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    Valorization of bio-residuals in the food and forestry sectors in support of a circular bioeconomy : A review
    Gregg, Jay Sterling ; Jürgens, Jonas ; Happel, Maaike K. ; Strøm-Andersen, Nhat ; Tanner, Anne Nygaard ; Bolwig, Simon ; Klitkou, Antje - \ 2020
    Journal of Cleaner Production 267 (2020). - ISSN 0959-6526
    Bio-residuals - Circular bioeconomy - Food processing waste - Forest materials - Global value chain - Valorization

    This literature review focuses on valorization of bio-residuals from the brewery, dairy, slaughterhouse and forestry sectors. Bio-residuals are organic wastes, side streams, or residues that remain at the end of the processing of a biological raw material. These under-utilized resources have the potential to support circular bioeconomies, given they can be valorized through viable value chains. To better understand this potential and gain insights in the opportunities for these resources, we analyzed 57 publications that contained findings related to value chains for bio-residuals valorization. The value chains were partitioned into the categories of resource procurement, transport and handling, transformation and processing, valorization and market, and end use. Additionally, the contextual drivers were analyzed, including policy and governance, business strategies, economics, demand, innovation, research, and development, and actors and networks. After summarizing the state of the art in research for bio-residuals valorization, the value chains were categorized for each sector. The push-pull factors were then identified, and how these influence bio-residual value chains. These analyses reveal that the dairy industry has a well-developed value chain for bio-residuals, with a myriad products from whey being pulled by market demand. With the knowledge and capabilities of the dairies, this creates a modular value chain for these products. The slaughterhouse industry resembles the dairy industry, but has greater barriers for valorization of animal by-products and so less market pull, leading to more conglomeration of rendering operations. Valorization of slaughterhouse residuals indicates a captive value chain. Contrarily, valorization of brewers spent grains (BSG) has been slow to develop, due mainly to low supplier capability, and the BSG value chain is dominated by the use of unprocessed BSG as animal feed. The forestry industry has been slow to invest in technological and market capabilities for valorizing residuals, due to weak market pull, high capital needs, and risk-adverse strategies among the few incumbent firms. As a result, the value chain for forest residues is still mainly hierarchical and rather undeveloped; yet with the recent entry of many new firms competing for biomass for a variety of end products, a shift towards a relational value chain serving a greener and more complex industrial symbiosis production model could be developing. Synthesizing across the sectors, we conclude that the materiality of the residuals, regulations, transformation technology, firm capabilities, actors, and the market are all important factors shaping the value chains for bio-residual products, with each sector having unique challenges and opportunities related to their value chains. As such, more research is needed not only in transformation and processing of residuals, but also regarding more downstream parts of the value chain, such as end-product markets, as well as cross-cutting issues such as governance and regulation. This would better promote valorization pathways, creating a market pull rather than just a technology push for bio-residuals.

    Specification and regulation of vascular tissue identity in the Arabidopsis embryo
    Smit, Margot E. ; Llavata-Peris, Cristina I. ; Roosjen, Mark ; Beijnum, Henriette van; Novikova, Daria ; Levitsky, Victor ; Sevilem, Iris ; Roszak, Pawel ; Slane, Daniel ; Jürgens, Gerd ; Mironova, Victoria ; Brady, Siobhan M. ; Weijers, Dolf - \ 2020
    Development 147 (2020)8. - ISSN 0950-1991
    Arabidopsis - Auxin - Embryo - Gene regulatory network - Vascular development

    Development of plant vascular tissues involves tissue identity specification, growth, pattern formation and cell-type differentiation. Although later developmental steps are understood in some detail, it is still largely unknown how the tissue is initially specified. We used the early Arabidopsis embryo as a simple model to study this process. Using a large collection of marker genes, we found that vascular identity was specified in the 16-cell embryo. After a transient precursor state, however, there was no persistent uniform tissue identity. Auxin is intimately connected to vascular tissue development. We found that, although an AUXIN RESPONSE FACTOR5/MONOPTEROS (ARF5/MP)-dependent auxin response was required, it was not sufficient for tissue specification. We therefore used a large-scale enhanced yeast one-hybrid assay to identify potential regulators of vascular identity. Network and functional analysis of candidate regulators suggest that vascular identity is under robust, complex control. We found that one candidate regulator, the G-class bZIP transcription factor GBF2, can modulate vascular gene expression by tuning MP output through direct interaction. Our work uncovers components of a gene regulatory network that controls the initial specification of vascular tissue identity.

