- Key Applications of Plant Metabolic Engineering
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Key Applications of Plant Metabolic Engineering
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Plant Metabolic Engineering Conference GRC
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Scope of the project: The goal of this project is to engineer Saccharomyces cerevisiae for the sustainable production of high value and industrially relevant plant secondary metabolites, such as pigments natural colours , terpenes and plant hormones. Twitter Whatsapp Linkedin Email. The role of secondary metabolites in the interaction of plants and insects Metabolic engineering of pharmaceutical compounds in plants Source-sink relation in plants The mechanism and control of desiccation tolerance in seeds The molecular dissection of seed quality The mechanism and regulation of seed dormancy and germination Genetical genomics of plant stresses Subcellular transport of metabolites Investigating the role of stromules in scent monoterpene emission and hormone secretion by plants Subcellular transport of proteins The biophysical basis of seed longevity Molecular analysis of Castor bean germination and seedling establishment Functional characterization of ribosomal protein Metabolic engineering of yeast for the production of plant-derived secondary metabolites.