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🌻 TWiB March 28, 2022

The Week in Botany
Here’s another collection of links. The way I select them is I look at which stories are most people with the people following @BotanyOne on Twitter. It’s been a good week for New Phytologist this week, and I could easily have included more stories from them. To give a bit more variety, I’ve trimmed a few of them out, but there’s still a fair amount from them in this week.
As far as languages go, the languages we use for blog posts depends on what languages we receive a post in. This week we have our first German-language post. In the longer term, we are considering using DeepL for machine translation if there’s an interest in it. Your opinion is welcome, but whatever we decide is not likely to happen before the end of the year. In possibly related news, my Spanish is coming along slowly.
I’ll be back next week either an hour later or earlier next week as the clocks will change for me. Until then, take care.
Alun (webmaster@botany.one)

In Botany One
Ecologists learn how to increase thieving by bumblebees
What makes bees feel at home in the city?
Root water relations and drought tolerance
Plants Don't Want Their Children to Starve
Simulating mangrove light interception
News & Views
How climate change is turning once green Madagascar into a desert | Euronews
How do plants sense the world around them?
The rise of citational justice: how scholars are making references fairer
Where are Earth’s oldest trees? Far from prying eyes
Scientific Papers
The evidence contained in the P-value is context dependent
Townsendia lemhiensis (Asteraceae, Astereae): A narrowly endemic new species from Idaho, USA
Specification of leaf dorsiventrality via a prepatterned binary readout of a uniform auxin input
An engineered prime editor with enhanced editing efficiency in plants
Careers
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