Forschungsplattform ZAP

Forschungsplattform Angewandte Pflanzenbiotechnologie (ZAP)

Moderne Pflanzenforschung

Das Zentrum für Angewandte Pflanzenbiotechnologie (ZAP) dient als Plattform zur Unterstützung der Forschung im Bereich der Pflanzenwissenschaften. Es verbindet verschiedene Forschungsgruppen der Naturwissenschaftlichen Fakultät der Leibniz Universität Hannover (LUH). Das ZAP organisiert Technologieplattformen und eine Seminarreihe am Campus Herrenhausen der LUH.

Moderne Pflanzenforschung

Das Zentrum für Angewandte Pflanzenbiotechnologie (ZAP) dient als Plattform zur Unterstützung der Forschung im Bereich der Pflanzenwissenschaften. Es verbindet verschiedene Forschungsgruppen der Naturwissenschaftlichen Fakultät der Leibniz Universität Hannover (LUH). Das ZAP organisiert Technologieplattformen und eine Seminarreihe am Campus Herrenhausen der LUH.

Austausch im Pflanzenwissenschaftlichen Kolloquium

Biotechnologische Methoden sind für moderne Pflanzenwissenschaften unverzichtbar. Sie stellen wichtige Pfeiler für die Züchtung neuer Kulturpflanzensorten dar und werden bei der Lösung globaler Herausforderungen, z. B. dem Bevölkerungswachstum und dem Klimawandel, eine entscheidende Rolle spielen. Die Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät der Leibniz Universität Hannover beherbergt Arbeitsgruppen, die ein breites Spektrum von molekularbiologischer Grundlagenforschung bis angewandter Biotechnologie und Gartenbau abdecken. Die Forschungsplattform ZAP soll know-how bündeln, Synergien schaffen und zur Einwerbung von Verbundprojekten beitragen. Hierzu findet ein regelmäßiger Austausch über unser pflanzenwissenschaftliches Kolloquium statt, in dem Vorträge nationaler und internationaler Sprecherinnen und Sprecher neue Impulse liefern.

