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  • 01. Schimek C, Petzold A, Schultze K, Wetzel J, Wolschendorf F, Burmester A, Wöstemeyer J 2005) 4-Dihydromethyltrisporate dehydrogenase, an enzyme of the sex hormone pathway in Mucor mucedo, is constitutively transcribed but its activity is differently regulated in (+) and (-) mating types. Fung Genet Biol 42, 804-812.
  • 02. Schachtschabel D, Schimek C, Wöstemeyer J, Boland W (2005) Biological activity of trisporoids and trisporoid analogues in Mucor mucedo (-). Phytochemistry 66, 1358-1365.
  • 03. Schultze K, Schimek C, Wöstemeyer J, Burmester A (2005) Sexuality and parasitism share common regulatory pathways in the fungus Parasitella parasitica. Gene 348, 33-44.
  • 04. Wöstemeyer J, Burmester A, Schimek C (2004) Genetic manipulation systems for nonconventional fungi. Handbook of fungal biotechnology, 2nd edition (D. Arora, ed) Marcel Dekker, 121-130.
  • 05. Schimek C, Kleppe K, Saleem AR, Voigt K, Burmester A, Wöstemeyer J (2003) Sexual reactions in Mortierellales are mediated by the trisporic acid system. Mycol Res 107, 736-747.
  • 06. Hijri M, Redecker D, Macdonald-Comber Petetot JA, Voigt K, Wöstemeyer J, Sanders IR (2002) Identification and isolation of two ascomycete fungi from spores of the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Scutellospora castanea. Appl Environ Microbiol 68, 4567-4573.
  • 07. Wöstemeyer J, Burmester A, Wöstemeyer A, Schultze K, Voigt K (2002) Gene transfer in the fungal host-parasite system Absidia glauca – Parasitella parasitica depends on infection. Horizontal gene transfer, 2nd edition (M. Syvanen, C.I. Kado, eds) Academic Press,237-247.
  • 08. Voigt K, Wöstemeyer J (2001) Phylogeny and origin of 82 zygomycetes from all 54 genera of the Mucorales and Mortierellales based on combined analysis of actin and translation elongation factor EF-1 a genes. Gene 270, 113-120.
  • 09. Sexton AC, Paulsen M, Wöstemeyer J, Howlett B (2000) Cloning, characterization and chromosomal location of three genes encoding host-cell-wall-degrading enzymes in Leptosphaeria maculans, a fungal pathogen of Brassica spp. Gene 248, 89-97.
  • 10. Kellner M, Burmester A, Wöstemeyer A, Wöstemeyer J (1993) Transfer of genetic information from the mycoparasite Parasitella parasitica to its host Absidia glauca. Curr Genet 23, 334-337.