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🌱TWiB October 18, 2021

The Week in Botany
I held on to the cold slightly longer than I would have liked. It means this week has been working around whatever symptom I had. It means that outside of work all the botany news I saw came from people following @BotanyOne on Twitter.
This week I’m hoping we’ll have some news on a nutrient that often gets overlooked. It also seems I’ll be spending some time reading about arctic plants as a few papers have caught my eye on arctic environments in Annals of Botany and beyond.
All things being well, I’ll be sharing links to those, as well as other things you’ve found interesting next week. Until then, take care.
Alun (

In Botany One
Flora Incognita shows high identification accuracy in Northern Europe
Seminal roots help maize grab nutrients
Allele mining could help improve forage grasses
Ready and prepared: climate change may favour the expansion of the invasive species Carpobrotus edulis
Next generation sequencing of Zanthoxylum leads to rethink of previous generations of Zanthoxylum
News & Views
New insight into photosynthesis could help grow more resilient plants
How to Apply for a Tenure-Track Faculty Job in Ecology
Academia’s ableist culture laid bare
Scientific Papers
Structural basis of microRNA processing by Dicer-like 1
Explainable machine learning models of major crop traits from satellite-monitored continent-wide field trial data
Genome evolution of the psammophyte Pugionium for desert adaptation and further speciation
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