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    Vergangene Termine

    30 Nov
    23 Nov
    23. Nov. 2022 | 14:00 - 15:30
    PLANT SCIENCE COLLOQUIUM / GUEST SPEAKER
    Reimo Zoschke: Elucidating plastid translation behavior and regulation in vivo by ribosome profiling
    19 Okt
    19. Okt. 2022 | 11:30 - 12:30
    PLANT SCIENCE COLLOQUIUM / GUEST SPEAKER
    Ivo Feussner, Albrecht-von-Haller-Institut für Pflanzenwissenschaften: TBA
    12 Okt
    12. Okt. 2022 | 12:00 - 13:30
    PLANT SCIENCE COLLOQUIUM / GUEST SPEAKER
    Fernando Geu-Flores: Biosynthesis and transport of anti-nutritional compounds in legumes
    08 Jun
    08. Jun. 2022 | 17:00 - 18:30
    PLANT SCIENCE COLLOQUIUM / GUEST SPEAKER
    Carolyn Lee-Parsons: Engineering the Production of Pharmaceuticals from Plants & Plant Tissue Cultures
    12 Jan
    08 Dez
    08. Dez. 2021 | 17:00 - 18:30
    PLANT SCIENCE COLLOQUIUM / GUEST SPEAKER
    [Live Stream] Rainer Hedrich: Roots of plant carnivory
    14 Jul
    14. Jul. 2021 | 17:00 - 18:30
    PLANT SCIENCE COLLOQUIUM / GUEST SPEAKER
    [Live Stream] Gunther Seckmeyer: Simulation der Globalstrahlung für Pflanzenversuche
    28 Apr
    02 Dez
    06 Mai
    17 Feb
    17. Feb. 2020 | 11:00 - 12:30
    PLANT SCIENCE COLLOQUIUM / GUEST SPEAKER
    Hartmut Ramm: Die Weissbeerige Mistel als Heilpflanze und botanischer Sonderling
    05 Feb
    05. Feb. 2020 | 14:00 - 15:30
    PLANT SCIENCE COLLOQUIUM / GUEST SPEAKER
    Ute Wittstock: Glucosinolate breakdown - one pathway is not enough
    29 Jan
    29. Jan. 2020 | 17:00 - 18:30
    PLANT SCIENCE COLLOQUIUM / GUEST SPEAKER
    Reinhard Kunze: Long non-coding RNAs: factors in the Arabidopsis DNA damage response?
    22 Jan
    22. Jan. 2020 | 12:30 - 14:00
    PLANT SCIENCE COLLOQUIUM / GUEST SPEAKER
    Ines Teichert: A-to-I RNA editing: Remodeling fungal protein functions?
    15 Jan
    15. Jan. 2020 | 17:00 - 18:30
    PLANT SCIENCE COLLOQUIUM / GUEST SPEAKER
    Holger Heuer: Interactions of phytonematodes with soil microbiomes
    20 Nov
    20. Nov. 2019 | 17:00 - 18:30
    PLANT SCIENCE COLLOQUIUM / GUEST SPEAKER
    Jörg Stülke: An essential poison: Functions of the second messenger cyclic di-AMP
    13 Nov
    13. Nov. 2019 | 17:00 - 18:30
    PLANT SCIENCE COLLOQUIUM / INAUGURAL LECTURE
    Tatjana Hildebrandt: Protein turnover - How plants manage their resources during stress and development
    06 Nov
    18 Sep
    18. Sep. 2019 | 12:30 - 14:00
    PLANT SCIENCE COLLOQUIUM / GUEST SPEAKER
    Prof. Andrés Gatica: Coffee research at the University of Costa Rica
    21 Aug
    21. Aug. 2019 | 17:00 - 18:30
    PLANT SCIENCE COLLOQUIUM / GUEST SPEAKER
    Mareike Schallenberg-Rüdinger: Moving plant-type C-to-U RNA Editing into Escherichia coli
    17 Jul
    17. Jul. 2019 | 17:00 - 18:30
    PLANT SCIENCE COLLOQUIUM / GUEST SPEAKER
    Ingo Dreyer: Dynamics of nutrient exchange in mycorrhizal symbiosis
    10 Jul
    10. Jul. 2019 | 17:00 - 18:30
    PLANT SCIENCE COLLOQUIUM / GUEST SPEAKER
    Jakob Franke: Understanding Plant Specialised Metabolism
    26 Jun
    26. Jun. 2019 | 17:00 - 18:30
    Plant Science Colloquium / Guest Speaker
    Ilka Wittig: Turnover and regeneration of proteins within complexes
    14 Jun
    14. Jun. 2019 | 14:10 - 15:00
    PLANT SCIENCE COLLOQUIUM / GUEST SPEAKER
    Markus Elsner: Scientific Writing and Publishing - Perspectives from a Nature Biotech Editor
    14 Jun
    14. Jun. 2019 | 13:00 - 14:00
    Plant Science Colloquium / Guest Speaker
    Caixia Gao: Genome editing with programmable nucleases in crop plants
    20 Mai
    20. Mai. 2019 | 17:00 - 18:30
    PLANT SCIENCE COLLOQUIUM / GUEST SPEAKER
    Jeremy Murray: Gene networks in nodulation, from infection to N-fixation
    30 Jan
    30. Jan. 2019 | 17:00 - 18:30
    PLANT SCIENCE COLLOQUIUM / GUEST SPEAKER
    Matthias Ullrich: Comprehensive and systematic analysis of bioactivities in the genus Rhododendron

     

    2018

    05.12.2018
    Dr. Martin Weissenborn, Leibniz Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie, Halle
    Developing novel enzyme activities for the application in microproduction units

    28.11.2018
    Prof. Dr. Barbara Reinhold-Hurek, University of Bremen
    Plants wear their gut outside? Molecular endophyte-plant interactions

    21.11.2018
    Dr. Götz Hensel, IPK Gatersleben
    Using site-directed mutagenesis to manipulate beer quality and other cereal traits

