Wiese-Klinkenberg, Anika Dr.

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin

Research Area: Quantitative Bioeconomy

  • Phone: +49 (0)2461 61 8688
  • Fax: +49 (0)2461 61 2492
  • Address: IBG-2: Plant Sciences S50 Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Wilhelm Johnen-Straße, 52428 Jülich
  • Room: Building 0.62, Room 304
  • E-Mail: a.wiese (a.t.) fz-juelich.de


Jornal Publications

Genzel F, Dicke MD, Junker-Frohn LV, Neuwohner A, Thiele B, Putz A, Usadel B, Wormit A, Wiese-Klinkenberg A. Impact of Moderate Cold and Salt Stress on the Accumulation of Antioxidant Flavonoids in the Leaves of Two Capsicum Cultivars. J Agric Food Chem. 2021 Jun 16;69(23):6431-6443.

Junker-Frohn LV, Lück M, Schmittgen S, Wensing J, Carraresi L, Thiele B, Groher T, Reimer JJ, Bröring S, Noga G, Jupke A, Schurr U, Usadel B, Wiese-Klinkenberg A, Wormit A. Tomato's Green Gold: Bioeconomy Potential of Residual Tomato Leaf Biomass as a Novel Source for the Secondary Metabolite Rutin. ACS Omega. 2019 Nov 6;4(21):19071-19080. doi: 10.1021/acsomega.9b01462.

Nunes C., Schluepmann H., Delatte T.L., Wingler A., Silva A.B., Fevereiro P.S., Jansen M., Fiorani F., Wiese-Klinkenberg A., Paul M. (2013) Regulation of growth by the trehalose pathway: Relationship to temperature and sucrose. Plant Signaling & Behavior; 8:e26626; PMID: 24084646; http://dx.doi.org/10.4161/psb.26626

Bergougnoux, V., Zalabák,D., Jandová, M., Novák, O., Wiese-Klinkenberg, A.,Fellner, M.(2012) Effect of Blue Light on Endogenous Isopentenyladenine and Endoreduplication during Photomorphogenesis and De-Etiolation of Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) Seedlings. PLoS ONE 7(9): e45255. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0045255

Ruts, T., Matsubara,S.Wiese-Klinkenberg, A., Walter, A. (2012)Aberrant temporal growth pattern and morphology of root and shoot caused by a defective circadian clock in Arabidopsis thalianaPlant Journal 72, 154–161

Ruts, T., Matsubara,S.Wiese-Klinkenberg, A., Walter, A. (2012) Diel patterns of leaf and root growth: endogenous rhythmicity or environmental response?J. Exp. Bot.63 (9), 3339 – 3351

Delatte, T.L., Sedijani, P. Kondou, Y., Matsui, M., de Jong G.J., Somsen, G.W., Wiese-Klinkenberg, A., Primavesi, L.F., Paul, M.J; Schluepmann, H (2011) Growth Arrest by Trehalose-6-Phosphate: An Astonishing Case of Primary Metabolite Control over Growth by Way of the SnRK1 Signaling Pathway Plant Phys.157, 160–174

Poiré, R., Wiese-Klinkenberg,A., Parent, B., Mielewczik, M., Schurr, U., Tardieu, F., Walter, A. (2010) Diel time courses of leaf growth in monocot and dicot species: endogenous rhythms and temperature effects Journal of Experimental Botany 61(6), 1751 - 1759

Rahmani, F.; Hummel, M.; Schuurmans, J.; Wiese-Klinkenberg, A.; Smeekens, S. and Hanson, J. (2009) Sucrose control of translation mediated by a uORF encoded peptide Plant Phys.150 (3) 1356-1367

Biskup, B.; Scharr, H.; Fischbach, A.; Wiese-Klinkenberg, A.; Schurr, U.; and Walter, A.; (2009) Diel growth cycle of isolated leaf discs analyzed with a novel, high-throughput 3D-imaging method is identical to that of intact leaves. Plant Phys. 149(3) 1452-1461

Hanson, J.; Hanssen, M.; Wiese, A.; Hendriks, M. M. W. B.; Smeekens, S (2008) The sucrose regulated transcription factor bZIP11 affects amino acid metabolism by regulating the expression of ASPARAGINE SYNTHETASE1 and PROLINE DEHYDROGENASE2.Plant J. 53(6) 935–949

Wiese, A.; Christ, M. M.; Virnich, O.; Schurr, U. and Walter, A. (2007) Spatio-temporal leaf growth patterns of Arabidopsis thaliana and evidence for sugar control of the diel leaf growth cycle. New Phytologist 174, 752-761

Walter, A., Scharr, H., Gilmer, F., Zierer, R., Nagel, K.A., Ernst, M., Wiese, A., Virnich, O., Christ, M.M., Uhlig, B., Jünger, S. and Schurr, U. (2007). Dynamics of seeding growth acclimation towards altered light conditions can be quantified via GROWSCREEN: a setup and procedure designed for rapid optical phenotyping of different plant species. New Phytologist 174, 447–455

Wiese, A.;Elzinga, N.;Wobbes, B.; Smeekens, S. (2005) Sucrose-induced translational repression of plant bZIP-type transcription factors. Biochem. Soc. Trans.33, 272-275

Wiese, A.; Elzinga, N.;Wobbes, B.; Smeekens, S. (2004).A conserved uORF mediates sucrose-induced repression of translation. Plant Cell, 16,1717-1729

Wiese, A.; Gröner, F.; Sonnewald, U.; Deppner, H.; Lerchel, J.; Hebbeker, U.; Flügge, U.I. and Weber, A. (1999). Spinach hexokinase 1 is located in the outer envelope membrane of plastids. FEBS Lett.461, 13 – 18



“Control of plant growth dynamics and plant phenotyping in JPPC” Plant Molecular Physiology Mini-Symposium: “Molecular mechanisms underlying carbon allocation to plant growth”, Universiteit Utrecht 11/2012

“Control of leaf growth by the circadian clock” Regulation of Plant Growth Conference (RoPG) , Universität Potsdam , 04/2010

“A conserved uORF mediates sucrose-induced translational control on bZIP transcription factors” 15th International Arabidopsis Conference Berlin 06/2004

“Sucrose controlled translation of AtbZIP11” ALW (Aard- en Levenswetenschappen) / EPW (experimental plant sciences) Meeting, Lunteren Niederlande 04/2004

“Arabidopsis bZIP genes contain a conserved uORF in their 5´UTR essential for sucrose induced repression of translation” EPS (Graduate School Experimental Plant Sciences) Theme 3 Symposium 'Carbohydrates and more', Amsterdam, Niederlande12/ 2003

“ Sucrose sensing in Arabidopsis” Annual ARANED-Meeting (Arabidopsis-Netzwerk in den Niederlanden) Leiden, Niederlande 02/2003