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Matthias Thalmann

  • PhD Student
  • Universität Zürich - University of Zurich
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Research interests

My research interests is the impact of environmental stimuli and stresses on the metabolism of plants. Currently I study the molecular mechanisms of carbon partitioning (mainly from starch to sugars) at different stages of water deficit.

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Co-authors (34)

Publications (5)

  • Starch as a determinant of plant fitness under abiotic stress

    • Thalmann M
    • Santelia D
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  • Blue Light Induces a Distinct Starch Degradation Pathway in Guard Cells for Stomatal Opening.

    • Horrer D
    • Flütsch S
    • Pazmino D
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  • Regulation of leaf starch degradation by abscisic acid is important for osmotic stress tolerance in plants

    • Thalmann M
    • Pazmino D
    • Seung D
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  • β-amylase 1 (BAM1) degrades transitory starch to sustain proline biosynthesis during drought stress

    • Zanella M
    • Borghi G
    • Pirone C
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  • Carbon partitioning in Arabidopsis thaliana is a dynamic process controlled by the plants metabolic status and its circadian clock.

    • Kölling K
    • Thalmann M
    • Müller A
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Professional experience

PhD Student

Universität Zürich - University of Zurich

July 2013 - Present

Education

PhD

Universität Zürich - University of Zurich

July 2013 - January 2015(2 years)

MSc

ETH Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology

September 2011 - July 2013(2 years)

BSc

ETH Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology

September 2007 - July 2010(3 years)