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Publikationen Arbeitsgruppe PD Dr. Margot Schulz

von 1995 bis 2013 und von (1985-1994)

Schulz, M., Tabaglio,V., Marocco A., Macias, F.A, Molinillo, J.M.G
. (2013). Benzoxazinoids in Rye Allelopathy - From Discovery to Application in Sustainable Weed Control and Organic Farming. J. Chem. Ecol., 39: 154-174.

Tabaglio, V., Marocco, A., Schulz, M. (2013) Rye Allelopathic Cover Crop for Integrated Weed Control in Sustainable Agroecosystems. It. J. Agronomy 8: 35-40.


Schulz, M., Marocco A., Tabaglio, V. (2012) BOA detoxification of four summer weeds during germination and seedling growth. J. Chem. Ecol., 38: 933-946.

Schulz, M., Sicker, D., Baluška, F., Sablofski, T., Scherer, H.W., Ritter, F.M. (2012) Benzoxazolinone Detoxification and Degradation – A Molecule´s Journey. In: Herbicides (Book 3). (ISBN 979-953-307-729-0)


Gavazzi C, Schulz M, Marocco A, Tabaglio V. (2010) Sustainable weed control by allelochemicals from rye cover crops from greenhouse to field evidence. Allelopathy Journal 25: 259-274.

Kriegs, B, Jansen M, Hahn K, Peisker H, Samajova O, Beck M, Braun S, Ulbrich A, Baluska F, Schulz M. (2010) Cyclic monoterpene mediated modulations of Arabidopsis thaliana phenotype - effects on the cytoskeleton and on the expression of selected genes. Plant Signaling & Behavior 5 (7): 832-838.

Tabaglio, V., Gavazzi, C., Schulz, M., Marocco, A.
Alternative weed control using the allelopathic effect of natural benzoxazinoids from rye mulch. Agronomy for Sustainable Development, 28: 397-401.

Duke SO, Baerson S R, Pan Z, Kajan IA, Sanchez-Moreiras A, Reigosa M J, Bonjoch NP, Schulz M. (2008):
Genomic approaches in understanding allelochemical effects on plants. In: Allelopathy in Sustainable Agriculture and Forestry (R.S. Zeng, A. Mallik, S.M. L. eds) Chapter 8, pp 158-167. Springer Verlag.

Scherer H W, Schulz M. (2008):
Impact of sulfur on N2 fixation of legumes. In: Sulfur assimilation and abiotic stress in plants (NA Khan et al. eds.) Chapter 3. Springer-Verlag Berlin-Heidelberg.

Pacheco, A., Pohlan, J. Schulz ,M. (2008):
Allelopathic effects of aromatic species intercropped with coffee: Investigation of their growth stimulation capacity and potential of caffeine uptake in Puebla, Mexico. Allelopathy Journal 21: 39-56.

Pacheco, A., Pohlan, J. Schulz ,M. (2008):
Interaction between Coffee (Coffea arabica L.) and intercropped herbs under field conditions in the Sierra Norte of Puebla, Mexico. J. Agriculture and Rural Development in the Tropics and Subtropics, 109: 85-93.

Scherer, H.W., Pacyna, S., Spoth, K.R., Schulz, M. (2008):
Low levels of ferredoxin, ATP and leghemoglobin contribute to limited N2-fixation of peas (Pisum sativum) and alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) under S-deficiency conditions. Biology and Fertility of Soils, 44: 909-916


Knop,M., Pacyna, S., Voloshchuk, N., Kant, S., Müllenborn, C., Steiner, U., Kirchmair, M., Scherer, W. and Schulz, M. (2007):
Zea mays : benzoxazolinone detoxification under sulfur deficiency conditions - a complex allelopathic alliance including endophytic Fusarium verticillioides. J. Chem. Ecol. 33 : 225-237.

Schulz M, Kussmann P, Knop M, Kriegs B, Gresens F, Eichert T, Ulbrich A, Marx F, Fabricius H, Goldbach H and Noga G. (2007):
Allelopathic Monoterpenes Interfere with Arabidopsis thaliana Cuticular Waxes and Enhance Transpiration. Plant Signaling & Behavior 2 : 231-239.

Hofmann D, Knop M, Hao H, Hennig L, Sicker D, Schulz M.
Glucosides from MBOA and BOA detoxification by Zea mays and Portulaca oleracea. J. Nat. Prod. 69; 34-37.

