And we’re back from the winter/summer break/non-break. We are talking about a perfect tomato, smoke smelling trees and the science of listening to the environment.
- All-flesh fruit in tomato is controlled by reduced expression dosage of AFF through a structural variant mutation in the promoter | Journal of Experimental Botany | Oxford Academic
- Alterations in Structural Polysaccharides during Liquefaction of Tomato Locule Tissue | Plant Physiology | Oxford Academic
- Evidence of nutrient translocation in response to smoke exposure by the East African ant acacia, Vachellia drepanolobium – Rabideau‐Childers – – Ecology and Evolution – Wiley Online Library
- Oxygen and nitrogen production by an ammonia-oxidizing archaeon
- The Algae Expert who helped Crack Code in WWII – Plants and Pipettes
- Half of top cancer studies fail high-profile reproducibility effor
- November: Flowering plants evolution | News and features | University of Bristol
- The Angiosperm Terrestrial Revolution and the origins of modern biodiversity – Benton – – New Phytologist – Wiley Online Library
- New Caledonian crows keep ‘valuable’ hooked tools safer than basic non-hooked tools | eLife
We will be on a break for some time after this episode. We’re looking forward to talking to you about plant science again in the not-so-far future!
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