The Durham Centre for Crop Improvement Technology (DCCIT) brings together researchers from a variety of disciplines.
SFR8 plant (Dr Heather Knight)
Cotton ball (from Professor Keith Lindsey)
TCS root (from Professor Keith Lindsey)
Flax (from Dr Adrian Brennan)
Vasculature (from Dr Peter Etchells)
Chromatin (from Dr Miguel de Lucas)
Calcium (from Professor Marc Knight)
Hormones (from Dr Junli Liu)
Septoria (from Professor Ari Sadanandom)
Understanding signalling mechanisms regulating the root meristem (Professor Keith Lindsey)
Understanding the genetic basis of flower form variation in the genus Linum (flax/linseed) (Dr Adrian Brennan)
Manipulating vascular development to increase plant productivity (Dr Peter Etchells)
Unraveling chromatin dynamics during development (Dr Miguel de Lucas)
The role of calcium in plant gene expression (Professor Marc Knight)
Systems biology approach to understanding hormonal crosstalk in Arabidopsis (Dr Junli Liu)
Understanding the interaction between septoria and wheat using fluorescent markers (Professor Ari Sadanandom)
Durham Centre for Crop Improvement Technology is one of the country’s leading centres for crop research, with a long-standing internationally recognised record of research excellence.
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Durham Centre for Crop Improvement Technology
Department of Biosciences