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New Phytologist Sep 21
Rapid evolution in plant–microbe interactions – a molecular genomics perspective
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New Phytologist Sep 7
Osmotic adjustment and energy limitations to plant growth in saline soil
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Prof. Belinda Medlyn Apr 7
It was a pleasure to edit this from the talented Charlotte Grossiord
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New Phytologist Aug 31
Epigenetic dynamics during flowering plant reproduction: evidence for reprogramming?
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William Kolby Smith Jul 12
Our is out now, "Constraining estimates of terrestrial carbon uptake: New opportunities using long‐term satellite observations and data assimilation" w/ & N. Parazoo
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James Schnable Aug 12
Consistent signatures distinguish genes with known loss of function phenotypes from other annotated gene models in both maize and arabidopsis.
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Plantae Jun 7
Algae−bacteria interactions that balance the planktonic microbiome (Cirriand Pohnert, 2019): 🌊🦠 These microscopic interactions can have consequences that scale up to influence global element cycling.
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soda Aug 26
Having the right neighbors: how tree species diversity modulates drought impacts on forests
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Mike Whitfield 🌿💻 Apr 12
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Global Plant Council Aug 22
RT "Mechanistic understanding of photorespiration paves the way to a new green revolution
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New Phytologist Sep 12
Read the new accepted from Seale & Nakayama on seed dispersal
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New Phytologist Sep 14
Pollen competition is the mechanism underlying a variety of evolutionary phenomena in dioecious plants
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Naomi Nakayama Sep 18
Replying to @MaddySeale @NewPhyt
It was a fun review to write, wasn't it? Thanks for the invite...! Plants are not passive - and they sense the environment to 'choose' the better timings for dispersal.
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