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🌻 TWiB April 11, 2022

The Week in Botany
It’s been a busy week here, and it might be about to get busier. Botany One has switched from one webserver to a different host - which took longer to sort out than I anticipated.
Next week is going to be taken u with some trips to the doctor and some time off, so next week’s email might be a be shorter or later than usual. Until then, take care,
Alun (

In Botany One
Tips on how to apply for a science editor post at Botany One
Increased nutrients could help subarctic shrubs mitigate some of the stresses from a warmer environment
News & Views
Defeating late blight disease of potato in sub-Saharan Africa
Free computational labs for an undergraduate/graduate community ecology class
Global team of scientists determine 'fingerprint' for how much heat, drought is too much for forests
Many of These Plants Older Than Dinosaurs Face Extinction
Time to recognize authorship of open data
Scientific Papers
Autophagy promotes programmed cell death and corpse clearance in specific cell types of the Arabidopsis root cap
Global field observations of tree die-off reveal hotter-drought fingerprint for Earth’s forests
Elastic and collapsible: current understanding of cell walls in succulent plants
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