Department-Independent Research Groups
Max Planck Research Groups
These groups have been a key part of support of junior scientists for over 50 years at the MPG. The appointment of Group Leader positions is subject to a rigorous, centrally managed selection procedure.
Infrastructure Groups and Service Units
The group leaders of these groups provide support within their areas of expertise for other institute scientists while most of them simultaneously run their own research programmes.
Cooperative Research Groups
To tighten our links with German universities, we maintain joint projects with university research groups. Such cooperation allows an intense exchange of scientific information and expertise.
Emeriti of the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology
Recent Research Highlights
Journal Article (70)
Fernie, A. R. Ancestral Genome Reconstruction for Studies of the Green Lineage. Molecular Plant (2023). doi:10.1016/j.molp.2023.03.003&
Yang, L., Zhou, Y., Wang, S., Xu, Y., , , , & Kragler, F. Non-cell-autonomous HSC70.1 chaperone displays homeostatic feed-back regulation by binding its own mRNA. New Phytologist 237, 2404–2421 (2023).
Avidan, O., Moraes, T. A., Mengin, V., Feil, R., , Stitt, M. & Lunn, J. E. In vivo protein kinase activity of SnRK1 fluctuates in Arabidopsis rosettes during light-dark cycles. Plant Physiology (2023). doi:10.1093/plphys/kiad066
Fernie, A. R. & Biotechnological detoxification: an unchanging source–sink balance strategy for crop improvement. Trends in Plant Science 28, 135–138 (2023)., , , ,
Bente, H., & Köhler, C. Endosperm cellularization failure induces a dehydration stress response leading to embryo arrest. The Plant Cell 35, 874–888 (2023)., ,