Schulz, M., Knop, M., Kant, S., Sicker, D., Voloshchuk, N., Gryganski, A. (2006):
Detoxification of allelochemicals - the case of benzoxazolin-2(3H)-one (BOA). In: Allelopathy: a physiological Process with ecological implications. (Reigosa, M.J., Pedrol, N., Gonzales, L. eds) Springer Dordrecht, The Netherlands. Pp. 157-170.

Pacyna, S., Schulz, M., Scherer, H. (2006):
The influence of sulphur deficiency on the available amounts of carbohydrates, the adenine nucleotide concentrations and the energy charge in broad bean (Vicia faba). Biol. Fertil Soils42; 324-329.

Scherer, H., Pachyna, S., Manthey, N., Schulz, M. (2006):
Sulphur supply to peas (Pisum sativum L.) influences symbiotic N2 fixation. Plant Soil Environ. 52, 72-77.

Baerson, S.R., Sanzech-Moreias, A., Pedrol-Bonjoch, N., Schulz, M., Kagan, I.N., Agarwal, A.K.; Reigosa, M.J., Duke, S.O.
Detoxification and transcriptome response in Arabidopsis seedlings exposed to the allelochemical benzoxazolinone. J Biol Chem. 280, 21867-21881.

Duke, S.O., Baerson, S.R., Pan, Z., Kagan, I.A., Sanchez-Moreiras, A., Reigosa, M.J., Pedrol-Bonjoch, N., Schulz, M. (2005):
Genomic approaches to understanding allelochemical modes of action and defenses against allelochemicals. (2005) Proceedings of the Fourth World Congress on Allelopathy, Wagga Wagga, Australia.

Sicker, D., Hao, H., Schulz, M.
Benzoxazolin-2-(3H)-ones. Generation, Effects and detoxification in the competition among plants, In: Recent Advances on Allelopathy Vol.II. (F.A. Macias, Galindo, J.C.G., Molinillo, J.M.G., Cutler, H.G., eds.), CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida USA, pp 77-102.

Knauff, U., Schulz, M. and Scherer, H.
Arylsulfatase in the rhizosphere and in roots of different crops. European J. Agriculture 19, 215-223.

Hamacher, J., Wettern, M. Schulz, M. (2003):
Ubiquitination of TMV coat protein aggregates in infected tobacco leaves. J. Phytopathology 151, 652-659.

Sicker D, Hao H, Schulz M.


Benzoxazin-2(3H)ones: generation effects and detoxification in the competition among plants. Recent Advances on Allelopathy. Vol. II ( Macias E.A., Galindo J.C.G., Molinillo J.M.G., Cutler H.G. eds) Kluwer,pp.77-102.

Knauff U, Schulz M, Scherer H. (2002):
Arylsulfatase in the rhizosphere and in roots of different crops. European J. Agriculture,

Sicker, D. and Schulz, M. (2002):
Benzoxazinones in plants: Occurrence, synthetic access, and biological activity. In: Studies in Natural Products Chemistry 27 (ed. Atta-ur-Rahman). Elsevier, Amsterdam. Pp. 185-232.

Goldbach H, Yu Q, Wingender R, Schulz M, Wimmer, M Findklee, P Baluska, F.
Rapid response reactions of roots to boron deprivation. Journal of Nutrition and Soil Science

Sicker D, Schneider B, Hennig L, Knop M, Schulz M. (2001):
Glucoside carbamates from benzoxazolin-2(3H)-one detocification in extracts and exudates of corn roots. Phytochemisty 58: 819-925

Yu Q, Wingender R, Schulz M, Baluska F, Goldbach H. (2001):
Short term boron deprivation induced increased levels of cytoskeletal proteins in Arabidopsis thailiana roots. Plant Biology 3: 335-340.

Sicker D, Frey M, Schulz M, Gierl M.
Role of Natural Benzoxazinones in the Survival Strategy of Plants. Int. Review Cyt. Vol 198: 319-349

Schulz M, Friebe A.
Detoxification of allelochemicals in higher plants and enzymes involved. In: Principles and Practices in Chemical Ecology. ed. K. M. M. Inderjit Dakshini. CRC-Press LLC, Boca Raton, Fl.., USA. 383-400

Schulz M, Wieland I. (1999):
Variation in Metabolism of BOA among species in various field communities - biochemical evidence for co-evolutionary processes in plant communities? Chemoecology 9: 133-141

