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Thellungiella
Thellungiella
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Bohnert Lab Main Page







Bohnert Laboratories






Welcome to the Bohnert Lab homepage. We study the Molecular Physiology & Engineering of Plant Stress Tolerance. Here are questions which we would like to answer.

Why can most plants not survive when exposed to severe abiotic stresses? How can we enable plants to live in a more stressful environment?


Our findings on these subjects can be found in the Research sections of this page. People contains information on people who work in the lab, including those currently working, former members of the lab, and former students. Colleagues are the scientists who are working or have been working with us, sharing information and working on similar projects. If you are in one of Dr. Bohnert’s classes, then Courses may be of some interest to you, containing curriculum information and additional tidbits. Links are our links to other pages that might be of interest to anyone who may visit here. The Thellungiella page outlines work (and importance) of an extremophile arabidopsis relative. Finally, Publications list and provide in many cases, reprints of publications by the lab.












V-SAGE web script
Virtual SAGE script
Microarray Information
Microarray Information
Growing Putative Mutants
Arabidopsis Mutants
Sample Gene Network
Gene Networks

Funding

Funding in the lab has included NSF, USDA, DOE, Rockefeller Foundation, NEDO/RITE, Max-Kade-Foundation, Carnegie-Mellon Foundation, NATO, German Research Concil (DFG), the Worldbank and UNDP.







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  Contact Information:
192 ERML
1201 W. Gregory Drive
Plant Biology / Crop Sciences Departments
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Urbana, IL 61801, USA
Tel: 217-265-5475
E-Mail: bohnerth@life.uiuc.edu
 
   

Page last updated:
8 October 2007