This edition of the GARNet research roundup begins with an analysis of
the CELLULOSE SYNTHASE COMPLEX led by Simon Turner in Manchester.
Next are two papers from Ian Henderson at Cambridge who, in
collaboration with Rob Martienssen in the USA, has investigated the
epigenetic factors that control meiotic recombination.
Third and fourth are two papers led by Hugh Nimmo (Glasgow) who is
researching alternative splicing of the LATE ELONGATED HYPOCOTYL
Marc Vendrell and Karl Oparka at the University of Edinburgh are
co-authors in the next paper that investigates the binding specificity
of the AtSUC2 protein.
The seventh paper includes David Salt (Nottingham) as a co-author in an
investigation in the plants response to zinc.
The final three papers are methods papers on gravitropism, ChIP-Seq and
calcium sensing from Nottingham University, SLCU and the John Innes