    sPlot – A new tool for global vegetation analyses
    Bruelheide, Helge ; Dengler, Jürgen ; Jiménez-Alfaro, Borja ; Purschke, Oliver ; Hennekens, Stephan M. ; Chytrý, Milan ; Pillar, Valério D. ; Jansen, Florian ; Kattge, Jens ; Sandel, Brody ; Aubin, Isabelle ; Biurrun, Idoia ; Field, Richard ; Haider, Sylvia ; Jandt, Ute ; Lenoir, Jonathan ; Peet, Robert K. ; Peyre, Gwendolyn ; Sabatini, Francesco Maria ; Schmidt, Marco ; Schrodt, Franziska ; Winter, Marten ; Aćić, Svetlana ; Agrillo, Emiliano ; Alvarez, Miguel ; Ambarlı, Didem ; Angelini, Pierangela ; Apostolova, Iva ; Arfin Khan, Mohammed A.S. ; Arnst, Elise ; Attorre, Fabio ; Baraloto, Christopher ; Beckmann, Michael ; Berg, Christian ; Bergeron, Yves ; Bergmeier, Erwin ; Bjorkman, Anne D. ; Bondareva, Viktoria ; Borchardt, Peter ; Botta-Dukát, Zoltán ; Boyle, Brad ; Breen, Amy ; Brisse, Henry ; Byun, Chaeho ; Cabido, Marcelo R. ; Casella, Laura ; Cayuela, Luis ; Černý, Tomáš ; Chepinoga, Victor ; Csiky, János ; Curran, Michael ; Ćušterevska, Renata ; Dajić Stevanović, Zora ; Bie, Els De; Ruffray, Patrice de; Sanctis, Michele De; Dimopoulos, Panayotis ; Dressler, Stefan ; Ejrnæs, Rasmus ; El-Sheikh, Mohamed A.E.R.M. ; Enquist, Brian ; Ewald, Jörg ; Fagúndez, Jaime ; Finckh, Manfred ; Font, Xavier ; Forey, Estelle ; Fotiadis, Georgios ; García-Mijangos, Itziar ; Gasper, André Luis de; Golub, Valentin ; Gutierrez, Alvaro G. ; Hatim, Mohamed Z. ; He, Tianhua ; Higuchi, Pedro ; Holubová, Dana ; Hölzel, Norbert ; Homeier, Jürgen ; Indreica, Adrian ; Işık Gürsoy, Deniz ; Jansen, Steven ; Janssen, John ; Jedrzejek, Birgit ; Jiroušek, Martin ; Jürgens, Norbert ; Kącki, Zygmunt ; Kavgacı, Ali ; Kearsley, Elizabeth ; Kessler, Michael ; Knollová, Ilona ; Kolomiychuk, Vitaliy ; Korolyuk, Andrey ; Kozhevnikova, Maria ; Kozub, Łukasz ; Krstonošić, Daniel ; Kühl, Hjalmar ; Kühn, Ingolf ; Kuzemko, Anna ; Küzmič, Filip ; Landucci, Flavia ; Lee, Michael T. ; Levesley, Aurora ; Li, Ching Feng ; Liu, Hongyan ; Lopez-Gonzalez, Gabriela ; Lysenko, Tatiana ; Macanović, Armin ; Mahdavi, Parastoo ; Manning, Peter ; Marcenò, Corrado ; Martynenko, Vassiliy ; Mencuccini, Maurizio ; Minden, Vanessa ; Moeslund, Jesper Erenskjold ; Moretti, Marco ; Müller, Jonas V. ; Munzinger, Jérôme ; Niinemets, Ülo ; Nobis, Marcin ; Noroozi, Jalil ; Nowak, Arkadiusz ; Onyshchenko, Viktor ; Overbeck, Gerhard E. ; Ozinga, Wim A. ; Pauchard, Anibal ; Pedashenko, Hristo ; Peñuelas, Josep ; Pérez-Haase, Aaron ; Peterka, Tomáš ; Petřík, Petr ; Phillips, Oliver L. ; Prokhorov, Vadim ; Rašomavičius, Valerijus ; Revermann, Rasmus ; Rodwell, John ; Ruprecht, Eszter ; Rūsiņa, Solvita ; Samimi, Cyrus ; Schaminée, Joop H.J. ; Schmiedel, Ute ; Šibík, Jozef ; Šilc, Urban ; Škvorc, Željko ; Smyth, Anita ; Sop, Tenekwetche ; Sopotlieva, Desislava ; Sparrow, Ben ; Stančić, Zvjezdana ; Svenning, Jens Christian ; Swacha, Grzegorz ; Tang, Zhiyao ; Tsiripidis, Ioannis ; Turtureanu, Pavel Dan ; Uğurlu, Emin ; Uogintas, Domas ; Valachovič, Milan ; Vanselow, Kim André ; Vashenyak, Yulia ; Vassilev, Kiril ; Vélez-Martin, Eduardo ; Venanzoni, Roberto ; Vibrans, Alexander Christian ; Violle, Cyrille ; Virtanen, Risto ; Wehrden, Henrik von; Wagner, Viktoria ; Walker, Donald A. ; Wana, Desalegn ; Weiher, Evan ; Wesche, Karsten ; Whitfeld, Timothy ; Willner, Wolfgang ; Wiser, Susan ; Wohlgemuth, Thomas ; Yamalov, Sergey ; Zizka, Georg ; Zverev, Andrei - \ 2019
