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We want to congratulate Franziska for successfully defending her bachelor thesis:
“The impact or RPOTmp on growth plasticity to light intensity in Arabidopsis thaliana”.

We wish you all the best for your future studies, Franziska!

 

Margarita successfully defended her doctoral thesis:
“Polygenic basis of local adaptation in A.lyrata”.

Committee: Juliette de Meaux & Michael Nothnagel
Chair: Thomas Wiehe

 

Margarita is staying with our group for more months and we are excited to continue working with her.

We wish you all the best to your future endeavors, Margarita!

 

We have new projects available for Master students. See Positions for mor information.

Maroua successfully defended her doctoral thesis:
“Comparative analysis of the drought stress response across the Arabidopsis genus”.

Committee: Juliette de Meaux & Ute Hoecker
Chair: Wolfgang Werr


We wish you the best to all your future endeavors!

Hannes successfully defended his doctoral thesis with title:
“Evolutionary processes shaping natural variation in two Brassicaceae species”

Committee: Juliette de Meaux & Thomas Wiehe
Chair: Hartmut Arndt


We wish you the best to all your future endeavors!

  1. Glander et al. show that immunity and life-span strategies evolve in natural populations of A. thaliana (https://doi.org/10.1093/gbe/evy124)
  2. Göbel et al. found robust transposable element regulation and no evidence of a genomic shock in interspecific Arabidopsis hybrids (http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/gbe/evy095)
  3. Dittberner et al. found evidence that natural variation of stomata size conributes to local adaptation to drought in A. thaliana. (http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.14838)