Plant epigenetics: from mechanisms to ecological relevance

In a guest post for the New Phyt blog, winner of the 40th New Phytologist Symposium poster prize, Sofia van Moorsel, describes the highlights of the Symposium. Find out more about Sofia's poster here. The 40th New Phytologist Symposium on Plant epigenetics: from mechanisms to ecological relevance was held in Vienna from 12–15 September 2017. It started in a very promising wa...
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Mum is always right: Environmental effects on plant biology across generations

This guest post is reposted from Gabriela Auge’s original post, with permission. Read Gabriela’s Tansley insight: Adjusting phenotypes via within- and across-generational plasticity. Living organisms change their behaviour in response to their environment. But they can also change their behaviour because of the environment that their mothers experienced. Plants perceive seas...
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