🌻 TWiB May 16, 2022



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This week’s collection of the top links shared by people following @BotanyOne on Twitter has been edited between cat naps. I need to remember to double the time budget of any project, as dealing with the translation management software has taken more time than I expected, but I’m happy it’s making progress. Instead of getting to bed early, I also stopped up for the Eurovision Song Contest. Congratulations to Ukraine, I think that was the right result. I am now so tired I can’t remember what word I wanted to use instead of tired.
Some people who might also be tired after a lot of work are the production office at the BSA. They have a new special issue out on Methodologies in gametophyte biology. It’s rare that I see something in scifi as weird as the alternation of generations in plants.
There should be another issue with you at the same time next week, assuming I’m not even more exhausted. I knew I’d remember the word eventually.
Alun (webmaster@botany.one)

News & Views
The boy genius of botany Elvin McDonald prepares for another garden season at 85
Landrace Conservation Offers Hope in Race to Collect Crop Diversity
Prominent researchers urge Ottawa to increase top science scholarships above poverty line
Dr Sandra Knapp, President of the Linnean Society, elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society
How the No Mow May environmental movement spread
Plants grow in lunar soil brought to Earth by Apollo astronauts
Thailand Is Easing Weed Laws and Giving Away Cannabis Plants
State-of-the-art tree health laboratory opens to help protect UK forests
Scientific Papers
The flying spider-monkey tree fern genome provides insights into fern evolution and arborescence
Mesophyll conductance is unaffected by expression of Arabidopsis PIP1 aquaporins in the plasmalemma of Nicotiana
What is the age of flowering plants?
Structural basis of NPR1 in activating plant immunity
Agrobacterium expressing a type III secretion system delivers Pseudomonas effectors into plant cells to enhance transformation
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