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Department of Forest Genetics and Plant Physiology


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Unify breeding at SLU

Unify breeding at SLU katja.fedrowitz@slu.se A one day kick-off workshop for everyone working with breeding at SLU. The aim is to strengthen the internal network as well as to get some inspiring

Dissertation Anne Bünder

The biology and properties of wood for nanocellulose production charlotta.bergstrom@slu.se Anne Bünder defends her thesis "The biology and properties of wood for nanocellulose production" on

Johan Westin

More than 30 years experience of forest research at Skogforsk, Tree breeder, deputy program manager and station manager. PhD in Plant physiology 2000 in the area between tree physiology and

Flowering genes regulate seasonal growth in young aspen trees

Why are flowering genes important for non-flowering young aspen trees? PhD student Domenique André started to work in Ove Nilsson’s group because she was interested in flowering, but the research led

Dissertation Domenique André

Molecular regulation of the annual growth cycle in Populus trees charlotta.bergstrom@slu.se Domenique André defends her thesis "Molecular regulation of the annual growth cycle in Polpulus trees" on

Kristoffer Jonsson receives the SPPS Best PhD Thesis Prize

The Scandinavian Plant Physiology Society (SPPS) announced this week that Kristoffer Jonsson from Rishikesh Bhalerao’s group at UPSC is one of the two awardees that receive the SPPS Best PhD Thesis

Two UPSC postdocs are awarded with a prestigious Indian fellowship

The Ramalingaswami Fellowship is very prestigious in India. Only 75 Indian Nationals working in a broad range of fields within science and technology are awarded with this fellowship. Vikash Kumar,

Bodil Häggström

My PhD project is about boreal forest regeneration and how we can adapt regeneration phase practices to local environment. My academic background is within earth science and I have worked as

Virtual UPSC Cutting-Edge Seminar with Yvon Jaillais and Lise Noack

Virtual UPSC Cutting-Edge Seminar with Yvon Jaillais and Lise Noack anne.honsel@slu.se The UPSC Cutting-Edge seminar series goes online.   Yvon Jaillais and Lise Noack (PhD student in Yvon's group

Virtual UPSC Cutting-Edge Seminar with the Anthony Hall group

Virtual UPSC Cutting-Edge Seminar with the Anthony Hall group anne.honsel@slu.se The UPSC Cutting-Edge seminar series goes online.   10:00 – 10:35 Anthony Hall Professor, Earlham Institute,

Dissertation Jenny Lundströmer

Adaptation of Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) to current and future climatic conditions charlotta.bergstrom@slu.se Jenny Lundströmer defends her theis "Adaptation of Norway spruce (Picea

Dissertation Pieter Nibbering

The role and synthesis of ß1,3 galactans in plant cell wall formation charlotta.bergstrom@slu.se Pieter Nibbering defends his thesis "The role and synthesis of ß1,3 galactans in plant cell wall

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