Hans van Veen

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Hans van Veen is postdoc at Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa, Italy.

Contacts:

h [dot] vanveenatsssup [dot] it

phone: 0502216553

 

 

Research interests

I am a post-doctoral research fellow at the plantlab. My current interests are related to role and mechanisms of growth control during envrionmental perturbations. Previous work by Paparelli et al. (2013) has identified that nighttime sugar starvation affects plant growth and size by negatively affecting gibberellin biosynthesis the following evening. The aim of my work is to identify the underlying mechanism that translate the plants nutrient status (carbon in our case) into hormonal growth control (GA biosynthesis). Furthermore, we are investigating how the interactions between nutrient status and hormone signalling is related to plant performance under adverse conditions such as waterlogging and flooding

Before joining the plantlab I completed a PhD at the plantecophysiology group at Utrecht University. Here the molecular mechanisms mediating plant survival strategies to complete submergence were studied in two wild Rumex species. Here combination of next generation sequencing and physiological work was done. You can find a copy here.

 

Publications:

H. van Veen*, M. Akman*, D.C.L. Jamar, D. Vreugdenhil, P. van Tienderen, M.E. Schranz, L.A.C.J. Voesenek, R. Sasidharan (2014, in press) Group VII ETHYLENE RESPONSE FACTOR diversification and regulation in four wetland species in adaptation to flooding stress. Plant, Cell and Environment
*Contributed equally

L.A.C.J. Voesenek, H. van Veen and R. Sasidharan (2014, in press) Learning from Nature:
the use of non-model species to identify novel flooding-induced acclimations. AOB plants

H. van Veen, D. Vashisht, L.A.C.J. Voesenek, R. Sasidharan (2014) Different survival strategies amongst plants to cope with underwater conditions. In Low Oxygen Stress in Plants, F. Licausi & J.T. van Dongen (eds.)

H. van Veen, A. Mustroph, G.A. Barding, M. Vergeer-van Eijk, R.A.M. Welschen-Evertman, O. Pedersen, E.J.W. Visser, C.K. Larive, R. Pierik, J. Bailey-Serres, L.A.C.J. Voesenek and R. Sasidharan (2013) Two species from contrasting hydrological niches regulate flooding tolerance through distinct mechanisms. The Plant Cell 25: 4691-4707

J.T.M Elzenga and H. van Veen (2010) Waterlogging and plant nutrient uptake. In
Waterlogging Signalling and Tolerance in Plants, S. Mancuso and S.N. Shabala (eds.)