Wieland I, Friebe A, Kluge M, Sicker D, Schulz M. (1999):
Detoxification of benzoxazolin-2(3H)-one in higher plants. In Recent Advances in Allelopathy. Eds. Macias, FA, Galindo JCG, Molinillo JMG and Cutler HG, Servicio Publicaciones, Universidad de Cadiz 47-56

Follmann G, Schulz M, Werner B.
On the identity and position of Pentagenella fragillima Roccellootea nigerrima and some related species (Roccellaceace Opegraphales) J. Hatton Bot. Lab. 85: 245-265

Wieland I, Kluge M, Schneider B, Schmidt J, Sicker D, Schulz M. (1998):
3ß-D Glucopyranosyl benzoxazolione. A detoxification product of benzoxazolinone in oat roots. Phytochemistry 49: 719-722

Ehlers K, Schulz M, Kollmann R.
Subcellular localization of ubiquitin in plant protoplasts and the functon of ubiquitin in selective degradation of outer-wall plasmodesmata in regenerating protoplasts. Planta 199: 139-151

Schulz M.
Protein and ubiquitin conjugate pattern of Peltigera horizontalis during desiccation and rehydration. Evidence for the existance of dehydrin-like proteins. In: Flechten Follmann (Daniels,F., Schulz, M., Peine, J. eds) Verlag Koeltz, Königstein

Sanchez-Pinto L, Schulz M. (1995):
Protoroccella follmanni sp. Nov. Roccellaceae. Eine neue Halbstrauch-Flechte aus der Atacama, Nordchile.In: Flechten Follmann (Daniels,F., Schulz, M. Peine, J. eds.) Verlag Koeltz, Königstein

Earlier publications (1985-1994)
Schulz, M., Strack, D., Weißenböck, G., Markham, K. R., Dellamonica, G., and Chopin, J.
(1985). Two luteolin-O-glucuronides from primary leaves of Secale cereale. Phytochemistry 24, 343 - 345.

Schulz, M. and Weißenböck, G. (1986) Isolation and separation of epidermal and mesophyll protoplasts from rye primary leaves. Tissue specific characteristics of secondary phenolic product accumulation. Z. Naturforsch. 41 c, 22 - 27.

Schulz, M. and Weißenböck, G. (1987) Partial purification and characterization of a luteolin-triglucuronide specific ß-glucuronidase from rye primary leaves (Secale cereale). Phytochemistry 26, 933 - 937.

Schulz, M. and Weißenböck, G. (1988) Three specific UDP-glucuronide:flavoneglucuronyl-transferases from primary leaves of Secale cereale. Phytochemistry 27, 1261 - 1267.

Schulz, M. and Weißenböck, G. (1988) Dynamics of the tissue specific metabolism of luteolinglucuronides in the mesophyll of rye primary leaves (Secale cereale). Z. Naturforsch. 43 c, 187 - 193.

Follmann, G., Schulz, M., and Huneck, S. (1991) Chemical, ecological and morphological studies of the pioneer lichen Placopsis cribellans F. tuberculifera (Trapeliaceae, Lecanorales). Crypt. Bot. 213, 298 - 304.

Hunte, C., Schnabl, H., Traub, O., Willecke, K., and Schulz, M. (1992) Immunological evidence for connexin-like plant proteins in the plasma membrane of Vicia faba L. Bot. Acta 105, 104 - 111.

Manthe, B., Schulz, M., and Schnabl, H. (1992). Effects of salicylic acid on the growth and stomatal movements of Vicia faba L. Evidence for salicylic acid metabolization. J. Chem. Ecol. 18, 1525 - 1539.

Schulz, M., Hunte, C., and Schnabl, H. (1992) Multiple forms of PEPCase in mesophyll, epidermal, and guard cells of Vicia faba L. Physiol. Plant. 86, 315 - 321.

Schnabl, H., Denecke, M., and Schulz, M. (1992) In vitro and in vivo phosphorylation of stomatal phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase from Vicia faba L. Bot. Acta 105, 367 - 369.

Schulz, M., Solscheid, B., and Schnabl, H. (1992). Changes in the soluble protein pattern and evidence for stress reactions in leaf tissue of Vicia faba L. after clinostat rotation. J. Plant Physiol. 140, 502 - 507.

Schulz, M., Traub, O., Knop, M., Willecke, K., and Schnabl, H. (1992) Immunofluorescent localization of a connexin 26-like protein at the surface of mesophyllprotoplasts from Vicia faba L and Helianthus annuus L. Bot. Acta 105, 111 - 116.