    Journal of Vegetation Science 30 (2019)2. - ISSN 1100-9233 - p. 161 - 186.
    biodiversity - community ecology - ecoinformatics - functional diversity - global scale - macroecology - phylogenetic diversity - plot database - sPlot - taxonomic diversity - vascular plant - vegetation relevé

    Aims: Vegetation-plot records provide information on the presence and cover or abundance of plants co-occurring in the same community. Vegetation-plot data are spread across research groups, environmental agencies and biodiversity research centers and, thus, are rarely accessible at continental or global scales. Here we present the sPlot database, which collates vegetation plots worldwide to allow for the exploration of global patterns in taxonomic, functional and phylogenetic diversity at the plant community level. Results: sPlot version 2.1 contains records from 1,121,244 vegetation plots, which comprise 23,586,216 records of plant species and their relative cover or abundance in plots collected worldwide between 1885 and 2015. We complemented the information for each plot by retrieving climate and soil conditions and the biogeographic context (e.g., biomes) from external sources, and by calculating community-weighted means and variances of traits using gap-filled data from the global plant trait database TRY. Moreover, we created a phylogenetic tree for 50,167 out of the 54,519 species identified in the plots. We present the first maps of global patterns of community richness and community-weighted means of key traits. Conclusions: The availability of vegetation plot data in sPlot offers new avenues for vegetation analysis at the global scale.

    Food products with reduced sugar content
    Jurgens, A. ; Noort, M.W.J. ; Renzetti, S. ; Harder, J.R. - \ 2016
    Octrooinummer: WO2016171559, gepubliceerd: 2016-10-27.
    The invention relates to a method for preparing a baked food product, a fried food product or other food product of which the preparation comprises a heating step wherein starch is gelatinised, comprising - providing a dough or batter comprising at least 10 wt. % starch based on total dry matter, water and at least two or more bulk-carbohydrates, wherein the total of bulk-carbohydrates in the mixture has a number average molecular weight in the range of 150-400 g/mol, in particular in the range of 200-360 g/mol, more in particular in the range of 300-350 g/mol and wherein the sugar content is 0-90 wt. % based on total bulk-carbohydrates, preferably 5-80 wt. %, based on total bulk carbohydrates, in particular 10-70 wt. % based on total bulk carbohydrates; and - subjecting the starch in the dough or batter to gelatinization in the presence of the bulk-carbohydrates, by heating the dough or batter to a temperature at or above the gelatinization temperature of the starch and allowing the starch to gelatinise.
