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🌱 TWiB July 26, 2021

The Week in Botany
Here comes another collection of the stories shared by people following @BotanyOne on Twitter. Over the next few weeks, we’re hoping to include some of the stories shared recently at the major conferences recently in the blog. They’ve been stuffed full of interesting talks, so it might take a while to catch up with them all.
The next conference we’ll have someone at is the virtual Ecology 2021 conference, where you can say hello to Juniper. In theory, we should start making plans for attending physical conferences. I don’t expect to be attending large conferences for a while yet, as I’m based in the UK.
If you are travelling soon or staying at home, stay safe. I’ll be back with more of the stories you’re sharing next week.
Alun (webmaster@botany.one)

In Botany One
Identifying biomarkers for low phosphorus tolerance in soybean
Rising sea levels influence a battle to beat the shade in plants
A conifer study reveals how a changing climate could make commercial forestry more complicated
Range expansion of Galinsoga quadriradiata into the mountains of China
A healthy sunflower diet can help domesticated bumblebees avoid infection
News & Views
Invasive plants were too much for humans to handle in an NYC park. Enter the goats.
Protecting forests slows climate change more than mass-planting trees
Peatlands worldwide are drying out, threatening to release 860 million tonnes of carbon dioxide every year
Blushing plants reveal when fungi are growing in their roots | University of Cambridge
Filipino farmers get approval to grow nutritious Golden Rice - Alliance for Science
Scientific Papers
Ethical considerations of urban ecological design and planning experiments
Drivers of seedling establishment success in dryland restoration efforts | Nature Ecology & Evolution
Careers
Assistant/Associate Professor in College Park, MD for University of Maryland
Three Postdoctoral Research on Genomics of Pollen Thermotolerance in Winston Salem, NC for Wake Forest University, Brown University, University of Arizona
Plant Biochemistry Postdoctoral Scholar in Emeryville, CA for Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
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