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Rezensierte Zeitschriften

Schlegel, H.J.; E. Grimm, A. Winkler, M. Knoche (2018): Orange peel disorder in sweet cherry: Mechanism and triggers, Postharvest Biology and Technology 137, 119–128

Brüggenwirth, M., M. Knoche (2017): Cell wall swelling, fracture mode, and the mechanical properties of cherry fruit skins are closely related, Planta 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 rate, Planta 246, 659–672
DOI: 10.1007/s00425-017-2719-3

Khanal, B.P. M. Knoche (2017): Mechanical properties of cuticles and their primary determinants, J. Experimental Botany
DOI: 10.1093/jxb/erx265

Knoche, M. A. Lang (2017): Ongoing growth challenges fruit-skin integrity, Critical Reviews Plant Sciences 36, 190-215
DOI: 10.1080/07352689.2017.1369333

Brüggenwirth, M., A. Winkler, M. Knoche (2016): Xylem, phloem, and transpiration flows in developing sweet cherry fruit, Trees.
DOI: 10.1007/s00468-016-1415-4

Brüggenwirth, M., M. Knoche (2016): Mechanical properties of skins of sweet cherry fruit of differing susceptibilities to cracking, J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 141, 162-168.

Brüggenwirth, M., M. Knoche (2016): Factors affecting mechanical properties of the skin of sweet cherry fruit, J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 141, 45-53.

Brüggenwirth, M., M. Knoche (2016): Time to fracture and fracture strain are negatively related in sweet cherry fruit skin, J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 141, 485–489.

Knoche, M., P. Measham (2016): The permeability concept: A useful tool in analyzing water transport through the sweet cherry fruit surface, Acta Hort., in press.

Lai, X., B.P. Khanal, M. Knoche (2016): Mismatch between cuticle deposition ans area expansion in fruit skins allows potentially catastrophic buildup of elastic strain, Planta 244, 1145-1156.

Winkler, A., M. Brüggenwirth, M. Knoche (2016): Fruit apoplast tension draws xylem water into mature sweet cherries, Scientia 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 phenomena, J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 141, 653–660

Athoo, T.O., A. Winkler, M. Knoche (2015): Pedicel transpiration in sweet cherry fruit: Mechanisms, pathways, factors, J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 140, 136-143.

Brüggenwirth, M., M. Knoche (2015): Xylem conductance of sweet cherry pedicels, Trees.
DOI: 10.1007/s00468-015-1266-4

Brüggenwirth, M., M. Knoche (2015): Xylem conductance of sweet cherry pedicels, Trees 29, 1851-1860.

Grimm, E., M. Knoche (2015): Sweet cherry skin has a less negative osmotic potential than the flesh, J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 140, 472-479. (ASHS Outstanding Fruit Publication Award 2015).

Knoche, M., P. Measham (2015): The permeability concept: A useful tool in analyzing water transport through the sweet cherry fruit surface, Acta Hort. in press.

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.

Winkler, A., M. Ossenbrink, M. Knoche (2015): Malic acid promotes cracking of sweet cherry fruit, J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 140, 280-287.

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 genes, Horticulture 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 skin, Annals 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 Arabidopsis, Tree 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 hypodermis, J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 139, 139-148

Khanal, B.P., M. Knoche, S. Bußler, O. Schlüter  (2014): Evidence for a radial strain gradient in apple fruit cuticles, Planta in press

Knoche, M., E. Grimm und H. Schlegel (2014): Mature sweet cherries have low turgor, J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 139, 3-12.

Knoche, M., P.D. Petracek (2014): Foliar uptake of PGRs: Barriers, mechanisms, model systems, and factors, Acta Hort. 1042, 125-141

Middelberg M., M. Knoche and P.D. Petracek (2014): Effects of pH, temperature, humidity, and rewetting on cuticular penetration of ABA, Acta Hort. 1042, 143-150

Scharwies, J.D., E. Grimm und M. Knoche (2014): Russeting and relative growth rate are positively related in ‘Conference’ and ‘Condo’ pear, HortScience, 49, 746-749

Schumann, C., H.J. Schlegel, E. Grimm, M. Knoche, A. Lang (2014): Water potential and its components in developing sweet cherry, Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 139: 349-355

