SPP 1530: Flowering Time Control - from Natural Variation to Crop Improvement

Projects of PP 1530, Phase II

PP-1: Characterization of genes that contribute to the perennial flowering of Arabis alpina

PP-2: Mechanistic analysis of the transition from juvenility to maturity in perennial Arabis alpina and comparison with Brassica crop species

PP-6: Central data analysis platform for the PP1530 consortium

PP-9: Allele mining in wild barley: finding new exotic genes which control flowering time in the barley nested association mapping (NAM) population HEB-25

PP-10: Regulation of flowering time by Trehalose-6-Phosphate signaling

PP-11: Development and implementation of advanced methods for the identification of barley flowering time genes using next generation sequencing

PP-12: Temperature-dependent control of flowering by the gibberellin pathway and interactions between DELLA proteins and APETALA1/VRN1 MADS-box factors

PP-13: Flowering time, miRNA regulation and climatic adaptation - variation in Brassica napus idiotypes under drought stress

PP-14: The function of an autonomous pathway component in flowering time control in Arabidopsis and barley

PP-15: Determination of the relationship between allelic constitution and the flowering time phenotype in grapevine

PP-20: Genetic and molecular analysis of epistatic interactions in flowering time pathways identified in a barley multi-parent advanced generation intercross (MAGIC) population

PP-21: Metabolite regulation of cryptochrome activity and flowering time

PP-22: Unravelling a genetic network for bolting time regulation in Beta species to breed winter sugar beet

PP-23: StPCP1: an IDD transcription factor involved in sugar-induced flowering and tuberization in Solanum tuberosum

PP-24: Evolutionary trancriptomics of floral transition

PP-25: The function of cytokinin in regulating flowering time

PP-26: Quantitative effects of vernalization requirement, day length and temperature on flowering time of oilseed rape

Associated project: AlternApp - Genetic mechanisms underlying alternate cropping in apple (Malus x domestica)

Associated project: Timing of development: The role of SRR1 at the intersection between circadian timekeeping and flowering time control

Coordination of the DFG Priority Program 1530

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