Ms Sarah Lorberg
Sarah is completing her honours year in ARC Centre for Integrative Legume Research at University of Queensland, in 2012/2013. She studied Bachelor of Science majoring in Plant science.
Sarah’s honours project is entitled “The functional analysis of SYMBIOSIS genes in Brassica species.” She is supervised by Dr Alice Hayward, Dr. Annaliese Mason and Dr Jacqueline Batley.
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- APRIL PAPER OF THE MONTH - Rhizobial and mycorrhizal symbioses in Lotus japonicus require lectin nucleotide phosphohydrolase, which acts upstream of calcium signaling.
- APRIL PAPER OF THE MONTH - The contrasting need for food and biofuel: Can we afford biofuel?
- ARC Linkage Grant Pongamia Success
- AUGUST PAPER OF THE MONTH - Early allopolyploid evolution in the post-Neolithic Brassica napus oilseed genome
- AUGUST PAPER OF THE MONTH - Identifying genetic diversity of avirulence genes in Leptosphaeris maculans using whole genome sequencing
- Biofuel Tree Project Discovers Indigenous Partners
- Centre Awards
- Congratulations to Dr Brett Ferguson!
- DECEMBER PAPER OF THE MONTH - Isolation and characterization of Circadian Clock Genes in the Biofuel Plant Pongamia (Millettia pinnata)
- FEBRUARY PAPER OF THE MONTH - High-resolution molecular karyotyping uncovers pairing between ancestrally related Brassica chromosomes
- FEBRUARY PAPER OF THE MONTH - Systemic Regulation of Soybean Nodulation by Acidic Growth Conditions
- Future Fuel - As fossil fuels fade biofuels are set to boom as we seek a better future
- JANUARY PAPER OF THE MONTH - Capturing the Biofuel Wellhead and Powerhouse: The Chloroplast and Mitochondrial Genomes of the Leguminous Feedstock Tree Pongamia pinnata
- JANUARY PAPER OF THE MONTH - Genetic and genomic analysis of the tree legume Pongamia pinnata as a feedstock for biofuels
- JANUARY PAPER OF THE MONTH - Soybean miR172c targets the repressive AP2 transcription factor NNC1 to activate ENOD40 expression and regulate nodule initiation
- July Paper of the Month
- JULY PAPER OF THE MONTH - Systemic signalling in legume nodulation: nodule formation and its regulation
- JULY PAPER OF THE MONTH - The soybean (Glycine max) nodulation-suppressive CLE peptide, GmRIC1, functions interspecifically in common white bean (Phaseolus vulgaris), but not in a supernodulating line mutated in the receptor PvNARK
- July Paper of the Month: Genetic, Biochemical, and Morphological Diversity of the Legume Biofuel Tree Pongamia pinnata
- JUNE PAPER OF THE MONTH - New insight into soybean nodulation signals published in Plant Biotechnology Journal
- JUNE PAPER OF THE MONTH - Second-generation sequencing for gene discovery in the Brassicaceae
- JUNE PAPER OF THE MONTH - Transcriptome profiling of the shoot and root tips of S562L, a soybean GmCLAVATA 1A mutant
- MARCH PAPER OF THE MONTH - Accessing complex crop genomes with next-generation sequencing.
- MARCH PAPER OF THE MONTH - Nodulation in the legume biofuel feedstock tree Pongamia pinnata
- MAY PAPER OF THE MONTH - SNP markers-based map construction and genome-wide linkage analysis in Brassica napus
- MAY PAPER OF THE MONTH - Structure-function analysis of the GmRIC1 signal peptide and CLE domain required for nodulation control in soybean
- MAY PAPER OF THE MONTH Gresshoff, P.M. (2015) Modern biology analysis of the legume tree Pongamia pinnata as a sustainable biofuel source. Legume Perspectives 6: 25-28.
- NOVEMBER PAPER OF THE MONTH - Genetic and physical mapping of flowering time loci in canola (Brassica napus L.)
- NOVEMBER PAPER OF THE MONTH - The value of biodiversity in legume symbiotic fixation and nodulation for biofuel and food production
- OCTOBER PAPER OF THE MONTH - Analyzing the soybean transcriptome during autoregulation of mycorrhization identifies the transcription factors GmNF-YA1a/b as positive regulators of arbuscular mycorrhization
- OCTOBER PAPER OF THE MONTH - Mechanistic action of gibberellins in legume nodulation
- October Paper of the Month: Transient Nod factor-dependent gene expression in the nodulation-competent zone of soybean (Glycine max [L.] Merr.) roots
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- Recent Centre graduates receive the Dean's Award for Research Higher Degree Excellence
- Recent visitors from Spain
- SEPTEMBER PAPER OF THE MONTH - Advances in the identification of novel factors required in soybean nodulation, a process critical to sustainable agriculture and food security.