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Department of Plant Biology


Det finns 44 sidor som är taggade med Department of Plant Biology:

ChMelnyk

Charles Melnyk, a plant biology researcher at SLU, has been awarded one of the most prestigious research grants in Europe, a starting grant from the European Research Council (ERC). During the next

ChMelnyk

Charles Melnyk, a plant biology researcher at SLU, has been awarded one of the most prestigious research grants in Europe, a starting grant from the European Research Council (ERC). During the next

AgResource

AgResource

The projectis a strategical approach by the Faculty of Natural Resources and Agricultural Sciences. The goal is to study perennial and annual crops from different perspectives.

How bacteria hijack the plant’s self-eating system to spread infection

A major challenge in plant breeding is the improvement of resistance to a multitude of pathogens that threaten crop productivity. Successful pathogens have evolved a large repertoire of molecular

How bacteria hijack the plant’s self-eating system to spread infection

A major challenge in plant breeding is the improvement of resistance to a multitude of pathogens that threaten crop productivity. Successful pathogens have evolved a large repertoire of molecular

Barrier to plant breeders closer to a solution

A major obstacle for plant breeders around the world is that the endosperm does not develop normally in seeds from crosses of plants that differ in chromosome number. Claudia Köhler’s lab at SLU has

Barrier to plant breeders closer to a solution

A major obstacle for plant breeders around the world is that the endosperm does not develop normally in seeds from crosses of plants that differ in chromosome number. Claudia Köhler’s lab at SLU has

The genetics behind starch and dietary fibre storage in barley seeds is revealed

How much of photosynthetic products that are channelled into starch and fructan (a type of dietary fibre) in a barley seed is controlled by a single gene. An international research team, with its

The genetics behind starch and dietary fibre storage in barley seeds is revealed

How much of photosynthetic products that are channelled into starch and fructan (a type of dietary fibre) in a barley seed is controlled by a single gene. An international research team, with its

Pär Ingvarsson

Pär Ingvarsson

pron0005 2017- Professor in Plant Genomics and Plant Breeding, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences 2009-2016  Professor in Evolutionary Genetics, Umeå University 2004-2009  Associate

Diss Marcelinus Rocky Hatorangan

Diss Marcelinus Rocky Hatorangan

Evolution of genomic imprinting in the Capsella genus johanna.nilsson@slu.se Marcelinus Rocky Hatorangan defends his thesis Evolution of genomic imprinting in the Capsella genus on 27 October 2017.

Diss Marcelinus Rocky Hatorangan

Diss Marcelinus Rocky Hatorangan

Evolution of genomic imprinting in the Capsella genus johanna.nilsson@slu.se Marcelinus Rocky Hatorangan defends his thesis Evolution of genomic imprinting in the Capsella genus on 27 October 2017.