Section for Transport Biology
Thorvaldsensvej 40, 1871 Frb. C, Building: T263
Structure-function relationship of symplasmic transport in plants using non-invasive Bioimaging to visualize and quantify plant cell communication across plasmodesmata. Development of methods to measure physiological parameters like pH and ions in single cell compartments. Analyzing favourable plant systems like grafted, parasitic and transformed plants with all relevant methods, including high resolution electron microscopy, reporter gene localization, cytochemistry, immunogold electron microscopy and immunofluorescence cytochemistry, confocal and 2-photon laser scanning microscopy, as well as super resolution microscopy (3D-SIM and Fluorescence Localisation Microscopy). Head of the Center for Advanced Bioimaging (CAB) Denmark, Partner of the DynaMo Center of Excellence”.