Laure Weisskopf
Laure Weisskopf
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Release of plant-borne flavonoids into the rhizosphere and their role in plant nutrition
S Cesco, G Neumann, N Tomasi, R Pinton, L Weisskopf
Plant and Soil 329 (1-2), 1-25, 2010
Production of plant growth modulating volatiles is widespread among rhizosphere bacteria and strongly depends on culture conditions
D Blom, C Fabbri, EC Connor, FP Schiestl, DR Klauser, T Boller, L Eberl, ...
Environmental microbiology 13 (11), 3047-3058, 2011
Plant-borne flavonoids released into the rhizosphere: impact on soil bio-activities related to plant nutrition. A review
S Cesco, T Mimmo, G Tonon, N Tomasi, R Pinton, R Terzano, ...
Biology and Fertility of Soils 48 (2), 123-149, 2012
Heavy metals in white lupin: uptake, root‐to‐shoot transfer and redistribution within the plant
V Page, L Weisskopf, U Feller
New Phytologist 171 (2), 329-341, 2006
The modulating effect of bacterial volatiles on plant growth: current knowledge and future challenges
A Bailly, L Weisskopf
Plant signaling & behavior 7 (1), 79-85, 2012
White lupin has developed a complex strategy to limit microbial degradation of secreted citrate required for phosphate acquisition
L Weisskopf, E ABOU‐MANSOUR, N Fromin, N Tomasi, D Santelia, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment 29 (5), 919-927, 2006
Volatile-mediated killing of Arabidopsis thaliana by bacteria is mainly due to hydrogen cyanide
D Blom, C Fabbri, L Eberl, L Weisskopf
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 77 (3), 1000-1008, 2011
Production of bioactive volatiles by different Burkholderia ambifaria strains
U Groenhagen, R Baumgartner, A Bailly, A Gardiner, L Eberl, S Schulz, ...
Journal of chemical ecology 39 (7), 892-906, 2013
Plasma membrane H+‐ATPase‐dependent citrate exudation from cluster roots of phosphate‐deficient white lupin
N Tomasi, T Kretzschmar, L Espen, L Weisskopf, AT Fuglsang, ...
Plant, cell & environment 32 (5), 465-475, 2009
Flavonoids of white lupin roots participate in phosphorus mobilization from soil
N Tomasi, L Weisskopf, G Renella, L Landi, R Pinton, Z Varanini, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 40 (7), 1971-1974, 2008
Pseudomonas strains naturally associated with potato plants produce volatiles with high potential for inhibition of Phytophthora infestans
L Hunziker, D Bönisch, U Groenhagen, A Bailly, S Schulz, L Weisskopf
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 81 (3), 821-830, 2015
Genus‐wide acid tolerance accounts for the biogeographical distribution of soil Burkholderia populations
N Stopnisek, N Bodenhausen, B Frey, N Fierer, L Eberl, L Weisskopf
Environmental microbiology 16 (6), 1503-1512, 2014
The inter‐kingdom volatile signal indole promotes root development by interfering with auxin signalling
A Bailly, U Groenhagen, S Schulz, M Geisler, L Eberl, L Weisskopf
The Plant Journal 80 (5), 758-771, 2014
Secretion activity of white lupin’s cluster roots influences bacterial abundance, function and community structure
L Weisskopf, N Fromin, N Tomasi, M Aragno, E Martinoia
Plant and Soil 268 (1), 181-194, 2005
Isoflavonoid exudation from white lupin roots is influenced by phosphate supply, root type and cluster‐root stage
L Weisskopf, N Tomasi, D Santelia, E Martinoia, NB Langlade, ...
New Phytologist 171 (3), 657-668, 2006
Molecular mechanisms underlying the close association between soil Burkholderia and fungi
N Stopnisek, D Zühlke, A Carlier, A Barberán, N Fierer, D Becher, ...
The ISME journal 10 (1), 253-264, 2016
Burkholderia species are major inhabitants of white lupin cluster roots
L Weisskopf, S Heller, L Eberl
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 77 (21), 7715-7720, 2011
Spatio-temporal dynamics of bacterial communities associated with two plant species differing in organic acid secretion: a one-year microcosm study on lupin and wheat
L Weisskopf, RC Le Bayon, F Kohler, V Page, M Jossi, JM Gobat, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 40 (7), 1772-1780, 2008
Volatile organic compounds from native potato-associated Pseudomonas as potential anti-oomycete agents
M De Vrieze, P Pandey, TD Bucheli, AR Varadarajan, CH Ahrens, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 6, 1295, 2015
Oxalotrophy, a widespread trait of plant-associated Burkholderia species, is involved in successful root colonization of lupin and maize by Burkholderia phytofirmans
T Kost, N Stopnisek, K Agnoli, L Eberl, L Weisskopf
Frontiers in microbiology 4, 421, 2014
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