MIL OSI – Source: TU Berlin –
Headline: Programme: DFG – Priority Programme “Rhizosphere Spatiotemporal Organisation – a Key to Rhizosphere Functions” (SPP 2089)
Mittwoch, 17. Mai 2017…”This Priority Programme aims at the identification of spatiotemporal patterns in the rhizosphere and at the explanation of the underlying mechanisms. The key concept of the programme consists of approaching the rhizosphere as a self-organised system. Self-organisation arises from a cascade of feedback loops between root, microbiome and soil. Emerging patterns in the rhizosphere cannot be understood from studying the components in isolation. This call invites proposals from appropriate disciplines such as rhizosphere research, soil chemistry, plant genomics and physiology, soil microbiology, soil physics, exudate analysis, image/pattern analysis and modelling.[…]
The overall hypothesis of the Priority Programme is that resilience emerges from self-organised spatiotemporal pattern formation in the rhizosphere.[…]
The hypothesis should be tested in the context of at least one of the following focus topics:plant microbe interplay in the rhizospherewater flux/drought/mucilage/hydrophobicitycycling/acquisition of nutrients (N, Fe, B)carbon sequestration/micro-aggregate formation/stability of soil structure[…]
Details of the research concept of the programme, the focal topics and the CPE’s will be presented at an organisational meeting on the 19 June 2017 in Leipzig. This meeting provides the opportunity for the initiation of joint proposals and is supposed to harmonise and coordinate individual grant proposals.[…] Participation is only possible upon prior registration (Deadline 31 May 2017).”…
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(Quelle: DFG Informationen für die Wissenschaft Nr. 23 | 15. Mai 2017