    Auxin responsiveness of the MONOPTEROS-BODENLOS module in primary root initiation critically depends on the nuclear import kinetics of the Aux/IAA inhibitor BODENLOS
    Herud, Ole ; Weijers, Dolf ; Lau, Steffen ; Jürgens, Gerd - \ 2016
    The Plant Journal 85 (2016)2. - ISSN 0960-7412 - p. 269 - 277.
    Arabidopsis thaliana - auxin - BODENLOS - import - IMPORTIN-ALPHA 6 - MONOPTEROS

    Primary root formation in early embryogenesis of Arabidopsis thaliana is initiated with the specification of a single cell called hypophysis. This initial step requires the auxin-dependent release of the transcription factor MONOPTEROS (MP, also known as ARF5) from its inhibition by the Aux/IAA protein BODENLOS (BDL, also known as IAA12). Auxin-insensitive bdl mutant embryos and mp loss-of-function embryos fail to specify the hypophysis, giving rise to rootless seedlings. A suppressor screen of rootless bdl mutant seedlings yielded a mutation in the nuclear import receptor IMPORTIN-ALPHA 6 (IMPα6) that promoted primary root formation through rescue of the embryonic hypophysis defects, without causing additional phenotypic changes. Aux/IAA proteins are continually synthesized and degraded, which is essential for rapid transcriptional responses to changing auxin concentrations. Nuclear translocation of bdl:3×GFP was slowed down in impα6 mutants as measured by fluorescence recovery after photobleaching (FRAP) analysis, which correlated with the reduced inhibition of MP by bdl in transient expression assays in impα6 knock-down protoplasts. The MP-BDL module acts like an auxin-triggered genetic switch because MP activates its own expression as well as the expression of its inhibitor BDL. Using an established simulation model, we determined that the reduced nuclear translocation rate of BDL in impα6 mutant embryos rendered the auxin-triggered switch unstable, impairing the fast response to changes in auxin concentration. Our results suggest that the instability of the inhibitor BDL necessitates a fast nuclear uptake in order to reach the critical threshold level required for auxin responsiveness of the MP-BDL module in primary root initiation. Significance Statement Auxin triggers cell fate specification in early Arabidopsis embryogenesis through the degradation of the Aux/IAA protein BODENLOS and subsequent activation of the auxin response factor MONOPTEROS. Here, by characterizing a mutant in a nuclear import receptor, we show that rapid nuclear uptake of BODENLOS is necessary to reach the threshold required for auxin responsiveness of the MP-BDL module in primary root initiation.

    Technical and economic aspects of purification strategies to minimise discharge water from companies with closed soilless cultivation systems
    Os, E.A. van; Bruins, M.A. ; Beerling, E.A.M. ; Jurgens, R. ; Appelman, W. ; Enthoven, N. - \ 2014
    In: International Symposium on Growing Media and Soilless Cultivation, 16 May 2014, Leiden, The Netherlands. - Leuven : ISHS - ISBN 9789462610217 - p. 125 - 132.
    The aim of the research project was to achieve closure by two complementary means: 1) maximising reuse of the nutrient solution by solving problems in recircula-tion that leads to discharge, and 2) purification of the left over discharged water. In this paper the technical and economic aspects of purification strategies for single companies will be discussed. An evaluation of different techniques concluded that reverse osmosis (RO) and membrane distillation (MD) offer the best perspectives to purify the discharge water. Subsequent laboratory and onsite studies showed that ca. 80% of the discharge water can be recovered for reuse. For both technologies the water may be pre-treated with nano-filtration (NF) to increase the recovery of nutrients, and with advanced oxidation (AOP) to breakdown growth inhibition products for longer recirculation, and (in a higher dosage) to break down plant protection products in order to gain concentrate with an increased value. Based on these four technologies a range of purification strategies were formulated for which the treatment costs were estimated for two crops (rose and tomato) and two company sizes (5 and 30 ha) and three volumes of discharge (250, 500 and 1,250 m3/ha/yr). Between the two crops (rose and tomato) only little differences in costs of purification were found. Costs per ha decrease rapidly with decreasing volume of the discharge water. However, a scale advantage was found for large companies (30 ha) compared to the sector average scale of 5 ha. For the short term AOP (only reduction of plant protection products by about 80%) and reverse osmosis can be used economical. For the long term nano-filtration and membrane distillation may have prospects.
