Fachgebiet Pflanzenphysiologie

Vorlesung Pflanzenphysiologie / Phytopathologie (Wintersemester)

Die Vorlesung findet in Präsenz statt, zur Unterstützung finden Sie die Aufzeichnung des letzten Jahres auf OLAT.


Mittwoch 08:00 - 09:30, Room 24-102

Donnerstag 12:45 - 14:15, Room 24-102

Freitag 11:45 - 12:30, Room 24-102

B.Sc. Biology, M.Ed. Biology,  B.Sc. Biophysics


Vorlesungsunterlagen (Teil Neuhaus):

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Aufzeichnung der Vorlesung 2020/21 auf OLAT 


Tutorium zur Vorlesung Pflanzenphysiologie / Phytopathologie (Wintersemester)


Das Tutorium findet Freitags zur Vorlesungszeit statt. 

Der Link mit den Zoom-Daten wird an die Teilnehmer des Praktikums "Pflanzenphysiologie/Phytopathologie" per Email verschickt, weitere Teilnehmer schicken bitte eine email an cjung(at)rhrk.uni-kl.de.

Zusammenfassung der Vorlesungen 8-12

Zusammenfassung der Vorlesungen 13-16

Zusammenfassung der Vorlesungen 17-20

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Zusammenfassung der Vorlesungen 25-28

Lecture Plant Biotechnology (Summer term)

For the password, please, mail cjung(at)rhrk.uni-kl.de or open the file "General Information about Lecture, Reading Course and Exams"

In case of problems, Ekkehard Neuhaus can be contacted by telephone (0631 205 2372) or by email (neuhaus(at)rhrk.uni-kl.de).

The powerpoints of the lecture are on Seafile.

General Information about Lecture, Reading Course and Exams 


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Reading Course Plant Biotechnology (Summer term)

This reading course comprises nine topics related to plant physiology and aims to connect the lecture to basic scientific literature, which you will more and more encounter as you progress further through your curriculum. After reading and integrating your knowledge from the lecture you should be able to answer the questions attached to each topic. Some of these questions are meant more like thought-provoking impulses, so don’t hesitate to hypothesize and think around the box. Please sent brief and concise answers to these questions to pflaphys@rhrk.uni-kl.de until 5 pm of the date indicated in the schedule below. Some courses have an extra intro with additional knowledge provided.


Topics and schedule of Reading Course

1 - Anthocyanin /Blood oranges 
Butelli et al., Plant Cell (2012)
Functional Food, novel food products with better health properties
Questions 1

2 - Golden Rice
Potrykus, Ann. Rev. Plant Biol. (2015)
Questions 2

3 - Cytokinin 
Durán-Medina et al., Front Plant Sci. (2017)
Questions 3  

4 - SWEET sugar transporters
Eom et al., Curr. Opin. Plant Biol. (2015)
Introduction and background to papers 4-6
Questions 4

5 - Potato tuberization and regulation of SWEETs
Questions 5

6 - Sugar transport and plant pathogens
Literature 6
Questions 6

7 - Starch degradation for drought tolerance 
Literature 7
Questions 7

8 – Phosphate 
Intro phosphate
Literature 8
Questions 8

9 – Plant nutrition 
Intro Plant nutrition
Literature 9
Questions 9


Instructions for independent scientific work - Plant Physiology (Seminar)

BIO-PPH-07-S-4 (Winter Term)

BIO-PPH-07-S-4 (Summer Term)

B.Sc. Biology

Group meeting Plant Physiology (Colloquium)


Monday 08:30 - 10:00, Room: 22-147


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