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With US culinary academies in Los Angeles and a new academy planned to open this Winter in New York City's SoHo neighborhood, PLANTLAB's updated platform opens the door for exciting and iconic chef partnerships and pop-ups nationwide. Current plans include ongoing chef partnerships to be announced this Fall, as well as upcoming International pop-ups. Past pop-up locations have included Berlin, London, Barcelona, Paris, and Sydney. Commenting on the changes afoot at the academy Adam Zucker, PLANTLAB's CEO said, "The team at PLANTLAB is excited to start a new chapter. Through our new chef partnerships, updates to curriculum and weekend workshops we are aiming to make plant-based cuisine the norm and not the exception. Stay tuned, we have a number of good things cookin!" At the helm of PLANTLAB's foundation is the culinary academy's training courses that provide students with the foundation for creating healthy, aesthetically refined and flavorful cuisine to transform one's life from the inside out. As a leading resource in plant-based education and wellness, PLANTLAB exists to proclaim that a plant-based lifestyle is attainable for everyone. For additional background on PLANTLAB's expansion, curriculum and weekend workshops visit: http://www.plantlab.com PLANTLAB is an international culinary academy created to meet the increasing interest and demand for plant-based cuisine and the art of its preparation. The team at PLANTLAB emphasizes the use of whole, organic, unprocessed, plant-based foods to achieve healthy, aesthetically refined and flavorful cuisine. Coursework features intimate classes and weekend workshops which incorporate personalized instruction to allow for a successful, integrated hands-on experience in the academy's state-of-the-art classrooms and unmatched online platform.


Ayant des écoles culinaires à Los Angeles, aux États-Unis, et une nouvelle école qui doit ouvrir ses portes cet hiver dans le quartier new-yorkais de SoHo, la plate-forme mise à jour de PLANTLAB ouvre la voie à des partenariats avec des chefs dynamiques et emblématiques et à des points éphémères dans le monde entier. Parmi les plans actuels, on trouve des partenariats continus avec des chefs qui seront annoncés cet automne, ainsi que de futurs emplacements éphémères disséminés sur la planète. Berlin, Londres, Barcelone, Paris et Sydney ont déjà été des emplacements éphémères. S'exprimant au sujet des changements qui se préparent dans l'école, Adam Zucker, PDG de PLANTLAB, a déclaré : « L'équipe de PLANTLAB est ravie d'écrire un nouveau chapitre. Grâce à nos nouveaux partenariats avec des chefs, aux programmes mis à jour et aux ateliers pendant les week-ends, nous visons à faire de la cuisine basée sur les plantes la nouvelle norme, et non pas l'exception. Restez à l'affût, nous avons de bonnes choses sur le feu ! » PLANTLAB est une école culinaire internationale qui a été créée pour répondre à l'intérêt et la demande croissants pour une cuisine basée sur les plantes et sur l'art de sa préparation. L'équipe de PLANTLAB met l'accent sur l'emploi d'aliments entiers, organiques, non-traités et basés sur les plantes pour préparer une cuisine saine, savoureuse et à l'esthétique raffinée. La formation comporte des cours approfondis et des ateliers pendant le week-end qui intègrent un enseignement personnalisé. Cela permet une expérience réussie, intégrée et concrète dans les salles de classe dernier cri de l'école et sur la plate-forme en ligne sans commune mesure.


**ESTA ACADEMIA CULINARIA DE ALIMENTOS VEGETALES PROPORCIONA A LOS CONSUMIDORES LAS HERRAMIENTAS TRANSFORMADORAS QUE NECESITAN PARA LLEVAR UNA VIDA MÁS CONSCIENTE E INTERNACIONAL** LOS ÁNGELES, 28 de septiembre de 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- La academia culinaria PLANTLAB, conocida...


Mit US-amerikanischen kulinarischen Akademien in Los Angeles und einer weiteren Akademie, die kommenden Winter in New York eröffnet werden soll, öffnet die aktualisierte PLANTLAB-Plattform die Türen für aufregende und kultige Koch-Partnerschaften sowie bundesweite Pop-ups. Teil der momentanen Pläne ist es, fortlaufende Koch-Partnerschaften sowie anstehende Pop-ups diesen Herbst bekanntzugeben. Zu den bisherigen Pop-up-Standorten zählen Berlin, London, Barcelona, Paris und Sydney. PLANTLAB ist eine internationale kulinarische Akademie, die ins Leben gerufen wurde, um dem wachsenden Interesse und der Nachfrage nach einer auf Pflanzen basierenden Küche sowie der Zubereitung entsprechender Speisen entgegenzukommen. Das PLANTLAB-Team legt großen Wert auf die Verwendung vollwertiger, unverarbeiteter, pflanzlicher Lebensmittel, um eine gesunde, ästhetisch ausgefeilte und geschmackvolle Küche zu kreieren. Die Kurse zeichnen sich durch kleine Klassen und Wochenend-Workshops aus, in denen personalisierte Anweisungen gegeben werden. So wird erfolgreiche, integrierte Praxiserfahrung in den hochmodernen Klassenräumen und der unvergleichlichen Online-Plattform geboten.


