How does the optimality of photosynthetic resource distribution relative to light availability vary across a wheat population?
There is great potential for further utilizing the global genetic diversity to advance the common good.
Pat Heslop-Harrison (with collaborators listed below) examines why it’s not just humans that need better crops.
There were many great articles concerning cross-disciplinary research at the interface between plant biology, mathematics and computer science before the launch in silico Plants (isP). We are excited for isP to be home to these types of articles in the future.
How fast does wheat need to be? You might look for taste and texture in a loaf, but why would anyone care about speed?
A study of common bean genotypes, with variable degrees of N2-fixation tolerance to water stress, finds variable accumulation of ureides in their leaves.