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Stress reactions of plant cells to biotic and abiotic stress

Here, we investigate the reactions of living cells to mechanical injury, to various biotic and abiotic chemicals, to heavy metals and to osmotic stress. The results shall improve our understanding of cell signalling, cell-to-cell communication and stress defense on the cellular level

Projects

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  • Eco-physiology of bryophytes in heavy-metal loaded environments
    Austrian Academy of Science (ÖAW) _ JESH (Joint Excellent in Science and Humanities); Marko Sabovljevic, collaboration Partner Ingeborg Lang (2017-2019)
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  • The Arsenic-Antimony-Creek in Sauerbrun/Burgenland: A Toxic Habitat for Amphibians
    Hochschuljubiläumsfond H-237754/2014; Marianne Koller-Peroutka & Wolfram Adlassnig (2015-2014)
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  • Heavy metals in Phragmites
    Hochschuljubiläumsfond HJST H-304158/2014; Wolfram Adlassnig (2015-2016)
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  • BIOREMediation of heavy metal contaminated sites in Peru and Nicaraguas
    ÖAD/OEZA; Irene Lichtscheidl (2011-2014)
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  • UMBRELLA:  “Using MicroBes for the REgulation of heavy metaL mobiLity at ecosystem and landscape scAle: an integrative approach for soil remediation by geobiological processes
    ENV.2008.3.1.2.1; Irene Lichtscheidl (2009-2012); "Recovery of degraded soil resources”. Coordinated by E. Kothe from Jena/Germany.
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  • Evaluation of heavy metal responses in Salix caprea for the improvement of phytoextraction strategies
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