„TriticeaeGenome“ project from the Seventh Framework Programme

Our team accomplishments in „TriticeaeGenome“ project from the Seventh Framework Programme

Genetics of climate adaptation in model plants and forage grasses

WORKPLACE SEMINAR with Prof. Odd Arne Rognli - Genetics of climate adaptation in model plants and forage grasses – diversity and evolution, molecular ecology and genomics

New publications: Next-generation sequencing and syntenic integration of flow-sorted arms of wheat chromosome 4A

New publications: Next-generation sequencing and syntenic integration of flow-sorted arms of wheat chromosome 4A exposes the chromosome structure and gene content and Sequence Composition and Gene Content of the Short Arm of Rye (Secale cereale) Chromosome 1

BAC Resources for the A genome of Bread Wheat are Complete!

The construction of a full set of chromosome-specific BAC libraries for the A genome of bread wheat was completed in December 2011

Dr. István Molnár - Characterisation of Aegilops species using physiological, molecular genetic and cytogenetic methods

7th December 2011 visited our laboratory István Molnár of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. He had a seminar on the topic of Genome analysis of Aegilops sp. and the use of their genetic potential in the wheat prebreeding programmes.

This week, our laboratory published already three publications

Pleased to inform you that this week (21-26.11 2011) we managed to publish three new publications. Thank you very much to all who participated in them.

Visit shell construction of the new institute

Our laboratory staff visited shell construction of a new building of the Institute of Experimental Botany

Laboratory Open Days in 2011

We invite you to attend our Laboratory Open Days...

British Scientists Cracked Wheat’s Genetic Code – False or Truth?

On 27 August 2010, Associated Press published a story entitled “Scientists: We've cracked wheat's genetic code” reporting that a British team has “decoded the genetic sequence of wheat”. Has the wheat genome really been resolved? Here is the position of the International Wheat Genome Sequencing Consortium: Significant Work Still Needed to Really Crack Wheat’s Genetic Code ...

Mini-symposium "Plants and the Evolution of their Genomes"

Department of Systematic and Evolutionary Botany at the University of Vienna held meeting on the occasion of the retirement of Professor Johann Greilhuber.
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