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Pimp your Brain!

In the video series "Pimp your brain!" scientists explain techniques they use in the labs and what simple but genius ideas are hiding behind complicated science terms.

Pimp your brain!

In the video series "Pimp your brain!" scientists explain techniques they use in the labs and what simple but genius ideas are hiding behind complicated science terms.

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Protein reveals oxygen availability to plants

October 23, 2011
Life span of RAP2.12 increases under hypoxia [more]
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The metabolism of maize obeys parasitic proteins

October 05, 2011
Fungi can alter the plant’s metabolism and thereby inhibit their defense reactions [more]
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Enzymes for cell wall synthesis conserved across species barriers

July 14, 2011
Many plants use similar genes to build their cell walls [more]
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A lack of structure facilitates protein synthesis

June 28, 2011
Easily accessible starting point on messenger RNA increases protein formation [more]
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CSI at the service of cellulose synthesis

July 19, 2010
Plant researchers identify a protein involved in the formation of cellulose [more]
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Genes under control

March 24, 2010
Max Planck scientists develop gene switch for chloroplasts in plant cells [more]
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Tastier Tomatoes in the Future?

March 24, 2006
German-Israeli research team discovers DNA fragments in wild tomatoes which could allow the development of better cultured tomatoes [more]
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A New Hope for Heavy Metal Contaminated Soils

December 04, 2003
First global gene expression analysis elucidates the molecular inventory of naturally selected plant heavy metal hyperaccumulation and tolerance [more]
 
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