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Evolution of Rhizobium symbiosis
Legumes comprise one of the most important agricultural taxa worldwide providing a major source of proteins for humans and animals, and nitrogen for soil improvement. Legumes have the unique ability to establish a symbiosis with n ...
Supervisor: Dr ir R Geurts
Department: Molecular Biology, Laboratory of
 
SCHIZORIZA: tissues with multiple personalities
Asymmetric cell division is a fundamental and universal mechanism for generating diversity and pattern in multicellular organisms. SCHIZORIZA (SCZ), a transcriptional co-factor controls the separation of cell fate in a set of stem ...
Supervisor: Renze Heidstra
Department: Molecular Biology, Laboratory of
 
CRISPR the Master: New RBR alleles to overcome gametophyte lethality.
Since plant cells cannot move, spatio-temporal coordination of cell growth, division and differentiation is fundamental for plant development. RETINOBLASTOMA-RELATED (RBR), plant homolog of the human tumor suppressor Retinoblastom ...
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Ben Scheres
Department: Molecular Biology, Laboratory of
 
CRISPR-Cas in plant development
Recent advances with the RNA-mediated CRISPR-Cas systems have dramatically transformed our ability to specifically modify intact genomes of diverse cells and organisms. The CRISPR–Cas system has proven to be an efficient, simple,  ...
Supervisor: Dr. Ir. R Heidstra
Department: Molecular Biology, Laboratory of
 
Stem cell maintenance in the Arabidopsis root
All tissues are ultimately generates by the activity of stem cells. In the root of the model plant Arabidopsis a group of stem cells surround a mitotically inactive organizer, named Quiescent Center (QC). Both the activities of th ...
Supervisor: Renze Heidstra
Department: Molecular Biology, Laboratory of
 
Unravelling the role of PLT transcription factors during early embryogenesis
Embryogenesis is a crucial developmental process in flowering plants. The initial asymmetric division of the plant zygote produces different apical and basal daughter cells and has been linked with differential auxin distribution  ...
Supervisor: Viola Willemsen
Department: Molecular Biology, Laboratory of
 
meerling: how many embryos fit in one seed?
Embryos in Arabidopsis are characterized by an embryo proper, which generates most of the mature embryo, that is connected to the maternal tissues by a suspensor. During normal embryo development it is believed that the embryo pro ...
Supervisor: Renze Heidstra
Department: Molecular Biology, Laboratory of
 
Peptide growth regulator enod40
One of the earliest legume genes induced during root nodule development is ENOD40. This gene is essential for nodule organogenesis. Furthermore, it is one of the first genes identified in plants that encode a peptide; in animals,  ...
Supervisor: dr H. Franssen
Department: Molecular Biology, Laboratory of
 
Regeneration genes
Introduction of transgenes in plants has been a force in molecular biology and biotechnology for decades. Agrobacterium tumefaciens is generally used as a vehicle to introduce genetic material in the plant cell. Unfortunately, not ...
Supervisor: Dr. Ir. R Heidstra and Dr H Nijveen (BIF)
Department: Molecular Biology, Laboratory of
 
Regulation of arbuscule development
Arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi establish a symbiosis with the vast majority of all land plants. The fungi colonize plant roots, where they are hosted inside root cortex cells forming highly branched fungal structures called arb ...
Supervisor: Dr ir E Limpens
Department: Molecular Biology, Laboratory of
 
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