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Dr. Garcia i Molina, Antoni

Dr. Antoni Garcia i Molina

Postdoc

Activities

RESEARCH:
Characterisation of acclimation responses in Arabidopsis thaliana
TEACHING:
Bachelor & Master courses

Contact

LMU München
Department Biology I
Plant Sciences
Großhaderner Str. 2-4
D-82152 Planegg-Martinsried

Room: office: E01.017, lab: F01.015
Phone: +49 (0)89-2180-74554, 74563

Work group

AG Professor Leister

Activities

Research:
Characterisation of acclimation responses in Arabidopsis thaliana

Teaching:
Bachelor & Master Courses


Selected Publications:Publications (selected)

  • Garcia-Molina A, Altmann M, Alkofer A, Epple PM, Dangl JL, Falter-Braun P (2017) LSU network hubs integrate abiotic and biotic stress responses via interaction with the superoxide dismutase FSD2. J Exp Bot. (in press)
  • Garcia-Molina A, Xing S, Huijser P (2014) A conserved KIN17 curved DNA-binding domain protein assembles with SQUAMOSA PROMOTER-BINDING PROTEIN-LIKE7 to adapt Arabidopsis growth and development to limiting copper availability. Plant Physiol 164: 828-840.
  • Garcia-Molina A, Xing S, Huijser P (2014) Functional characterisation of Arabidopsis SPL7 conserved protein domains suggests novel regulatory mechanisms in the Cu deficiency response. BMC Plant Biol 14: 231
  • Perea-García A*, Garcia-Molina A*, Andrés-Colás N, Vera-Sirera F, Pérez-Amador MA, Puig S, Peñarrubia L (2013) Arabidopsis copper transport protein COPT2 participates in the cross talk between iron deficiency responses and low-phosphate signaling. Plant Physiol 162: 180-194. (*Both authors contributed equally)
  • Garcia-Molina A, Andrés-Colás N, Perea-García A, Del Valle-Tascón S, Peñarrubia L, Puig S (2011) The intracellular Arabidopsis COPT5 transport protein is required for photosynthetic electron transport under severe copper deficiency. Plant J 65: 848-860

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