... the "green side" of Molecular Biology and Genetics

DOMPS community in February 2024.

Research groups working on Molecular Biology/Molecular Genetics of plants and cyanobacteria:

(in alphabetical order)
  • AG Barbez, Institute of Biology II, CIBSS
    Research: Nutrient uptake and cell wall biology
  • AG Hartman, Institute of Biology III, CIBSS
    Research: Environmental signalling, control of plant stress responses and development in response to environmental cues
  • AG Hess, Institute of Biology III
    Research: Genetics and Experimental Bioinformatics, Molecular Biology and Genetics of Cyanobacteria
  • AG Hiltbrunner, Institute of Biology II
    Research: Light perception and signalling in plants (Arabidopsis thaliana and Physcomitrium patens), evolution of light signalling, application of phytochromes for optogenetics
  • AG Huesgen, Institute of Biology II
    Research: Plant proteases, proteolysis in plant stress responses and plant-microbe interactions, proteomics
  • AG Kleine-Vehn, Institute of Biology II
    Research: Phytohormonal control of cellular growth: Auxin-dependent growth regulation on subcellular, cellular, tissue and organ level.
  • AG Laux, Institute of Biology III
    Research: Developmental Biology and Biotechnology of plants, cell fates in plant development, embryo development, translational stem cell research
  • AG Ott, Institute of Biology II
    Research: Membrane dynamics and signalling in plant-microbe interactions
  • AG Ragni, Institute of Biology II
    Research: Periderm development and wood formation
  • AG Reski, Institute of Biology II
    Research: Plant Biotechnology, Molecular Biology of the moss Physcomitrium patens, International Moss Stock Centre (IMSC)
  • AG Wilde, Institute of Biology III
    Research: Molecular Biology/Genetics of Cyanobacteria, biofuels, photoreceptors in cyanobacteria, optogenetics