    14.11.2018
    Gastwissenschaftlerinnen und Gastwissenschaftler der Naturwissenschaftlichen Fakultät tragen vor

    05.09.2018
    Prof. Dr. Oren Ostersetzer-Biran, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
    N6-adenosine methylation (m6A): an internal RNA-base modification that may affect gene expression programs in angiosperm mitochondria

    13.06.2018   
    Prof. Ralf Jacob, Philipps-Universität Marburg, Institut für Zellbiologie und Zytopathologie
    Gelectin-3 in epithelial cell logistics

    06.06.2018   
    Dr. Urte Schlüter, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, Biochemie der Pflanzen
    Adaptive steps on the evolutionary path to C4 photosynthesis

    23.05.2018   
    Veranstaltung zum Aufbau eines geplanten Innovationszentrums

    09.05.2018   
    PD Dr. Stephan Krüger, Universität zu Köln, Botanisches Institut
    Serine biosynthesis in plants

    28.03.2018
    Prof. M. Imdadul Hoque, Ph.D., Department of Botany, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
    Improvements of grain legumes through genetic transformation

    24.01.2018
    Prof. Joonho Park, Seoul Institute for Technology, Korea.
    The regulation of gene expression in the dimorphic chloroplasts of the single cell C4 plant, Bienertia sinuspersici

    17.01.2018
    Dr. Steffen Neumann, Leibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry, Halle
    From profiling to biochemical insights - Bioinformatics & Mass Spectrometry

    10.01.2018
    Prof. Dr. Dorothee Staiger, Molecular Cell Physiology, Universität Bielefeld
    Catch me if you can: Ribonomics in Arabidopsis

     

    2017

    20.12.2017
    Dr. Sebastian Zühlke, TU Dortmund
    Screening and visualization of secondary metabolites with mass spectrometric techniques

    06.12.2017
    Dr. Ljudmilla Borisjuk, IPK Gatersleben
    Re-awakening of life: a functional imaging study of germinating seed

    22.11.2017
    Prof. Dr. Egbert Boekema, Groningen University, Netherlands
    The sudden rise of high-resolution electron microscopy

    01.11.2017
    Dr. Olivier van Aken, Lund University, Sweden
    Mitochondrial and chloroplast stress responses are regulated by distinct touch- and organelle-dependent pathways

    28.06.2017
    Prof. Dr. Doris Vetterlein, Helmholtz Zentrum für Umweltforschung UFZ, Halle

    31.05.2017
    PD Dr. Rob Roelfsema (Julius-von-Sachs Institute for Biosciences, Würzburg University)
    Guard cell anion channels control stomatal movements

    17.05.2017
    Prof. Dr. Regine Hengge (Humboldt Universität, Berlin)
    Building a morphologically complex bacterial biofilm: spatial organization of global transcriptional control and c-di-GMP signaling in E. coli macrocolony biofilms

    03.05.2017
    Dr. Torsten Möhlmann (Technical University of Kaiserslautern)
    Synthesis of pyrimidine nucleotides in plants; pathway organization and regulatory aspects.

    12.04.2017
    Dr. Tsu-Wei Chen (INRA Montpellier)
    High-throughput phenotyping reveals genetic controls of light interception and light use efficiency in maize

    31.03.2017 (Sondertermin)
    Prof. Dr. Ian Max Møller (Aarhus University, Denmark)
    What can proteomics tell us about mitochondrial metabolism.

    25.01.2017
    Dr. Kenichi Tusuda, MPI für Züchtungsforschung Köln
    Phytohormone signaling networks in plant immunity

     

    2016

    21.12.2016
    Dr. Ilka Wittig, Goethe University Frankfurt, Functional Proteomics
    Composition and dynamics of mitochondrial complexes

    14.12.2016
    Prof. Dr. Florian Grundler, Uni Bonn 
    The unique long-term plant parasitism of cyst nematodes

    23.11.2016
    Dr. Nicole Linka, Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf, Plant Biochemistry
    In and out - Solute transport across the peroxisomal membrane

    16.11.2016
    Dr. Jochen Kumlehn, Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK) Gatersleben
    "Crop Editing"-Beitrag

