Catrin S Günther
Catrin S Günther
Postdoctoral Scientist, Plant and Food Research LtD
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Symbiotic leghemoglobins are crucial for nitrogen fixation in legume root nodules but not for general plant growth and development
T Ott, JT van Dongen, C Gu, L Krusell, G Desbrosses, H Vigeolas, V Bock, ...
Current biology 15 (6), 531-535, 2005
Quantifying variation in the ability of yeasts to attract Drosophila melanogaster
L Palanca, AC Gaskett, CS Günther, RD Newcomb, MR Goddard
PloS one 8 (9), e75332, 2013
Characterisation of two alcohol acyltransferases from kiwifruit (Actinidia spp.) reveals distinct substrate preferences
CS Günther, C Chervin, KB Marsh, RD Newcomb, EJF Souleyre
Phytochemistry 72 (8), 700-710, 2011
The impact of cold storage and ethylene on volatile ester production and aroma perception in ‘Hort16A’kiwifruit
CS Günther, KB Marsh, RA Winz, RF Harker, MW Wohlers, A White, ...
Food chemistry 169, 5-12, 2015
Absence of Symbiotic Leghemoglobins Alters Bacteroid and Plant Cell Differentiation During Development of Lotus japonicus Root Nodules
T Ott, J Sullivan, EK James, E Flemetakis, C Günther, Y Gibon, C Ronson, ...
Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 22 (7), 800-808, 2009
Metabolism of Reactive Oxygen Species Is Attenuated in Leghemoglobin-Deficient Nodules of Lotus japonicus
C Günther, A Schlereth, M Udvardi, T Ott
Molecular plant-microbe interactions 20 (12), 1596-1603, 2007
(Methylsulfanyl) alkanoate ester biosynthesis in Actinidia chinensis kiwifruit and changes during cold storage
CS Günther, AJ Matich, KB Marsh, L Nicolau
Phytochemistry 71 (7), 742-750, 2010
The context of chemical communication driving a mutualism
CS Günther, MR Goddard, RD Newcomb, CC Buser
Journal of chemical ecology 41 (10), 929-936, 2015
Do yeasts and Drosophila interact just by chance?
CS Günther, MR Goddard
Fungal Ecology 38, 37-43, 2019
Ethylene-regulated (methylsulfanyl) alkanoate ester biosynthesis is likely to be modulated by precursor availability in Actinidia chinensis genotypes
CS Günther, K Heinemann, WA Laing, L Nicolau, KB Marsh
Journal of plant physiology 168 (7), 629-638, 2011
Development of a quantitative method for headspace analysis of methylsulfanyl-volatiles from kiwifruit tissue
CS Günther, AJ Matich, KB Marsh, L Nicolau
Food research international 44 (5), 1331-1338, 2011
Ester biosynthesis in kiwifruit-from genes to enzymes to pathways
EJF Souleyre, CS Günther, MY Wang, RD Newcomb, KB Marsh
VII International Symposium on Kiwifruit 913, 205-211, 2010
Spatiotemporal modulation of flavonoid metabolism in blueberries
CS Günther, AP Dare, TK McGhie, C Deng, DJ Lafferty, BJ Plunkett, ...
Frontiers in plant science 11, 545, 2020
Are Drosophila preferences for yeasts stable or contextual?
CS Günther, SJ Knight, R Jones, MR Goddard
Ecology and evolution 9 (14), 8075-8086, 2019
Deceit and deception in volatile analysis
AJ Matich, DD Rowan, C Guenther
Chemistry in New Zealand 73, 88-91, 2008
Separate and combined Hanseniaspora uvarum and Metschnikowia pulcherrima metabolic volatiles are attractive to Drosophila suzukii in the laboratory and field
R Jones, MT Fountain, CS Günther, PE Eady, MR Goddard
Scientific reports 11 (1), 1-12, 2021
A chromosome‐scale assembly of the bilberry genome identifies a complex locus controlling berry anthocyanin composition
C Wu, C Deng, E Hilario, NW Albert, D Lafferty, ERP Grierson, BJ Plunkett, ...
Molecular Ecology Resources, 2021
Livestock microbial landscape patterns: Retail poultry microbiomes significantly vary by region and season
MSMRG B.J.Schofielda, N.A.Andreania, C.S.Günther, G.R.Law, G.McMahon
Food Microbiology, 2021
Deciphering the Blue Colour in Blueberry
CH Deng, C Guenther, D Lafferty, A Dare, B Plunkett, T McGhie, ...
Plant and Animal Genome XXVIII Conference (January 11-15, 2020), 2020
Investigation of flavour-related sulphur metabolism in Actinidia chinensis genotypes
C Guenther
PhD Thesis-University of Auckland, 2010
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