Research Training Group 2498

Research Training Group 2498

Communication and Dynamics of Plant Cell Compartments

Projects


P01 – Stress-induced redistribution of lipids between plastidial and extraplastidial membranes

             // Prof. Dr. Ingo Heilmann // Monique Matzner

P02 – Interplay of plastids and peroxisomes in jasmonate biosynthesis

             // Prof. Dr. Bettina Hause // Khansa Mekkaoui

P03 – Stromule-mediated plastid-nucleus interactions

            // Dr. Martin Schattat // Sedef Özyürek

P04 – Intercompartmental signaling of external phosphate status

            // Prof. Dr. Steffen Abel // Pinelopi Moutesidi

P05 – Initiation of Jasmonate biosynthesis in plastids

            // Dr. Debora Gasperini // Yunjing Ma

P06 – Calcium as a regulator of organellar interactions

            // Prof. Dr. Edgar Peiter // Nico Rössner

P07 – Towards the functional relevance of dual protein targeting in plant cells

            // Prof. Dr. Ralf Bernd Klösgen // Leander Ehmke

P08 – Role of a dual-targeted organellar RNA polymerase in controlling organelle function

            // Prof. Dr. Kristina Kühn // Sarlita Dwiani

P08A – Post-transcriptional mechanisms in plant mitochondria

            // Prof. Dr. Kristina Kühn // Theresa Schoeller

P08B – Complex I Proteostasis in Plants

            // Prof. Dr. Kristina Kühn // Dr. Etienne Meyer // Simge Parlar

P09 – Plastidial signals regulating senescence and stress response in the nucleus

            // Prof. Dr. Klaus Humbeck // Prof. Dr. Karin Krupinska // Bui Manh Minh

P09A –  Retrograde signaling components in Arabidopsis thaliana

            // Prof. Dr. Klaus Humbeck // Prof. Dr. Karin Krupinska // Thuy Linh Nguyen

P10 – Nuclear-cytoplasmic shuttling of plant PI4P 5-kinases

            // Dr. Mareike Heilmann // Lennart Schwalgun

P10A – Studies on the possible role of phospho-inositides in the epigenetic regulation of GCN5-regulated genes in A. thaliana

            // Dr. Mareike Heilmann // Lennart Schwalgun

P11 – LC-MS based mapping of organellar protein trafficking and turn-over

            // Dr. Wolfgang Hoehenwarter // Mohamed Ayash