User:Marcel Quint

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==research interests==
==research interests==
generally plant development and in particular:
generally plant development and in particular:
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* arabidopsis hormone signaling
 
* signal transduction
* signal transduction
* natural variation
* natural variation
* molecular evolution
* molecular evolution
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* plant physiology
==teaching==
==teaching==
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see [http://www.openwetware.org/wiki/Quint_Lab:Publications quint lab publications] and/or [http://www.researcherid.com/rid/J-8483-2012 researchID]
see [http://www.openwetware.org/wiki/Quint_Lab:Publications quint lab publications] and/or [http://www.researcherid.com/rid/J-8483-2012 researchID]
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==useful links==
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<html><a href="https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Marcel_Quint/?ev=hdr_xprf"><img src="http://ispac.ing.uniroma1.it/scarpiniti/_include/img/upload/profile_share_badge.png" border=0/></a>
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*[[OpenWetWare:Welcome|introductory tutorial]]
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<span id='badgeCont941912' style='width:126px'><script src='http://labs.researcherid.com/mashlets?el=badgeCont941912&mashlet=badge&showTitle=false&className=a&rid=J-8483-2012'></script></span>
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*[[Help|OpenWetWare help pages]]
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*[http://www.rotersternhalle.de/ roter stern]
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*for an extensive link collection see [http://openwetware.org/wiki/Quint_Lab:Back_Door here]
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my lab at the leibniz institute of plant biochemistry in halle, germany, studies hormone responses in the model plant arabidopsis thaliana and related brassicaceae. in addition, we have recently started to use transcriptomics as a tool for evolutionary studies in plant development.

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in real life i am very much interested in figuring out how to 'hands-free-noodle-feed' my son without getting completely tomato-sauced myself ...
in real life i am very much interested in figuring out how to 'hands-free-noodle-feed' my son without getting completely tomato-sauced myself ...
  • marcel quint
  • leibniz institute of plant biochemistry
  • dept of molecular signal processing
  • weinberg 03
  • 06120 halle
  • phone: +49-345-5582-1230
  • Email me through OpenWetWare or mquint AT ipb-halle DOT de

academic record

research interests

generally plant development and in particular:

  • signal transduction
  • natural variation
  • molecular evolution
  • plant physiology

teaching

i am teaching a number of genetics courses and labs → check this site for details

publications

see quint lab publications and/or researchID

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