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The KBC Days 2009 will take place on 16-17 November 2009

All members of the KBC-Departments are welcome to two days of communication, celebration and inspiration. We cordially invite our research partners and friends who like to learn more about our centre.

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Seminar - Daniel Pacurar: Digging for genes controlling adventitious root formation in Arabidopsis thaliana

Mon. 19 Jan, 2015 10:00
UPSC Seminar 
Postdoc Seminar


Speaker 
Daniel Pacurar

Title: Digging for genes controlling adventitious root formation in Arabidopsis thaliana

Host: Catherine Bellini
Place Lilla hörsalen

Cutting Edge Seminar - Chrisanto Gutierrez: A chromatin perspective of cell cycle and genome replication during Arabidopsis organogenesis

Mon. 30 Mar, 2015 10:00 - 11:00
UPSC Seminar Series 2015
Cutting Edge Seminar 

Speaker:
Chrisanto Gutierrez

Title:
A chromatin perspective of cell cycle and genome replication during Arabidopsis organogenesis

Host: László Bakó

Room: Lilla hörsalen KB3A9


Abstract:

A chromatin perspective of cell cycle and genome replication during Arabidopsis organogenesis
Crisanto Gutierrez
Centro de Biologia Molecular Severo Ochoa (CSIC-UAM)
 
The cell cycle is defined by a series of complex events, finely coordinated through hormonal, developmental and environmental signals, which occur in a unidirectional manner and end up in producing two daughter cells. Accumulating evidence reveals that chromatin is not a static entity throughout the cell cycle. In fact, there are many changes. It is possible to correlate the occurrence of several of these chromatin-related events with specific processes necessary for cell cycle progression. Therefore, an emerging view is that chromatin dynamics must be considered as an intrinsic part of cell cycle regulation. In this talk, I will briefly review the results supporting a chromatin perspective of the cell cycle. Also I will focus on events related to genome replication and cell division control in the meristems linked to chromatin dynamics.