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Miriam Pasquini Aug 7
My first meeting was a delightful experience! 😊 Thanks to all the organizers and the attendees...it was great knowing you all!! ❀️ With our favorite T-shirt, I wish you good luck for your future projects from San Francisco!!! πŸ€—
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Jennifer Regala Dec 13
Lots of holiday cheer today at ASPB HQ! πŸŽ‰ Secret πŸŽ…πŸ» and πŸͺ exchange and pot luck🍴OH MY! 🀩🀩🀩🀩
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Antony Dodd Mar 31
Teaching Tools in Plant Biology is brilliant. I rarely use it, but recently needed to prepare a couple of lectures with zero time available to do so. TTIPB solved it all for me!
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Will Hinckley Jul 1
Hey look, it’s my stuff! I made 4 graphics with info I found via the interwebs. One with myths. One with facts. One explaining why we need them and what we believe the motive behind the myths are, and one providing some basic background info on GMOs.
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Miriam Pasquini Aug 1
Sooo excited to attend my first meeting!!! πŸ˜„πŸ˜πŸ˜Š I can't wait to be in San Jose and share my work with other plant ...it will be amazing to discuss about it and receive suggestions for my next studies! πŸ€“ (Now I have just to pack!!) πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ™ˆ
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LGBTQ+ Plant Scientists Aug 3
Do you know the way to San Jose? The 5. It’s the 5 for hours and hours!
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Steven Burgess Dec 27
Hi tweeps, I'm giving an intro lecture on plant biology and it's importance in our lives. Can you recommend tales from to include, people, discoveries etc? Can be historical or modern, would love to have a diverse global perspective
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namraj dhami Jun 17
Note of the day! After getting comments from your reviewers, DO NOT reply the Editors until you've had time to calm down. , . An encouraging talk from mary williams
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Travis Senter Mar 21
I feel so certified...lol πŸ˜‚πŸ‘¨πŸ»β€πŸŽ“.
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Julia Miller Dec 14
I read some great papers on abiotic stress for this edition of What We're Reading from and !
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Judy Callis Aug 4
PUI workshop- hearing from different PUI professors on their teaching, research and service experiences.
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Judy Callis Aug 2
Enjoying San Jose art museum here at . From a series”art and science investigating matter”
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Gretchen Kroh May 14
represented at the retreat! We already made a new !
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Dewey Scientific Aug 5
Good morning attendees! Be sure to check out the latest in cannabis research coming from 's in August's print edition of
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Dr. Susan Bush Sep 17
Hey and members, Here's a great opportunity to improve your , develop course materials, and get support for it too! Up to $4500 for PD and materials. Apply through Oct 31, 2019
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Daniel J Kliebenstein Apr 11
Congrats to undergrad, Tayah Bolt (prim advisor ), for being awarded a 2019 SURF award to work on how Botrytis alters plant TFs to defeat Shikimate derived defenses. Now, do we tell her that her independent UG project is bigger/better than my whole PhD?
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Mia Swain Nov 18
Guess who’s officially a member of the American Society of Plant Biologists 😎
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Diane Beckles Aug 5
Karin Albornoz from our lab gives her talk on Tuesday at 9:33 am in LL20A; poster # is 1100-003. Title: "A novel approach to provide insight on the regulation of Postharvest Chilling Injury in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.)." Stop by if you can. .
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Jia-Ying Zhu Aug 3
Looking forward to these forward initiative
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Benjamin Muscolino Oct 30
Big thanks to and for your partnership and including a note in our press release about our shared partnership and Award Winning success. Very proud to be leading with great partners side by side with us like !
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