    Transcriptional repression of BODENLOS by HD-ZIP transcription factor HB5 in Arabidopsis thaliana.
    Smet, I. De; Lau, S. ; Ehrismann, J.S. ; Axiotis, I. ; Kolb, M. ; Kientz, M. ; Weijers, D. ; Jürgens, G. - \ 2013
    Journal of Experimental Botany 64 (2013)10. - ISSN 0022-0957 - p. 3009 - 3019.
    regulated gene-expression - of-function mutation - plant development - auxin response - homeobox gene - class-i - shade avoidance - root initiation - homeodomain - protein
    In Arabidopsis thaliana, the phytohormone auxin is an important patterning agent during embryogenesis and post-embryonic development, exerting effects through transcriptional regulation. The main determinants of the transcriptional auxin response machinery are AUXIN RESPONSE FACTOR (ARF) transcription factors and AUXIN/INDOLE-3-ACETIC ACID (AUX/IAA) inhibitors. Although members of these two protein families are major developmental regulators, the transcriptional regulation of the genes encoding them has not been well explored. For example, apart from auxin-linked regulatory inputs, factors regulating the expression of the AUX/IAA BODENLOS (BDL)/IAA12 are not known. Here, it was shown that the HOMEODOMAIN-LEUCINE ZIPPER (HD-ZIP) transcription factor HOMEOBOX PROTEIN 5 (HB5) negatively regulates BDL expression, which may contribute to the spatial control of BDL expression. As such, HB5 and probably other class I HD-ZIP proteins, appear to modulate BDL-dependent auxin response.
    Glastuinbouw Waterproof : WP5-onderzoek fase 2 (laboratorium onderzoek)
    Jurgens, R. ; Appelman, W. ; Zijlstra, M. ; Creusen, R. ; Os, E.A. van - \ 2012
    Apeldoorn : TNO Earth, Environmental and Life Sciences - 36
    cultuur zonder grond - glastuinbouw - drainagewater - zuiveren - landbouwkundig onderzoek - kastechniek - nederland - soilless culture - greenhouse horticulture - drainage water - purification - agricultural research - greenhouse technology - netherlands
    Het KRW project glastuinbouw waterproof substraatteelt kent in de uitvoering van werkpakket 5, Zuivering, 3 fases. De eerste fase betreft een studie van mogelijkheden om het spuiwater uit de kas te zuiveren. Resultaat van deze eerste fase is de selectie van 2 technieken die vervolgens in fase 2 op laboratoriumschaal getest worden. Dit rapport beschrijft in hoofdlijnen de werkzaamheden in fase 2. Resultaat van fase 2 is de selectie van techniek(en) die in fase 3 op pilotschaal getest zullen worden.
    Glastuinbouw Waterproof, substraatteelt : WP5, Fase 3: pilotonderzoek membraandestillatie
    Appelman, W. ; Creusen, R. ; Jurgens, R. ; Medevoort, J. van; Zijlstra, M. ; Os, E.A. van - \ 2012
    Apeldoorn : TNO Earth, Environmental and Life Sciences - 29
    glastuinbouw - substraten - teeltsystemen - regelingen - oppervlaktewater - oppervlaktewaterkwaliteit - emissiereductie - npk-meststoffen - genetische gewasbescherming - greenhouse horticulture - substrates - cropping systems - regulations - surface water - surface water quality - emission reduction - npk fertilizers - genetic control
    Het doel van het project is de realisatie van de Kaderrichtlijn water doelen voor het oppervlaktewater in glastuinbouwgebieden door het voorkomen van de emissies van nitraat, fosfaat en gewasbeschermingsmiddelen uit substraatteelten in de glastuinbouw.
