The research group Plant Biology focuses on evolutionary processes, distribution of plant populations in space and time and interaction between plants and between plants and the environment. We study evolutionary processes and conservation biology as well as molecular plant biology. We are united through our interest in plants.
We study the plants systems for control of growth, development, transport and metabolism, and their responses against environmental stresses, both abiotic and biotic. By analyzing and classifying the plants we try to explain their evolutionary relationship.
Our research is basic research as well as working with current problems within nature conservation and environmental control. Our methods are many; from field studies and experiments to molecular investigations and chemical analysis. Some of the questions we try to answer is which historical vegetation factors have determined todays biodiversity and how biological treatment can make plants defense against deceases stronger and increase their growth.
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Allan G. Rasmusson
, Mengshu Hao
& Ian Max Møller
, Methods in Molecular Biology. Humana Press
, p. 51-62 12 p.
(Methods in Molecular Biology; vol. 2363).
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Book chapter