Department of Botany I - Plant-Physiology and Biophysics

    Publications Dr. Peter Ache

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    2017 [ to top ]

    • Müller, H.M., Schäfer, N., Bauer, H., Geiger, D., Lautner, S., Fromm, J., Riederer, M., Bueno, A., Nussbaumer, T., Mayer, K., Alquraishi, S.A., Alfarhan, A.H., Neher, E., Al-Rasheid, K.A.S., Ache, P., Hedrich, R. (2017) “The desert plant Phoenix dactylifera closes stomata via nitrate-regulated SLAC1 anion channel”, New Phytol, available:
    • Malcheska, F., Ahmad, A., Batool, S., Müller, H.M., Ludwig-Müller, J., Kreuzwieser, J., Randewig, D., Hänsch, R., Mendel, R.R., Hell, R., Wirtz, M., Geiger, D., Ache, P., Hedrich, R., Herschbach, C., Rennenberg, H. (2017) “Drought enhanced xylem sap sulfate closes stomata by affecting ALMT12 and guard cell ABA synthesis”, Plant Physiol, available:
    • Safronov, O., Kreuzwieser, J., Haberer, G., Alyousif, M.S., Schulze, W., Al-Harbi, N., Arab, L., Ache, P., Stempfl, T., Kruse, J., Mayer, K.X., Hedrich, R., Rennenberg, H., Salojärvi, J., Kangasjärvi, J. (2017) “Detecting early signs of heat and drought stress in Phoenix dactylifera (date palm)”, PLoS One, 12, available:

    2016 [ to top ]

    • Jaborsky, M., Maierhofer, T., Olbrich, A., Escalante-Perez, M., Muller, H.M., Simon, J., Krol, E., Cuin, T.A., Fromm, J., Ache, P., Geiger, D., Hedrich, R. (2016) “SLAH3-type anion channel expressed in poplar secretory epithelia operates in calcium kinase CPK-autonomous manner”, New Phytol, 210, 922-33, available:
    • Arab, L., Kreuzwieser, J., Kruse, J., Zimmer, I., Ache, P., Alfarraj, S., Al-Rasheid, K.A.S., Schnitzler, J.P., Hedrich, R., Rennenberg, H. (2016) “Acclimation to heat and drought-Lessons to learn from the date palm (Phoenix dactylifera)”, Environ Exp Bot, 125, 20-30.

    2015 [ to top ]

    • Prasch, C.M., Ott, K.V., Bauer, H., Ache, P., Hedrich, R., Sonnewald, U. (2015) “ss-amylase1 mutant Arabidopsis plants show improved drought tolerance due to reduced starch breakdown in guard cells”, J Exp Bot, 66, 6059-67, available:

    2014 [ to top ]

    • Maierhofer, T., Lind, C., Huttl, S., Scherzer, S., Papenfuss, M., Simon, J., Al-Rasheid, K.A.S., Ache, P., Rennenberg, H., Hedrich, R., Muller, T.D., Geiger, D. (2014) “A single-pore residue renders the Arabidopsis root anion channel SLAH2 highly nitrate selective”, Plant Cell, 26, 2554-2567, available:

    2013 [ to top ]

    • Bauer, H., Ache, P., Lautner, S., Fromm, J., Hartung, W., Al-Rasheid, K.A.S., Sonnewald, S., Sonnewald, U., Kneitz, S., Lachmann, N., Mendel, R.R., Bittner, F., Hetherington, A.M., Hedrich, R. (2013) “The stomatal response to reduced relative humidity requires guard cell-autonomous ABA synthesis”, Curr Biol, 23, 53-57, available:
    • Bauer, H., Ache, P., Wohlfart, F., Al-Rasheid, K.A.S., Sonnewald, S., Sonnewald, U., Kneitz, S., Hetherington, A.M., Hedrich, R. (2013) “How do stomata sense reductions in atmospheric relative humidity?”, Mol Plant, 6, 1703–1706, available:

