Grüne Biotechnologie

Erweiterte Suche



A novel class of herbal compounds saiginols with strong UV-B absorbing properties

Ref.-Nr.: 0402-4816-MG

Grüne Biotechnologie

UV-B radiation is a major damaging agent causing damage to plants, tissues and human or animal skin upon exposure. To persist strong UV-B radiation plants produce additional antioxidant sunscreen pigments that belong to the chemical compound family of phenylpropanoids. Since many conventional compounds with sunscreen protection potential do not enter the market due to toxic side effects or they bear the risk to become environmental pollutants when accumulating in natural resources, application ...

Carbon-neutral and carbon-positive photorespiration bypass routes supporting higher photosynthetic rate and yield

Ref.-Nr. 0402-5003-MG

Grüne Biotechnologie

Carbon fixation is arguably the most important biochemical processes on earth, supporting our biosphere by transforming inorganic carbon into organic matter and literally feeding all life forms. The reductive pentose phosphate cycle (rPP, also known as the Calvin–Benson–Bassham Cycle) is responsible for ≥95% of the carbon fixed in the biosphere. Although under a strong selective pressure for eons, this process displays major inefficiencies, some are due to the low catalytic rate and the ...

Leaf metabolites as markers for mycorrhizal colonization of plant roots

Ref.-Nr.: 1602-5392-LI

Grüne Biotechnologie

Screening the level of specific blumenols in plant leaves allows simple implementation in marker assisted breeding and high-throughput analysis.