8 search results for “jacobaea” in the Public website
relevance of chemical diversity in plants: pyrrolizidine alkaloids in Jacobaea species
Promotor: P.G.L. Klinkhamer, Co-Promotores: K. Vrieling, P.P.J. Mulder
diversity in plants : pyrrolizidine alkaloids and cytochrome P450s in Jacobaea
Plants produce an astonishing variety of secondary metabolites (SMs) which are thought to play vital roles in the fitness of plants through ecological interactions.
allocation to growth, defense, competitive ability and regrowth of invasive Jacobaea vulgaris
Promotor: Prof.dr. P.G.L Klinkhamer
Thrips resistance in strawberry: more fruits with less pesticides
Can thrips resistance in strawberry be explained based on secondary metabolite profiles and plant morphological traits?
Invasive plant species, models for evolutionary change
Which traits did change due to the invasion process of plants and how do these traits contribute to the invasiveness of such species. What is the role of carbohydrate accumulation? What is the function of carbohydrate accumulation in plants? Is genetic variation depleted in invasive species under se…
diversity in plants: pyrrolizidine alkaloids and cytochrome P450s in Jacobaea
Unravelling the genes responsible for life history traits in the giant woody cabbage (Brassica oleracea)
Which genes are involved in woodiness and associated traits such as drought tolerance, flowering time, stem elongation, life span, and plant herbivory, and how do these gene regulatory pathways overlap?
IBL symposium “Integrative Biology towards Healthy Communities”
On Monday the 8th of December, the annual symposium of the IBL will be organized at the main building of the LUMC Leiden. This year’s theme is “Integrative Biology towards Healthy Communities”.