With US culinary academies in Los Angeles and a new academy planned to open this Winter in New York City's SoHo neighborhood, PLANTLAB's updated platform opens the door for exciting and iconic chef partnerships and pop-ups nationwide. Current plans include ongoing chef partnerships to be announced this Fall, as well as upcoming International pop-ups. Past pop-up locations have included Berlin, London, Barcelona, Paris, and Sydney. Commenting on the changes afoot at the academy Adam Zucker, PLANTLAB's CEO said, "The team at PLANTLAB is excited to start a new chapter. Through our new chef partnerships, updates to curriculum and weekend workshops we are aiming to make plant-based cuisine the norm and not the exception. Stay tuned, we have a number of good things cookin!" At the helm of PLANTLAB's foundation is the culinary academy's training courses that provide students with the foundation for creating healthy, aesthetically refined and flavorful cuisine to transform one's life from the inside out. As a leading resource in plant-based education and wellness, PLANTLAB exists to proclaim that a plant-based lifestyle is attainable for everyone. For additional background on PLANTLAB's expansion, curriculum and weekend workshops visit: http://www.plantlab.com PLANTLAB is an international culinary academy created to meet the increasing interest and demand for plant-based cuisine and the art of its preparation. The team at PLANTLAB emphasizes the use of whole, organic, unprocessed, plant-based foods to achieve healthy, aesthetically refined and flavorful cuisine. Coursework features intimate classes and weekend workshops which incorporate personalized instruction to allow for a successful, integrated hands-on experience in the academy's state-of-the-art classrooms and unmatched online platform.


Licausi F.,Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology | Licausi F.,PlantLab | Kosmacz M.,Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology | Weits D.A.,Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology | And 6 more authors.
Nature | Year: 2011

The majority of eukaryotic organisms rely on molecular oxygen for respiratory energy production. When the supply of oxygen is compromised, a variety of acclimation responses are activated to reduce the detrimental effects of energy depletion. Various oxygen-sensing mechanisms have been described that are thought to trigger these responses, but they each seem to be kingdom specific and no sensing mechanism has been identified in plants until now. Here we show that one branch of the ubiquitin-dependent N-end rule pathway for protein degradation, which is active in both mammals and plants, functions as an oxygen-sensing mechanism in Arabidopsis thaliana. We identified a conserved amino-terminal amino acid sequence of the ethylene response factor (ERF)-transcription factor RAP2.12 to be dedicated to an oxygen-dependent sequence of post-translational modifications, which ultimately lead to degradation of RAP2.12 under aerobic conditions. When the oxygen concentration is low-as during flooding-RAP2.12 is released from the plasma membrane and accumulates in the nucleus to activate gene expression for hypoxia acclimation. Our discovery of an oxygen-sensing mechanism opens up new possibilities for improving flooding tolerance in crops. © 2011 Macmillan Publishers Limited. All rights reserved.


Van Dongen J.T.,RWTH Aachen | Licausi F.,PlantLab
Annual Review of Plant Biology | Year: 2015

Oxygen is an indispensable substrate for many biochemical reactions in plants, including energy metabolism (respiration). Despite its importance, plants lack an active transport mechanism to distribute oxygen to all cells. Therefore, steep oxygen gradients occur within most plant tissues, which can be exacerbated by environmental perturbations that further reduce oxygen availability. Plants possess various responses to cope with spatial and temporal variations in oxygen availability, many of which involve metabolic adaptations to deal with energy crises induced by low oxygen. Responses are induced gradually when oxygen concentrations decrease and are rapidly reversed upon reoxygenation. A direct effect of the oxygen level can be observed in the stability, and thus activity, of various transcription factors that control the expression of hypoxia-induced genes. Additional signaling pathways are activated by the impact of oxygen deficiency on mitochondrial and chloroplast functioning. Here, we describe the molecular components of the oxygen-sensing pathway. ©2015 by Annual Reviews. All rights reserved.


Pucciariello C.,PlantLab | Perata P.,PlantLab
Trends in Plant Science | Year: 2013

Rice (Oryza sativa) varieties differ considerably in their tolerance to submergence, a trait that has been associated with the SUB1A gene. Recently, this gene was found in some wild rice species and landraces, which along with O. sativa, belong to the AA genome type group. On the basis of geographical and historical data, we hypothesize that SUB1A-1 from wild species may have been introgressed into domesticated rice. This introgression probably occurred in the Ganges Basin, with the subsequent spread of the SUB1A-1 to other areas of South Asia due to human migration. The lack of the SUB1A gene in diploid CC genome type wild rice showing submergence-tolerant traits suggests the presence of a different survival mechanism in this genetic group. © 2013 Elsevier Ltd.


A system for growing a plant (1) in an at least partly conditioned environment includes a cultivation base (11) for receiving a culture substrate (3) with a root system (4) of the plant therein. Root temperature control elements (12) are provided which are able and adapted to impose a predetermined root temperature on the root system, and lighting elements (20,21,22) which are able and adapted to expose leaves of the plant to actinic artificial light. Leaf heating elements are also provided, which are able and adapted to impose on the leaf of the plant a leaf temperature varying from an ambient temperature. In a method for growing the plant a carbon dioxide assimilation management of a leaf system of the plant is thus influenced, and a supply of actinic light, the root temperature and the carbon dioxide assimilation management are adapted to each other.


A system for growing a plant (1) in an at least partly conditioned environment comprises a cultivation base (11) for receiving a culture substrate (3) with a root system (4) of the plant therein. Root temperature control means (12) are provided which are able and adapted to impose a predetermined root temperature on the root system, and lighting means (20,21,22) which are able and adapted to expose leaves of the plant to actinic artificial light. According to the invention leaf heating means are also provided, which are able and adapted to impose on the leaf of the plant a leaf temperature varying from an ambient temperature. In a method for growing the plant a carbon dioxide assimilation management of a leaf system of the plant is thus influenced, and a supply of actinic light, the root temperature and the carbon dioxide assimilation management are adapted to each other.

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