Publications from Johan Meijers group

Last changed: 14 December 2021

Find selected publications on plant-pest interactions and plant defense in Brassicaceae from the Johan Meijer group here.

Niazi A, Manzoor S, Asari S, Bejai S, MeijerJ, Bongcam-Rudloff E (2014) Genome analysis of Bacillus amyloliquefaciens subsp. plantarum UCMB5113: a rhizobacterium that improves plant growth and stress management. PLOS One 9(8):e104651.

Abd El-Daim IA, Bejai S, Meijer J (2014) Improved heat stress tolerance of wheat seedlings by bacterial seed treatment. Plant and Soil 379, 337-350.

Fridborg I, Johansson A, Lagensjö J, Leelarasamee N, Floková K, Tarkowská D, Meijer J, Bejai S (2013) ML3: a novel regulator of herbivory-induced responses in Arabidopsis thalianaJournal of Experimental Botany 64, 935-948.

Nong H, Zhang J-M, Li D-Q, Wang M, Sun X-P, Zhu YJ, Meijer J, Wang Q-H (2010) Characterization of a novel β-thioglucosidase CpTGG1 in Carica papaya and its substrate-dependent and ascorbic acid-independent O-β-glucosidase activity. Journal of Integrative Plant Biology 52, 879-890.

Andersson, D., Chakrabarty, R., Sarosh, B., Zhang, J., Rask, L. and Meijer, J. (2009) Myrosinases from root and leaves of Arabidopsis thaliana have different catalytic properties. Phytochemistry 70, 1345-1354.

Sarosh, B.R., Danielsson, J. and Meijer, J. (2009) Transcript profiling of oilseed rape (Brassica napus) primed for biocontrol differentiate genes involved in microbial interactions with beneficial Bacillus amyloliquefasciens from pathogenic Botrytis cinereaPlant Molecular Biology 70, 31-45.

Danielsson, J., Reva, O. and Meijer, J. (2007) Protection of oilseed rape (Brassica napus) towards fungal pathogens by strains of plant-associated Bacillus amyloliquefaciensMicrobial Ecology 54, 134-140.

Åhman, I.M.¸ Kazachkova, N.I., Kamnert, I.M., Hagberg, P.A., Dayteg, C.I., Eklund, G.M., Meijer, L.J.O. and Ekbom, B. (2006) Characterisation of transgenic oilseed rape expressing pea lectin in anthers for improved resistance to pollen beetle. Euphytica 151, 187-200.


Professor Johan Meijer

Group leader at the Meijer lab
Department of Plant Biology, SLU

Telephone: + 46 18-67 33 21