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Meckel, Tobias and Hurst, Annette Christine and Thiel, Gerhard and Homann, Ulrike (2005):
Guard cells undergo constitutive and pressure driven membrane turnover.
In: Protoplasma, 226, pp. 23-29. [Article]

Hertel, Brigitte and Horvath, Ferenc and Wodala, Barnabas and Hurst, Annette Christine and Moroni, Anna and Thiel, Gerhard (2005):
KAT1 inactivates at sub-millimolar concentrations of external potassium.
56, In: Journal of experimental botany, pp. 3103-3110. [Article]

Meckel, Tobias and Hurst, Annette Christine and Thiel, Gerhard and Homann, Ulrike (2004):
Endocytosis against high turgor : intact guard cells of Vicia faba constitutively endocytose fluorescently labelled plasma membrane and GFP tagged K+-channel KAT1.
In: Plant journal, 39, pp. 182-193. [Article]

Hurst, Annette Christine and Meckel, Tobias and Tayefeh, Sascha and Thiel, Gerhard and Homann, Ulrike (2004):
Trafficking of the plant potassium inward rectifier KAT1 in guard cell protoplasts of Vicia faba.
In: Plant journal, 37 (3), pp. 391-397. [Article]

Hurst, Annette Christine and Thiel, Gerhard and Homann, Ulrike (2004):
Vesicle traffic and plasma membrane transport.
In: Membrane transport in plants / ed. by Michael R. Blatt.- Oxford [u.a.] : Blackwell [u.a.], 2004.- XX, 372 S.- (Annual plant reviews ; 15).- ISBN 1-405-11803-2.- S. 279-293, Blackwell [u.a.], [Article]

Hurst, Annette Christine and Meckel, Tobias and Homann, Ulrike and Thiel, Gerhard (2003):
Unerwartet viel Dynamik : Exo- und Endocytose in Pflanzenzellen.
In: Zellbiologie aktuell, 29 (2), pp. 21-25. [Article]

Hurst, Annette Christine (2002):
Exogene und endogene Einflüsse auf den Photosynthesemodus, die Cu-Zn-Superoxiddismutase und die Ethylenbiosynthese von Mesembryanthemum crystallinum L.
Osnabrück, Der Andere Verl., TU Darmstadt,
[Ph.D. Thesis]

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