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Nawrath C., Schreiber L., Franke R., Geldner, N., Reina-Pinto J. J. Kunst L. (2013) Apoplastic Diffusion Barriers in Arabidopsis thaliana, The Arabidopsis Book, 11:e0167. doi: 10.1199/tab.0167.

Christiane Nawrath, Lukas Schreiber, Rochus Benni Franke, Niko Geldner , José J. Reina-Pinto, and Ljerka Kunst (2013), The Arabidopsis Book, 11, e0167, doi: 10.1199/tab.0167.

Christiane Nawrath (2006). Unraveling the complex network of cuticular structure and function. Curr Opin Plant Biol 9:281-287.

Thierry Genoud, Marcela Beatriz Trevino Santa Cruz, Jean-Pierre Métraux, and Christiane Nawrath. Salicylic acid in the plant signalling network. In: Advances in Plant Physiology. Ed. A. Hemantaranjan, Volume VI, Scientific Publishers, Jodhpur, India, 179-193.

Christiane Nawrath, Jean-Pierre Métraux, and Thierry Genoud. Chemical signals in plant resistance. In: Multigenic and Induced Systemic Resistance in Plants. Eds. E.Bent, S. Tuzun. Kluwer/Plenum, Dordrecht, in press.

Jean-Pierre Métraux, Christiane Nawrath, and Thierry Genoud (2002). Systemic acquired resistance. EUPHYTICA 124: 237-243.

Christiane Nawrath (2002). The biopolymers cutin and suberin. In: The Arabidopsis Book, Eds. Somerville, C. and Meyerowitz, E. (American Society of Plant Biologists, www.aspb.org/ publications/arabidopsis).

Jean-Pierre Métraux, Antony Buchala, and Christiane Nawrath (2001). Salicylic acid as a signal for systemic acquired resistance. In: Polyphenols 98, ed.: Augustin Scalbert (INRA Editions).

Christiane Nawrath and Jean-Pierre Métraux (2002). Towards the elucidation of the pathway leading to the biosynthesis of salicylic acid in Arabidopsis. In: Biology of Plant-Microbe Interactions, Volume 3, Eds. Leong, S., Allen, C., Triplett, E.W. International Society for Plant-Microbe Interatcions, St. Paul, MN, USA, pp 64-71.

Yves Poirier and Christiane Nawrath (1998). Transgenic plants for the production of polyhydroxyalkanoates, a family of biodegradable thermoplastics and elastomers. In: Transgenic Plant Research, ed.: Keith Lindsey, Harwood Academic Publishers, pp 201-218.

 Christiane Nawrath and Yves Poirier (1997). Review on polyhydroxyalkanoate formation (PHA) in the model plant Arabidopsis: from PHB to other PHAs. In: 1996 International Symposium on Bacterial Polyhydroxyalkanoates, eds.: Eggink, Steinbüchel, A., Poirier, Y., and Witholt, B., NRC Research Press, Ottawa, pp 119-126.

Christiane Nawrath, Yves Poirier, and Chris Somerville (1995). Plant polymers for biodegradable plastics: cellulose, starch and polyhydroxyalkanoates, Mol. Breeding 1: 105-122.

Yves Poirier, Christiane Nawrath, and Chris Somerville (1995). Production of polyhydroxyalkanoates, a family of biodegradable plastics and elastomers, in bacteria and plants, Bio/Technology 13, 142-150.

Christiane Nawrath, Yves Poirier and Chris Somerville (1994). Plastid targeting of the enzymes required for the production of polyhydroxybutyrate in higher plants, In: Biodegradable Plastics and Polymers, Osaka, Japan, November 9-11, 1993, eds.: Y. Doi and K. Fukuda, Elsivier Science Publishers B. V., Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp 136-149.

Yves Poirier, Douglas E. Dennis, Christiane Nawrath, and Chris Somerville (1993). Polyhydroxyalkanoate production in bacteria and plants: progress toward biologically produced biodegradable thermoplastics. Adv. Materials 5: 30-36.

Yves Poirier, Douglas E. Dennis, Karen Klomparens, Christiane Nawrath and Chris Somerville (1992). Perspectives on the production of polyhydroxyalkanoates in plants. FEMS Microbiol. Rev. 103: 237-246.

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