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Halle Plant Science Colloquium

Interdepartmental colloquium of University groups working on any aspect of functional plant biology

Talks take place on Tuesdays, 17:00 (s.t.) in lecture hall E.02, Theodor-Lieser-Strasse 9 (Heide Süd Campus), unless indicated otherwise.

If you like to have a personal discussion with the speaker, please contact the respective host in advance.

The colloquium is an integral part of and supported by:
the International Graduate School "Determinants of Plant Performance" (DPP) funded by the European Social Fund (ESF);
the Research Training Group 2498 "Communication and Dynamics of Plant Cell Compartments" funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG).

The seminar schedule is listed below and will be updated regularly.

If you wish to receive announcements by email, please notify .

Colloquium speakers and talks in past semesters are listed here.


Host groups

Winter Semester 2019/20

DateHostSpeakerTitle
08/10/2019Kristina KühnJim Whelan (La Trobe University, Bundoora, Australia)Mitochondrial Signaling - Specific and Shared Pathways
15/10/2019Marcel QuintGünter Theißen (University of Jena)MADS about the origin of novelties in land plants
05/11/2019Ingo
Heilmann
Ralph Hückelhoven (TUM Weihenstephan, Freising)Mechanisms of ROP GTPase signalling in plant disease susceptibility
26/11/2019Edgar
Peiter
Marie Barberon
(Université de Genève,
Switzerland)
Plasticity of root permeability for nutrient acquisition
10/12/2019Edgar
Peiter
Tina Romeis
(Institute of Plant Biochemistry, Halle)
Regulation and function of Calcium-Dependent Protein Kinases as decoders of calcium changes during stress signalling and development in plants
17/12/2019
07/01/2020
14/01/2020Marcel QuintKarin Ljung (Umea Plant Science Centre, Umea, Sweden)t. b. a .
21/01/2020Klaus
Pillen
André Marques
(Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research, Cologne)
Opening the black box: Meiotic adaptations in holocentric plants
28/01/2020Klaus
Pillen
Corinna Dawid (TUM Weihenstephan, Freising)Metabolite profiling to identify factors contributing to barley pathogen resistance and to beer quality
04/02/2020
18/02/2020Marcel
Quint
Seth Davis (University of York, UK)t. b. a.

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