Research in our group is focused on the transport and sensing of nutrients, on genotypic factors determining nutrient efficiency in plants, and stress adaptions of primary metabolism. We combine molecular and metabolic approaches to investigate morphological and physiological responses of plants to abiotic stress situations and aim at identifying key processes and underlying genes crucial for nutrient acquisition and the maintenance of metabolism.
In frame of the EU-funded joint research project "CATCH-BNI" ("Improved nitrogen use efficiency in agriculture by catch crops as producers of biological nitrification inhibitors"), the release of biological nitrification inhibitors by catch crops and their influence on nitrogen efficiency of spring wheat in a field experiment will be investigated.
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