Fundamental, Ecological and Agricultural Aspects of Nitrogen Metabolism in Higher Plants: Proceedings of a symposium organized by the Department of (Developments in Plant and Soil Sciences)

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Title: Fundamental, Ecological and Agricultural Aspects of Nitrogen Metabolism in Higher Plants: Proceedings of a symposium organized by the Department of (Developments in Plant and Soil Sciences)
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ISBN10: 9024732581
ISBN13: 978-9024732586
Publisher: Springer (June 30, 1986)
Language: English
Subcategory: Medicine
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Rinie Hofstra has been a member of the Department of Plant Physiology, University of Groningen, the Netherlands, for 24 years. The nearer we came to 31 March 1985, her 65th birthday, the more we all realized how we would miss her - not only scientifically, but also socially. She left her mark on both research and teaching, always with an open mind and willing to change. After her PhD Thesis on 'Nitrogen Metabolism in Tomato Plants' she first continued working in that field, but soon started a joint project with the Department of Plant Ecology on hemiparasites. She then became involved in carbon metabolism, which resulted in her giving a Biotrop Course on C /C metabolism in 3 4 Indonesia. Her own research group, originally working on 'Nitrogen Metabolism', soon embraced 'Energy and Nitrogen Metabolism', as the research on respiration became more and more important. In running her group she showed all sides of her person. She used to stimulate and encourage everyone around her and to integrate the various lines of research. At the same time she always had an open mind for the opinion of all members of her group. And together they regularly criticized and evaluated the various projects and decided how to continue.