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Yara Sánchez-Corrales

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Yara E. Sanchez-Corrales is a plant scientist at the John Innes Centre, where she researches leaf development.

Pavement cells, a living puzzle

Este artículo también está disponible en español. Perhaps you enjoy solving jigsaw puzzles. Have you heard about living jigsaw puzzles? Imagine such a puzzle in...

Células en la epidermis de la hoja: un rompecabezas viviente

This article by Yara E. Sanchez-Corrales is also available in English. Quizá te gusta resolver rompecabezas. ¿Has escuchado alguna vez sobre rompecabezas vivientes? Imagina un...

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