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The ontogenetic control of leaf epinasty during abiotic stress in tomato KU Leuven
Plants suffer from all kinds of biotic and abiotic stress conditions, which are often regulated by the plant hormone ethylene. One of the most enigmatic abiotic stress responses is epinasty, which is the downwards bending of the leaves. Leaf epinasty is observed in many important crops including tomato, and is often the result of root hypoxia and/or salinity stress. Our preliminary results have showed that epinasty is developmentally ...
Regulation of root hair development by the plant hormone auxin through the receptor-like kinase ERULUS and modulation of cell wall enzyme activity. University of Antwerp
Creation of an Adverse Outcome Pathway (AOP) for Cd, Cu and Zn mixture toxicity on Arabidopsis roots. University of Antwerp
Aluminum toxicity in plants, understanding responses to aluminum in sensitive and tolerant rye genotypes University of Antwerp
BELAIR HESBANIA 2017 Hasselt University
Exploiting Next Generation Sequencing to identify key-players in Arabiodopsis thaliana hypocotyl expansion. University of Antwerp
Accelerating evolution: engineering invertase enzymes to enhance fructan metabolism in Musa spp. (banana) KU Leuven
The equatorial countries of sub-saharan Africa have the highest worldwide mortality rates, primarily caused by infectious disease. Those who are immunosuppressed, including children, the elderly and the sick, are particularly at risk. Improving sanitation, and boosting the immune system with vaccination or improved diet, have been key for continuing to combat this issue.
Short-chain low-digestible carbohydrates (LDCs), act as human ...