    2012 [ to top ]

    • Escalante-Perez, M., Jaborsky, M., Lautner, S., Fromm, J., Muller, T., Dittrich, M., Kunert, M., Boland, W., Hedrich, R., Ache, P. (2012) “Poplar extrafloral nectaries: two types, two strategies of indirect defenses against herbivores”, Plant Physiol, 159, 1176-91, available:
    • Larisch, C., Dittrich, M., Wildhagen, H., Lautner, S., Fromm, J., Polle, A., Hedrich, R., Rennenberg, H., Muller, T., Ache, P. (2012) “Poplar wood rays are involved in seasonal remodeling of tree physiology”, Plant Physiol, 160, 1515-29, available:
    • Escalante-Perez, M., Jaborsky, M., Reinders, J., Kurzai, O., Hedrich, R., Ache, P. (2012) “Poplar extrafloral nectar is protected against plant and human pathogenic fungus”, Mol Plant, 5, 1157-9, available:

    2011 [ to top ]

    • Geiger, D., Maierhofer, T., Al-Rasheid, K.A.S., Scherzer, S., Mumm, P., Liese, A., Ache, P., Wellmann, C., Marten, I., Grill, E., Romeis, T., Hedrich, R. (2011) “Stomatal closure by fast abscisic acid signaling is mediated by the guard cell anion channel SLAH3 and the receptor RCAR1”, Sci Signal, 4, ra32, available:

    2010 [ to top ]

    • Rienmuller, F., Beyhl, D., Lautner, S., Fromm, J., Al-Rasheid, K.A.S., Ache, P., Farmer, E.E., Marten, I., Hedrich, R. (2010) “Guard cell-specific calcium sensitivity of high density and activity SV/TPC1 channels”, Plant Cell Physiol, 51, 1548-54, available:
    • Herschbach, C., Teuber, M., Eiblmeier, M., Ehlting, B., Ache, P., Polle, A., Schnitzler, J.P., Rennenberg, H. (2010) “Changes in sulphur metabolism of grey poplar (Populus x canescens) leaves during salt stress: a metabolic link to photorespiration”, Tree Physiol, 30, 1161-1173, available:
    • Geiger, D., Scherzer, S., Mumm, P., Marten, I., Ache, P., Matschi, S., Liese, A., Wellmann, C., Al-Rasheid, K.A.S., Grill, E., Romeis, T., Hedrich, R. (2010) “Guard cell anion channel SLAC1 is regulated by CDPK protein kinases with distinct Ca2+ affinities”, Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 107, 8023-8, available:
    • Ache, P., Bauer, H., Kollist, H., Al-Rasheid, K.A.S., Lautner, S., Hartung, W., Hedrich, R. (2010) “Stomatal action directly feeds back on leaf turgor: new insights into the regulation of the plant water status from non-invasive pressure probe measurements”, Plant J, 62, 1072-82, available:
    • Ache, P., Fromm, J., Hedrich, R. (2010) “Potassium-dependent wood formation in poplar: seasonal aspects and environmental limitations”, Plant Biol, 12, 259-67, available:

    2009 [ to top ]

    • Geiger, D., Scherzer, S., Mumm, P., Stange, A., Marten, I., Bauer, H., Ache, P., Matschi, S., Liese, A., Al-Rasheid, K.A.S., Romeis, T., Hedrich, R. (2009) “Activity of guard cell anion channel SLAC1 is controlled by drought-stress signaling kinase-phosphatase pair”, Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 106, 21425-30, available:
    • Escalante-Perez, M., Lautner, S., Nehls, U., Selle, A., Teuber, M., Schnitzler, J.P., Teichmann, T., Fayyaz, P., Hartung, W., Polle, A., Fromm, J., Hedrich, R., Ache, P. (2009) “Salt stress affects xylem differentiation of grey poplar (Populus x canescens)”, Planta, 229, 299-309, available:

    2008 [ to top ]

