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Members and Participating Institutes

Principle Investigators and PhD Students

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Physiologie Prof. Dr. Dorothea Bartels

P1: The role of aldehyde dehydrogenases in drought tole-rance: A comparative analysis in Arabidopsis and barley
M.Sc. Abdel Aziz Nasr





Frank Hochholdinger Prof. Dr. Frank Hochholdinger

P4: Root-type and tissue specific transcriptome responses to water deficit during early
barley development

M.Sc. Alina Osthoff
Biotechnologie
Prof. Dr. Peter Dörmann

P2: The role of tocopherol (vitamin E) during drought stress in Arabidopsis and barley
M.Sc. Victoria Pratzka

P3: The role of wax esters in protecting Arabidopsis and barley plants against water loss
M.Sc. Payal Patwari

Leon Naz Prof. Dr. Jens Léon

PD Dr. Ali Ahmad Naz

P5: Allele mining and functional characterization of genes regulating proline metabolism under drought stress in barley
M.Sc. Asis Shrestha

associated PhD students
M.Sc. Mathias Brands
M.Sc. Jill Romer

M.Sc. Niklas Jung


Andreas Meyer

Prof. Dr. Andreas Meyer

P6: Dynamic redox signalling in guard cells
M.Sc. David Solbach




Markus Schwarzländer Dr. Markus Schwarzländer
 
P8: Redox control of respiratory re-modelling during drought
M.Sc. Philippe Fuchs





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Prof. Dr. Gabriel Schaaf
gabriel.schaaf@uni-bonn.de

P9: The role of inositol polyphosphates during drought stress in Arabidopsis and barley
M.Sc. Philipp Gaugler





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lukas schreiber Prof. Dr. Lukas Schreiber

P7: Suberin biosynthesis in barley roots in response to water deficiency in soil
M.Sc. Tino Kreszies

uni duesseldorf

Prof. Dr. Maria von Korff

P10: Genetic control of reproductive development under drought and ABA
B.Sc. Leonard Gol
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Prof. Dr. Ute Vothknecht

P11:The role of organellar calcium signaling in the acclimation response to drought stress with a special focus on RISP1/2 and CML30/37
M. Sc. Maya Giridhar








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