Eva Facher

Eva Facher
Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich | LMU · Department of Biology I

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Plants often adapt to adverse conditions via differential growth, whereby limited resources are discriminately allocated to optimize the growth of one organ at the expense of another. Little is known about the decision-making processes that underly differential growth. In this study, we developed a screen to identify decision making mutants by depl...
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Plants often adapt to adverse conditions via differential growth, whereby limited resources are discriminately allocated to optimize the growth of one organ at the expense of another. Little is known about the decision-making processes that underly differential growth. In this study, we developed a screen to identify decision making mutants by depl...
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Character evolution in calcareous dinophytes and their relatives is poorly understood at present, particularly regarding the transformations of the epitheca. The precise taxonomic identity of Chimonodinium lomnickii var. (≡ Peridinium) wierzejskii is unclear, but two different arrangements of the epithecal plate pattern have been reported. We studi...
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The trans-Golgi-network (TGN) has essential housekeeping functions in secretion, endocytosis and protein sorting, but also more specialized functions in plant development. How the robustness of basal TGN function is ensured while specialized functions are differentially regulated is poorly understood. Here, we investigate two key regulators of TGN...
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Cytokinesis, the partitioning of the cytoplasm following nuclear division, requires extensive coordination between cell cycle cues, membrane trafficking and microtubule dynamics. Plant cytokinesis occurs within a transient membrane compartment known as the cell plate, to which vesicles are delivered by a plant-specific microtubule array, the phragm...
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Cytokinesis, the partitioning of the cytoplasm following nuclear division, requires extensive coordination between membrane trafficking and cytoskeletal dynamics. In plants, the onset of cytokinesis is characterized by the assembly of a bipolar microtubule array, the phragmoplast, and of a transient membrane compartment, the cell plate. Little is k...
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Plant cytokinesis is initiated in a transient membrane compartment, the cell plate, and completed by a process of maturation during which the cell plate becomes a cross wall. How the transition from juvenile to adult stages occurs is poorly understood. In this study, we monitor the Arabidopsis transport protein particle II (TRAPPII) and exocyst tet...
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Langzeiteffekte von Umwelteinflüssen dokumentieren sich in den Ablagerungen von Ozeanen, Seen, Mooren, Grundwasser, in terrestrischen Ökosystemen, wie z. B. Böden, aber auch im Eis der Polarregionen. In der Paläolimnologie verwendet man physikalische, chemische und biologische Informationen aus dem Sediment, um die früheren Umweltbedingungen eines...
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The diversity of extant calcareous dinophytes (Thoracosphaeraceae, Dinophyceae) is currently not sufficiently recorded. The majority of their coccoid stages are cryptotabulate or entirely atabulate, whereas relatively few forms exhibit at least some degree of tabulation more than the archeopyle. A survey of coastal surface sediment samples from the...
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The species concept is challenged for the unicellular dinophytes, exhibiting both high intraspecific variability (in terms of morphology) and cryptic speciation (as inferred from molecular data). As one of the most abundant species assigned to calcareous dinophytes (Thoracosphaeraceae, Dinophyceae), Scrippsiella trochoidea is cosmopolitan in distri...
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Tillich, H.-J., Tuckett, R. & Facher, E.: Do Hydatellaceae belong to the monocotyledons or basal angiosperms? Evidence from seedling morphology. – Willdenowia 37: 399-406. – ISSN 0511 9618; © 2007 BGBM Berlin-Dahlem. doi:10.3372/wi.37201 (available via http://dx.doi.org/) Seedlings of Hydatellaceae are described for the first time. The seedlings of...
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Cutaneous chlorellosis in a gazelle caused a chronic granulomatous inflammation in the subcutaneous tissue of the carpus. The diagnosis was based on the intense green color of the lesion and the presence of organisms identified as algae of the order Chlorellales. According to morphologic and ultrastructural features, the genus Bracteacoccus is most...
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The surface sediments of 50 Central European low to high mountain, acid-sensitive lakes were examined for chrysophycean stomatocysts. One hundred and twenty sic siliceous stomatocyst morphotypes were differentiated by using scanning electron microscope (SEM), counted and illustrated (light microscopy and SEM). Canonical Correspondence Analysis (CCA...

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