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Monthly Archives: July, 2017

AoB PLANTS is seeking a PhD-level person to manage day-to-day journal operations

AoB PLANTS, an open-access journal published by Oxford University Press, is seeking a Managing Editor to assist with all aspects of journal operations. Established...

Allopolyploidy origins and genome structure of barley relatives

Unravelling relationships within Hordeum, one of the largest genera of the tribe Triticeae (Hordeae), is difficult, as many taxa, including most of the polyploids,...

The Week in Botany 7

Our weekly round-up of all things botanical. If you'd like to receive this as an email on a Monday, instead of waiting a week, you can sign up here.

一切都必须结束 Saturday Tweets from #IBC2017

All things must end, and the International Botanical Congress does today, but what have people been tweeting?

周五,周五,Friday Tweets from #IBC2017

We return to Shenzhen with more Tweets from the International Botanical Congress

Ecological range shift and polyploidy in Fosterella

Distribution of polyploidy along a relatively steep Andean elevation gradient is studied using the genus Fosterella (Bromeliaceae) as a model system. Paule et al....

International Botanical Congress #IBC2017 and the big picture from Shenzhen

Sometimes confusing & contradictory, but also energetic & innovative. Pat Heslop-Harrison looks for the key themes from the International Botanical Congress.

Snails living the high life

Nigel Chaffey finds a seasonal epiphyte with a head for heights.

不能阻止植物学家 Thursday Tweets from #IBC2017

We continue our curation of tweets from the International Botanical Congress with this selection from Thursday.

Genetic structure of Tamarix taklamakanensis

Tamarix taklamakanensis is an endangered shrub endemic to arid basins of northwestern China. In a new study published in AoB PLANTS Xiao et al....

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New grapevine model better predicts whole-canopy gas exchange

Models considering only the maximum photosynthetic capacity for all leaves over-estimated net carbon dioxide exchange by nearly a third.

Phylogeny, age and adaptive evolution of genus Allium

The genus Allium L., one of the largest monocotyledonous genera and one that includes many economically important crops with nutritional and medicinal...
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