PS Seminar Series: Programmable TALE-based DNA binding domains and their biotechnological application »
Transcription activator-like effectors (TALEs) are Type-III-effector proteins mainly found in phytopathogenic Xanthomonas species.
Oceans cover 70% of the Earth’s surface, play a vital role in global climate and are home to varied and productive ecosystems.
PS Seminar Series: Unraveling drought stress response mechanisms in the interaction peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) - Bradyrhizobium...
The research line is devoted to the study of the interaction between peanuts and beneficial microorganisms.
PS Seminar Series - Phi thickenings in roots - A mechanism that mechanically strengthens the growing primary root? »
Phi thickenings are peculiar secondary cell wall thickenings that form reinforcing bands around the radial walls of cortical cells in plant roots, a location where only a primary...
PS PhD Exit Seminar - Wheat Growth in a Changing World: Genetic and Environmental Drivers of Variation in Leaf Respiration ...
Global crop yields per hectare have plateaued in recent years while consumption and population continue to grow.
PS Seminar Series: Chromatin structure and DNA methylation as drivers of intraspecies genome variability and evolution in a fungal...
The ability to rapidly adapt to changing environments, especially to artificial environments created by industrial agriculture and modern medicine, is crucial for the success of...
‘Translational research’ became an increasingly common term when it was realised that much agriculturally inspired basic research failed to contribute to the improvement of crops.
RESCHEDULED PS Seminar Series: Xylem - phloem interactions during electrical signalling in wounded plants »
Slow wave potentials propagate from sites of damage to distal leaves in wounded plants.
Plant biotechnology predominantly relies on a restricted set of genetic parts with limited capability to customize spatiotemporal and conditional expression patterns.
As sessile organisms, plants have evolved a multitude of mechanisms to acclimate to their environment enabling the plant to optimise development and reproduction, and fight off or...
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