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Nutrient transport in insect-microbe symbiosis

All animals exist in symbiosis with a complex microbiome. The most intriguing, and intimate, form of symbiosis is endosymbiosis, where one partner, the microbe, exists inside cells of the other partner, the animal host. Read more

How does the metabolic status of the plant regulate embryo development and seed viability?

This project will discover how carbohydrate availability regulates embryo development and seed viability in Arabidopsis. Seed growth depends on the interplay between developmental/genetic programmes and carbohydrate supply from the maternal plant. Read more

CRISPR/Cas mediated chromosome engineering in Arabidopsis

  Research Group: Midlands Integrative Biosciences Training Partnership (MIBTP)
CRISPR/Cas has emerged as a flexible tool for genome editing in complex eukaryotes. It has been widely used for targeted mutagenesis and DNA repair as well more sophisticated approaches utilising the specificity of guide RNAs to target Cas9-tagged proteins. Read more

EASTBIO: Understanding how plant pathogen effector proteins contribute to host range and nonhost disease resistance

Crop diseases destroy more than 25 % of our food each year. Protecting crops with pesticides represents a considerable financial and environmental challenge. To develop new strategies to combat disease it is important to understand the molecular and cell biology of how microbial plant pathogens cause disease.  . Read more
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