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🌻 TWiB July 4, 2022

The Week in Botany
The news this week has been dominated by the Supreme Court Rulings from the USA. It’s a reminder that more people that can discuss science is something that benefits all society.
I’m hoping to pick up the productivity shortly, as our two new editors should be starting soon. I’ve also picked up a story that I’m pretty excited about. The science I get most excited about is the stuff that I could have done myself - if I’d been clever enough to think of the idea.
I don’t think that will be ready to come out next week, so at the moment I’ve no idea what I’ll be sending out in the newsletter. However, unless COVID strikes, it’ll be with you at the same time next week. Until then, take care.
Alun (

News & Views
Rare plant species found in western Himalayan region for first time
Boosting sustainability in insurance by harnessing the value of mangrove forests
DroneSeed uses swarms of drones to reseed forests after devastating wildfires
The Many Uses of CRISPR: Scientists Tell All
New map of ancient trees an opportunity for conservation
A drought-induced lawn removal made him a California native plant fanatic
Climate Change Is Shifting How Plants Evolve. Seed Banks May Have to Adapt, Too
Scientific Papers
Increasing the resilience of plant immunity to a warming climate | Nature
Long-term woodland restoration on lowland farmland through passive rewilding (2021)
Reactive oxygen species signalling in plant stress responses
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