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🌱TWiB September 27, 2021

The Week in Botany
Here comes another collection of stories shared by people following @BotanyOne on Twitter. One of the advantages of seeing what other people are sharing is picking up things you would otherwise miss, and I’ll admit Notes from the Physics Lab is not on my list of weekly reads. But the post on how to create a literature review could be relevant to many people beyond physics.
On my work list for next week will be catching up on producing some audio versions of posts that didn’t get the audio files. You can listen to the files we produce on the web pages of the posts, on Spotify and on other podcatchers by adding https://anchor.fm/s/49a2320/podcast/rss as the source. I’m trying to get Apple to list the files as a podcast, but this is slow.
There should be another issue with you next week, until then take care.
Alun (webmaster@botany.one)

In Botany One
Navigating your way to a graduate program in the U.S. as a student from an underrepresented minority
Plant breeding systems on the remote oceanic island of Pohnpei
The Brazilian savanna at risk because of the combination of disturbances
Resolving interactions between plant structure and function
Botany provides a tool for defeating art fraud
Foliar nutrient allocation patterns in Banksia attenuata and B. sessilis
News & Views
Protect the Okefenokee, an American Treasure
See some winners of the 2021 Nikon Small World photography contest | Science News
Doing a literature review using digital tools (with Notion template)
‘America’s Oldest Park Ranger’ Is Only Her Latest Chapter - The New York Times
We can now bioengineer catnip instead of extracting it from plants
Scientific Papers
Transposition and duplication of MADS-domain transcription factor genes in annual and perennial Arabis species modulates flowering
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