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Spectral extension in photosynthesis: molecular mechanism of photosynthesis driven by red-shifted chlorophylls

Novel pigments and new directions in photosynthesis: past, now and future. There are five different forms of chlorophylls, Chl a, Chl b, Chl c, Chl d and Chl f. Chlorophyll a i more...

Supervisor(s): Chen, Min (Professor)

The substitution and formation of red-shifted chlorophylls

Novel pigments and new directions in photosynthesis: past, now and future more...

Supervisor(s): Chen, Min (Professor)

Evolutionary relationships of aerobic and anaerobic metabolic reactions

The generation of oxygen in the earth’s atmosphere by oxygenic photosynthesis was the most important environmental event to affect both biology and geology. Accumulation of mo more...

Supervisor(s): Chen, Min (Professor)

Molecular mechanism of photo-regulation in cyanobacteria

Red-light perception and red-shifted chlorophylls: evolutionary consequences. The importance of red light is highlighted by the diversity of photoreceptors and the potential enhance more...

Supervisor(s): Chen, Min (Professor)

Do plants, bacteria or fungi win in competition for nitrogen?

Are plants, bacteria or fungi the strongest competitors for N? more...

Supervisor(s): Warren, Charles (Associate Professor)

How do Australian plants cope with phosphorus deficiency?

Determine how Australian native plants can cope with phosphorus deficiency more...

Supervisor(s): Warren, Charles (Associate Professor)

Role of Fire in Shrub encroachment in Alpine NSW

The alpine region of snowy mountains is an extremely important ecosystem in terms of biodiversity, water production and carbon sequestration. However, the extent to which fire, and more...

Supervisor(s): Ingram, Lachlan (Dr), Adams, Mark (Professor), Bell, Tina (Associate Professor)

Molecular genetics of plant development

Genes and gene networks involved in plant development. more...

Supervisor(s): Byrne, Mary (Associate Professor)

Black Carbon in Soils

Carbon emissions during bushfires may be very large for southern forests in Australia. This may be offset in part by the deposition of black carbon or charcoal to the soil surface. more...

Supervisor(s): Adams, Mark (Professor), Bell, Tina (Associate Professor)