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Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Sarah Shailes

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http://plantscientist.wordpress.com
Sarah Shailes is currently studying the legume family of plants (e.g. peas, beans) and their interactions with rhizobia at the John Innes Centre, UK. She has recently set up her own weblog Plant Scientist.

Making waves at the Plant Calcium Signalling Meeting

Calcium ions (Ca2+) are important signal molecules to relay information around, and between cells. In plants, calcium signals are involved in many processes including...

Taking the Myc: evolution of the legume-rhizobia symbiosis

The legume family of plants can form a symbiosis with nitrogen-fixing bacteria known as rhizobia. In return for a supply of nitrogen compounds the...

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