    • Teuber, M., Zimmer, I., Kreuzwieser, J., Ache, P., Polle, A., Rennenberg, H., Schnitzler, J.P. (2008) “VOC emissions of Grey poplar leaves as affected by salt stress and different N sources”, Plant Biol, 10, 86-96, available:
    • Deeken, R., Ache, P., Kajahn, I., Klinkenberg, J., Bringmann, G., Hedrich, R. (2008) “Identification of Arabidopsis thaliana phloem RNAs provides a search criterion for phloem-based transcripts hidden in complex datasets of microarray experiments”, Plant J, 55, 746-59, available:

    2007 [ to top ]

    • Latz, A., Ivashikina, N., Fischer, S., Ache, P., Sano, T., Becker, D., Deeken, R., Hedrich, R. (2007) “In planta AKT2 subunits constitute a pH- and Ca2+-sensitive inward rectifying K+ channel”, Planta, 225, 1179-91, available:
    • Zimmermann, D., Westhoff, M., Zimmermann, G., Gessner, P., Gessner, A., Wegner, L.H., Rokitta, M., Ache, P., Schneider, H., Vasquez, J.A., Kruck, W., Shirley, S., Jakob, P., Hedrich, R., Bentrup, F.W., Bamberg, E., Zimmermann, U. (2007) “Foliar water supply of tall trees: evidence for mucilage-facilitated moisture uptake from the atmosphere and the impact on pressure bomb measurements”, Protoplasma, 232, 11-34, available:

    2005 [ to top ]

    • Ivashikina, N., Deeken, R., Fischer, S., Ache, P., Hedrich, R. (2005) “AKT2/3 subunits render guard cell K+ channels Ca2+ sensitive”, J Gen Physiol, 125, 483-92, available:
    • Niewiadomski, P., Knappe, S., Geimer, S., Fischer, K., Schulz, B., Unte, U.S., Rosso, M.G., Ache, P., Flügge, U.I., Schneider, A. (2005) “The Arabidopsis plastidic glucose 6-phosphate/phosphate translocator GPT1 is essential for pollen maturation and embryo sac development”, Plant Cell, 17, 760-775, available:
    • Arend, M., Stinzing, A., Wind, C., Langer, K., Latz, A., Ache, P., Fromm, J., Hedrich, R. (2005) “Polar-localised poplar K+ channel capable of controlling electrical properties of wood-forming cells”, Planta, 223, 140-8, available:
    • Buchsenschutz, K., Marten, I., Becker, D., Philippar, K., Ache, P., Hedrich, R. (2005) “Differential expression of K+ channels between guard cells and subsidiary cells within the maize stomatal complex”, Planta, 222, 968-76, available:

    2004 [ to top ]

    • Philippar, K., Ivashikina, N., Ache, P., Christian, M., Luthen, H., Palme, K., Hedrich, R. (2004) “Auxin activates KAT1 and KAT2, two K+-channel genes expressed in seedlings of Arabidopsis thaliana”, Plant J, 37, 815-27, available:
    • Langer, K., Levchenko, V., Fromm, J., Geiger, D., Steinmeyer, R., Lautner, S., Ache, P., Hedrich, R. (2004) “The poplar K+ channel KPT1 is associated with K+ uptake during stomatal opening and bud development”, Plant J, 37, 828-38, available:

    2003 [ to top ]

    • Stadler, R., Buttner, M., Ache, P., Hedrich, R., Ivashikina, N., Melzer, M., Shearson, S.M., Smith, S.M., Sauer, N. (2003) “Diurnal and light-regulated expression of AtSTP1 in guard cells of Arabidopsis”, Plant Physol, 133, 528-37, available:
    • Ivashikina, N., Deeken, R., Ache, P., Kranz, E., Pommerrenig, B., Sauer, N., Hedrich, R. (2003) “Isolation of AtSUC2 promoter-GFP-marked companion cells for patch-clamp studies and expression profiling”, Plant J, 36, 931-45, available:
    • Deeken, R., Ivashikina, N., Czirjak, T., Philippar, K., Becker, D., Ache, P., Hedrich, R. (2003) “Tumour development in Arabidopsis thaliana involves the Shaker-like K+ channels AKT1 and AKT2/3”, Plant J, 34, 778-87, available:
    • Becker, D., Hoth, S., Ache, P., Wenkel, S., Roelfsema, M.R., Meyerhoff, O., Hartung, W., Hedrich, R. (2003) “Regulation of the ABA-sensitive Arabidopsis potassium channel gene GORK in response to water stress”, FEBS Lett, 554, 119-26, available:

