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New Phytologist Jul 16
Read the latest Profile article on New Phytologist author Hendrik Poorter (Research Centre Jülich, Germany) Read Poorter et al.'s also published in this issue here
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New Phytologist Nov 18
Hydrogen peroxide metabolism and functions in plants
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Sean Michaletz May 22
Fire effects on tree physiology - See our new in with Andreas Bär and Stefan Mayr
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New Phytologist Nov 25
Modelling carbon sources and sinks in terrestrial vegetation
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Sandy Hetherington Jan 28
New by Jim Doyle and Jason Hilton - How deep is the conflict between molecular and fossil evidence on the age of angiosperms
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Sandy Hetherington Dec 18
New by Mihai Tomescu and Andrew Groover. Combining fossils and extant plants to understand the evolution of the vascular cambium.
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New Phytologist Jul 11
Read the new accepted from Celedon & Bohlmann on oleoresin defenses in conifers
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Plantae Jun 8
How deep is the conflict between molecular and fossil evidence on the age of angiosperms? (Coiro et al., 2019): 🌸 The sequence of pollen types agrees with molecular phylogenetic inferences on the course of pollen evolution but...
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New Phytologist Nov 11
Oxidative protein folding: state‐of‐the‐art and current avenues of research in plants
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Gabriela Auge 🌱🌳🌾🇦🇷 May 29
Just finished proofreading the final version of our last paper and now I like how it turned out even more ☺️ Take a look!
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2Blades Foundation Jun 2
Now out - on current status and future directions of molecular approaches to combat by ' and Dieuw van der Does
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Dr Nadine Richings 15 Oct 17
RT nRICHd_Pursuits: The latest Bio-enRICHed Daily! Thanks to PlantSciNews
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Olivier Honnay Oct 7
Although AMF inoculation benefits crop yields in controlled environments, up-scaling to field conditions is a challenge. We already showed AMF to be crop host specific, and that high diversity mixtures may decrease response. in
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New Phytologist Jul 4
Read the new accepted from van Esse et al. on the genetic modification of crops to improve disease resistance
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J. Aaron Hogan 28 Apr 18
Very nice work by et al. for the on ECM associations in the tropics.
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New Phytologist Jul 9
Read the new accepted from Timoneda et al. on the evolution of betalain biosynthesis in Caryophyllales
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Plantae May 16
Advances and challenges in uncovering cold tolerance regulatory mechanisms in plants (Ding et al., 2019)
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Cynthia Gerlein-Safdi 5 Jul 18
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Susana C. Gonçalves 🍄👩🏻‍🔬💪💬📣 #Iam4Fungi Nov 7
"Looking to past knowledge while foreseeing strategies for the next steps can help us catch a glimpse of the future of mycorrhizal research." By Paola Bonfante
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ECCF #FutureForFungi 🍄 9 Jul 18
Did you know? "Mycorrhizal symbiosis is an ancient and widespread mutualism between plants and fungi that facilitated plant terrestrialisation > 500 million years ago, with key roles in ecosystem functioning at multiple scales"
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