    Technische en economische mogelijkheden voor het zuiveren van spuiwater
    Os, E.A. van; Jurgens, R. ; Appelman, W. ; Enthoven, N. ; Bruins, M.A. ; Creusen, R. ; Feenstra, L. ; Santos Cardoso, D. ; Meeuwsen, B. ; Beerling, E.A.M. - \ 2012
    Bleiswijk : Wageningen UR Glastuinbouw (Rapporten GTB 1205) - 32
    drainagewater - waterzuivering - technieken - teeltsystemen - substraten - waterkwaliteit - landbouwkundig onderzoek - emissie - glastuinbouw - drainage water - water treatment - techniques - cropping systems - substrates - water quality - agricultural research - emission - greenhouse horticulture
    De waterkringloop op substraatbedrijven moet verder gesloten worden. De resultaten van de diverse deelprojecten van het onderzoeksproject Glastuinbouw Waterproof-substraatteelt leiden tot mogelijkheden om de hoeveelheid spui (aantal m 3 ) naar sloot of riool te verminderen en tot apparatuur om de kwaliteit van de resterende te lozen hoeveelheid spuiwater te verbeteren (minder gewasbeschermingsmiddelen (GBM), stikstof en fosfaat). In deze rapportage wordt verslag gedaan van de technische en economische mogelijkheden van zuiveringsapparatuur om telers en beleidsmakers een (globaal) advies te kunnen geven. De belangrijkste redenen voor spui zijn ophoping van natrium, het aanwezig zijn van groeiremmende stoffen, het overlopen van opslagtanks, onbalans in de voedingsoplossing, de angst voor ziekten, weg laten lopen van de eerste drain bij de start van een teelt of gewoon de wens te willen verversen. Binnen de gewassen varieert de hoeveelheid spui sterk, van nagenoeg nul tot meer dan 1250 m 3 /ha/jaar.
    Glastuinbouw Waterproof : WP5: Haalbaarheidstudie zuiveringstechnieken restant- water substraatteelt
    Jurgens, R. ; Appelman, W. ; Kuipers, N. ; Feenstra, L. ; Creusen, R. ; Os, E.A. van; Bruins, M.A. ; Balendonck, J. - \ 2010
    Apeldoorn : TNO Bouw en Ondergrond, Milieu en Leefomgeving - 147
    glastuinbouw - substraten - teeltsystemen - siergewassen - snijbloemen - rozen - recirculatiesystemen - wateropname (planten) - ontsmettingsmiddelen - ultraviolette straling - waterstofperoxide - gewasbescherming - greenhouse horticulture - substrates - cropping systems - ornamental crops - cut flowers - roses - recirculating systems - water uptake - disinfectants - ultraviolet radiation - hydrogen peroxide - plant protection
    Op een rozenbedrijf is de toepassing van geavanceerde oxidatie (combinatie van waterstofperoxide (H2O2) en UV-licht getest als methode om groeiremming bij recirculatie op te heffen. Bij goede resultaten kan het drainwater langer worden hergebruikt en vermindert de lozing van water met meststoffen en gewasbeschermingsmiddelen. In het gewas is geen groeiremming aangetoond en zijn geen groeiverschillen gemeten tussen de verschillende behandelingen (UV en H2O2/UV). Uit de proef is gebleken dat gedurende een lange periode een productief gewas kan worden geteeld zonder drainwater te hoeven lozen. Dit geldt niet voor ieder bedrijf, maar het lijkt mogelijk om de grenzen te verleggen
    Voedselethiek
    Korthals, Michiel - \ 2008
    Onthullend bestuur: tafelen met Archimedes, Köpenick en Münchhausen
    Meulen, B.M.J. van der - \ 2008
    In: Grensverleggend Bestuursrecht / Addink, G.H., Jurgens, G.T.J.M., Langbroek, Ph. M., Widdershoven, R.J.G.M., Alphen aan den Rijn : Kluwer - ISBN 9789013053227 - p. 241 - 264.
