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Main objective of our lab is to investigate how plant hormone crosstalk provides plasticity to plant growth and development, and how plant hormones help to integrate and translate external cues into appropriate responses. To reach this goal we apply molecular, genetic, bioinformatics, as well as advanced transcriptomics and metabolomics approaches in order to obtain a comprehensive and elaborate picture of those interactions in selected developmental processes.

Students interested in our work and joining our team are highly welcomed. For further information, please visit our website and get into contact with us.

Great opportunity to start your own group: we are looking for a junior Research group leader on Eco-Evolutionary Modeling! https://www.academics.com/jobs/head-f-m-d-of-an-independent-junior-research-group-university-of-hohenheim-stuttgart-1047837#SPCoLCxIb2hlbmhlaW0=

First day as Full Professor 👨‍🔬 and it started raining like crazy 🌧️. I hope that this is not a sign... 🔮🤔
@La_UPM @CBGP_Madrid

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If you are interested in how auxin biosynthesis is linked with jasmonate signalling on the molecular level, please, read our recently published paper 🌱🧬🔬🙂

@CBGP_Madrid @La_UPM

https://www.mdpi.com/1264476 ##mdpiijms via @IJMS_MDPI

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