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Dr. Elena Ramirez-Parra and Dr. Juan Carlos del Pozo, researchers at the Centro de Biotecnología y Genómica de Plantas (CBGP), have analyzed molecular mechanisms underlying drought and salt tolerance in autopolyploid plants. The results were recently published in the journal Plant Cell & Environment.
A new book, co-authored by Mark Wilkinson, describes the emergent scientific discipline of "Health Web Science". The book documents the changes in the structure and technologies within the Web, that result from the Web's increasing importance as a tool for biological and medical research and practice.
Researchers at the CBGP have characterized two homologous proteins with a central role in the control of flowering time, a developmental process with a direct impact on crop yield. These two proteins are plant specific regulators of gene expression that control master genes of flowering. The mechanism is described in an article published in The Plant Cell.
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