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Prof. Dr. Henning Wildhagen


HAWK Hochschule Hildesheim/Holzminden/Göttingen
Fakultät Ressourcenmanagement
email: henning.wildhagen(at)hawk-hhg.de

Büsgenweg 1a  (Raum 134)
37077 Göttingen

Tel.:  +49/551/5032-238    E-Mail-Formular Prof. Dr. Henning Wildhagen
Fax:  +49/551/5032-200-238 


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Werdegang

Ab September 2016
Professor für das Lehrgebiet „Produktion, Verwendung und Pflege von Gehölzen sowie Botanik“

2013 – 2016
Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter an der Abteilung Forstbotanik und Baumphysiologie, Büsgen-Institut, der Georg-August-Universität Göttingen

2010 – 2013
Projekt- und Arbeitsgruppenleiter der Abteilung Waldökologie an der Forstlichen Versuchs- und Forschungsanstalt Baden-Württemberg

2006 – 2010
Promotion im Rahmen der DFG-Forschergruppe „Poplar – a model to address tree species questions“ an der Professur für Baumphysiologie, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg. Thema der Dissertation: Molecular and physiological studies on nitrogen metabolism in Grey poplar (Populus × cancescens)“. Promotion zum Dr. rer. nat. im Juni 2010 (summa cum laude).

2000 – 2005
Studium der Forstwissenschaft (Schwerpunkt Waldökologie) an der Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg

Tätigkeiten als Gutachter / Peer-review contributions (see also at Publons)
Gutachter für internationale Fachzeitschriften, u.a. New Phytologist; Journal of Experimental Botany; Plant, Cell & Environment; Tree Physiology; Plant Biology

Veröffentlichungen / Peer-reviewed publications

2017

Wildhagen H, Paul S, Allwright M, Smith HK, Malinowska M, Schnabel SK, Paulo MJ, Cattonaro F, Vendramin V, Scalabrin S, Janz D, Douthe C, Brendel O, Buré C, Cohen D, Hummel I, Le Thiec D, van Eeuwijk F, Keurentjes JJB, Flexas J, Morgante M, Robson P, Bogeat-Triboulot M-B, Taylor G, Polle, A. 2017. Genes and gene clusters related to genotype and drought-induced variation in saccharification potential, lignin content and wood anatomical traits in Populus nigra. Tree Physiology, Epub ahead of print May 24: 1-20. DOI: 10.1093/treephys/tpx054

Junker LV, Kleiber A, Jansen K, Wildhagen H, Hess M, Kayler Z, Kammerer B, Schnitzler J-P, Kreuzwieser J, Gessler A, Ensminger I. 2017. Variation in short-term and long-term responses of photosynthesis and isoprenoid-mediated photoprotection to soil water availability in four Douglas-fir provenances.  Scientific Reports 7:40145


2016
Allwright MR, Payne A, Emiliani G, Milner S, viger M, Rouse F, Keurentjes JJB, Bérard A, Wildhagen H, Faivre-Rampant P, Polle A, Morgante M, Taylor G. 2016. Biomass traits and candidate genes for bioenergy revealed through association genetics in coppiced European Populus nigra (L.). Biotechnology for Biofuels 9: 195

Hess M, Wildhagen H, Junker LV, Ensminger I. 2016. Transcriptome responses to temperature, water availability and photoperiod are conserved among mature trees of two divergent Douglas-fir provenances from a coastal and an interior habitat. BMC Genomics 17:682

Paul S, Wildhagen H, Janz D, Teichmann T, Hänsch R, Polle A. 2016. Tissue- and cell-specific cytokinin activity in Populus x canescens monitored by ARR5::GUS reporter lines in summer and winter. Frontiers in Plant Science 7:653

Neophytou C, Weisser A-M, Landwehr D, Šeho M, Kohnle U, Ensminger I, Wildhagen H. 2016. Assessing the relationship between height growth and molecular genetic variation in Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) provenances. European Journal of Forest Research 135: 465

2015
Müller T, Freund F, Wildhagen H, Schmid KJ. 2015. Targeted re-sequencing of five Douglas-fir provenances reveals population structure and putative target genes of positive selection. Tree Genetics & Genomes 11:816

2013
Wildhagen H, Bilela S, Rennenberg H. 2013. Low temperatures counteract short-day induced nitrogen storage, but not accumulation of bark storage protein transcripts in bark of grey poplar (Populus × canescens) trees. Plant Biology 15: 44-56

Malcheska F, Honsel A, Wildhagen H, Dürr J, Larisch C, Rennenberg H, Herschbach C. 2013. Differential expression of specific sulphate transporters underlies seasonal and spatial patterns of sulphate allocation in trees. Plant, Cell & Environment 7:1285-1295

Hess M, Wildhagen H, Ensminger I. 2013. Suitability of Illumina deep mRNA sequencing for reliable gene expression profiling in a non-model conifer species (Pseudotsuga menziesii). Tree Genetics & Genomes 9: 1513 - 1527

2012
Janz D, Lautner S, Wildhagen H, Behnke K, Schnitzler J-P, Rennenberg H, Fromm J, Polle A. 2012. Salt stress induces the formation of a novel type of ‘pressure wood’ in two Populus species. New Phytologist 194: 129-141


Larisch C, Dittrich M, Wildhagen H, Lautner S, Fromm J, Polle A, Hedrich R, Rennenberg H, Müller T, Ache P. 2012. Plant Physiology 160: 1515-1529

2011
Luo Z-B, Li K, Gai Y, Göbel C, Wildhagen H, Jiang X, Feußner I, Rennenberg H, Polle A. 2011. The ectomycorrhizal fungus (Paxillus involutus) modulates leaf physiology of poplar towards improved salt tolerance. Environmental and Experimental Botany 72: 304-311

2010
Wildhagen H, Dürr J, Ehlting B, Rennenberg H. 2010. Seasonal nitrogen cycling in the bark of field-grown Grey poplar is correlated with meteorological factors and gene expression of bark storage proteins. Tree Physiology 30: 1096-1110

Rennenberg H, Wildhagen H, Ehlting B. 2010. Nitrogen nutrition of poplar trees. Plant Biology 12: 275-291

Dürr J, Bücking H, Mult S, Wildhagen H, Palme K, Rennenberg H, Ditengou F, Herschbach C. 2010. Seasonal and cell type specific expression of sulfate transporters in the phloem of Populus reveals tree specific characteristics for SO42− storage and mobilization. Plant Molecular Biology 72: 499-517

2009
Luo Z-B, Janz D, Jiang X, Göbel C, Wildhagen H, Tan Y, Rennenberg H, Feussner I, Polle A. 2009. Upgrading root physiology for stress tolerance by ectomycorrhizas: insights from metabolite and transcriptional profiling into reprogramming for stress anticipation. Plant Physiology 151: 1902-1917