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Development presents… December webinar on plant development

Posted by , on 30 November 2020

Videos of the talks and Q&As can now be found here!

 

 

We’re happy to confirm the next in our Development presents… webinar series will be chaired by our Editor Yrjö Helariutta (Sainsbury Laboratory, University of Cambridge / Institute of Biotecnology, University of Helsinki) and features three talks on various aspects of plant development.

 

Wednesday 2 December 2020 – 10:00 GMT

 

Marta Mendes (from Lucia Colombo’s lab at the University of Milan)

‘The RNA dependent DNA methylation pathway is required to restrict SPOROCYTELESS/NOZZLE expression to specify a single female germ cell precursor in Arabidopsis’

 

Krisztina Ötvös (from Eva Benková’s lab at IST Austria)

‘Modulation of root growth by nutrient-defined fine-tuning of polar auxin transport’

 

Kenji Nagata (from Mitsutomo Abe’s lab at the University of Tokyo)

‘Ceramides mediate positional signals in Arabidopsis thaliana protoderm differentiation’

 


To register for the event, go to

https://virtual.biologists.com/e/development-presents-2/register

 

The webinar will be held in Remo, our browser-based conferencing platform – after the talks you’ll have the chance to meet the speakers and other participants at virtual conference tables. If you can’t make it on the day, talks will be available to watch for a couple of weeks after the event (look out for details on the Node).

 

For more information about what to expect in Remo, go to

thenode.biologists.com/devpres/


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