Project groups

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No. Pi Name, City Project code Project name
1 Annette Becker Annette Becker
University of Gießen
BE 2547/9-1 Adaptomics of neofunctionalization: analysis of GORDITA-like genes in Brassicaceae
 
- Project is closed -
Klaus Mummenhoff Klaus Mummenhoff
University of Osnabrück
MU 1137/9-1
Günter Theissen Günter Theissen
University of Jena
TH 417/9-1
2 Stephan Clemens Stephan Clemens
University of Bayreuth
CL 152/9-2 Natural variation, underlying molecular basis and ecological role of metal hyperaccumulation in Arabidopsis halleri
Ute Krämer Ute Krämer
University of Bochum
KR 1967/10-2
Caroline Müller Caroline Müller
Bielefeld University
MU 1829/11-1
3 George Coupland George Coupland
MPI for Plant Breeding Research, Cologne
CO 318/7-2 Molecular-genetic analysis of trade offs between vegetative growth and flowering in natural populations of perennial Arabis alpina
4 Marcus Koch Marcus Koch
University of Heidelberg / Klaus Mummenhoff
KO 2302/13-2 BrassiBase: Tools and biological resources to study characters and traits in the Brassicaceae
5 Marcus Koch Marcus Koch
University of Heidelberg
KO 2302/14-1 Adaptation and speciation: The acquisition of new traits and adaptive potential via introgression. An Arabidopsis Iyrata - arenosa introgression zone as example.
 
- Project is closed -
Alex Widmer Alex Widmer
ETH Zurich
WI 3520/1-1
7 Juliette de Meaux Juliette de Meaux
University of Muenster
ME 2742/3-2 Cis-regulatory diversity and adaptive divergence in the Arabidopsis genus
8 Magnus Nordborg Magnus Nordborg
Gregor Mendel Institute, Vienna
NO 942/1-1 Starting from scratch: adaptation to variable environments after an extreme bottleneck
Detlef Weigel Detlef Weigel
MPI for Developmental Biology, Tübingen
WE 2897/4-1
Detlef Weigel Barbara Neuffer
University of Osnabrück
NE 314/11-2
9 Ales Pecinka Ales Pecinka
MPI for Plant Breeding Research, Cologne
PE 1853/2-2 Epigenetic control of repetitive DNA in the genome of Arabidopsis Iyrata
10 Christian Schlöttere Christian Schlötterer
University of Vienna
SCHL 429/3-2 Phenotypic and genetic variation in Biscutella didyma and adaptation to environmental change - a combined ecological-genomic approach
Katja Tielbörger Katja Tielbörger
University of Tübingen
TI 338/11-1
Detlef Weigel Detlef Weigel
MPI for Developmental Biology, Tübingen
WE 2897/5-1
11 Karl Schmid Karl Schmid
University of Hohenheim
SCHM 1354/6-2 The interaction of genetic drift and adaptive evolution in two endemic plant species, Arabidopsis pedemontana and Arabidopsis cebennensis
12 Tim Sharbel Timothy F. Sharbel
IPK Gatersleben
SH 337/7-2 Mutation accumulation and adaptation to drought stress in the asexual Boechera holboellii complex (Brassicaceae)
13 Katja Tielbörger Katja Tielbörger
University of Tübingen /
Merav Seifan
TI 338/10-2 The role of biotic interactions in determining phenotypic and genotypic variation in metal hyperaccumulation and hypertoterance in two model Brassicaceae species
14 Angela Hay Miltos Tsiantis
MPI for Plant Breeding Research, Cologne
HA 6316/1-3 The genetic basis for leaf diversity: exploiting the Arabidopsis thaliana relative Cardamine hirsuta
15 Andreas Weber Andreas Weber
University of Düsseldorf / Peter Westhoff
WE 2231/9-1 Adaptomics: The Evolution of C4 Photosynthesis in the Cleomaceae, a sister clade to the Brassicaceae
16 Marcus Koch Marcus Koch
University of Heidelberg
KO 2302/16-1 The evolutionary history of Cochlearia (Brassicaceae) in Central Europe: Population genetics and phylogenomics of a cold relic in a warming world
17 Maria Albani

Wim Soppe
Maria Albani &
Wim Soppe
MPI for Plant Breeding Research, Cologne
AL 1447/4-1 The role of seeds in the annual and perennial life cycles
18 Adrien Sicard Adrien Sicard
Institut für Biochemie und Biologie
Universität Potsdam
SI 1967/1-1 Adaptation to selfing in the genus Capsella: Inferring the evolutionary history and adaptive value of selfing-syndrome alleles
19 Angelika Mustroph Angelika Mustroph
University of Bayreuth
MU 2755/6-1 Understanding flooding tolerance mechanisms using a tolerant dicot model system