Join Quantitative Plant Biology for a journal club series digging into the latest impactful research submitted to the journal with the authors.
Covering plant science subjects across all biological scales and from a wide range of sources, this journal club aims to open the debate for important questions, amongst which:‘How does quantitative biology help to uncover hidden plant features?
Take part in these short and essential webinars to enrich your research and take this opportunity to chat with experts in the field of quantitative plant science. Each webinar will include a short presentation from the author, followed by a discussion session with the audience.
All registered delegates will receive a link to watch on-demand if they’re unable to tune in for the live session for a time-period.
Speakers and registration
- Tuesday 29 June – 11am (GMT) – Professor Richard Morris – ‘Comparative transcriptomics reveals desynchronisation of gene expression during the floral transition between Arabidopsis and Brassica rapa cultivars’
- Wednesday 7 July – 1pm (BST) – Marco Saltini – ‘A plausible mechanism for longitudinal lock-in of the plant cortical microtubule array after light-induced reorientation’
Recordings of previous Journal Clubs
- Minako Udea – ‘Mitochondrial dynamics and segregation during the asymmetric division of Arabidopsis zygotes‘
- Satoru Tsugawa – ‘A mathematical model explores the contributions of bending and stretching forces to shoot gravitropism in Arabidopsis‘
- Gerrit Beemster – ‘leafkin—An R package for automated kinematic data analysis of monocot leaves‘
- Boon Leong LIM – ‘A trio of two organelles‘
- Yosapol Harnvanichvech – ‘The Arabidopsis embryo as a quantifiable model for studying pattern formation‘