Plant Cell Biology


Research Grants


Commission of the European Communities, Science Plan. Protein engineering of the chloroplast light-harvesting complex of photosystem II. Coordinator: J F Allen, Lund. Co-applicants: W Kühlbrandt (European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Heidelberg), A C Cuming (Department of Genetics, University of Leeds, U.K.) ECU 250 000 over three years from 01.10.92, of which ECU 55 407 to Lund over two years from mid-1993. Appointed: Dr Paul Davison, Dr Paul Davies.

Swedish Natural Science Research Council (NFR). Research Grant to J F Allen. Membrane phosphoproteins regulating prokaryote photosynthesis: sequence, structure and regulatory function. SEK 375 000 for one year from 15 November 1992. Appointed: Dr Dalibor Stys.

Swedish Natural Science Research Council (NFR). Research Grant to J F Allen. Membrane phosphoproteins regulating prokaryote photosynthesis: sequence, structure and regulatory function. SEK 900 000 (of which 400 000 for equipment) over 2 years from 1 January 1994, plus a second year of support (SEK 210 000) for Dr Stys.

Swedish Council for Planning and Coordination of Research (FRN). Equipment grant to J F Allen (co-applicants: H-E åkerlund, Biochemistry, and P-å Albertsson, Biochemistry). Nanosecond laser photolysis spectrometer and fluorescence imaging spectrometer. SEK 1 722 000 from September 1992

Per-Eric och Ulla Schybergs Stiftelse. Molecular recognition and control of protein structure during regulation of photosynthesis. Award to J F Allen. SEK 365 000 for equipment, visiting scientists and a postdoctoral assistant. 1993. Appointed: Dr Krassimir Alexciev.

Swedish Agriculture and Forestry Research Council (SJFR). Research Grant to Gunilla Håkansson. Redoxreglering av genexpression i kloroplaster och mitokondrier hos högre växter. SEK 272 000 over two years from 1993-95.

Swedish Agriculture and Forestry Research Council (SJFR). In vitro odling av korn (Hordeum vulgare L.). Award to Carin Jarl. SEK 1 100 000 over three years from 1992, including research assistant position.

Kungliga Fysiografiska Sällskapet i Lund; Fonder för Naturvetenskap och Medicin. Bakteriella tvåkomponent-system i regleringen av organellgenomens transkription. Co-applicants: Carin Jarl-Sunesson and Gunilla Håkansson. SEK 75 000 December 1992.

Kungliga gysiografiska Sällskapet i Lund. 1993. Phosphoproteins in photosynthesis: psbH gene products in cyanobacteria. Award to Krassimir Alexciev. SEK 55 000 over 1 year.

Kungliga Fysiografiska Sällskapet i Lund. Nilsson-Ehle fonden Award to Gunilla Håkansson. Bakteriella tv Håkomponent-system i regleringen av organellgenomens transkription. December 1992. SEK 55 000.

Kungliga Fysiografiska Sällskapet Lund. Award to Dalibor Stys. SEK 41 000. 1993.

Kungliga Fysiografiska Sällskapet i Lund. Research work in Basel Biocentre, Basel, Switzerland. Travel award to André Struglics. SEK 20 000. 30 November 1992 - 1 April 1993.

Knut och Alice Wallenbergs Stiftelse. Travel award to L ü ling Cheng. 2nd Nordic Photosynthesis Congress. SEK 5 000. Fall 1993.

Karolinska Institut Fonden - 1992. Stability elements in BR specific pre-mRNP particles. Award to Krassimir Alexciev. SEK 15 000 over 1 year.

Karolinska Institut Fonden - 1993. Stability elements in BR specific pre-mRNP particles. Award to Krassimir Alexciev. SEK 23 000 over 1 year.

Czechoslovak Academy of Science. Award to Milos Budesinsky, Petr Strop, Dalibor Stys, Jan Pelnar and Helena Pelantova. Ckr 127 000. 1992.

FEBS short-term fellowship. DM 2 400 awarded to Dalibor Stys. 1992.

Travel fellowhip of XV International Conference of Magnetic Resonance in Biological Systems. Dalibor Stys, 1992.

Erik-Philip Sörensens stiftelse: In vitro odling av korn (Hordeum vulgare L.) Award to Carin Jarl. SEK 20 000. 1993.

Lunds stads jubileumsfond. Travel award to André Struglics. 2nd Nordic Photosynthesis Congress. SEK 5 000. 4-6 November 1993

NorFA: nordiskt nätverk Växelverkan mellan mikroorganismer och v ä xter i nordlig miljö. Award to Carin Jarl.

Stiftelsen Lars Hiertas Minne. Award to Gunilla H å kansson. Bakteriella tv å - komponent system i regleringen av organellgener. November 1993. SEK 15 000

Magn. Bergvall Foundation. Award to Gunilla H å kansson. Bacterial two-component systems in regulation of organelle gene transcription. 1994. SEK 30 000

Crafoord Foundation. Award to Gunilla H å kansson. Bacterial two-component systems in regulation of organelle gene transcription. 1994. SEK 80 000

Nordic Research Foundation/Swedish Forestry and Agricultural Research Council (SJFR). To Carin Jarl. Ecology of Rhizobium-legume symbioses - a multidisciplinary approach. Graduate research studentship (doktorandtjänst). SEK 950 000 over three years, 1996-99. Appointed: Anna Collén.

Swedish Natural Science Research Council (NFR). Research Grant to Gunilla H å kansson. Regulation of gene expression: Redox dependent transcription factors in chloroplast and mitochondria. 1995-1997. SEK 680.000

Swedish Natural Science Research Council (NFR). Research Grant to J F Allen. Molecular and structural effects of protein phosphorylation in photosynthetic membranes SEK 929 763 over 3.5 years from 1 July 1995.

Swedish Natural Science Research Council (NFR). To J F Allen. (postdoctoral position). Protein phosphorylation in photosynthetic membranes. SEK 400 000 approximately over two years starting 1996. Appointed: Dr Anders Nilsson.

Swedish Natural Science Research Council (NFR). To J F Allen. Graduate research studentship (doktorandtjänst). Protein phosphorylation in photosynthetic membranes. SEK 860 000 approximately over four years starting 1995/96. To be appointed.

Kungliga Fysiografiska Sällskapet i Lund (The Royal Physiographical Society in Lund). Dukers fond award. Xth International Congress on Photosynthesis. SEK 12 000. 1995.

Swedish Council for Planning and Coordination of Research (FRN). Equipment grant. Phosphorimager. Co-applicant: John F Allen. Principal applicant: P-å Albertsson, Department of Biochemistry. SEK 1 500 000 approx. 1995.

Swedish Council for Planning and Coordination of Research (FRN). Equipment grant. Automated DNA sequencer. Co-applicant: John F. Allen. Principal applicant: Carl A. K. Borrebaeck, Department of Immuntechnology. SEK 2 000 000. 1995.


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