    02.11.2016
    Prof. Dr. Marcus Horn
    Antrittsvorlesung: Earthworms - mobile modulators of soil microbial communities and functions

    19.10.2016
    Prof. Dr. Margarete Baier, Freie Universität Berlin, Institut für Biologie, Pflanzenpyhsiologie
    The chloroplast antioxidant system in stress protection

    15.06.2016
    Adrian Ho, Microbial Ecology, NIOO-KNAW, Wageningen, The Netherlands
    Methanotrophs in action

    01.06.2016
    Ljudmilla Borysyuk
    Vorstellung zur beabsichtigten Habilitation: Intrinsic functional architecture of the plant seed

    25.05.2016
    Dr. Michael Schloter, Helmholtz Zentrum München
    The second genome of barley - Drivers for microbial communities at the plant - soil interface

    18.05.2016
    Prof. Dr. P. Karlovsky, Universität Goettingen, Molecular Phytopathology and Mycotoxin Research.
    Toxic fungal metabolites: from food safety to chemical ecology

    11.05.2016
    Andreas Wachter, ZMBP, Allgemeine Genetik, Universität Tübingen
    Regulation and functions of mRNA processing in plant development and stress responses

    04.05.2016
    Miriam Laxa
    Vorstellung zur beabsichtigten Habilitation: Regulation of genes by intron-mediated enhancement

    20.04.2016
    Uwe Drüge
    Vorstellung zur beabsichtigten Habilitation:Involvement of auxin homeostasis and signalling and source-sink relationships in adventitious rooting of Petunia hybrida cuttings

    16.03.2016
    Dr. Richard Sharpe, Washington State University
    Genetic Effects of Conventional and Organic Fertilizer Treatments on Solanum lycopersicum

    09.03.2016
    Prof. Dr. Ahmed Debez, Laboratoire des Plantes Extremophiles, Tunesien
    Towards Halophyte domestication and utilisation as potential salt-tolerance plant models: Current knowledge and some future perspectives for Tunisia

    10.02.2016
    Dr. Chris Carrie, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
    Plant inner mitochondrial membrane insertion pathways

    13.01.2016
    Prof. Ludger Beerhues, Institut für Pharmazeutische Biologie, Technische Universität Braunschweig
    Biotechnology of active plant polyketide derivatives

     

    2015

    16.12.2015
    Prof. Christiane Dahl, Mikrobiologie, Universität Bonn
    Sulfur trafficking as a central element in bacterial sulfur-oxidizing pathways

    09.12.2015
    Dr. Kirsten Leiss, Plant Ecology and Phytochemistry, Institute of Biology, Leiden University
    An-eco-metabolomic approach to study host plant resistance

    02.12.2015
    Prof. Meike Burow, University of Copenhagen
    Biology and regulation of glucosinolate biosynthesis and activation in Arabidopsis

    02.12.2015
    Dr. Sylvain Legay, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology
    Molecular basis of apple fruit russeting.

    25.11.2015
    Dr. Markus Teige, Universität Wien
    Organellar calcium signalling - the chloroplast enters the stage

    18.11.2015
    Dr. Niels Christian Holm, LimnoSun GmbH, Hille
    A new kind of algal mass culture as main treatment step for small decentralized waste water treatment plants

    11.11.2015
    Prof. Jens Boch, Leibniz Universität Hannover
    Antrittsvorlesung: From pathogen to biotechnology

    08.07.2015
    Thomas Döring (HU Berlin)
    Visually guided host finding in pest insects: mechanisms and applications

    03.06.2015
    Daniela Floss (Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research, Ithaca, New York, USA)
    Regulation of arbuscule development: insights into formation and decay

    29.04.2015
    David Barker (Laboratory of Plant-Microbe Interactions, INRA-CNRS Toulouse, France)
    In vivo nuclear Ca2+ reporters as powerful tools to study endosymbiotic microbe-plant signalling

    21.01.2015    
    Prof. Dr. Jan Maarten van Dijl, Mikrobiologie, Universität Groningen (Niederlande)    
    The Tat pathway for protein transport in Gram-positive bacteria

