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GARNet Research Roundup: May 29th 2020

29th May 2020

This bumper GARNet Research Roundup begins with two sets of papers in related areas. First are three papers that investigate the biology of plasmodesmatata. These include work from the Faulkner lab at the JIC, the Band lab at Nottingham and a broad European collaboration that includes co-authors...

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GARNet Research Roundup: May 7th 2020

7th May 2020

This edition of GARNet Research Roundup begins with two studies from the John Innes Centre. The first takes a detailed look at meiosis in Arabidopsis arenosa and the second introduces a novel mode of auxin perception. The third paper from the Grierson lab in Bristol uses innovative methods to...

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GARNet Research Roundup: April 9th 2020

9th Apr 2020

This Easter edition of the GARNet Research Roundup begins with research from Aberystwyth University that has developed a system for studying self-incompatability in self-compatible Arabidopsis. Next is an outstanding study led from the John Innes Centre that outlines the development of new...

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GARNet Research Roundup: March 13th 2020

13th Mar 2020

This edition of the GARNet Research Roundup begins with research from Durham University that links environmental sensing, SUMOylation and BR signaling. The second paper is from the Baulcombe lab in Cambridge and investigates the epigenetic control of transposons. The third paper is from Aberystwyth...

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PhenomUK Pilot-Project Applications

26th Feb 2020

PhenomUK can fund small (£5-25k) preliminary and feasibility studies, following a light internal review process. This funding is intended to allow recipients to assess emerging technologies against phenotyping tasks and perform initial investigations of promising technology combinations. With the...

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COMMUNITY RESOURCE FOR WHEAT AND RICE TRANSFORMATION – ROUND 2 APPLICATIONS WELCOME

24th Feb 2020

THE COMMUNITY RESOURCE FOR WHEAT AND RICE TRANSFORMATION is a resource for UK plant scientists to apply for their genes to be transformed into wheat or rice free of charge, funded by the BBSRC's Biological and Bioinformatic Resources fund (BBR). THE 2ND ROUND OF THE APPLICATION PROCESS IS OPEN...

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