M. Alkio, T. Sprink, L. Schreiber, M. Knoche (2014): Effect of sweet cherry genes PaLACS2 and PaATT1 on cuticle deposition, composition and permeability in ArabidopsisTree Genetics & Genomes
    DOI: 10.1007/s11295-014-0791-4
  • Khanal, B.P., M. Knoche (2014): Mechanical properties of apple skin are determined by epidermis and hypodermisJ. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 139, 139-148
    DOI: 0.21273/JASHS.139.2.139
  • Knoche, M., E. Grimm und H. Schlegel (2014): Mature sweet cherries have low turgorJ. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 139, 3-12.
    DOI: 10.21273/JASHS.139.1.3
  • Knoche, M., P.D. Petracek (2014): Foliar uptake of PGRs: Barriers, mechanisms, model systems, and factorsActa Hort. 1042, 125-141
    DOI: 10.17660/ActaHortic.2014.1042.16
  • Middelberg M., M. Knoche and P.D. Petracek (2014): Effects of pH, temperature, humidity, and rewetting on cuticular penetration of ABAActa Hort. 1042, 143-150
    DOI: 10.17660/ActaHortic.2014.1042.17
  • Scharwies, J.D., E. Grimm und M. Knoche (2014): Russeting and relative growth rate are positively related in ‘Conference’ and ‘Condo’ pearHortScience, 49, 746-749
    DOI: 10.21273/HORTSCI.49.6.746
  • Schumann, C., H.J. Schlegel, E. Grimm, M. Knoche, A. Lang (2014): Water potential and its components in developing sweet cherryAmer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 139: 349-355
    DOI: 10.21273/JASHS.139.4.349
  • Winkler, A., E. Grimm, M. Knoche, J. Lindstaedt, D. Köpcke (2014): Late season surface water induces skin spot in appleHortScience, 49(10):1324–1327
    DOI: 10.21273/HORTSCI.49.10.1324
  • Becker, T., D. Molitor, M. Behr, D. Evers, M. Knoche (2013): Influence of leaf removal on microcrack frequency of grape berriesJournal of Plant Pathology S1: 79-80
  • Grimm, E., S. Peschel, M. Knoche (2013): Mottling on sweet cherry fruit is caused by exocarp strainJournal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 138, 18-23
    DOI: 10.21273/JASHS.138.1.18
  • Khanal, B. P., E. Grimm, S. Finger, A. Blume, M. Knoche (2013): Intracuticular wax fixes and restricts strain in leaf and fruit cuticlesNew Phytologist 200, 134-143
    DOI: 10.1111/nph.12355
  • Khanal, B.P., E. Grimm, M. Knoche (2013): Russeting in apple and pear: A plastic periderm replaces a stiff cuticleAnnals of Botany – Plants
    DOI: 10.1093/aobpla/pls048
  • Khanal, B.P., R. Shresta, L. Hückstädt, M. Knoche (2013): Russeting in apple seems unrelated to the mechanical properties of the cuticleHortScience 48, 1135-1138
    DOI: 10.21273/HORTSCI.48.9.1135
  • Knoche, M., P. Petracek (2013): Characterizing penetration of aminoethoxyvinylglycine (AVG) through isolated tomato fruit cuticlesJournal of Plant Growth Regulation
    DOI: 10.1007/s00344-013-9327-7
  • Alkio, M., U. Jonas, T. Sprink, S. van Nocker, M. Knoche (2012): Identification of putative candidate genes involved in cuticle formation in sweet cherry fruitAnnals of Botany, 110, 101-112
    DOI: 10.1093/aob/mcs087
  • Becker T., M. Knoche (2012): Water induces microcracks in the grape berry cuticleVitis, 51, 141-142.
