Centre for Integrative Biological Signalling Studies
Cluster of Excellence, University of Freiburg

Prof. Dr. Ralf Reski

Prof. Dr. Ralf Reski

Institute of Biology II – Plant Biotechnology (Faculty of Biology)
University of Freiburg

+49 761 203 6969

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10 selected publications

  • Enabling the water-to-land transition.
    Reski R (2018).
    Nat Plants 4, 67-68.
  • A phenol-enriched cuticle is ancestral to lignin evolution in land plants.
    + Renault H, Alber A, Horst NA, Lopes AB, Fich EA, Kriegshauser L, Wiedemann G, Ullmann P, Herrgott L, Erhardt M, Pineau E, Ehlting J, Schmitt M, Rose JKC, Reski R*, Werck-Reichhart D* (2017).
    Nat Comm 8, 14713.
  • Origin and function of stomata in the moss Physcomitrella patens.
    Chater CC, Caine RS, Tomek M, Wallace S, Kamisugi Y, Cuming AC, Lang D, MacAlister CA, Casson S, Bergmann DC, Decker EL, Frank W, Gray JE, Fleming A, Reski R*, Beerling DJ* (2016).
    Nat Plants 2, 16179.
  • Chloroplast FBPase and SBPase are thioredoxin-linked enzymes with similar architecture but different evolutionary histories.
    Gütle DD, Roret T, Müller SJ, Couturier J, Lemaire SD, Hecker A, Dhalleine T, Buchanan BB, Reski R, Einsle O, Jacquot JP (2016).
    Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 113, 6779-84.
  • Identification of targets and interaction partners of arginyl-tRNA protein transferase in the moss Physcomitrella patens.
    Hoernstein SN, Mueller SJ, Fiedler K, Schuelke M, Vanselow JT, Schuessele C, Lang D, Nitschke R, Igloi GL, Schlosser A, Reski R (2016).
    Mol Cell Proteomics 15, 1808-22.
  • A single homeobox gene triggers phase transition, embryogenesis and asexual reproduction.
    Horst NA, Katz A, Pereman I, Decker EL, Ohad N*, Reski R* (2016).
    Nat Plants 2, 15209.
  • Spatio-temporal patterning of arginyl-tRNA protein transferase (ATE) contributes to gametophytic development in a moss.
    Schuessele C, Hoernstein SN, Mueller SJ, Rodriguez-Franco M, Lorenz T, Lang D, Igloi GL, Reski R (2016).
    New Phytol 209, 1014-27.
  • Plasma membrane-targeted PIN proteins drive shoot development in a moss.
    Bennett TA, Liu MM, Aoyama T, Bierfreund NM, Braun M, Coudert Y, Dennis RJ, O'Connor D, Wang XY, White CD, Decker EL, Reski R, Harrison CJ (2014).
    Curr Biol 24, 2776-85.
  • Quantitative analysis of the mitochondrial and plastid proteomes of the moss Physcomitrella patens reveals protein macrocompartmentation and microcompartmentation.
    Mueller SJ, Lang D, Hoernstein SN, Lang EG, Schuessele C, Schmidt A, Fluck M, Leisibach D, Niegl C, Zimmer AD, Schlosser A, Reski R (2014).
    Plant Physiol 164, 2081-95.
  • Transcriptional control of gene expression by microRNAs.
    Khraiwesh B, Arif MA, Seumel GI, Ossowski S, Weigel D, Reski R*, Frank W* (2010).
    Cell 140, 111-22.