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2011/2012 Winter Semester

Seminar Series "Early Recognition of Stress Reactions"

CROP.SENSe.net Seminar Series, "Early recognition of stress reactions" 2011-2012

Highlighting some of the latest results and scientific ideas in this area. The seminar series is a focal course in the Crop.Sense.net study line of the Theodor-Brinkman Graduate School.

 

Programme

Poster showing full list of lectures (pdf)

Friday
9 September 2011
12.00
Dr. Bob Furbank (CSIRO, Australia)
"Plant Phenomics, digital agriculture and the global food security challenge"
Poster
Tuesday
18 October 2011
17.00
Prof. Dr. Wulf Diepenbrock (Halle University)
"Die algorithmische Schönheit der Pflanzen"
Zusammenfassung
Poster
Tuesday
15 November 2011
17.00
Prof. Dr. Winfried Kurth (Department Ecoinformatics, Biometrics & Forest Growth, University of Göttingen)
Abstract
Poster
Tuesday
22 November 2011
17.00
Prof. Dr. Falk Schreiber (IPK Gatersleben)
"Representing, analysing and visualising plant metabolism"
Poster
Tuesday
6 December 2011
17.00
Prof. Dr. Arno Ruckelshausen (Osnabrück University)
"Outdoor phenotyping technologies"
Poster
Tuesday
13 December 2011
17.00
Prof. Dr. Wolfram Hartung (Würzburg University)
"Abscisic acid (ABA) – a chemical long distance stress signal in plants. Understanding and exploiting long distance signalling."
Abstract
Poster
Friday
16 December 2011
12 noon
Prof. Dr. Katharina Morik (Dortmund University)
"Analyse unter Ressourcenbeschränkung −
Einige Arbeiten im SFB 876"
Abstract
Poster

Tuesday
10 January 2012
17.00
Dr. Uwe Rascher (Forschungszentrum Jülich, IBG2)
"Shining light on the structural and functional properties of plant canopies - optical remote sensing to scale and understand the functioning of photosynthesis from the leaf to the region"
Poster
Tuesday
17 January 2012
17.00
Prof. Dr. Rainer Matyssek (TUM-Weihenstephan)
"Forest Trees between Growth and Stress Defence"
Poster
Friday
27 January 2012
12.00
Prof. Dr. Claus Schwechheimer (TUM-Weihenstephan)
"Gibberellin signaling in plants - how does it actually work?"
Poster
Tuesday
14 February 2012
17.00
Prof. Dr. Ulrich Schurr (Forschungszentrum Jülich)
Overcoming the phenotyping bottleneck for complex traits
Poster
Friday
2 March 2012
12.00
Prof. Dr. Roberto Tuberosa (Bologna University, Italy)
"Mapping and cloning QTLs for drought tolerance in durum wheat and maize"
Abstract
Poster

 

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