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About Burkhard Schulz

Burkhard Schulz is Assistant Professor of Plant Biochemical and Molecular Genetics in the Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana.


Research Interests

Burkhard Schulz's laboratory is currently working on the investigation of plant immunophilins and their biological impact for plant development and plant architecture.



TEACHING PLANT BIOLOGY

Burkhard Schulz's interest in teaching is in the field of plant physiology and plant growth and development. He is interested in developing novel teaching approaches and tools including digital media and mixed reality spaces. More information can be found at [1]. His work with digital video for teaching and outreach resulted in winning the first prize in the Educational Booth contest at the ASPB Plant Biology2008 meeting in Merida, Mexico. He also won together with his students a first prize in ASPB's Chlorofilms Plant Science Video competition 2009 [2] with the video "Are my soybeans wearing different genes?" [3]and a prize in the honorable mention category in the same competition with the video "Pigment" [4].

As a technical instruction how to use a pressure bomb the video "Pressure bomb" [5] was produced during the preparation of the HORT301 Plant Physiology course [6]. This video was awarded the Individual Finalist Award of the TheScientist 2009 Video Awards [7]. You can watch the winning entry here at Scivee.tv [8].

Publications

2000 to 2011

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    [Hartwig-PlosONE-2012]

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1990 to 1999

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  7. , N.R., Wu, Y., Schulz, B., Bennett, M.J., and Feldmann, K.A. (1992) T-DNA insertion mutagenesis in Arabidopsis: prospects and perspectives. Austral. J. Plant Phys. 19, 353-366

    [Forsthoefel]

  8. , E., Lewald, J., Saedler, H., Schulz, B., and Wisman, E. (1998) Successful PCR-based reverse genetic screens using an En-1 mutagenised Arabidopsis thaliana population generated via single-seed descent. Theor Appl Genet 97, 729-734

    [Baumann]

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Book chapters

  1. Schulz, B. (2002) From the workshop of the Molecular Biologist: Functional genomics research in plants (in German) Aus der Werkstatt des Molekulargenetikers: Funktionelle Genomuntersuchungen in Pflanzen. E. Beck (ed.) Faszination Lebenswissenschaften. Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, pp 31-40
  2. Schulz, B., Bennett, M.J., Dilkes, B.P., and Feldmann, K.A. (1995) T-DNA tagging in Arabidopsis thaliana: cloning by gene disruption, Plant Molecular Biology Manual (Gelvin, S.B., Schilperoort, R.A., Verma, D.P.S., eds.), Kluwer academic publishers, Dordrecht, NL, K1-K1
  3. Frommer, W.B., Kühn, C., Hirner, B., Harms, K., Martin, T., Riesmeier, J.W. and Schulz, B. (1996) Sugar transport in higher plants. In: Membranes: Specialized Functions in Plants. (Smallwood M., Knox J.P. & Bowles D.J., eds.) bIOS Sci. Publ., Oxford, 319-335
  4. Frommer, W.-B., Riesmeier, J. W., Kwart, M.,Hirner, B., Kühn, C., Martin, T., Hummel, S., Fischer, W. N., Harms, K., Wöhner, R.-V., Schulz, B. and Willmitzer, L. (1993) Sugar transport in higher plants, IBC Satellite Meeting, "Transport and role of organic carbon/nitrogen in higher plants", (Chino, T. und Lucas W. J., eds.), Atami, Japan, 1-7
  5. Prillinger, H. J., Altenbuchner, J., Schulz, B., Dörfler, C., Forst, T., Laaser, G. and Stahl, U. (1989) Ustilago maydis isolated from homobasidiomycetes. Proceedings Applied Plant Molecular Biology, (Braunschweig Symposium Nov. 1988), pp. 408-425, Technische Universität Braunschweig
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