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Botany

Botany is the area of biology that studies the plant kingdom. Botany encompasses the growth, reproduction, metabolism, development, diseases, ecology and evolution of plants.

Believes in a change in GMO legislation
Believes in a change in GMO legislation

Stefan Jansson, professor of plant physiology, believes it's an ideal time to make legal changes.

Christmas trees can be green because of a photosynthetic short-cut
Christmas trees can be green because of a photosynthetic short-cut

A short-cut in the photosynthesis apparatus means that pine needles can survive the winter.

New chipping method leads to more efficient use of wood material
New chipping method leads to more efficient use of wood material

The first steps can be important to increase the yield from forest raw material, says Jessica Gard Timmerfors.

Cells work together preparing cell walls for water transport
Cells work together preparing cell walls for water transport

Bernadette Sztojka has identified three new regulators involved in this process.

Does it have to be “first come, first served” for roots and plants?
Research subject: Botany, Ecology
Duration 1 January 2020 until 31 December 2023
Type of project Research project
Are there glycosylated proteins in plastids?
Research subject: Biological sciences, Botany
Duration 22 January 2008 until 1 February 2009
Type of project Research project
The role of some of the extrinsic proteins in the oxygen evolution mechanism
Research subject: Biological sciences, Botany
Duration 22 January 2008 until 31 December 2009
Type of project Research project
Plant mitochondria and their role in metabolism
Research subject: Biological sciences, Botany
Duration 1 January 2006 until 31 December 2008
Type of project Research project