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Statistical Literacy (for PhD students)

from Oct 8, 2018 09:00 to Oct 10, 2018 17:00

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Statistical Literacy (for PhD students)

from Oct 8, 2018 09:00 to Oct 10, 2018 17:00

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Statistical Literacy (for PhD students)

from Oct 8, 2018 09:00 to Oct 10, 2018 17:00

Karoline Faust: : From hairballs to hypotheses – what can we learn from microbial networks?

from 11:30 to 12:30

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Herbsttagung der BMS-Bibliotheken der MPG

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Herbsttagung der BMS-Bibliotheken der MPG

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Mark Estelle: Auxin stories from cell division to drought response

from 11:30 to 12:30

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David Salt: The ionomics of local adaptation in Arabidopsis thaliana

from 11:30 to 12:30

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Christian Körner: Controls of plant growth – a change in paradigm

from 11:30 to 12:30

News

News

 
Die Kölner Max-Planck-Institute laden zum Schauen, Mitmachen und Mitdiskutieren ein

#wonachsuchstdu – Buntes Wissenschaftsfestival am 14. September

September 03, 2018

Die Kölner Max-Planck-Institute laden zum Schauen, Mitmachen und Mitdiskutieren ein [more]
We are delighted to announce that Dr. Raphael Mercier from INRA Versailles has accepted an offer from the Max Planck President, Martin Stratmann, to develop a new Department at MPIPZ focusing on Chromosome Biology.

New director at the Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research

September 05, 2018

We are delighted to announce that Dr. Raphael Mercier from INRA Versailles has accepted an offer from the Max Planck President, Martin Stratmann, to develop a new Department at MPIPZ focusing on Chromosome Biology. [more]
Plant cells silence their flowering genes with the help of a small DNA-binding protein family which also stabilizes telomeres and promotes the expression of photosynthetic genes. A genetic barcodes shows this family what has to be done. These proteins are thus important mediators of epigenetic imprinting and determine cell fate in plants.

A genetic barcode for the epigenetic repression of the floral program

April 26, 2018

Plant cells silence their flowering genes with the help of a small DNA-binding protein family which also stabilizes telomeres and promotes the expression of photosynthetic genes. A genetic barcodes shows this family what has to be done. These proteins are thus important mediators of epigenetic imprinting and determine cell fate in plants. [more]
A team of researchers from Germany and the US led by Kenichi Tsuda at the Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research (MPIPZ) in Cologne have now developed a method that can be used to probe the complexity of plant-bacteria interactions.

Revealing the intricacy of plant-bacteria interactions

March 13, 2018

A team of researchers from Germany and the US led by Kenichi Tsuda at the Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research (MPIPZ) in Cologne have now developed a method that can be used to probe the complexity of plant-bacteria interactions. [more]
The epidermal cells of many plant organs resemble the pieces of a jigsaw puzzle helping them withstand the high pressure in their interior

A jigsaw puzzle of plant cells

The epidermal cells of many plant organs resemble the pieces of a jigsaw puzzle helping them withstand the high pressure in their interior [more]
HHU Düsseldorf awards PhD prize to Ruben Garrido-Oter

Prize for best PhD Thesis in 2017

December 19, 2017

HHU Düsseldorf awards PhD prize to Ruben Garrido-Oter

 


Paul Schulze-Lefert
Paul Schulze-Lefert

Congratulations to our Director Paul Schulze-Lefert and his group on being named a  2017 Highly Cited Researcher. His research ranks among the top 1% most cited works in in plant and microbial sciences.

Find here the Publications of the group "Innate Immunity and the Plant Microbiota (Paul Schulze-Lefert)"

 
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