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Laboratory of Nematology

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Completed research

(the most recent research is at the top)
Collaboration GM Crop Impact Assessment on Soil Ecosystems by DNA Barcode-based Monitoring of Nematode Communities (ERGONema)
Collaboration Structure and stability of microbial populations and ecosystem processes in contaminated soils
Secretariat Iterative modeling of gene regulatory interactions underlying stress, disease and ageing in C. elegans.
Secretariat The establishment of invasive plant species in the European Mediterranean Basin: Life history traits and future trends in a climate change scenario
Secretariat Unravelling the molecular mechanisms underlying innate resistance toplant pathogens
Secretariat Construction and application of a multifunctional ultra-dense geneticmap of potato.
Secretariat Linking aboveground and belowground interactions: Placing individual interactions in a community context
Secretariat Climate change, plant invasion, soil micro organisms and nutrients.
Secretariat Stress-based expression profiling in nematodes.
Secretariat Simultaneous DNA barcode-based monitoring of bacterivorous nematodes and bacterial communities for ecological soil health assessment.
Secretariat Making plants resistant to plant parasitic nematodes: no access - nofeeding (acronym: NONEMA)
Secretariat Recombinant plant antibodies for preventive immunotherapy of poultry against coccidiosis (antibody technological aspects).
Secretariat Climate change, plant invasions and aboveground interactions.
Secretariat Climate change, plant invasions and above-below ground interactions.
Secretariat Development of multimode fluorescence correlation microscopy suitablefor high throughout screening and applications in plant signaltransduction research (biological aspects).
Secretariat Evolution of resistance in Solanum species against pathotypes in two cyst nematode species: an evolutionary 'arms race' or a 'trench warfare' .
Secretariat Interactions among endoparasitic root/feeding nematodes; consequences for nematodes and host plant.
Secretariat Unraveling interactions between soil biota, plants, and aboveground herbivores and antagonists.
Secretariat Recombinant plant antibodies for preventive immunotherapy of poultryagainst coccidiosis; Plant molecular biological aspects. i.s.m. WIAS
Secretariat Morphology and Systematics of the order Plectida
Secretariat Ecological Stability Analysis (ESA): towards a quantitative guide foruser oriented soil management and ecological soil quality assessment.
Secretariat Molecular and genetic studies of the basis of virulence/avirulence.
Secretariat Unraveling the mechanisms underlying nematode resistance mediated by the potato gene Gpa2
Secretariat A unique masterpiece of parasitism: mitogenic peptides and RanBPM -two antagonistic compounds in nematode secretions - redirect the cellcycle in plants to a feeding cell.
Secretariat Construction of a physical map in potato
Secretariat Evolutionary relationships in the phylum Nematoda
Secretariat The origin of the plant parasite nematode
Secretariat Developing a physical and functional map of potato: creating newsourcess for molecular markers to breed cultivars with multiple resistanceand quality traits: analysis of resistance gene homologies.
Secretariat A transcriptome-based approach to identify genes involved in cyst nematode induced feeding cells.
Secretariat Molecular and genetic analyses of potato cyst nematode resistance loci
Secretariat Effects on the structure, stability and functioning of the populations of soil organisms (project 1)
Secretariat Development of a molecular tool to type free-living and plant-parasitic nematode genera & the recovery of traints relevant to stress tolerance
Secretariat Ecology of plant parasitic nematodes, their host plants and antagonists in European coastal sand dunes: Training Opportunity for ecologists and agricultural biocontrol researchers (EcoTrain)
Secretariat A unique masterpiece of parasitism: mitogenic peptides and RanBPM-two antagonistic compounds in nematode secretions-redirect the cell cycle in plants to a feeding cell 'RanBPM-BMS'
Secretariat A unique masterpiece of parasitism: mitogenic peptides and RanBPM-two antagonistic compounds in nematode secretions-redirect the cell cycle in plants to feeding cell'mitogenic peptide-BMS'
Secretariat Insight inside: Signal transducing protein machines revealed by subcellular single molecule spectroscopy and imaging
Secretariat Development of a versatile protocol for ecotoxicological risk assessment at the population level: The missing link between single-species tests and higher level test systems
Secretariat Making plants resistant to plant parasitic nematodes: no access, no feeding
Secretariat Dissecting the signal-transduction pathway leading to syncytium formation by cyst nematodes: the role of auxin-induced ethylene biosynthesis
Secretariat Analysis of the role of phytohormones in the induction of nematode feeding cells
Secretariat Synthetic antigens for the standardization of tests in the immunodiagnosis and quantification of plant viruses.
Secretariat Linking Pollution-Induced Community Tolerance (PICT) to community structure in soil nematode assemblages and ecosystem resilence
Secretariat Recombinant plant monoclonal antibodies for preventive immunotherapy of poultry against coccidiosis
Secretariat Development of 'multimode' fluorescence correlation microscopy suitable for high throughput screening and applications in plant signal transduction research (biological aspects)
Secretariat Identification and characterization of genes underlying phenotypic plasticity in life-cycle traits in the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans
Secretariat Construction and application of a multifunctional ultra-dense genetic map of potato (resistance gene cloning by means of ultra high density of potato)

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