    Fynbos Biome
    Rebelo, A.G. ; Boucher, C. ; Helme, N. ; Mucina, L. ; Rutherford, M.C. ; Smit, W.J. ; Powrie, L.W. ; Ellis, F. ; Lambrechts, J.J.N. ; Scott, L. ; Radloff, F.G.T. ; Johnson, S.D. ; Richardson, D.M. ; Ward, R.A. ; Proche, S.M. ; Oliver, E.G.H. ; Manning, J.C. ; Jürgens, N. ; McDonald, D.J. ; Janssen, J.A.M. ; Walton, B.A. ; Roux, A. le; Skowno, A.L. ; Todd, S.W. ; Hoare, D.B. - \ 2006
    In: The vegetation of South Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland / Mucina, L., Rutherford, M.C., Pretoria (South Africa) : SANBI (Sterlitzia 19) - ISBN 9781919976211 - p. 52 - 219.
    Apical/basal polarity : why plant cells do not stand on their heads
    Friml, J. ; Benfey, P. ; Benková, E. ; Bennett, M. ; Berleth, T. ; Geldner, N. ; Grebe, M. ; Hejátko, J. ; Jürgens, G. ; Laux, T. ; Lindsey, K. ; Lukowitz, W. ; Luschnig, C. ; Offringa, R. ; Scheres, B.J.G. ; Swarup, R. ; Torres-Ruiz, R. ; Weijers, D. ; Zazímalová, E. - \ 2006
    Trends in Plant Science 11 (2006)1. - ISSN 1360-1385 - p. 12 - 14.
    dependent auxin gradients - arabidopsis - efflux
    Auxin triggers transient, local signalling for cell specification in Arabidopsis embryogenesis.
    Weijers, D. ; Schlereth, A. ; Ehrismann, J.S. ; Schwank, G. ; Kientz, M. ; Jürgens, G. - \ 2006
    Developmental Cell 10 (2006)2. - ISSN 1534-5807 - p. 265 - 270.
    gene - monopteros - protein - embryo - expression - root - arf - transformation - movement - mutation
    The Arabidopsis embryonic root meristem is initiated by the specification of a single cell, the hypophysis. This event critically requires the antagonistic auxin response regulators MONOPTEROS and BODENLOS, but their mechanism of action is unknown. We show that these proteins interact and transiently act in a small subdomain of the proembryo adjacent to the future hypophysis. Here they promote transport of auxin, which then elicits a second response in the hypophysis itself. Our results suggest that hypophysis specification is not the direct result of a primary auxin response but rather depends on cell-to-cell signaling triggered by auxin In adjacent cells
    The evolutionary position of the "dragon trees" within the Dracaenaceae: evidence from non-coding chloroplast DNA sequence data
    Thiede, J. ; Mies, B. ; Beyhl, F.E. ; Bos, J.J. ; Marrero, A. ; Almeida, R.S. ; Jurgens, N. - \ 2000
    In: XVIth AETFAT Congress : XVIth AETFAT Congress, Meise, 28-8/ 2-9 2000 / E. Robbrecht & J. Degreef. - Brussel : [s.n.], 2000. - ISBN 90-72619-46-3 - p. 88 - 88.
    Co-ordinating economic, behavioural and spatial aspects of wildlife preservation in agriculture
    Wossink, G.A.A. ; Wenum, J.H. van; Jurgens, C.R. ; Snoo, G.R. de - \ 1999
    European Review of Agricultural Economics 26 (1999)4. - ISSN 0165-1587 - p. 443 - 460.
    This paper addresses the supply side of wildlife preservation and restoration in agriculture at the regional level. First, we show how network design modelling can be used for economic optimal spatial selection of unsprayed field margins creating a wildlife corridor in the landscape. Second, we analyse the compatibility of field margin management with farmers' perceptions by using the results of conjoint analysis in the spatial optimisation. The theoretical model is implemented by means of a GIS model and an empirical example is added to illustrate the approach.
    Properties of short doughs biscuits in relation to structure
    Baltsavias, A. ; Jurgens, A. ; Vliet, T. van - \ 1999
    Journal of Cereal Science 29 (1999). - ISSN 0733-5210 - p. 245 - 255.
    Large Deformation properties of Short Doughs : Effect of Sucrose in relation to mixing time
    Baltsavias, A. ; Jurgens, A. ; Vliet, T. van - \ 1999
    Journal of Cereal Science 29 (1999). - ISSN 0733-5210 - p. 43 - 48.
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