Van de Poel Lab

Welcome to the website of the Van de Poel lab.

We are a plant science lab, affiliated with the University of Leuven, focusing on plant hormone physiology, with a special interest in ethylene. We also perform translational research on innovations in horticulture. We use molecular genetics, biochemical and physiological experiments to perform basic and applied research in the emerging fields of horticulture and agriculture.

News
New Paper in TIPS: Age-Dependent Abiotic Stress Resilience in Plants
Read our News & Views perspective on ACC signaling in Nature Plants
We have a new review paper out in New Phytologist
New growth chambers and greenhouse
The labs of our division will get new growth chambers and a brand new greenhouse. We are excited!
New book chapter:
New paper
Van de Poel B. (2020). Ethylene’s fraternal twin steals the spotlight. Nature Plants.
https://doi.org/10.1038/s41477-020-00796-8 

LATEST PAPERS

New paper
Rankenberg T., Geldhof B., van Veen H., Holsteens K., Van de Poel B., Sasidharan R. (2021). Age-dependent abiotic stress resilience. Trends in Plant Science - accepted

LATEST RESEARCH

In collaboration with the University of Aruba, we will investigate the potential of indoor vertical farming to enable sustainable and locally produced fruits and vegetables.

Together with Praktijkpunt Landbouw Vlaams Brabant, Inagro and VCBT, we investigate production and quality bottlenecks in chicory production and explore novel smart-farming opportunities.

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Van de Poel Lab

MOLECULAR PLANT HORMONE PHYSIOLOGY

University of Leuven

Department of Biosystems

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