Gruppenleiter

Ivan Acosta, PhD
Ivan Acosta, PhD
Group leader
Telefon:+49 221 5062-480
E-Mail:acosta@...
Jun-Prof.  Maria Albani
Jun-Prof. Maria Albani
Independent Group Leader
Telefon:+49 221 5062-380
E-Mail:albani@...

Jun-Prof. Cluster of Excellence on Plant Sciences (CEPLAS), University of Cologne, Botanical Institute

Prof. Dr. Jijie Chai
Prof. Dr. Jijie Chai
AvH Professor
Telefon:+49 221 5062-960
E-Mail:chai@...
Prof. Dr. Wolf B. Frommer
Prof. Dr. Wolf B. Frommer
AvH Professor
Telefon:+49 221 5062-387
Angela Hancock, PhD
Angela Hancock, PhD
Max Planck Research Group Leader
Telefon:+49 221 5062-285
Angela Hay, PhD
Angela Hay, PhD
Minerva Research Group Leader
Telefon:+49 221 5062-108Fax:+49 221 5062-107
E-Mail:hay@...
Dr. Eric Kemen
Dr. Eric Kemen
Max Planck Research Group Leader
Telefon:+49 221 5062-317-348
E-Mail:kemen@...
Hirofumi Nakagami, PhD
Hirofumi Nakagami, PhD
Group leader
Telefon:+49 221 5062-224
Dr. Bernd Reiß
Dr. Bernd Reiß
Group Leader
Telefon:+49 221 5062-220
E-Mail:reiss@...
Prof. Dr. Benjamin Stich
Prof. Dr. Benjamin Stich
Telefon:+49 221 5062-490
E-Mail:stich@...

Prof. for Quantitative Genetics and Genomics of Plants at Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf, CEPLAS Cluster of Excellence on Plant Sciences.

Prof apl. Dr.  Klaus Theres
Prof apl. Dr. Klaus Theres
Research Group Leader
Telefon:+49 221 5062-477
E-Mail:theres@...
Prof. Dr. Maria von Korff Schmising
Prof. Dr. Maria von Korff Schmising
Independent Group Leader
Telefon:+49 221 5062-247
E-Mail:korff@...

Prof. for Plant Genetics Heinrich Heine University in Düsseldorf CEPLAS Cluster of Excellence on Plant Sciences

Unabhängige Forschungsgruppen

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Unabhängige Forschungsgruppen

We study two major aspects of plant development: how it is shaped by spatiotemporal patterns of hormone signaling, and what are the ultimate cellular functions activated by hormones that lead to cell fates as disparate as proliferation, elongation or degeneration.

Regulation of stamen maturation in barley and Arabidopsis (Ivan Acosta)

We study two major aspects of plant development: how it is shaped by spatiotemporal patterns of hormone signaling, and what are the ultimate cellular functions activated by hormones that lead to cell fates as disparate as proliferation, elongation or degeneration.

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We are performing comparative studies between the perennial Arabis alpina and the annual Arabidopsis thaliana to understand the molecular mechanisms that drove life strategy evolution within the Brassicaceae.

The evolution of annual and perennial life strategies (Maria Albani)

We are performing comparative studies between the perennial Arabis alpina and the annual Arabidopsis thaliana to understand the molecular mechanisms that drove life strategy evolution within the Brassicaceae. [mehr]
We investigate molecular processes and proteins involved in transport of metabolites through cellular membranes. By this we aim to improve plant disease control and to increase crop yield of maize and rice.

Transport Processes in Crop Plants (AvH Professor Wolf  B. Frommer)

We investigate molecular processes and proteins involved in transport of metabolites through cellular membranes. By this we aim to improve plant disease control and to increase crop yield of maize and rice. [mehr]
We investigate the genetic basis of phenotypic differences between the emerging model species Cardamine hirsuta and its relative Arabidopsis thaliana and examine the evolutionary processes underlying such differences. We focus on petal number variation and explosive pod shatter, which are traits found in C. hirsuta but not A. thaliana, and use parallel genetic studies to investigate the evolution of developmental processes controlling these traits.

Genetic basis for phenotypic evolution (Angela Hay)

We investigate the genetic basis of phenotypic differences between the emerging model species Cardamine hirsuta and its relative Arabidopsis thaliana and examine the evolutionary processes underlying such differences. We focus on petal number variation and explosive pod shatter, which are traits found in C. hirsuta but not A. thaliana, and use parallel genetic studies to investigate the evolution of developmental processes controlling these traits.

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Studies of the same process in different organisms reveal important basic features as well as adaptations to special functions. We focused on two model plants greatly differing in phylogenetic position

Recombination Research (Bernd Reiss)

Studies of the same process in different organisms reveal important basic features as well as adaptations to special functions. We focused on two model plants greatly differing in phylogenetic position [mehr]
We have focused our attention on the mechanisms controlling the initiation of lateral meristems. Our studies started with the characterization of two tomato mutants, lateral suppressor (ls) and blind (bl)

Genetic and molecular analysis of shoot branching in higher plants (Klaus Theres)

We have focused our attention on the mechanisms controlling the initiation of lateral meristems. Our studies started with the characterization of two tomato mutants, lateral suppressor (ls) and blind (bl) [mehr]
The von Korff group uses natural genetic variation and quantitative genetics to unravel the genetic control of reproductive development in barley.

Drought adaptation and flowering time control in barley (Maria von Korff)

The von Korff group uses natural genetic variation and quantitative genetics to unravel the genetic control of reproductive development in barley.
 
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