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Alison Tidy

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https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3532-1782
Alison Tidy is a post-doc at Nottingham University, United Kingdom. Her research interests include pollen development and the environment in model and crop plants. You can find more of her research (previously publishing under Ferguson) under the ORCID ID: 0000-0002-3532-1782. You can find her on Twitter under the handle @ScienceAllyF.

Researching Pollen Illuminating the Invisible

For many people, pollen means nose itching and eyes watering - but it is so much more. It is the reason we have food on our plates, and flowers around us. When pollen forms abnormally or degenerates, it is unable to generate new life through the production of a seed. Many factors can affect pollen development, and this is what my research is about.

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