    2002 [ to top ]

    • Reintanz, B., Szyroki, A., Ivashikina, N., Ache, P., Godde, M., Becker, D., Palme, K., Hedrich, R. (2002) “AtKC1, a silent Arabidopsis potassium channel alpha -subunit modulates root hair K+ influx”, Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 99, 4079-84, available:
    • Schonknecht, G., Spoormaker, P., Steinmeyer, R., Bruggeman, L., Ache, P., Dutta, R., Reintanz, B., Godde, M., Hedrich, R., Palme, K. (2002) “KCO1 is a component of the slow-vacuolar (SV) ion channel”, FEBS lett, 511(1-3), 28-32, available:
    • Langer, K., Ache, P., Geiger, D., Stinzing, A., Arend, M., Wind, C., Regan, S., Fromm, J., Hedrich, R. (2002) “Poplar potassium transporters capable of controlling K+ homeostasis and K+-dependent xylogenesis”, Plant J, 32, 997-1009, available:
    • Deeken, R., Geiger, D., Fromm, J., Koroleva, O., Ache, P., Langenfeld-Heyser, R., Sauer, N., May, S.T., Hedrich, R. (2002) “Loss of the AKT2/3 potassium channel affects sugar loading into the phloem of Arabidopsis”, Planta, 216, 334-44, available:

    2001 [ to top ]

    • Szyroki, A., Ivashikina, N., Dietrich, P., Roelfsema, M.R., Ache, P., Reintanz, B., Deeken, R., Godde, M., Felle, H., Steinmeyer, R., Palme, K., Hedrich, R. (2001) “KAT1 is not essential for stomatal opening”, Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 98, 2917-21, available:
    • Ivashikina, N., Becker, D., Ache, P., Meyerhoff, O., Felle, H.H., Hedrich, R. (2001) “K+ channel profile and electrical properties of Arabidopsis root hairs”, FEBS Lett, 508, 463-9, available:
    • Ache, P., Becker, D., Deeken, R., Dreyer, I., Weber, H., Fromm, J., Hedrich, R. (2001) “VFK1, a Vicia faba K+ channel involved in phloem unloading”, Plant J, 27, 571-80, available:

    2000 [ to top ]

    • Downey, P., Szabo, I., Ivashikina, N., Negro, A., Guzzo, F., Ache, P., Hedrich, R., Terzi, M., Schiavo, F.L. (2000) “KDC1, a novel carrot root hair K+ channel. Cloning, characterization, and expression in mammalian cells”, J Biol Chem, 275, 39420-6, available:
    • Deeken, R., Sanders, C., Ache, P., Hedrich, R. (2000) “Developmental and light-dependent regulation of a phloem-localised K+ channel of Arabidopsis thaliana”, Plant J, 23, 285-90, available:
    • Ache, P., Becker, D., Ivashikina, N., Dietrich, P., Roelfsema, M.R., Hedrich, R. (2000) “GORK, a delayed outward rectifier expressed in guard cells of Arabidopsis thaliana, is a K+-selective, K+-sensing ion channel”, FEBS Lett, 486, 93-8, available:

    1999 [ to top ]

    • Marten, I., Hoth, S., Deeken, R., Ache, P., Ketchum, K.A., Hoshi, T., Hedrich, R. (1999) “AKT3, a phloem-localized K+ channel, is blocked by protons”, Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 96, 7581-6, available:

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