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Higher plant metabolism of xenobiotics: the 'green liver' concept.
Xenobiotic metabolism in plants resembles that in animal liver on the levels of metabolite patterns, enzyme classes and cDNA sequences. Historical and current evidence for the 'green liver' concept
Ozone and plant health.
  • H. Sandermann
  • Environmental Science
    Annual review of phytopathology
  • 1996
Ozone induces reactions normally elicited by viral and microbial pathogens, which seem to change plant predisposition to either enhanced tolerance or susceptibility for a second stressor.
Plant metabolism of xenobiotics.
  • H. Sandermann
  • Biology
    Trends in biochemical sciences
  • 1 February 1992
Metabolism of isoproturon in soils originating from different agricultural management systems and in cultures of isolated soil bacteria
Abstract To assess the biodegradation pathway of the phenylurea herbicide isoproturon [N-(4-isopropylpheny 1)-N′,N′-dimethylurea] in soils, acetone extracts of the herbicide and its metabolites in
Regulation of membrane enzymes by lipids.
  • H. Sandermann
  • Biology
    Biochimica et biophysica acta
  • 29 September 1978
Use of plant cell cultures to study the metabolism of environmental chemicals.
Molecular Ecotoxicology of Plants
  • H. Sandermann
  • Environmental Science, Biology
    Ecological Studies
  • 2004
The interaction of commercialized transgenic crop plants with potential environmental selection factors is discussed and detoxification by glucosyl transfer or binding to cell wall macromolecules is illustrated.