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Siri Fjellheim
Principal Investigator
Botanist Geneticist Mentor Motivator Facilitator
Erica H. Leder
Researcher
Marian Schubert
Researcher
As an evolutionary biologist I am generally interested in the molecular evolution of adaptive traits. Currently I am studying how Pooideae grasses adapted to the conditions in temperate environments.
Ursula Brandes
PhD Candidate
I am studying the genetic and ecological aspects of an intra-continental plant invasion of Cytisus scoparius.
Camilla Lorange Lindberg
PhD Candidate
I study the evolution of cold acclimation and its role in the successful adaptation of the grass subfamily Pooideae. Did the grasses evolve the possibility to accumulate fructan as a response to cold?
Martin Paliocha
PhD Candidate

How, why, and when do complex physiological traits evolve in plants? I try to find answers to these questions by studying the evolution of photoperiod-mediated flowering in temperate grasses.

Darshan Anthony Young
MSc Student
Members of the CONSTANS gene family are key components in photoperiod-mediated flowering. In my MSc Project I will investigate the evolution of CONSTANS genes in Pooideae using a proteomic approach.
Sylvia Pal Stolsmo
MSc Student
sylvia.pal.stolsmo@nmbu.no
Ane Charlotte Hjertaas
BSc Student
ane.charlotte.hjertaas@nmbu.no
Rebekka Eriksen Ween
BSc Student
rebekka.eriksen.ween@nmbu.no