This weeks GARNet research roundup features four papers that include
Malcolm Bennett (University of Nottingham) as an author. The first three
are linked manuscripts that investigate the role of auxin on root hair
development that is controlled by varying phosphate levels. Ranjan
Swarup provides an audio summary of two of these papers on the GARNet
YouTube and podcast feeds.
The fourth paper from Nottingham is a collaboration with GARNet PI Jim
Murray (Cardiff University) that characterises the STM gene network and
its influence on meristem development.
The fifth paper from the lab of Paul Dupree in Cambridge characterises
the stem transcriptome whilst the next paper from George Bassel
(University of Birmingham) identifies a bet-hedging network that
influences seed germination. The final paper features Seth Davies
(University of York) as a co-author and investigates the impact of
changes in circadian rhythms on short architecture.
More details can be found here: