In brief March 2002

Brink, S, Chaffey, N and Stokes, T (2002) In brief March 2002. Trends in Plant Science, 7 (3). pp. 100-102. ISSN 1360-1385

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News and comment section with contributions by Susanne Brink, Nigel Chaffey and Trevor Stokes. Chaffey's entries are as follows: An aspirin a day keeps plant disease away? / Medic(al) work over a barrel? / Silencing of another kind / Concentrate, it’s C4 photosynthesis / Transgenic trees and mycorrhiza / Africa, big canvas, big picture / Beneficial gene silencing / Plant scientists in the film industry.

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Keywords: bumblebee, biodiversity, populations, farmland C3 photosynthesis, C4 photosynthesis, Kranz anatomy, redwood, California, sudden oak disease, fungus genetic engineering, introgression, maize, Australia, forest fire, eucalypt, World Heritage site, hybrid aspen, mycorrhiza, trees, Norman Simmonds, banana, tropical crops, applied genetics, cotton, jasmonic acid, salicylic acid, lady slipper, extinction, micro-propagation, Kew Gardens, insectivorous plants, Nepenthes, termites, cytokinin, hormones, shoot, regeneration, crown gall disease, disease resistance, gene silencing, pitcher plant, termites, specialization, strategy, bacterial infection, biofilms, furanones, lawsuit, genetically engineered, organic farmers, Canada, food wrapping, kiwi-fruit, shelf life, China, GM, policy, labeling, barrel medic, legumes, nitrogen fixation, food safety, US government, database, policy, grasslands, insects, low-input agriculture
Divisions: College of Liberal Arts
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