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Role of ethylene in senescence of petals—morphological and taxonomical relationships
EJ Woltering, WG Van Doorn
Journal of experimental botany 39 (11), 1605-1616, 1988
Morphological classification of plant cell deaths
WG van Doorn, EP Beers, JL Dangl, VE Franklin-Tong, P Gallois, ...
Cell Death & Differentiation 18 (8), 1241-1246, 2011
Many ways to exit? Cell death categories in plants
WG Van Doorn, EJ Woltering
Trends in plant science 10 (3), 117-122, 2005
Physiology and molecular biology of petal senescence
WG van Doorn, EJ Woltering
Journal of experimental botany 59 (3), 453-480, 2008
Multiple mediators of plant programmed cell death: interplay of conserved cell death mechanisms and plant‐specific regulators
FA Hoeberichts, EJ Woltering
Bioessays 25 (1), 47-57, 2003
Metacaspase-8 modulates programmed cell death induced by ultraviolet light and H2O2 in Arabidopsis
R He, GE Drury, VI Rotari, A Gordon, M Willer, T Farzaneh, EJ Woltering, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 283 (2), 774-783, 2008
Controlling ethylene responses in flowers at the receptor level
M Serek, EJ Woltering, EC Sisler, S Frello, S Sriskandarajah
Biotechnology advances 24 (4), 368-381, 2006
Ethylene biosynthetic genes are differentially expressed during carnation (Dianthus caryophyllus L.) flower senescence
A Ten Have, EJ Woltering
Plant molecular biology 34, 89-97, 1997
Senescence and programmed cell death: substance or semantics?
WG van Doorn, EJ Woltering
Journal of experimental botany 55 (406), 2147-2153, 2004
Do plant caspases exist?
EJ Woltering, A van der Bent, FA Hoeberichts
Plant Physiology 130 (4), 1764-1769, 2002
Ethylene perception is required for the expression of tomato ripening-related genes and associated physiological changes even at advanced stages of ripening
FA Hoeberichts, LHW Van Der Plas, EJ Woltering
Postharvest Biology and Technology 26 (2), 125-133, 2002
Current status and future challenges in implementing and upscaling vertical farming systems
SH Van Delden, M SharathKumar, M Butturini, LJA Graamans, ...
Nature Food 2 (12), 944-956, 2021
Histochemical and genetic analysis of host and non‐host interactions of Arabidopsis with three Botrytis species: an important role for cell death control
P van Baarlen, EJ Woltering, M Staats, JAL van Kan
Molecular Plant Pathology 8 (1), 41-54, 2007
A critical role for ethylene in hydrogen peroxide release during programmed cell death in tomato suspension cells
AJ de Jong, ET Yakimova, VM Kapchina, EJ Woltering
Planta 214, 537-545, 2002
A tomato metacaspase gene is upregulated during programmed cell death in Botrytis cinerea-infected leaves
FA Hoeberichts, A Ten Have, EJ Woltering
Planta 217, 517-522, 2003
Components of the gaseous environment and their effects on plant growth and development in vitro
JMC Buddendorf-Joosten, EJ Woltering
Plant Growth Regulation 15, 1-16, 1994
Chemical-induced apoptotic cell death in tomato cells: involvement of caspase-like proteases
AJ De Jong, FA Hoeberichts, ET Yakimova, E Maximova, EJ Woltering
Planta 211, 656-662, 2000
Sources of vase life variation in cut roses: a review
D Fanourakis, R Pieruschka, A Savvides, AJ Macnish, V Sarlikioti, ...
Postharvest Biology and Technology 78, 1-15, 2013
Effects of ethylene on ornamental pot plants: a classification
EJ Woltering
Scientia Horticulturae 31 (3-4), 283-294, 1987
Death proteases come alive
EJ Woltering
Trends in plant science 9 (10), 469-472, 2004
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