Yalpani, N., Balke, N.E., and Schulz, M. (1992) Induction of UDP-glucose:salicylic acid glucosyltransferase in oat roots. Plant Physiol. 100, 1114 - 1119.

Yalpani, N., Schulz, M., Davis, M. P., and Balke, N. E. (1992). Partial purification and properties of an inducible UDP-glucose:salicylic acid glucosyltransferase from oat roots. Plant Physiol. 100, 457 - 463.

Denecke, M., Schulz, M., Fischer, C., and Schnabl, H. (1993) Partial purification and characterization of stomatal phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase from Vicia faba L. Physiol. Plant. 87, 96 - 102.

Follmann, G., Huneck, S., Schulz, M., and Sanchez-Pinto, L. (1993) Neue Untersuchungen zur Ausstattung der Roccellaceen mit sekundären Inhaltsstoffen. Herzogia 9, 653-668.

Follmann, G. and Schulz, M. (1993). Comparative studies on two Chilean populations of Roccellinastrum epiphyllum (Ascolichenes). J. Hattori bot. Lab. 73, 221 - 230.

Follmann, G. and Schulz, M. (1993). Stress-induced changes in the secondary products of lichen thalli. Bibl. lichenologica 53, 75-86.

Ghiena, C., Schulz, M., and Schnabl, H. (1993). Starch degration and distribution of the starch degrading enzyme in Vicia faba leaves. Diurnal oscillation of amylolytic activity and starch content in Vicia chloroplasts. Plant Physiol. 101, 73 - 79.

Ghiena-Rahlenbeck, C., Schulz, M., and Schnabl, H. (1993). Influence of horizontal clinostat rotations on starch content and starch degrading enzymes in leaves of Vicia faba L. Plant Physiol Biochem. 31, 515-522.

Hunte, C., Jansen, M., Schulz, M., Traub, O., Willecke, K., and Schnabl, H. (1993). Age dependent modifications and further localization of the CX-26-like protein from Vicia faba L. Bot. Acta 106, 207-212.

Hunte, C., Schulz, M., and Schnabl, H. (1993). Influence of clinostat rotation on plant proteins. 2. Effects on membrane bound enzyme activities and ubiquitin-protein conjugates of leaves of Vicia faba L. J. Plant Physiol. 142, 31-36.

Schnabl, H., Klockenbring, T., Huhn, M., and Schulz, M. (1993) Purification of stomatal PEPCase subunits from Vicia faba L. by preparative gel electrophoresis and their detection by ELISA. Electrophoresis 14, 817-819.

Schulz, M., Klockenbring, T., Hunte, C., and Schnabl, H. (1993). Involvement of ubiquitin in phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase degradation. Bot. Acta 106, 143-145.

Schulz, M., Schnabl, H., Manthe, B., Schweihofen, B., and Casser, I. (1993). Uptake and detoxification of salicylic acid by Vicia faba L. and Fagopyrum esculentum L. Phytochemistry 33, 291-294.

Wolf, D., Schulz, M., and Schnabl. H. (1993). Influence of clinostat rotation on root tip proteins of Vicia faba L. Plant Physiol. Biochem. 31, 717-723.

Follmann, G., Schulz, M., Huneck, S., and Peine, J. (1994) Precursors to a monograph of the lichen familiy Roccellaceae. Remarks on the Roccella hypomecha group and description of a new species. J. Hattori bot. Lab. 75, 165-173.

Hunte, C., Wolf, D., Ghiena-Rahlenbeck, Schulz, M., and H. Schnabl (1994). Influence of clinostat rotation on soluble and membrane bound proteins of Vicia faba L. leaves. Proc. Eur. Symp. Life Science Research in Space, ESA SP 366, 61-63.

Janßen, M., Hunte, C., Leineweber, K., Knop, M., Cramer, H., Traub, O. and Schulz, M. (1994). Tissue and cell specific Distribution of Connexin 32 and Connexin 26 related proteins from Vicia faba L. Bot. Acta, 107, 468-472.

Schulz, M., Friebe, A., Kück, P., Seipel, M., and Schnabl, H. (1994).Allelopathic effects of living quackgrass (Agropyrum repens L.). Identification of inhibitory allelochemicals exuded from rhizome borne roots. Angew. Bot. 68, 195-200.

Schulz, M., Janßen, M., Knop, M., and Schnabl, H. (1994). Stress and age related spots with immunoreactivity to ubiquitin antibody at protoplast surfaces (Vicia faba). Plant & Cell Physiol. 35, 551-556.