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Annika Meyer


Research focus

I focus on the deciphering of the transcriptomic control underlying the mechanism of heterosis manifestation during lateral root formation in maize.

Academic CV

  • Since 2018
    PhD studies at the chair of Crop Functional Genomics, Institute of Crop Science and Resource Conservation, Faculty of Agriculture, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelm-University Bonn

  • 2016 to 2018
    Master of Science “Crop Science”
    Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelm-University Bonn

  • 2012 to 2016
    Bachelor of Science “Agricultural Science”
    Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelm-University Bonn



Mahmud S, Ullah C, Kortz A, Bhattacharyya S, Yu P, Gershenzon J, Vothknecht UC (2022) Constitutive expression of JASMONATE RESISTANT 1 induces molecular changes that prime the plants to better withstand drought. Plant Cell Environ 45(8). PubMed  Free Article


Marcon C, Altrogge L, Win Y, Stöcker T, Gardiner J, Portwood J, Opitz N, Kortz A, Baldauf J, Hunter C, McCarty D, Koch K, Schoof H, Hochholdinger F (2020) BonnMu: a sequence-indexed resource of transposon induced maize mutations for functional genomics studies. Plant Physiol 184, 620-631.


Kortz A, Hochholdinger F, Yu P (2019) Cell type-specific transcriptomics of lateral root formation and plasticity. Front Plant Sci 10: 21.  Free Article


Reinert S, Kortz A, Léon J, Naz A (2016) Genome-Wide Association Mapping in the Global Diversity Set Reveals New QTL Controlling Root System and Related Shoot Variation in Barley. Front Plant Sci 7: 1061.  Free PMC Article