Winkler, A., E. Grimm, M. Knoche, J. Lindstaedt, D. Köpcke (2014): Late season surface water induces skin spot in apple, HortScience, 49(10):1324–1327

Becker, T., D. Molitor, M. Behr, D. Evers, M. Knoche (2013): Influence of leaf removal on microcrack frequency of grape berries, Journal of Plant Pathology S1: 79-80

Grimm, E., S. Peschel, M. Knoche  (2013): Mottling on sweet cherry fruit is caused by exocarp strain, Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 138, 18-23

Khanal, B. P., E. Grimm, S. Finger, A. Blume, M. Knoche  (2013): Intracuticular wax fixes and restricts strain in leaf and fruit cuticles, New Phytologist 200, 134-143

Khanal, B.P., E. Grimm, M. Knoche  (2013): Russeting in apple and pear: A plastic periderm replaces a stiff cuticle, Annals 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 cuticle, HortScience 48, 1135-1138

Knoche, M., P. Petracek  (2013): Characterizing penetration of aminoethoxyvinylglycine (AVG) through isolated tomato fruit cuticles, Journal 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 fruit, Annals of Botany, 110, 101-112

Becker T., M. Knoche (2012): Water induces microcracks in the grape berry cuticle, Vitis, 51, 141-142.

Becker, T., E. Grimm, M. Knoche  (2012): Substantial water uptake into detached grape berries occurs through the stem surface, Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research, 18, 109-114  | Datei |

Becker, T., M. Knoche  (2012): Deposition, strain, and microcracking of the cuticle in developing ‘Riesling’ grape berries, Vitis, 51, 1-6  | Datei |

Grimm, E., B.P. Khanal, A. Winkler, M. Knoche, D. Köpcke  (2012): Structural and physiological changes associated with the skin spot disorder in apple, Postharvest Biology and Technology, 64, 111-118  | Datei |

Grimm, E., S. Peschel, T. Becker, M. Knoche (2012): Stress ans Strain in the Sweet Cherry Skin, Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 137(6): 383-390

Peschel, S., M. Knoche (2012): Studies on Water Transport through the Sweet Cherry Fruit Surface:XII. Variation in Cuticle Properties among Cultivars, Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 137(6): 367-375

Becker, T., M. Knoche (2011): Water Movement through the surfaces of the grape berry and its stem, American Journal of Enology and Viticulture, 62, 340-350  | Datei |

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

Khanal, B.P., E. Grimm, M. Knoche (2011): Fruit growth cuticle deposition, water uptake and fruit cracking in jostaberry, gooseberry and black currant, Scientia Horticulturae, 128, 289–296  | Datei |

Knoche, M., B.P. Khanal, M. Stopar (2011): Russeting and microcracking of 'Golden Delicious' apple fruit concomitantly decline due to Gibberellin A4+7 application, Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science, 136, 159-164  | Datei |

Weichert, H., S. Peschel, M. Knoche, D. Neumann  (2010): Effect of receiver pH on infinite dose diffusion of 55FeCl3 across the sweet cherry fruit exocarp, Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science, 135, 95-101  | Datei |

Knoche, M., E. Grimm  (2008): Surface moisture induces microcracks in the cuticle of ‘Golden Delicious’ apple, Hortscience, 43, 1929–1931  | Datei |

Knoche, M., S. Peschel (2007): Deposition and strain of the cuticle of developing European Plum fruit  | Datei |

Knoche, M., S. Peschel (2007): Gibberellins increase cuticle deposition in developing tomato fruit, Plant Growth Regulation, 51, 1-10  | Datei |

Peschel,S., R. Franke, L. Schreiber, M. Knoche (2007): Composition of the cuticle of developing sweet cherry fruit, Phytochemistry 68, 1017–1025  | Datei |

Knoche, M., S. Peschel (2006): Water on the surface aggravates microscopic cracking of the sweet cherry fruit cuticle, Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science, 131, 192-200

Weichert, H., M. Knoche (2006): Studies on water transport through the sweet cherry fruit surface: 10. Evidence for polar pathways across the exocarp, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 54, 3951-3958

Weichert, H., M. Knoche (2006): Studies on water transport through the sweet cherry fruit surface: 11. FeCl3 decreases water permeability of polar pathways, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 54, 6294–6302