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With so much going on in the world of Arabidopsis research, you can now stay up-to-date with all the latest news, discoveries and find out what is happening in the wider plant science community.

Registration is open for SysMIC

27th Feb 2014

Registration for BBSRC-funded online training scheme SysMIC is open for a spring 2014 start.   SysMIC is a comprehensive online course in the interdisciplinary skills which are increasingly important to cutting edge biological research. Funded by a BBSRC grant, the course is open...

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Arabidopsis Research Round-up

27th Feb 2014

This week’s Arabidopsis Research Round-Up is short and sweet – just one Annals of Botany paper today from Ziyue Huang, Steven Footitt and Bill Finch Savage at the University of Warwick’s Crop Centre.   Huang Z, Footitt S and Finch-Savage WE. The effect of temperature on reproduction...

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New resources on the GARNet website

21st Feb 2014

We have added a new Imaging Resources and Services page to our website. It lists five UK imaging facilities, which provide a number of services including electron microscopy, in vivo single molecule fluorescence imaging and two-photon microscopy. There are also two suggested resources for new users...

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Arabidopsis Research Round-up

19th Feb 2014

Three Plant Journal papers for you this week, involving researchers from the University of Birmingham, Glasgow University, and Royal Holloway.   Zamariola L, De Storme N, Vannerum K, Vandepoele K, Armstrong SJ, Franklin FCH and Geelene D. SHUGOSHINs and PATRONUS protect meiotic centromere...

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Arabidopsis Research Round-up

12th Feb 2014

This week’s Arabidopsis Round-up brings you a new paper from researchers at the John Innes Centre on the subject of the genetic control of floral development. Also, in case you didn’t see our news story last week, here’s another chance for you to check out the GARNet team’s new J. Exp. Bot....

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ph1: an Arabidopsis gene with big implications for wheat breeding

7th Feb 2014

Scientists lead by GARNet Advisory Committee member John Doonan at the BBSRC strategically-funded The Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences (IBERS) at Aberystwyth University have identified a protein that is essential for male fertility in plants that grow in high...

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