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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.

GARNet Research Roundup: September 13th 2018

13th Sep 2018

The latest GARNet Research Roundup includes two papers led by Cyril Zipfel from The Sainsbury lab, Norwich (who has since moved his lab to the University of Zurich). The first paper demonstrates the potential for cross-species strategies for developing disease resistance whilst the second is a...

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GARNet Research Roundup: August 22nd 2018

22nd Aug 2018

This week’s GARNet research roundup highlights outstanding science from across the UK. First are a group of three papers led by researchers in Cambridge and Bristol that investigate the role of either sugar or calcium signaling on control of the plant circadian clock. Secondly is work from Durham...

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GARNet Research Roundup: August 10th 2018

10th Aug 2018

There are three papers in this week’s GARNet research roundup. The first paper is led by Jill Harrison's lab in Bristol and she also provides an audio description of this work that has characterised a role for CLAVATA genes in the transition from 2D to 3D plant growth. The second paper from Ian...

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GARNet Research Roundup: July 26th 2018

26th Jul 2018

This GARNet research roundup includes papers that feature a number of different research areas. Firstly is work from Glasgow that investigates the photoactivation of the UVR8 light receptor. Second is work from the University of Cambridge that links the activity of the BIG protein to the circadian...

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GARNet Research Roundup

16th Jul 2018

This week’s GARNet research roundup begins with a set of papers looking at aspects of the plant defence response with a focus on the cell wall. Firstly work from Mike Deeks’ lab in Exeter assesses the role of FORMIN4 during pre-invasion cell wall apposition. Secondly Sara Pose and Paul Knox...

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Vector Borne Diseases in the UK

12th Jul 2018

GARNet is pleased to support the upcoming meeting on 'Vector Borne Diseases in the UK' by having available both travel funds as well as free registrations. These are available for early career researchers who work on an aspect of plant science. This event is being held at the John Innes Centre from...

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