Veranstaltungskalender

Veranstaltungskalender

PhD Retreat 2018

10362 1498137873

PhD Retreat 2018

  • Beginn: 14.03.2018
  • Ende: 16.03.2018

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Wednesday Seminar

10900 1521191277

No Seminar

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Special Seminar

13303 1521191183

Andrew Bent: Indigenous disease resistance fromreprogrammed core vesicle trafficking machinery in soybean

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Course

Wednesday Seminar

13008 1521192052

Michael Hiller: Linking phenotypic differences between species to differences in genes and cis-regulatory elements

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13301 1521191255

Wolfgang Droege-Laser: Genome-wide analyses of cell-layer specific root responsestowards pathogenic and beneficial fungal microorganisms

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Wednesday Seminar

13304 1521192347

Markus Schmid: Integeration of flowering time signals in Arabidopsis Thaliana

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Wednesday Seminar

PIM course

13302 1521187469

Workshop about research misconduct and scholarly communiction with Leonid Schneider

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Wednesday Seminar

13305 1521192478

Cyril Zipfel: Regulation of receptor kinase-mediated immune signaling

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Wednesday Seminar

13306 1521193057

David Guttman: Evolution of Host Specificity in Pseudomonas syringae

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Wednesday Seminar

13307 1521193095

No Seminar

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Girsl Day

12984 1521191630

Girls Day - Mädchenzukunftstag

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Wednesday Seminar

13838 1524226212

Venkatesan Sundaresan: Host-Microbiome interactions in Rice

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Wednesday Seminar

13839 1524226291

Daniel Hofius: Selective autophagy in plant immunity

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Wednesday Seminar

13840 1524226426

Christoph Benning: Membrane lipid remodeling for oil production and stress protection

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Wednesday Seminar

13842 1526302904

Julian Schröder: Drought-Induced Signal transduction and CO2 Sensing in Plants

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Wednesday Seminar

14079 1527843778

Rainer Hedrich: Venus flytrape - molecular insight in to a plant on animal diet

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Wednesday Seminar

14080 1528106685

Saskia Hogenhout: The dynamics of molecular components that regulate plant-insect interactions

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Special Seminar

14095 1526380302

Honour C. McCan: Emergence and Evolution of Plant Infectious Disease

Disease emergence is a growing threat to agricultural productivity worldwide, yet plant pathology is primarily focused on populations sampled from cultivated crops. Epidemiological and evolutionary investigations of crop disease emergence are generally hindered by the absence of sufficient knowledge of the identity and distribution of wild hosts and difficulty identifying pathogen symptom production in the wild. There is increasing evidence demonstrating the importance of environmental reservoirs in contributing to disease emergence however. Many human infectious disease outbreaks have environmental or zoonotic origins, and recent studies of fungal plant pathogen emergence have revealed important links with wild populations. Such studies of bacterial plant pathogens are rare. The emergence of Pseudomonas syringae pv. actinidiae (Psa) over the last three decades - concomitant with the domestication of its kiwifruit (Actinidia spp.) host - offers a unique opportunity to understand the relationship between wild and cultivated populations of both plants and microbes and the ecological and evolutionary factors shaping plant immunity and driving the origins of disease. I will present recent work investigating Psa’s wild origins in East Asia and evolution in agricultural environments [mehr]

Wednesday Seminar

14081 1528708165

Alexis Maizel: Lateral root formation in Arabidopsis: from metabolism to tissue organisation

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Special Seminar

14083 1526309997

Gerlind Wallon: A persistent problem: what is holding women back?

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Wednesday Seminar

14082 1529312384

Christophe Maurel: Aquaporins and plant hydraulics as targets and players of abiotic and biotic stress signalling

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KinderUni

13253 1521191202

KinderUni

Beim Schnupperkurs Pflanzenforschung können die Studenten der KinderUni Wissenschaft hautnah erleben. Ihnen wird die Bandbreite der Forschung am Max-Planck-Institut für Pflanzenzüchtungsforschung vorgestellt, die vom DNA-Molekül bis zum Anbau neuer Kultursorten reicht. Verschiedene Themen der Grundlagenforschung und ihrer Anwendung können Besucher in Erlebniswelten sowohl in der Scheune des Gutshofs als auch im Schaugarten spielerisch entdecken.Für Eltern gibt es ein separates Programm. [mehr]

Max Planck Day 2018

13254 1525868999

Max Planck Day 2018

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