    07.01.2015    
    Prof. Dr. Reinhard Hehl, Universität Braunschweig
    Integrating bioinformatics and experimental systems to identify novel regulators involved in plant-pathogen interaction

     

    2014

    10.12.2014    
    Prof. Matthias Müller, Institut für Biochemie und Molekularbiologie, Universität Freiburg
    Intramembrane Formation of a Translocase for Folded Proteins

    03.12.2014    
    Prof. Dr. R.B. Klösgen, Institut für Botanik, Universität Halle    
    Where to go and how to get in? Protein transport in plant cells

    05.11.2014    
    Dr. Sabrina Schlie Wolter, Laserzentrum Hannover
    Selective cell control and three-dimensional cell models for biomedical applications

    29.10.2014    
    Prof. Dr. Bernd Weißhaar, Universität Bielefeld    
    BGLU6, a single trait locus affecting flavonol accumulation in Arabidopsis thaliana natural variations

    22.10.2014    
    Prof. Dr. Wagner Luiz Araujo, Viçosa University, Brasil
    Identification of novel players involved in plant mitochondrial metabolism

    15.10.2014    
    Prof. Dr. Claus-Peter Witte
    Plant Nutrition LUH    Aspects of Nutrient Recycling in Plants (Inauguration lecture)

    16.07.2014
    Florian Grundler, Bonn, INRES, Molekulare Phytomedizin
    The unique long-term plant parasitism of cyst nematodes

    10.07.2014
    Dr. Janneke Balk, John Innes Centre, Norwic
    A smelly business: do mitochondria export persulfide

    25.06.2014
    Th. Debener, LUH,
    A long way to go: Analysis of disease resistance in horticultural crops

    18.06.2014
    Dr. H. Nelissen , VIB Gent.
    Groth dyn-omics: Studying the dynamics of molecular proecesses in the growth zone of the maize leaf

    04.06.2014
    Dr. D. Tholen, Universität für Bodenkultur, Wien.
    Title: TBA

    28.05.2014
    Prof. Dr. Ismail Cakmak, Sabanci University
    New discoveries in biofortification of cereal grains through foliar zinc fertilisation

    14.05.2014
    Dr. Jane Parker, MPI für Züchtungsforschung, Köln:
    Reprogramming of cells for defence in plant innate immunity

    16.04.2014
    Prof. Dr. Stefaan Werbrouck, Universiteit Gent
    Chimeras: living together as one plant

    29.01.2014
    Danny Geelen, Ghent University:
    Hormonal control of adventitious rooting in Arabidopsis

    15.01.2014
    Markus Schwarzländer, Institut für Nutzpflanzenwissenschaften und Ressourcenschutz (INRES):
    Dynamics of Energy Physiology in Plant Mitochondria

    08.01.2014
    Dr. Andrés Chavarría-Krauser, Universität Heidelberg:
    Understanding the mechanisms behind regulated nutrient uptake and transport in roots exemplified by zinc in Arabidopsis

     

    2013

    19. and 20.12.2013
    Symposium Molecular Plant Nutrition:
    A detailed program for six scientific talks is available here. Each scientific presentation lasts for 30 min. Please note that the Symposium takes place in room 007/4109.

    27.11.2013
    Prof. Dr. Ole Pedersen, Institute of Advanced Studies, The University of Western Australia:
    Leaf gas films on submerged terrestrial wetland plants – a feature contributing to flooding tolerance via enhanced underwater photosynthesis and internal aeration

    13.11.2013
    Prof. Dr. Renate Scheibe, Uni Osnabrück:
    The universal role of malate dehydrogenases for energy metabolism and redox homeostasis in plant cells'

    10.07.2013
    M. Wirtz (COS Heidelberg)
    The cysteine synthase complex  is the sensor and regulator of sulfur availability in higher plants

    26.06.2013
    Klaas J. van Wijk, Department of Plant Biology, Cornell University:
    Plastoglobules and their ABC1 Kinases Play a Central Role in Chloroplast Function and Adaptation