  • Becker, T., E. Grimm, M. Knoche (2012): Substantial water uptake into detached grape berries occurs through the stem surfaceAustralian Journal of Grape and Wine Research, 18, 109-114 | File |
    DOI: 10.1111/j.1755-0238.2011.00177.x
  • Becker, T., M. Knoche (2012): Deposition, strain, and microcracking of the cuticle in developing ‘Riesling’ grape berriesVitis, 51, 1-6 | File |
  • Grimm, E., B.P. Khanal, A. Winkler, M. Knoche, D. Köpcke (2012): Structural and physiological changes associated with the skin spot disorder in applePostharvest Biology and Technology, 64, 111-118 | File |
    DOI: 10.1016/j.postharvbio.2011.10.004
  • Grimm, E., S. Peschel, T. Becker, M. Knoche (2012): Stress ans Strain in the Sweet Cherry SkinJournal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 137(6): 383-390
    DOI: 10.21273/JASHS.137.6.383
  • Peschel, S., M. Knoche (2012): Studies on Water Transport through the Sweet Cherry Fruit Surface:XII. Variation in Cuticle Properties among CultivarsJournal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 137(6): 367-375
    DOI: 10.21273/JASHS.137.6.367
  • Becker, T., M. Knoche (2011): Water Movement through the surfaces of the grape berry and its stemAmerican Journal of Enology and Viticulture, 62, 340-350 | File |
    DOI: 10.5344/ajev.2011.10056
  • Becker, T., R. Walter, A. Kortekamp, E. Grimm, M. Knoche (2011): Das Platzen von Weinbeeren (Vitis vinifera) bei Befall mit Grauschimmel (Botrytis cinerea)Erwerbs-Obstbau, 53, 85-92
    DOI: 10.1007/s10341-011-0136-5
  • Khanal, B.P., E. Grimm, M. Knoche (2011): Fruit growth cuticle deposition, water uptake and fruit cracking in jostaberry, gooseberry and black currantScientia Horticulturae, 128, 289–296 | File |
    DOI: 10.1016/j.scienta.2011.02.002
  • Knoche, M., B.P. Khanal, M. Stopar (2011): Russeting and microcracking of 'Golden Delicious' apple fruit concomitantly decline due to Gibberellin A4+7 applicationJournal of the American Society for Horticultural Science, 136, 159-164 | File |
    DOI: 10.21273/JASHS.136.3.159
  • Weichert, H., S. Peschel, M. Knoche, D. Neumann (2010): Effect of receiver pH on infinite dose diffusion of 55FeCl3 across the sweet cherry fruit exocarpJournal of the American Society for Horticultural Science, 135, 95-101 | File |
    DOI: 10.21273/JASHS.135.2.95
  • Knoche, M., E. Grimm (2008): Surface moisture induces microcracks in the cuticle of ‘Golden Delicious’ appleHortscience, 43, 1929–1931 | File |
    DOI: 10.21273/HORTSCI.43.6.1929
  • Knoche, M., S. Peschel (2007): Gibberellins increase cuticle deposition in developing tomato fruitPlant Growth Regulation, 51, 1-10 | File |
    DOI: 10.1007/s10725-006-9107-5
  • Knoche, M., S. Peschel (2007): Deposition and strain of the cuticle of developing European Plum fruit | File |
    DOI: 10.21273/JASHS.132.5.597
  • Peschel,S., R. Franke, L. Schreiber, M. Knoche (2007): Composition of the cuticle of developing sweet cherry fruitPhytochemistry 68, 1017–1025 | File |
    DOI: 10.1016/j.phytochem.2007.01.008
  • Knoche, M., S. Peschel (2006): Water on the surface aggravates microscopic cracking of the sweet cherry fruit cuticleJournal of the American Society for Horticultural Science, 131, 192-200
    DOI: 10.21273/JASHS.131.2.192
  • Weichert, H., M. Knoche (2006): Studies on water transport through the sweet cherry fruit surface: 11. FeCl3 decreases water permeability of polar pathwaysJournal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 54, 6294–6302
