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Prof. Dr. Monika Schreiner

Prof. Dr.

Monika Schreiner

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033701 - 78 304
schreiner@igzev.de

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Leiterin Programmbereich 3

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COST Action – UV-B radiation: A specific regulator of plant growth and food quality in a changing climate

Significant new understanding of UV-B mediated processes in plants has been gained during the last decade. Rather than being a damaging agent, it is n...

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LeguAN – Innovative and comprehensive concepts for higher value-added, functional food and feed products based on domestic grain legumes covering the whole value-chain from cultivation to utilization

The aim of this research project is to efficiently produce innovative food products and ingredients (semi-finished) that are in line with market requi...

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WeGa Competence Network

The competence network WeGa (Wertschöpfung im Gartenbau, Creation of Value in Horticulture), which receives funding from the Federal Ministry of Educ...

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HORTicultural INnovations and LEArning for improved nutrition and livelihood in east africa (HORTINLEA)

The HORTINLEA project started in July 2013 and runs for three years with a total budget of approximately 1.5 million euros per year. Two additional ye...

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Advanced UV for Life

Epidemiological studies revealed that a high consumption of fruits, vegetables, and herbs comes along with a lower risk for cancer, diabetes and cardi...

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Biofumigation for sustainable and intensive tree production

The aim of the BÖLM-project, financed by the BMEL is to establish biofumigation as a sustainable and practical plant protection procedure and as an a...

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NutriAct: Nutritional Intervention for Healthy Aging: Food Patterns, Behavior and Products

(Competence cluster for Nutritional Research Berlin-Potsdam)...

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SEcondaRy UV

The project SEcondaRy UV realizes the possibility to generate new scientific knowledge for applications of UVB-LED along the horticultural value added...

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