Plant-microbiome interactions in modern and ancient barley

Modern plant breeding has yielded crop genotypes that need precise anthropogenic chemical control, thereby largely neglecting that the rhizosphere microbiome can protect against diseases and promote plant nutrient availability and uptake.

















Name Title Phone E-mail
Flemming Ekelund Associate Professor +45 5182 7041 E-mail
Kristian Holst Laursen Assistant professor +45 3533 3728 E-mail
Mette Vestergård Madsen Researcher +45 8715 8121 E-mail
Rute da Fonseca Associate professor E-mail


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Project period: xxx 2020 - xxx 2025


Associate Professor
Flemming Ekelund
Terrestrial Ecology Section
Universitetsparken 15
DK-2100 Copenhagen Ø
Phone:  +45 51 82 70 41
Mobile: +45 22 43 63 01

Student projects

Contact Flemming Ekelund for more information on BSc, MSc and PhD student projects under this research project.