New Phytologist next generation scientists 2017

In a guest post for the New Phyt blog, Plant epigeneticist Matthias Benoit sums up his experience of the New Phytologist next generation scientists 2017 meeting. Check out the website for the latest updates from the meeting. Set in the world-class John Innes Conference Centre (JIC) in Norwich, UK, New Phytologist next generation scientists 2017 (#NPNextGen on Twitter), held ...
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The New Phytologist Trust at the 19th International Botanical Congress, Shenzhen, China, July 2017

Some of the New Phytologist Trust team, including Editors, Trustees, and Central office staff recently attended the 19th International Botanical Congress in Shenzhen, China. The congress was a very lively event and we were able to meet many contributors to the journal at our exhibition booth. Many thanks to all of delegates that stopped by! The New Phytologist Trust ...
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The evolution of plant evodevo research

Ask a biologist whether the chicken or the egg came first and you’ll probably be lectured on the basics of evolution, hearing how a not-quite-chicken laid an egg containing a mutant (the chicken) with advantageous developmental differences that were passed on to the next generation. This is a simplified example of evolutionary developmental biology (evodevo), the study of the e...
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