    DOI: 10.1021/jf061251f
  • Weichert, H., M. Knoche (2006): Studies on water transport through the sweet cherry fruit surface: 10. Evidence for polar pathways across the exocarpJournal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 54, 3951-3958
    DOI: 10.1021/jf053220a

Tagungsbeiträge

  • Khanal, B. P., M. Knoche (2017): Mechanical properties of apple skin are determined by epidermis and hypodermisBHGL – Schriftenreihe 32, 23
  • Winkler, A., M. Knoche (2017): Das Platzen von Süßkirschen ist die Folge lokaler WasseraufnahmeBHGL – Schriftenreihe 32, 22
  • Brüggenwirth, M., Knoche, M. (2015): Mechanische Eigenschaften der Fruchthaut von Süßkirschen im biaxialen ZugtestBHGL – Schriftenreihe 31, 35
  • Khanal, B.P., Winkler, A., Grimm, E., Knoche, M., Lindstaedt, J. und Köpcke, D. (2015): Surface wetness induced microcracks in the cuticle are causal in Elstar skin spotBHGL – Schriftenreihe 31, 44
  • Winkler, A., Brüggenwirth, M., Athoo, T. und Knoche, M. (2015): Osmotische Dehydration von Stielen von Süßkirschen-FrüchtenBHGL – Schriftenreihe 31, 36
  • Athoo, T., Knoche, M. (2014): Comparing permeabilities of pedicel and fruit surface of sweet cherry to water vaporBDGL-Schriftenreihe 30, 4
  • Brüggenwirth, M., Fricke, H., Knoche, M. (2014): Epidermis und Hypodermis sind das mechanische Rückgrat der Fruchthaut von SüßkirschenBDGL-Schriftenreihe 30, 5
  • Khanal, B.P., Grimm, E., Knoche, M. (2014): Intracuticular wax and restricts strain in leaf and fruit cuticlesBDGL-Schriftenreihe 30, 133
  • Winkler, A., Grimm, E., Khanal B.P., Knoche, M. (2014): Schalenflecken bei ‚Elstar‘ - Strukturelle und physiologische VeränderungenBDGL-Schriftenreihe 30, 6.
  • Khanal, B. P., Grimm, E. und M. Knoche (2013): Russeting in apple and pear: A plastic periderm replaces a stiff cuticleBHGL – Schriftenreihe 29, 43
  • Becker; T., Kortekamp, A., Louis, F., Grimm, E. und M.Knoche (2011): Rain induced grape berry splitting: A problem of surface water transport?BHGL – Schriftenreihe 28, 125
  • Becker; T., Kortekamp, A., Louis, F., und M. Knoche (2011): Rain induced grape berry splitting: A problem of surface water transport?Journal of Plant Pathology, 93, S1-44
  • Khanal, B. P., Grimm, E. und M. Knoche (2011): Fruit growth, cuticle deposition, water uptake and fruit cracking in Jostaberry (Ribes nidigrolaria), Gooseberry (Ribes uva-crispa), and Black currant (Ribes nigrum)BHGL – Schriftenreihe 28, 49
  • Knoche, M., Grimm, E., Becker, T. und Kortekamp, A. (2011): Das Platzen von Weinbeeren und Kirschen: Ein Vergleich von Äpfeln und Birnen?Tagungsband 64. Pfälzische Weinbautage, p. 18-20
  • Sprink, T., Alkio, M., Jonas, U., und M. Knoche (2011): Expression patterns of genes putatively involved in cuticle biosynthesis in sweet cherry fruit are tissue and developmental stage specificBHGL – Schriftenreihe 28, 48
  • Knoche, M. (2007): Sweet cherry fruit cracking: Rain or strain cracking50th Annual IFTA Conference, February 4-7, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
  • Weichert, H. und M. Knoche (2006): Fe3+ - Penetration durch das SüßkirschenexokarpBHGL – Schriftenreihe 24, 154

Vorträge

  • Knoche, M. (2016): Platzen, Pitting, Stielverbräunung und Orangenhaut: Ursachen und VermeidungSteinobstsprechtag, Esteburg Obstbauzentrum Jork, 22.2.2016
