SFB 592

Gliederung des SFB 592

Teilprojekt B08

Uni-Freiburg

 
Leiter:

Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Klaus Palme
Institut für Biologie II
Lehrstuhl für Botanik
Schänzlestr. 1
79104 Freiburg
Tel.: 0761 203-2954
Fax: 0761 203-2966
E-Mail: klaus.palme@biologie.uni-freiburg.de
Internet: www.biologie.uni-freiburg.de/Extern
 

Regulation of lateral root development in Arabidopsis thaliana

Root system development provides an exemplary model for understanding how plants regulate organogenesis throughout their lifetimes, and how the process of post-embryonic organogenesis is coordinated with environmental cues. In this project we build on our previous work on the role of auxin transport and signal transduction in root development to obtain insights into the signaling networks and mechanisms that operate in lateral root formation and development.

Regulation der Arabidopsis thaliana Seitenwurzelentwicklung

Wurzeln stellen ein exzellentes System zum Studium postembryonaler Organentwicklung dar, da sie sich während des gesamten Lebenszyklus einer Pflanze in Abhängigkeit von Umwelteinflüssen neu entwickeln. Aufbauend auf unseren Arbeiten zur Rolle von Auxin in der Primärwurzelentwicklung planen wir die Untersuchung der molekularen Netzwerke, die die Entwicklung des Seitenwurzelprimordiums in die funktionsfähige Seitenwurzel steuern.
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Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiter:

Cho, Young Jun
Dovzhenko, Alexander
Nziengui-Ikapi, Hugues John
Santos, Filipa

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Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Klaus Palme - Curriculum Vitae

Education

  • 1973-1977 Study of Chemistry and Biology at the Universities of Tübingen and Freiburg
  • 1977 Diploma Chemistry
  • 1977-1981 PhD in the Laboratory of Prof. R. Henning, Institute of Biochemistry, Faculty of medicine, University of Ulm/Do. (Dr. rer. nat.)

Professional experience

  • 1982-1983 Research Fellow at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in San Diego (USA)
  • 1984-1985 Research Fellow University of Cologne
  • 1986-1995 senior scientist and group leader, MPI for Plant Breeding (Cologne)
  • 1995-2001 Professor and Head of an Independent Research Group, Max-Delbrück-Laboratorium (Cologne)
  • 2000-2001 Full Professor for Plant Biotechnology at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (Umea, Sweden)
  • Since 2001 Professor, Institute of Biology II / Botany, University Freiburg
  • Since 2006 Speaker GRK 1305 (Signal systems in Plant Model Organisms)

Awards

  • 1974-1977 Scholarship, German National Merit Foundation (Cusanuswerk)
  • 1993 Academia Europaea (UK, elected fellow)
  • 1995 G-Prize (Intospace, Paris)
  • 2000 European Molecular Biology Organisation (EMBO, elected fellow)
  • 2002 Max-Planck-Research Award
  • 2006 DAGM Award
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Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Klaus Palme - List of ten selected publications:

  1. Teale, W.D., Paponov, I.A., Palme, K. (2006) Auxin in action: signaling, transport and the control of plant growth. Nature Rev. Mol. Cell. 7, 847-859.
  2. Blilou, I., Xu, J., Wildwater, M., Willemsen, V., Paponov, I., Friml, J., Heidstra, R., Aida, M., Palme, K., Scheres, B. (2005) The PIN auxin efflux facilitator network controls growth and patterning in Arabidopsis roots. Nature 433, 39-44.
  3. Paponov, I.A., Teale, W.D., Trebar, M., Blilou, I., Palme, K. (2005) The PIN auxin efflux facilitators: evolutionary and functional perspectives. Trends Plant Sci 10, 170-177.
  4. Ueda, M., Matsui, K., Ishiguro, S., Sano, R., Wada, T., Paponov, I., Palme, K., Okada, K. (2004) The HALTED ROOT gene encoding the 26S proteasome subunit RPT2a is essential for the maintenance of Arabidopsis meristems. Development 131, 2101-2111. 
  5. Friml, J., Yang, X., Michniewicz, M., Weijers, D., Quint, A., Tietz, O., Benjamins, R., Ouwerkerk, P.B., Ljung, K., Sandberg, G., Hooykaas, P.J., Palme, K., Offringa, R. (2004) A PINOID-dependent binary switch in apical-basal PIN polar targeting directs auxin efflux. Science 306, 862-865.
  6. Willemsen, V., Friml, J., Grebe, M., Van Den Toorn, A., Palme K., Scheres, B. (2003) Cell polarity and PIN protein positioning in Arabidopsis require Arabidopsis ORC/Sterol methyltransferase1 function. Plant Cell 15, 612-625.
  7. Ottenschlager, I., Wolff, P., Wolverton, C., Bhalerao, R.P., Sandberg, G., Ishikawa, H., Evans, M., Palme, K. (2003) Gravity-regulated differential auxin transport from columella to lateral root cap cells. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 100, 2987-2991.
  8. Schrader, J., Baba, K., May, S.T., Palme, K., Bennett, M., Bhalerao, R.P., Sandberg, G. (2003) Polar auxin transport in the wood-forming tissues of hybrid aspen is under simultaneous control of developmental and environmental signals. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 100, 10096-10101.
  9. Friml, J., Benkova, E., Blilou, I., Wisniewska, J., Hamann, T., Ljung, K., Woody, S., Sandberg, G., Scheres, B., Jurgens, G., Palme, K. (2002) AtPIN4 mediates sink-driven auxin gradients and root patterning in Arabidopsis. Cell 108, 661-673.
  10. Friml, J., Wisniewska, J., Benkova, E., Mendgen, K., Palme, K. (2002) Lateral relocation of auxin efflux regulator PIN3 mediates tropism in Arabidopsis. Nature 415, 806-809

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