Winter Term 2012/2013

This monthly colloquium is organized in collaboration with the DCPS. Here you can download the current programme.

DateSpeakerTopic

24.11.2012

@ Kick-Off

Sergio Rasmann
University of Lausanne, Switzerland

Transgenerationally induced priming of plant defence against herbivores

24.11.2012

@ Kick-Off

Markus Kollmann
Universität Düsseldorf, Germany

Optimal information processing strategies of microbes

24.11.2012

@ Kick-Off

Claudia Jonak
GMI, Austria

Metabolic adaptation, redox balance and signalling in response to salt stress

24.11.2012

@ Kick-Off

Anna Amtmann
University of Glasgow, United Kingdom

The role of histone modifications for somativ stress memory in plants

24.11.2012

@ Kick-Off

Saskia van Wees
Utrecht University, The Netherlands

Making sense out of signalling during plant defence

24.11.2012

@ Kick-Off

Jurriaan Ton
University of Sheffield, United Kingdom

 How "innate" is the plant immune system?

24.11.2012

@ Kick-Off

Bart Thomma
Wageningen University, The Netherlands

Conserved fungal effectors mediate disease establishment in plants

24.11.2012

@ Kick-Off

Irute Meskiene
MFPL, Austria

 Regulation of stress-induced cell signalling

11.01.2013

@ 12.00 h

Karin I. Köhl
Max-Planck-Institut für Molekulare Pflanzenphysiologie, Potsdam-Golm

Tools for phenotyping with mobile terminals and safe data storage

01.02.2013

@ 12.00 h

Jürgen Kreyling
Biogeographie, Universität Bayreuth

Ecological importance of stress memory and cross stress tolerance in plants in the face of climate change

Location:

Kleiner Hörsaal der Pflanzenphysiologie

Freie Universität Berlin

Königin-Luise Straße 12-16

14159 Berlin

Seminar and Workshops within CRC subprojects

DateSpeakerTopicProject
14.08.2012

@ 12.00 h

Jinwon Kim
Pennsylvania State Univ., USA

Defensive response of tomate to Helicoverpa zea Oviposition

B1

09.10.2012

@ 12.00 h

Sylwia Monika Kacprzak
Univ. of Life Sciences, Warschau

The role of phytochrome A and B in the regulation of responses to UV-C stress in Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) Heynh

A2

18.03.2013

@ 10.00 h

Joachim Kopka
 Max-Planck-Institut für Molekulare Pflanzenphysiologie, Potsdam-Golm

WORKSHOP: GC/MS Profiling and Golm Metabolome Database

C3