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The Section Plant Physiology and Molecular Biology is the independent network for plant physiology and molecular biology in the genomic age. Being a non-profit organisation the largest experts' group within the Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft (German Society for Plant Sciences) unites all generations of scientists, furthers research and higher education according to its statutes und supports young researchers. It represents its approximately 200 members in the scientific community, in the public and in politics. Every year it organizes the well-known Conference Molecular Biology of Plants. At this event and via its job mailing list it brings together young scientists and renowned experts.

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Conference 2017

30th Conference Molecular Biology of Plants in Dabringhausen

Welcome to the conference website

The Conference of the Section Plant Physiology and Molecular Biology of the DBG will take place from

February 21 to 24, 2017

and will be organized from Professor Andreas Weber (Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf), Prof. Dr. Jutta Ludwig-Müller (Technische Universität Dresden) and Professorin Dr. Dorothee Staiger (Universität Bielefeld).

Do not hesitate to contact the conference office if you have any questions. Maybe some of the answers are already provided in the FAQ (frequently asked questions).


Speakers of the Section

Please feel free to contact the speakers if you have any questions about the Section Plant Physiology and Molecular Biology in the DBG.


Professor Dr. Andreas Weber
Institut für Biochemie der Pflanzen
Universitätsstraße 1
40225 Düsseldorf
Tel: ++49-(0)211 / 81-12347
E-Mail: andreas.weber[at]uni-duesseldorf.de
Internet: http://www.plant-biochemistry.hhu.de/

Vice Chairperson

Prof. Dr. Stefan A. Rensing,
Plant Cell Biology
University of Marburg
Phone: +49 (0)642128-21940
e-mail: stefan.rensing[at]biologie.uni-marburg.de
Web: http://www.plantco.de

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Members of the Section Plant Physiology and Molecular Biology support the aims and objectives of our section. The more members we have the more powerful we are able to advocate the concerns of plant physiologists and plant molecular biologists in the scientific community, in the public and in politics.

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