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The Institute of Applied Genetics

The Applied Genetics belonging to the Institute of Biology of the Free University Berlin in Dahlem can look back on a history full of changes. The so-called old building was built in 1922/1923 to host the Institute of Heredity Research of the Royal Prussian Agricultural University. Read more...

New building of the institute
New building of the institute

Old building of the institute
Old building of the institute

Greenhouse
Greenhouse for Arabidopsis cultures

Lab
One of our laboratories

Dr. Sabrowski testing the new gene machine
Dr. Sabrowski testing the new "gene machine"

Aerial view of the institute
Aerial view of the institute

Our guest house ;-)
Our guest house 

View from the east
View from the east

Excursion to the brick stone museum in Mildenberg (2003)
Excursion to the brick stone museum in Mildenberg (2003)

Summer party 2003
Summer party 2003

News

New publication

A review article about a novel type of stress in plants caused by alteration of the photoperiod has been published in Trends in Plant Science.
September 2017

New publication

An article about the analysis of a cytokinin-responsive gene of Arabidopsis thaliana encoding a novel F-box protein regulating sterol biosynthesis has been published in Journal of Experimental Botany.
May 2017

New publication

A report about constitutively active mutants of the cytokinin receptors AHK2 und AHK3 and their impact on organ size, flowering time, and plant longevity has been published in Plant Physiology.
March 2017

New publication

An article about the role of the transcription factor ERF105 in freezing tolerance and cold acclimation has been published in Plant Cell and Environment.
January 2017
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