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  dwarf alleles in rice and barley. [ read]
  dwarf alleles in rice and barley. [ read]
'''Announcement. 28 Aug 2013'''
Deadline for abstract submission to [ special issue on polyamines in Frontiers] approaching (30 Sept)
Rubén Alcázar and Antonio F. Tiburcio, Guest Editors
'''News. 24 July 2013'''
Rubén Alcázar editor of Advances in Botany [ Editorial Board] <br>

Revision as of 07:28, 30 September 2013

Dept. Biology, Healthcare & Environment
Section of Plant Physiology
Facultat de Farmàcia, Av. Joan XXIII 27-31
08028 Barcelona, Spain


Plant-Environment Interactions

Rubén Alcázar Laboratory, University of Barcelona

We're interested in genetics of natural variation, population genetics and molecular biology. We want to know how climate change is shaping plant's resistance and tolerance traits under a combined multidisciplinary approach. Our lab undertakes a research approach that looks for the genetic and molecular basis of naturally occurring quantitative variation in biotic and abiotic stress responses, and how these interact with the environment (genotype-by-environment interactions). This multidisciplinary approach will allow a better understanding of the natural evolution of stress pathways in plants and efficient know-how transfer in practical applications.

For a more detailed view of our research, please have a look at our Research Projects and Scientific Publications sections. For general public information have a look at +info. Our university academic activities are summarized in Teaching activities.

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News, 01 Sept 2013
Selection for green revolution alelles in nature, published:

Barboza L, Effgen S, Alonso-Blanco C, Kooke R, Keurentjes J, Koornneef M and Alcázar R. 
Arabidopsis semi-dwarfs evolved from independent mutations in GA20ox1,orthologue to green revolution 
dwarf alleles in rice and barley. read

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