The workshop will take place from September 17th to 20th in Black Forest.
...by the participants about their own research topics; there will be lots of time for interaction/discussion.
This workshop encompasses lectures on existing and emerging models, namely Physcomitrella, Marchantia, Anthoceros as well as charophytes and ferns. The lectures will introduce the organisms' life cycle, available methods and resources (e.g. genome, expression data). We will also introduce appropriate web tools to screen and analyze data (e.g. PLAZA, Phytozome, CoGe, TAPscan, BLAST, phylogeny). Expert lectures on cutting-edge topics, secluded venue and participant presentations ensure high knowledge gain and scientific exchange. The workshop will include hands-on experience with the organisms in question.
Support by these companies is gratefully acknowledged
Plantco.de e.V. (Freiburg/Marburg, Germany) as a joint action with the University of Marburg and iMOSS.