Posted date: January 12, 2018
Location: New York University Center for Genomics and Systems Biology
Posted date: January 10, 2018
Location: Michigan State University
Posted date: January 09, 2018
Location: University of Delaware
Posted date: November 28, 2017
Location: VIB-UGent Center for Plant Systems Biology
Posted date: November 08, 2017
Location: University of Graz, Austria
Posted date: November 07, 2017
Location: The University of Melbourne, Australia
Posted date: November 07, 2017
Location: Purdue Center for Plant Biology
Posted date: October 31, 2017
Location: University of Geneva
Posted date: October 30, 2017
Location: University of South Carolina - Department of Biological Sciences
Posted date: October 25, 2017
Location: Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan
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|Gordon Research Conference: Dynamic Plant Systems|
Sunday, June 10, 2018 to Friday, June 15, 2018
Holderness, NH, USA
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|4th Plant Protease and Programmed Cell Death Symposium|
Tuesday, September 11, 2018 to Thursday, September 13, 2018
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|Arabidopsis Research Roundup: February 12th|
This weeks Arabidopsis Research Roundup begins with a study from SLCU that investigates the interaction between nitrate and cytokinin signaling in the shoot meristem. Next is research from Sheffield that studies changes to the macromolecular composition of the photosynthetic apparatus following the transition from dark to light. Third are three papers that include University of Edinburgh faculty members as co-authors; Gary Loake is involved in a... READ MORE ...
|Arabidopsis Research Roundup: January 23rd.|
This weeks Arabidopsis Research Roundup begins with two papers from Royal Hollaway University of London that investigate the factors that control leaf development in the dark and the control of PIN1 phosphorylation. Third is a paper from Bristol that demonstrates the translation of research from Arabidopsis into coriander with regard the control of the response to UV light. Next is research from the John Innes Centre that characterises the role of... READ MORE ...
|Arabidopsis Research Roundup: January 10th 2018|
This Arabidopsis Research Roundup covers the final papers of 2017 and the first of this new year. The initial paper is led by researchers in Bristol and characterises how the multifaceted BIG protein influences stomatal dynamics in response to altered CO2. Second is a manuscript from SLCU that for the first time in plants demonstrates nuclear sequestration of cell cycle regulated mRNAs.
Next is a paper from Rothamsted that describes a role... READ MORE ...
|Arabidopsis Research Roundup: December 18th|
This festive Arabidopsis Research Roundup begins with a commentary article from a global consortium of plant scientists who propose a framework of future training for researchers who will take advantage of the experimental tools available in Arabidopsis. Secondly is study from Caroline Dean (JIC) that defines the role of the LHP1 protein in epigenetic control of gene expression. Thirdly John Doonan (Aberystwyth) is a co-author of work that defines... READ MORE ...
|Arabidopsis Research Roundup: December 8th.|
This weeks Research Roundup begins with two papers from the University of Edinburgh on very different topics of Arabidopsis research. Firstly Alistair McCormick and Sofirtios Tsaftaris introduce a new low-cost phenotyping platform whilst Gerben Ooijen’s group has analysed the role of SUMOylation in the control of the circadian clock. The next three papers each involve wide UK collaborations and either look at plant nutrient composition (Nottingham,... READ MORE ...
|Arabidopsis Research Roundup: Nov 24th|
The week’s UK Arabidopsis research roundup includes seven papers from groups who work on a range of topics.
Firstly Antony Dodd (Bristol) investigates the role of sugar signaling during hypocotyl elongation and provides an audio description of this groups work. Secondly Mike Holdsworth (Nottingham) leads a paper that demonstrates the importance of the N-rule pathway in the response to abiotic stresses. Thirdly are a set of papers that have... READ MORE ...