    19.06.2013
    Anaclet Ngezahayo, Cell Physiology and Cellular Mechanics, Institute for Biophysics, LUH
    Electrophysiological Analysis of Membrane Transporters: Connexin as an Example

    12.06.2013
    Karl-Josef Dietz, Institute for Plant Biochemistry and Biophysics, Bielefeld University
    The fundamental role of the thiol-disulfide redox regulatory network in stress acclimation

    05.06.2013
    Russel Cox, Institute for Organic Chemistry, LUH
    To be announced

    29.05.2013
    Klaus Pillen, Plant Breeding, Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg
    Mapping exotic genes to control agronomic traits in barley

    15.05.2013
    Kathy Steppe, Laboratory of Plant Ecology, University of Ghent
    Stress detection by a combination of plant measurements and mechanistic modelling

    24.04.2013
    Francesca Cappitelli, University of Milano
    Should I stay or should I go?: a biofilm story

    23.01.2013
    Prof. Dr. Frank Ordon, JKI, Quedlinburg
    Molecular breeding for resistance in cereals

    09.01.2013
    Prof. Dr. Niels Anten, Wageningen University
    Optimisation and game modelling with implications for crops and natural vegetation

    2012

    19.12.2012
    Dr. Thomas Doering, Organic research centre, Newbury, UK
    Colour preferences of aphids

    28.11.2012
    Prof. Dr. Brigitte Poppenberger, TU München
    Steroid hormones of plants- their roles, modes of action and potential for application

    21.11.2012
    Dr. Anna Amtmann, University of Glasgow
    Histone modifications: a role for somatic stress memory in plants?

    14.11.2012
    Dr. Rick Sharpe, Washington State University
    Next generation sequencing in plants

    07.11.2012
    Dr. Hardy Rolletschek
    Zur Physiologie der Pflanze unter Sauerstoffmangel (Antrittsvorlesung in deutsch)

    31.10.2012
    Prof. Dr. Martha Ludwig, University of Western Australia
    Carbonic anhydrases and the evolution of C4 plants

    24.10.2012
    Dr. Frank Colditz
    Rhizobien-Symbionten im Gewand eines Pathogens (Antrittsvorlesung in deutsch)

    18.07.2012
    Dr. Jürgen Prell, RWTH Aachen
    The PTSNtr system globally regulates ATP-dependent transporters in Rhizobium leguminosarum

    11.07.2012
    Prof. Dr. Georg Groth, Universität Düsseldorf
    Ethylene Sensing and Signaling in Plants

    04.07.2012
    Prof. Dr. Renate Horn, Universität Rostock
    Tree architecture: pillar growth type in peach

    27.06.2012
    Dr. M. Alkio, LUH, Institut für Biologische Produktionssysteme, Obstbau
    Molecular genetics of cuticle formation in sweet cherry fruit

    20.06.2012
    Dr. Siegfried Jahnke, Forschungszentrum Jülich
    Non-invasive methods for functional plant analyses

    13.06.2012
    Prof. Dr. Iwona Adamska, Universität Konstanz
    Light stress proteins in the chloroplast and their photoprotective functions

    06.06.2012
    Dr. Erik Limpens, Wageningen University, The Netherlands
    Signaling in the interaction between plants and rhizobia

    23.05.2012
    Dr. Juliana JaramilloI, CIPE, Nairobi, Kenia
    Coffee insects in a changing world

    16.05.2012
    Prof. Dr. Kürşad Turgay, LUH, Institut für Mikrobiologie
    The ClpCP AAA+ protease complex an important hub of regulatory and general proteolysis in Bacillus subtilis

    09.05.2012
    Dr. Jochem B. Evers, Wageningen University, The Netherlands
    Regulation of shoot branching by hormones and light-a functional structural plant modelling study

Kontakt

Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Hans-Peter Braun
Adresse
Herrenhäuser Straße 2
30419 Hannover
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Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Hans-Peter Braun
Adresse
Herrenhäuser Straße 2
30419 Hannover
Gebäude
Raum
003