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đŸŒ» TWiB August 8, 2022

The Week in Botany
Here’s another collection of the links shared by people following us on Twitter. That last proviso, following us on Twitter, means I can miss things. and Jim Shugg kindly pointed to an interesting tweet thread about last week’s story on a gene that can improve rice yield. Merritt Khaipho-Burch points out there are a few problems with the paper.
I’m finishing the week in a good mood as next week you’ll be able to read about an interesting paper that could have implications for your garden, if you have one. That will be out on Botany One some time on Monday and mentioned here when I send the email at the usual time next week. With the usual assumption that COVID or heatstroke doesn’t strike.
Until then, take care.
Alun (

In Botany One
An orchid gives assistance, forests reduced persistence, and weeds’ electrical resistance
Unexpected responses to wildfire by seedlings in the Yukon
For fans of fungi – The magic of mushrooms
News & Views
This Pushy Plant Is the First Proved to Shove Its Neighbor
The rebellious gardeners defying their local climate
The Idea That Trees Talk to Cooperate Is Misleading
Africa in bloom: the key to fighting plant disease
Six tips for better spreadsheets
How to plant micro forests in Los Angeles
Understanding cooperation and conflict in plant symbionts
Scientific Papers
Phosphatidylinositol-4-phosphate controls autophagosome formation in Arabidopsis thaliana
The receptor kinase SRF3 coordinates iron-level and flagellin dependent defense and growth responses in plants
ï»żA monograph of the genus Polylepis (Rosaceae)
Speed vernalization to accelerate generation advance in winter cereal crops
A lncRNA fine-tunes salicylic acid biosynthesis to balance plant immunity and growth
Repeat-based holocentromeres influence genome architecture and karyotype evolution
A root phloem pole cell atlas reveals common transcriptional states in protophloem-adjacent cells
Faculty Positions in Computational Genomics and Evolutionary Genomics
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