  • Knoche, M. (2016): Formação de frutos, cutícula e cera - fatores associados ao russeting e sua prevenção. (Fruit formation, cuticle and wax - russeting related factors and its prevention)III Seminario Internacional Fruticultura, Vacaria, Brasil, 18. - 20.5.2016
  • Knoche, M., M. Brüggenwirth (2016): Mechanical properties of the sweet cherry fruit skin. Final COST FA 1104 Conference, 4.-8. April 2016, Naoussa, Griechenland.Final COST FA 1104 Conference, Naoussa, Griechenland, 4.-8. April 2016
  • Knoche, M. (2015): Is rain cracking of sweet cherries related to turgor?Dept. Horticulture, Michigan State University East Lansing, USA
  • Knoche, M. (2015): Sweet cherry fruit cracking: Rain or strain induced?Athens, Georgia, USA
  • Knoche, M. (2015): Khanal (2015): Growth: a mechanical challenge for polymers at the surfaceInternational Symposium on Plant Apoplastic Barriers, Nantes, France. 2. - 4. 09.2015
  • Knoche, M. (2015): Stand der Forschung zum Thema Platzen von KirschenObstbautage Sachsen Anhalt. Landesverband Sächsisches Obst e.V. . Hettstedt. 27.01.2015
  • Knoche, M. (2015): Stand der Forschung zum Thema Platzen von KirschenObstbautage Sachsen-Anhalt Hettsted
  • Knoche, M. (2014): There is (almost) no turgor in mature sweet cherries4th Management Commitee and II Working Group Meeting. COST FA 1104. Bordeaux, France. 13.10.2014
  • Knoche, M. (2013): Oberflächliches und Tiefgründiges – Steinobstforschung an der Uni Hannover39. Bundessteinobstseminar. DLR. Ahrweiler. 05.12.2013
  • Knoche, M. (2013): Foliar penetration of PGRs: Barriers, mechanisms, model systems and factorsMeeting of the plant growth regulation society of America. ISHS. Orlando, Florida, USA. 30.08.2013
  • Knoche, M. (2013): The permeability concept: A useful tool in analyzing water transport through the sweet cherry fruit surface7th cherry international symposium. ISHS. Plasencia, Spain. 25.06.2013
  • Knoche, M. (2012): Sweet cherry fruit cracking: rain or strain induced?1st Working Group and 2nd Management Committee Meeting, COST Action FA1104. Universität Palermo. Palermo, Italy. 21.11.2012
  • Knoche, M. (2011): Mikrorisse in der Fruchthaut bei Steinobst – Ursache und Folgen (Platzen, Monilia, Halswelke)Steinobsttag 2011. Steinobstring Thurgau. Flawil, Schweiz. 25.01.2011
  • Knoche, M. (2011): Das Platzen von Weinbeeren und Kirschen – Ein Vergleich von Äpfeln und Birnen? Weinbautage. LWK Rheinland-Pfalz. Neustadt. 18.01.2011
  • Knoche, M. (2007): Mikrorisse in der Fruchthaut von Pflaumen: Ursachen und KonsequenzenBundesseminar Steinobst. DLR. Ahrweiler. 05.12.2007
  • Knoche, M. (2007): Sweet cherry fruit cracking38th National Cherry Conference. Cherry Growers Association of South Australia. Adelaide, Australia. 08.08.2007
  • Knoche, M. (2007): Sweet cherry fruit cracking: rain or strain cracking? 50th annual conference, International Fruit Tree Association. Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, 05.02.2007
  • Knoche, M. (2006): Physiology of sweet cherry crackingArt Mitchell Cherry Symposium. AgBioResearch. Traverse City, Michigan, USA. 17.01.2006.
  • Knoche, M. (2005): Warum platzen unsere Kirschen – neue Erkenntnisse und Empfehlungen.14. Thüringer Obstbautag. Lehr-und Versuchsanstalt Gartenbau Erfurt. Erfurt. 27.01.2005
  • Knoche, M. (2004): Neue Erkenntnisse zum Platzen der Süßkirsche. 30. Bundes-SteinobstseminarDLR. Ahrweiler. 03.12.2004