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Gehrig, Hans and Brulfert, J. and Kluge, M. (2000):
Mise en evidence par marqueurs moleculaires de la diversité et du comportement photosynthetique des especes du genre Kalanchoe (Crassulaceae).
In: Diversity and endemism in Madagascar: Colloque International de Biogeographie de Madagascar. Hrsg.: W.R. Lourenco. - Paris: ORSTOM, 2000. S. 75-82, Paris, ORSTOM, [Book Section]

Gehrig, Hans and Faist, K. and Kluge, M. (1998):
Identification of phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase isoforms in leaf, stem and roots of the obligate CAM plant Vanilla planifolia Salib. (Orchidaceae): a physiological and molecular approach.
In: Plant molecular biology. 38 (1998), S. 1215-1223, [Article]

Gehrig, Hans and Heute, V. and Kluge, M. (1998):
Towards a better knowledge of the molecular evolution of phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase by comparison of partial c-DNA sequences.
In: Journal of molecular evolution. 46 (1998), S. 107-114, [Article]

Gehrig, Hans and Rösicke, and Kluge, M. (1997):
Detection of DNA polymorphism in the genus Kalanchoe by RAPD-PCR fingerprint and its relationships to infrageneric taxonomic position and ecophysiological photosynthetic behaviour of the species.
In: Plant sciences. 125 (1997), S. 41-51, [Article]

Gehrig, Hans and Schüßler, and Kluge, (1996):
Geosiphon pyriforme, a fungus forming edocytobiosis with Nostoc (Cyanobacteria), is an ancestral member of the Glomales: evidence by SSUrRNA analysis.
In: Journal of molecular evolution. 43 (1996), S. 71-81, [Article]

Gehrig, Hans and Taybi, and Kluge, and Brulfert, (1995):
Identification of multiple PEPC iso-genes in leaves of the facultative Crassulacean acid metabolism (CAM) plant Kalanchoe blossfeldiana Poelln. Cv. Tom Thumb.
In: Federation of European Biochemical Societies: FEBS letters. 377 (1995), S. 399-402, [Article]

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